Issues of Health, Safety, Livability
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- Free, 24/7 mental health support
- Interpretation services for non-English speakers
- Referral to low-cost or sliding-scale agencies
- Help finding mental health providers
- Information about non-crisis community resources
Urgent Walk-In Clinic
Need to meet face to face? Stop by our Urgent Walk-In Clinic.
The clinic can help anyone experiencing a mental health crisis at no cost.
- Receive immediate care during a mental health crisis
- Speak to a psychiatrist or a mental health nurse practitioner
- Get help with medication and treatment
Location: 4212 SE Division St, Portland (MAP(link is external))
Hours: 7 am – 10:30 pm, seven days a week
One of the best ways to decrease crime is for people within the community to be connected and communicate with each other. The Crime Prevention Program works to provide education and trainings for community members to increase livability and reduce the fear of crime in the City of Portland. Crime Prevention Teams are made up of 3 teams of 3-4 coordinators per team (North, Central, and East). The neighborhoods served by each team correspond to the current Portland Police Bureau boundary lines (North Precinct, Central Precinct, and East Precinct). Visit the website to learn more, or to request a Crime Prevention Training from your Crime Prevention Team.
The City of Portland’s Graffiti Program supports neighborhood livability by decreasing graffiti vandalism in partnership with neighborhood and business associations, community partners and volunteers. There are several ways to report graffiti to the City of Portland: