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If you’ve been affected by COVID-19 or the 2020 Oregon wildfires, there are resources and support for you and those you love. Connect with counselors, support groups, local county resources and federal disaster aid to get the help you need. No matter what, you’re not alone. Free resources are available right now.

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Alternative Youth Activities
Serving Coos County
541-252-9636

Community Counseling Solutions
Serving Gilliam, Grant, Morrow & Wheeler County
541-676-9161

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare
503-325-5722

Clackamas County Behavioral Health Division
503-655-8585

Klamath Basin Behavioral Health
541-883-1030

Lincoln County Behavioral Health
541-265-4179

Lines For Life
Serving Statewide
English: 971- 420-1028
Spanish: 971- 420-1018

Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon (MHAAO)
Serving Multnomah County
503-922-2377

New Directions Northwest Inc.
Serving Baker County
541-523-7400

Options for Southern Oregon
Serving Josephine County
541-476-2373

Umatilla County Human Services
English: 541-379-3575
Spanish, Mayra Zepeda: 541-648-8601

Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness
Serving Wallowa County
541-426-4524

Wildfire Support

Clackamas County Health, Housing & Human Services
1-503-655-8585

ADAPT of Douglas County
1-800-866-9780

Marion County Health & Human Services
1-503-588-5288

Jackson County Health & Human Services
1-541-774-8201

Klamath Basin Behavioral Health
1-541-883-1030

Lane County Health & Human Services
1-541-687-4000

Lincoln County Health & Human Services
1-866-266-0288

Linn County Health Services
1-800-560-5535