Crisis, Trauma, Emergencies, and Safety

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger

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If everyone is safe right now, take a deep breath.  We have resources for a variety of problems. All sites will lead you to someone who can help you.

For domestic violence crises, contact the domestic violence crisis line 888-235-5333 or search for domestic violence programs in your city or county.

For child abuse crises, contact the child abuse hotline 855-503-7233 or search by county child abuse reporting.

If poison or bites are suspected call 1-800-222-1222 or contact Oregon Poison Center 24/7 

Emergency/crisis prevention and recovery

Emergency planning guides - Safety information and checklists: Information on everything from earthquakes to bike helmets. 

Car Seat Options for Children with Behavior Challenges: Seattle Children's Hospital tip sheet.

Personal safety plans: For youth and others who may feel out of control or are in an unsafe situation. It can help to make an action plan for addiction, domestic violence, suicide, eating disorders, self-harm, etc.

Children's trauma information and support: Bad things sometimes happen to children. If they happen to yours, these resources can help


Inclusion of resources on our site does not imply endorsement nor does exclusion mean we do not think it is valuable. We work to keep our list of resources current and relevant but it is not exhaustive.

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