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988 Oregon

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

When someone calls 988, they will reach a compassionate, highly trained counselor who can help address their issue in the least intrusive way possible. The counselor is part of a call center that is linked to a network of services, so the caller will be connected quickly with the right kind of help, from the right type of helper. According to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, more than 95% of current calls are resolved over the phone. When more help is needed, the counselor can connect the caller with mobile response providers or first responders, who will either help the person onsite or transport them to where they can receive the help and stabilization services they need.

When and how to access support provided:

Beginning July 16, 2022, in Oregon, a new three-digit phone number — 988 — will be available 24/7 for people to call when they are or someone else is having a behavioral health crisis or emergency. 988 is short and easy to remember, like 911, which people can call for all other emergencies. Until then, people can call the 24/7 National Suicide Hotline number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text the crisis text line by texting Oregon to 741741.

Our target audience:

Anyone having a behavioral health crisis or emergency

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • No gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Call 988

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 334

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ACLU Oregon

PO Box 40585
Portland, Oregon 97240-0585 Map

(503) 227-3186

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Legal Services

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We are committed to centering the individuals and intersectional communities historically disenfranchised by institutions and systems.

When and how to access support provided:

The ACLU of Oregon works in courts, in the legislature, and in communities to protect and advance our civil rights and liberties. We work so our democracy can better serve all people.

Our target audience:

Intersectional communities

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/12/2022 | 11

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Alzheimer's Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter

1245 N. Riverside Ave, Suite 23
Medford, Oregon 97501 Map

(541) 772-2230

lstanton@alz.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Community-Based Health

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Education, Support, Information and resources for those with Alzheimer's disease and their care partners.

When and how to access support provided:

24/7 Helpline- 1-800-272-3900 24/7 website- www.alz.org Mon-Fri 8-5 office locations- PDX, Medford, Eugene, Bend and Salem

Our target audience:

Those diagnosed with Alzheimer's and other dementias, and their care partners

  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 07/25/2022 | 192

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Basic Rights Oregon

620 SW 5th Ave., Suite 1210
Portland, Oregon 97204 Map

(503) 222-6151

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

LGBTQ Advocacy/Justice

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Basic Rights Oregon will ensure that all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Oregonians experience equality by building a broad and inclusive politically powerful movement, shifting public opinion, and achieving policy victories.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

LGBTQ Oregonians

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/12/2022 | 10

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Bedsider

questions@bedsider.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Birth Control / Sex Tips

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Provides Birth Control, Abortion resources, Sex + Relationship info, etc

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Anyone looking to learn about birth control, sex and relationships.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 08/09/2022 | 350

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Black & Beyond the Binary Collective

5633 SE Division
Portland, Oregon 97206 Map

(971) 258-1713

info@bbbcollective.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Education, Resources, Events, Coalition

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Black & Beyond the Binary Collective builds the leadership, healing, and safety for Black - African transgender, queer, nonbinary, and intersex (TQNI+) Oregonians.

When and how to access support provided:

Contact us!

Our target audience:

Black - African transgender, queer, nonbinary, and intersex (TQNI+) Oregonians.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 05/12/2022 | 356

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Brave Space

3620 SE Powell Blvd, #102
Portland, Oregon 97402 Map

(503) 486-8936

info@bravespacellc.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Counseling, Support Groups, Clothing, Resources, and Education

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Brave Space creates community and facilitates access to expert and knowledgeable providers for transgender and non-binary children, youth, adults, and their families.

When and how to access support provided:

Fill out our form: https://www.bravespacellc.com/contact

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 05/12/2022 | 357

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Cascade AIDS Project

520 Northwest Davis Street, Suite 215
Portland, Oregon 97209 Map

(503) 223-5907

info@capnw.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support Services, Housing, Prevention, Outreach, Health Services

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Our Portland office offers a number of services, particularly to those living with HIV. These services include but are not limited to, housing assistance, peer support, connection to medical care, job assistance, and culturally specific services.

When and how to access support provided:

If you are interested in any of these services, you will need to complete an intake first.

