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Services include: information & referral; heating assistance & home weatherization; senior assistance and family services; affordable housing, home purchase, foreclosure prevention & rental assistance; a housing list (one for general public & another for those with disability) emergency food boxes; food pantries; and veterans & families program, medical equipment

Location:

3630 Aviation Way, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-779-6691


Website:

http://www.accesshelps.org/index.asp

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal & Financial

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

1240 N. Riverside, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-857-9899


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

1144 Willagillespie Road #32, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-342-5567


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

1020 Greenacres Rd Ste 12, Eugene, 97408

Phone:

458-205-5166


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

842 SE 1st Avenue, Ontario, 97914

Phone:

541-889-5336


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

142 Glynbrook Street N Suite 100, Keizer, 97303

Phone:

503-364-6443


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Addus HomeCare

In home care for senior and disabled

Location:

11481 Sw Hall Boulevard Ste 200, Tigard, 97233

Phone:

503-639-0600


Website:

http://www.addus.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Allcare Health, Brookings

Health Insurance Plans Diapering supplies, baby clothes, baby feeding supplies, baby bedding, nursing supplies, baby proofing supplies, baby hygiene sets, books, potty training, baby monitors, etc.

Location:

580 5th Street #400, Brookings, 97415

Phone:

541-471-4106


Website:

http://www.allcarehealth.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Allcare Health, Grants Pass

Health Insurance Plans Diapering supplies, baby clothes, baby feeding supplies, baby bedding, nursing supplies, baby proofing supplies, baby hygiene sets, books, potty training, baby monitors, etc.

Location:

1701 NE 7th Street, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-471-1524


Website:

http://www.allcarehealth.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Allcare Health, Medford

Health Insurance Plans Diapering supplies, baby clothes, baby feeding supplies, baby bedding, nursing supplies, baby proofing supplies, baby hygiene sets, books, potty training, baby monitors, etc.

Location:

3629 Aviation Way, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-734-5520


Website:

http://www.allcarehealth.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Ashland Senior Center

The Senior Services Division offers support services and a variety of free or low cost recreational, health promotion, and educational opportunities at the Ashland Senior Center, located in Hunter Park.

Location:

1699 Homes Avenue, Ashland, 97520

Phone:

541-488-5342


Website:

http://www.ashlandseniorcenter.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Food & Clothing
  • Brokerages & Case Management
  • Recreation

Assistance League

Assistance League of Greater Portland has been serving the greater Portland area since 1961. Our local community service programs benefit children and victims of violence. We offer a scholarship for students pursuing a trade school education. We fund these programs by operating Assistance League Thrift and Consignment Shops, through grants, special events and donations.

Location:

4000 SW 117th Avenue, Beaverton, 97005

Phone:

503-526-9300


Website:

https://portland.assistanceleague.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

At Home Senior Solutions

At Home Senior Solutions services include: Medication Management – Assuring you receive the right doses at the right times with the right medications. Personal Hygiene – Always keeping you feeling clean, refreshed and healthy. Ambulation and Transfers – A reassuring hand to help you move about with safety. Transportation and Errands – Shopping or doctors’ appointments, we are available to get you there and back safely. Housekeeping and Laundry Services – We are there to keep your home and your appearance crisp and clean. Meal Planning and Preparation – Our goal is to prepare nutritious meals — the way you like them to taste. Companionship and Socialization – Sometimes you just need someone to talk to – and to listen. Protective Oversight and Safety – We are trained to watch for situations that may not be safe for you. Respite Care – We are there to assure your safety when your family needs to get away for a while. Short or Long-Term Care – We accept assignments of any length of time Care After Surgery or Injury – Sometimes you just need a little help while you heal. Simple Yard and Lawn Care – A nice lawn and garden can lift your spirit. Home Modification – Our skilled handymen/women can help with wheelchair ramps, bathroom modifications or any changes to make your home suit your current needs. Personal Response Service – Enjoy security and confidence in your home.

Location:

825 E. Main St. Suite D, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-772-7070


Website:

https://athomeseniorsolutions.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

At Home Senior Solutions

At Home Senior Solutions services include: Medication Management – Assuring you receive the right doses at the right times with the right medications. Personal Hygiene – Always keeping you feeling clean, refreshed and healthy. Ambulation and Transfers – A reassuring hand to help you move about with safety. Transportation and Errands – Shopping or doctors’ appointments, we are available to get you there and back safely. Housekeeping and Laundry Services – We are there to keep your home and your appearance crisp and clean. Meal Planning and Preparation – Our goal is to prepare nutritious meals — the way you like them to taste. Companionship and Socialization – Sometimes you just need someone to talk to – and to listen. Protective Oversight and Safety – We are trained to watch for situations that may not be safe for you. Respite Care – We are there to assure your safety when your family needs to get away for a while. Short or Long-Term Care – We accept assignments of any length of time Care After Surgery or Injury – Sometimes you just need a little help while you heal. Simple Yard and Lawn Care – A nice lawn and garden can lift your spirit. Home Modification – Our skilled handymen/women can help with wheelchair ramps, bathroom modifications or any changes to make your home suit your current needs. Personal Response Service – Enjoy security and confidence in your home.

Location:

777 7th St. Suite 219, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-772-7070


Website:

https://athomeseniorsolutions.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Autism Society Oregon

The Autism Society of Oregon is Oregon’s leading organization providing resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with autism.

Location:

5100 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 400, Portland, 97239

Phone:

1-888-288-4761


Website:

http://autismsocietyoregon.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Beds and Britches, Etc.

The Babe Store is a rewards program for AllCare CCO members. It is for pregnant women, babies, and children under three years old. The Babe Store is a place to get supplies, support, and information. You or your child must be an AllCare CCO member to go to the Babe Store.

Location:

1701 NE 7th Street, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-471-4106


Website:

https://www.allcarehealth.com/medicaid/services/babe-store

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Beds and Britches, Etc.

The Babe Store is a rewards program for AllCare CCO members. It is for pregnant women, babies, and children under three years old. The Babe Store is a place to get supplies, support, and information. You or your child must be an AllCare CCO member to go to the Babe Store.

Location:

3629 Aviation Way, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-734-5520


Website:

https://www.allcarehealth.com/medicaid/services/babe-store

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Bridgeway House

Bridgeway House serves the needs of children with autism and related abilities while educating and supporting their families. We began by offering desperately needed hope to a small handful of families and have grown in the years since to offer hope to hundreds of families every year. Our programs help this diverse group of children meet the challenges of living with autism as well as help their parents and caregivers manage the stresses of raising a child with special needs.

