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Community Resources

Links that might be useful to the public when finding help for their child.

*Please be aware that our Juvenile website will only post resources that are catered to our 11-17 Juvenile population.

Local Resources

Washington County Juvenile Department is not associated with these organizations. We are assisting in spreading awareness:

To access resource information and referral, visit the 211 website or dial 211.  If 2-1-1 is not yet available in your area, dial 866-698-6155.

The Virginia Garcia memorial Health Center offers a School-Based Health Clinic to students at Beaverton, Century, Forest Grove, Tigard and Tualatin High Schools.

Breaking the Silence is a website about suicide prevention, hope and healing. In communities throughout Oregon, people are talking and thinking about suicide prevention. Oregon journalists have written and broadcast these stories. 

Detox & Rehab Centers is a guide to help individuals and their families receive professional care in substance abuse rehabilitation.

The Family Justice Center of Washington County is in Beaverton. They provide support, information, and services about Domestic Violence.

Washington County Opioid and Overdose Prevention Webpage: information for youth and caregivers.

Mental Health and Addiction:

Alcohol Rehab Guide is a free online source. It has informational guides on alcohol abuse, dual diagnosis, and preventing alcohol abuse:

Columbus Recovery Center provides information and resources on teenage Mental Health Issues. helps students learn about which substances pose the greatest risks to them, the consequences of continuous usage, and steps to overcome addiction.

Live Another Day an in-depth guide on mental health and substance abuse for teens and their parents.

Opioid Help is fighting the opioid epidemic by providing online information. It has vital resources and up-to-date news about the opioid epidemic:

StayHonest, a non-profit association, offers is a reliable resource to help parents and educators navigate the tricky topic of cannabis use among teenagers.

The Recovery Village offers help so your teenager can overcome drug or alcohol abuse by understanding how teen rehab works and knowing which options are available.

With in Health provides information about teenage eating disorders:

Additional Resources:

Sometimes a parent cannot to be home with their child(ren) because of work or other circumstances.
8 Ways To Keep Children Safe When They Are Alone

Emphasizing proper dental care during your child’s teenage years will help keep their teeth healthy throughout life. Dental Care for Teens and Young Adults (Life Stages), New Mouth.

Employment: tips for teens to secure employment, from creating an effective resume to interview preparation.

Student Recovery Resources for Substance Abuse or Dual Diagnosis: