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RESOURCES

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Mental Health & Crisis Support

Multnomah County Crisis Support offers a 24/7 crisis call line, an urgent walk-in clinic, and mobile crisis services. 

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Call 503-988-4888

The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free, and confidential support for people in distress and crisis resources for you and your loved ones.

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Call or text 988

 

Unity Center for Behavioral Health is a 24-hour behavioral and mental health services center offering an adult psychiatric emergency room and inpatient care for adults and children as young as 9.

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Call 503-944-8000

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Eating Disorder Support

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is a non-profit dedicated to education and the provision of resources for people struggling with eating disorders. It can be a great place to start the path of recovery. 

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F.E.A.S.T. is an international organization of and for parents and caregivers of loved ones affected by eating disorders. They offer groups, guides, online forums, information, skills, and tools to help. 

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The Columbia River Eating Disorder Network (CREDN) operates a provider directory of Eating Disorder specialized therapists, dietitians, doctors, treatment centers, and support people.

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Grief Support

Portland Grief House creates and supports community-led offerings, gatherings, experiences, groups, and activities to move through all types of grief in deep connection and non-judgement. They aim to weave grief into life and relationship.

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Grounded Grief  is a national group therapy practice offering in-person and online powerful grief groups and individual therapy services. 

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Infertility & Loss Support

Resolve is a resource offering support to couples and individuals experiencing infertility through peer and professional support, groups, and an online community.

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Call 866-668-2566

Brief Encounters offers Portland-based groups and phone support to parents whose babies have died before, during, or after birth. 

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Call and leave a message at 503-334-2564

Uniquely Knitted offers low-cost support groups and a relatable podcast for those experiencing infertility.

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Postpartum Support

Baby Blues Connection is a local organization that provides 1:1 peer and professional support, groups, partner support, information, and resources for parents experiencing mood and anxiety changes postpartum.

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Call or text 800-557-8375

Postpartum Support International offers crisis support, peer mentorship, help connecting with a professional, and expansive groups. 

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Call or Text 800-944-4773

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Queer Affirming Resources

The Trevor Project offers 24/7 crisis support for LGBTQ youth, information, and help finding community.

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Call 866-488-7386

Text 678-678

The Q Center aims provide safe spaces, community building and empowerment for the positive transformation of LGBTQ2SIA+ communities and allies in the Pacific Northwest.

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Trans Lifeline is a hotline and non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

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877-565-8860

Parenting Resources

Beech Street Parenting offers play groups and 1:1 support for new and expectant parents in learning about child development and principles of respectful caregiving.

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