COVID-19 Behavioral Health Support
The pandemic has been difficult for all of us. It is normal to feel stressed, anxious and even a little depressed. If you are struggling to cope, help is available.
Seek help immediately if you are having thoughts of suicide. Crisis services are always available by calling 503-291-9111.
If you need support related to the pandemic, we have counselors who can help you manage your feelings. They can also help you understand your reaction to the pandemic.
Our COVID-19 Community Counseling Program (CCCP) is a partnership between Washington County and several community agencies. We work with:
- LifeWorks NW
- Asian Health and Service Center
- Lutheran Community Services NW
- Virginia Garcia
The CCCP provides short-term support. Counselors will assist you in developing coping skills and they can also connect you to other care, or ongoing services, if needed.
Services are provided at no charge. Services are offered in many languages and interpreters can be provided.
How to get help:
To request an appointment, email COVIDCounseling@co.washington.or.us. You can also call Washington County Behavioral Health at 503-846-4528 to request services.
If you need immediate help, call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111.
Call 9-1-1 for life threatening emergencies.
Visit our Crisis Services webpage for more resources.