Contact Info and Resources


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Emergency numbers:

Multnomah County Crisis Line: (503) 988-4888 / (800) 716-9769
Suicide: (800) SUICIDE or 1-800-273-TALK
Portland Women’s Crisis Line (Translation Available): (503) 235-5333

The Trans Lifeline

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender National Hotline
Toll-free 1-888-THE-GLNH (1-888-843-4564)

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, pacific time
(Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight, eastern time)

Saturday from 9am to 2pm, pacific time
(Saturday from noon to 5pm, eastern time)

Community resources


National Suicide Hotline
1-800-273-8255 (toll free)

Runaway Line
1-800-621-4000 (toll free)

Washington State Teenline
1-877-345-8336 (toll free)


Alcohol and drug problems

503-292-1333 or 360-693-5781

Alcoholics Anonymous
503-223-8569 or 360-694-3870

Comprehensive Options for Drug Abusers (CODA)


Sexual concerns

Multnomah County sexually transmitted disease clinic

Planned Parenthood
1-888-875-7820 (toll free)

Portland Women’s Crisis Line

YWCA SafeChoice


LGBTQ Resources

PQ Monthly

PQ: a source for LGBTQ news in the Pacific NW - A monthly LGBTQ newspaper publication and website covering local Portland LGBTQ news and events, it’s distributed free in newspaper racks around town, and can also be found in a rack at the QRC main entryway.


Just Out Magazine

Just Out Magazine has returned!  The Original Portland LGBTQ Magazine covers events, happenings, news and interests of the LGBTQ Community in Portland in a new glossy format.  Also distributed free around town, on campus and in select Fred Meyer stores.


Rose City Resource

The Rose City Resource is a publication of Street Roots and is the most comprehensive, updated list of services for people experiencing homelessness and poverty in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties.


Portland’s Sexual Minority Resource Center (SMYRC)

The goal of SMYRC is to create safety and support for LGBTQ youth in Oregon through youth empowerment, community building and education.   In addition to their drop in center offering a variety of groups and health services, SMYRC also provides free mental health counseling to youth 23 and under. Services include assessment, individual treatment, groups, couples, and family therapy. SMYRC is now partnered with the Q Center to provide comprehensive services for the LGBTQ Community.

1220 SW Columbia Street, Portland OR 97201 (downstairs, use the buzzer) | 503-872-9664 |


Basic Rights Oregon

Basic Rights Oregon is a political action committee with the goal of ending discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. They initiate and champion legislation, and monitor the legislative process with the help of one of Oregon’s most respected lobbyists. They also recruit, educate, endorse, and support candidates, working closely with them once they are elected.

503-222-6151 |


Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf

Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf in a nonprofit organization for, with, and about Deaf, Deaf-Blind, & HH gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, and transgender people. NWRAD represents members from Vancouver BC, Washington and Oregon.


Northwest Gender Alliance

“Northwest Gender Alliance (NWGA), of Portland, Oregon, is a social, support and educational group for individuals who desire to explore and express another gender. This includes crossdressers, transsexuals, and other individuals who identify themselves as transgendered.  NWGA accepts any gender role– male to female or female to male.  The group is open to individuals who wish to dress in the clothing of the opposite gender and individuals who desire to change their gender.”

503-533-8787 |


Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), Portland Chapter

Through support, education, and advocacy, PFLAG unites the voices of parents, family members, straight allies, and GLBT people together to advance fairness, justice, and equality in local communities around the country. PFLAG believes that when straight people come to the defense of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) family members and friends, equality for all will finally be achieved.

503-232-7676 |


Cascade AIDS Project

“Founded in 1983, Cascade AIDS Project is the oldest and largest community-based provider of HIV services, housing, education and advocacy in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Cascade AIDS Project helps people put their lives back together; to secure housing, find essential medical care and deal with the countless issues that make the difference between giving up or getting up and going on.”

620 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 300 | 503-223-5907 |


Q Center

“The mission of Q Center is to increase the visibility of and foster connection within metropolitan Portland’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning (LGBTQ) community. The center builds public awareness and support, and celebrates LGBTQ diversity through art, culture, and programming. ”

69 SE Taylor | 503-234-7837 |


Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition

“The Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition (OSSCC) seeks to create safe schools and communities where every family can belong, every educator can teach, and every child can learn regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. The OSSCC believes that all youth deserve to feel safe and welcome in our schools and communities.”

503-232-4556 | |


Friendly House Gay & Grey Program

Formerly known as Elder Resource Alliance (ERA), our Gay & Grey program works to enhance the lives of older gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community members through education, advocacy, outreach and resource development. In 2010, Friendly House’s Gay & Grey program adopted SHARE (Senior Housing and Retirement Enterprises), a private non-profit that had been established in 2001 to address the critical lack of affordable housing for sexual-minority seniors in the Greater Portland Metro area. In 2011 Gay & Grey become an affiliate of a national non-profit, SAGE (Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Elders).

503-224-2640 |

The Northwest Network

The Northwest Network provides support and advocacy for LBGT folks of all genders who are surviving abuse. They work to increases the communities’ ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgendered, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy. They see themselves within a broad liberation movement dedicated to social and economic justice, equality and respect for all people and the creation of loving, inclusive and accountable communities.

206-568-7777 |

Seattle’s Ingersoll Gender Center

Ingersoll Gender Center supports transgendered people towards growth and well being.
They provide support, education, advocacy and information resources for people interested in gender identity issues, and for service providers, employers, families and friends in order to promote understanding, awareness and acceptance of gender diversity.

206-323-5428 | |


Organizations without websites:

National Transgender Advocacy Coalition
PO Box 76027
Washington, DC 20013


The National Latina/o Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Organization (LLEGO)
1612 K Street, NW Suite 500
Washington, DC 20006


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