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Crisis Lines and Behavioral Mental Health

Oregon Specific Crisis Contacts

National Contacts

  • National Crisis Text Line: 741741
  • TransLifeLine 1-877-565-8860
  • Suicide Prevention and AfterCare 1-404-256-9797
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL): 1-800-273-8255 (chat line available)
  • Warm Line (National Line if you need to talk to someone) 1-800-698-2392
  • Suicide Prevention Resource Center

    A national resource center that promotes suicide prevention

  • The Trevor Project

    The Trevor Project (line specifically for LGBTQ young people, open 24/7) at 1-866-488-7386.


    An organization that "meets youth where they are to deliver peer support and mental health information in a safe and supportive online space."

  • Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs

    (AOCMHP) - Support and advocate for Local Mental Health Authorities.

  • Children’s Mental Health Network

    We are a national network bringing together the voices of children's mental health. Join us to benefit from up-to-date information singularly focused on children’s mental health care.

  • Mental Health First Aid

    Mental Health First Aid is an in-person training that teaches you how to help people developing a mental illness or in a crisis.

  • Substance Abuse & Mental Health Sciences Administration

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

  • Question. Persuade. Refer.

    Three steps anyone can learn to help prevent suicide.

  • Mental Health Fast Facts

    Basic Facts About Mental Health.

  • Center for Parent Information and Resources

    Mental Health.

  • Trauma Informed Oregon

    Trauma Informed Oregon is a statewide collaborative aimed at preventing and ameliorating the impact of adverse experiences on children, adults and families. We work in partnership to promote and sustain trauma informed policies and practices across physical, mental, and behavioral health systems and to disseminate promising strategies to support wellness and resilience.

  • Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition

    Community supports for suicide and other risk behaviors.

  • Resources for Crisis and Trauma Response

    This page contains resources for adults, parents, teachers and students dealing with a traumatic event.

Domestic Violence Posters and Hotlines

  • Domestic Violence Poster

    A pattern of coercive behavior at gaining and maintaining power and control over an intimate partner.

  • La Violencia Doméstica

    Una forma de comportamiento agresivo que se propone ganar, mantener y controlar a una pareja intima.