Location:

PO Box 10639, Eugene, 97440

Phone:

541-345-0805


Website:

http://bridgewayhouse.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Recreation

Cascadia Whole Health Care - Clackamas County

If this is your time, Cascadia is here. Our services include comprehensive assessment and treatment planning, individual and group counseling, case management, skills training, consultation, supported employment, supported education and medication management. Evidence-based, multi-disciplinary treatment for people of all ages with mental health, addiction, and dual-diagnosis issues.

Location:

17070 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Portland, 97267

Phone:

503-674-7777


Website:

https://www.cascadiabhc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Cascadia Whole Health Care - Multnomah County

Cascadia’s services span from prevention to healthy lifestyle education to intensive treatment when needed. Our range of services encompass a more systemic approach to health management for adults, children, seniors and families. Clients can get primary care and behavioral health care needs through one team, at one location.

Location:

10373 NE Hancock St, Suite 200, Portland, 97220

Phone:

503-674-7777


Website:

https://www.cascadiabhc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Cascadia Whole Health Care - Multnomah County

If this is your time, Cascadia is here. Our services include comprehensive assessment and treatment planning, individual and group counseling, case management, skills training, consultation, supported employment, supported education and medication management. Evidence-based, multi-disciplinary treatment for people of all ages with mental health, addiction, and dual-diagnosis issues.

Location:

3036 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Milwaukie, 97201

Phone:

503-674-7777


Website:

https://www.cascadiabhc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Cascadia Whole Health Care - Multnomah County

If this is your time, Cascadia is here. Our services include comprehensive assessment and treatment planning, individual and group counseling, case management, skills training, consultation, supported employment, supported education and medication management. Evidence-based, multi-disciplinary treatment for people of all ages with mental health, addiction, and dual-diagnosis issues.

Location:

4212 SE Division St., Portland, 97206

Phone:

503-674-7777


Website:

https://www.cascadiabhc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Center for Family Development - Lane County

Center for Family Development (CFD) is dedicated to supporting family relationships. CFD believes healthy families create healthy people and recognizes the many different ways to be a family.

Location:

261 E. 12th Avenue, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-342-8437


Website:

http://www.c-f-d.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Center for Family Development - Lane County

Center for Family Development (CFD) is dedicated to supporting family relationships. CFD believes healthy families create healthy people and recognizes the many different ways to be a family.

Location:

1234 High Street, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-342-8437


Website:

http://www.c-f-d.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Center for Family Development - Lane County

Center for Family Development (CFD) is dedicated to supporting family relationships. CFD believes healthy families create healthy people and recognizes the many different ways to be a family.

Location:

1501 Pearl Street, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-342-8437


Website:

http://www.c-f-d.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Central Oregon Disability Support Network

Our mission is to connect families with resources and each other to recognize, promote and value diversity in a welcoming community. CODSN will accomplish this mission by empowering and supporting families and individuals who have been touched by disability. We will work to increase education, promote public understanding and acceptance, and encourage full inclusion of individuals with differences in our community.

Location:

2525 NE Twin Knolls Drive, #7, Bend, 97701

Phone:

541-548-8559


Website:

https://www.codsn.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Recreation
  • Transition

Centro Latino Americano

Centro Latino Americano es una organización comunitaria sin fines de lucro en el Condado Lane. Los invitamos a revisar nuestro sitio web para aprender más sobre nuestros programas y servicios. Para más información sobre eventos comunitarios, visite nuestra página facebook (que está a la izquierda de esta página) o nuestro calendario. Gracias por visitar, y no hesiten en contactarnos si tiene alguna pregunta o duda.

Location:

944 W. 5th Ave., Eugene, 97402

Phone:

541-687-2667


Website:

https://centrolatinoamericano.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Food & Clothing

Child and Family Center

We offer assessment, intervention, and referral services for children ranging from age 2 through 17 years. Our low-cost services are appropriate for parents concerned about children and teenagers experiencing difficulties at school, home, or both. The approach is family centered, with special attention given to supporting parents as they learn to address the multiple needs of their children.

Location:

6217 University of Oregon, Eugene, 97403

Phone:

541-346-4910


Website:

https://cfc.uoregon.edu/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare

Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare (CBH) provides adult outpatient services for both mental health and addictions with open access times on a first come/first serve basis. CBH also provides both psychiatric and Child and Family services with scheduled appointments available. Our office hours are: 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. We bill most commercial plans, Medicare, and Medicaid and offer a sliding fee based on income. Call 503-325-5722 for more information.

Location:

2120 Exchange Street Suite 203, Astoria, 97103

Phone:

503-325-5722


Website:

http://www.clatsopbh.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Clatsop County Health Department

Clatsop Community Health Deparment provides immunizations, communicable disease control, HIV counseling and testing and sexually-transmitted disease testing and services, vital statistics, maternal and child health, WIC nutrition program, family planning, education and community outreach.

Location:

820 Exchange Street, Suite 100, Astoria, 97103

Phone:

503-325-8500


Website:

https://www.co.clatsop.or.us/publichealth/page/wic-women-infants-and-children

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating

Columbia Community Mental Health

Columbia Community Mental Health creates safe and supportive opportunities for healing and recovery, enhancing the overall quality of life for members of Columbia County.

Location:

58646 McNulty Way, St. Helens, 97051

Phone:

503-782-4499


Website:

https://www.ccmh1.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Community Counseling Solutions - Gilliam County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

422 N Main Street, Condon, 97823

Phone:

541-454-2223


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Grant County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

528 East Main Street Suite W, John Day, 97845

Phone:

541-575-1466


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Lake County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

100 N D Street, Lakeview, 97630

Phone:

541-947-0274


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Morrow County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

550 W. Sperry St., Heppner, 97836

Phone:

541-676-9161


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Morrow County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

104 SW Kinkade Avenue, North Morrow County, 97818

Phone:

541-481-2911


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Umatilla County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

213 SW Emigrant Avenue, Pendleton, 97801

Phone:

541-276-6074


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Counseling Solutions - Wheeler County

The history of Community Counseling Solutions is long and colorful. In fact, it extends all the way back to the 1970’s. It was at that time that the State of Oregon created what they called local mental health authorities. These authorities were actually the counties of Oregon, and the state decided that each county could operate a community mental health program itself, or it could contract with a private not-for-profit mental health agency. So, Morrow County instituted its own community mental health program called Morrow County Mental Health. In those early days, Morrow County temporarily paired with Wheeler County and at one time Gilliam County, but it wasn’t until 1996 that they joined for good. The agency changed its name to Morrow County Behavioral Health to avoid the stigma associated with the term “mental health.”

Location:

401 4th Street, Fossil, 97830

Phone:

541-763-2746


Website:

https://communitycounselingsolutions.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Brokerages & Case Management

Community Vision

Community Vision'smisson is to make Oregon a place where all people experiencing disability can live, work, and thrive in whatever community they choose.

