The Oregon Wellness Program is not intended for emergent mental health crises. If you or someone you know needs immediate help, call or text 9-8-8 for the National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
In Oregon, we have mental health crisis responders in each county. Find your county information below.
- Crook County: 541-323-5330
- Deschutes County: 541-322-7500 or 1-800-875-7364
- Jackson County: Mental Health 541-774-8201
- Jefferson County: 541-475-6575
- Lane County: 541-687-4000
- Marion County: 503-585-4949
- Multnomah County: (503) 988-4888
- Polk County: 503-623-9289 (days) and 503-581-5535 (after hours)
Other Industry Resources
The Wellness Library offers personalized resources about healthcare providers for healthcare providers.
You will find tools to defuse stress, demonstrations of research-based innovations in the wellness arena, and life experiences being shared by your colleagues.
The Wellness Library includes links to a collection of current articles, studies, videos, and podcasts on the topics of physician burnout, stress, depression and general wellness.
- Physician Burnout Has Reached Distressing Levels, New Research Finds – 2022, The New York Times, Oliver Whang
- How Can I Tell If I’m Depressed or Burned Out? – 2022, The New York Times, Dani Blum
- Nurses Report Continued Mental Health Issues for Third Year in a Row – 2022, MedPage Today, Shannon Firth
- A nurse’s death raises the alarm about the profession’s mental health crisis – 2022, NPR, Rhitu Chatterjee
- Why So Many Doctfors Treat Their Mental Health in Secret – 2022, The New York Times, Seema Jilani
- Your Body Knows You’re Burned Out – 2022, The New York Times, Melinda Wenner Moyer
- Resident Doctor Who Attempted Suicide Three Times Fights for Change – 2021, Medscape, Jillian Mock
- Nurse Survey Spotlights Mental Health Difficulties During the Pandemic – 2021, MedPage Today, Shannon Firth
- Is That All There Is? Why Burnout Is A Broken Promise – 2021, Refinery29, Whizy Kim
- Venus Williams: The Thing That Has Really Made Me Tough – 2021, The New York Times, Venus Williams
- Working Less Is a Matter of Life and Death – 2021, The New York Times, Editorial
- Burnout: Modern Affliction or Human Condition? – 2021, The New Yorker, Jill Lepore
- The Good Fit — Why Medical Applicants’ Personal Statements Are Anything but Personal – 2021, The New England Journal of Medicine, Michelle H. Silver, M.D.
- “My Intern” – 2021, The New England Journal of Medicine, Richard E. Leiter, M.D.
- Physician, Heal Thy Double Stigma — Doctors with Mental Illness and Structural Barriers to Disclosure – 2021, The New England Journal of Medicine, Omar S. Haque, M.D., Ph.D., Michael A. Stein, J.D., Ph.D., and Amelia Marvit
- ‘Nobody Has Openings’: Mental Health Providers Struggle to Meet Demand – 2021, The New York Times, Christina Caron
- A Parallel Pandemic Hits Health Care Workers: Trauma and Exhaustion – 2021, New York Times, Andrew Jacobs
- Assessing And Addressing Practitioner Burnout – 2021, Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
- COVID-19: ‘Striking’ Rates of Anxiety, Depression in Healthcare Workers – 2020, Megan Brooks