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Youth, teen and family

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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.

Youth Era
Youth-based organization and resource center focused on supporting young people in crisis.
Youth Peer Support available via Chat or Twitch, or call 971-334-9295

For teen-to-teen support
Call 877-968-8491
Text teen2teen to 839-863

Reach Out Oregon
Peer-to-peer support for parents and families.
Available Mon-Fri 12p - 7p (except holidays) Call 833-732-2467

Trillium Family Services
A community-centered mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families, equipped to treat one-time mental health crises or ongoing conditions.
Clinical/Therapeutic Services call 888-333-6177

Child Mind Institute
Resources for children and families struggling with mental health, including support for families during the coronavirus pandemic.

Morrison Child and Family Services
Support for children, youth, and their families experiencing mental health and substance use challenges.
Call 503-258-4200

Portland Therapy Center
A searchable database of Portland-area mental health professionals. Find a therapist in Portland who specializes in working with adolescents and teens.

Building Healthy Families
Family support and educational resources for parents, caregivers, parents-to-be, students and children.
In Wallowa County call 541-426-9411
In Baker County call 541-524-2331
In Union County call 541-398-0674
In Malheur County call 541-216-3101

Friends of the Children
Youth mentorship program connecting youth with adult mentors.
Call 503.281.6633

Family Nurturing Center
Educational support for children ages 0-5 to l for parents in Jackson and Josephine County.
Call 541-779-5242

NAMI Children and Families
A peer-run organization dedicated to self-directed recovery through in-person and virtual support groups.
Find Portland based contact here

NW Family Services
Substance use disorder support and services for youth and young adults. Services are available in English and Spanish.
Contact Page here

Reconnections Counseling
An outpatient substance abuse treatment center that provides services to individuals, young adults, and families in Newport, Toledo, Lincoln City, and Florence, Oregon.

Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN)
Peer-led services for parents and caregivers of children in need of emotional, behavioral and mental health support. Education and advocacy services to help families and children navigate health systems and find resources.
admins@ofsn.net (503) 363-8068

Lincoln County Behavioral Health
A community mental health provider for Lincoln County offering counseling, case management, care coordination, medication management, and nursing services in an outpatient setting to both children and adult residents of Lincoln County who are struggling with mental health symptoms.

Lincoln County Child & Family Services
A counseling and support center offered for Lincoln county youth and families. Services include specialized programs, intensive case management, wraparound care, school-based services, substance abuse treatment and partnerships with local resources.

OSLC Developments, Inc.
A mental health and substance use disorder service provider offering outpatient treatment programs for individuals, families and kids in Lane County. 541-485-2711

Center for Family Development
A remote or in-person resource in Lane County for children, adolescents, adults, and families experiencing substance use, mental health, or co-occurring disorders.