Location:

2475 SE Ladd Ave. Suite 240, Portland, 97214

Phone:

503-292-4964


Website:

https://cvision.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Legal & Financial

Compass Behavioral Health

Youth and Family services are directed at Douglas County youth with severe mental disorders and youth who are at risk of developing severe mental disorders

Location:

621 W Madrone St. and 548 SE Jackson St., Roseburg, 97471

Phone:

800-866-9780


Website:

https://www.adaptoregon.org/mental-health/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Connecting Communities Program - Beaverton

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

12655 SW Center St Suite 275, Beaverton, 97005

Phone:

971-228-8462


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Connecting Communities Program - Gresham

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

2951 NW Division St., Gresham, 97030

Phone:

503-512-8183


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Connecting Communities Program - Portland

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

10011 SE Division St Suite 305, Portland, 97266

Phone:

503-335-6161


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Connecting Communities Program - Salem

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

750 Front Street NE Suite 210, Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-587-7389


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Connecting Communities Program - Woodburn

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

120 E Lincoln Street, Woodburn, 97071

Phone:

503-587-7389


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Council on Aging of Central Oregon

We help connect older adults and their loved ones to information and services that support their changing needs as they age.

Location:

373 NE Greenwood Avenue, Bend, 97701

Phone:

541-678-5483


Website:

https://www.councilonaging.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal & Financial

Deschutes County Mental Health

Deschutes County Health Services has a primary responsibility to help address the basic health and wellness of Deschutes County residents. The department offers services at more than 40 locations in Deschutes County including public schools; health clinics in Bend, La Pine, Redmond and Sisters; five school-based health clinics; agencies such as the KIDS Center and the State of Oregon Department of Human Services; area hospitals; care facilities and homes.

Location:

1300 NW Wall Street, 2nd, Bend, 97703

Phone:

541-322-7500


Website:

https://www.deschutes.org/health/page/behavioral-health

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Direction Service - Lane County

Forty-one years ago, in a modest University of Oregon area house-turned-office, Direction Service was founded with a desire and a dream: To provide a place where people with disabilities and special needs would be treated with respect, dignity, and compassionate care, regardless of situation.

Location:

1144 Gateway Loop, Suite 200, Springfield, 97477

Phone:

541-686-5060


Website:

https://directionservice.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Legal & Financial

Direction Service - Lane County

Forty-one years ago, in a modest University of Oregon area house-turned-office, Direction Service was founded with a desire and a dream: To provide a place where people with disabilities and special needs would be treated with respect, dignity, and compassionate care, regardless of situation.

Location:

576 Olive Street, Suite 307, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-344-7303


Website:

https://directionservice.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Legal & Financial

Direction Service - Lane County

Forty-one years ago, in a modest University of Oregon area house-turned-office, Direction Service was founded with a desire and a dream: To provide a place where people with disabilities and special needs would be treated with respect, dignity, and compassionate care, regardless of situation.

Location:

576 Olive Street, Suite 300, Eugene, 97401

Phone:


Website:

https://directionservice.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Legal & Financial

Direction Service - Lane County

Direction Service provide services as a multi-program family support nonprofit located in Springfield, Oregon.

Location:

1144 Gateway Loop #200, Springfield, 97477

Phone:

541-686-5060


Website:

https://directionservice.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Legal & Financial

Dirkse Counseling and Consulting

Dirkse Counseling & Consulting provides career counseling, job placement and HR consultation in the Pacific Northwest, focusing on promoting disability diversity in the workplace.

Location:

8555 SW Apple Way Suite 320, Portland, 97225

Phone:

503-265-9256


Website:

https://dirksecc.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Eagle Point Senior Center

We are the Eagle Point Senior Center, a charity aimed at the well-being of senior citizens in Eagle Point and the surrounding community. We are located at 121 Loto Street in Eagle Point, OR. Our mailing address is PO Box 898. Any correspondence sent to our physical address will not be delivered so be sure to use the PO Box. Membership is open to anyone who is at least 50 years of age. Annual Membership is ONLY $6.00 per year per person. We think this is very reasonable.

Location:

121 Loto Street, Eagle Point, 97524

Phone:

541-826-9404


Website:

https://eaglepointseniorcenter.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Early Childhood Services

Early Childhood Services is an inclusive program serving over 250 children in Josephine County who have identified delays or disabilities, along with their typically developing peers. We provide direct instructional and therapeutic supports to infants, toddlers and preschoolers through home visiting and classroom based programs, and support families, preschool teachers, and child care providers through consultation.

Location:

1021 Northwest Highland Ave, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-956-2059


Website:

http://www.soesd.k12.or.us/early-childhood-education/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Early Head Start

At the Early Learning Division, we are preparing our children for Kindergarten, helping to create stable and attached families, and bringing services for children and families together statewide. Our programs range from Early Head Start, serving children three and under to Preschool Promise, servicing children at 200% of the poverty level. We work with families that may need a little extra help as they start their parenting journey and those families that may have particular needs. All this work strengthens our mission of supporting all of Oregon’s young children and families to learn and thrive. The programs we help fund are a collective, responsible for positive outcomes for our children and closing the opportunity gap for those furthest from opportunity.

Location:

700 Summer Street NE #350, Salem, 97301

Phone:

1-503-947-0639


Website:

https://oregonearlylearning.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Easterseals Oregon (main office)

Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults living with disabilities or special needs, and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Location:

7300 SW Hunziker Road, Suite 103, Portland, 97223

Phone:

503-228-5108


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Easterseals Oregon Senior Community Employment Program - Portland

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

10011 SE Division St. SE Suite 101, Portland, 97266

Phone:

503-228-5100


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Eugene Drop

The Eugene Drop is staffed by Youth Peer Support Specialists who are committed to helping young adults empower themselves and successfully transition into adulthood. Our programs and services help youth and young adults become leaders in their own lives and communities. We provide opportunities to build leadership and advocacy skills through team-based learning and activities. Above all, The Eugene Drop is a safe space for young people to feel heard, supported, and capable of creating change

Location:

965 Oak Alley, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

971-334-9295


Website:

https://www.youthera.org/eugene-drop

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Recreation
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating
  • Transition

Exodus House

Youth are given physical and psychological safety, structure and supportive relationships with highly trained and experienced staff. Exodus House also offers youth a safe and structured environment to sleep, eat, socialize, recreate, study, and plan for the future with positive adult role models and peers.

Location:

303 Washington Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-2053


Website:

http://integralyouthservices.org/what-we-do/outreach-programs/exodus-house/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Food & Clothing
  • Recreation
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating

FACT Oregon

FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.

