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Suicide Prevention, Intervention, Postvention (Adi's Act)

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Senate Bill 52, also known as Adi’s Act, requires Oregon School Districts to develop comprehensive district Student Suicide Prevention Plans.

These Plans are to include procedural planning, equity and racial equity-centered supports, and a staff training process that explicitly addresses when and how students and families are referred to appropriate mental health and crisis services.

Adi’s Act operates in conjunction with the Student Success Act to ensure that LGBTQ2SIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/non-binary, queer/questioning, two-spirit, intersex, asexual, and the myriad other ways to describe gender identities) youth, foster youth, youth with disabilities, BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) and tribal communities/members/students and historically and currently underserved youth receive equitable access to services and support.

ODE, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), and Lines for Life have partnered to provide school districts materials supporting the development and continuous improvement of Senate Bill 52 Plans.


Senate Bill 52 Sample Plans

See below for three sample Student Suicide Prevention Plans developed to meet Senate Bill 52 (Adi’s Act) requirements. There are two (2) plans created by Oregon school districts and one (1) provided by an Education Service District (ESD), including policies, plans, and procedures for suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention. The plans represent a variety of geographic regions of the state, and there are school district/ESD characteristics noted for each SB 52 plan.

Please use these samples freely while also knowing that each school district is unique, and each district’s plan should continue to be a living document, a work-in-progress, and will be reflective of each community’s unique circumstances and resources.


Crisis Resources

Oregon

  • Lines for Life
  • Oregon Youth Line (Ages 13-21)
  • Suicide Lifeline(24/7): Call 1-800-273-TALK(8255)
  • Alcohol & Drug Helpline(24/7): Call 1-800-923-4357
  • Safe & Strong Helpline(24/7): Call 1-800-923-HELP(4357)

For county services, select a county name in the list below to jump down the page to information for your county.

Baker
Benton
Clackamas
Clatsop
Columbia
Coos
Crook
Curry
Deschutes
Douglas
Gilliam
Grant
Harney
Hood River
Jackson
Jefferson
Josephine
Klamath
Lake
Lane
Lincoln
Linn
Malheur
Marion
Morrow
Multnomah
Polk
Sherman
Tillamook
Umatilla
Union
Wallowa
Wasco
Washington
Wheeler
Yamhill

Updated March 2017

BAKER New Directions Behavioral Health & Wellness
General Access
  • 541-523-3646 (8 am - 5 pm)
Crisis Number
  • 541-519-7126 (after hours)
BENTON County Mental Health Program
General Access
  • 541-766-6835
Crisis Number
  • 1-888-232-7192
CLACKAMAS County Mental Health Center
General Access
  • 503-742-5335
Crisis Number
  • 503-655-8585
CLATSOP Behavioral Healthcare
General Access
  • 503-325-5722
Crisis Number
  • 503-325-5724
COLUMBIA Community Mental Health, Inc.
General Access
  • 503-397-5211
Crisis Number
  • 503-397-5211 or 1-866-866-1426 (after hours)
  • Vernonia: 503-397-5211
COOS County Mental Health Program
General Access
  • 541-266-6700
Crisis Number
  • 541-266-6800
CROOK BestCare Treatment Services
General Access
  • 541-323-5330
Crisis Number
  • 541-323-5330
CURRY Community Health
General Access
  • Gold Beach: 541-373-8001
  • Brookings: 541-813-2535
  • Port Orford: 541-373-8085
Crisis Number
  • 1-877-519-9322
DESCHUTES County Mental Health Services
General Access
  • 541-322-7500
Crisis Number
  • 541-322-7500 (24 hours) or 1-800-875-7364
DOUGLAS Compass Behavioral Health 
General Access
  • 541-440-3532
Crisis Number
  • 1-800-866-9780
GILLIAM Community Counseling Solutions
General Access
  • Condon: 541-384-2666
  • Arlington: 541-454-2223
Crisis Number
  • 911
GRANT Community Counseling Solutions
General Access
  • 541-575-1466
Crisis Number
  • 911
HARNEY Symmetry Care
General Access
  • 541-573-8376
Crisis Number
  • 541-573-8376
HOOD RIVER Mid-Columbia Center for Living
General Access
  • 541-386-2620
Crisis Number
  • 1-888-877-9147 or 541-386-7534
JACKSON County Health and Human Services
General Access
  • 541-774-8201
Crisis Number
  • 541-774-8201
JEFFERSON County Community Mental Health Program
General Access
  • 541-475-6575
Crisis Number
  • 541-475-6575 (24 hours)
JOSEPHINE Options for Southern Oregon
General Access
  • 541-476-2373
Crisis Number
  • 541-474-5360 (24 hours)
KLAMATH Basin Behavioral Health
General Access
  • 541-883-1030
Crisis Number
  • 541-883-1030
LAKE County Mental Health Center
General Access
  • 541-947-6021
Crisis Number
  • 541-947-6021 or 1-877-456-2293
LANE County Health and Human Services
General Access
  • 541-682-3608
Crisis Number
  • White Bird Clinic: 541-687-4000 (after hours)

