For Professionals

In this section:

Need Help Now?

Call 911, go to the emergency room, or call the local crisis line services if you need them.

24/7 Suicide Prevention & Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Local Crisis Lines

Most counties in Oregon have their own local crisis line.

This list is arranged alphabetically by county

  • Baker County (541) 519-7126
  • Benton County 1-888-232-7192
  • Clackamas County (971) 244-4635
  • Clatsop County (503) 325-5724
  • Columbia County (503) 397-5211 or 1-866-866-1426
  • Coos County (541) 266-6800
  • Crook County (541) 322-7500, #9
  • Curry County 1-877-519-9322
  • Deschutes County (541) 322-7500, #9
  • Douglas County (541) 530-2834
  • Gilliam County (541) 676-9161
  • Grant County (541) 676-9161
  • Harney County (541) 573-8376
  • Hood River, Wasco, & Sherman Counties Weekdays: Hood River (541) 386-2620; The Dalles (541) 296-5452; Evenings & Weekends: (541) 296-6307 all areas
  • Jackson County (541) 774-8201
  • Jefferson County (541) 322-7500, #9
  • Josephine County (541) 474-5360
  • Klamath County (541) 883-1030
  • Lake County (541) 573-8376
  • Lane County Weekdays: (458) 205-7070; Evenings & Weekends: (541) 510-5088
  • Lincoln County Weekdays (541) 574-5960; Evenings & Weekends 1-888-232-7192
  • Linn County Weekdays: (541) 967-3866 or 1-800-304-7468; Evenings & Weekends: 1-800-560-5535
  • Malheur County (541) 523-5903
  • Marion County (503) 585-4949
  • Morrow County (541) 676-9161
  • Multnomah County (503) 988-4888 or 1-800-716-9769
  • Polk County Weekdays: (503) 623-9289, #1; Evenings & Weekends: (503) 581-5535 or 1-800-560-5833
  • Tillamook County (503) 842-8201 or 1-800-962-2851
  • Umatilla County (541) 240-8030
  • Union County (541) 962-8800
  • Wallowa County (541) 398-1175
  • Washington County EASA Participants: (971) 244-4635; Not enrolled in EASA: (503) 291-9111
  • Wheeler County (541) 676-9161
  • Yamhill County Weekdays: (503) 434-7523; Evenings & Weekends: 1-800-560-5535

For a complete list of crisis contacts within Oregon, please visit the list of crisis services.

Refer to EASA

Are you or someone you know a young person experiencing psychosis? Please call these numbers to make an appointment with your nearest EASA team to receive information and support:

  • Baker County (541) 523-3646
  • Benton County (541) 223-4666
  • Clackamas County (503) 496-3201, #1244 or (503) 710-8843
  • Clatsop County (503) 298-7416 or (503) 325-0241, Ext. #262
  • Columbia County (503) 397-5211, #128
  • Coos County (541) 266-6769
  • Curry County (541) 373-0279
  • Deschutes, Crook, & Jefferson Counties (541) 213-6851
  • Douglas County (541) 440-3532 or 1-800-866-9780
  • Grant, Gilliam, Morrow, & Wheeler Counties (541) 676-9161
  • Harney & Lake Counties (541) 573-8376
  • Hood River, Wasco, & Sherman Counties (541) 296-5452, #4330
  • Jackson County (541) 770-7768
  • Josephine County (541) 244-3138
  • Klamath County (541) 883-1030
  • Lane County (458) 205-7070
  • Lincoln County (541) 265-4179
  • Linn County (541) 974-7946
  • Malheur County (541) 889-9167
  • Marion County (503) 576-4690
  • Multnomah County (503) 988-3272
  • Polk County (503) 623-9289, Ext. #2455
  • Tillamook County (503) 842-8201 or 1-800-962-2851
  • Umatilla County Pendleton: (541) 276-6207, Hermiston: (541) 567-2536
  • Union County (541) 962-8800
  • Wallowa County (541) 426-0811
  • Washington County (503) 705-9999
  • Yamhill County (503) 583-5527

Find Help in the U.S.

