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What are the possible causes of ADD/ADHD behavior?
Will being ADOPTED make adolescence harder for my child?
How can I deal with the ANGER
in our family?
Is my teen's BEHAVIOR just normal teenage rebellion?
What do parents and teachers need to know about BULLYING?
How do I find a THERAPIST for my teen?
What is EMOTIONAL ABUSE?
How can I help my OVERWEIGHT
How do I find a good OUTDOOR PROGRAM for my teen?
Help! My teen is a RUNAWAY!
My teen is cutting. What do I need to know about SELF-INJURY?
What is 'normal' teen SEXUAL BEHAVIOR and what is cause for concern?
How can I help my teen adjust to our STEPFAMILY?
A step-by-step program to help improve your child's focus and behavior at school and at home
Family Help in OREGON
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Practical Help, Real Answers
for Adoptive & Foster Parents
Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-503-7983 Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Free legal information & advice to young people, ages 11-17
Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
National Suicide Hotline
Free and confidential helpline providing statewide information and referral services for community health, social, and mental health services, immediate care health services, pregnancy and reproductive health services
1-800-723-3638 Mon-Fri 9 am-8 pm
Report Animal Fighting in Oregon
503-229-5576 Portland area
503-378-4320 Salem area
1-877-877-9392 Toll-free in Oregon
1-888-891-6784 Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm
Therapeutic boarding school
for girls, ages 13-18
Located in Oregon
Christian residential program
for young men, ages 16-20,
with year-round enrollment
Christian therapeutic boarding school
for teen boys and girls,
with year-round enrollment
Life skills learning centers
for young men & women, ages 17 and over
Care, treatment, counseling, residential placement and education for children, adults, and families at risk or in crisis due to abuse, developmental disabilities, and/or mental health issues. Located in Portland. Visit Bipolar Disorder.
Visit Counseling & Therapy.
An umbrella agency to Catholic Community Services of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Coast, Catholic Community Services of Lane County and Catholic Charities of Southern Oregon that provide social services in their local areas. Visit Parenting Teens.
Outpatient treatment center for drug-abusing teens and their families, offering free individual, family and group treatment. In addition, the ASPEN Project helps parents whose drug-abusing teens (ages 15-20) are unwilling to enter treatment. Visit Drugs & Teen Substance Abuse.
Creating Healthy Options In Confronting Exploitive Sexuality is a community based treatment program for youth, ages 8-18, and adults with sexual behavior problems and disorders or histories of sexual victimization. Visit Abuse: Sexual.
Community-wide network of concerned adults working with families and schools to help seriously at-risk 13 and 14-year-olds put their lives in order. Visit Conduct Disorder.
Peer support group based on the 12 Steps plus an additional 5 Steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse). Visit Self-Help & Support Groups.
Safe, nurturing, and stable shelter to homeless and/or abused pregnant (whether choosing adoption or parenting), and parenting teen mothers between the ages of 12 to 19 years old and their babies. Visit Free and Low-Cost Schools and Programs.
Visit Family Health.
Helps children from low-income communities in Oregon graduate from high school prepared for advanced study or rewarding employment by providing a long-term program of mentoring, tutoring, and enrichment with a partial college scholarship available to all Dreamers (students) that graduate from high school. Visit Dropouts.
Free residential program for young men and women, ages 16-24, that empowers youth to take responsibility for their employability through the integration of vocational skills and academic achievement. Visit Free and Low-Cost Schools and Programs.
503-325-6754 Clatsop County
541-447-7441 Crook County
541-883-3471 Klamath County
503-231-7480 Portland area
503-924-2448 Washington County
503-472-4020 Yamhill County
Programs include substance abuse treatment & education, crisis intervention, mental health counseling, parenting education & support, teen pregnancy prevention, and violence prevention and counseling. Visit Drugs & Teen Substance Abuse.
Job training, alternative/outdoor education, employment, and youth development organization, offering residential and non-residential programs. Visit Free & Low-Cost Schools and Programs.
See if your family qualifies for these state programs and services for families and children. Visit Parenting Teens.
A 17 1/2- month military-style intervention program for drug-free, unemployed and underemployed male and female teens, ages 16-18. Visit Free & Low-Cost Schools and Programs.
503-722-4110 Oregon City
Family and individual counseling, prevention programs, parenting education and support, and community programs. Visit Parenting Teens.
Residential programs for children who have experienced severe abuse and neglect. Visit Attachment & Attachment Disorder.
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