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2023

Oregon

In the state of Oregon between 2013 and 2019, 113 people were killed by the police.

Eugene

CAHOOTS

https://whitebirdclinic.org/cahoots/

CAHOOTS provides mobile crisis intervention 24/7 in the Eugene-Springfield Metro area. Each team consists of a medic (either a nurse or an EMT) & a crisis worker (who has at least several years experience in the mental health field). CAHOOTS provides immediate stabilization in case of urgent medical need or psychological crisis, assessment, information, referral, advocacy & (in some cases) transportation to the next step in treatment.

Springfield

CAHOOTS

https://whitebirdclinic.org/cahoots/

CAHOOTS provides mobile crisis intervention 24/7 in the Eugene-Springfield Metro area. Each team consists of a medic (either a nurse or an EMT) & a crisis worker (who has at least several years experience in the mental health field). CAHOOTS provides immediate stabilization in case of urgent medical need or psychological crisis, assessment, information, referral, advocacy & (in some cases) transportation to the next step in treatment.

Baker County

New Directions Total Health Crisis Services

https://newdirectionsnw.org/total-health/#crisis

A mental health crisis is a situation in which someone is at risk to themselves or others due to a mental illness. The mental health program provides a range of crisis intervention services which can be accessed by calling 541 519 7126

Coos County

Coos Health and Wellness Crisis Services Mobile Response Team

https://cooshealthandwellness.org/behavioral-health/crisis-services/

Crisis services are available to all Coos County residents and visitors. CHW operates a 24/7 crisis line. Crisis walk-in services are also available at our Coos Bay offices at 281 LaClair Street. CHW also operates a mobile response team that will respond within the community at homes, businesses or other necessary locations to help provide immediate crisis and stabilization services to those undergoing a mental or behavioral emergency. 

Clatsop County

Clatsop Behavioral HealthCare Crisis Services

https://www.clatsopbh.org/crisis-services.php

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare’s Mobile Crisis Team operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We collaborate with law enforcement, local hospitals, our local crisis line provider, and our community to ensure a timely, compassionate response whenever someone experiences a crisis, wherever that may be in Clatsop County. The crisis team ensures that a person experiencing a crisis receives the right interventions, in the moments they need it the most.

Hood River, Sherman, Wasco Counties

Mid-Columbia Center For Living Crisis Services

https://www.mccfl.org/services/mental-health/crisis/

24/7 crisis support is provided for adults and children at risk to harm themselves and/or others, and/or an inability to care for oneself due to mental health problems.

Klamath County

Klamath Basin Behavioral Health Mobile Response Team

https://www.kbbh.org/programs-and-services/mental-health-services/

The Mobile Crisis Team provides county-wide mental health crisis services 24/7/365 including holidays. Therapists provide a mental health assessment to facilitate connection to the most appropriate community resource. Assessments can be conducted wherever the individual is located at home or in the community, on-site for crisis walk-ins, or at Sky Lakes Medical Center Emergency Department.

Jackson County

Jackson County Health & Human Services

https://jacksoncountyor.org/hhs/Mental-Health/Welcome

The Mental Health Program provides a range of community-based mental health services to the citizens of Jackson County, including crisis services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As the Local Mental Health Authority, Jackson County participates in community planning and oversight of the mental health services available in our community. Our aim is to promote compassionate and comprehensive care and better opportunities for recovery for those individuals in our community who suffer from mental illness.

Multnomah County

Cascadia Whole Health Care Project Respond Crisis Team

https://cascadiabhc.org/services/crisis-intervention/

Project Respond is a mobile mental health crisis response team that provides an array of crisis, specialized, and culturally aware services. Project Respond focuses on helping an individual and/or family regain a sense of control over thoughts, feelings, and events. Individual strengths and preferences are considered during all support interventions. Because even in crisis the individual remains the expert on what is likely to benefit them, planning for safety is a collaborative process between the individual and clinician. 

Washington County

Hawthorn Walk-In Center Mobile Response

https://www.co.washington.or.us/hawthorn

Help from a mental health professional is available 24/7 for people experiencing a mental health crisis. Concerned friends, family or community members are also encouraged to call. Peers are available to provide support to you. If you speak a language other than English, a phone interpreter will be provided. The Washington County Crisis Line is staffed with experienced counselors. The Crisis Line provides assessment, crisis intervention, referrals to local resources and treatment. The Crisis Line works closely with other community crisis services including the Crisis Team, 9-1-1 and local emergency rooms.

We're Still Looking for More Resources in this State. 
We are working to create an easily accessible and searchable database of community resources and organizations nationwide that can be utilized as an alternative to calling the police. At the moment we are rapidly trying to verify leads to be posted to the site. If you know of such a resource in your area  press the contact button below or check back soon for updated resources in your neighborhood.   
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