Mental Health Resources for Low Income or Uninsured
(please note that resources are links that will direct you to an external website)
The Coalition of Community Health Clinics improves healthcare for vulnerable populations residing in the Portland metropolitan area. We achieve this mission by strengthening community health clinics and fostering collaboration across the safety net delivery system. Click on the logo to connect to their website!
Are you a parent to at least one child aged birth to five years old? Or are you an expectant mother? Our Counseling Services for individuals, couples, children, and families may be able to help you or your child. As well as traditional counseling services, we also offer Play Therapy for children 3 to 5 years old. Our Master level interns are supervised by a licensed clinician. Swan Counseling Services is a free resource through Family Stepping Stones. For information and referral, please contact 503.496.5752 or email@example.com.
“Power of the Parents” Program: The Center for Family and Adolescent Research (CFAR) is NE Portland is offering FREE counseling to parents and guardians concerned about a substance-using youth (ages 15-20) who is refusing treatment. Individual and group sessions utilize the evidence-based CRAFT approach to help parents make positive behavioral and communication changes at home to discourage substance use and encourage treatment entry. Free treatment is also available for youth later engaged in the program. Services are offered for free as part of an NIH-funded research grant. Available to any parents within the Portland metro area found to be eligible for the research study/ Interested parents may call 503-243-1065. Please click this organizations logo to link to their website and find more information.
At Horse Sense, our students come from all sectors of the community. We really believe in youth development and try to provide a safe, inclusive environment where anyone can learn to appreciate and care for horses. While not specifically a therapeutic program, we do have a wide range of students with physical and emotional disabilities and work with several community non-profits and children’s group homes each month. We believe that horses teach patience, compassion, teamwork and communication skills and we love sharing these experiences with individuals and businesses in our community.
“VIEWS stands for Volunteers Involved for the Emotional Well-being of Seniors and offers support groups and Conversation on Aging discussion groups that provide emotional support, unconditional listening, and sharing of experiences. VIEWS is a program of Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, a nonprofit healthcare provider.”