Sex Trafficking Resources / Multnomah County / Portland, Oregon

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211info  Information & referral for community services 211

Call to Safety (confidential emotional and crisis support, safety planning & referral (DV/SA/ST)) 888-235-5333  

Linea UNICA (Español) (Confidential emotional and crisis support, safety planning & referral (DV/SA/ST) 888-232-4448 

Dept. of Human Services (DHS) Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting (24/7hotline) 1-855-503-SAFE (7233)

Lines for Life (suicide and crisis hotline)  call or text 988

Alba (Crisis support, safety planning & referral, emergency housing for youth ages 9-17) 503-224-4598 Drop in center: 470 SE 165th Ave. Portland, OR 97233

Multnomah County Mental Health Helpline 503-988-4888 or 800-716-9769

National Human Trafficking Hotline 888-373-7888

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 800-843-5678

YouthLine (teen-to-teen support)  877-968-8491 or text 839863

Trans Lifeline  877-565-8860

Trevor Project  text START to 678678 or call 1-866-488-7386

Tobacco Quit Line   800-784-8669

SafeNet (statewide health referrals)  800-SAFE-NET



Call to Safety  (Advocacy; Emergent and stabilization housing navigation, hospital response)  503-235-5333

Linea UNICA (Español)(Advocacy for Latinx survivors of all ages; Emergent and stabilization housing navigation) 503-232-4448

New Day (New Avenues for Youth–Mentorship, skill building & case management; Housing navigation) 503-258-7081

Raphael House of Portland  (Prevention and education services; gender inclusive confidential shelter for DV survivors. New Day prevention line: 503-243-5123)  503-222-6222

IRCO Services Against Exploitation Program  (Advocacy and case management for immigrant, refugee, and foreign-born survivors of all forms of human trafficking) 971-312-9602

The Cupcake Girls (Advocacy, information and referral and counseling for survivors of sex trafficking and sex workers) 207-200-8094

Lifeworks NW (substance use and recovery services) 503-645-9010 

Morrison Child & Family Services SAGE (Secure residential & stabilization services for female-identified youth 11-16 years old, referrals only from DHS, law enforcement, parents and/or guardians.) 503-258-4200

Parenting With Intent (PWI) (mentorship for youth survivors, DHS Caseworker referral only) 503-850-7979

Safety Compass (24/7 advocate response and ongoing support for trafficking survivors in Clackamas, Marion, Multnomah, and Washington County) 971-235-0021

Self-Enhancement Inc DV Program (SEI) (advocacy for Black and African American survivors of all ages) 503-972-3698 

DVERT (Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team) (DV intervention and advocacy in high-lethality cases) 503-988-6440


Runaway Youth Services (ages 9-17)

Alba  (Crisis line- emergency housing) 503-224-4598

Alba  (Program line- mentorship, family mediation) 971-754-4350

Homeless Youth (ages 18-24)

Access Center (Janus, NAFY, OI, NAYA-Shelter, housing, case management & other services) 503-432-3986


Multnomah County

Check the Call to Safety Shelter Space Site (updated daily)

Bradley Angle Emergency Shelter 503-232-1528

Raphael House of Portland 503-222-6222

Salvation Army West Women’s & Children’s 503-731-3900

Neighboring Counties

Clackamas Women’s Services (Clackamas County) 888-654-2288 

YWCA Clark County SafeChoice Shelter (Clark County, Washington) 800-695-0167

Monika’s House (Washington County) 503.469.8620

Clackamas Women’s Services 503.654.2288

Casa Esperanza (Español) (Clackamas County) 503-232-4448

SAFE of Columbia County (Columbia County) 503-397-6161


Abuse Recovery Ministry & Svcs. (ARMS) 503-846-9284

Bradley Angle LGBTQ Program (Marsha’s Folx) 503-232-1528

Bradley Angle Healing Roots Center (Black and African American) 503-595-9591 

El Programa Hispano UNICA (Español, Latinx) 503-669-8350 o 503-232-4448

Disability Abuse Response Team (DART) 503 988-6481 phone only

IRCO Refugee & Immigrant Family Strengthening (Immigrants and Refugees) 503-445-1446

NAYA Family Center Healing Circle (Indigenous) 503-288-8177 

Slavic Oregon Social Services (Russian and Ukrainian) 503-777-3437

Self-Enhancement Inc DV Program (SEI) (Black and African American) 503-972-3698

Community Healing Initiative (CHI) 

Family-based services for youth involved in juvenile justice system

POIC CHI– For African-American youth and families 971-263-3334

Latino Network CHI 503-283-6881 

NARA (Mental health & substance use treatment for Native American folks of all ages) 503-224-1044