Our target audience:

Our Portland office offers a number of services, particularly to those living with HIV, plus LGBTQIA and BIPOC folks.

  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 05/12/2022 | 353

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CK Life

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Gender Diverse Support and Services

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

CK Life aims to provide transgender people with the tools they need to achieve their goals while enjoying a sense of community and kinship.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/13/2022 | 20

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Community Outreach Through Radical Empowerment (CORE)

3003 West 11th Street, #277
, Oregon Map

(541) 870-0036

Info@coreeugene.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Street outreach, Street feed, Harm reduction supplies

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

CORE is dedicated to supporting, empowering, and advocating for young people through street outreach, street feed, harm reduction supplies for young people, 29 and under. CORE's Street Outreach Alliance Project (SOAP) provides: *Case Management/Service Navigation/Coordinated Care *Community Trainings/Education *Naloxone Distribution/Overdose Ed. *Safe Sex Supplies *Survival Supplies *Hygiene Supplies *Harm Reduction Supplies

When and how to access support provided:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwiUA95ZXJKeY6CbdNIblvHdPaokADTRdzDCDUdoG-pg6U7g/viewform

Our target audience:

Youth, ages 29 and under.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • No gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Case Management - Ages 16-29. To refer a young person please email Bre (bre@coreeugene.org) or call/text (541) 541-3863. Street Outreach - Wednesday Evenings . Call or text (503)-877-5320 or message social media for a drop off. Harm Reduction Distribution (Services): Primarily on Wednesdays, sometimes can coordinate other days of the week. Call or text (503)-877-5320 or message social media for a drop off.

Last Updated: 07/21/2022 | 380

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Homes for Good

100 W 13th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 682-3755

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Affordable housing assistance

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Who We Are Homes for Good is Lane County’s housing agency and our primary work is to help low-income residents with the logistics of affordable housing. At a higher level, we are neighbors united to get every Lane County resident who needs help, into a home. A note about names: We have served the community since 1949, although we have done our work under several names. Most recently we were known as the Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County, or HACSA. We adopted our new name in 2018. Homes for Good represents our intention for our work, and our belief that stable, safe and affordable housing is central to a good life. Affordable housing advocates We work to raise awareness about the need for – and lack of – affordable housing here in Lane County and more broadly. There is no question that the need for affordable housing will only grow as our population increases and high demand for housing pushes rents and prices up. We believe every person should have a home and that we must proactively and aggressively work toward that goal for the good of our community, state and nation. Housing specialists Low-income Lane County residents who need affordable housing should consider Homes for Good their first stop on the path to finding housing that’s within reach. Our team can help identify options that include public housing placements or vouchers that can help pay the rent of a private rental. If we aren’t able to help, we are closely connected with many other local resources who might have other solutions. Resources for residents We don’t stop when we hand over a key or a voucher. We offer financial counseling resources, weatherization services that can reduce utility bills, maintenance support and other services for our residents. Property managers and developers At any given moment, we are working on a number of developments in various stages of planning. Over time, we have developed more than 1600 units of affordable housing. We are also always engaged in the restoration and preservation of existing homes. Members of the community Our staff of approximately 100 people is part of the Lane County community. You’ll see us at play, at the grocery store, at our children’s school events and volunteering in many capacities. We are neighbors, family and friends, and we are devoted to this community.

When and how to access support provided:

Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9AM to 4PM

Our target audience:

Low income residents in need of help finding affordable housing

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 02/17/2022 | 301

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Hope & Safety Alliance

Hope & Safety Alliance

1577 Pearl St., Second floor
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 485-6513

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Hope & Safety Alliance is committed to maintaining an inclusive, trauma informed safe space where everyone is welcome.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Domestic violence does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, politics, economic position, education, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. Therefore the Hope and Safety Alliance serves all survivors.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

24-hour Crisis Line: (541) 485-6513 or (800) 281-2800

Last Updated: 07/14/2022 | 43

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Hourglass Crisis Center

71 Centennial Loop, Suite A
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 505-8426

ajerome@columbiacare.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Hourglass Community Crisis Center serves adults residing in Lane County who are in need of short-term, mental health crisis assessment and stabilization, but do not require the medical capabilities of an acute care hospital or longer-term residential care.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Lane County residents

  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Hourglass Community Crisis Center serves individuals who are in need of short-term mental health crisis assessment and stabilization. You can call or walk-in for support anytime 24/7. They can even help you with a ride if you call, and they will be with you and assess next steps.

