Compiled by Sister Maryjane Antoinette, with the help of Novitiates, in June 2020. New resources added as they are found!
Mental Health Support
National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline
in crisis text:741741
National Suicide Hotline
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
For deaf and hard of hearing : 1-800-799-4889
chat also available via website
Bradley Angle House
5432 N Albina Ave, Portland, OR 97217
A safe and welcoming refuge to recover from the trauma of domestic violence
Call to Safety
For those experiencing domestic violence and are in need of urgent help
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
HIV/AIDS Support Services
From the Oregon Health Authority, HIV Prevention Page. Not only can you have condoms delivered directly to your door, but you can find out about how the Oregon Health Authority wants to help you practice best sexual health practices.
Cascade AIDS Project NW
Oregon + Southwest Washington. PDX: 503-223-5907
Services include but are not limited to, housing assistance, peer support, connection to medical care, job assistance, and culturally specific services.
SW Washington: Vancouver 360-750-7964
Ecumenical Ministeries of Oregon HIV Day Center and Daily Bread Express
503-460-3822 2941 NE Ainsworth, Portland, OR 97211
Drop in center for low income people living with HIV/AIDS Daily Bread Express provides in-home meal delivery for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS. Seven nutritious meals are delivered weekly throughout the six-county Portland metro area.
OHSU Partnership Project
5525 SE Milwaukie Ave. Portland, OR 97202
Provides a comprehensive array of services to both persons who are living with HIV and to persons who are part of the transgender and gender non-conforming communities.
2727 SE Alder St
Provides healthcare, housing, occupational therapy and other vital services to those in need living with HIV.
LGBTQ+ Youth Support Services (including mental health support)
New Avenues for Youth
If you are a youth in need of immediate help, call the Youth Hotline at 1-800-995-7936
Services supporting homeless youth including but not limited to drop-in day services, education, job training, housing, counseling for mental health and drug and alcohol addiction.
Sexual & Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC)
Also part of New Avenues for Youth
SMYC has a downtown Portland location and an east county location in SE Portland
Provides a safe, supervised, harassment-free space for sexual and gender minority youth ages 13-23 who participate in positive activities like art, music, community organizing, open mic nights, drag shows, and support groups and receive services including case management, counseling, education, and more.
Primary care clinic and Pharmacy
Direct (503-535-3888) Main line (503-535-3860)
Helping break the cycles of chronic homelessness, poverty, and poor health among Portland’s LGBTQIA+ community, people of color, those experiencing homelessness, and the under-served since 1968. They have a health clinic and young adult programs that strive to meet people where they are and provide safe, affirming spaces for our community to receive judgment-free care and support.
Washington DC National Office: (202) 467-8180
Portland PFLAG Office: (503) 232-7676
Provides support, information and resources for LGBTQ+ people, their parents and families and allies.
Living Room Youth
Clackamas County, Oregon
Provides support to LGBTQ+ youth in Clackamas County through drop in activities, events, school support, and community education.
LGBTQ+ Community Programs/rental space for events
4115 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland, OR 97217
Queer community center with programs. Available for rentals.
Trans and Non Binary Support Services
503-486-8936 Fax: 503.894.602
3620 SE Powell Blvd, #102 Portland OR 97202
Creates community and facilitates access to expert and knowledgeable providers for transgender and non-binary children, youth, adults, and their families
Out of This Binary Support Group
If interested email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link and password.
Support group for non-binary and trans people.
Offer professional development and community centered training and education, support groups for adult families/Allies and youth ages 4-18 , advocacy related to gender diverse social justice, policy development/implementation consultation and guidance and screened referrals to mental health & mental health providers experienced in trans youth care.
Food and Shelter Assistance
Sisters of the Road Café
A nonprofit café in Portland’s Old Town working to create systemic change that will end poverty and homelessness forever by providing meals in a safe, dignified space.
Oregon Food Bank LGBT Resource List
Oregon food bank food resource list with links to other resources both local and national:
The Peace House
NE 18th Ave Portland, OR 97212
Offering free weekly communal meals, temporary housing, hospice and emergency shelter, food and other services to houseless on cold nights. Event space for peace makers and justice seekers.
Martha’s Pantry serves individuals and families from all walks of life, providing free groceries and household items to those in need.
For Social Justice Legal Support
Portland General Defense Committee
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A non-binary and women owned organization that works for social justice and equality. Among the services they offer is legal support. They are responsible for the Portland Bailout Fund, a fundraiser to cover bail and other legal expenses for protestors arrested in Portland Oregon in connection to protests for George Floyd.
A directory of lgbtq+ friendly businesses in Portland and Vancouver. Also gives lists of social and support groups.
SAGE Metro Portland
SAGE Metro Portland, a program of Friendly House neighborhood center, works to enhance the lives of older LGBT+ community members through education, advocacy, outreach and resource development.
Portland Animal Welfare League
The Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team saves lives, alleviates suffering, and keeps pets and people together by providing free veterinary care to the pets of people who are experiencing homelessness or extreme poverty.