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Find Resources to Support Physical, Mental, Dental and Financial Health.

​For comprehensive aging and disability resources and assistance contact the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) of Oregon by calling 855-ORE-ADRC or 855-673-2372, sending an email to or visiting the ADRC website


Disability Determination Services

Financial Eligibility Determination

Food for older adults and people with disabilities

  • Accessing SNAP for older adults and people with disabilities is a different process that other populations
  • ADRC's Older Adult Meals Program (“Meals on Wheels") provides free meals for people across Oregon. Anyone 60+ can receive these meals, there are no income requirements. The ADRC can also help connect people with disabilities, regardless of age, to food resources
  • Visit the ADRC website or call 855-673-2372

Home Care Workers

Long-term Care

  • Regulation of nursing, assisted living, residential and memory care facilities as well as adult foster homes and oversight of long-term care referral agents. To check a facility's regulatory compliance history visit:
  • Plans for individuals' needs with services including in-home and facility long-term care, living situation modification and assistive devices

Oregon Project Independence

  • In-home personal care services to individuals who do not receive Medicaid. Learn more on the ADRC website

​Visit the Oregon Department of Human Services' single web page and application for benefits assistance and​ information including food, cash, school meals and more.

Find childcare resou​rces online and search a database of providers.

Find child care assistance, including local resources and help paying for child care through the Oregon Department of Human Services Employment Related Day Care program.

​Search for local, confidential domestic violence and sexual assault advocates from the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

  • For a local Spanish language helpline 503-232-4448
  • For a local Russian language helpline 503-777-3437
  • For a local Immigrant and Refugee helpline 503-445-1446
  • For a local Native American helpline 503-318-5213

Oregon Department of Human Services Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors Grants offer financial assistance for safe and suitable housing and other safety planning

StrongHearts Native Helpline offers confidential and culturally appropriate support for domestic and sexual violence affecting Native communities – 844-762-8483

National Human Trafficking Hotline – 888-373-7888

RAINN – National Sexual Assault Hotline - 800-656-4673 and chat options

Safe Phone Helpline – Sexual Assault support for the DoD Community – 877-995-5247

UNICA – Oregon Spanish language domestic violence and sexual assault hotline - 503-232-4448

The National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline offers 24/7 intervention, information and referrals through video phone (855-812-1001), email and chat for Deaf, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled survivors

NW Network provides domestic and sexual violence services for LGBTQ survivors (206-568-7777)

Call to Safety's 24/7 crisis line for support and information: 888-235-5333

National Domestic Violence Hotline where advocates are available 24/7 at 800-799-SAFE (7233) in more than 200 languages. All calls are free and confidential

Oregon Sexual Violence Prevention Resource Map


Employment Department web page (available in multiple languages and for anyone authorized to work in th​e US)

  • For unemployment benefits, 877-345-3484 or apply here
  • Explanation videos in English on how to apply and other related topics to unemployment are here

Partner outreach materials for additional language access options

For employees

To report a hazard in the workplace to OSHA in English or in Spanish is a one stop website for new and existing food needs. It also has flyers and social media images in 11 languages for partners​​.

​​Find resources for employees, employers and unemployment.

Mental Health

The Safe + Strong Helpline is a free and confidential resource for all Oregonians who are looking for emotional support. Call 800-923-HELP (4357). You do not​ need to be in mental health crisis to call this line. Certified interpreters are also available for those who speak a language other than English.

  • Through this number, you can also connect with Lines for Life (, a suicide prevention organization with specific resources for youth, military personnel and their families, and those affected by substance abuse problems. You can also request support from a culturally specific provider.
  • Safe + Strong also has resource lists of culturally specific and geographic specific resources for mental and emotional health.

