NameType of ServiceDescriptionaddressphone numberwebsite
Adult Basic Education (SP)Adult EducationHelps Students achieve goal of getting High School Diploma, GED, increasing college or English skills. Classes throughout Lane Co. LCC Campus is Main office. Classes held in Cottage Grove, Florence, Springfield, Eugene, Junction City4000 E 30th Ave., Bldg. 11, Room 201, Eugene 541-463-5214www.lanecc.edu/abse
Adult Basic Education (SP)Adult EducationHelps Students achieve goal of getting High School Diploma, GED, increasing college or English skills. Classes throughout Douglas Co. Wooley Center is Main office. Classes in Drain, Glide, Myrtle Creek, Glendale, Tri City, Roseburg1634 W. Harvard Ave, Roseburg541-440-4603 umpqua.edu/absd
Lane Community CollegeAdult Education/TrainingProvides individuals with career counseling and up-to-date, quality career and academic information. Assists in career decision making process. 4000 E 30th Ave., Bldg. 1, Room 103, Eugene 541-463-3200 www.lanecc.edu
Umpqua Community CollegeAdult Education/TrainingProvides individuals with career counseling and up-to-date, quality career and academic information. Assists in career decision making process. 1140 Umpqua College Rd, Campus Center, Roseburg 541-440-4610 umpqua.edu/career
Umpqua Training & EmploymentAdult Education/TrainingServices including labor info., assessment and testing, career counseling, structured job search, financial assistance, and work experience in an instructional setting. Assistance in the following: preparing for a job or training, finding a job, job training, adult and youth GED760 NW Hill Ave, Roseburg541-672-7761www.ute1stop.org
Umpqua Valley Disabilities NetworkAdult EducationServices for people who have self-expressed literacy barriers. Tutoring is available in reading, math, writing, GED preparation, and English as a Second Language (ESL)736 SE Jackson, Roseburg541-672-6336 www.uvdn.org
Center for Community Counseling Anger ManagementTen-week Changing Anger for Parents class offered 3 times a year, sliding-fee scale, free on-site child care. Pre-registration required. This class is not designed for those who are court mandated.1465 Coburg Rd., Eugene 541-344-0620www.ccceugene.org
Young Fathers Anger Management ~ Catholic Community ServicesAnger ManagementTen-week Options to Anger class for young fathers includes recognizing and managing anger, identifying challenging situations, resolving conflict, and strengthening relationships. 1025 G St., Springfield 541-345-3628, ext. 308 www.ccslc.org
Care & Share Basic NeedsFood Pantry open Last Monday of each month 9:00-Noon1008 Hayhurst Lane, Yoncalla
Casa De BelenBasic Needstransitional housing facility dedicated to helping homeless teens and families with teens, find a safe place to put their lives back together. 1199 NE Grandview Dr, Roseburg541-677-0073 casadebelen.org
Church of ChristBasic Needs FoodFood Pantry: Open Last Monday of the month 4pm-5pm205 Birch St, Yoncalla541-849-2346
Community Food for CreswellBasic Needs FoodProvides a once-a-month emergency food box (plus 4 extra times during a year) to income eligible individuals and families between 12:30 PM and 3:00 PM every Thursday. Please review the income eligibility chart online or call364 Cobalt Ln, Creswell541-246-9117 Community Food
Community SharingBasic NeedsFood pantry, Assistance with utilities, laundry & showers, prescriptions, clothes closet Client services Mon-Fri 11AM-3PM1440 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove541-942-2176communitysharing.org
Dexter Food PantryBasic Needs FoodFood Pantry: Open First and Third Tuesday of the month 2pm-6pm38925 Dexter Rd, Dexter541-937-4229
Douglas Co. Food Pantry ListingsBasic Needs FoodUcan has listed all the food banks and Kitchens in Douglas County on this one handy resource page. www.ucancap.org
Eugene Community Service Center ~ Catholic Community Services (SP)Basic NeedsAssistance with basic needs includes food boxes, hygiene items, prescriptions, clothing, identification, bus tokens, referrals, computer access, phone, and mailing address. Food Pantry: Mon/Wed/Fri 9am-12:45pm1464 W 6th Ave., Eugene 541-345-3628 www.ccslc.org
Eugene Service StationBasic NeedsProvides homeless adults with a warm and welcoming place where they can meet their basic needs (food, day shelter, clothing, laundry, showers, supplies) and get assistance stabilizing their personal crises. Telephones, message services, computer access, job and housing referrals.450 Hwy 99 N., Eugene541-461-8688 www.svpd.us
Family Support & Connections ~ Catholic Community Services (SP)Basic NeedsCase manager help families find resources to reduce stress factors and increase opportunities for success. Serves all of Lane County. Food Boxes: Wed/Fri/Sat 9am-12:45pm1025 G St., Springfield541-345-3628, ext. 311 www.ccslc.org
First Place Family Center (SP)Basic NeedsServices for families with children under 18 include food, kitchen, day shelter, free laundry, showers, phone, phone messages, mail service, use of computer with internet access, Night Shelter and Overnight Parking Program, and clothing vouchers (certain restrictions apply).1995 Amazon Pkwy, Eugene541-342-7728FirstPlaceFamilyCenter.org
Fish EugeneBasic NeedsVolunteers provide food, propane, and limited prescription medication assistance to anyone in need. By appt. only440 Maxwell Rd, Eugene541-689-9750
Fish Drain Food PantryBasic Needs FoodFood Pantry open Tuesdays from 9am-1pm. 131 W A Avenue, Drain
Fish RoseburgBasic NeedsEmergency food service is the major focus of our efforts of FISH. The FISH Food Pantry allows low-income families to choose the groceries most appropriate for their family. Medical, short-term Shelter, and transportation as needed.405 Jerry’s Drive, Roseburg541-672-5242 fishorroseburg.org
Food for Lane County (SP)Basic NeedsCountywide distribution of emergency and supplemental food through a network of 100 agencies and programs. Services include emergency food boxes, no-cost meal sites for people with low income, gardens, nutrition education programs, and summer lunches for children. Call locations and hours.770 Bailey Hill Rd., Eugene 541-343-2822foodforlanecounty.org
Glide Helping HandsBasic NeedsFood and Clothing pantry, Firewood, monthly dental care174 Abbott St, Glide541-496-3956
Helping Hand Room (SP)Basic NeedsFree baby layettes for newborns and clothing for children and adults. Open Tuesday/Thursday, noon – 2 p.m. by appointment only. Spanish translation available on Tuesday, noon – 2 p.m.First Christian Church, 1166 Oak St., Eugene 541-344-1425
Hosea Youth ServicesBasic NeedsDrop-in center for youth (ages 22 and under). Open Mon/Wed/ Frid, 3–6:30 p.m.; dinner at 5 p.m. Services include dinner, showers, laundry facilities, personal hygiene items, job referral, clothing, and a lounge for rest or recreation.834 Monroe St., Eugene 541-344-5583 www.hoseayouth.org
Housing And Community Services Agency (HACSA) of Lane Co (SP)Basic Needs, Financial Asst.Section 8 Program: Federal program assists families with rental housing payments to private landlords. Family member completes housing application and placed on waiting list; when eligible, family composition, income/assets verified. New families taken into program as vacancies occur. 177 Day Island Rd., Eugene541-682-3755 www.hacsa.org
Housing And Community Services Agency (HACSA) of Lane Co (SP)Basic Needs, Financial Asst.Agency-owned Housing: Various types of housing owned and managed by HACSA. Family member completes housing application and placed on waiting list; when eligible, family composition, rental references, criminal history, income/assets verified. New families offered units as vacancies occur.300 W Fairview Dr., Springfield541-682-4090 www.hacsa.org
Housing Authority of Douglas Co. Basic Needs HousingProvides the opportunity for affordable housing that is safe, decent, and sanitary and free from discrimination. programs offered: Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, Low Rent Public Housing, and Multiple Family Properties.902 W. Stanton, Roseburg541-673-6548www.hadcor.org
Housing Program~ Catholic Community Services (SP)Basic NeedsCounseling, intensive case management, and rental subsidies for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and seeking support to remove barriers to self-sufficiency. Limited emergency shelter services available for people with fragile health and short-term shelter needs. Drop-in days to speak with a housing counselor: Tues/Thurs, 9 am–4 pm1025 G St., Springfield541-345-3628, ext 327 www.ccslc.org
Joyce Morgan~Food BankBasic Needs FoodFood commodities and support resources for Douglas County food pantries and kitchens Mon-Thurs 8-4284 Kenneth Ford Dr, Roseburg541-672-3421www.ucancap.org
Lane County WIC Program (Supplemental Food & Nutrition) (SP)Basic NeedsSupplemental food and nutrition education program for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, infants, and children up to age 5. Services include breastfeeding help, referrals to community resources, vouchers for healthy food. Eligibility based on screening and income.151 W 7th Ave., Room 210, Eugene 541-682-4202www.lanecounty.org
Living Hope OutreachBasic NeedsFood Bank Wed 12:30 – 5:00 Sun 12:15 – 1:00 & 4:30 – 5:30337 C Avenue, Drain541-836-7151 drainnaz.org
Looking Glass Station 7 ~ Project Safe Place (SP)Basic NeedsEmergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth (ages 11 – 17) provides 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency transportation, and family reconciliation.921 W 7th Ave, Eugene Crisis: 1-888-689-3111 www.lookingglass.us
Looking Glass Rural ProgramBasic NeedsEmergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth (ages 11 – 17) provides 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency transportation, and family reconciliation.19 N. 6th St, Cottage Grove541-767-3823 www.lookingglass.us
Cornerstone Community Housing (SP)Basic Needs HousingQuality affordable housing communities in Eugene and Springfield and support services to promote personal and economic growth and independence.P.O. Box 11923, Eugene541-683-1751 cornerstonehousing.org
Mid-Lane CaresBasic NeedsFood Pantry, Utility assistance, medical services, Emergency Help25035 W Broadway Ave, Veneta541.935.4555 x104 www.midlanecares.org
Mother’s Helper ~ At Ease Home Care Basic NeedsMedical and non-medical services to assist parents before and after baby’s birth. Helps new and seasoned parents adjust to their changing schedule. Shopping, meal prep, housekeeping, guardian-supervised child care, and more.88 E Broadway St., Eugene 541-344-3273 www.ateasehomecare.com
Neighborworks UmpquaBasic Needs HousingEducational workshops and informational sessions covering all that potential homebuyers need to know about the home-buying process, from start to finish, in an effort to increase access to affordable housing605 SE Kane St, Roseburg541-673-4909 www.nwumpqua.org
