Provides comprehensive in person and telehealth mental health services, including psychotherapy and therapeutic support between sessions, focusing on services for the BIPOCC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Other Colors and Cultures) and LGBTQIA2S+ communities. Provides BIPOCC culturally focused mental health training (CEUs available) for providers and agencies. Provides limited outreach. Services may include bus passes, motel vouchers, tents, sleeping bags, ponchos, and rent assistance. Assistance is based on funding availability.

Volunteer, training, and service opportunities are available.
Eligibility: Mental Health Services: Age 5 and older
Outreach Services: Individuals who identify as BIPOCC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Other Colors and Cultures)
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (541) 366-8225 Message Phone
Email Address: [email protected]
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Visit website to complete online intake or call message line
FEES: Varies by service; most insurances accepted, including the Oregon Health Plan (OHP), and sliding scale is available. Cash-only hardship is available for those who qualify; fees are $5-$40 per session.
DOCUMENTS: Complete online intake documents before first appointment
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish interpretation by arrangement
AREA SERVED: Mental Health Services: State of Oregon
Outreach Services: City of Portland
  • Individual Counseling
  • Individual Counseling * African American Community
  • Individual Counseling * Hispanic/Latino Community
  • Individual Counseling * LGBTQ2+ Issues
  • Individual Counseling * Native American Community
  • Mental Health Information/Education
  • Outreach Programs * African American Community
  • Outreach Programs * Hispanic/Latino Community
  • Outreach Programs * Native American Community
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