If you or someone you know is a young person experiencing psychosis outside Oregon, you can find a program near you in the Early Psychosis Directory.

Search the Directory Spreadsheet here >> or search the Google Map here >>

To add, remove, or edit information in the Early Psychosis Directory, please use this form >>

Resources for Professionals

Basic Information

EASA Practice Guidelines (2013)

OT Manual

Conference Call Instructions and Descriptions

This handout includes the instructions for joining a consultation conference call, the call schedule, definitions and invited participants, and areas of inclusion.

Certification Process Full Description

This text document explains the staff certification process in full with guidelines for how to complete each element

Certification Process Rubric

This Rubric accompanies the Full Description as an at-a-glance guide to the process and the evaluation qualities the EASA program seeks to successfully complete process elements.

Certification Process Checklist

Print this checklist (also found on the last page of the Rubric) to track your progress through the Certification Process.

Brochure for Referents (PDF)

This PDF is meant to be printed at will. Please contact for other versions.

EASA Medications Exam

EASA Medications Exam Study Guide (PDF)

Data Collection

REDCap Data Orientation

This is a recording of an orientation to the REDCap data system. EASA Clinicians who collect, enter, and/or analyze data should attend a REDCap Orientation at least once before working with data. Supervisors determine which EASA clinicians should have access to the REDCap data system and responsibilities therein.

Download the PowerPoint Slides for this presentation.

*NEW* EASA Program Education and Outreach Form

Please use the forms below for data collecion notes only. There is no reason to be sending in paper forms--all data should ultimately be entered into REDCap.

Referral Form
Intake Form
Quarterly Outcome Review Form
Hospitalization Details Form
Discharge Form

Other Forms and Tools

MFG - Family Guidelines

This should be hung in all MFG rooms and also given out to families regardless of MFG participation. 

MFG - Action Plan

This is the form that is used during MFG or SFE to document the ideas created and action plan.

MFG Brochure

Editable brochure from Union County EASA - Please feel free to use! Thanks La Grande team!
(Coming soon en espanol)

MFG Workshop PowerPoint

Editable slideshow from Union County EASA - Please feel free to use! Thanks La Grande team!
(Coming soon en espanol)

MFG Workshop Prezi

Editable prezi from Washington County EASA - Please feel free to use! Thanks to Chance Summers!

Family Input Form

A form that can be provided to families/support systems as they enter EASA. The info can be added to your MHAs to avoid duplication. It contains all the key elements to address with families per our guidelines.


The most recent version of the SIPS.

*NOTE: You cannot use the SIPS until you have been trained in the assessment. Contact the EASA Center for Excellence for training schedule details.

SIPS - Spanish Version

PQ-B - Instructions for Clinicans


This is the screening form to determine if a participant should be referred to the SIPS.

EASA Process Checklist

This is a summary of areas to cover with participants and families throughout their experience in EASA.

EASA Screen Assessment

This form covers the key screening areas to determine if a good fit for EASA, also can be integrated into MHA.

Welcome Letter from Leadership Council

Here is the letter from the Young Adult Leadership Council welcoming new participants to EASA.

Strengths Assessment

The assessment you can use to determine participant strengths and to guide the treatment plan.

Risk Assessment

This forms covers all the areas in fidelity to appropriately assess the various risks early psychosis clients may experience.

General Health Questionnaire

A questionnaire your staff (preferably from medical team, but not required) can fill out with new EASA participants to assess for health risks.

Nurse Monitoring Form

These are key health elements that are to be monitored throughout treatment.

FACT Template

This is a form you can use to guide your weekly FACT meetings.

FACT Article

This is a key article for the impact of FACT treatment.

Miller Duncan Tool

These are tools that can be used to seek feedback from participants and social supports on how treatment and the relationships are going in EASA.

Transition Checklist

This is a modified checklist (from the practice guidelines) that can be used as participants are transitioning out of EASA.

Relapse Prevention Plan

Here is an example of a RPP you can use with participants and social supports.

Community Education Template

Posted May 2019

Community Education Core Presentation

A form on the key elements you should attempt to cover when doing community education on EASA.

