Effective May 11, 2023: Oregon’s public health officials have lifted several COVID-19 response measures as the federal emergency ends. Learn more about the latest changes here.
Your community can be a place of support and comfort
Find support created by your community, for your community. Connect with a counselor who understands your experience or join a support group with others going through the same thing.
The list below was created with help from the community so you can find mental-health and substance-use resources whether you have insurance or not. There is caring and affordable support in a community, where you can feel safe and understood.
Asian Health and Service Center
Physical and behavioral health services for Asian American communities
Community-based organization focused on achieving justice for BIPOC individuals and families in Oregon.
List of providers offering a range of mental, emotional and physical relief services free of charge to those fighting for social justice
A culturally-specific mental health organization offering education and peer support for Asian-Americans
An online mental health community that connects therapists with individuals and families in need of care.
Racial Equity Support Line
A peer support line for individuals and families mental and emotionally impacted by racism.
Covid Community Counseling Program
Culturally responsive short-term COVID-19 counseling services provided at no charge by Washington County.
A community care organization offering peer support for mental health, substance use disorder, and domestic violence.