MENTAL HEALTH                          

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Here are some local and regional mental resources

Jackson County mental health resources - Click here

Polk County Behavioral Health currently provides 24-hour, 7 days a week crisis response - Click here for phone numbers

Tillamook County 24/7 Crisis Hotline:
(800)962-2851 or (503)842-8201

Oregon Warm Line: (800)698-2392

Problem Gambling Helpline:(877)695-4648

OPGR Problem Gambling Prevention  https://www.opgr.org/

SOS Tillamookhttps://www.facebook.com/SOS-Tillamook-108907526494283

Here are some national resources:

Suicide Lifeline: (800)273-8255 (for Veterans press 1)

Trevor Project: (866)488-7386

Suicide Text Line: Text HOME to 741741

EUGENE FAMILY YMCA LAUNCHES SOCIALIZATION PROGRAM IN LIGHT OF YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
Y steps up in response to U.S. Surgeon General’s December advisory on pandemic’s negative effects on youth mental health

 

Eugene, Ore., Jan. 18, 2022 – Hearing the call to support preteens during a years-long pandemic, the Eugene Family YMCA has committed to offering regular Middle School Madness nights, which provide opportunities for middle schoolers to socialize, be physically active, play new games and leave with a sense of belonging.  Learn more.

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which aims to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public, and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families. Your YMCA supports your family all year round.  You may find the following resources helpful: 

Free Audio Meditations for Adults and Kids

Learning to Manage Emotions for Children

Dos and Don'ts of Helping Your Child Learn to Cope

Teens: Daily Mental Checklist

Mental Health Screening Test for Your Child

Why Take Care of Your Mind

Calm My Worry

Self-Care and Mental Health for Kids

How Exercise Affects Your Brain

TED Playlist: How to Get into a Work-From-Home Mindset