Updated March 24, 2020

Changing how we deliver care

Mental health and substance use services are essential and life sustaining. At Multnomah County, we recognize that access to these services is necessary while our community tries to slow the spread of this COVID-19. Although many of our offices are physically closed to the public, we are still here and can be reached by phone and email. 

Please note that many of our services have been modified to prioritize the health and safety of both the public and Multnomah County staff. Many services are still being offered online, via telephone or via virtual venues.

Urgent and 24-hour mental health support during COVID-19

Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center

Don’t wait for a crisis to reach out for support. Multnomah County’s mental health call center staff are here to talk, every day of the week, every hour of the day. If you are in crisis, if you want help finding a mental health provider, or if you just need to talk, now is the time to call.

  • Dial: 503-988-4888 

  • Toll-free: 800-716-9769

  • Hearing-impaired: 7-1-1

Urgent Walk-in Clinic

For immediate care during a mental health crisis, to speak with a psychiatrist or mental health nurse practitioner, or for help with medication and treatment, visit the urgent walk-in clinic, open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 4212 SE Division St., Portland, or dial 503-963-2575.

Mental health services in Multnomah County during COVID-19

Other COVID-19 mental health resources