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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

Behavioral/Mental Health Services

Marion County Children’s Behavioral Health (CBH)

CBH offers a full range of outpatient services, including mental health assessments, individual/family/group counseling, case management/consultation, skills training, psychiatric assessment and medication management, and crisis intervention. Services available to Medicaid eligible clients ages 0-18 and their families.


Children’s Behavioral Health

Children’s Behavioral Health
3867 Wolverine St NE Bldg F
Salem, OR 97305

Children’s Behavioral Health - Rural Services

Children’s Behavioral Health- Rural Services
976 N Pacific Highway
Woodburn, OR 97071
Phone: (503) 981-5851

Centralized Intake Line

(503) 576-4676

Marion County Youth & Family Crisis Services

Our mission is to provide trauma informed, culturally responsive mental health crisis screenings and services to youth and families in all of Marion County who are 0 to 17 years old. Crisis screenings are at no cost.

1118 Oak Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: (503) 576-4673
Fax: (503) 576-4591

Psychiatric Crisis Center (PCC)

The Psychiatric Crisis Center (PCC) provides crisis intervention services seven days a week, twenty four hours a day for residents of the Mid-Willamette Valley, particularly Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. It is located on the campus of Salem Hospital.

1118 Oak St SE, Salem, OR 97301
Open 24 hours
(503) 585-4949


Transitional Age Youth Services

Marion County Health Department’s Transitional Age Youth serves ages 12-25.  All services are delivered in English and/or Spanish.

3878 Beverly Ave NE, Building H
Salem, OR 97305
phone: (503) 576-4600
fax: (503) 584-4837

Catholic Community Services | Building Community

We champion the positive development of children and adults, strengthen families, and build community.

Bishop Steiner Building
3737 Portland Rd NE
Salem, OR


Central Health And Wellness Center

Open with Telehealth – School based health center (medical, dental & behavioral health services for Central School District students & youth of all ages)  


Project ABLE: A Better Life Experience

Peer support to anyone with a mental health challenge. Support groups are also available.

1599 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97301


Yamhill County Family & Youth Program

Family and Youth Programs provide services to meet the mental health, addictions, and behavioral needs experienced by children, adolescents, and their families. If you are not certain what you need, call us and we can help sort it out with you. If we can’t help, we will likely be able to refer you to someone else who can.

420 NE 5th St.
McMinnville, OR 97128


National Alliance On Mental Illness (Nami)

We are a statewide grassroots organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness, as well as their families and loved ones.



Polk County Behavioral Health

Open with phone or video registration & services


Crisis Services

Polk County Crisis Line

503-581-5535 or 800-560-5833 (After Hours)

Marion County Crisis Line


Youth And Family Crisis Services

503-576-HOPE (4673)

Yamhill County Crisis Line


Lines For Life

Text 2738255 to 839863


Legal Services 

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 – Programs to Help you Find the Right Lawyer

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

Bridgeway Recovery Services: Drug Rehabilitation, Mental Health, Medical Services

Providing addiction recovery, problem gambling treatment, mental health therapy, and primary medical care.

Main (503)363-2021
Detox (503)399-5597


Alcohol and Drug Services – Marion County Health and Human Services Addiction Treatment Services

2045 Silverton Rd NE Suite A
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 588-5358


Disability Services

Empowering families experiencing disability — FACT Oregon

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


Marion County Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services

3180 Center St NE
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 588-5288


Polk County Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities

182 SW Academy Street Suite 350
Dallas, OR 97338
Ph.: (503) 831-5969
Fax: (503) 623-1874


Developmental Disabilities Services | Yamhill County Oregon Health and Human Services

330 NE Kirby St
McMinnville, OR 97128


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
Phone: 855.323.6744


Support Groups (Non-OFSN)

NAMI Family Support Group

Salem Hospital Community Health Education Center – NAMI Family Support Groups are free, confidential and safe groups of families helping other families who live with mental health challenges by utilizing their collective lived experiences and learned group wisdom.

890 Oak Street SE
Salem 97301


Parent Support Group - Yamhill County Family & Youth

Weekly support groups for parents and other caregivers of children with challenging behaviors.

420 NE 5th Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
503.435.9107 or 503.434.7462

For more information, please contact: Jan Urton



Yamhill County Family Advocacy Network is a gathering of families who gather together on the first Monday of each month from 6-8pm. It is a place for finding support among families who have shared lived experiences navigating multiple systems on behalf of children experiencing mental health or behavioral health needs and also to work together toward shared goals. Dinner, dessert and guided youth activities are provided.

*YamFAN will instead meet on the second Monday of the month if the first Monday falls on either a holiday or during inclement weather.

600 NE Evans St, McMinnville, OR 97128


Navigating Autism and Other Development Disabilities Support and Resource Group

Connect with other families, learn about resources, get support with what steps to take next, share behavior support strategies, and find ways to cope with stress.

Community Health Education Center
939 Oak St. SE, Building D, classroom 2
Salem, OR 97301
3rd Friday of every month, 6-8pm.



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 3rd 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



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