Last Updated: 07/18/2022 | 59

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Jim Collins Foundation

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Gender Diverse Surgical Funding

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

The mission of the Jim Collins Foundation (JCF) is to fund gender-confirming surgeries for transgender people who need it.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/13/2022 | 21

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Joyful Transitions PDX

Pronouns: They/Them and He/Him

17506 SW Britetree Cir
Beaverton, Oregon 97007 Map

(503) 268-2679

Joyfultransitionspdx@gmail.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

We provide free chest binders, stps, packers, and tucking undergarments for trans individuals who are homeless or experiencing poverty. With a priority for people of color. We serve the Portland metro area and the surrounding cities.

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We are a brand new nonprofit located in Beaverton, OR but we can ship to all over the Portland Metro area and surrounding cities. We also offer pickup of our free products. We are trans and disabled-led, and send out a new batch of transitional materials to those in need through our needs-based forms every month. We are a very small team of two, and trying to grow and make connections and partnerships with other LGBTQ organizations, as well as our local homeless youth organizations like New Avenues for Youth. Our mission is that no matter their social status in society, every transgender or nonbinary person deserves to take up space and feel joy in their transition.

When and how to access support provided:

We send out a new form for all of our free products at the beginning of every month through all of our social media channels. They find the said form on our website or on our social media channels. We review them for those who are most in need first, and then go from there. Our main website it still in the works but it is: joyfulpdx.org . We also have a link tree here: https://linktr.ee/Joyful_Transitions_PDX We post almost every day, and try to keep everyone updated on fundraising and when we can afford new products for those in need.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • No gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 08/01/2022 | 223

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Lambda Legal

(213) 382-7600

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Legal Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Lambda Legal, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

LGBTQ+ community

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/13/2022 | 14

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LGBT Education and Support Services

University of Oregon

(541) 346-3216

lgbtqa@uoregon.edu

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support for College Students

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

The LGBT Education and Support Services team works to affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, aromantic, and allied (LGBTQIA+) students, faculty, and staff by providing educational and supportive resources.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

LGBTQIA+ and allied students, faculty, and staff

  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 07/14/2022 | 40

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LGBTQ Youth Group

(541) 682-5373

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Weekly Support Drop-Ins

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

LGBTQ Youth Group is a weekly drop-in gathering providing support, connection, and information for ages 13-18. It's free, confidential, and adult-facilitated. For more information, contact Amazon Community Center in Eugene at (541) 682-5373.

When and how to access support provided:

Call to learn more!

Our target audience:

LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-18.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Is knowledgeable and comfortable working with disabled clients/patients.
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.
  • Location is easily accessible by people with varying physical disablities.

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 271

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Looking Glass Crisis Response Program

(888) 989-9990

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Line

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Looking Glass operates a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week crisis line for parents of children up to age 18 to call when their child is having an immediate mental health, emotional, or behavioral crisis

When and how to access support provided:

Call the line to be connect with a trained crisis responder

Our target audience:

Parents of children up to age 18

Last Updated: 08/12/2022 | 60

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Looking Glass Crisis Support Line

Looking Glass Community Services

(541) 689-3111

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Looking Glass Community Services offers crisis support to people of all ages.

When and how to access support provided:

If you are currently experiencing a crisis please contact the Looking Glass Crisis line!

