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Call 911, go to the emergency room, or call the local crisis line services if you need them.
Most counties in Oregon have their own local crisis line. Click on the county's name below to go to its page on this website that includes its phone number for crisis line services.
This list is arranged alphabetically by county
- Clackamas County
- Clatsop County
- Columbia County
- Deschutes County
- Hood River, Wasco & Sherman Counties
- Linn County
- Marion County
- Multnomah County
- Polk County
- Tillamook County
- Union County
- Yamhill County
- Washington County
For a complete list of crisis contacts within Oregon, please visit the Oregon.gov list of crisis services.
Are you or someone you know a young person experiencing psychosis? Please call these numbers to make an appointment with your nearest EASA team to receive information and support:
- Baker County: (541) 523-3646
- Clackamas County: (503) 710-8843
- Clatsop County: (503) 325-5722 Ext. 201 or ask for Christie Taylor at (503) 298 7416
- Columbia County: (503) 397-5211, Ext. 282 or 1-800-294-5211, Ext. 282
- Deschutes, Crook, & Jefferson Counties: (541) 322-7576
- Douglas County: (541) 440-3532
Hood River, Wasco, & Sherman Counties: (541) 386-2620 x 4330
- Jackson County: (541) 770-7744
- Josephine County: (541) 244-3138 or (541) 244-3103
- Klamath County: (541) 883-1030
- Lane County: (458) 205-7070
- Linn County: (541) 967-3866 Ext. 2612 or (541) 967-3866 Ext. 2794
- Malheur County: (541) 889-9167 x225
- Marion County: (503) 576-4690
- Multnomah County: (503) 988-3272
- Polk County: (503) 385-7417
- Tillamook County: (503) 842-8201 or (800) 962-2851
- Umatilla County: 541-276-6207 (Pendleton) or 541-567-2536 (Hermiston)
- Union County: 541-962-8853 or 541-962-8873
- Wallowa County: (541) 426-4524 x1013
- Washington County: (503) 705-9999
- Yamhill County: (503) 583-552
If you or someone you know is a young person experiencing psychosis outside Oregon, the Early Intervention for Psychosis Program Directory v.3 features a nationwide listing of programs. It is up to date as of October 14th, 2015.
Resources for Living
You can use the "Occupation Explorer" tool to search for high-wage, high demand positions, to see what kind of training you need, and to see who's hiring. Visit Occupation Explorer here: www.qualityinfo.org/olmisj/OCX
Want some awesome ideas about writing your resume? Thinking about when and whether to disclose a disability? Click HERE to visit Think Beyond the Label's website for some great ideas.
Provides information for employers and individuals with disabilities who are seeking or maintaining employment or training: https://disability.workforce3one.org
Visit "Reality Check", sponsored by the Oregon Career Information System. It will walk you through the decisions you will need to make about the lifestyle you want to live, and help you decide what career will support that lifestyle: http://oregonrealitycheck.org You will need your CIS (Career Information System) password to access this site. Check with your EASA team to obtain the EASA password.
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1. Private insurance through an employer or higher education institution. Insurance coverage should be an important consideration in choosing an employer.
2. Private or military-sponsored insurance as a dependent
- If a person is dependent on parents and under the age of 24, they are usually eligible for insurance under their parents’ coverage.
- If a person is over age 24 and disabled, many plans have a provision for continuing insurance. Review your plan to see if this applies to you. Documentation from a psychiatrist will be required.
4. Oregon Medical Insurance Pool (OMIP). OMIP offers coverage for people who have been turned down for insurance due to a medical condition or who have lost their eligibility for health insurance after leaving an employer (you must apply within 63 days of losing health insurance to be eligible). For more information, see www.oregon.gov/OHA/OPHP/OMIP/index.shtml
5. Oregon Health Plan or “OHP” (See http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/healthplan/ or call 1-800-359-9517).
- Oregon Health Plan Standard. This program provides health insurance to people based on income. However, the number of people covered is limited due to legislative budget cuts. Call to check on whether it is possible to apply.
- Oregon Health Plan Plus.
This program provides coverage for people who:
- Are receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for a disability and have no other insurance.
- Qualify under “Presumptive Disability” (formerly General Assistance; the financial benefit of General Assistance was eliminated by the legislature, but the insurance benefit remains). This category is for people who have applied for SSI and are waiting for their application to be processed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Once you have submitted an application to SSA, call your local Senior and Disabled Services Office and ask to apply for “Presumptive Disability” or “General Assistance”.
- Qualify under the “Employed Persons with Disabilities” (EPD) program: People who meet the federal definition of disability but who are now working and earning a minimum level of income are eligible for EPD, which provides OHP Plus. For more information go to http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/spwpd/empserv.shtml#epd. The application process goes through Senior and Disabled Services Division.
- Qualify under another category such as foster child or Child Health (applications directly to OHP; if you call OHP, they can help you sort out whether you qualify).