PORTLAND-METRO AREA RESOURCES
Mental Health & Addictions
Alcohol & Drug Help Line (800) 923-4357
24/7 hotline that makes referrals based on geographic location and drug of choice.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Lunch Bunch
Gay-friendly AA meetings daily at 2400 NE Broadway: Sun 1 – 2pm, Mon – Sat 12 – 1pm.
Mental Health Crisis Line (800) 716-9769
Masters-level clinicians on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Sex Addicts Anonymous (503) 452-5961
Gay friendly, 12-step format, call or go online for a meeting schedule.
Triangle Project (503) 230-9654
Part of Cascadia, Portland’s only addiction treatment program specifically for LGBTQ.
People of Color
Chicos Latinos (503) 223-5907
Social and educational group for gay/bisexual Latino men with a focus on HIV prevention, health and wellness. A CAP program.
Men’s Wellness & Prevention
Information and resources on gay and bisexual men’s health and wellness in the Portland-metro area.
Pivot (503) 445-7699
A variety of social and informational events and testing services for gay and bisexual men located in the heart of Portland’s gay district. A CAP program.
SHOP (877) 795-7700
Counseling for individuals interested in reducing their risks around sexual and drug using behaviors.
QLAND (503) 223-8822
“Inspiring diverse men to live and love well” through a variety of health and wellness-centered events.
Bradley Angle House (503) 232-7805 ext. 3
Their Sexual and Gender Minority Services Program provides support groups, advocacy, resources, and outreach to LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence and their families.
SMYRC (503) 872-9664
Creating safety and support for LGBTQ youth through youth empowerment, community building and education. Resources include counseling, social activities and groups such as skills building, healthy sexuality, gender issues and more.
Q Center (503) 234-7837
A resource and community center for the LGBTQ community of Portland.
Community of Welcoming Congregations (503) 665-8741
Information on ministries within Oregon and SW Washington that welcome people of all genders and sexual orientations.
Gay & Lesbian National Hotline (888) 843-4564
Toll free national hotline offering totally anonymous info, referrals and peer counseling; listings of gay-friendly businesses, hotels, clubs, doctors, lawyers and therapists; trained peer counselors are available for questioning youth.
Health & Wellness Resources
Gay & Lesbian Medical Association
Health information and resources for gay, bisexual and trans men. Includes a searchable database to find GLBTQ-friendly providers.
Information, resources, frequently asked questions and interactive features related to all aspects of gay men’s health.
Sex, Drugs & Alcohol
Non-judgmental information, support and resources on crystal meth addiction for gay and bisexual men.
Organization dedicated to promoting health and safety within the rave and nightclub communities.
For HIV+ Guys
Vive la Difference
Information and advice for gay and bisexual men in mixed HIV-status relationships.
Information on HIV drug therapy, advances in drug treatment, resources and more around HIV/AIDS medication.
HIV Stops with Me
Real stories from men and women living with HIV. Resources, news and interactive features including a question of the month.
My HIV Life: Living with HIV
Information and resources on living well with HIV. Includes information for newly diagnosed and navigating HIV treatment options.
Information for the newly diagnosed as well as news and updates on HIV treatments and strategies.
Exhaustive HIV/AIDS resource site includes HIV prevention and treatment information, ask the experts forums, news and advice and much more.
From the US Department of Health and Human Services. The latest information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and research.
HIV & Hepatitis
Information and resources for people living with both HIV and Hepatitis C as well as information on Hepatitis B.
HIV/AIDS information and resources for youth. Includes information for newly diagnosed.
UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS)
From the University of California at San Francisco. Information on research and science around HIV/AIDS as well as fact sheets and information on HIV prevention.
Other HIV/AIDS Service Organizations
HIV prevention, HIV/STD testing, information and resources and more for people in Eugene and Lane County.
Stop AIDS Project
HIV prevention for gay and bisexual men. Includes information for newly diagnosed as well as HIV/STD information and resources.
Gay City Health Project
Information on HIV and STD testing as well as resources for gay and bisexual men in the Seattle area.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Seattle-based organization with information and resources around HIV prevention and services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
GMHC: Gay Men’s Health Crisis
HIV/AIDS testing and treatment information and resources as well as public policy and activism information from one of the oldest and largest HIV/AIDS service organizations in the country.
Free HIV testing and Hepatitis A/B vaccinations, Thursdays 5 – 6:30pm.