Renée Pirkl, Psy.D



Online mental health resources in the Portland, OR metro area

Presence of any link on this website does not imply any endorsement of the sites or services offered through the site or the certification of any individual's ability to provide mental health services. This listing is provided for informational purposes only.

This website lists some online mental health resources in the Portland area. Readers should be aware that this listing is not comprehensive. Additional resources are available that do not have an online presence.

Local Support Groups and Twelve-Step Meetings

Other Mental Health Related Webpages

  • Oregon Department of Human Services
    Includes services such as: child protective services, addiction services, developmental disabilities services, senior services, mental health services, and Oregon State Hospital
    (503) 945-5651
  • Multnomah County Human Services
    Services Include: mental health and addiction services division, aging and disability services, adult protective services, emergency prescription assistance, developmental disabilities services division, domestic violence division, specialized resources for LGBT violence victims/children who have witnessed domestic violence
  • Cascade AIDS Project
    Information, referral, testing and help
    (503) 223-5907
  • Outside In
    An outreach program to homeless youth that has many great programs
    (503) 223-4121
  • Planned Parenthood Oregon
    Provides family planning, counseling, and clinical services

For Veterans

  • Veterans Medical Center—Portland
    Mental health and general medical services for veterans. Free transportation available for disabled veterans with no other transportation resources.
    3710 SW US Veterans Hospital Rd, PO Box 1034, Portland, OR 97207
    (503) 220-8262
    (800) 949-1004

National Directories of Mental Health Professionals

Information on Psychology and Mental Health

Crisis Lines

  • Multnomah County Mental Health Crisis Line
    503-988-4888 (voice)
    503-988-5866 (TTY)
    800-716-9769 (voice)
  • Portland Women's Crisis Line
  • Alcohol and Drug Helpline

Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

  • Bradley Angle House
    Provides 24 hour peer counseling, resource referral and domestic violence information. B-A House provides a programming to battered women and their children from all racial, social, economic and educational backgrounds
    (503) 281-2442
  • Child Abuse Response and Evaluation
    (503) 331-2400
  • Domestic Violence Hotline
    Oregon Department of Human Services
  • La Linea de Ayuda para la Mujer
    (Spanish-speaking Women's Crisis Line)
    (503) 232-4448
  • Portland Women's Crisis Line
    (503) 235-5333 or 1-888-235-5333
    South Asian Women's Empowerment and Resource Alliance
    (503) 778-7386.