Teen and Family Resources
2020 was a strange year, and things are changing every day. It's a lot to deal with.
If you or someone you know is feeling stressed, anxious, sad, or hopeless, please don't hesitate to use these resources for help. They are here for you and so are we.
Coronavirus Self Checker
Are you not feeling well, but unsure if it could be coronavirus? Use the quiz to check your symptoms. (click logo)
If you are still worried that it might be COVID-19, or just want peace of mind, go to HHS.gov to find a free testing center near you.
Community-Based Testing Sites for COVID-19
COVID-19 tests are available at no cost nationwide at health centers and select pharmacies.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act ensures that COVID-19 testing is free to anyone in the U.S., including the uninsured.
Click below to search for test centers in your state.
National Study - Apply for Free Therapy
DO YOU HAVE OR KNOW A TEEN IN CRISIS -
Suffering from anxiety, depression, or substance abuse?
The University of New Hampshire is currently conducting a nationwide research study focused on the effectiveness of Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare (OBH) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for adolescents and it is offering significant benefits for teens who qualify. Please take action ASAP as space is very limited. Click HERE to learn more. Thank you for your attention to this time-sensitive opportunity to help teens in crisis. This is an unprecedented, timely, and cost-saving chance for Pacific Northwest families to receive therapeutic and financial help. Thank you to our friends at Wilderness4Life for sharing this amazing opportunity!
Crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. Text START to 678678 or TrevorLifeLine 1(866) 488-7386
Youth Mental Health
Report child abuse to the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline by calling 1-855-503-SAFE (7233). 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Using this toll free number you can also report child abuse by calling a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police.
Offices within local communities are responsible for receiving and investigating reports of suspected child abuse and neglect. Reports are received by Child Protective Services (CPS) located in each community office and assessed to determine whether the report meets the legal definition of abuse or neglect and how dangerous the situation is.