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Black and African American
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.
Black Mental Health Oregon
Mental health resources for African American communities
Imani Center, Central City Concern
Afrocentric mental health and addictions treatment services
The Miracles Club
Community recovery center offering support services for African American Communities
OHSU Avel Gordly Center for Healing
Culturally sensitive care for African and African-American communities
Anti Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline, Self Enhancement Inc
Hotline and support services for African American youth and their families
Community-based organization focused on achieving justice for BIPOC individuals and families in Oregon.
Black Resilience Fund
Emergency COVID-19 response program providing mutual aid and community support for Black 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
Urban League of Portland
Community support and care services for African American adults, families, and seniors.
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.