Support for Those Who Serve
The Lines for Life Military Helpline offers help and hope to all military-connected Oregonians. Our service is free, confidential, and available by phone, 24/7.
This helpline is operated independently and not affiliated with the Department of Defense.
Call the Lines for Life Military Helpline Today
We Support Anyone in the Military-connected Community
We’re here to listen and help anyone in Oregon with affiliation to the military, including:
- All Veterans
- All Military Service Members
- Family members and friends
- Providers or caregivers who serve military communities
The line is answered by a highly trained and dedicated team of Crisis Intervention Specialists. All possess a strong understanding of the serious and specific issues that can impact service members, veterans and their families.
We Can Provide Help for Problems You May be Facing
We can help you connect with critical resources when you need them most. We can help with issues like:
- Financial concerns
- Finding community
- Family and relationship issues
- Post-traumatic stress
Improving the Lives of Service Members, Veterans & Families in Oregon
Lines for Life remains a leader in support for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) in Oregon and beyond.
With the help of local and national partnerships, we’re developing new tools to prevent and address crisis before, during, and after military service.
Remembrance and Community on Memorial Day
Memorial Day is a day of solemn reflection and remembrance of those who died while serving in the US military. This Memorial Day, I attended a ceremony hosted by the American Legion in La Pine, Oregon – attended by around 200 people, 150 of whom were Veterans.Many Americans observe...
PTSD 101 – What it is and How to Support Someone
Traumatic events impact everyone differently. For some people, the impacts of trauma can develop into Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a diagnosis that is treatable with evidence -based therapies.June is PTSD Awareness Month – here is some basic information to boost your...
Tips to Start the Conversation About Mental Health in Military & Veteran Communities
This Mental Health Awareness Month, we highlight opportunities to Start the Conversation among service members, veterans, and their families (SMVF).A “power through it” mentality is strong in military culture – both for physical and emotional concerns. Stigma around needing help...
You Call, We Answer: Coby, Military and Veteran Liaison
My job at Lines for Life is to ensure that Oregon’s Service Members, Veterans, and their Families (SMVF) know how they can benefit from connecting to our Military Helpline, and why it’s important to reach out to us.I come from a family with generations of veterans who have served...