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Resource Guide

Primary Care Resources


503-222-5555 or 866-698-6155 (toll free)
Additional info: Dial 211 or Text your zip code to 898211
Visit • Email
Additional info: Free guidance and information about health and social services in your area. 211 Info is a statewide information and referral service for anything public health related in Oregon or Washington

Portland Metro (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington Counties):


NARA Indian Health Clinics  | 503-230-9875
15 N. Morris St.
Additional info: No cost with tribal ID, low cost without tribal ID


National College of Natural Medicine Clinic
3025 SW Corbett Ave.
Additional Info: Naturopathic and Chinese Medicine Clinics throughout Portland area


Outside In | 503-535-3860
1132 SW 13th Ave.
Additional info: Serve patients under age 25 and homeless, and patients with OHP / Medicare (all ages).


Old Town Clinic | 503-228-4533
727 W. Burnside
Additional info: Insured patients only; appointments recommended, walk-in availability limited


Wallace Medical Concern
wallacemedical.org503-489-1760 ext. 28
Downtown: 33 NW Broadway, Portland
Rockwood: 124 NE 181st Ave, Suite 120, Portland
Mobile Medical Clinic: Throughout Portland and Gresham, call for locations



Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinics | 503-472-1338
McMinnville: 115 NE May Lane


La Clínica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
1495 Liberty NE, Salem
Additional Info: No insurance accepted; Cash only; Naturopathic care

Vancouver and SW Washington


Clinica de Salud Familiar – Vancouver’s Family Clinic | 360-576-4140
9102 NE Hwy 99, Vacouver
Additional info: No insurance accepted, cash or credit card only


Sea Mar Community Health Centers / Clinica de la Comunidad
Vancouver: 7410 E. Delaware Lane, Upper Level, Vancouver | 360-566-4402
Vancouver: 1601 E Fourth Plain Blvd, 3rd Floor, Vancouver | 360-852-9070
Additional Info: Provide proof of income for discounts

Central Oregon


Mosaic Medical 
Bend Clinic: 409 NE Greenwood Ave | 541-383-3005
Prineville Clinic: 375 NW Beaver St., Suite 101 | 541-447-0707
Madras Clinic: 910 SW Hwy 97, Suite 101 | 541-475-7800


Volunteers in Medicine: Clinic of the Cascades | 541-330-9001
2300 NE Neff Rd.
Additional Info: No cost, volunteer run clinic serving uninsured adults ages 19-64 in Deschutes County. Call for eligibility screening.

Pregnancy Options & Resources

Pregnancy Testing and Counseling


Backline: Pregnancy, Parenting, Abortion, Adoption Options Counseling | 888-493-0092
Backline promotes unconditional and judgment-free support for the full spectrum of decisions, feelings and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, adoption and abortion. Over-the-phone counseling only.

Exhale  | 866-4-EXHALE


PPCW |  1-888-576-PLAN
Free pregnancy tests with options counseling

Prenatal Care

WIC . | 1-800-723-3638
Additional info: WIC provides supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

Oregon Mothers Care Program
Additional info: Low or no cost, assistance applying for Oregon Health Plan, Prenatal education

Adoption Services

Boys and Girls Aid Society  |
Portland: 18 SW Boundary Ct | 503-542-2301,  877-932-2734 (24 hours)
Text: 503-862-8108  (Text the word “ASKME”)
Additional info: All options counseling, legal advice,  peer support, free of cost services, foster youth services. Serves clients in Oregon and Washington. Interpretation services available

Open Adoption and Family Services
Portland: 5200 SW Macadam; Suite 250 | 503-226-4870
Eugene: 315 W 10th Ave | 541-343-4825
Toll Free / 24 hours: 1-800-772-1115 (English)  1-800-985-6763 (Spanish)
Text: 971-266-0924  (Text the word “Open” Mon-Fri 9-5)
Additional info: All-options pregnancy counseling for women and couples. Open adoption planning. Services free to expectant parents. Serves clients in Oregon and Washington.