Location:

2475 SE Ladd Ave. Suite 430, Portland, 97214

Phone:

501-786-6082


Website:

https://factoregon.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating
  • Transition

Good Life At Home Care

Good Life At Home Care is the premiere In Home Caregiver Agency in Oregon which provides personal care services, homemaking and companionship services to Jackson. Josephine and Lane Counties. As a locally owned company, experienced in caring for many families, we understand that life is best at Home for the elderly and other adults. We are passionate about our home care services and offer a personal touch not found in other companies for seniors.

Location:

1205 S Bertelson Rd, Eugene, 97402

Phone:

541-833-0889


Website:

https://www.goodlifeathomecare.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Good Life At Home Care

Good Life At Home Care is the premiere In Home Caregiver Agency in Oregon which provides personal care services, homemaking and companionship services to Jackson. Josephine and Lane Counties. As a locally owned company, experienced in caring for many families, we understand that life is best at Home for the elderly and other adults. We are passionate about our home care services and offer a personal touch not found in other companies for seniors.

Location:

1744 East McAndrews, Suite i, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-646-7151


Website:

https://www.goodlifeathomecare.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Head Start of Lane County

Head Start offers support for first time parents with a child ages 3 months to 3 years or newly blended families. Parenting skills resources for safety, development and stress management. Free if you qualify for services.

Location:

221 B St., Springfield, 97477

Phone:

541-747-2425


Website:

https://www.hsolc.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

HEDCO Clinic - Individual and Relational Therapy

We provide individual, couple, and relational therapy to adults, children and families to address a wide variety of concerns, such as (but not limited to): relationship enrichment, relationship/family stress, depression, trauma healing, child behavior problems, eating disorders, anxiety, grief/loss, adaptation to medical illness, addiction, recovery, sexual concerns, couple's distress/conflict

Location:

1655 Alder Street Ste. 170, Eugene, 97403

Phone:

541-346-0923


Website:

https://hedcoclinic.uoregon.edu/services/therapy-individual-and-relational

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

High Desert Education Service District

The High Desert Education Service District (HDESD) is a regional support system that links school districts in Central Oregon to state and national education resources. Our programs help districts minimize duplication of services, preserve their local budgets and receive special programs that might otherwise be unavailable to them.

Location:

2804 SW Sixth Street, Redmond, 97756

Phone:

541-693-5600


Website:

http://www.hdesd.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Transportation
  • Transition

Homeless Education Liaison Program

Providing individualized services such as free school supplies, clothing, mentorship, information and referrals, transportation assistance, and school fees to youth and their families in order to guarantee equal access to education.

Location:

115 North 10th Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-2053


Website:

http://integralyouthservices.org/what-we-do/outreach-programs/homeless-education-liaison-program-help/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Transportation
  • Food & Clothing

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program - Medford

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

119 N Oakdale Ave, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-776-6060


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program - Portland

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

30 N Webster St., Portland, 97217

Phone:

503-280-6057


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program - Salem

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

605 Cottage St., Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-934-0843


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Hope Vilage

Hope Village, Inc., was founded in 1983 by members of the Zion and Calvary Mennonite Churches for the purpose of developing a community in Canby, Oregon in which people age 62 and older can live with social, spiritual, recreational, educational, and health services available to them. At present, ten additional churches are members of the nonprofit corporation. The Hope Village campus comprises 138 Garden Homes and Cottages, two 50-apartment affordable housing complexes, and a community center with a putting green, woodshop, sewing/quilting room, wellness center, and electric train room. Marquis Companies operates an 80-unit assisted living facility and a 50-bed post acute care facility on the Hope Village campus.

Location:

1535 S. Ivy Street, Canby, 97013

Phone:

503-266-9810


Website:

hopevillage.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing

Impact NW - Multnomah County

Impact NW is a premier provider of educational and social services in the greater Portland metro area. Our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Location:

1785 NE Sandy Blvd. #200, Portland, 97232

Phone:

503-294-7400


Website:

https://impactnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Impact NW - Multnomah County

Impact NW is a premier provider of educational and social services in the greater Portland metro area. Our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Location:

10055 E Burnside, Portland, 97292

Phone:

503-721-1740


Website:

https://impactnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Impact NW - Multnomah County

Impact NW is a premier provider of educational and social services in the greater Portland metro area. Our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Location:

4610 SE Belmont Street, Portland, 97215

Phone:

503-721-6760


Website:

https://impactnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Impact NW - Multnomah County

Impact NW is a premier provider of educational and social services in the greater Portland metro area. Our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Location:

7211 SE 62nd Avenue, Portland, 97206

Phone:

503-721-6777


Website:

https://impactnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Impact NW - Washington County

Impact NW is a premier provider of educational and social services in the greater Portland metro area. Our mission is to help people prosper through a community of support.

Location:

2037 Douglas Street, Forest Grove, 97116

Phone:

503-357-7520


Website:

https://impactnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Independent Living

The Independent Living Program is designed to help young people in Klamath and Lake Counties become self-sufficient. Most of the youth are transitioning from foster care, but we also work with a small number of homeless youth. We hope to help all these youth improve their chances at becoming successful adult citizens.The Independent Living Program (ILP) is designed to help foster youth in Klamath and Lake Counties become self-sufficient and successfully transition out of foster care. Youth are given encouragement and the support that they need to complete their high school diploma or general education diploma (GED). Youth are encouraged to enroll in college, vocational programs such as Job Corps, or become gainfully employed, and guided in the process to find a safe and stable place to live.

Location:

115 North 10th Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-2053


Website:

http://integralyouthservices.org/what-we-do/life-skills-programs/independent-living/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

InterMountain Education Service District

The IMESD is committed to working with school districts to implement programs and services to make every student successful, provide high quality teaching and develop long-term economic vitality for rural communities in eastern Oregon. The IMESD has served the students of this region since 1863.

Location:

2001 SW Nye Ave, Pendleton, 97801

Phone:

888-437-6892


Website:

https://imesd.k12.or.us/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Jasper Mountain

With a primary mission to offer help and hope for children and families, Jasper Mountain has developed specializations in areas such as attachment issues, sexual reactivity, anti-social and violent behavior and treating severe trauma. We have experience with adopted children including foreign adoptions and subsequent challenges for parents. All programs are guided by the agency philosophy to treat the intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs of the child – thus treating the whole person. Jasper Mountain currently works with children from around the United States and is now available for private placements.

