specialized population 

Youth Outreach

YO / YCAP office number (503)-538-8023, located 719 E. First Street, Newberg, open 9am-9pm. Youth helpline 1-866-538-8023

Activities include: after school enrichment activities, street outreach, school supplies, clothing, hygiene and other basic needs, summer programming, youth leadership development, alcohol, tobacco and drug prevention, services to run away and homeless youth including an emergency shelter, mentoring and nurturing.

Chehalem Youth & Family Counseling Center
To schedule with Clinic Psychologist (503) 538-4874

Oregon Family Support Network
(503)-363-8068
Families and youth working together to promote mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support and advocacy.

LGBTQ

P-Flag- Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gay
Newberg Chapter, 2nd Tuesday of the month, Springbrook Education Center, 1421 Deborah Rd, Newberg, OR 97132

Q-Center
info@pdxqcenter.org
(503)-234-7837

Peer Support

David Romprey Warm Line
1-800-698-2392 / hours 9am to 11pm
Phone support provided by persons who have or had challenges in mental health and are able to support their peers who are struggling with a variety of mental health challenges.

 7 Cups of Tea   
Trained Listeners available for online chats

 Champion Team
503-474-4600
Peer run organization providing wellness and drop-in services and support.

 Project ABLE
503-363-3260
Peer services and support to people with mental health and co-occurring issues, helping them come out of isolation and reconnect to the community.

Provoking Hope
503-895-0934
Provide a safe, sober and supportive environment, to the residents of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, to help those struggling with addictions to transition onto the path of recovery.

Substance Use Treatment

Outpatient Services

Providence Chemical Dependency
detox and outpatient
(503)-574-9200

Hazelden – Betty Ford
1-877-508-8470

Cedar Hills Hospital
detox and outpatient
(503)-944-5000
accept traditional Medicare

Hooper Center Detox
(503)-238-2067, Portland

Healthworks NW
detox, outpatient, suboxone
(503)-644-7300

Depaul
residential and outpatient
(503)-535-1151

Depaul
Hillsboro
(503)-693-3104

Alcoholics Anonymous
Portland: (503)-223-8569
Vancouver: (360)-694-3870

Methadone Clinics
CODA: (503)-239-8400
RAM: (503)-408-9585
Allied: (503)-226-2203
Metro: (503)-762-3130
Integrated Health: (503)-353-9415

RecoveryWorks
503-906-9995
12540 SW Main St. #202
Tigard, OR 97223

Yamhill N/A  
Their website has a pdf of all locations of N/A meetings throughout the Yamhill area).

NARA- Native American Rehabilitation Association
(503)-224-1044

First Step Treatment Center
(503)-538-7647   

Oregon Sports and Family Chiropractic
(503)-554-0022

Yamhill County Chemical Dependency Services
(503)-434-7527

Life Worth Living AA at Newberg Christian Church
503-538-3104
2315 Villa Rd
Newberg, OR 97128

Medication Assisted Treatment

Providence Medical Group Newberg
503-537-5900, Team D
Request appointment with Dr. Jeremy Swindle.
Suboxone and Vivtrol available.

Reclaim Clinic, Katie Nicosia, NP
Call 503-406-1009, Suboxone, Subutex, Vivitrol and Sublocade

In Patient Services

Hazelden
Located in Newberg, 1-877-508-8470

The Power House
Located in Hermiston OR
Men’s House-(541)-567-2593
Women’s House- (541)-567-2949
There is room for 15 adults to stay in each house, while in recovery. 

Serenity Lane
Located in Portland and Salem
1-800-543-9905
Residential Treatment programs, medically supported detox and other programs. 

CODA, Project Nurture
Located in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties. 

Both residential and outpatient programs to assist those in recovery. (855)-733-2632

NA/AA Support Meetings

Rainier Springs Hospital
360-356-1890
2805 NE 129 street
Vancouver, Washington 98686
Rainier Springs hospital offers integrated treatment programs designed to work with individuals through each step of recovery. They assess and personalize programs and services to help those become happier, stronger, and healthier. Click the link or call the phone number listed above.

