To access resource information and referral, visit the 211 website or dial 211. If 2-1-1 is not yet available in your area, dial 866-698-6155.
The Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center offers a School-Based Health Clinic to students at Beaverton, Century, Forest Grove, Tigard and Tualatin High Schools.
While the Washington County Juvenile Department is not directly associated with these organizations, we are assisting in spreading awareness:
Alcohol Rehab Guide is a free online source containing informational guides on alcohol abuse,
dual diagnosis, and how to prevent alcohol abuse:
AlcoholHelp.com provides extensive and reliable information regarding alcohol use disorders.
The goal of the site is to prevent alcohol abuse and create a healthier and happier community
free from addiction.
Breaking the Silence is a website about suicide prevention, hope and healing. In communities
throughout Oregon, people are talking and thinking bout suicide prevention; Oregon journalists
have written and broadcast these stories.
Drug Rehab is a free web resource that provides information about addiction, eating disorders,
and mental health issues:
Opioid Help is committed to fighting the opioid epidemic by providing online information for the
community; contains up-to-date news regarding the opioid epidemic as well as vital resources.
Rehab Spot is an informational hub focusing on educating individuals on the treatment
process. Their goal is to lessen the stigma of addiction and empower those who are struggling
to find the deserved treatment. See also: www.rehabspot.com/treatment.
Tuck Sleep a community devoted to promoting sleep health awareness. Guides to treatments
for sleep disorders that don't involve the use of prescription sedatives or other habit-forming
How alcohol negatively impacts sleep
Sleep problems associated with addiction and recovery
Non-drug therapies for sleep disorders
The Family Justice Center of Washington County is located in Beaverton. They provide support, information and services regarding Domestic Violence.
There are a number of things parents can do to make their child(ren) safe at home when they are unable to be there due to work or other circumstances. The following link has suggestions for ways
to make sure children are safe when home alone:
New Mouth Pediatric Dentistry is a one-stop-shop for all of your dental and oral health needs:
Pediatric Health Education: What Every Parent Needs to Know has information about healthcare careers, how long
they take, the pay scale, and help finding a school is helpful to youth looking for what is next: