Mental Health Resources

We believe that the Bible is the supreme authority as our guide to Christian faith and service. We seek to speak where the Bible speaks, and be silent where the Bible is silent. We recognize that issues surrounding mental health affect everyone in our communities and within our homes, and impact our ability to understand God’s plan for us. Our desire is to remove the stigma people who experience mental health challenges face and end the dangerous notion that people have to be okay to go to church. As humans none of us are okay; we all suffer from the brokenness caused by the introduction of sin into our world.

We care about your mental health. Below are a variety of helpful resources related to anxiety, and to depression and suicide. Our hope is that instead of leaning into other coping mechanisms, people with mental health challenges will seek appropriate treatment and lean into Christ.

If you are considering suicide, help is available. Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 9-8-8 to reach a trained counselor 24 hours a day.
Demystifying Depression: A Conversation with Dr. Paul Alexander

Dr. Paul Alexander, President of Hope International University and a trained counselor, sits down with Megan Lemmons for a discussion about depression and how we can help those in our lives who are experiencing it. Join us for this practical and inspiring Q&A session via Zoom, followed by an optional discussion led by one of our Care Pastors.

Care Requests

Willamette Cares and its amazing community would love to come alongside you in prayer and support. We have a dedicated team of volunteers who care about you and confidentially pray over your requests and offers support in a variety of ways, including hospital and hospice visits, wedding support, funeral and memorial support, physical home needs support, rides to church, and more.

Anxiety Resources

Anxiety is defined as "a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome." We're living in a world in the grips of a pandemic that has led to lockdowns, homeschooling challenges, and increased joblessness - as we're also dealing with political and social unrest. Is it any wonder many of us are experiencing anxiety these days? We hope that the resources below will bring you comfort and relief.

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Family & Parenting


Depression & Suicide Resources

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is a common but serious mood disorder which causes severe chronic symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working. At its worst, people who suffer from depression may feel hopeless and consider ending their lives, often not realizing they’re suffering from a treatable illness. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, we urge you to use the resources below and reach out for help.


Private Mental Health Facilities

  1. Catholic Community Services of Western Washington has a crisis youth and family services program that serves Oregon. It’s 90 days of crisis services including therapy and psychiatric –
  2. Urgent Mental Health Walk-In Center is the walk-in clinic for Clackamas County Mental Health. They also have a 24 hour crisis phone number – (503) 655-8585 or
  3. Western Psychological and Counseling Services has the OHP contract for psychotherapy and psychiatric. They have multiple sites through the metro area –
  4. Trillium Services are a family of mental health services for youth. The Children’s Farm Home in Corvallis offers residential treatment in the Corvallis area under the leadership of Trillium –

Mental Health Community Resources

Emergency Services: 9-1-1

Crisis Lines (24-hour)

Clackamas County: 503-655-8585
Multnomah County: 503-988-4888
Washington County: 503-291-9111
Lines for Life Suicide Hotline: 9-8-8
Alzheimer’s Association: 1-800-272-3900
Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 503-469-8620
Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 or Text 838255
Military Helpline: 1-888-457-4838
Oregon Youth Line -Teen peer support: 1-877-968-8491 or Text TEEN2TEEN 839863

Crisis Lines (non-24-hour)

David Romprey Warmline: 1-800-698-2392
Spanish Line: 1-888-628-9454
Housing Food Medical Care: 2-1-1 (


Cascadia Access, Info & Referral Line: 503-674-7777
VA Suicide Prevention Team: 503-402-2857
VA Mental Health Triage Unit: 503-220-8262
OHSU Behavioral Health Clinic: 503-494-6176
Lifeworks Intake Appointments: 503-645-9010
Old Town Recovery Clinic: 503-228-7134
Multnomah County Health Clinics: 503-988-5558
Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 1-800-923-4357

Advocacy, Support & Education

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): 503-228-5692
Early Assessment & Support Alliance (Ages 15-25): 503-988-3272
Mental Health America (peer support): 503-922-2377
Disability Rights Oregon (advocacy): 503-243-2081
Native American Rehabilitation Association: 503-224-1044
Independent Living Resources: 503-232-7411
Oregon Family Support Network: 503-363-8068
Get Trained to Help (Clackamas County):

Aging & Disability Services (24-hour): 503-988-3646
Multnomah County Multi-Ethnic Services (24-hours): 503-988-3646

Community/Peer Support

Folktime: 503-238-6428
North Star: 971-271-7273
Depression & Bipolar Support alliance: 503-866-9135
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon: 503-222-6484
Oregon Youth Line Teen peer support 1-877-968-8491 or Text TEEN2TEEN 839863

Service Coordination Team: 503-823-0345

Portland Police Bureau (PPB)
Behavioral Health Unit (BHU): 503-823-0812
PPB: Non-emergency Services: 503-823-3333

Clackamas County Sheriff Department
Behavioral Health Division: 503-742-5335
Washington County Sheriff Department: 503-291-9111