Crisis Support Resources

Ridgeline is committed to supporting each member of our school community during challenging times. Life can sometimes present us with difficulties that may seem insurmountable, but remember, you deserve help and support, no matter how big or small the issue may feel.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to any of these resources if you or your child needs someone to talk to or assistance during challenging times. Your well-being is important to us, and we're here to support you.

If you have specific concerns about your student, please reach out to us at

911: Imminent danger to self or others

YouthLine: A dedicated helpline for youth, where no problem is considered too big or too small. You can call them at **1(877)968-8491**, text 'teen2teen' to **839863**, or chat with them online at [](

Helping Out Teens in Schools (HOOTS): HOOTS provides mental health crisis intervention services for students during the school day. Phone: 541-342-8255 Email: General Inquiry Contact Form

White Bird:
541-687-4000; 1-800-422-7558 (24-hour local crisis line)

Looking Glass:
541-689-3111 (24-hour local youth crisis line)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Call 988 (press 1 for Veterans Crisis Line)

Trevor Lifeline (for LGBTQ youth):

Crisis Text Line:
741-741 (text “HOME” to access services) 24/7 support

The Trans Lifeline:

The Hope and Safety Alliance:
541-485-6513 (domestic violence support)

Sexual Assault Support Services:

Friendship Line:
800-971-0016 (support for older adults 60+)

Crisis Services

Non-emergency mobile crisis intervention.
541-682-5111 (Eugene);
541-726-3714 (Springfield)

Hourglass Community Crisis Center:
Short-term mental health crisis assessment & stabilization for adults, 24 hours/day, 7 days a week

Youth Crisis Response Program:
1-888-989-9990 (for parents of children through age 17)

Crisis Lines and Support Resources.pdf

Resources To Process Violence & Mass Shootings