Nutrition Education Program ~OSU Extension (SP)Basic NeedsClasses on how to prepare quick, tasty, and healthy family meals and snacks on a limited budget. Call for more information.996 Jefferson St., Eugene 541-344-0249 www.foodhero.org
Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS)~ Self-Sufficiency Programs (SP)Basic NeedsMedical, child care, financial (TANF), food stamps (SNAP), and employment. Family Center, 305 Coop Court, Cottage Grove541-942-9186 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS)~ Self-Sufficiency Programs (SP)Basic NeedsMedical, child care, financial (TANF), food stamps (SNAP), and employment. District Office 2885 Chad Dr., Eugene541-687-7373 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Oregon LifelineBasic Needs UtilitiesOregon Public Utility commission that provides eligible low income customers a discount on their residential/landline or wireless phone bill by $12.751-800-484-4442 lifeline.org
Roseburg Dream CenterBasic Needs FoodProvided free of charge: clothing, furniture, assistance with cleaning, yard work and other chores. Food Pantry is opened 2 days a week from 10:00-1:45, Monday and Wednesdays1900 S.E. Main St, Roseburg541-673-5918 roseburgdreamcenter.org
Roseburg Rescue MissionBasic NeedsRoseburg Rescue Mission provides food, shelter, showers, laundry, and recovery to men, women, and children in need. Services: Emergency, New Life Program, Samaritan Inn(women and families), Transitional Housing. 752 SE Pine, Roseburg541-673-3004 roseburgrescuemission
Salvation Army Cascade DivisionBasic NeedsFood Pantry Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 1pm-4pm homeless services and referrals3130 NE Stephens St, Roseburg541-672-6581 www.tsacascade.org
Safe Haven Maternity HomeBasic Needs PregnancySafe home environment that meets the spiritual, emotional, physical and education needs of pregnant young women and mothers (13-17) who are homeless or in crisis. Housing, nutritious meals, independent life skills, parenting ed., overall health, educational and financial skills445 NE Chestnut Ave, Roseburg541-464-2740 safehavenmaternity.org
ShelterCare Brethren Housing (SP)Basic NeedsServices for homeless families include temporary housing, food, clothing, case management, counseling, advocacy, skill building, money management, and housing and employment search support. 1062 Main St., Springfield 541-726-8125 www.sheltercare.org
ShelterCare Family Housing Program Basic NeedsEmergency housing for homeless families, assistance with finding rental housing, employment and income searches. Also transitional and permanent housing for individuals experiencing homelessness and a psychiatric disability.969 Hwy 99 North, Eugene 541-689-7156 www.sheltercare.org
Springfield Community Service Center~ Catholic Community Service (SP)Basic Needs, Financial Asst.Assistance with basic needs includes food boxes, utility bill payment, hygiene items, prescriptions, clothing, bus tokens, information and referral, phone, and mailing address. 1025 G St., Springfield 541-345-3628 www.ccslc.org
Springfield Salvation Army Basic NeedsExtremely limited rental assistance with 72-hour eviction notice.
Clothing vouchers for children and adults (one per 12-month period). Open Mon/Tues/Thurs 9am-2pm, Wed/Fri 9am-11am
1275 Mill St., Springfield 541-747-6229 salvationarmyusa.org
Salvation Army EugeneBasic NeedsExtremely limited rental assistance with 72-hour eviction notice.
Clothing vouchers for children and adults (one per 12-month period). Open Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs 8:30am-11:55am and 1pm-3:25pm, Fri 8:30am-12:25pm
640 W 7th Ave, Eugene541-343-3328 salvationarmyusa.org
St. Vincent De PaulBasic Needs6 core service areas: Affordable Housing, Emergency Services, Homeless Services, Recycling Programs, Retail Thrift Stores, and Self-Sufficiency Services. Vouchers for Clothes and Home goods available456 Hwy 99 N, Eugene 541-689-5820 www.svdp.us
Sutherlin/Oakland Emergency PantryBasic Needs FoodFOOD PANTRY is open 2 days a week: Monday/Wednesday 9am-11am183 E 1st Ave, Sutherlin541-459-4082
UCAN (SP)Basic Needs Womennutrition education program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children learn how to eat well and stay healthy. WIC works to improve the health and nutrition of women and children during critical years of a child's development.621 W Madrone, Roseburg541-440-3516 www.ucancap.org
UCAN (SP)Basic NeedsUCAN provides many basic needs services: Affordable Housing, Food Pantries, Head Start, Health Insurance Assistance, Heating Assistance, Homeless, Referrals, Money Management, Volunteer opportunties, Tax Assistance, Transportation, Weatherization, WIC, and Job Training280 Kenneth Ford Dr, Roseburg1-800-301-8226www.ucancap.org
Upper Willamette Community Dev.Basic Needs FoodOAKRIDGE FOOD BOX: Tuesday-Thursday 9am-11am and 11:30am -1:30pm47674 School St, Oakridge541-782-2192
Battered Person's Advocacy (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Sexual AbuseMission is to create a community free of family violence, sexual assault, and stalking through empowerment, support, and education. Services: Legal advocacy, Emergency services, Hispanic outreach, Shelter services, Transitional services. 1202 SE Douglas, Roseburg541-957-0288 www.peaceathome.com
CAFA (Christians As Family Advocates) Child Abuse, Domestic ViolenceDomestic violence intervention for offenders and victims, parenting classes, supervised visitation services, and individual therapy for adults, children, couples, and families. 921 Country Club Rd., Suite 222, Eugene541-686-6000 www.cafaweb.com
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Lane County (SP)Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse, LegalCASA volunteers advocate in juvenile dependency court for children (ages birth – 18) who have been abused or neglected.174 Deadmond Ferry Rd., Springfield 541-984-3132 www.casa-lane.org
Douglas C.A.R.E.S. Child Abuse, Sexual AbuseCrisis intervention counseling to help stabilize the family during traumatic situations, support & referral services, child abuse evaluation256 SE Stephens, Roseburg541-957-5646 www.douglascares.org
Jasper Mountain (SP)Child Abuse, Sexual AbuseIntensive mental health treatment for children (ages 4 – 13) includes residential treatment, day treatment school, therapeutic foster care, crisis stabilization37875 Jasper-Lowell Rd., Jasper 541-747-1235 www.jaspermountain.org
Jasper Mountain SAFE Center (SP)Child Abuse, Sexual AbuseIntensive mental health treatment for children (ages 4 – 13) includes residential treatment, day treatment school, therapeutic foster care, crisis stabilization89124 Marcola Rd., Springfield 541-741-7402 www.jaspermountain.org
Kids’ FIRST (Forensic Intervention Response& Support Team) (SP)Child Abuse, Sexual AbuseChild’s well-being is first priority.Children are interviewed and medically examined in matters concerning child abuse. Services: investigations, coordinates child’s legal, medical, and mental health needs through partnerships and community resources.2675 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Eugene 541-682-3938 lanecounty.org/KidsFIRST
Oregon Department of Human Services~ Child Welfare Programs (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic ViolenceProtection, foster care, and adoptions.1899 Willamette St., Eugene 541-686-7555 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Oregon Department of Human Services~ Child Welfare Programs (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic ViolenceProtection, foster care, and adoptions.Gateway Center, 1040 Harlow Rd., Springfield541-726-6644 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Oregon Department of Human Services~ Child Welfare Programs (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic ViolenceProtection, foster care, and adoptions.1937 W Harvard, Roseburg541-440-3373 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Sexual AbuseServices for survivors of sexual abuse/assault, their friends, and family crisis and support line and on-call advocacy, medical and legal advocacy, peer counseling, support groups, educational presentations, and referrals. Drop-in hours: Tues–Thurs,9 a.m.– 4 p.m; Mon/Fri, by appointment.591 W. 19th Ave., Eugene Crisis 541-343-7277 Office 541-484-9791 www.sass-lane.org
Womenspace (SP)Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Sexual AbusePrevention of domestic violence in intimate partner relationships in Lane County and support services for survivors in claiming personal power. 1577 Pearl St., Suite 400, Eugene Crisis 541-485-6513 Office 541-485-8232 womenspaceinc.org
Arcof Lane Co. JumpstartChild Care Special NeedsAfter school enrichment program (ages 5-21) for people who experience I/DD. Open Mon-Fri, with extended house on no-scholl days and holiday breaks. Saturday respite offered twice per month.4181 E St., Springfield 541-343-5256, ext. 113 arcfamiliesconnected.com
The Arc’s Take-A-Break Monthly Respite Program (TAB) (SP)Child Care Developmental DisabilitiesProgram serves children (ages 0 – 17) who experienced an I/DD and their siblings. Programs: respite for families, opportunities for children to spend time with peers doing activities. TAB meets first Saturday of each month.4181 E St., Springfield 541-343-5256 www.arclane.org
Boys & Girls Club of Emerald ValleyChild Care After SchoolClub members enjoy a wide mix of fun, safe, and educational programs after school. Programs: Leadership, Education, & Career Development, Health/Life Skills, and Sports & Recreation1545 W. 22nd Ave, Eugene541-345-9939www.bgcev.net
Boys & Girls Club of Umppua ValleyChild Care After SchoolClub members enjoy a wide mix of fun, safe, and educational programs after school. Programs: Leadership, Education, & Career Development, Health/Life Skills, and Sports & Recreation1144 NE Cedar St, Roseburg541-440-9505 bgcuv.org
Creswell Christian Child Care CenterChild CareFull-time and part-time child care, preschool, and pre-k classes. Daycare=ages 6Mos-toddler Preschool and Kindergarten=morning and afternoon classes380 Kings Row, Creswell541-895-4652 creswellchristianschool.com
Employment Related Day CareChild Care Financial Assthelps eligible low-income families pay for child care while they are working. ERDC is a subsidy program, meaning eligible families still pay part of the child care cost.1937 W Harvard, Roseburg541-440-3301 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Eugene School District 4J (SP)Child CareStudent-run child care/preschool programs at North Eugene and South Eugene high schools. Teen parent program at Early College and Career Options. After-school programs at some schools; contact schools directly for information.200 N. Monroe St., Eugene541-790-7700 541-790-7080 (SP) www.4j.lane.edu
Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties (SP)Child Care Financial AsstCustomized referrals to child care; information and support to assist parents. Website provides on-line access for parents and providers. Child-care provider training, technical assistance, newsletter, and other services.LCC, 4000 E 30th Ave., Bldg. 24, Eugene 1-800-222-3290
Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties (SP)Child Care Financial AsstCustomized referrals to child care; information and support to assist parents. Website provides on-line access for parents and providers. Child-care provider training, technical assistance, newsletter, and other services.1140 Umpqua College Road, RM 102, Roseburg 541-440-7705
First Steps Child Care CenterChild CareInfant/Toddler care at Cottage Grove High School for teen parents in school and community. Call Cherilyn for more information1310 S 8th, Cottage Grove541-942-3391 Ext. 112
Great Days Early Education CenterChild CareEducation for school readiness, Infant and todder care for ages 6 weeks to 2 1/2 years, Preschool and childcare for ages 2 1/2 to 5 years. After-school care at Bohemia Elementary K-5th grades. Bus Transportation from all schools403 N. River Rd, Cottage Grove541-942-7460 www.greatdaysed.org
Growing Place Pre-schoolChild CarePre-school for ages 3-5. All-day Child care for 2-12 yrs. Also infant care. Parent subsidies available. 160 N Mill St, Creswell541-895-3983 Facebook page
Church of ChristClothing ClosetDiapers, infant and maternity clothes Monday and Thursday 11-2pm195 N 6th St, Cottage Grove541-942-3822
Seventh Day Adventist ChurchClothing ClosetCloset open Tuesdays 1-4pm820 S 10th St, Cottage Grove541-942-5213 adventistchurchconnect.org
Center for Community CounselingCounselingCounseling provided to uninsured adults of Lane County. More than 90 pro-bono community counselors offer services on a sliding-fee scale, $1–52. Free on-site child care during parenting classes. Grandparents Raising Grandchildren support group. Anxiety & Depression support group offered 3 times a year. Call for screening-counseling and pre-registration for classes, Mon–Thurs, 9 a.m.– 3 p.m.1465 Coburg Rd., Eugene 541-344-0620www.ccceugene.org
Center For Family Development (SP)Counseling/ Substance AbuseFamily and individual counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. Outpatient treatment and groups for adults and adolescents with mental health, substance abuse and dependence problems. OHP and some insurance accepted. Sliding-fee scale available.1258 High St., Eugene541-342-8437 www.c-f-d.org
Center For Family Therapy (SP)CounselingTherapy for couples, families, and individuals. Staffed by U of O graduate student therapist interns trained to work with new parents, couple conflict, parent-child relationships. Closely supervised by doctoral-level faculty and clinicians. Sliding-fee scale. Day & evening weekday hours. Healthy Nests Program offers new parent couples a free relationship assessment. HEDCO Clinic, 1655 Alder St., Suite 170, Eugene 541-346-0923 education.uoregon.edu
Child CenterCounselingCounseling and Family Therapy (in homes and at school) and psychiatric consultation-Children 1-18yrs. Day treatment programs for children 4-13yrs. Call for help 24-hours a day. Accepts OHP, sliding scale. Local services in Cottage Grove3995 Marcola Rd, Springfield541-726-1465 www.thechildcenter.org
Child and Family Center CounselingRange of low-cost, family-based services for children(ages 2–17). Services can include brief and long-term intervention, assessment, family and child therapy, parenting help, and referrals.1600 Millrace Dr., Suite 103, Eugene541-346-4805 cfc.uoregon.edu
Direction Service Counseling Center (SP)CounselingOutpatient counseling and mental health support to adults, children (ages 18 mos and older), adolescents, and families. Private insurance and OHP accepted. Call for information about walk-in assessment program.576 Olive St., Suite 307, Eugene541-344-7303directionservice.org
Community Health AllianceCounselingMental health services. Outpatient, Community Support, Crisis hotline, short term and long-term therapy, youth and family counseling. 621 W. Madrone, Roseburg541-440-3532 www.chaoregon.org
Gateways Counseling CenterCounselingHelp clients uncover their true potential. Research-based therapy techniques help unearth long-standing behavior patterns that may be holding clients back from experiencing a fulfilling life. Therapy for individuals, couples, families, teens, children55 S 17th St, Cottage Grove541-942-0040gateway-counseling.com
Looking Glass Counseling Program (SP)CounselingOutpatient mental health treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and their families. Individual, family, and group therapy. Family-focused, skill-based, and trauma-informed services. Locations in Eugene, Cottage Grove, Junction City, Veneta, and Oakridge. OHP, private insurance, and sliding-fee scale.260 E 11th Ave., Eugene541-484-4428 www.lookingglass.us
Ophelia’s PlaceCounseling WomenEmpowering resource and support center for girls and girl-identified youth (ages 10 – 18) to drop in Monda –Thursday, 3–6 pm. Services: resource information/referrals, strength-based counseling by appointment, support groups, skill-building activities, and leadership opportunities.1577 Pearl St., Suite 100, Eugene 541-284-4333 www.opheliasplace.net
Options Counseling and Family Services (SP)Counseling Quality mental health, family preservation, life skills, interventions,Circle of Security parenting groups, DBT groups, intensive family services, family sexual abuse treatment, and medication management to rural and urban children, adolescents, individuals, and families who are at-risk and homeless. 1255 Pearl St., Suite 102, Eugene541-687-6983 www.options.org
Options Counseling and Family Services (SP)Counseling Quality mental health, family preservation, life skills, interventions,Circle of Security parenting groups, DBT groups, intensive family services, family sexual abuse treatment, and medication management to rural and urban children, adolescents, individuals, and families who are at-risk and homeless.175 W B St., Bldg D, Springfield541-762-1971 www.options.org
Options Counseling and Family Services (SP)Counseling Quality mental health, family preservation, life skills, interventions,Circle of Security parenting groups, DBT groups, intensive family services, family sexual abuse treatment, and medication management to rural and urban children, adolescents, individuals, and families who are at-risk and homeless.770 SE Kane St, Roseburg541-464-6455 www.options.org
Pathways Boys ProgramCounseling BoysResidential mental health and alcohol/drug treatment for juvenile offenders (12-18yrs); stay average of 6 mos.; family counseling, academic instruction, corrections issues, substance abuse, mental health550 River Rd, Eugene 541-743-2611 www.lookingglass.us
Pathways Girls ProgramCounseling GirlsResidential mental health and alcohol/drug treatment for juvenile offenders (12-18yrs); stay average of 6 mos.; family counseling, academic instruction, corrections issues, substance abuse, mental health2485 Roosevelt Blvd, Eugene541-246-1149 www.lookingglass.us
Sacred Heart Hospital (University)CounselingMental Health Specialists conduct mental health assessments of individuals that are seeking hospitalization and provide disposition recommendations to Sacred Heart emergency room personnel.1255 Hilyard St, Eugene541-686-7300 www.peacehealth.org
Sacred Heart Hospital (Riverbend)CounselingMental Health Specialists conduct mental health assessments of individuals that are seeking hospitalization and provide disposition recommendations to Sacred Heart emergency room personnel.3333 Riverbend Dr, Springfield541-222-7300 www.peacehealth.org
South Lane Mental Health (SP)Counseling Offers a variety of programs and services designed to respect the individual choices and unique needs of each client. Services include: Medication assessment, management, and monitoring; Counseling, Referrals, Crisis Response, Supported housing services, Insurance enrollment assistance1345 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove541-942-3939 slmh.org
Valley View CounselingCounseling Provides a wide range of services for all age groups. Services: personal one on one therapy, couples, family and group therapy, Parent Training and Education classes and Domestic Violence Treatment, chemical dependency treatment1652 NW Hughwood Court, Roseburg541-673-3985 valleyviewcounseling.com
White Bird Crisis Center (SP)Counseling Crisis counseling, long-term counseling, and mental health information and referral. Phone, walk-in, and mobile services available 24 hours. Mobile crisis intervention through Cahoots available daily, 11 a.m.– 3 a.m 341 E 12th Ave., Eugene 541-682-5111 www.whitebirdclinic.org
4J Young Parent Program (SP)Family Education and SupportProgram for high school students in Eugene 4J School District who are pregnant or parenting. Includes comprehensive high school classes, on-site certified child care, case management, resource referral, and health services for young parents and their children. LCC, 4000 E, 30th Ave., Bldg. 24, Eugene 541-463-3950 www.4j.lane.edu
Act for Families (SP)Family Education and SupportLow-cost classes and workshops to help parents and professionals reduce stress, stenghten relationships, decrease conflict, nuture children Services offered evenings and weekends. 1776 Millrace Dr, Eugene541-434-1621www.actforfamilies.org
Adoption Connections of Oregon Family Support AdoptionNon-profit organization of families and individuals offers support, education, multi-cultural activities, and friendship to anyone touched by or interested in adoption. P.O. Box 10581, Eugene541-954-2899 adoptionconnectionsoforegon
Autism Family SupportFamily Support, AutismResources and support for families of children with autism and developmental delays. Parent Network with monthly group meetings. 1000 S 10th St, Cottage Grove541-942-3389
Babies First!Family Education and SupportThe Babies First! Program provides services for infants and children at risk for poor health or development problems and works with families to prevent, overcome, or cope with their child’s health concerns.541-682-8720 www.lanecounty.org
Center for Dialogue and Resolution ~ Parent/Teen Program (SP)Family Education and SupportPrivate, personalized, and balanced opportunities for good communication between teens and parents for issues involving trust, privacy, chores, curfew, driving, grades, dating, drug-use, friends, and more. 93 Van Buren St., Eugene541-344-5366 lanecdr.org
Centro Latino Americano (SP)Family Education, Support, Basic NeedsBilingual services to support Latino families include mental health therapy, substance abuse treatment programs, health care access, bus passes, food boxes, job search assistance, computer access, crisis intervention, referrals, and advocacy. Food Pantry: Mon-Thurs 8:30am-noon & 1pm-5pm, Fri 8:30am-12:30pm944 W 5th Ave., Eugene 541-687-2667 centrolatinoamericano.org
