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988 Crisis Line Starts Saturday

(Portland, OR)  --  Starting this Saturday, people who are suicidal or experiencing another behavioral health crisis will have easier access to help in Oregon and nationwide.  They will be able to call or text 988 to get help from trained crisis counselors 24/7.  Counselors are linked to the existing national suicide prevention lifeline network.  In Oregon, calls are answered by Lines for Life statewide, and Northwest Human Services in Marion and Polk counties.

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