CDC has launched a new website, How Right Now, for mental health, coping, and resiliency. The site includes links to relevant resources (food banks, housing, job placement services), warm/hot support lines, emotion/coping one-pagers, and a partner toolkit

You are not alone: Behavioral health resources from ODHS 

SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters. Call SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Helpline at 800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to speak to a trained crisis counselor

Suicide, psychosis and crisis resources

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is available 24/7. The Lifeline is for people in any type of behavioral health crisis, such as: mental health-related distress, thoughts of suicide or self-harm, or substance use crisis. People can get help by calling 988, texting 988, or chatting online at

Oregon Crisis Services in Your County

Oregon Family Support Network: Support, advocacy, and training for families parenting youth with behavioral health challenges. Visit or call 503-363-8068

Reach Out Oregon Parent Warmline: Live 1:1 support for parents. Staffed by family support specialists who have experience parenting youth with significant behavioral health challenges. Visit or call 833-732-2467

Youth ERA: Virtual drop in, support groups, and 1:1 peer support for young people. Visit or

The Trevor Project: Support of LGBTQ youth ages 13-24. Call the Trevor Lifeline 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386, texting 678-678 or chat online at

Early Assessment & Support Alliance: EASA provides information and support to young people experiencing symptoms of psychosis for the first time. Link to county EASA program contact information

Find a Therapist websites for group or private practice (not county mental health services). Each will allow you to search and sort by different factors, including location, insurance type, gender of provider, specialties (including culturally specific and therapists with expertise in LGTBQ+ individuals), among others

Trans Lifeline 1-877-565-8860 (Spanish support available): Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive

Fireweed Collective Online Peer Support: Our community meets online in a closed group on Facebook where people with lived experience of emotional distress support each other within an anti-oppressive and social justice framework

David Romprey Oregon Warmline (800-698-2392): Whoever you are and whatever you may be going through, you are welcome on the Warmline! Our caring team of trained peers offers nonjudgmental and confidential peer support every day. No appointments needed!

Health Coverage

Oregon Health Plan (OHP) community partner network includes 300 organizations and around 1,500 application assisters across Oregon that can help apply for OHP or coverage through the Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace. Use the Find Local Help Tool to search by location and language

A coordinated care organization (CCO) is a network of all types of health care providers (physical health care, addictions and mental health care) who work together to serve OHP members. Visit the CCO web page to view the service area map and find contact information

Oregon Health Plan Care Coordination program is offered at no-cost to OHP members who are not enrolled with a CCO. It can help with finding a provider, medical case management, and connecting to the nurse advice line

Prescription Discount Program

Oregon has a free state-backed prescription discount program called ArrayRx with no income or age restrictions that can save individuals up to 80% for generic drugs and 20% for brand-name drugs. For those who have insurance, they can choose to use the ArrayRx Card or their insurance at the pharm​acy, whichever provides a better price.

Public Health

Public Health Division of Oregon Health Authority has a number of programs for low-income individuals including:

Substance use

Lines for Life Alcohol and Drug Helpline – 800-923-4838 or text RecoveryNow to 839863

Oregon Recovers - Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Online Peer Recovery

Syringe services programs to find your local syringe exchange program

OHA Substance Use web resources

Rent Assistance

For the most up-to-date housing resources:

  • Dial 2-1-1 or 1-866-698-6155 
  • Email – Response within 24 hours 
  • Text your zip code to 898211 (TXT211) – M-F from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m 
  • Search for resources at 

Tenants Rights

Community Alliance of Tenants has a comprehensive resource page for renters in Oregon

Housing Discrimination Prevention Resources
Fair Housing Council of Oregon has a resource page related to the federal fair housing act including how to file an illegal housing discrimination claim. The page includes specific resources for people living with disabilities and people who are LGTBQ+,


Oregon Energy Fund energy assistance help finder

Oregon Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assists eligible low-income households with their heating and cooling energy costs, bill payment assistance, energy crisis assi​​stance, weatherization and energy-related home repairs. Contact 211info or your local Community Action Agency​

Office of Developmental Disability Services (ODDS) offers services to adults ranging from supports to assist an individual to live in​ their own home or with family or friends, to 24-hour comprehensive services. It also offers supports to children and families ranging from in- home family support, intensive in-home supports and 24-hour services in foster care or residential placement. 

​The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program that provides eligible low-income households with financial assistance for broadband internet. Visit here for eligibility details and to apply. 

Assurance Wireless Lifeline Assistance Program is a federal program that provides eligible low-income households with free phone monthly data, texting and minutes plus a free Smartphone

​OregonLa​​ is a guide to legal information and free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Oregon. ​

Oregon Health Authority's public charge web page: Find fact sheets in many languages

Oregon Lati​no Health Coalition public charge page

Parents and caregivers



Map and contact information for non-emergency medical transport​ation services in your area. This is a covered service for OHP members.


Still Need Help?

For additional resources, contact 211info:

Text your ZIP code to 898211

 Call 211