Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington
Welcome to our online community of services and support!
Oregon Family Support Network wants to connect you to our partners and resources that can provide information or additional services and support for you and your family. The intersectionality of care systems can be a maze at times, and we are here to support you through that journey. Reach Out Oregon has compiled a list of county and community specific resources that can assist you in finding the help you are looking for.
If you need additional information, please call Reach Out Oregon at 1-833-REACH-OR (1-833-732-2467). Or you can email us at email@example.com
Behavioral/Mental Health Services
Clackamas Behavioral Health Division
Catholic Community Services- North Oregon
Catholic Community Services Family Behavioral Health Southend site is a licensed children’s mental health and foster care provider, serving youth from 5 to 18 years of age.
1904 SE Division St.
Portland, OR 97202
Multnomah Mental Health Services
System of Care for Children and Families (Mental Health Care). Behavioral Health endorses a recovery philosophy and believes that treatment should be community-based as much as possible to incorporate the child and family’s existing support systems. The system of care for children and families serves children and youth up to age 21 through a variety of programs including outpatient, intensive community-based, and psychiatric residential treatment.
(503) 988-4888 ( if you don’t have insurance and need sliding scale providers)
(503) 823-4000 General Information Line
NAMI Clackamas County
NAMI offers many classes and support opportunities to family members of a loved one experiencing mental health issues and those with mental health issues themselves.
(503) 344 5050
10202 SE 32nd Ave., Suite 501
The Living Room (TLR)
Drop-in providing a safe, healthy, empowering space where LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning) youth, ages 14–20, and allies can connect with one another and resources.
Atkinson Memorial Church
710 6th St.
Oregon City, OR 97045
Washington County Mental Health Services- Children, Youth & Family
Children, Youth & Family Services Programs encompass a wide-variety of office and community-based services, as well as school and home-based services for children and their families living with mental illness. Services are available to expectant mothers and parents up to and including youth who are 22 years of age.
Youth ERA Clackamas
Provides a drop-in center for youth/young adults in transition, ages 14–25 years. People can participate in a number of activities at the Drop and access Young Adult Peer Support Specialists for one-to-one peer support. YE also provides a peer specialized in support for young people after a death by suicide occurs in the community.
Youth MOVE Drop: 11097 SE 21st Ave., Milwaukie
Clackamas County Crisis Line
Multnomah County Crisis Line
Washington County Crisis Line
Oregon Kinship Navigator
Oregon Kinship Navigator (OKN) is a statewide resource and referral service for grandparents raising grandchildren and other relative caregivers. Whether you need legal help, access to services, or to find support for you and your family, OKN was created to help you find answers!
Modest Means Program- Oregon State Bar
Oregon lawyers created the Modest Means Program to help moderate-income Oregonians find affordable legal assistance. Eligibility for the program is based upon type of legal matter, applicant income and assets, and availability of participating lawyers. If you qualify for the program, the Modest Means lawyer will charge you a reduced rate for any additional legal work provided to you beyond the initial consultation.
Addictions Recovery/Treatment Services
Clackamas County-Youth Substance Abuse Treatment program
Prevention, early intervention, outpatient therapy, and after care treatment services are available for children and youth experiencing or at risk of developing alcohol or drug abuse problems. We work closely with youth to identify and make progress on their personal recovery goals.
2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
Hawthorn Walk-In Center Mental Health & Addictions Care
Services at the Hawthorn Walk-in Center include assessment; crisis counseling and education regarding mental health and addiction; peer support; and connection to treatment providers and other social services. It might be possible to accomplish all of this in one visit, or we may ask you to come back for a follow-up. All ages are welcome at the center. A special family waiting area is available for young children or youth. Larger counseling rooms can accommodate family and friends.
5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy
Hillsboro, OR 97124
FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.
2475 SE Ladd Ave., Suite 430
Portland, OR 97214
503.786.6082 or 888.988.3228
Oregon Family To Family Health Information Center
The Oregon Family to Family Health Information Center supports families and caregivers of children with special health needs to navigate the complex health care systems. Staffed entirely by parents of children and youth with a variety of health conditions, we provide free one-to-one support, training, and printed materials to families and the professionals who serve them. This website houses hundreds of resources for parents, grandparents, teens, and young adults.
707 SW Gaines Street
Portland, OR 97239
Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP)
State Of Oregon- Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities CDDP Listings. Find services near you.
Clackamas County Developmental Services
Clackamas County offers many services for children with Developmental Disabilities. Please call for more information about the services listed below.
Main Number (503) 655-8640
Intake and Eligibility (503) 557-2824
Services for Children with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
For children who live at home, in group homes or in foster homes with non-relative families. Education goals, activities, and plans for transitioning into adulthood.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Office
209 SW 4th Ave
Portland, OR 97204-0000
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Gresham
2951 NW Division Street Suite 200
Gresham, OR 97030
Washington County Developmental Disabilities
Our purpose is to provide service coordination for eligible individuals.
5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy #150
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Support Groups (Non-OFSN)
NAMI – Molalla Family/Peer Group
Molalla Christian Church
223 E 3rd St.
Molalla, OR 97038
1st Monday each month 6:30 – 8:00pm
NAMI – Oregon City Family/Peer Group
Oregon City Evangelical Church
1024 Linn Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045
Dinner, program, support sessions
2nd Tuesday of each month 6:00–9:00pm
NAMI – Sandy Family/Peer Group
Immanuel Lutheran Church
39901 Pleasant St.
Sandy, OR 97055
3rd Saturday each month 9:00 – 10:30am
NAMI Parent Support Group
For parents and caregivers of children/adolescents with mental health differences.
NAMI Multnomah Office
522 NE 52nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97213
Third Tuesday of every month 6-7:30pm
Third Thursday of every month 11am-12:30pm
Kaiser Gender Pathways Clinic- Parent Guardian Support Group
Come and meet with other parents of trans/non-binary/gender-expansive kids in a group facilitated by a GPC social worker! Bring your questions, your struggles, and your victories!
When: The 1 st and 3 rd Mondays of the month, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
How: Virtual meeting through Microsoft Teams
Cost: No charge, but registration is required.
To register, contact Lisa Smith, LCSW