Our target audience:

Lane County residents

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/18/2022 | 61

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Looking Glass Youth & Family Support

1790 W 11th Ave, Suite 200
Eugene, Oregon 97402 Map

(541) 686-2688

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Accepted Insurance: Pacific Source (OHP)

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Youth and Family Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Looking Glass Community Services is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that has been dedicated to serving Lane County since 1970. Our mission is to “build a better future for youth, adults, and families.” Our programs span the diverse fields of behavioral health, alcohol and drug abuse support, basic human services, juvenile justice, education, youth development, and workforce readiness.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Lane County residents

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/15/2022 | 50

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Mason Luke

mrmasonluke@gmail.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Sex Education, Trans-Affirming Products

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

He is sex educator who also sells, reviews and educates on prosthetics for transmen (as well other products, services, and information). Mason Luke also has a youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/mrmasonluke)!

When and how to access support provided:

He is sex educator who also sells, reviews and educates on prosthetics for transmen (as well other products, services, and information). Mason Luke also has a youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/mrmasonluke)!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.

Last Updated: 08/09/2022 | 351

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Mid Willamette Trans Support Network

2945 NW Circle Blvd, #5
Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Map

midwillamettetsn@gmail.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support Network

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We have our monthly support groups; one being our "main" group that encompasses all gender identifies, our nonbinary group and our trans masculine group.

When and how to access support provided:

We also offer micro grants, and once COVID is over our clothing closet will be open and our potlucks/food pantry!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 330

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National Center for Transgender Equality

(202) 642-4542

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Advocacy

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

The National Transgender Social Justice Advocacy Organization supports the gender-diverse community through advocacy and provides information regarding rights.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/12/2022 | 12

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Last Updated: 01/16/2022 | 64

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Ophelia's Place

1577 Pearl St., Suite 100
, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 284-4333

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support for Girls

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Ophelia’s Place offers girls the support they need to build resiliency, find their voices, and discover their strength.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Girls 10 to 18 years old

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

*How does OP define "girl?” Girl refers to gender-expansive youth. That means OP is for cis girls, trans girls, non-binary youth, gender non-conforming youth, gender queer youth and girl-identifying youth.

Last Updated: 07/15/2022 | 51

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Oregon LGBTQ Youth and Family Resources

(503) 368-8068

info@ofsn.net

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support and Resources

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN) and the Family Acceptance Project (FAP) have developed this resource page and other ways to support LGBTQ youth and families.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

LGBTQ Youth and Families in Oregon

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 09/15/2022 | 391

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Pacific Source Peer Groups

1240 W 15th Ave, #5
Eugene, Oregon 97402 Map

(510) 548-8283

amitchell@pacificcenter.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Facilitated groups

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Pacific Center offers ongoing, drop-in, peer-facilitated groups covering a range of topics and issues important to our communities. These groups provide connection, support, information, and enjoyment. Peer groups are volunteer-led and are not therapy groups. A majority of our peer groups are now meeting virtually, most on Zoom. Please click on the link for the group of your interest to email the group and for a link to join the next meeting. If you have more questions please contact the program director via email: amitchell@pacificcenter.org.

When and how to access support provided:

Click the email to access a list of current groups.

Our target audience:

Wide variety of support services

  • No gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 321

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PeerGalaxy

webmail@peergalaxy.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support Resource Guide

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

PeerGalaxy shares links and info about hotlines, warmlines, helplines, chatlines, pre-recorded videos, informative web links, upcoming events, contact info and more.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to access!

Our target audience:

Oregon residents

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 09/15/2022 | 395

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Point of Pride

info@pointofpride.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Health Care Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Point of Pride provides financial aid and direct support to trans folks in need of health and wellness care.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/13/2022 | 22

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Sexual & Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC)

(503) 224-4339

info@newavenues.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Food Pantry, Hygiene Supplies, Clothing Closet, Gender-Affirming Clothing, Virtual/In Person Check-Ins, Virtual/In Person Groups, Mental Health Support, Referrals, and Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Culturally specific support for LGBTQIA2S+ youth.

When and how to access support provided:

SMYRC Downtown: 1220 SW Columbia Street – By Appointment Only *Located on the lower level of the building. Please use the side door next to the parking lot and press the buzzer to enter. SMYRC East: 17199 SE Division Street – By Appointment Only *We’re the first red house on the right on 171st that appears to be a barn, just past the apartments. Google Maps may take you to the apartments – just look for SMYRC East right next door.