Early Education ProgramSchool PrepStructured preschool for Lane County residents. 20 locations throughout Lane Co. Focus on language, motor & social skills. Morning and afternoon classes all year at specific locations. Creswell included. 99 W 10th Ave, Suite 340, Eugene541-485-0368earlyeducationprogram.org
Eugene Family Resource Network (SP)Family Education and SupportLocated in schools, they offer a variety of activities to meet the needs of the communities in which they are located yet offer minimum criteria to build in consistency across the county. They offer services and activities, in both English and Spanish, which support healthy families and school readiness120 Hilliard Lane, Eugene541-790-7200
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.1380 Taney, Eugene 541-461-6424 Ext. 3061 www.preventionlane.org
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.1401 Laurel St, Junction City541-998-2386 Ext. 497 www.preventionlane.org
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.92550 School House St, Marcola541-933-2411 Ext. 1216 www.preventionlane.org
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.76499 Rose St, Oakridge541-782-3281 www.preventionlane.org
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.36386 Hwy. 58, Pleasant Hill541-736-0493 www.preventionlane.org
A Primary Connection Family Resource CenterFamily Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.1275 S River Rd, Cottage Grove541-942-4967 www.preventionlane.org
A Primary Connection Hispanic Family Outreach (SP)Family Education, Support, LatinoVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.1275 S River Rd, Cottage Grove541-942-4967 www.preventionlane.org
Family Resource Centers (SP)Family Education and SupportVariety of support and activities for families: parenting education, playgroups, parent/toddler literacy, information/referrals to resources, family fun nights, school and neighborhood connections, computer access, after-school activities, and volunteer opportunities. Contact center for location, hours of operation, and specific services.1030 G St, Springfield541-744-6769 www.preventionlane.org
Family Development CenterFamily Education, Support, ReferralsComprehensive family support program whose mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect. Free services for families experiencing stress, with children (6 weeks-6yrs). Services: home visits, parent education, therapeutic classroom, crisis intervention, food pantry, referrals300 Jerry's Drive, Roseburg541-673-4354 fdcroseburg.org
Family Relief Nursery (SP)Family Education, Support, ReferralsEarly Childhood Program offers early childhood classes for children (6 weeks–6 yrs), home visits, parenting education, respite care, crisis response, family support, bilingual services (Spanish),and referrals to other community partners. All Services free of charge, call for appointment720 N. 14th St, Cottage Grove541-942-4835www.familyreliefnursery.org
Family Relief Nursery (North Douglas)Family Education, Support, ReferralsEarly Childhood Program offers early childhood classes for children (6 weeks–6 yrs), home visits, parenting education, respite care, crisis response, family support, bilingual services (Spanish),and referrals to other community partners. All Services free of charge, call for appointment316 W A Ave, Drain541-600-5312www.familyreliefnursery.org
Head Start and Early Head Start of Lane County (SP)Family Education, School PrepComprehensive preschool education for children (birth-5) of families with low income. Part-day, full-day, and community child care offered. Health, social services, translation, advocacy, and parenting education provided. Applications accepted year round; spring best time. 221 B St., Springfield 541-747-2425 www.hsolc.org
Head Start and Early Head Start of Lane County (SP)Family Education, School PrepComprehensive preschool education for children (birth-5) of families with low income. Part-day, full-day, and community child care offered. Health, social services, translation, advocacy, and parenting education provided. Applications accepted year round; spring best time. 79880 Delight Valley School Rd, Cottage Grove541-942-5565 www.hsolc.org
Head Start (UCAN) of Douglas Co. (SP)Family Education, School PrepHead Start prepares children ages 3-4 for school and life by improving their self-image and skills. Provides half-day classes in many locations in Douglas County. Focus on education, health, nurtrition, family services. Transportation provided. 948 SE Roberts, Roseburg541-673-6306 www.ucancap.org
Healthy Families Douglas County (SP)Family Education and SupportFree home visiting program provides parenting education and support to new parents, beginning prenatally or after birth. Home Visitors bring information on child development, health, safety, nutrition, and other resources in the community.308 SE Jackson, Roseburg541-672-5392 x 4501 healthyfamiliesamerica.org
Healthy Families Lane County (SP)Family Education and SupportFree home visiting program provides parenting education and support to new parents, beginning prenatally or after birth. Home Visitors bring information on child development, health, safety, nutrition, and other resources in the community.151 W 7th Ave., Eugene 541-682-7425 healthyfamiliesamerica.org
Kind Tree Autism RocksFamily Support, AutismOnline resouce with support group links and information. 516 Adams Ave Cottage Grove541.942-9822 www.kindtree.org
Oregon Family Support NetworkFamily Education and Support Families who have children with emotional, mental, or behavioral issues receive help navigating the mental health system. Services include family support groups and fun nights.72A Centennial Lp, Suite 150, Eugene541-342-2876 www.ofsn.org
Parent Education (SP)Family Education, Support, ParentingParenting education/support services for parents with infants and young children. Open to all families. Classes in Roseburg, Winston, Sutherlin, Myrtle Creek, Glide, Reedsport, Drain. Onsite childcare and refreshments. Call to register541-817-3119 parenteducation.org
Parent Partnership (SP)Family Education and SupportParent support and education for families in South Lane School District: Family Resource Center, teen-parent child care, homeless youth assistance. 1310 S 8th St., Cottage Grove 541-942-2104 parentpartnership.net
Parenting Now! (SP)Family Education and SupportParenting education/support services for parents with infants and young children. Open to all families. Programs: Incredible INFANTs; Wonderful ONEs; Terrific TWOs; Parents Again for parents of siblings; Program for Young Parents (ages 12–21) who are pregnant or parenting86 Centennial Lp; Eugene 541-484-5316 www.parentingnow.org
Relief Nursery, Inc. (SP)Family Education and SupportSupport services for families with low income and children under 6yrs; includes home visits, crisis response, therapeutic early childhood classes for children, individual and group parenting classes, mental health counseling for adults and children, and group/individual alcohol and drug recovery support. All services free of charge. 1720 W 25th Ave., Eugene; 850 S 42nd St., Springfield541-343-9706 541-485-0007www.reliefnursery.org
Saturday Circus ~LCC Counseling Dept.Family Education and SupportPrinciples of Child Guidance (Saturday Circus) parenting program, year-round free parenting education groups. Saturday, 9 am–noon; Thursday, 9 am–noon (summer only). Age-eligible child care available on a pre-registered, space available basis only. Low or no charge for most services.Downtown Campus, 101 W 10th Ave., Eugene541-463-5234 www.lanecc.edu/ccfc
Twins & Beyond (SP)Family Education and SupportSupport group for families with twins, triplets, and higher order multiples located in the Eugene-Springfield area in Oregon.541-968-0980 www.twinsandbeyond.com
CaCoon Care Coordination (Lane Co)Family Education, Special NeedsServes families with children and young adults (birth to age 21) who have complex health conditions, such as cleft lip/palate, spinal bifida, cerebral palsy, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic orthopedic problems, and other special health needs.541-682-8720 www.Cacoon.org
Healthy Families (UCAN)Pregancy Education and SupportHealthy Families! Services for prenatal women, health needs of pregnant women, and families with babies (0-5years) including home visits, resource referrals, to ensure health babies621 W Madrone, Roseburg541-440-3586 www.ucan.org
Money Management (UCAN)Financial, Tax PlanningFree assistance with personal money management tasks through specially trained and certified volunteers. Service is personalized, confidential and safe.621 W Madrone, Roseburg541-440-3516 tax-assistance.com
Young Fathers Program~ Catholic Community ServicesFather Education and SupportSupport for young fathers includes parenting classes, one-on-one and group support and anger management classes. Program focuses on successful parenting, strengthening relationships, resolving conflict, and self sufficiency. 1025 G St., Springfield 541-345-3628, ext. 308 www.ccslc.org
AL-ANONSupport: Substance AbuseThe Al-Anon Family Groups are fellowships of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems541-343-1104 www.oregonal-anon.org
A Team Justice LeagueSupport: Developmental DisabilitesServing all of Lane County for families who have a child with a developmental disability. They provide networking, support, lending library and a 24 hour private and confidential online forum.PO Box 2302, Eugene541-301-1700 ateamjustice.org
BabyLoss Eugene Support: Grief/LossMonthly support group for parents and other family members who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. Please call or e-mail for location and current schedule. P.O. Box 70043, Springfield 541-556-2773 Circle of Gold Facebook
The Compassionate Friends Support: Grief/LossPersonal comfort, hope, and support offered to every family experiencing the death of a son or daughter, brother or sister, or grandchild. Assistance also offered to others to help the grieving family.3515 Edenbower, Roseburg541-672-1890compassionatefriends
The Compassionate Friends Support: Grief/LossPersonal comfort, hope, and support offered to every family experiencing the death of a son or daughter, brother or sister, or grandchild. Assistance also offered to others to help the grieving family.Eugene541-689-0824 eugenecompassionatefriends
Courageous Kids Grief Support for Youth (SP)Support: Grief/LossGrief support for bereaved children and teens (ages 6–18) and their caregivers. Weekly support groups offered at office and upon request in schools. Annual 4-day residential summer camp. Age-appropriate activities designed to facilitate emotional healing. No fees; donations requested.677 E 12th Ave., Suite N180, Eugene 541-242-8693 courageouskidsoregon.org