Adolescent Care and Services


211info | 503-222-5555 or 866-698-6155 (toll free)
Additional info: Dial 211 or Text your zip code to 898211 • Visit • Email
Free guidance and information about health and social services in your area. 211 Info is a statewide information and referral service for anything public health related in Oregon or Washington


Call to Safety (Formerly: Portland Women’s Crisis Line) 503-253-5333
24 hour resources and support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence


Human Trafficking Hotline 888-373-7888
24/7 hotline for persons being forced or coerced to work


National Runaway Safe Line 800-Runaway (1-800-786-2929) 24 hours a day
Call if you are a teenager who is thinking of running away from home, if you have a friend who has run and is looking for help, or if you are a runaway ready to go home. The Center will contact Greyhound to arrange FREE travel home for youth ages 12-20.


National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8225 24 hours a day
Confidential suicide prevention services available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.


YouthLine 877-968-8491 24 hours a day
Additional info: A peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. While the line is answered 24/7, it is staffed by teens every day from 4pm to 10 pm. Texting service is available by sending teen2teen to 839863 between 4pm and 10pm. Online chat is available at

Portland Metro (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington Counties):


Children’s Community Clinic | 503-284-5239
27 NE Killingsworth Street
Additional info: Ages newborn to 21.


Crisis Intervention: If you are homeless and under the age of 25 needing shelter, safety off the streets, or other crisis services, please contact 503-432-3986, 24 hours a day.


Janus Youth Programs
Portland:1635 SW Alder Street   503-432-3986  24 hours a day
Additional info: Contact if you are homeless and under the age of 25, needing shelter, safety off the streets, or other crisis services. Provides crisis services, basic needs services, shelter, and engagement opportunities for people ages 15-23 years


Native American Youth & Family Center
5135 NE Columbia Blvd. | 503-288-8177
Additional info: Focuses services and supports for youth ages 15-23 years. Crisis services, basic needs services, shelter, and engagement opportunities.


New Avenues for Youth
820 SW Oak Street | 503-224-4339
1220 SW Columbia Blvd. | 503-224-4339
Additional info: Focuses services and supports for youth ages 15-23 years. Crisis services, basic needs services, shelter, and engagement opportunities, Alternative School, Late night Drop In: meals, activities, and outreach to hard to reach youth, Transitional Housing and Independent Living, Alcohol/Drug & Mental Health Services.


Outside In
1132 SW 13th Avenue | 503-223-4121
Additional info: Focuses services and supports for youth ages 15-23 years. Crisis services, basic needs services, shelter, and engagement opportunities, Employment Resource Center, Transitional Housing and Independent Living, Alcohol/Drug & Mental Health Services, Medical Clinic & Trans Resource Center, Tattoo removal, and Educational services.

Vancouver and SW Washington


Clark County Crisis Line 800-626-8137
24/7 crisis line for support and referrals


YWCA Clark County 800-695-0167
24/7 crisis intervention, shelter and services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and prostitution.


Mental Health Providers
Clark County Crisis Line (24 hours) | 800-626-8137
24/7 crisis line for support and referrals


Columbia River Mental Health
6926 E. Fourth Plain Boulevard | 306-993-3000


Sea Mar Community Health Centers
Vancouver Behavioral Health Child & Family Services
11801 NE 65th St, Suite A | 360-558-5790


Vancouver Behavioral Health Center
5501 NE 109th Court, Suite A1 | 360-566-4432


Children’s Home Society | 360-695-1325
Vancouver: 309 W 12th St, Vancouver
East County: 1702 C Street, Washougal
Woodland: 1924 Belmont Loop, Woodland


Triple Point
1112 Columbia Street | 360-334-5560
LGBTQ Youth Program, including counseling services


YWCA Clark County 800-695-0167
Additional Info: 24/7 crisis intervention, shelter and services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and prostitution.


