As of August 27, 2021: Due to a rise in COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations, everyone in Oregon is required to wear a mask in all indoor public spaces and most outdoor settings.
Trained professionals offering local support
COVID-19 has changed our lives in so many ways. It can be difficult for anyone. If you’re having trouble coping, you’re not alone and it may be time to reach out for support. Interpreter services available.
The Next Door, Inc
Mental health support intended to empower and provide support to kids and families experiencing stress and anxiety amid COVID-19. Services offered in English and Spanish.
Crisis Line: 541-308-7110
Hood River 541-386-6665
The Dalles 541-296-8118
One Community Health
Compassionate, community-based mind and body care for all. Services available regardless of insurance or ability to pay. English and Spanish speakers and additional interpreters available.
Text 541-386-6380 for appointment Hood River: 541-386-6380 The Dalles: 541-296-4610
Mid-Columbia Center for Living
A recovery-oriented, trauma-informed and culturally sensitive service provider for individuals with mental health and substance use disorder.
Crisis Line: 1-888-877-9147 Peer Warm Line: 1-800-698-2392 The Dalles: (541) 296-5452 Hood River: (541) 386-2620
BestCare Treatment Services
Addiction and mental health services in Central Oregon and the only Spanish-speaking substance rehab facility in the state.
Bend or Redmond: 541-617-7365
Recovery resources for Spanish-speakers here
Compassionate care for Central Oregon residents, with or without insurance
Deschutes County Health Services – Behavioral Health Division
An organization providing mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental services for people of all ages throughout Deschutes County.
Se Habla Español: Bilingual services available 24/7 crisis line: 541-322-7500, ext 9 https://www.deschutes.org/health/page/behavioral-health
Volunteers In Medicine Clinic Of The Cascades
A non-profit organization that provides medical care, prescription medications, and mental health care to low-income, working adults who live in Central Oregon and have no medical insurance or means to pay for care.
Central Oregon Resource Directory
A resource directory that lists several behavioral health options with descriptions & contact information for the central Oregon community. This directory also includes non-government agencies. https://centraloregonresources.org/full-directory/#mental