As of November 4, 2021: Everyone 5 and older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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.
Advance Treatment Center
Individualized substance use programs in English and Spanish for Portland area residents.
Compassionate care for Portland metro residents of all ages
Toll free 888-645-1666
Lutheran Community Service Northwest
Multicultural counseling services for Portland metro residents
Substance use and mental health rehab center for East Portland area residents.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Clackamas
Community, family-to-family and recovery support services for families and individuals
Call 503 344-5050
Northwest Family Services
Family and youth support in English and Spanish for the Portland-Salem metro area
OHSU Psychiatric Department Clinics and Divisions
A wide variety of mental health services, including support for refugees and immigrants
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center
Care in over 60 languages, with a focus on migrant and seasonal farmworkers in Washington and Yamhill County Call 503-352-8610
Western Psychological and Counseling Services
A variety of support services, including Latino/Latina mental health programs for Portland metro residents
Substance use disorder program 503-506-6418
Health psychology services 360-469-1810
Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies
A family-centered pediatric clinic offering mental, behavioral, and therapeutic interventions for children and their families.
Melissa Youd, Marketing and Development Director at Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies. 503-263-8903 firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid Community Counseling Program
Culturally responsive short-term COVID-19 counseling services provided at no charge by Washington County.
Program to Encourage Active Rewarding Lives for Seniors (PEARLS) and Resolve
Free counselor and peer mentor support including depression management for older adults and seniors living in Washington County
Asian Health & Service Center: 503-872-8822 x200
Jewish Family & Child Service: 503-226-7079 x124
Lifeworks Northwest: 503-641-1475, ask for the Resolve Program Specialist
Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon (MHAAO)
MHAAO is a peer-run organization that promotes self-directed recovery and wellness for all by offering recovery peer services, training, and technical assistance. MHAAO provides one-on-one peer support for exploring mental health and/or addiction recovery and wellness activities. If you or someone you know would like peer support, please call 503-922-2377 or visit our website.