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Finding Therapist

Resources for Finding a Therapist


Crisis Lines for Mental Health Support Right Now

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

If you do not think you can keep yourself safe right now, please call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988 or ask someone you trust to take you to the nearest emergency department or crisis center.


You can also text the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline to speak with a trained crisis worker at your local center at 988.

VideoPhone Crisis Line

DeafLEAD provides direct services for Deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened, and DeafBlind individuals.


If you are in crisis and want to speak with an advocate, call 321-800-3323. You can also text "HAND" to 839863.

Trans Lifeline

Trans Lifeline is a peer support and crisis hotline serving transgender people. All of the operators are trans-identified. 

To speak with a Trans Lifeline operator , call 877-565-8860. 

Oregon Youth Line

Oregon Youth Line is a teen-to-teen crisis line available from 4-10pm PST. An adult counselor will be available at all other times.


You can call the Oregon Youth Line at 877-968-8491 or text "teen2teen" to 839863.

Sexual Assault Line

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is an anti-sexual violence organization which operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

To talk to someone for support about sexual assault, call 800-656-4673 or visit the National Sexual Assault Hotline website to chat online.

TREVOR Project

The TREVOR Project provides 24/7 support for LGBTQ+ Youth. All conversation are confidential. Youth can share as much or as little as they want.

You can call at 866-488-7386 or text "START" to 678678.


BlackLine is a volunteer-run hotline for Black people, by Black people. They provide support for negative experiences as well as assistance with reporting instances of discrimination. Although BlackLine focuses on Black individuals, they will answer calls from anyone.

To speak with a BlackLine advocate, call 800-604-5841.

online treatment

Online Treatment Resources

Want to learn some therapy skills now? On a wait list for a therapist and need some help while you wait? Want to make a plan that could help next time you have thoughts about self-harm? Check out these free, short resources that might help.

Free Mental Health Help for LGBTQ+ and QTPOC Teens

Project RESTORE provides multiple interventions for adolescents struggling with mental health. These interventions were developed specifically for LGBTQ+ and QTPOC adolescents but still welcomes all teens.

1-session Support for Parents of Youth with Anxiety

Project EMPOWER provides a free online session teaching parents skills to build bravery and reduce anxiety in children and pre-adolescents.

Free 30-min Activities to Help with Teen Mental Health

Check these resources out from Project YES to help with stress, mood, and self-esteem.

Available in 5 languages.

More Info

More Information on Mental Health

How to figure out which apps are evidence-based

MindApps is a multi-national project that tells you which apps have good research evidence. They include apps that are available for Android and iOS.

Learn More About Depression and Suicide

Learn about common mental health challenges including depression and suicide through this free online course by Boston University.

Learn More About Stress

Learn about stress through this free online course from Boston University.

Guide to Technology and Mental Health

Psychologist and professor Jacqueline Nesi shares the latest research on technology and the people who use it, plus practical tips for living and parenting in the digital age

Learn More About Substance Use

Take this free online course on substance use in adolescence from Boston University.

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