If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call or text the Lifeline at 988.
Our crisis intervention services are designed to meet the reality of crisis and close the gap between needs and service.
All of our phone services are free, confidential, and are here for you 24/7.
Last year, Lines for Life received nearly 170,000 calls on our crisis lines.
988 is the nationwide three-digit dialing code that routes crisis calls and texts to the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline network (formerly the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline), including Lines for Life.
YouthLine connects young people with trained teen volunteers who understand and can help with any problem, big or small.
Oregon Behavioral Health Support Line provides immediate, no-cost behavioral health screening and can help a caller find a mental health or substance use treatment provider nearby.
Racial Equity Support Line provides emotional support and resource referral to those experiencing the impacts of racist violence, microaggressions, racial discrimination, and cross-cultural issues.
Alcohol & Drug Helpline assists those struggling with substance abuse and can provide referrals to local resources for peer support and treatment.
The Recovery Center Hotline provides no-cost screenings for people who have received a citation in Oregon for possessing small amounts of drugs, and want support in waiving their citation.
Military Helpline offers help and hope to service members, veterans and their families. Common issues we can help with include unemployment, poverty, substance use, post-traumatic stress, and thoughts of suicide.
Senior Loneliness Line supports seniors who are feeling lonely, having difficulty connecting, or who just want to talk to someone who cares.
To contract for services with Lines for Life, email David Westbrook, Chief Operations Officer at [email protected]