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General Support

Oregon Warmline Support Service

Toll free phone: 1-800-698-2393

Get more information on this support service

Alcohol and Drug Treatment

Provider Directory

Abuse and Neglect

Abuse and neglect of vulnerable Oregonians is unfortunately more common than many people realize. OHA works hard to help vulnerable Oregonians be healthy and safe, but the public also plays a key role. OHA depends on people to help by reporting suspected abuse or neglect promptly. Get information on different kinds of abuse and neglect, and how to report it.

Suicide Prevention

Oregon Partnership Lifeline/National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Toll free phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Hopeline Network

Toll free phone: 1-800-SUICIDE

Problem Gambling

People wishing to speak with a counselor about problems related to gambling may call toll free: 1-877-MY Limit (1-877-695-4648). Treatment is free, confidential and it works.

Oregon Gambling Helpline Web site

Link to chat live with a certified gambling counselor: http://www.1877mylimit.org/

Alcohol and Drug Addiction

HelpLine: Make the Call

A confidential 24-hour blended crisis and referral line, responding to individuals and family members seeking crisis intervention treatment referral and general chemical dependency information. Call 1-800-923-HELP (1-800-923-4357).

YouthLine

An after school peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under the supervision of an adult answer calls on diverse topics including bullying, substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues, many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue. Call 1-877-YOUTH-911 (1-877-968-8491) or text teen2teen to 83963.

Military Helpline

The Military Helpline is dedicated to helping those experiencing the invisible and visible wounds of war readjust successfully to civilian life. A free, confidential service answered by veats and others trained in military culture, the Military Helpline works to prevent substance abuse and suicide. The number is (888) 457-4838.

Mental Health Crisis

Link to Community Mental Health Program Crisis Lines.

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