Community Education Demonstration Example

In this video, Katie Hayden-Lewis and Tania Kneuer enact a stellar Community Ed. demonstration.

Resources for EASA Administrators and Clinicians

Early Intervention Program and Resource Compendium

Developed for SAMHSA by NASHMPD and NRI
Posted February 2015

Cultural Competency Checklist

Liz Holden
Posted February 2015

Emerging Adults, Psychosis, and the Legal System

Posted March 2015
Maria Bonacci, Michelle Roberts, Elinor Taylor, Tamara Sale

Crisis plan (Word)

Posted January 2013

Screening form example

Multnomah Co. EASA
Posted June 2014

Template referral guidelines (Word)

This document is a template for local programs
Posted January 2013

Community Powerpoint presentation (PowerPoint)

Posted January 2013

Person-centered language presentation (PowerPoint)

Also see the accompanying handout.

People First Language handout

Sample Texting Protocol

Posted May 2015

Sample Texting ROI

Posted May 2015

Sample Screen-Out Letter

Updated December 2014

EASA Provider Workshop (Community Education Example)

Multnomah County EASA Team
Posted January 2015

Grant Proposal Example Timeline

Posted October 2014

Grant Proposal Template

Posted October 2014

EASA Materials in Spanish

EASA Brochure in Spanish

Translated by Michelle Roberts

Problem Solving Selection (translated to Spanish)

Posted February 2018

Path to Recovery (translated to Spanish)

Posted October 2014

Family Roles (translated to Spanish)

Posted October 2014

Family Guidelines (translated to Spanish)

Posted October 2014

EASA Materials in Vietnamese

EASA Family Guidelines in Vietnamese

EASA Staff
Posted October 2015

Training Materials

EASA Introductory Training Webinar Series

This 3-part webseries covers the Introductory Training for EASA Clinicians. All EASA staff are required to attend the Intro Training at least once, either in-person or online, preferrably early in their work with EASA.

Download the Powerpoint Slides: PowerPoint Session 1, PowerPoint Session 2, PowerPoint Session 3

In order to get Certification Process credit and CEUs, please complete the corresponding knowledge retention quiz after each session.

Session 1 Quiz >>

Session 2 Quiz >>

Session 3 Quiz >>

Handouts for this webseries can be found by clicking the "EASA Introductory Training Handouts" link below.

EASA Introductory Training Handouts

EASA Center for Excellence
Updated December 2017

EASA Differential Diagnosis Training Handouts

EASA Center for Excellence
Updated August 2016

EASA MFG Training Handouts

EASA Center for Excellence
Updated June 2017

MFG Workshop Planning Checklist

Tara Hare
Posted March 2014

Dual Diagnosis Toolkit

Posted May 2014

Basics of Schizophrenia Webinar Recording (1.13hrs)

Dr. Kim T. Mueser via NAVIGATE
Posted Feb 2016

National Technical Assistance Handouts

Advice from EASA's Young Adult Leadership Council

The Young Adult Leadership Council
Posted September 2014

Cultural Considerations

Leticia Sainz
Posted September 2014

Trauma and Psychosis

Elinor Taylor
Posted September 2014

Young Adult Identity, Psychosis, and Stigma

Katie Hayden-Lewis
Posted September 2014

Common Experience vs. Intended Result of Early Psychosis Intervention

Posted September 2014

Clients, Family and Friends

Help When You Need It

A family member of a person experiencing psychosis created this amazing resource. Enter in your zip code, and it finds the nearest social help, health care, social services, food stamp retailers, etc. available. Check it out!

Family Guidelines (PDF)

Posted January 2013

Family Guidelines in Spanish (PDF)

Posted January 2013

Learning about Schizophrenia: Rays of Hope (PDF)

A reference manual for Families & Caregivers - 1.79 MB

Questions & Answers for Family Members handout (Word download)

Questions and answers for family members about sharing confidential information.

Minor Rights: Access and Consent to Health Care (PDF)

This resource is intended to provide basic information about minors’ ability to consent to health care services, as well as how health care information is treated in Oregon.