Mental Health & Crisis Support
Multnomah County Crisis Support offers a 24/7 crisis call line, an urgent walk-in clinic, and mobile crisis services.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Columbia River Eating Disorder Network (CREDN) operates a provider directory of Eating Disorder specialized therapists, dietitians, doctors, treatment centers, and support people.
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.
Grounded Grief is a national group therapy practice offering in-person and online powerful grief groups and individual therapy services.
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.
Brief Encounters offers Portland-based groups and phone support to parents whose babies have died before, during, or after birth.
Call and leave a message at 503-334-2564
Uniquely Knitted offers low-cost support groups and a relatable podcast for those experiencing infertility.
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.
Call or text 800-557-8375
Postpartum Support International offers crisis support, peer mentorship, help connecting with a professional, and expansive groups.
Call or Text 800-944-4773
Queer Affirming Resources
The Trevor Project offers 24/7 crisis support for LGBTQ youth, information, and help finding community.
The Q Center aims provide safe spaces, community building and empowerment for the positive transformation of LGBTQ2SIA+ communities and allies in the Pacific Northwest.
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.
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.