DUNDEE

Monday / 12:00 (noon) Promise Church
Wednesday / 12:00 (noon) Promise Church 
Friday / 12:00 (noon) Promise Church

NEWBERG

Sunday / 6:00pm Episcopal Church
Monday / 7:30pm Hazelden  or 8:00pm Joyful Servant Lutheran 
Tuesday / 7:30pm Episcopal Church
Wednesday / 7:00pm Chehalem Cultural Center or 7:00pm United Methodist Church 
Thursday / 7:30pm Episcopal Church
Friday / 6:30pm Northwest Christian Church “A Life Worth Living” or 8:00pm Joyful Servant Lutheran 
Saturday / 7:00am Joyful Servant Lutheran (Men) or 8:00pm Joyful Servant Lutheran Church

SHERWOOD

Monday / 7:30pm Old School
Wednesday / 8:00pm Sherwood Community Friends Church 
Thursday / 7:30pm Friends Church (Men)
Friday /7:00pm Sherwood Community Friends

Care Givers

Providence Optimal Aging
(503)-215-2500

Home Instead
(503)-530-1527

 United Home Care
(503)-38-4218

 Visiting Angels
(503)-538-505

 Faith in Action
(503)-537-1549 
Organize volunteer caregivers, caregiver support groups, and Family Friends and library book deliveries. Caregiver support groups is 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 1:30-3 pm in Hospital conference room. 

 NW Senior and Disability Services
Nursing homes, assisted living, hospice, home health, home care, caregiving, can be found on separate lists, googled, medicare.gov. Adult foster home list is updated on website.

Active Wellness

 YMCA
(503)-625-9622
Located in Sherwood, OR:  No one is denied access/services due to inability to pay- they have a financial assistance program (For Adult- average is 35$/month)

Chehalem Park and Rec
(503)-554-0283
For 3 month (quarterly) membership for aquatics for single adult: $82/103 (in-district/out-of district. Adult drop in swim is 3.5$/4.00. For Fitness center:  Quarterly for single adult: $119/148; Drop in for single adult: 7$/7.50

Victims of Abuse

Henderson House
(503)-472-1503 
There are 4 different advocates available. If you need shelter first you speak with an advocate. At this facility and walk-ins are generally available. Open M-F 9-5 610 1st Street across from Post Office Service available 24 hrs. a day. 

Juliette’s House
(503)-435-1550
Support and assessment for victims of sexual abuse

Victim Assistance Program
(503)-434-7510 
This is a crime support group and there are many different volunteers. You would call to find out when groups are meeting and which one fits your needs best. 

Call to Safety
Sexual and Domestic Violence Crises Line 24 Line 
888-235-5333

Domestic Violence: The National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800- 799-SAFE (7233) 

Rape and Sexual Assault:  RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800- 656-HOPE (4673)

Love is Respect, Domestic Abuse Resource
Discuss your options anonymously by sending “loveis” to 22522, or go online at loveisrespect.org 

Yamhill County DHS Child Welfare
368 NE Norton Ln. McMinnville
(503)-472-0311

Legal Assistance

 Oregon Bar Association Pro Bono program
(503)-620-0222

Yamhill County Legal Aide
(503)-472-9561

Immigration Services

 Immigration Counseling & Advocacy Program (ICAP)
Lutheran Community Services offers immigration counseling and legal advocacy for refugees and immigrants.

 Bereavement/Grief Support

 Providence Hospice
(503)-215-4636 
Ask for bereavement support. They have a support group that meets at the hospital on the 1st and 3rd Thursday from 4:#0-6om

Legacy Health System
(503)-413-7348
Provides grief recovery classes and support groups. Grief and loss support groups on the 1st and 3rd Mondays from 2pm-3:30pm at McMinnville Public Library, Carnegie Room, free to public.

 www.griefwatch.com
provides information and resources 

First Candle
offers a 24/7 Grief Support Hotline at 1-800-221-7437

Veterans Resources 

Veterans Service Officer for Yamhill Co
Debbie Gill
(503)-434-7503

Veterans Administration
(503)-220-8262

Veterans of Foreign Wars: Grant Info
1-866-789-6333

Returning Veterans
(503)-954-2259