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The page lists national helplines and assorted resources focused on mental health and substance use.
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24/7 confidential support for people in crisis as well as their families and friends
24/7 text support with a trained Crisis Counselor. Support available en Español.
Text “HOME” to 741741 for 24-hour text support
For more information visit: Crisis Text Line.
24/7 confidential support, information, and resources for alcohol or drug use. Interpreter services available.
1-800-923-4357 or text “RecoveryNow” to 839863 (Monday-Friday, 2-6pm PST)
For more information visit: Lines For Life: Alcohol and Drug Helpline.
24/7 confidential hotline designed for the agricultural community and their families in Oregon.
Call or text 833-897-2474
For more information visit: AgriStress Helpline.
24/7 confidential support for LGBTQ+ persons.
1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 678-678
For more information visit: The Trevor Project.
24/7 confidential information service for mental health and substance use. Provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Services available en Español.
1-800-662-HELP (4357) or text your 5-digit ZIP Code to 435748 (HELP4U)
For teletypewriter (TTY) services: dial 1-800-487-4889
For more information visit: SAMHSA’s National Helpline.
24/7 confidential support for service members, Veterans, and their families.
888-457-4838 or text “MIL1” to 839863 (Monday-Friday, 2-6pm PST)
For more information visit: Military Helpline.
24/7 confidential peer support hotline operated by and for trans people.
For more information visit: Trans Lifeline.
Peer support by and for BIPOC folxs.
For current hours of operation visit: Call Blackline.
Peer support for teens. Calls answered from 6 - 10 p.m. PST and texts from 6 - 9 p.m. PST.
800-852-8336 or text “TEEN” to 839863
For more information visit: Teen Line.
24/7 confidential support for those working in agriculture.
For more information visit: Farm and Rural Stress Hotline.
Support for those working in agriculture. Available Monday through Friday 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. PST.
For more information visit: Farm Aid: Online Request for Assistance.
The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline includes information about the 988 rollout, a toolkit for partners involved in the rollout, as well as data, and links to relevant press releases/news.
FindTreatment.gov is a search tool from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for certified substance use and mental health treatment facilities, opioid treatment programs, buprenorphine practitioners, and health care centers.
FindSupport.gov is a resource by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services that is meant to help people identify resources, treatment, and support groups related to mental health, drug, or alcohol use. Information is also available on how to pay for treatment (including free or low-cost options), how to support someone else, and a finding support toolkit.
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center provides consultations, trainings, resources, and more focused on suicide prevention.
Trauma Informed Oregon is an informational resource focused on trauma informed policies and practices.
The Rural Health Information Hub provides a Rural Community Health Toolkit that describes how to create, implement and evaluate community health programs in a rural community.
In recognition of the stress experienced by farmers, ranchers and their families, the Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and partners developed a series of flyers and slide decks to address mental health stigma, alcohol use disorder, death by suicide and co-occurring disorders.
These resources are available for download and sharing as part of community conversations at Farm Stress Grab-n-Go Kits.
The Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network promotes rural resilience through education and trainings.
A center from Mental Health America that provides a variety of mental health resources in Spanish.
Reimagine Oregon is a group of Black-led organizations, community activists, and protest organizers focused on dismantling systemic racism in Oregon.
The Oregon Older Adult Behavioral Health Initiative is an initiative that created positions throughout the state for behavioral health professionals who specialize in working with older adults and people with disabilities.
Below are a couple of resources that provide education and guidance about how to talk about mental health and suicide.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers a variety of trainings and resources.
The following resources are largely focused on Serious Mental Illness (SMI).