Family Resource Directory
211 info connects people with social service organizations, including housing assistance, food, childcare, healthcare and much more.
211 or text your zip code to 898221
Relay Resources has a variety of affordable housing openings. Some involve waitlists, while others do not. Sign up for email updates.
Self Care for individuals who are Black, Brown, Indigenous and people of color. We recognize that many mental health conditions are being triggered as a result of the pandemic, the economic crisis, and repeated racist incidents and deaths. Learn more about mental health conditions including anxiety disorders, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Resources focused on serving Latinx & Hispanic, Black & African American, Asian American, Pacific Islander & Native Hawaiian, Indigenous & Native American, Russian, Jewish, Immigrant & Refugee, and LGBTQIA+ communities.
A list of services and providers for trans and non-binary and LGBTQ2SIA+ community members
Get support and resources. Everyone deserves a life free from domestic and sexual violence.
503-253-5333 or 1-888-235-5333
Urgent Walk-In Clinic 7AM-10:30PM
Assistance is available for rent payment and utilities
Knowing you have COVID-19 is important so you take care of yourself and prevent spreading the virus to others. Call 503-988-8939 for an appointment at a community testing site or for more information
Find food pantries, sign up for SNAP (formally food stamps) WIC (Nutrition program for Women, Infants and Children) or Aging and Disability Services
Portland Therapy Center is a directory of Portland metro area mental health professionals. Search by insurance, service and speciality.
This team has therapists of Color (African American, African-Immigrant, and Latinx) who will focus on supporting and uplifting the mental health of community members impacted by violence.
An emotional support and resource referral line that can assist anyone who is struggling and seeking support. Callers do not need to be in crisis.
YouthLine is a 24/7, free, confidential teen crisis helpline. Teens are available daily from 4-10pm PST (adults are available by phone at all other times)
877-968-8491 or text "teen2teen" to 839863
Seek help by calling the Mental Health Call Center. The team of mental health professionals is prepared to help anyone experiencing mental health issues at any time, in any language.
Safe housing is important for everyone. Find out more about shelters and transitional housing.
Find resources to prepare and find a job, including studying for your Food Handlers card and volunteer opportunities
Comprehensive primary and mental health care services to all Multnomah County youth ages 5-18. There are no out-of-pocket costs.
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Trauma and Violence Impacted Family Program: This program accepts referral form connecting youth to identified prevention and intervention resources including targeted wraparound services for individuals impacted by community violence.
The Oregon Food Bank is available to help you and your family find food assistance. Search for a food pantry or pick-up site near you.
The Oregon Youth Resource Map is designed to help young people ages 16-25 and their allies connect to youth-serving resources, organizations and leadership opportunities. The map centers youth needs and voices, and includes services for health and mental healthcare, housing, education, and more.
Confidential Advocates Available. Offers immediate safety and a wide range of supportive services for survivors, while working to create lasting change through prevention education.
Parent to Parent Support Team where you will find a place that feels hopeful. 24-7 with Interpretation
SLOs build relationships with youth and their families with specific goals in mind: to reduce conflict and violence, to support and assist youth and their families in accessing social and educational services, while providing services as a mentor, life coach, positive role model, advocate, and mediator. SLO workers also attend and support school staff, admin, and athletic department at school events and activities.
The National Grief Center for Children & Families
Crisis Line for LGBTQIA+ Youth
1-866-488-7386 or text "START" to 678678
Oregon Department of Justice Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division (CVSSD) connects many different programs with a single goal: to serve victims effectively and compassionately. They fund statewide victim service programs, help victims cover crime-related costs, and through advisory committees and partnerships, help shape best practices statewide and bring a diverse collection of voices to the issue of victims’ rights.
The PPS Virtual Calming Room was designed to assist students in locating different strategies and tools for managing their emotions. We hope these tools will provide helpful outlets and practices for when life gets tough.
Provides long-term, post-crisis support designed to prevent victims from having to return to an abusive home.