Crisis Services

Washington County Crisis Line: 503-291-9111 (se habla espanol)

Hearing Impaired: TDD 1-800-735-2900

Help is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week for people experiencing a mental health crisis. Concerned friends, family or community members are also encouraged to call. Please call Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111 to speak with a mental health professional. If you speak a language other than English, a phone interpreter will be provided.

If you are facing a life-threatening emergency, please dial 911. If you are a military veteran in crisis, please call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1 for support specific to veterans.


The Washington County Crisis Line 503-291-9111

The Washington County Crisis Line is staffed with experienced counselors who have at a minimum a master's degree. The Crisis Line provides assessment, crisis intervention, referrals to local resources and treatment. The Crisis Line works closely with other community crisis services including the Crisis Team, 911 and local emergency rooms.


The Washington County Crisis Team

The Washington County Crisis Team is comprised of master's-level clinicians who can respond 24 hours a day to children and adults in crisis when face-to-face contact is needed. There is no charge for this service. Available services include:
  • Urgent mental health and safety assessments at our clinic in Beaverton or in the community as needed
  • Assistance with referrals for ongoing treatment services and resources
  • Brief crisis stabilization and safety planning
  • Prioritized response for police, fire and EMS on mental health calls
  • Interpreters are provided for non-English speakers

Referrals to the Crisis Team are made by the Washington County Crisis Line. Please call 503-291-9111 to discuss your situation.


The Mental Health Response Team (MHRT)

Trained crisis clinicians ride with the Washington County Sheriff's Office and respond with deputies on mental health calls that come through 911. The team provides direct collaboration between dedicated law enforcement and behavioral health professionals for the best outcomes in emergency situations. At this time, MHRT is available every day from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and takes referrals from Washington County 911 as well as direct requests from municipal police agencies in Washington County. For more information, please see the MHRT page on the Sheriff's website.


Other Crisis Resources

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Oregon Youthline: 1-877-968-8491 or text: teen2teen to 839863
  • David Romprey Oregon Warmline: 1-800-698-2392