• Community Resources

    Sometimes we need a little help navigating coming out, being a caregiver to an LGBTQ2SIA+ youth, or finding community. Below are some local and national resources for social groups, parent support groups, as well as suicide and crisis resources. Check back regularly for updates to the list of providers.

  • Click on the photos below to get more information about the services provided by each resource including: hours of operation, phone numbers, text line, chatroom etc. 

    Suicide Hotlines

    We are here to listen in white writing on blue background with Multnomah county logo in lower left corner      RED Nacional Prevention del suicidio 1 888 628 9454      National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1800 273 8255       

    TransLifeLine Two people hugging. speech bubble: No matter what happens, we're here on a blue background with yellow stars       The Trevor Project in white with a white star in the top right corner on an orange rectangle

    Youth Line A service of lines for life in white writing on a blue rectangle background      


    Urgent Walk-in Clinic


    Cascadia Whole Healthcare with green and blue logo to the left

    The walk-in clinic at Cascadia is open 7 days a week and "serves all individuals in Multnomah County regardless of insurance, income, or age."


    Mon - Fri 7AM - 10:30PM & Sat - Sun 9AM - 9PM


    4212 SE Division St, Suite 100,

    Portland, OR 97206


    Sexual Assault & Dating Violence 

    Confidential Advocacy in white writing. Logos for the partners orgs: PPS, Raphael House, and Volunteers of America Oregon      Love is respect in blue and yellow with a blue underline and yellow period

     Light blue squat with a magenta square inside and National Domestic Violence Hotline at the bottom left corner in black writi     RAINN in capitalized blue letters     

    SARC- sexual assault Resource Center in sage green letters    Strong Hearts Native Helpline in white writing with a white title outline to the left on a purple background     

    Volunteers of America       


    Counseling Services

    Brave Space LLC in black text with yellow fade to green stripe on top and bottom       Portland Therapy Center in dark blue fade to teal text on a light blue background      Wolf Pack Consulting and Therapeutic Services, LLC with a tree and adult and baby wolf howling in front of a tree



    Mental Health Apps


    Welcome to imi, guides built for LGBTQ+ teen to help you explore your identity and support your mental health

    It Get's Better Project

    Meet imi (eye-me), a free, research-backed, mental health web app developed by Hopelab in partnership with the It Gets Better Project, CenterLink, and hundreds of LGBTQ+ youth. It's a tool for LGBTQ+ teens, by LGBTQ+ teens and their allies to help LGBTQ+ young people explore their identity and support their mental health. 


Britt Bieberich (They/Them)
LGBTQ2SIA+ Program Manager
503-916-3954 x63954