Location:

37875 Jasper-Lowell Road, Jasper, 97438

Phone:

541-747-1235


Website:

https://www.jaspermountain.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Recreation

Josephine County Service Center

Energy Assistance and Education, Volunteer Programs, Administrative Services, Weatherization, Housing & Homeless Services

Location:

125 NE Manzanita, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-956-4050


Website:

http://www.ucancap.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal & Financial

Joyce Morgan Regional Food Bank

Food Distribution Program, National Service Programs

Location:

284 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg, 97470

Phone:

541-672-3421


Website:

http://www.ucancap.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal & Financial

KindTree-Autism Rocks

Founded in 1997 by two group home workers determined to remedy their clients’ lack of meaningful activities, KindTree-Autism Rocks provides support, services, and information to empower and improve the quality of life for individuals and families living with autism, and the professionals who serve them. From its inception, this “grass roots” all volunteer nonprofit has maintained its focus on serving and celebrating people on the autism spectrum through art, education, recreation, and community.

Location:

P.O. Box 40847, Eugene, 97404

Phone:

541-780-6950


Website:

https://kindtree.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Recreation

KindTree-STiLE

The KindTree-Autism Rocks Skills Training for an Independent living Experience program (STiLE), functions as an educational program for adults with autism and others with developmental/intellectual disabilities. Established in 2013 to meet a service gap for adults living with autism in our community, the mission has been to provide skill training to encourage community engagement, independence, productivity, creative expression, health, work readiness and independent living. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life, with service and celebration, of individuals with disabilities through advocacy, art, education, recreation and community participation.

Location:

1300 Pearl St, Eugene, 97404

Phone:

541-780-6950


Website:

https://kindtree.org/calendar/stile/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Klamath Basin Behavioral Health

Our diverse range of integrated service delivery includes instant access to 24-hour crisis support, walk-in screenings and mental health assessments, psychiatric assessments and medication management, residential and respite programs for adults and adolescents, individual and family counseling, substance use disorder treatment, home-based services, parent-child interaction therapy, day treatment for school-aged children, case management, peer support, school-based services, and multiple focused treatment groups.

Location:

2210 N Eldorado Ave, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-883-1030


Website:

https://www.kbbh.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Klamath Family Head Start

Our mission is to promote school and life readiness by providing individualized early learning services to eligible children and families. Family development, education, and wellness services are provided to all enrolled children and families.

Location:

1940 S 6th St, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-5988


Website:

https://www.kfheadstart.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Lane County Behavioral Health

Lane County Behavioral Health Services encompasses a broad array of services and programs. Services include treatment for children, families, and adults. Services can be accessed through a variety of programs focusing on mental health issues. Lane County Behavioral Health Services is a public mental health provider receiving funding from state mental health grants and client fees, some of which may be in the form of Medicaid, Medicare, and other insurance carriers’ reimbursements.

Location:

2411 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-682-3608


Website:

https://www.lanecounty.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3585881&pageId=4133179

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Clackamas County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

18907 Portland Ave., Gladstone, 97027

Phone:

503-594-1772


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Clackamas County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

4105 SE International Way, Suite 501, Milwaukie, 97222

Phone:

503-496-3201


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

400 NE 7th St., Gresham, 97030

Phone:

503-661-5455


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

4941 Northeast 17th Ave., Portland, 97211

Phone:

503-282-3296


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

3716 NE MLK Jr. Blvd, Portland, 97212

Phone:

503-288-8066


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

3655 NE Garfield, Portland, 97212

Phone:

503-335-0855


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

17214 SE Division Street, Portland, 97236

Phone:

503-761-5272


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Multnomah County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

8425 N. Lombard Street, Portland, 97203

Phone:

503-283-4776


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

14600 NW Cornell Road, Portland, 97229

Phone:

503-645-3581


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

10700 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale HWY, Building 1, Suite 011, Beaverton, 97005

Phone:

503-641-1475


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

12350 SW 5th, Suite 110, Beaverton, 97005

Phone:

503-627-9194


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

5240 NE Elam Young Parkway, Hillsboro, 97124

Phone:

503-846-4555


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

1340 E. Main St., Hillsboro, 97123

Phone:

503-597-6089


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

971 SW Walnut Street, Hillsboro, 97123

Phone:

503-640-5297


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeworks NW - Washington County

Serving the Portland metro area, LifeWorks NW promotes a healthy community by providing quality and culturally-responsive mental health and addiction services across the lifespan.

Location:

8770 SW Scoffins Street, Tigard, 97223

Phone:

503-684-1424


Website:

https://www.lifeworksnw.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Martha Young Family Service Center

Energy Assistance and Education, Weatherization, Administrative Services, Head Start Administration

Location:

280 Kenneth Ford Drive, Roseburg, 97470

Phone:

800-301-8226


Website:

http://www.ucancap.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal & Financial

NAMI of Central Oregon Crook County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 7463, Bend, 97708

Phone:

800-343-6265


Website:

http://namicentraloregon.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Central Oregon Deschutes County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 7462, Bend, 97708

Phone:

800-343-6264


Website:

http://namicentraloregon.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Central Oregon Jefferson County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 7464, Bend, 97708

Phone:

800-343-6266


Website:

http://namicentraloregon.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Clackamas County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

10202 32nd Ave., Milwaukie, 97222

Phone:

503-344-5050


Website:

https://www.namicc.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Columbia County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

, Saint Helens, 97501

Phone:


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Coos County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 3519, Coos Bay, 97420

Phone:

541-888-3202


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Douglas County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 795, Winchester, 97495

Phone:

541-673-6382


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Baker County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Malheur County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Morrow County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Umatilla County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Union County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Eastern Oregon Wallowa County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 907, Union, 97883

Phone:

541-562-5465


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Klamath County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box Jp, Klamath Falls, 97602

Phone:

541-591-3514


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Lane County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-343-7688


Website:

http://www.namilane.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Mid-Valley Benton County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 1172, Corvallis, 97339

Phone:

541-745-2065


Website:

http://namimidvalley.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Mid-Valley Linn County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 1172, Corvallis, 97339

Phone:

541-745-2064


Website:

http://namimidvalley.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Multnomah County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

524 NE 52nd Ave, Portland, 97213

Phone:

503-228-5692


Website:

http://namimultnomah.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Southern Oregon Jackson County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 8018, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-774-7872


Website:

http://www.nami-so.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Southern Oregon Josephine County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 8018, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-774-7872


Website:

http://www.nami-so.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Washington County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

18680 SW Shaw St, Aloha, 97007

Phone:

503-356-6835


Website:

http://www.washconami.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NAMI of Yamhill County

NAMI’s dedicated volunteers have made it the nation’s leading grassroots advocacy organization to improve the lives and support the families of persons with mental illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, schizoaffective disorder, and anxiety disorders.​ The Mission of NAMI-Central Oregon is to improve the quality of life for persons living with mental health issues, and their families through support, education and advocacy. Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. NAMI’s legislative and public policy priority is to support Americans affected by mental illness’ opportunities to build better lives. NAMI advocates for an array of issues including: Securing better funding for research Protecting people’s access to treatment and services Attaining mental health parity

Location:

PO Box 345, McMinnville, 97128

Phone:

503-434-6350


Website:

https://namior.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

NeighborImpact

Whether preparing children for kindergarten, distributing over 3 million pounds of food, or supporting a young couple purchasing their first home, NeighborImpact helps meet the needs of more than 55,000 neighbors each year right here in Central Oregon.