Bradley Angle LGBTQ Program (Marsha’s Folx) 503-232-1528

Brave Space and Full Spectrum Therapy (Counseling, gender affirming services, medical support, groups) 503-765-5733 

Full Spectrum Therapy Gender-Affirming Resource Guide 

New Avenues for Youth - SMYRC (community space, counseling and other support for youth 13-24) 503-872-9664

Outside In/Trans Clinic/ID Project (Primary care for trans youth, housing resources for youth 16-24) 503-432-3986

Pivot/Cascade AIDS Project (Primary care, behavioral health and social programming for LGBTQIA+ HIV+ people) 503-445-7699

Q Center (Social support and events) 503-234-7837

TransActive (Groups, advocacy, referrals) 503-768-6040



Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (Services for children with disabilities birth through age 2) 503-947-5535

Dept. Human Services (DHS) Self-Sufficiency (Food stamps (SNAP), TANF, OHP, JOBS) 971-673-2748

Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) (Childcare for low-income folks who are working) 971-673-2411

WIC (food, nutrition information and lactation support) 503-988-3503

Early Learning Multnomah County (low cost and free pre-k) 503-947-0867

Healthy Birth Initiative (Case management and more for Black & African-American pregnant people) 503-988-3387

Impact NW PCHiP (Parenting groups and in-home supports for survivors of domestic violence) 503-721-6766

Insights Teen Parent Program. 503-239-6996

Letty Owings Center (CCC)  (parenting people in recovery) 971-352-8740

LWNW Children's Relief Nurseries (childcare/respite for families)

St. Johns Site 503-283-4776

Mill Park Site 503-564-0164

Mother and Child (Free baby supplies for parents in need; call for appointment or visit on set days) 503-249-5801

Multnomah Childcare & Referral 503-548-4400

Northwest Children’s Outreach (clothing, diapers and other basic needs) place orders online

Pathfinders Center for Family Success (Support & education for families experiencing re-entry) 503-286-0600 x1

Project Nurture (parenting supports for people on methadone, suboxone, etc) 971-808-6217



Fora Health (Detox, residential and outpatient services for youth ages 13-17) 503-535-1151

NARA Youth (counseling, groups, recovery) 503-224-1044

New Avenues for Youth Recovery Oriented Support & Engagement (ROSE) (drop in and peer support) 503-432-3986

Outside In

Counseling for mental health & substance use for HYC youth 503-354-9695

Injection Drug Users Health Services needle exchange & more 503-535-3852



Lifeworks NW (counseling and addiction program) 503-645-9010 

REAL Program (Recovery mentoring & case management for Black youth)    

TAY (Community-based therapy ages 16-24)

plus STRIDE, youth outpatient & community-based treatment

Brave Space (Counseling, gender affirming services, medical support, groups) 503-286-8936



4th Dimension Recovery (ages 18-35, addiction recovery) 971-703-4623

Central City Concern (CCC) Recovery Centers. (outpatient for substance use) 503-944-4410

     Hooper Detox (inpatient and outpatient detox) 503-238-2067

Cascadia Behavioral Health (mental health & substance use) 503-674-7777

CODA (residential & outpatient addictions services) 503-239-8400

Lewis & Clark Community Counseling (low cost/ sliding scale counseling with interns) 503-768-6320

Native American Rehabilitation Association (NARA)

Adult residential addiction services..............................................503-621-1069

Adult outpatient addiction services..............................................503-231-2641

Quest Center for Integrative Health................................................503-238-5203

Lifeworks NW (mental health and addiction services) 503-645-9010


Cascade AIDS Project  503-223-5907 and Prism Health 503-445-7699 

CAREAssist (Assistance with HIV/AIDS medication for low income individuals) 971-673-0144

Central City Concern (CCC) Health Service 971-361-7888

CARES NW (Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services) 503-276-9000 

  Medical examination for survivors of SA/ST – 24/7 line is through Legacy 503-413-2200 

Mult. Co. Health Clinics 503-988-5558

HIV Clinic 503-988-5020 

STI Clinic 503-988-3700

Mult. Co. Dental Access (Routine and urgent dental care) 503-988-6942

National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) (Naturopathic and integrative medicine for low income/uninsured individuals) 503-552-1551


Richmond clinic (primary care, gender affirming care) 503-418-3900

Walk-in Clinic @ 4212 SE Division (Primary medical care for homeless or uninsured individuals) 503-494-1700

Oregon Health Plan (State medicaid for low income individuals) 800-273-0557

Outside In (Medical, mental health, substance use treatment and needle exchange for ages 18-25) 503-354-9695

Planned Parenthood (medical care, birth control, gender affirming care) 888-875-7820

Oregon Prescription Drug Program 800-913-4146

Quest Center for Integrative Health. 503-238-5203

Ride to Care (Non-emergency medical transport for individuals and families with OHP) 1-855-321-4899

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) practitioners at Kaiser, Legacy, OHSU

Social Security Administration 800-772-1213



Central City Concern (variety of housing for adults) 503-525-8483

Community Warehouse (Furniture by referral from partnering agency) 503-445-1449

Human Solutions Family Center Shelter (shelters and housing assistance) 503-477-9724

Impact NW rent assistance 503-721-1740

JOIN (Showers, laundry, phone, internet & mail) 503-232-2031

Oxford Houses (network of affordable, shared recovery houses for adults & children) 800-689-6411 

Path Home (formerly Portland Homeless Family Solutions) 503-915-8306

Portland Rescue Mission (Men’s shelter in downtown Portland) 503-906-7690 or 503-647-7466

REACH Community Development 503-231-0682

Rose Haven Drop-in center (women, nonbinary, gender noncomforming folks, and youth)


Salvation Army Female Emergency Shelter (SAFES) 503-227-0810

Transition Projects, Inc. (Housing support and day center services, including IDs) 503-280-4700


Dress for Success (Career preparedness services, including professional clothing for women 18+)


Job Corps (Education and training program for youth ages 16-24) 800-733-5627

PAVE - New Avenues for Youth (Job training and employment for youth ages 17-24) 503-267-4382

Education prep and re-engagement for youth 17-24 years old (Tues-Thurs) 

SE Works & WorkSource (Education and employment services for adults and youth) 503-772-2300

Title X Homeless Student Services 503-916-5770


Impact NW Energy Assistance Program 971-308-7356 or 211

Low Income Energy Assistance (Oregon programs including outside of Portland) 211

Oregon Energy Fund (formerly Heat Oregon) 

Our Just Future (formerly Human Solutions) Assistance Hotline 503-405-7877 for heat/power and 503-548-0217 for water

SEI Community and Family Programs Energy Appointment line 503-713-5590


Esther’s Pantry (for people living with HIV/AIDS) 503-349-4699

Multnomah County SNAP Outreach Program 503-320-6658 

Neighborhood House free food market 971-447 6292

SnowCap (food, clothing, Trimet fare) 503-674-8785

Sunshine Division (food boxes and clothing assistance message line) 503-823-2102

William Temple House (Tuesday - Thursday drop-in 11am-2pm) 503-715-0320


Child Support Helpline (Division of Child Support) 800-850-0228

Oregon Law Help (online helpfinder tool) 

Legal Aid Services of Oregon Office (Portland regional office) 503-224-4086

Mult. Co. Family Court Self-Help Center

Oregon Crime Victims Law Center 503-208-8160

Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral and Modest Means Program 800-452-8260, ext. 408

St. Andrews Legal Clinic (for low income people who don’t qualify for pro bono services) 503-281-1500

Volunteers of America Court Care (drop-in childcare at downtown Portland courthouse) 503-988-4334


Catholic Charities Immigration Services (low cost and free immigration legal services).503-542-2855

IRCO Services Against Exploitation (immigration and disability legal services) 971-406-9910

Immigration Counseling Services (low cost and free immigration legal services) 503-221-1689

Lutheran Community Services NW (legal services for immigrants and refugees) 503-231-7480

SOAR (low cost and free immigration legal services) 503-284-3002


Emergency 911

Gresham Police 503-618-2318

Multnomah County Jail Release Info (find out status of detained person) 503-988-3689

Multnomah County Sheriff's Office 503-255-3600

Non-emergency Police Response  503-823-3333

Multnomah County Parole and Probation Advocate 503-988.7606

Portland Police Human Trafficking Unit  


Child Support Enforcement 503-988-3150 (Portland) or 503-988-5321 (East)

Multnomah County Courts (Restraining orders and other protective order information) 503-988-3022

Multnomah County District Attorney's Office 503-988-3162

 Victim's Assistance Office. (advocacy and information related to court cases) 503-988-3222

Oregon Crime Victim’s Compensation (financial support for victims of crime who report to police) 1-800-503-7983

Grassroots Support for ST Survivors and People Trading Sex

PDX Sex Workers Resource Project (mutual aid for people who trade sex)

Haymarket Pole Collective (mutual aid and grants for people who trade sex)