Mental Health Call Center

Mental Health Call Center

Toll-free: 800.716.9769
Hearing-impaired dial: 711
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

The Mental Health Call Center is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by a highly-educated, well-trained staff. The call center offers

  • Crisis Counseling by phone, with translation services for non-English speakers
  • 24/7 mobile crisis outreach for in-person assessment
  • Referral to low-cost or sliding-scale agencies
  • Help finding mental health providers, including those who have culturally linguistically specific services
  • Information about non-crisis community resources

Crisis System Feedback

We are asking for input about the crisis system of care: what you think works and where you think it needs improvement. Your opinions are important to us so please take some time to answer questions on a short survey.

Other area mental health crisis lines

Clackamas County
503.655.8585

Washington County
503.291.9111

Clark County
360.696.9560
1.800.686.8137

Urgent Walk-In Clinic

4212 SE Division St.

Portland, OR 97206

Open 7 am to 10:30 pm, seven days a week

New 2013 Call Center Crisis Poster - Stop (32.04 KB)

New 2013 Call Center Crisis Poster - Hold On. (31.81 KB)

New 2013 Call Center Crisis Poster - Hope (31.79 KB)

Heeseung Kang, Mental Health Crisis System Manager

Source: multco.us
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