Location:

2303 SW 1st Street, Redmond, 97756

Phone:

541-548-2380


Website:

https://www.neighborimpact.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Food & Clothing

Northwest Down Syndrome Association

NWDSA has been a parent-driven family support network since 1997. NWDSA’s mission is to create and nurture a loving and inclusive community celebrating every person with a disability including Down syndrome. NWDSA will accomplish this mission by empowering and supporting families and individuals who have been touched by developmental disability. Together with our cross-disability sister project, All Born (In), founded in 2006, we will work to increase education, promote public understanding and acceptance, work toward full inclusion, and defend the civil rights of individuals with Down syndrome. Our vision also embraces professionals and the cross-disability community. Our statement of values is the core of our organization and the basis for how we make decisions to support our mission. We believe that relationships are the cornerstones of our organization and that they should be both honored and nurtured.

Location:

11611 NE Ainsworth Circle, Portland, 97220

Phone:

503-238-0522


Website:

https://nwdsa.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

OHRA

For people who are unhoused and/or who have substantial barriers to a good quality of life, we work with partner agencies to provide access to necessities of life. For individuals who are economically stressed but have more stable situations, we provide help finding employment, housing, and other resources.

Location:

611 Siskiyou Blvd, Unit 4, Ashland, 97520

Phone:

541-631-2235


Website:

https://helpingashland.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Employment

Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon

For more than 52 years, the Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon has worked to empower people of diverse abilities. We believe everyone has the fundamental right to live and work in supportive and inclusive communities. Alongside a broad array of community partners we propel social change and encourage limitless possibilities.

Location:

835 E Hwy 126, Redmond, 97756

Phone:

541-548-2611


Website:

https://www.opportunityfound.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Options Counseling and Family Services - Clackamas County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

1320 Meridian Drive, Woodburn, 97071

Phone:

503-498-5476


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Clackamas County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

12901 SE 97th Ave, Suite 340, Clackamas, 97015

Phone:

503-655-8045


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Columbia County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

445 Port Ave, Suite C, St. Helens, 97051

Phone:

503-335-5975


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Douglas County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

283 SE Fowler Street, Suite 2, Roseburg, 97470

Phone:

541-464-6455


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lane County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

3500 Chad Drive, Suite 350, Eugene, 97408

Phone:

541-687-6983


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lane County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

3500 Chad Drive, Suite 350, Eugene, 97408

Phone:

541-687-6983


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lane County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

1255 Pearl Street, Suite 102, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-687-6983


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lane County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

175 West B Street, Bldg. D, Springfield, 97477

Phone:

541-762-1971


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lane County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

1445 8th Street, Florence, 97439

Phone:

541-997-6261


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Lincoln County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

407 N Coast Hwy, Suite 300, Newport, 97365

Phone:

503-390-5637


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Marion County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

2645 Portland Road NE, Suite 120, Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-390-5637


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Marion County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

2695 SE 12th Place, Salem, 97302

Phone:

503-951-6280


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Multnomah County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

11010 SE Division Street, Suite 202, Portland, 97266

Phone:

503-335-5975


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Options Counseling and Family Services - Washingtom County

Options Counseling and Family provides family preservation, behavioral health services and other family supports to families and individuals in 11 Oregon counties. Options providers use a family centered approach, in which the family’s knowledge of their own strengths and needs is the primary resource.

Location:

8285 SW Nimbus Ave, Suite 148, Beaverton, 97008

Phone:

503-352-3260


Website:

http://wp.options.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Oregon Autism Society

The Autism Society of Oregon is Oregon’s leading organization providing resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with autism.

Location:

5100 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 400, Portland, 97239

Phone:

1-888-288-4761


Website:

http://autismsocietyoregon.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Legal & Financial

Oregon Coast Community Action - Coos County

Oregon Coast Community Action (OR-CCA), is a private non-profit organization-501(c)(3) created in 1965 as the Community Action Committee, Inc in 1965 to serve the Southern Oregon Coast. ORCCA provides cost effective joint administration, leadership, housing assistance, and support for children's programs and emergency services on the Southern Oregon Coast.

Location:

1855 Thomas Avenue, Coos Bay, 97420

Phone:

541-435-7080


Website:

https://www.orcca.us/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing

Oregon Coast Community Action - Curry County

Oregon Coast Community Action (OR-CCA), is a private non-profit organization-501(c)(3) created in 1965 as the Community Action Committee, Inc in 1965 to serve the Southern Oregon Coast. ORCCA provides cost effective joint administration, leadership, housing assistance, and support for children's programs and emergency services on the Southern Oregon Coast.

Location:

517 Railroad Avenue, Brookings, 97415

Phone:

541-469-3155


Website:

https://www.orcca.us/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Housing
  • Health & Safety

Oregon Commission for the Blind - Deschutes County

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

813 SW Highland Ave., Ste. 102, Redmond, 97756

Phone:

541-669-5090


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Commission for the Blind - Jackson County

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

724 South Central Street, Suite 110, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-776-6047


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Commission for the Blind - Lane County

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

541 Willamette, Room #408, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-686-7990


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Commission for the Blind - Marion County

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

780 Commercial St. SE, Ste. 200, Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-378-8479


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Commission for the Blind - Multnomah County

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

535 SE 12th Avenue, Portland, 97214

Phone:

971-673-1588


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Community Programs

MTFC® is an alternative to placement in group/residential care settings or to incarceration or psychiatric hospitalization. In MTFC®, youth are placed singly in well-trained and supported community foster homes. The major goals of MTFC® are to create supports and opportunities for youth so they can live successfully in the community and to prepare their parents, relatives, or other aftercare family to use skills and methods that allow them to maintain the gains their youth has made while in MTFC® once he or she returns home. MTFC® includes multi-level interventions in family, community, and school settings. Youth receive individual therapy, skill training, and academic supports. Their families receive family therapy. Typically, MTFC® placements are short-term (from 6-9 months). From the beginning of placement, work with the youth’s parents is emphasized to prepare the youth and the adults for post-MTFC® life. Four key elements are targeted in MTFC® and in aftercare. Providing youth with a consistent reinforcing environment that builds on individual strengths Providing clear structure and limits with well-specified consequences that are delivered in a teaching-oriented way Providing close supervision of the youth’s whereabouts Helping youth avoid associations with peers who are likely to have a negative influence, and developing skills for having relationships with positive peers. MTFC® and Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care® are copyrights and trademarks of Oregon Community Programs. All rights reserved.

