If you need support and lack insurance and/or the means to pay the high cost of therapy, there are options in the community. Access nearly-free support from graduate counseling interns across town:
William Temple House 503-226-3021
PSU Counseling Clinic 503-725-4620
Lewis & Clark Counseling 503-768-8320
Good Samaritan 503-644-2339
If you are having thoughts of suicide or homicide, or having a mental health emergency, a 24/7 support person can be reached:
Lines for Life 800-273-8255
Or you can go to the nearest ER.
If you are safe but need urgent help, call the crisis line or go to an urgent mental health walk-in clinic:
Cascadia Walk-In (SE Pdx) 503-963-2575
Hawthorn Walk-In (Hillsboro) 503-846-4555
Leaving an abuser can be the most important and the most dangerous and difficult thing you'll ever do. If you plan to, or have left a violent relationship or marriage, please reach out to an advocate. An advocate will never make demands or shame you, but will help you understand your options and the available resources.
Advocates can also help survivors of sexual assault get timely emotional, medical and trauma support, access services as desired (both medical and legal) and understand all the options.
Call to Safety (Pdx) 24/7: 503-235-5333
Safe Choice (Clark Co.) 24/7: 360-695-0501
National DV Hotline: 1-800-799-7233