PO Box 33128, Portland, OR 97292

Community Service Counseling

Community Service Counseling

The following care providers have demonstrated a special interest in treating and serving women experiencing postpartum adjustment issues including depression and anxiety (PPD and PPD/A).  Because the Baby Blues Connection cannot recommend any specific intervention we suggest you call the provider and discuss your exact needs and concerns.

  • William Temple House
    503-226-3021
    2023 NW Hoyt St.
    Portland, OR 97209
    www.williamtemple.org
    Free and low fee counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Assistance with accessing a wide variety of low-fee services is also available.  Call for more information.
  • Lutheran Community Services Northwest
    605 SE 39th Ave.
    Portland, OR 97214-3298
    Portland 503-231-7480
    Beaverton 503-924-2448
    Individual, marriage, family and Christian counseling. Bilingual services available. Sliding fee.
  • Women’s Counseling Center
    503-235-4050
  • Portland Men’s Resource Center
    503-235-3433
    12 SE 14th Ave.
    Portland, OR 97214-1404
    info@portlandmrc.com
    www.portlandmrc.com
    Mental Health counseling center. Also offers domestic abuse intervention and recovery. Additional locations in Beaverton and Oregon City.
  • Insights Teen Parent Program
    503-239-6996
    711 SE Ankeny St., Suite B
    Portland, OR 97214
    ttucker@insightstpp.org
    www.insightstpp.org
    Services include counseling, support groups, outreach to young mothers and fathers, assistance with basic needs, information, referrals and mentor support.
  • Community Health Nurses
    Multnomah County 503-988-5055, ext 24276
    Washington County 503-846-3712
    Clackamas County 503-655-8430
    Clark County 360-397-8440
    Community Health Nurses make home visits to pregnant and postpartum women, and families with infants, toddlers, and young children with special needs. They will provide health information, discuss your baby’s growth and development, provide breastfeeding information/support, and help you find other important community services.
  • Oregon SafeNet
    1-800-723-3638
    621 SW Alder St., Suite 810
    Portland, OR 97205-3623
    safenet@211info.org
    www.oregonsafenet.org
    Statewide Maternal and Child Health Hotline. Call for health information and resources. English and Spanish, other translators available.

If you are aware of a resource for mothers with PPD or PPD/A that is not listed here, or if a current listing needs updating, please Contact Us.