You don't have to struggle alone. Community resources are available to help you overcome trauma and address mental health concerns.
Counseling & Services
Crisis and Information Hotline
This confidential crisis and information telephone service is an entry into the helping resources of the community.
Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service Center
The service center offers counseling and shelter for physically and sexually abused women—including rape victims—and coordinates support groups. Victims may walk-in for assistance. Spanish, Russian and Japanese interpreters are available with other languages available upon request.
Canyon Crisis Center
The center offers rape and suicide counseling, and services for domestic violence and abuse.
Mental Health Clinic - Polk County
182 S.W. Academy Street, Suite 304, Dallas
Open Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm
The clinic offers personal and crisis counseling, alcohol and drug counseling, and developmental disability case management.
Victim Assistance Program
Marion County District Attorney's Office 101 High Street NE, Salem
Open Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-5 pm
The office provides services to victims of violent crimes whose cases are being investigated or prosecuted in Marion County.
AIDS Oregon Hotline
620 S.W. Fifth Avenue, Suite 300, Portland
Open Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm, and every other weekend from 3-6 pm
The hotline offers access to HIV/AIDS related information statewide. Local community referrals are available.
NW Human Services
151 Kingwood Avenue NW, Salem
Open Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm
Counselors guide individuals, couples and families toward a sense of emotional health.
Marion County Health Department
Counseling is one of many services this agency offers.