First Candle (SP)Support: Grief/LossSupport and 24-hour hotline for families experiencing stillbirth, miscarriage, or death of a baby. Provides current information about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and ways to reduce the risk of infant death. Bilingual crisis counselors available 24 hours/day. 1-800-221-7437 www.firstcandle.org
Hospice of Sacred Heart Support: Grief/LossGrief class and day/evening time-limited groups for those grieving the death of loved one. Specialized groups intermittently offered; e.g., Men’s Retreat, Grief Support Groups, Parent Support Group. 677 E 12th Ave., Suite N 110, Eugene541-461-7550 www.peacehealth.org
Mercy Foundation Support: Grief/LossEquine Assisted Learning:10-week session, and groups of peers spend an hour with the Horse Play team and therapist. Roseburg541-784-7576
Mercy Foundation Support: Grief/LossWings of Hope Supports children who have experienced loss: death, abandonment, divorce, or parental conflict. Roseburg541-677-2384
Mercy Hospice and Bereavement GroupsSupport: Grief/LossSupport Groups for people who have experienced the loss of a loved one. No pre-registration required for support groups. Education series offered periodically. 2400 Stewart Pkwy, Ste. 200, Roseburg541-677-2384 mercyrose.org
NAMI Connections Support: Mental HealthEducation, advocacy, and support for persons with mental illnesses and their families. Cottage Grove support groups available. Call for Schedule2411 MLK Jr Blvd #209, Eugene541-343-7688 namilane.org
Nar-Anon Family (SP)Support: Substance AbuseSupport group meetings for family members and friends affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol abuse. Call for meeting times and places. No dues or fees.1-800-477-6291 www.nar-anon.org
211 Family Info (SP)Helplines ChildrenFree and confidential information provided about behavior, education, or development of a child younger than eight years old by 211 Family Info’s child development specialist. Call 211; text; e-mail; or visit website.P.O. Box 11830, Portland, OR Helpline: 211, ext. 5 www.211info.org
Child HelpHelplines Child Abuse24-hour crisis and support line, counseling, emotional crisis, parents that need support and encouragement, support for abuse survivors, resource referrals, questions about child abuse, report suspected abuse1-800-422-4453 www.childhelp.org
Child Welfare ServiceHelplines Child AbuseReport child abuse to a local office of the Department of Human Services (DHS) or a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police. You can also call 1-855-503-SAFE (7233). 1-866-300-2782 www.oregon.gov/dhs
Crisis Hotlines DirectoryHelplinesOnline resource that lists crisis helplines for many conditions and issues not covered on this resource guide. If this is an emergency call 911 or procede to your nearest emergency room. allaboutcounseling.com
Crisis Response Program (SP)Helplines FamilyFree 24-hour service for families. Responds to mental health crises involving children and adolescents: telephone intervention, community intervention, brief case management, referral services, crisis care1-888-989-9990
Douglas County Mental HealthHelplines 24-hour crisis Mental HealthMental health services. Outpatient, Community Support, Crisis hotline, short term and long-term therapy, youth and family counseling. 24-hours Crisis Help2700 Stewart Pkwy, Annex B, Roseburg1-800-866-9780 www.chaoregon.org
Emergence Gambling Helplines GamblingWe offer CONFIDENTIAL, SAFE, AND SUPPORTIVE counseling services for problem gambling. 1-877-MYLIMIT www.1877mylimit.org
Fussy Baby Network (SP)Helplines BabiesSupport and information to help parents with infant crying, sleeping, and feeding issues. Calls answered Monday–Friday 9 am–5 pm CST. Evenings and weekends leave voice message. Infant specialist will respond as soon as possible. Free of charge.1-888-431-2229erickson.edu/fussybaby
Info Line ~ a program of White BirdHelplines ReferralsComprehensive human services information and referral helpline. Special programs for people with low income include phone access, voucher for free eye exam and eye glasses to those on waiting list, and mail/message service.341 E 12th Ave., Eugene 1-800-422-7558
Jasper Mountain (SP)Helpline Parents and YouthHelp families and youth in cases of violence, aggression, out-of-control behavior, or other mental health issues causing immediate concern for the safety of the child or their family members. 24-hours per day37875 Jasper-Lowell Rd., Jasper 1-888-989-9990 www.jaspermountain.org
La Leche League (SP)Helplines BreastfeedingMother-to-mother breastfeeding support through monthly meetings and phone and e-mail support. Evening group meeting (all welcome), fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.Eugene Friends Church, 3495 W 18th Ave., Eugene541-744-6055 lalecheleagueoregon.com
Narcotics AnonymousHelplines Substance Abuse24-hours a day Helpline for substance abstinence self-help support group541-957-1489 www.uvana.org
National Suicide Prevention LifelineHelplines SuicideIf you feel you are in a crisis, please call the Lifeline. People have called for help with substance abuse, economic worries, relationship and family problems, sexual orientation, illness, getting over abuse, depression, mental and physical illness, and even loneliness.1-800-273-8255suicideprevention.org
Oregon HIV/STD Hotline (SP)Helplines HIV/STDAnswers Questions about sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, and performs risk evaluations. Anonymous information, support, and referrals to Oregon residents. Live online chat available1-800-777-2437 oregonaidshotline
Oregon Helps Helplines ReferralsWebsite provides information and eligibility requirements for programs that offer food/nutrition, housing/utilities, children/family resources, health care, financial benefits, and support to seniors/people with disabilities. www.oregonhelps.org
Oregon Regional Poison ControlHelplines Poison24 hour health care information and treatment resource. Call or visit the website for information on poisonous plants, drugs, chemicals and for emergency help.1-800-222-1222 www.ohsu.edu
Postpartum Support International (SP) Helplines PostpartumWeekly phone forums, “Chat With an Expert,” every Wednesday for moms and first Monday for dads. Visit website or call for information, schedule, and access codes. For local PSI services, including warm line, see WellMama, Inc. 1-800-944-4773 www.postpartum.net
SAMHSA (SP)Helplines Drugs/AlcoholSAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental health and/or substance use disorders.1-800-662-4357 www.samhsa.gov
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) (SP)Helplines Sexual Assault24-hour crisis and support line and on-call advocacy, medical and legal advocacy, peer counseling, support groups, educational presentations, and information and referral.591 W 19th Ave., Eugene 1-800-788-4727 www.sass-lane.org
WellMama, Inc. Helpline Pregnancy 24/7 message Warm Line, phone/e-mail support, resources, referrals, and advocacy.Free pregnancy and postpartum peer support groups. Call or visit website for group meeting times, locations, and information. 1-800-896-0410 www.wellmamaoregon.org
White Bird Crisis Center (SP)Helplines CounselingCrisis counseling, long-term counseling, and mental health information and referral. Phone, walk-in, and mobile services available 24 hours. If you are experiencing a crisis, call our 24-hour Crisis Line341 E 12th Ave., Eugene 541-687-4000 www.whitebirdclinic.org
Womenspace (SP)Helplines Domestic ViolencePrevention of domestic violence in intimate partner relationships in Lane County and support services for survivors in claiming personal power. 1577 Pearl St., Suite 400, Eugene1-800-281-2800 www.womenspaceinc.org
Center for Dialogue and Resolution ~ Family Program (SP)Legal MediationFair and balanced opportunities for parents to collaboratively design child custody, parenting time plans, or modification of existing custody and parenting plans. Services: negotiation assistance with separation or divorce issues; parent/youth and other family services. 93 Van Buren St., Eugene 541-344-5366 communitymediation.com
Don Mills Family Law Resource CenterLegalFind court approved family law forms such as dissolution, custody, parenting time plans, enforcement, modifications and information about court procedures. 1036 SE Douglas, Rm 202, Roseburg541-957-2403 courts.oregon.gov
Douglas County CourthouseLegalDomestic Relations, Restrainig Order filing hours Mon-Fri 8-Noon, 1PM-5PM1036 SE Douglas, Rm 202, Roseburg541-957-2470 courts.oregon.gov
Lane County Family Mediation (SP)Legal Mediationon class “Focus on Children,” and professional custody and parenting time mediation by court-approved domestic relations mediators.151 W 7th Ave., Suite 360, Eugene 541-682-3962 www.lanecounty.org
Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy (SP) (ASL)Legal AidFREE Legal assistance to persons with low income in civil matters such as government benefits, immigration, and eviction. The Survivors Justice Center, offers free legal services; domestic violence, sexual assault, custody, visitation, and safety planning. Cases prioritized and referrals made. 376 E 11th Ave., Eugene541-485-1017 www.lclac.org
Legal Aid Services of OregonLegal AidThe Roseburg office handles cases involving family law, protection from domestic violence, housing law, public benefits, disabilities, and senior issues. Custody and divorce classes are offered every other month; call the LASO Roseburg office to be screened and accepted. 700 SE Kane St, Roseburg541-673-1183 lasoregon.org
Neighbor-2 Neighbor MediationLegal MediationTrained volunteer mediators support the growing need for alternative and better ways to settle disputes which may arise among friends, neighbors, family, co-workers or business associates and customers. Roseburg541-530-2578 n2nmediation.com
Oregon Department of Justice ~ Division of
Child Support (SP)
LegalAssistance locating absent parents; establishing paternity; establishing, modifying, and enforcing child support orders; and receiving and distributing child support payments.165 E 7th Ave., Suite 300, Eugene 541-686-7834 oregonchildsupport.gov
Oregon Law HelpLegalHelps low-income persons and seniors with legal information and free civil legal services. Here you can locate information on a variety of legal issues, as well as referrals toprograms providing legal assistance in Oregon. oregonlawhelp.org
Roseburg DCS Office (Div. Child Support)LegalAssistance locating absent parents; establishing paternity; establishing, modifying, and enforcing child support orders; and receiving and distributing child support payments.2440 NW Troost, Suite 100, Roseburg541-440-3357 oregonchildsupport.gov
Victim Services Program(SP)Legal AidAssistance, criminal-justice education, guidance, support to crime victims. Supplies ongoing case management/crisis intervention for victims experiencing domestic violence and persons petitioning for Family Abuse Prevention Act restraining orders. 125 E 8th Ave., Rm 400, Eugene541-682-4523www.lanecounty.org
Cottage Grove Public Library LibrariesFree youth events, Summer reading party, Beginning Readers, Preschool Storytime, Free Sumer Library Cards to families with children. Sports equipment for check-out700 E Gibbs Ave, Cottage Grove541-942-3828 Cottage Grove Library
Douglas County LibraryLibrariesFree youth events, Story Time, Summer Reading Program, Book Clubs, Computer lab, 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg541-440-4305www.dclibrary.us
Eugene Public Library (SP)LibrariesBooks on parenting and child development; children’s books, movies, music CDs; many online resources through Library website. Storytimes for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, plus special family events. All events free. 100 W 10th Ave., Eugene541-682-8316
Springfield Public Library )SP)LibrariesParent resources on child development and care. Children’s books, movies, audio books, CDs, magazines, and online services. Weekly lapsit and preschool storytimes, regular family programming, and special events. Internet and meeting rooms available. All programs free of charge. 225 5th St., Springfield541-726-3766 www.wheremindsgrow.org
American Red Cross ~ Oregon Pacific Chapter Medical ClassesWeekly Infant and Child CPR/First Aid courses: breathing and cardiac emergencies, anti-choking skills, and injury prevention. Babysitting, Basic Aid Training classes for youth. Call for current schedule.862 Bethel Dr., Eugene 541-344-5244 www.redcross.org/eugene
American Red Cross ~ Oregon Pacific Chapter Medical ClassesProvides relief to single-family, multi-family and community emergencies; national and international disasters; and helping people to prevent, prepare for and respond to disasters. Call for training schedule or assistance1176 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg541-673-3225 www.redcross.org/eugene
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (SP)Medical Special NeedsComprehensive diagnosis, evaluation, and management of various conditions, including developmental delay, autism, speech and language disorders, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and orthopedic impairments. 901 E 18th Ave., CSB, Eugene 541-346-2613 www.ohsu.edu
Children’s Dental Center
~ Asst. League of Eugene
DentalDental care for area public school children from families with low income and no insurance.1850 Bailey Hill Rd., Eugene 541-790-5181
Cottage Grove Community Healthcare ClinicMedical Family Medicine, Pediatrics, physical therapy, Emergency Room, Imaging, Outpatient Support Services: Diabetes, Education, Home Health, Laboratories541-767-5500 www.peacehealth.org
Dove MedicalMedical Pregnancy diagnosis clinic. Services include pregnancy testing, decision coaching, and limited obstetrical ultrasound, and Care Net Mom’s prenatal education class. Confidential services provided free of charge. 487 E 11th Ave., Eugene541-345-3683 www.DoveMedical.org
Eugene School District 4J Health CentersMedical YouthMedical services to students/siblings (ages 0–19) enrolled in 4J schools. Call for appt. Routine exams; sports physicals; immunizations; vision/blood pressure screening; diagnosis/treatment of minor illness/injuries; reproductive care; tobacco/drug/alcohol prevention/cessation; mental health counseling. Insurance billed, OHP; sliding-fee scale. No service withheld due to inability to pay.Churchill Health Center541-790-5227 www.4j.lane.edu
Eugene School District 4J Health CentersMedical YouthMedical services to students/siblings (ages 0–19) enrolled in 4J schools. Call for appt. Routine exams; sports physicals; immunizations; vision/blood pressure screening; diagnosis/treatment of minor illness/injuries; reproductive care; tobacco/drug/alcohol prevention/cessation; mental health counseling. Insurance billed, OHP; sliding-fee scale. No service withheld due to inability to pay.North Eugene Health Center541-790-4445 www.4j.lane.edu
HIV AllianceMedical HIVFree, anonymous HIV testing, counseling, and case management services for people with HIV or Hepatitis C. Services: Computer Lab, Needle exchange, free protection, and speakers program. 545 W. Umpqua St. Ste. 1, Roseburg541-440-2761 harmreductioncenter.org
Lane County Dental SocietyDentalFree dental information and referral.2300 Oakmont Way, Suite 110, Eugene 541-686-1175 www.lanedentalsociety.org
Lane County Public Health Services (SP)Medical Maternal/child health information and home visits, maternity case management/referral, WIC services, child and adult immunization appointments, communicable disease prevention, HIV counseling and testing, and STD information,referrals. Sliding-fee scale to zero.151 W 7th Ave., Eugene 541-682-4041 www.lanecounty.org
Lions ClubMedical VisionFurnishing eyeglasses and hearing aids for persons from needy families as funds allow. Fill out application on website for assistance. P.O. BOX 57, Roseburg541-464-6225 umpqualions.com
March of DimesMedical EducationPreconception/prenatal education to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, infant mortality, and premature birth. Public health education materials and audio visuals.115 W 8th Ave., Suite 360, Eugene 541-225-5023 www.marchofdimes.com
Mercy Mecial CenterMedical Education DiabetesEducation is provided by a diabetes certified registered nurse and dietitian; individual or group classes2700 Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg541-677-2102
Mercy Foundation Children’s HealthcareMedical YouthHelps ease the financial burden on families of expenses like special equipment, medications, and transportation due to children's illness. 2700 Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg541-677-4818 www.mercygiving.org
Oregon Health CareMedical Medical, Dental, Vision, Mental Health. Available to Oregon families. Information packets available at Department of Human Services 305 Coop Court, Cottage Grove1-855-268-3767 coveroregon.com
Planned Parenthood (SP)Medical Birth control and reproductive/sexual health services for adults and teens. Annual exams, birth control, pregnancy testing, HPV vaccination, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing, abortion, vasectomy counseling. Many services free for those who qualify. 3579 Franklin Blvd., Eugene541-344-9411 www.ppsworegon.org
Planned Parenthood (SP)Medical Birth control and reproductive/sexual health services for adults and teens. Annual exams, birth control, pregnancy testing, HPV vaccination, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing, abortion, vasectomy counseling. Many services free for those who qualify. 93 N Danebo Ave., Eugene541-463-9731 www.ppsworegon.org
Planned Parenthood Medical Birth control and reproductive/sexual health services for adults and teens. Annual exams, birth control, pregnancy testing, HPV vaccination, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing, abortion, vasectomy counseling. Many services free for those who qualify. 1450 Birch Ave., Cottage Grove541-767-0566 www.ppsworegon.org
Springfield Schools Health Center (SP)Medical YouthNurse offers expert, health care to Springfield students and their families; uninsured children and adults seen on a sliding-fee scale. Services at low cost to uninsured students: well or sick child checks, immunizations, injury/wound care, family planning, medication or contraceptive management and counseling. OHP and Cover Oregon. Call for appointment. 1050 N 10th St., Springfield541-744-4130 www.springfield.k12.or.us
Umpqua Community Health Center Dental, Medical, PregnancyProvides a full range of dental services, Immunizations, family planning, STD testing, behavioral health for all ages on a sliding scale, with discounts based on income and household size.150 Kenneth Ford Dr, Roseburg541-672-9596 www.umpquachc.org
Umpqua Community Health Center Dental, Medical, PregnancyProvides a full range of dental services, Immunizations, family planning, STD testing, behavioral health for all ages on a sliding scale, with discounts based on income and household size.123 Ponderosa Dr, Sutherlin541-459-3788 www.umpquachc.org
Umpqua Health AllianceMedicalProvides improved health care, that is affordable for the population being served through the Oregon Health Plan. 1813 W Harvard, Roseburg541-229-4842 umpquahealth
Volunteers In Medicine Clinic (SP)Medical Free health care services to adults with low income and no insurance whose income falls between 85–200 percent of the federal poverty level. Qualified individuals receive free primary care and mental health services, prescriptions, lab testing, women’s health care.2260 Marcola Rd., Springfield541-685-1800 www.vim-clinic.org
White Bird Community Dental Clinic (SP)DentalDental care on a sliding-fee scale for Lane County residents. OHP accepted. Emergency clinics offered to patients in pain. On-going dental care by appointment. Call for dates and times or check website. 1400 Mill St., Eugene 541-344-8302 www.whitebirdclinic.org
White Bird Community Medical Clinic (SP)Medical General family medicine (no prenatal): walk-in with sliding-fee scale; full-fee appointments/Medicare B/OHP. Labs, Patient Assistance Program, dispensary, and referrals. Call or come by for more information. 1400 Mill St., Eugene 541-484-4800 www.whitebirdclinic.org
Community Sharing Meal LocationsWebsite provides community meal sites in Cottage Grove. 1440 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove541-942-2176 communitysharing.org
Food for Lane County (SP)Meal LocationsWebsite provides downloadable calendar with meal sites in Eugene and Springfield/rural areas. 541-343-2822 foodforlanecounty.org
Humane Society of Cottage GrovePet CareHelp for injured and stray animals, adoption, and pet care. Low income spay and neuter. Referrals33 N 8th St, Cottage Grove541-942-3130www.humanesocietycg.org
Low Cost Vet ServicesPet CareHelp for injured and stray animals, adoption, and pet care. Low income spay and neuter. Referrals545 W. Umpqua St, Roseburg541-672-3161www.dclvs.org/
Baby Connection Postnatal SupportFun, free drop-in service, located at Parenting Now!, every Wednesday, for baby weight checks and infant feeding support and education. Opportunity to meet and talk with other parents. Sign-in 11 a.m.– noon. Also baby pictures, lending library, snacks, and more. 86 Centennial Lp, Eugene541-222-3922parentingnow.org
Daisy C.H.A.I.N. (Creating Healthy Alliances In New-Mothering) (SP)Postnatal SupportFree postpartum doula care and in-home breastfeeding consults from an IBCLC during the first two weeks after baby is born/adopted. Walk-in breastfeeding support for duration of breastfeeding. New-Mothering peer support group.1262 Lawrence, #3, Eugene541-505-1139 daisychainmothering.org