Location:

1170 Pearl Street, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-743-4340


Website:

https://www.oregoncommunityprograms.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Transition

Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities

Developmental Disabilities Councils consist of volunteers appointed by governors, over half of whom must be people with developmental disabilities or their family members. They engage in systemic change, capacity building, and advocacy activities that: Educate the public; Develop and support coalitions; Inform federal, state, and local policy makers; Demonstrate new approaches to services, supports, and other assistance; Outreach to those who might not come to the attention of the Council; Assist neighborhoods and communities to respond positively to individuals with DD and their families; Foster interagency collaboration and coordination, including related Councils, committees, and programs; Eliminate barriers and enhance citizen participation.

Location:

2475 SE Ladd Avenue, Suite 231, Portland, 97214

Phone:

503-235-0369


Website:

https://www.ocdd.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Oregon Family Support Center

Oregon Family Support Network, founded in 1991, a 501(c)3 non-profit, began as a grass roots community organization providing support groups and education to families with a strong advocacy component. Our purpose has remained unchanged: To connect, empower and educate families and their communities to assure improved outcomes for children and youth experiencing significant behavioral health challenges. To fulfill a significant role in facilitating family/youth voice in local and state policy making.

Location:

4275 Commercial St. SE Suite 180, Salem, 97302

Phone:

503-363-8068


Website:

http://www.ofsn.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Pearl Buck Center

Pearl Buck Center in Eugene, Oregon provides support to individuals with a range of intellectual disabilities and their families. Our programs include Pearl Buck Preschool & Family Supports, Supported Living, Community Employment and more. Through these programs, we strive to foster each person’s optimal potential, to empower them and to enrich their lives.

Location:

3690 W 1st Ave, Eugene, 97402

Phone:

541-484-4666


Website:

https://pearlbuckcenter.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Employment

RISE - Multnomah County

RISE provides services for people with disabilities including residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community based services. RISE also provides services for children and families through foster care and professional parenting, adoption, kinship care, after school and summer programs, behavior supports, and mental health services. In addition, RISE provides Early Intervention services which includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Developmental Specialists.

Location:

10725 SW Barbur Blvd Suite #350, Portland, 97219

Phone:

503-994-6355


Website:

https://riseservicesinc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment

Senior and Disability Services

Senior & Disability Services provides services, information, and assistance to Lane County’s older adult population, adults with physical disabilities, and their caregivers. Services include: Adult Foster Care, Adult Protective Services, Advocacy & Training, Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC), Caregiving, Food & Nutrition, Living Well with Chronic Conditions, In Home Care, Long Term Care Services (Medicaid), Medical Assistance, Oregon Money Management Program, Oregon Project Independence, Relatives As Parents Program, Senior Meals.

Location:

1015 Willamette Street, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-682-3353


Website:

http://www.sdslane.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Astoria

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

450 Marine Drive, Suite 110, Astoria, 97103

Phone:

503-325-4821


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Clackamas

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

506 High St., Oregon City, 97301

Phone:

971-673-6431


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Columbia

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

500 N. Highway 30, St. Helens, 97051

Phone:

503-397-6495


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Coos Bay

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

990 2nd Street, Coos Bay, 97420

Phone:

541-751-8511


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Eugene

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

2510 Oakmont Way, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-687-7393


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Linn/Benton

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

139 4th Ave SE, Albany, 97321

Phone:

541-812-8667


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Medford

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

119 N. Oakdale Ave, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-776-6285


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Newport

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

120 NE Avery Street, Newport, 97365

Phone:

541-265-8891


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Roseburg

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

846 SE Pine Street, Roseburg, 97470

Phone:

541-464-2362


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Salem

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

605 Cottage St. NE, Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-378-8386


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Washington

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

241 SW Edgeway Drive, Beaverton, 97006

Phone:

971-722-2671


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Senior Community Service Employment Program - Yamhill

SCSEP is for low income seniors who seek employment, training assistance, and social engagement. Through our transitional employment program, we partner with community-based non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide participants with training opportunities to update their skills. During their part-time internship, seniors receive minimum wage to help supplement their income until they receive permanent employment. Our staff work with job seekers to target and achieve personal employment goals. Helped funded by U.S. Department of Labor.

Location:

370 NE Norton Lane, McMinnville, 97128

Phone:

503-434-7577


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Siskiyou Community Health Center of Grants Pass

As a community health center, Siskiyou provides personalized, patient-centered care to help manage your individual and family wellness needs through all stages of life. Our goal is to provide a medical home that focuses on high quality primary and preventive care for the whole family and to ensure that all Patients, including those who are medically underserved, have continuous access to high quality community-based health care services including a primary care home.

Location:

1701 NW Hawthorne Ave, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-472-4777


Website:

http://siskiyouhealthcenter.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Siskiyou Community Health Center of Jackson County

As a community health center, Siskiyou provides personalized, patient-centered care to help manage your individual and family wellness needs through all stages of life. Our goal is to provide a medical home that focuses on high quality primary and preventive care for the whole family and to ensure that all Patients, including those who are medically underserved, have continuous access to high quality community-based health care services including a primary care home.

Location:

1380 Biddle Road, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-500-8407


Website:

http://siskiyouhealthcenter.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Siskiyou Community Health Center of Josephine County

As a community health center, Siskiyou provides personalized, patient-centered care to help manage your individual and family wellness needs through all stages of life. Our goal is to provide a medical home that focuses on high quality primary and preventive care for the whole family and to ensure that all Patients, including those who are medically underserved, have continuous access to high quality community-based health care services including a primary care home.

