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Contra Costa Crisis Center provides 24/7, free and confidential support by phone and text message (SMS). We help everyone in...


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Crisis Services (Benton County) offers a full array of Behavioral Health programs including high quality adult and family...


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The Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare Crisis Line is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you or someone you know is...


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Curry County Community Health Crisis Line is dedicated to providing 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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Reach out to a free depression hotline in Oregon, United States for confidential help

Depression is one of the most common mental health problems, affecting about 13% of people worldwide. Depression can affect people differently, but common feelings associated with depression include sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, and guilt.

If you're in Oregon, United States and this sounds like you, then 9 hotlines are available and ready to support you. Consider reaching out if you notice these signs and symptoms of depression:

  • Any task you undertake feels exhausting, and you are not as efficient as before
  • Even the smallest tasks take too much effort
  • You find it difficult to socialize
  • You eat more, and you crave sweets and carbohydrates
  • You wake up during the night or at dawn and cannot fall asleep again
  • Things that used to bring you joy mean nothing to you now
  • You could feel slower in your movement, speech, and reactions than usual
  • You feel worthless and deserving of disgust

These signs of depression can feel confusing and scary. It is normal to feel out of place. However, with the right kind of support, you can begin to feel hopeful and positive about your life and future again.

Reaching out for help when you're depressed is tough. You may feel like nobody will get you, that nobody cares about you, or that you're beyond help. But helpline conuselors and volunteers in Oregon, United States have been trained to help people who are feeling depressed. They care about how you feel and they want to help.

Consider contacting a hotline in Oregon, United States today for free, private help with depression.


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