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.
Urgent Walk-in Clinic
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
Below you will find a link to resources to find counseling services and links to local counseling providers. PPS does not guarantee the providers below have space, will be a good fit for you and your family, or accept any/all health insurance. We encourage everyone to vet these providers to ensure they are able to meet their specific needs.
Find various kinds of providers based on search terms you enter:
Mental Health Apps
Meet imi (eye-me) A free, research-backed, mental health web app developed by Hopelab in partnership with 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.