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On Tuesday night, deputies safely helped a person step away from a tough situation. This time of year can be stressful for many. Contact the Washington County Crisis Line to speak with someone who can help. 📞 503-291-9111 💻
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John William Cornett Dec 21
GOD BLESS and THANK YOU for truly helping individuals in distress. What goes around, comes around. Have a very merry and safe Holiday Season. WE NEED YOU for situations exactly like this. Showing care is as good as gold.
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⭐️Jeanine⭐️ Dec 21
Replying to @WCSheriff
Good job! Glad you folks are there when needed!
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April Dec 21
Replying to @WCSheriff
Thank you for all you do for people in a tough and heartbreaking situation. Not an easy job. Thanks 🙏🏼
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Tracy Hornschuch Dec 21
Replying to @WCSheriff
My heart goes out to the gentleman. I'm sending him a virtual hug. If he needs someone to listen, I'm always here.
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187 Dec 22
Replying to @WCSheriff
I been there. Thanks too the officers who assisted me and listen to me
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Shannon Rubeo Dec 22
I'm glad the deputies were there for you when you needed them.
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Shannon Rubeo Dec 22
Replying to @WCSheriff
Good job helping this man you don't even know~ Thank you deputies and all at WCSO for the work you do
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grannie Dec 22
Replying to @WCSheriff
You are what makes this country great.. ignore Trump when he says he is making America great it already is..Thankyou for being there..
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187 Dec 22
Replying to @slrubeo @WCSheriff
Yes, I don't want to die and I don't want to hurt others. It's really hard though. People suck and I've been dealing with them all my life. I need help
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187 Dec 22
Replying to @slrubeo @WCSheriff
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Shannon Rubeo Dec 23
Washington County recently opened the Hawthorn Walk-in Center at 5240 NE Elam Young Parkway in Hillsboro. It's right near a max stop.
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Shannon Rubeo Dec 23
It's a walk-in mental health center. Appointments are not necessary. They are open everyday from 9am-8:30pm. Please reach out to them
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Shannon Rubeo Dec 23
(503)846-4528~ it's good because most places you call for help say they can get you in... in 6-8 weeks🙁 Most people can't wait that long
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