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Suicide Prevention Resources and Links

| August 23, 2013

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Talking to Children & Teens About Suicide

Talking to Children & Teens About Suicide

Talking to Children & Teens About Suicide

Talking to Children & Teens About Suicide

Clearinghouses

Oregon’s Youth Suicide Prevention Program, through Oregon Department of Human Services, offers a host of print and online materials.

The American Association of Suicidology 
offers a clearinghouse for information on suicide
and suicide prevention.

Multimedia Resources

Click here to visit & view our multimedia resources on suicide prevention.

Online Resources/Links

Looking for local resources for families & youth in Lane County? Click here.

Call 911 for any imminent danger to self or others

CRISIS LINES
GENERAL
DEPRESSION / MENTAL HEALTH
SURVIVORS / BEREAVEMENT
SPECIAL INTERESTS
STUDENTS / YOUTH
TRAINING

 Resources for Family & Youth

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Crisis

  • Call 911 for any imminent danger to self or others
  • Whitebird: 541-687-4000; 800-422-7558 (24-hour local crisis line)
  • Mental Health Crisis Response Program: 1-888-989-9990 (for parents of children through age 17)
  • Looking Glass Youth & Family Crisis Line: 541-689-3111
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 (press 1 for Veterans Crisis Line)
  • Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386 (for LGBTQ youth)

Counseling

  • Center for Family Development: 541-342-8437
  • Centro Latino Americano: 541-687-2667 (bilingual Spanish-speaking staff available)
  • The Child Center: 541-726-1465 (ages 17 and under)
  • Child & Family Center, University of Oregon: 541-346-4805
  • Direction Service Counseling: 541-344-7303 (for youth/families with OHP)
  • Lane County Behavioral Health: 541-682-3608; Child & Adolescent Program: 541-682-1915 (youth/families 17 and under with OHP); screening & referral: 541-682-7585
  • Looking Glass Counseling Program: 541-484-4428 (for youth 21 and under)
  • Options Counseling: 541-687-6983 (youth & adults); 541-997-6261 (Florence); 541-762-1971 (Springfield)
  • Oregon Social Learning Center: 541-743-4340
  • PeaceHealth Counseling Services: 541-902-6085 (Florence); 541-685-1794 (Eugene)
  • 4J School-Based Health Centers (residents of 4J area, including siblings under 19): Churchill 541-790-5227, North Eugene 541-790-4445
  • Bethel School District Mental Health Services: 541-607-1498 (Bethel district students only)
  • South Lane Mental Health: 541-942-3939 (counseling & crisis services for South Lane County)
  • Vet Center:  541-465-6918 (combat veterans; also offers MST services)
  • VA Mental Health: 541-242-0440
  • White Bird Clinic: 541-342-8255
  • Willamette Family: 541-343-2993 (services for mental health & substance abuse disorders)

Support Groups

For information on various support groups offered in Lane County, contact the following:
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Lane County: 541-343-7688; www.namilane.org
 www.211info.org or dial 211

Bereavement Services

  • Cascade Health Solutions Grief Education & Support Groups: 541-228-3083–Free and open to adults living with the loss of a loved one
  • Courageous Kids: 541-242-8693 — 8-week Suicide Loss Support Group for youth and their families
  • Suicide Bereavement Group: 541-747-2087 (Darlene Baker) — Free monthly support group in Springfield for survivors of suicide
  • Grief Support Group: 541-726-4478–Free weekly support group at McKenzie Willamette
  • Bereavement Support Group: 541-242-8753 –Free general bereavement support groups at Sacred Heart Medical Center

Category: Suicide

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