Crisis Resources for Families

Last Updated: September 11, 2020 |
Published On: September 11, 2020 |
Categories: Family Wellnes, HomeCoach |

Mental Health Support

All our lives have changed because of the unprecedented Coronavirus outbreak. We’re all doing the best we can. It’s important right now to support each other. We need to take care of our physical and mental health. Below are links to resources that can help.

Contact a School Counselor

Request to speak with a Salem-Keizer Public Schools counselor (online form)

Food Resources & Utility Assistance

Oregon Food Bank Statewide Food Finder (website) – Type in your zip code and access free groceries, meals, produce, and other programs in your area. Please call ahead before visiting a partner agency.

211 Utility Assistance Programs (website) – This is an online database to find utility assistance programs in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Mental Health & Wellness

Center for Hope and Safety (website) – 503-399-7722 – This agency offers a safe refuge and support to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking.

Coronavirus Anxiety Resources (website) – The team at Shine, in partnership with Mental Health America, has vetted and compiled a wealth of research-backed and helpful tools for you: articles, meditations, access to mental health experts, anxiety screenings and more.

Marion County Health and Human Services (website) – 503-576-4676

Trillium Family Services – Clinical/Therapeutic Services – 888-333-6177

Crisis Hotlines

Lines for Life – Suicide Hotline
Suicide Lifeline (website): 800-273-8255
Youth Line (website): 877-968-8491 | TEXT ‘teen2teen’ to 839863 – get-help for info and online chat

Psychiatric Crisis Center
503-585-4949

Northwest Human Services (website)
Crisis Hotline: 503-581-5535 | 1-800-560-5535

Polk County Behavioral Health Crisis Line
Daytime: 503-623-9289 | Evening: 503-581-5535

Download the Crisis Resources for Families flyer PDF