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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

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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) 440-3532
    or 1-800-866-9780
  • 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
    (458) 205-7070
  • 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, #6
  • 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
    1-844-842-8200

For a complete list of crisis contacts within Oregon, please visit the Oregon.gov 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) 519-3239
  • Benton County
    (541) 223-4666
  • Clackamas County
    (503) 496-3201, #1244
    or (503) 710-8843
  • Clatsop County
    (971) 704-4071
  • Columbia County
    (503) 397-5211, #173
  • Coos County
    (541) 266-6761
  • Curry County
    (541) 813-2535, #3270
  • Deschutes, Crook, & Jefferson Counties
    (541) 213-6851
  • Douglas County
    (541) 440-3532
    or (541) 530-2834
  • Grant, Gilliam, Morrow, & Wheeler Counties
    (541) 625-1623
  • Harney & Lake Counties
    (541) 589-5148
  • 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, #350
  • Marion County
    (503) 576-4690
  • Multnomah County
    (503) 988-3272
  • Polk County
    (503) 385-7417
  • Tillamook County
    (503) 842-8201
    or 1-800-962-2851
  • Umatilla County
    (541) 567-2536, #723
  • Union County
    (541) 962-8874
  • 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 >>

If you are between the ages of 15-25 and are experiencing new mental health symptoms or unusual experiences and want to learn if EASA or another mental health program could be helpful to you, take this survey

Multi-family Group Training


Overview Recording

In May 2020, Katie Hayden-Lewis PhD LPC gave a webinar-based overview of the Multifamily Group intervention as a precursor to the in-person skills training.

Take the knowledge check quiz for CEUs >>


Joining Session Example

This is a brief example of what a portion of an initial joining session might contain that prepares young people, their families and supporters to participate in the Multifamily Group or Single Family Education (MFG/SFE) workshop and ongoing problem solving groups.

Please use the Joining Session Structure Checklist (also linked in the Handouts below) to evaluate the target items the team member covers in the short simulated video.

Keep in mind that MFG/SFE facilitators complete three joining sessions, each session lasting approximately 45-90 minutes. The three joining sessions will cover the elements on the checklist in a way that strengthens engagement, provides resources, and addresses the needs, hopes, strengths, challenges, and concerns of family members, young people, and their supporters.

Here are some questions to think about while you watch the video:
What was covered?
How was engagement promoted?
What might you add or do differently?


Handouts

Please download and/or print the following handouts prior to a web-based MFG Training.

You DO NOT need to obtain these handouts prior to an in-person training setting--they will be provided to you at the training.

If you encounter any technical difficulties, please email us right away at easac4e@pdx.edu.