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New! School Based Health Center - Our goal is to
serve student health needs by providing a quality comprehensive health
care facility located conveniently at Beaverton High School that is open to
all students and employees of the Beaverton School District! 

Please read flyers below for more information about the School Based Health Center.

Community Resources:​

​Adolescent Drug/Alcohol:

Child Abuse Reporting Hotline
503-681-6917Alcohol and Drug Abuse Hotline800-821-4357
HIV / AIDS Information Line800-342-2437Cascadia Behavioral Health Care503-644-2545
Law Enforcement503-629-0111DePaul Treatment Center503-693-3104
Legal Aid Services of Oregon503-648-7163Kaiser Permanente Recovery Resources503-249-3434
Oregon Health Plan Application Line800-359-9517Lifeworks NW503-645-9010
Oregon Partnership for a Drug Free America503-244-5211Northwest Behavioral Health Care503-722-4470
Planned Parenthood Hotline800-230-7526Rimrock Trails503-624-7075
Poison Center800-222-1222Western Psychological Services503-626-9494
Runaway Hotline800-786-2929Youth Contact503-640-4222
United Way Information and Referral503-222-5555
Washington County Crisis Line503-291-9111
Washington County Teen Clinic503-846-8851
Youthline877-553-TEEN

addiction resources

RecoveryVillage.com - comprehensive rehab for drug and alcohol, and eating disorder, and mental health treatments

DrugRehab.com - an organization that provides information and answers for people fighting addiction.

AddictionCenter.com - online resource providing information and support on different substances, addictions, and recovery resources

DrugRehabConnections.com - an informational website that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together.

Suicide Prevention Resources for Students

How to Report Suicidal Users on Facebook (pdf)
"There are two ways to report a suicidal user to Facebook. You may either report it when you are scrolling on the... more"

RESPONSE Student Info (pdf)
"Aloha High School actively supports suicide prevention. Each year we ask staff to review warning signs... more"