February 9, 2013 9am at the Estacada First Baptist Church
Dental clinic, social and community services resource fair, chiropractic, vision and hearing screening, hair cuts.
If you need to talk with someone you can call the following numbers:
Crisis Line 503-655-8585 or toll free 1.800.716.9769
Mental Health Access Line 503-742-5300
Information & Referral Line 211 or 503.226.3099
Support Group Information
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Mission: The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Clackamas County is a local nonprofit organization, affiliated with state and national organizations, dedicated to improving the quality of life for all whose lives are affected by mental health issues through support, education, advocacy and outreach.
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