Doulas of Lane CountyPostnatal Support, ChildbirthBirth and postpartum doulas offers information, physical comfort, emotional support, and practical help for childbirth experiences and the early weeks of caring for newborns. All income levels accommodated. Visit website for contact information.doulaseugene.weebly.com
First Way of Eugene (SP)Pregnancy, Childbirth SupportPregnancy support service. Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, children’s and maternity clothing, and diapers.1667 High St., Eugene 541-687-8651 www.1st-way.org
N'lite Women's ClinicPregnancy, Birth SupportFree, confidential Pregnancy testing and peer counseling. Maternity and baby clothes, baby furniture as available. Men services also1128 SE Stephens, Roseburg541-672-2609 nlitewomensclinic.com
Mercy Center Prenatal ClassesPrenatal SupportGift of Motherhood is a free six week class which includes breastfeeding and child birth preparation information2700 Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg541-677-2451 www.mercyrose.org
McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center~ Women’s Health, Birth (SP)Pregnancy SupportBirth Center tours and childbirth classes. Coordinator helps create individualized birth plan and connects families to community resources. Breastfeeding assistance 24-hours a day. 1460 G St., Springfield 541-741-4649 www.mckweb.com
Open Adoption & Family Services (SP)Pregnancy Support, AdoptionPrivate, pro-choice, non-profit adoption agency dedicated to promoting reproductive choices. Free, all-options pregnancy counseling to women and couples. Adoption plans at no cost to birth parents. Lifelong services for clients.315 W 10th Ave., Eugene 541-343-4825 www.openadopt.org
Oregon MidwivesPregnancy SupportCertified EUGENE AREA MIDWIVES, DOULAS, AND BIRTH CENTERS, resources and referrals. Postpartum resources Lane Co. Midwives
PeaceHealth Midwifery Services ~ Birth CenterPregnancy SupportCertified Nurse Midwives provide comprehensive prenatal care, birth, and postpartum services. Birth attended at hospital or birth center. Group prenatal care option and well-woman services also provided. 353 Deadmond Ferry Rd., Springfield541-222-7750 www.peacehealth.org
Sacred Waters Birthing Center (SP)Pregnancy Support Licensed independent midwives specializing in healthy natural birth. Birthing Center or home birth; waterbirth available. Complete and personal care, pregnancy through postpartum. Also offers well-woman gynecological care. 2035 W 12th Ave., Eugene 541-344-7974 www.sacredwatersbirth.com
WellMama, Inc. Pregnancy Support, HelplineSupport related to pregnancy, childbirth, birth trauma, pregnancy/infant loss, adoption, and fertility issues. Free pregnancy and postpartum peer support groups, 24/7 message Warm Line, phone/e-mail support, resources, referrals, and advocacy. Call or visit website for group meeting times, locations, and information. 1-800-896-0410 www.wellmamaoregon.org
Aquatic CenterRecreationAll ages are welcome, under 48" require an adult in the water; Family/lap swims, public recreation and Summer swim, passes available1440 S 8th St, Cottage Grove541-942-5533 cottagegrovepool.com
Art and Music at Magnolia Gardens RecreationArt, music, and exercise for ages 3+ years, with Senior Volunteers; Fitness fun of all ages. Call for more information.1425 Daugherty, Cottage Grove541-942-0054
City of Eugene Recreation Services (SP)RecreationChild care, preschool education, kindergarten prep, school-age care, middle school programs, vacation and summer camps. Programs offered at various schools and community centers. Water safety, swimming lessons, and parent/child classes offered at local pools.541-682-5333 www.eugene-or.gov
Elkton Community Education CenterRecreationButterfly Pavilion, Native plant park and Nursery, Caf, Fort Umpqua15850 Hwy 38W, Elkton541-584-2692 elktonbutterflies.com
Eugene Family YMCA (SP)RecreationCertified child care (ages 2 1⁄2 – 11), swim lessons, family fitness and recreation, youth sports, summer camps, and family events. Child care available while parents work out. Financial assistance available. 2055 Patterson St., Eugene 541-686-9622 www.eugeneymca.org
Lorane UnicornsRecreation, Therapeutic Therapeutic horseback riding to learn self-esteem, social skills, and tasks. Arts, books, breeding, boarding, outreach, and therapeutic work. Lorane541-942-2169 Unicorn Ranch
Opal CenterRecreationArts and Education for all ages. Ongoing film, live theater, fashion and music events for all ages. 513 Main St, Cottage Grove541-946-7252 www.opalcentercg.org
OSU Extension ServiceRecreation, EducationExtension serves clientele with programs in 4-H, Nutrition Education, food safety and preservation with our Master Food Preservers, Livestock & Forage, Horticulture, Master Gardeners, Forestry, Small Farms, and Food Systems. They offer a wealth of non-formal community educational programs and information services.1134 SE Douglas, Roseburg541-672-4461 extension.oregonstate.edu
River Road Park and Recreation District RecreationWide variety of preschool activities in education, recreation, crafts, and aquatics. Family-oriented special events and activity times also offered. 1400 Lake Dr., Eugene 541-688-4052 www.rrpark.org
Summer Music CampsRecreationFiddle Camps: Oregon Old-time fiddler's workshops (6+ yrs) call: 541-998-2064: Guitar and Vocal workshops(3-10th Grade) and Exploring Music Camp (1-4th Grade) Cottage Grove & Oakridge541-942-4550fiddlecamp.org
Summer Nature CampsRecreationFern Hill Botanical Sanctuary, ages 4-7 yrs. And Forrest Guardians Camp Ages 8-12 Please call Nathan for more information Cottage Grove541-521-8658
Tamarack Aquatic Center (SP)Recreation and Special NeedsParent/child, private/semi-private lessons for children of all ability levels who are 6 mos and older. Parent/baby swim and non-instructional playtime. Scholarships available with OHP or SNAP verification; call for more information. 3575 Donald St., Suite 300, Eugene 541-686-9290 tamarackwellness.com
Willamalane Park and Recreation District (SP)RecreationEarly childhood recreation classes; part-time or full-time preschool and childcare programs. Parent/child classes: Sports and Recreation, 541-736-4544; Splash!, 541-736-4244; Swim Center, 541-736-4080. 250 S 32nd St., Springfield 541-736-4544 www.willamalane.org
YMCA (Roseburg)RecreationA center that helps individuals and families to meet their healthy lifestyle goals. The Y focuses on: Youth Development, Health Living, and Social Responsibility1151 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg 541-440-9622ymcaofdouglascounty.org
Egan Warming CenterShelterThe shelter is on-call between Nov 15 and March 31; opens on nights when temperatures below 28 degrees. Shelter open 7:00pm-8:00am. 456 Hwy 99 N, Eugene 541-689-6747 eganwarmingcenter.com
Eugene MissionShelterHomeless shelter with programs for men, women, and mothers and children. Showers, beds, laundry, storage, clothing, haircuts and a day room are offered. Small fee of $2 per night after 3 nights. Accept work in lieu of payment.1542 W First Ave, Eugene541-344-3251eugenemission.org
First Place Family Center (SP)ShelterDay and Overnight Shelter on approval for homeless families from Lane Co. Call for Night Referral (available in Cottage Grove and Creswell) 1995 Amazon Pkwy, Eugene541-342-7728 www.svdp.us
Looking Glass Youth ShelterShelterProvides help for runaways or youth at risk for running away19 N 6th St, Cottage Grove541-767-3823 www.lookingglass.us
Overnight Parking Program ShelterOvernight Parking Program (OPP) provides legal camping, free garbage disposal, and portable restrooms to homeless families and individuals living in their vehicles.450 Hwy 99 N., Eugene541-461-8688 www.svpd.us
United Methodist ChurchShelterAssitance with a 1 night crisis stay (situational)334 Washington Ave, Cottage Grove541-942-3033
Arc Families Connected Program (SP) Special Needs Fosters, collaborates, and coordinates connections to reduce isolation and build community. Services include support groups, family trainings, mentoring, community access, and advocacy for children with developmental disabilities and their siblings.4181 E St., Springfield 541-343-5256, ext. 113 arcfamiliesconnected.com
Developmental Disabilities ProgramSpecial Needs Provides a wide range of services for individuals and their families who are eligible for services under the Developmental Disabilities criteria: Case Management, Foster Care, Crisis, In-home care2550 NW Edenbower Blvd, Ste 106, Roseburg541-315-4300 ext. 202 clcmoregon.org
Direction Service (SP)Special NeedsInformation and referral on disability-related topics. Case coordination and advocacy for families who have children and young adults(birth-21) with disabilities. Free of charge.1144 Gateway Lp, Ste 200, Springfield541-686-5060 directionservice.org
Douglas County Senior ServicesSenior, Special NeedsTogether with community partners, we assist seniors and people with developmental disabilities to enjoy independence, dignity, choice, and quality of life.1036 SE Douglas Ave, Rm 221, Roseburg541-440-3677 seniorcenter.org
Early Childhood CARES Special Needs and BehaviorEarly intervention and special education to children (birth–school age) who have DD. Educational services; home visits and parent consultation; education in preschools; speech, physical, or occupational therapy; behavior or autism consultation. Call for a free developmental screening. Services free to eligible children. 299 E 18th Ave., Eugene 1-800-925-8694 earlychildhoodcares.edu
Easter SealsFamily Education, Support, Special Needs Provides support to Oregon Residents. Service Focus: Autism (children and adults), Senior Citizens, Veterans, Training/Employment, Medical Rehab. 5757 SW Macadam Ave, Portland503-228-5108 easterseals.com
Education Service District (SP)Special Needs Children EducationServices aimed toward improving educational opportunities of children (K-12th grade). Speech, Language therapy, behavior specialists, Early Intervention, Special Education, Low Incidence Consulting Team, Complex Needs Classroom1871 NE Stephens, Roseburg541-440-4777 douglasesd.k12.or.us
Eugene Hearing and Speech Center Special Needs Hearing, SpeechHearing/speech services starting at infancy; hearing evals, hearing aids, central auditory processing testing, and cochlear implant evals. Speech services: evaluations, speech therapy, stuttering, oral communication preschool, and Early Literacy program for pre-kindergarten students. Accepts most insurance, including OHP. Financial assistance for qualifying families. 1500 W 12th Ave., Eugene 541-485-8521 eugenehearingspeech.org
Mentor Network OregonSpecial NeedsServices and support help people of all ages and abilities build increasingly rich, independent lives. Training, housing, groups859 Willamette St # 250, Eugene541-345-5151 mentororegon.com
