You are not alone. Everyone deserves to have the support and help they need with mental illness.

The words Your Mental Health is a Priority with a multicolored mural background. The outside in logo is in the lower right hand corner

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As a licensed Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment provider, Outside In is dedicated to removing barriers to care, supporting efforts to increase access to mental health services, and combating the stigma faced by people with mental illness. 

Millions of people live with mental illness. Every day, our staff witness the suffering caused by the stigmatization and lack of attention to mental health needs. We are committed to providing low-barier access to mental health care in our medical clinics, youth services, and behavioral health treatment programs.

Working with our community members to address mental health needs requires compassion, skill, and dedication. I am incredibly proud of and humbled by all my colleagues who do this transformational work at Outside In. It amazes me to see the delivery of high quality care and the nimbleness our team brings to serve individuals with complex mental health needs each and every day.”
~Amanda Antenucci, Behavioral Health Director

Please know that you are not alone. Living through a global pandemic has been isolating for so many. We need to continue to find ways to stay connected with our communities. Everyone deserves to have the support and help that they need with mental illness – whether their own, or in a friend or family member.

Here are some helpful resources, links, and phone numbers!

Multnomah County Mental Health Call Center and Project Respond 503.988.4888, Toll-free – 800.716.9769, Hearing-impaired dial 711

Clackamas County Crisis and Support Line503.655.8585

National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800.273.8255

Trans Crisis Hotline 877.565.8860

The Trevor Project 866.488.7386

LGBT National Youth Talkline 800.246.7743

Bullying Hotline – 800.420.1479

National Eating Disorders Association Helpline 800.931.2237

Grief Support – 650.321.3438

National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline 800.950.6264

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Treatment Locator:


Thank you!

It is because of you – our community –
that Outside In is able to save the lives of thousands of people each year.

We would love to hear from you!
Please feel free to share your thoughts, ideas, and questions with us.

We are grateful for your support!