Resources and supportive agencies for a number of populations and issues including: families, grief/ loss, pregnancy, suicide, veterans, & women.(see below).
Catholic Charities, Pregnancy Support & Adoption Services
Variety of services and resources including, infant supplies, counseling, groups, classes, and adoption assistance for pregnant women and prospective parents.
"Support for bereaved parents of pregnancy & infant loss"
The Dougy Center
Support, and resources for "grieving children & families"
The Q Center
Support, resources for LGBTQ community and their families.
Ph: (503) 234-7837
SMYRC (Sexual & Gender Minority Resource Center)
"Culturally specific support for LGBTQ youth" that includes, resources, support, counseling, housing, education, job training and employment.
Baby Blues Connection
Support, resources, and peer to peer assistance for "women and families coping with pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders".
Mother & Child Education Center
Support and resources including, pregnancy testing, classes & education, counseling and supplies (for pregnancy & youth).
Ph: (503) 249-5801
Pregnancy Resources Center
Pre and postnatal support including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, counseling, and referrals.
Ph: 503.643.4503 (Beaverton location)
Postpartum Support International
Information, support (phone & online), resources and referral information for women and men in areas of pregnancy, postpartum & mental health.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline-
Provides,"24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones".
Peer to peer connection for support thru talk, text, email, or web services.
Assists veterans and active service men & women with "anonymous, confidential crisis intervention and sensitivity to military-specific issues.
Ph: 1-888-457-4838 (888-HLP-4-VET)
Dress for Success
Provides "network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life."
Youth, Teens & Young Adults
Brown Girl Rise
Support group for female youth grades 3-8. Provides a"radical sisterhood of girls of color reclaiming their connection to body, community, land, health, and creativity to cultivate a just future where we rise together."
Non-profit programming with after school experiences offering psychoeducational groups and organized activities that help promote learning while empowering female youth ages 6-18 years.
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