Mental Health and Wellness Resources
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Portland Area Resources
BIPOC Mental Health Resources Portland Oregon (updated as of 3/2020)
Special thanks to this MH Resource list compiled by Linda Castillo, M.S, OCHA Chair • for more information please contact her 503-309-4519 •
Portland BIPOC Health and Wellness Providers (updated as of 02.09.21)
Special thanks to HEART Healthcare for artists. Dr Montserrat Andreys DC MS CCSP, sports chiropractor, dancer & lover of all things art.
The Avel Gordly Center for Healing is one of the few practices in the Northwest that focuses on culturally sensitive care for the African and African-American community. They provide trauma informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness based therapy, psychotherapy, and medication management.
The mission of NARA is to provide education, physical and mental health services and substance abuse treatment that is culturally appropriate to American Indians, Alaska Natives and anyone in need.
This is a Latinx mental health directory to connect with Latinx clinicians in PDX
Clinical providers Marti Diaz-Domm and Thomás Grubb are not just bilingual, but culturally competent and intersectional.The Northwest Catholic Counseling Center’s motto is “serving all, regardless of faith or finances.” NCC accepts most insurance and has a sliding fee scale; everyone pays something, but no one is turned away from care for inability to pay.
A space to find multiple organizations that are Black-led and assist Black/Brown people.
Black Male Achievement
Black Male Achievement (BMA) is designed to assist City leaders in their efforts to improve the life outcomes of Black men and boys. BMA will help improve the life outcomes of Black men and boys in four key areas: Education, Employment, Family Stability, and Criminal Justice.
The Blueprint Foundation
The Blueprint Foundation aims to eliminate the opportunity gap for Black youth within the Portland Metropolitan Area. This is accomplished by engaging youth in culturally specific experiences that introduce them to, and prepare them for, family sustaining careers in disciplines where black-identified individuals are currently underrepresented.
This is a list of national resources, including hotline numbers, that may benefit your own search for someone to talk with or in referring someone who has spoken out to you about their own experience with sexual violence.
The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences live healthier, happier lives. They offer a wide range of information and services for men with histories of unwanted or abusive sexual experiences, and anyone who cares about them.
Therapy for Queer People of Color (QPoC) is a mental health network based in Atlanta, Georgia. Our goal is to increase access to quality and inclusive mental healthcare for queer and trans folks of color through empowerment & education. Check out the new QPoC Directory today and find a therapist!
to provide access to evidence-based information and resources about mental health and behavioral health topics to highlight and increase the diversity of mental health professionals, and to decrease the mental health stigma in the Black community. They have a series of resource offerings and coping suggestions Mental health support and sexual trauma
On this page, you will find graphics, videos, and toolkits designed to be shared for educational purposes. Things like affirmation journaling templates, Coping and self care strategies, mental health and masculinity and more.