Pediatric Mental Health

Apps

Child Mind — childmind.org

A general resource for parents youth mental and behavioral health.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)—  nami.org

An association of more than 500 local affiliates who work in your communities to raise awareness and provide support and education.

Oregon Family Support Network — ofsn.org

Families and youth working together to promote mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support, and advocacy.

Oregon YouthLine (at Lines for Life) — oregonyouthline.org

YouthLine reaches teens throughout Oregon with teen to teen text, chat, and phone line. YouthLine offers a free, confidential, and safe way to work out challenging issues with another teen who will listen without judging.

Teens Finding Hope — teensfindinghope.org

Provides resources and encouragement to teens and their families affected by depression.

Trevor Project — thetrevorproject.org

Provides crisis intervention for LGBTQ Youth.

Anxiety Canada for Youth — anxietycanda.com

Free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety and anxiety disorders.

Talking to Children about Racial Bias — healthychildren.org

Gives parents an understanding of how racial bias works in children, as well as strategies to help them deal with and react to racial differences.

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Trauma Informed Oregon — traumainformedoregon.org

Includes links to resources and information that may be directly useful to those with lived experience, including a number of centers in Oregon that provide support to trauma survivors as well as publications, tip sheets, websites, suggested reading and other materials.

AAP Resilience for Teens and Families — www2.aap.org/stress

American Academy of Pediatrics’ collection of articles, videos, and resources on building resilience.

National Child Abuse Hotline — childhelp.org

1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)

Positive Parenting — triplep-parenting.net

An online program to teach positive parenting, which is an approach to parenting that gives parents tools and strategies to raise their child in an environment that is safe, loving and predictable.

PTSD Coach online — ptsd.va.gov

Tools for anyone who needs help with upsetting feelings. Trauma survivors, their families, or anyone coping with stress can benefit

One Kind Word — onekindword.org

Empowering individuals to step in helpfully when a parent or child are having a tough time.

Community Resilience Cookbook — communityresiliencecookbook.org

Describes how communities in the United States and Canada are putting the theories of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and resilience into practice.

Safe Families for Children — safe-families.org

Through Host Families, Family Friends, and Family Coaches, this organization temporarily hosts children and provides a network of support to families in crisis while they get back on their feet.

Oregon Pediatric Society

9155 SW Barnes Rd, Suite 933
Portland, OR 97225

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