A 24-hour agency that serves Multnomah County residents and family/friends who are concerned about a Multnomah County resident’s mental health. They can offer secure transport to hospitals for people that need to be placed on a hold.
A 24-hour agency that serves everyone – not just women. The agency has a sexual assault program, which means they are able to meet a sexual assault or domestic violence survivor anywhere in the community, such as a hospital, police station, or neighborhood coffee shot.
Project Respond is the mobile mental health crisis response team for Multnomah County. We are accessed through the Multnomah County Call Center and provide crisis assessment to individuals and families within the county experiencing a mental health emergency. Our service is for all residents regardless of insurance, age, or income, with a primary focus on clients not currently enrolled in mental health services.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency and wish to speak with Project Respond please call the Multnomah County Call Center at 503-988-4888 or 1-800-716-9769. If it is a life threatening emergency please call 911.
Assistance in accessing various United Way services such as housing, shelter, child care, food stamps, and Women, Infants and Children (WIC). They can also provide information about the Oregon Health Plan.
Washington County Crisis Line: (se habla espanol)
Help is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week for people experiencing a mental health crisis. Concerned friends, family or community members are also encouraged to call.
The Washington County Crisis Line is staffed by experienced counselors who have at a minimum a masters degree. The Crisis Line provides assessment, crisis intervention, referrals to local resources and treatment. The Crisis Line works closely with other community crisis services including the Crisis Team, 911 and local emergency rooms.
The Washington County Crisis Team
The Washington County Crisis Team is comprised of masters-level clinicians who can respond 24 hours a day to children and adults in crisis when face-to-face contact is needed. There is no charge for this service. Available services include:
– Urgent mental health and safety assessments at our clinic in Beaverton or in the community as needed
– Assistance with referrals for ongoing treatment services and resources
– Brief crisis stabilization and safety planning
– Prioritized response for police, fire and EMS on mental health calls
– Interpreters are provided for non-English speakers