Location:

25647 Redwood Hwy., Cave Junction, 97523

Phone:

541-592-4111


Website:

http://siskiyouhealthcenter.com

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

421 Walker Ave, Ashland, 97520

Phone:

541-482-6287


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Health & Safety

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

409 4th Street, Phoenix, 97535

Phone:

541-512-1870


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

140 E. Main St, Eagle Point, 97524

Phone:

541-830-6252


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

203 N Royal, Eagle Point, 97524

Phone:

541-826-9344


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1011 La Loma Drive, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-897-6554


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

3131 Avenue C, White City, 97503

Phone:

541-830-3673


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

2722 Springbrook Rd., Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-779-3722


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1400 Johnson Street, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-842-3570


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1531 S. Peach Street, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-779-2462


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

891 Stewart Ave., Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-857-9255


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

610 S Peach Street, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-842-3517


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

2602 Merriman Rd, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-772-7707


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

2600 Merriman Rd, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-779-9903


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1001 Beall Ln., Central Point, 97502

Phone:

541-734-5150


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

440 S. 4th Street, Central Point, 97502

Phone:

541-664-4585


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

14235 Table Rock Rd., Central Point, 97502

Phone:

541-494-6873


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

8298 Rogue River Highway, Grants Pass, 97527

Phone:

541-582-1560


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1202 SE Harvey Drive, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-472-6155


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

830 NE 9th st, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-295-3086


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

939 S. E. 8th st, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-471-3450


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

1867 Williams HWY, Grants Pass, 97527

Phone:

541-244-2670


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

3345 1/2 Redwood Highway, Grants Pass, 97527

Phone:

541-956-7309


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

222 Grange Drive, Grants Pass, 97526

Phone:

541-474-0940


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

620 E River Street, Cave Junction, 97523

Phone:

541-592-3161


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

553 E. River St., Cave Junction, 97523

Phone:

541-592-3259


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Southern Oregon Head Start

Head Start is a federally funded program for preschool children from low-income families. Head Start Oregon Preschool Kindergarten Program (OPK) is the same program but is state funded. Children who attend Head Start participate in a variety of educational activities in stimulating settings to help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. They also receive free medical and dental care, have healthy meals and snacks, and enjoy playing indoors and outdoors in a safe setting. Head Start helps all children succeed. Services are offered to meet the special needs of children with disabilities.

Location:

101 S Junction Ave., Cave Junction, 97523

Phone:

541-592-2246


Website:

https://www.socfc.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Summer Lunch

The IYS Free Summer Lunch Program runs during the summer, from June through August, to provide a healthy USDA approved lunch when free school lunches are not available. Lunch sites are county-wide, with 30 total lunch service sites, 23 located in Klamath Falls and the remaining 7 in Beatty, Bly, Bonanza, Keno, Malin, Merrill and Sprague River. Lunches are available to all children and youth ages 1-18.

Location:

115 North 10th Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-2053


Website:

http://integralyouthservices.org/what-we-do/outreach-programs/summer-lunch-program/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Food & Clothing

Supportive Services for Veteran Families - Portland

SSVF provides support to veterans and their families to find permanent housing, prevent eviction, obtain documentation, secure benefits (SSI or VA), and increase skills and income. We provide case management to identify barriers and connect them with community resources such as immediate needs, employment, health care, legal aid, child care services, personal financial planning and transportation. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Location:

17811 NE Glisan Street, Portland, 97230

Phone:

971-317-9660


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

Supportive Services for Veteran Families - Salem

SSVF provides support to veterans and their families to find permanent housing, prevent eviction, obtain documentation, secure benefits (SSI or VA), and increase skills and income. We provide case management to identify barriers and connect them with community resources such as immediate needs, employment, health care, legal aid, child care services, personal financial planning and transportation. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Location:

750 Front Street Suite 130, Salem, 97301

Phone:

971-304-7140


Website:

https://www.easterseals.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources

The Arc

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

, , 97478

Phone:

800-433-5255


Website:

https://thearc.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc Families Connected

Created by families for families, the mission of Families Connected is to reduce isolation and build community connections for families raising a child who experiences an intellectual and/or developmental disability.

Location:

4181 E Street, Springfield, 97478

Phone:

541-343-5256


Website:

http://arclane.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Benton County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

928 NW Beca Ave, Corvallis, 97330

Phone:

541-753-1711


Website:

http://www.arcbenton.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Curry County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

1309 Ransum Unit B, Brookings, 97415

Phone:

541-661-2107


Website:

https://thearc.org/chapter/the-arc-of-curry-county/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Deschutes County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

835 E Hwy 126, Redmond, 97756

Phone:

541-548-2611


Website:

https://www.opportunityfound.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Jackson County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

121 N Central Ave, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-779-4520


Website:

https://arcofjacksoncoal.com/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Lane County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

4181 E Street, Springfield, 97478

Phone:

541-343-5256


Website:

http://www.arclane.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Mid-Columbia

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

PO Box 521, The Dalles, 97058

Phone:

541-478-2133


Website:

http://arcmidcolumbia.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Multnomah County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

6929 NE Halsey St., Portland, 97213

Phone:

503-223-7279


Website:

http://thearcmult.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Polk County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

PO Box 584, Dallas, 97338

Phone:

541-223-3261


Website:

http://www.arcofpolkcounty.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Tillamook County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

PO Box 232, Tillamook, 97141

Phone:


Website:

http://www.thearctillamook.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Arc of Umatilla County

The Arc’s mission is to advocate to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

Location:

215 W Orchard Avenue, Hermiston, 97838

Phone:

541-567-7615


Website:

http://thearcumatilla.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Employment
  • Recreation
  • Legal & Financial

The Child Center - Deschutes County

The Child Center is a non-profit human services agency that has been offering a continuum of psychiatric, therapeutic and special education programs throughout Lane County since 1971 and in Central Oregon since 2011.

Location:

1195 NW Wall St., Bend, 97701

Phone:

541-728-0062


Website:

https://www.thechildcenter.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

The Child Center - Lane County

Our services for children with emotional and mental health challenges include Mental Health Assessments, Outpatient Counseling, Intensive Treatment Services (Day Treatment), Intensive Outpatient Services and Supports (Outpatient and School Based Day Treatment), Community Library of mental health resources, 24/7 Crisis Response, Applied Behavior Analysis Autism Program, Collaborative Problem Solving parenting classes, and Wellness and Community Health. We are currently developing our new Wellness Center for our Lane County and Central Oregon programs.

Location:

3995 Marcola Road, Spingfield, 97477

Phone:

541-726-1465


Website:

https://www.thechildcenter.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

The Child Center - Lane County

The Child Center is a non-profit human services agency that has been offering a continuum of psychiatric, therapeutic and special education programs throughout Lane County since 1971 and in Central Oregon since 2011.

Location:

360 S Garden Way,, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-726-1465


Website:

https://www.thechildcenter.org/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

Tillamook Family Counseling Center

Tillamook Family Counseling Center’s Developmental Disabilities Team serves the community with supports, interventions and care coordination utilizing a variety of strategies

Location:

906 Main Avenue, Tillamook, 97141

Phone:

1-800-962-2851


Website:

https://tfcc.org/developmental-disabilities/

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness

The mission of Wallowa Valley River Center for Wellness is to facilitate growth and wellness through services and resources that empower personal action.

Location:

207 SW 1st Street, Enterprise, 97828

Phone:

541-426-4524


Website:

https://www.wvcenterforwellness.org

Categories:

  • Child, Family & Senior Resources
  • Mental Health

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