LINCOLN County Mental Health Program
  • Adults: 541-574-5960
  • Children: 541-265-4179
  • Lincoln City: 541-265-4196
Crisis Number
  • 1-888-232-7192 (24 hours)
LINN County Mental Health
General Access
  • 541-967-3866
Crisis Number
  • 541-967-3866 or 1-800-304-7468 (24 hours)
MALHEUR Lifeways, Inc.
General Access
  • 541-889-9167
Crisis Number
  • 541-889-9167
MARION County Mental Health Services
General Access
  • 503-588-5351
  • Woodburn: 503-981-5851
Crisis Number
  • 503-585-4949
Youth and Family Crisis Line
focused on ages under 18
(available 8am-10pm
7 days a week)
  • 503-576-HOPE (4673)
MORROW/WHEELER Community Counseling Solutions
General Access
  • Heppner: 541-676-9161
  • Boardman: 541-481-2911
Crisis Number
  • 911
MULTNOMAH County Mental Health Services
General Access
  • 503-988-5887
Crisis Number
  • 503-988-4888
  • Toll-free at 1-800-716-9769
POLK County Mental Health
General Access
  • Dallas: 503-623-9289
  • West Salem: 503-585-3012
Crisis Number
  • 503-623-9289 (days)
  • 503-581-5535 or 800-560-5833 (after hours)
SHERMAN Mid-Columbia Center for Living
General Access
  • 541-296-5452
Crisis Number
  • 1-888-877-9147
  • 541-296-5452
TILLAMOOK Family Counseling Inc.
General Access
  • 503-842-8201
Crisis Number
  • 503-842-8201 or 1-800-962-2851
UMATILLA Lifeways, Inc.
General Access
  • Hermiston: 541-922-6226
  • Milton-Freewater: 866-343-4473
  • Pendleton: 541-276-6207
Crisis Number
  • Hermiston & Milton-Freewater: 1-866-343-4473
  • Pendleton: 541-276-6207
UNION Center for Human Development
General Access
  • 541-962-8800
Crisis Number
  • 541-962-8800
WALLOWA Valley Center for Wellness
General Access
  • 541-426-4524
Crisis Number
  • 541-398-1175
WASCO Mid-Columbia Center for Living
General Access
  • 541-296-5452
Crisis Number
  • 541-296-6307
  • 1-888-877-9147 (after hours)
WASHINGTON County Mental Health
General Access
  • 503-291-1155
Crisis Number
  • 503-291-9111
WHEELER/MORROW Community Counseling Solutions
General Access
  • 541-763-2746
Crisis Number
  • 911
YAMHILL County Adult Mental Health and Family & Youth Mental Health Programs
General Access
  • Adults: 503-434-7253
  • Youth: 503-434-7462
Crisis Number
  • 1-844-842-8200

National

  • Disaster Distress Helpline
  • Phone(24/7): Call 1-800-985-5990
    • Oprima 2 por Español
    • Callers to the hotline can also connect with counselors in over 100 other languages via 3rd-party interpretation services
  • Text(24/7): text TalkWithUS (English) or Hablanos (En Español) to 66746

LGBTQ2SIA+ Resources


Domestic Violence Support


Crisis Training and Education for School Districts

  • Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition
  • OSCC supports community efforts to reduce youth suicide and other risk behaviors in the often hidden and historically underserved gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth population.


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