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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.

Q Center
Resources, connection and support for the LQBTQIA+ community
Online support programs here

Trans Lifeline
Trans-led community support and resources
Call 877-565-8860

The Trevor Project
Life-saving community programs and services for LGBTQIA+ youth
Call 866-488-7386
Text START to 678-678

Cascade Aids Project
Peer support for HIV+ individuals in need of mental health services

Radical Rest
List of providers offering a range of mental, emotional and physical relief services free of charge to those fighting for social justice

Bravery Center
Offers safe and welcoming support groups and mental health services for members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community in Lincoln County. https://www.olallacenter.org/bravery-center

Mind Solutions
A community care organization offering peer support for mental health, substance use disorder, and domestic violence.
(503) 206-8856