Daybreak Youth Services | 888-454-5506
Vancouver Intake:  2924 Falk Road | 360-750-9588


Lifeline Connections | 360-397-8246
Vancouver: 1601 East Fourth Plain Blvd., Bldg #17, Ste. A212
Vancouver: 11719 NE 95th Street, Suite A
Camas: 329 NE Lechner Street


Central Oregon


Volunteers in Medicine (low-income/uninsured)
2300 NE Neff Road | 541-330-9001


Crisis Intervention Text CTL to 741741
CTL Hotline – Crisis Text Line serves young people in any type of crisis, providing them access to free, 24/7 emotional support and information via text. A teen texts into CTL anywhere, anytime. A live, trained specialist receives the text and responds quickly. The specialist helps with effective, secure counseling and referrals via text message.
Email: info@crisistextline.or
Deschutes County Crisis Line 541-322-7500 or -800-875-7364


Kids Center – Child Abuse Intervention
1375 NW Kingston Ave. | 541-383-5958


Saving Grace Domestic Violence Shelter
541-389-7021 24 hours a day |


Cascade Youth & Family Center – (CYFC)
Bend: 2125 N.E. Daggett Lane Bend | 800-660-0934 24 hours a day
Additional Info: Focuses on prevention, intervention, and crisis services for adolescents and their families. Provide temporary housing.


The Loft – Living Options for Teens
19 SW Century Drive | 541-318-3436


Family Advocacy Network (FAN)
2125 NE Daggett Lane | 541-693-5675
Additional Info: FAN advocates are located in all public schools in Deschutes County and serve families living in poverty with children ages 0-18. Advocates work hand in hand with families to connect them to food, shelter, clothing, heating, school supplies, health services, or whatever the need. Advocates are knowledgeable about community resources available, as well as state and federal programs and in constant contact with local providers.
Jericho Road
Email: redmondjerichoroad@yahoo,com
Additional Info: Transitional housing and mentoring to homeless families as well as meals for those in need.


Addiction Treatment Providers
Rimrock Trails Adolescent Treatment Services | 541-316-2041
Additional Info: Provides substance abuse, addiction treatment for youth ages 12 – 17.

BestCare Treatment
Redmond: 1514 SW Highland Avenue | 541-316-2041
Additional Info: Detox, residential or outpatient substance abuse treatment.



Salem Free Clinic
1300 Broadway Ave NE #104, Salem | 503-990-8772
Additional Info: Provide free care to uninsured patients who are sick, or need help with medication management with chronic health conditions. They do NOT see patients who qualify for OHP or Medicare.

Dental & Vision


Boys & Girls Club Health & Dental Services Center
1395 Summer St. NE, Salem | 503-581-7383
Dental & Vision services for youth in grades 1-12.
Additional information: Provides free dental and vision care after youth pay their $5 annual club membership fee.


O.S.T. (Health, Outreach, Shelter, Transitions)
1143 Liberty St NE | 503-588-5825 or 503-361-0380
Additional info: Open 24 hours. Crisis intervention, shelter, meals and laundry, and basic needs services for people ages 16 to 24.


HOME Youth and Resource Center
625 Union Sr. NE, Salem
Additional info: Free services for people ages 11 through 17 years, 18 if still in school. Assistance with looking for a job, help with family & friends, tutoring, bus transportation and basic Life Skills. Gives referrals to doctors, overnight shelters, and mental health providers.


Center for Hope and Safety Hotline (24 hour hotline)
503-399-7722 or 866-399-7722
Additional info: Crisis counseling, community referrals, and in-person support to sexual assault survivors and their loved ones.


Northwest Human Services Crisis & Information Hotline
503-581-5535 or 1-800-560-5535
Additional info: Crisis intervention services, emergency assistance, and food boxes. Help finding mental health providers. Information about non-crisis community resources.


Psychiatric Crisis Center (24 hour hotline)
1118 Oak St. SE, Salem | 503-585-4949 24 hours a day
Additional info: Provides 24 hour face-to-face and phone crisis intervention services, support services and referral.


Children’s Behavioral Health
2421 Lancaster Dr. NE | 503-588-5352
Woodburn: 976 N. Pacific Hwy | 503-981-5851
Additional info: Full range of out-patient services, including mental health assessments, individual/family/group counseling, skills training, psychiatric assessment and crisis intervention.  Services available to OHP eligible people ages 0-18 and their families.
Marion County Alcohol & Drug Treatment
2421 Lancaster Dr. NE | 503-588-5352
Woodburn: 976 N. Pacific Hwy | 503-981-5851
Additional info: Assessments, outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment, referral to mental health services for adults and adolescents.


