Peer Organizations

  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
    Support groups, information, and other resources for people who have mood disorders.
  • Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon – 877-222-1332
    Peer support group for mental illness and substance abuse.
  • Folk TimeOregon City: 503-722-5237
    Connecting individuals who share the experience of living with mental illness through peer support and community-based activities.
  • Folk TimePortland: 503-709-2450
    Connecting individuals who share the experience of living with mental illness through peer support and community-based activities.
  • Laurel Hill Center – 541-485-6340
    Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community.
  • Mental Health America of Oregon – 503-922-2377
    Consumer-run advocacy, education and networking organization.
  • Mental Health Association of Portland
    Impartial and independent advocate for persons with mental illness and addiction.
  • Northstar Clubhouse – 971-271-7273
    Mental health recovery program including employment support and social activities for adults who live with mental health challenges.
  • Oregon Consumer Survivor Coalition – 541-345-9106
    Statewide network of people who identify as having a psychiatric diagnosis for sharing ideas, providing mutual support, working toward common goals, strengthening peer-run organizations, and advocating for positive change in the mental health system.
  • Portland Hearing Voices
    Public education, discussion groups, training, and community support related to hearing voices, seeing visions, and having unusual beliefs and sensory experiences often labeled as psychosis, bipolar, mania, paranoia, schizophrenia, and other mental disorders.
  • Project Able – Salem 503-363-3260; McMinnville 503-474-5509
    Provides peer-to-peer services and supports for individuals recovering from mental health and/or co-occurring issues.