Our target audience:

Queer and trans youth, ages 13-23.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 05/12/2022 | 355

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Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)

591 West 19th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 343-7277

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support for Survivors

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

SASS is a non-profit organization providing outreach, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence and their partners, families and friends throughout Eugene-Springfield and the rest of Lane County.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Survivors of past and present sexual violence, aged 15 and older.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

24 Hr. Crisis & Support Line: (541) 343-7277 or 1 (844) 404-7700 Drop-In Hours 9am - 4pm Tuesday-Thursday Bus Routes 33 Jefferson 36 West 18th Avenue 78 UO/Oak Patch

Last Updated: 07/19/2022 | 44

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Smoke Free Oregon

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Tobacco Prevention and Education

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Tobacco Prevention and Education

When and how to access support provided:

Free counseling and medication (patch and gum) to quit smoking, vaping or other tobacco products. Free for all adults and youth over age 13 living in Oregon. Insurance not needed. Coaches are there 24/7. They are real people who have helped others quit for good—no judgments, just help. In English Text “READY” to 200-400 Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) www.quitnow.net/oregon En Español Call 1-855-DEJELO-YA (1-855-335356-92) www.quitnow.net/oregonsp ~ Not interested in counseling? Quitting on your own will be more successful if you have a plan and a way to get support. https://www.becomeanex.org/ is a free digital resource to help you quit smoking, including a social community, text and email messaging support, expert guidance and interactive quitting tools.

Our target audience:

People who wish to stop smoking

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 332

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Springfield Eugene Tenant Association

(541) 972-3715

Hotline@SpringfieldEugeneTenantAssociation.com

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Free hotline for landlord-tenant disputes, housing laws, discrimination, etc.

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

SETA is a non-profit, public service organization that is dedicated to renters’ rights and interests. We accomplish our goals by assisting, educating, and empowering tenants in the Springfield-Eugene area. We believe that housing rights are human rights and that affordable and accessible housing are the foundation of any strong community. SETA operates a free tenant Hotline that is accessible 24/7 for questions or concerns regarding a tenancy. Our trained staff and volunteers are ready to help support!

When and how to access support provided:

Please contact our hotline at (541) 972-3715 to leave a voicemail regarding your tenancy questions or concerns. Within 24 hours, our trained staff and volunteers will contact you back with information and resources.

Our target audience:

Our target audience is renters.

  • No gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 08/01/2022 | 215

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T.U.F.F.

tufforg@gmail.com

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Transgender Counseling and Resources for Surgery

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

T.U.F.F provides resources for trans/gender diverse folks ranging from counseling to surgery.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/13/2022 | 23

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The Equi Institute

PO Box 6376
Portland, Oregon 97228 Map

(503) 459-2584

info@equi-institute.org

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Shelters, First Aid, Education, Addiction Services

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We have a small team of community health workers and volunteer nurses that provide community education, basic first aid, wraparound and safety-net services for 100+ residents of the C(3)PO villages.

When and how to access support provided:

Our intake form is here: https://www.equi-institute.org/community-health-program

Our target audience:

LGBTQAI2S+ Our vision is to enrich the health of the trans, queer, intersex and gender diverse communities through trauma-informed care, culturally-affirming services and social justice advocacy.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Our vision is to enrich the health of the trans, queer, intersex and gender diverse communities through trauma-informed care, culturally-affirming services and social justice advocacy.

Last Updated: 08/09/2022 | 354

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The Trans Lifeline

(877) 565-8860

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Resource and Community Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Trans Lifeline connects trans people to the community support and resources we need to survive and thrive.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/18/2022 | 63

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The Trevor Project LGBTQ Crisis Lines

(866) 488-7386

info@thetrevorproject.org

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Preventing Suicide Among LGBTQ Youth

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.