Mentor Network OregonSpecial NeedsServices and support help people of all ages and abilities build increasingly rich, independent lives. Training, housing, groups822 NW Highland St, Roseburg541-673-1747 mentororegon.com
Oregon Commission for the BlindSpecial Needs SightResource for Oregonians who are blind or low vision as well as their families, friends, and employers. Builds skills, training includes computer and technology skills, cooking, woodshop, career exploration, job development and job placement assistance.541 Willamette, Room #408, Eugene541-686-7990 oregon.gov/blind
Oregon Commission for the BlindSpecial Needs SightResource for Oregonians who are blind or low vision as well as their families, friends, and employers. Builds skills, training includes computer and technology skills, cooking, woodshop, career exploration, job development and job placement assistance.444 NE Winchester, Roseburg541-492-1171 oregon.gov/blind
Pearl Buck Preschool (SP)Special Needs ChildrenServices to families with special needs: home-based parenting support to eligible parents and their babies, preschool (ages 2 – 5), case management, and home visits. 3690 W 1st Ave., Eugene 541-484-4666 www.pearlbuckcenter.com
Roseburg Audiology CenterSpecial Needs Hearing, SpeechEvaluation and consultations for clinical, educational, and industrial hearing disorders.1367 W Harvard, Roseburg541-672-8868 roseburgaudilogy.com
Sunrise EnterprisesSpecial Needs JobsAssists persons with disabilities to access meaningful employment opportunities and achieve self-fulfilling lives3005 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg541-673-0195 sunriseenterprise.com
Umpqua Valley Disabilities NetworkSpecial NeedsEmpowering persons with all types of disabilities to achieve the level of independence that they choose. Programs: Information/Referral, Peer Mentoring/Supports, Independent Living Skills Training, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Life Transition Services, Ready Now, Dial-A-Ride, and Project Literacy.736 SE Jackson, Roseburg541-672-6336 www.uvdn.org
University of Oregon Speech/Language/Hearing CenterSpecial Needs Hearing and SpeechSpeech, language, and hearing services for individuals of all ages. Services include speech delays/disorders, cognitive impairments following TBI or stroke, stuttering, voice, etc. Sliding-fee scale available. 1655 Alder St., Suite 170, Eugene 541-346-0923 education.uoregon.edu
ADAPTSubstance Abuse RecoveryQuality treatment, education, and prevention to individuals, families, and businesses that may be affected by addiction disease. 548 SE Jackson, Roseburg541-672-2691 www.adaptoregon.org
ADAPTSubstance Abuse RecoveryWomen's Corrections Treatment. Quality treatment, education, and prevention to individuals, families, and businesses that may be affected by addiction disease. 541-672-1761 www.adaptoregon.org
ADAPTSubstance Abuse RecoverySouth River Medical Clinic- Quality treatment, education, and prevention to individuals, families, and businesses that may be affected by addiction disease. 82 NW Glenheart, Winston541-492-4550 www.adaptoregon.org
Alcoholics AnonymousSubstance Abuse RecoveryFellowship of men and women who share experiences and hope with each other. Only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Meetings held in Roseburg, Sutherlin, Winston, Myrtle Creek, Yoncalla, etc. Visit website for more locations541-673-7552 www.aa-oregon.org
Chrysalis ~ a program of White Bird (SP)Substance Abuse RecoveryOutpatient drug and alcohol treatment for adults (ages 18 and older). DUII treatment for adults. Evening acupuncture clinic for detox, maintenance, and other medical needs available for adults; $10 – $20/session. 350 E 11th Ave., Eugene541-683-1641 whitebirdclinic.org
Emergence (SP)Substance Abuse RecoveryOutpatient alcohol and drug treatment, gambling treatment, and mental health counseling. OHP accepted for AOD treatment and mental health services.2149 Centennial Plaza, Suite 4, Eugene 541-687-8820 www.4emergence.com
Emergence (SP)Substance Abuse RecoveryOutpatient alcohol and drug treatment, gambling treatment, and mental health counseling. OHP accepted for AOD treatment and mental health services.1040 Oak St., Eugene541-342-6987 www.4emergence.com
Emergence (SP)Substance Abuse RecoveryOutpatient alcohol and drug treatment, gambling treatment, and mental health counseling. OHP accepted for AOD treatment and mental health services.1461 Oak St., Eugene541-687-9139 www.4emergence.com
Emergence (SP)Substance Abuse RecoveryOutpatient alcohol and drug treatment, gambling treatment, and mental health counseling. OHP accepted for AOD treatment and mental health services.374 Q St., Springfield 541-746-4041 www.4emergence.com
Looking Glass Adolescent Recovery Program (SP)Substance Abuse Recovery YouthOutpatient substance abuse prevention and mental health assessment for youth (ages 11–20) and their families. Individual, family, and group therapy. Locations in Eugene, Cottage Grove, Veneta, and Junction City. OHP, private insurance, sliding-fee scale. Grant funding for clients with low income who qualify.260 E 11th Ave., Eugene 541-484-4428 www.lookingglass.us
Serenity Lane New Hope Program Substance Abuse RecoveryAlcohol and drug treatment for adults (ages 18 and older) with limited financial resources. OHP accepted for detox and out-patient treatment. DUII services available.2133 Centennial Plaza, Eugene 1-800-543-9905 www.serenitylane.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse OutpatientQuality mental health and substance abuse/addiction care for adults, youth, and families in an atmosphere that promotes compassion and well-being. Services include therapeutic child care, family strengthening, and wrap-around support. 149 West 12th St., Eugene 541-344-0031 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse OutpatientQuality mental health and substance abuse/addiction care for adults, youth, and families in an atmosphere that promotes compassion and well-being. Services include therapeutic child care, family strengthening, and wrap-around support. Springfield541-746-4506 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse OutpatientQuality mental health and substance abuse/addiction care for adults, youth, and families in an atmosphere that promotes compassion and well-being. Services include therapeutic child care, family strengthening, and wrap-around support. Cottage Grove541-767-9956 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse SoberingSobering Services are provided as a public safety service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Intoxicated individuals are housed in a safe and clean environment until they are capable of passing a sobriety test and leaving in a safe condition. During their stay, they monitored for emerging medical issues, provided soup, fluids, and a safe place to rest.605 W 4th Ave, Eugene541-343-6512 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse Outpatient YouthQuality mental health and substance abuse/addiction care for adults, youth, and families in an atmosphere that promotes compassion and well-being. Services include therapeutic child care, family strengthening, and wrap-around support. 149 West 12th St., Eugene 541-343-2993 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Diversion Services: DUIIServices specific to DUII and DMV system mandates. While satisfying these mandates, we also create a treatment plan based on the individual’s unique needs and goals for recovery from chemical use or dependency.149 West 12th St., Eugene 541-434-9274 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse Residential Men'sProvides services for men who need a 24-hour therapeutic environment. Highly structured program is designed to achieve max awareness of substance use disorder; how it has affected their lives and the lives of others. Lengths of stay are individualized; staff are dedicated to providing services that demonstrate long-term, tangible results.Carlton House, Eugene541-338-9098 www.wfts.org
Willamette Family, Inc. (SP)Substance Abuse Residential Women'sWomen’s Residential Program recognizes the unique needs of women are most effectively treated in a safe and secure “women only” environment. Residential programs are personalized and exclusively designed for women seeking recovery from substance use.Cheshire Center, Eugene541-343-2993 www.wfts.org
Lane Transit District TransportationBus services from South Lane Co. to Eugene and Springfield. Please call or visit the website for schedule. Per ride, day passes, or monthly passes. Student passes available. Ages under 5 years and over 65 ride free. 3500 E 17th Ave, Eugene,541-687-5555 www.ltd.org
South Lane WheelsTransportationOffers rides around Cottage Grove for $1 (senior or low income) and $2 for day pass. They have door to door reservations for $3+ depending upon distance. Shuttle to Eugene for $30. People on Medicare/Medicaid or OHP qualify for free transportation (541-682-5566)1450 Birch Ave., Cottage Grove541-942-0456 www.southlanewheels.org
Umpqua TransitTransportationServes the greater Roseburg area, with commuter services to Winston, Sutherlin, Myrtle Creek, Riddle, and Canyonville.610 SE Rose St, Roseburg541-440-6500 www.umpquatransit.com
Department of Veteran AffairsVeteransprimary care and hospital services in medicine, surgery and mental health. Some of the services provided are: life insurance, burial benefits, disability, education/training, dependent/survivor benefits, vocational rehabilitation, and employment.913 NW Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg541-440-1000 roseburg.va.gov
CaCoon Care Coordination (Douglas County)Family Education, Special NeedsServes families with children and young adults (birth to age 21) who have complex health conditions, such as cleft lip/palate, spinal bifida, cerebral palsy, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic orthopedic problems, and other special health needs.541 440-3500
Lane County Community Health CentersMedicalServices encompass not only treatment and prevention of illness but also health education, behavioral health services, children’s preventative dental service and outreach. Many!541-682-3550 www.lanecounty.org
Oregon MotherscarePrenatal, Pregnancy SupportOMC helps pregnant women and families learn about and access the services they need541-682-3926 www.lanecounty.org
Douglas Public Health NetworkMedical ResourcesWe hope that you use this website as a resource on how to access our public services and recent news relative to Public Health in Douglas County, Oregon.621 W. Madrone, Roseburg
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Douglas County DirectoryResourcesWebsite with directory of County resources1036 S.E. Douglas Ave, Roseburg541-672-3311 www.co.douglas.or.us