General Mental Health Resource
National Institute of Mental Health
Offers good general information on a variety of mental health topics including depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, ADD, personality disorders and PTSD.
Abuse Recovery Ministry Services
Offers free classes designed to help women walk through their healing from domestic violence and abuse. Classes are also available for men, parents who have children impacted by domestic violence, and women who have experienced abuse but who have also used abusive and/or controlling behaviors.
Offers locations of celebrate recovery groups in Oregon as well as basic information on the celebrate recovery process. Celebrate Recovery is a Christian based recovery program for those struggling with addictions.
Christian based resource which offers self assessments for eating disorders, a treatment finder, daily devotional, a blog and a searchable video clip library which addresses questions and concerns related to food, weight, and body image.
National Eating Disorders Association website. Includes general information on eating disorders, an online ED screening, a phone helpline, and a referral list for treatment providers.
Pure Life Alliance
Offers groups designed to help men and women who struggle with issues of purity. Classes are also available for wives, ex-wives, fiancées, and girlfriends of men who struggle. Additionally the website offers resources such as a recommended book list and a list of recommended Christian Counselors in the Portland metro area with relevant experience.
Online Christian-based resource to help fight porn addiction. It includes an assessment, blog articles, videos about porn addiction, a question and answer section and filtering software you can purchase for your electronic devices.
Dirty Girls Ministries
Online Christian-based resource specifically aimed at women struggling with porn addiction. It includes a blog, online support community, and info on available accountability groups.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Offers information on understanding suicide, preventing suicide and coping with suicide. It includes information on warning signs and what to do if suspect a loved one might be suicidal.
Offers college specific information on suicide. Provides resources for both parents and students on risk factors for suicide and how to help students cope with the unique challenges they face in college.
Offers a variety of helpful information and resources for veterans who are struggling with mental health concerns. Some of the resources offered include a 24 hr. hotline, a confidential anonymous online screening tool, and online courses based on training that was developed specifically for Veterans and has been successfully used by Veterans and Service Members around the world.