When and how to access support provided:

They have the crisis line in online chat, text, and phone line. Also available is a support center where LGBTQ youth and allies can find answers to FAQs and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more, and a social networking site for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) youth under 25 and their friends and allies.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 01/29/2022 | 62

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Transgender Law Center

Last Updated: 01/17/2022 | 13

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TransPonder

541 Willamette St, #310
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(508) 443-6337

info@transponder.community

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Support, Resources, Education

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

WHO WE ARE: TransPonder is a small grassroots, completely transgender founded and led nonprofit based in Eugene, Oregon providing support, resources, and education for and about the transgender and gender diverse community and our allies. WHAT WE DO / PROVIDE: Regular support meetings, socials, and special events for trans & gender diverse folks (and allies) to connect, support, and be with one another. A dynamic and community vetted Resource Directory for local/regional trans-inclusive care providers and is for everyone—because whether you’re the individual seeking care or someone referring to another care provider, everyone should know where our transgender-inclusive, educated, and experienced care providers are! Inclusivity trainings and consultation services to organizations and businesses through our Transgender Education and Awareness Services program.

When and how to access support provided:

Email info@transponder.community, call us at 508-443-6337 (4GENDER), or see our website: www.transponder.community.

Our target audience:

Primarily trans/gender-diverse community members, but we do offer support, resources, and education for allies, parents, community organizations, businesses, etc.

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

Last Updated: 07/14/2022 | 38

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TransPulse

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Online chats and forums

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We offer a sense of community and kinship for transgender folks, their families, their friends, and their allies.

When and how to access support provided:

In our forums, you will find a friendly community with a wealth of knowledge and experience at its fingertips. Much the same, our live chat offers experience and moderators who are trained in suicide prevention.

  • Services are exclusively for trans/gender diverse folks.
  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

Last Updated: 07/14/2022 | 42

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Trauma Healing Project

631 E. 19th Ave., Building B
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 687-9447

info@healingattention.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Accessible mental and physical health and wellbeing services.

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

We envision a vibrant and connected community where anyone impacted by violence, abuse or other trauma receives the support and attention they need to fully recover and to reach their highest potential. We work with community members, professionals and organizations to raise awareness and to identify, develop, support and promote many options for healing and for preventing trauma.

When and how to access support provided:

Visit website to learn more!

Our target audience:

Low income people/marginalized groups.

Last Updated: 08/08/2022 | 319

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Victims Rights Law Center

Legal Name + Gender Change Resource

610 SW Broadway, Suite 308
Portland, Oregon 97205 Map

(503) 274-5477 ext 6

legalhelp@victimrights.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Legal Document Resources

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

submitted by Cass Averill -- this is something we need to get in our resource directory

When and how to access support provided:

Go to website and access the step-by-step guides for name/sex change court process for your county. You can also call or email to get information/advisement.

Our target audience:

The Victim Rights Law Center provides free, comprehensive legal services for sexual assault victims with civil legal issues in Massachusetts and Oregon. Our attorneys harness their knowledge from representing survivors to train professionals nationwide to improve the response to sexual violence.

Last Updated: 07/27/2022 | 205

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White Bird Clinic 24-hour Crisis Support

White Bird Clinic

990 W 7th Ave
Eugene, Oregon 97401 Map

(541) 687-4000

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Crisis Intervention and Phone Support

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

White Bird is a collective environment organized to enable people to gain control of their social, emotional, and physical well-being through direct service, education, and community.

When and how to access support provided:

Call the number listed for crisis intervention and/or phone support!

Our target audience:

Lane County residents

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).
  • Gender-inclusive restrooms available.

White Bird Clinic offers 24/7 crisis intervention and phone support. Due to public health concerns, White Bird Clinic has temporarily suspended walk-in crisis.

Last Updated: 07/18/2022 | 58

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Youth Era

PO Box 583, #5
Eugene, Oregon 97440 Map

(971) 334-9295

activatethe@youthera.org

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Services provided that are relevant to the trans/gender diverse community:

Youth Groups

A description of who we are and the services we provide:

Youth Era works to empower young people and create breakthroughs with the dedicated systems that serve them.

When and how to access support provided:

Use the sign up form on the website!

Our target audience:

Youth, ages 14-25

  • Offers services to youth (18 and under).

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