Bridgeway Recovery Services
3325 Harold Dr. NE | 503-363-2021
Additional info: Bridgeway provides integrated health care services to people impacted by additional, mental illness or problem gambling. Provide addiction treatment while also providing medical attention.

LGBTQ Resources


Portland Metro Area

Cascade Aids Project- Pivot
209 SW 4th Avenue | 503-445-7699
Additional info: Pivot is a community space dedicated to the health and wellness of gay/bi/trans and all men into men with a focus on sexual health and HIV. We offer a variety of programming that is both social and educational in nature, a drop in space, as well as STD & HIV testing.


Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare – Triangle Project
2415 SE 43rd Avenue, Suite 200 | 503-230-9654
Additional info: Social activities, support services, and alcohol and drug treatment for the LGBTQI community.
Center for Relationship Therapy
1804 NE 45th | 503-239-3915


Men’s Resource Center
12 SE 14th Ave | 503-235-3433
Additional info: Comprehensive outpatient mental health clinic with specialized services for men, services also provided for women and adolescents. Individual and group services offered. Specialty areas: anger management, domestic violence counseling, therapy for gay men, therapy for individuals who were sexually abused as children.
1631 NE Broadway 355-T | 503-252-3000
Additional info: TransActive provides a comprehensive array of in-house counseling, case management and medical referral services, educational workshops, training and professional speakers, child and family advocacy and support  to transgender and gender nonconforming children and youth, their families, allies, community organizations and helping professionals.


Outside In – ID Project | 503-535-3826
Additonal info: Financial and logistical help for trans youth changing their identification papers.


Sexual Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC)
2406 NE Sandy Blvd, Suite 100    503-872-9664
Additional info: SMYRC provides safe, supervised, harassment-free, and alcohol- and drug-free spaces for sexual minority youth 23 and younger. Youth gather to participate in positive activities like art, music, community organizing, youth development, education, peer support, support groups, case management, counseling, and job readiness preparation.
Washington County Pride Project
2406 NE Sandy Blvd, Suite 100 | 503-260-5792
Additional info: The Washington County Pride Project is a program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth in Washington County, ages 12 through 21. Each of the Washington County Pride Project groups meets once a week in Hillsboro for support, education, and social events. Pride Project also offers information, referral and advocacy services in Washington County.


Bradley Angle | HOTLINE: 503-281-2442
720 N. Killingsworth Ave | 503-232-1528 (Office)
Additional info: Emergency shelter for those fleeing domestic and sexual violence, 24 hour crisis line, youth services, transitional housing, LGBT services, and community based services.


Northwest Gender Alliance
P.O Box 4928 | 503-533-8787
Additional info: A social, educational, and support group serving the transgender community in Oregon & SW Washington.  Open to cross-dressing, transsexual, and transgender people.


Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
PO Box 8944 | 503-232-7676
Additional info: National organization of support, education, and advocacy for LGBT people and their families. Multiple local chapters in Oregon and Washington, including small towns and rural areas. Spanish resources available.


Q Center
Portland: 4115 N Mississippi Ave   503-234-7837
Additional info: LGBTQI community center



Together Works
McMinnville: First Baptist Church, 125 SE Cowls St. | 503-472-7941
Additional info: 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 7 p.m. Support group for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and friends.

Central Oregon


Human Dignity Coalition
Bend: 155 NW Irving Avenue | 541-385-3320
Additional Info: HDC works to support transgender people, queer youth, and organize annual Central Oregon Pride events.


Nationwide/Statewide Hotlines


Trans Lifeline Suicide Hotline  |  HOTLINE: 877-565-8860
Additional info: One of the only suicide hotlines specifically for trans people. Staff are transgender and have vast knowledge of personal experiences.
The Trevor Project | HOTLINE: 866-488-7386
Additional info: The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.


LBGTQI Teen Helpline
1-877-553-TEEN (8336)
Additional info: Youth who will speak to other youth (not always LBGTQI themselves, but sensitive allies). Provides referrals to LGBTQ-friendly establishments. No fees. Spanish speakers. Serves all of Oregon (limited Drug & Alcohol help in Vancouver, WA).

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