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Above All Influences

Keeping individuals and families together through education and personal empowerment by providing mentor-ship and direction with a continuum of housing for the community. To break the cycles of addiction, abuse & poverty by embracing cultural diversity & addressing generational inheritance.

Location:

707 High Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-205-8398


Website:

https://www.aboveallinfluences.org/

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Mental Health

Addictions Recovery Center (ARC)

Addictions Recovery Center’s services reflect Southern Oregon’s growing need for state-of-the-art, professional substance use disorder treatment and standards. ARC’s professional treatment team incorporates the current trend in models of care to meet individual client needs, and is renowned for its creativity, innovation and true concern for clients at every stage of recovery. Treatment at Addictions Recovery Center consists of a continuum of care, including: • Residential Treatment • Day treatment • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment • Continuing Recovery Support Services Other services provided by ARC include sobering and medically-monitored detox in downtown Medford, and a Walk-In Assessment Clinic to better facilitate an individual’s access to care.

Location:

1025 E. Main St, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-779-1282


Website:

http://addictionsrecovery.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Addictions Recovery Center (ARC)

Addictions Recovery Center’s services reflect Southern Oregon’s growing need for state-of-the-art, professional substance use disorder treatment and standards. ARC’s professional treatment team incorporates the current trend in models of care to meet individual client needs, and is renowned for its creativity, innovation and true concern for clients at every stage of recovery. Treatment at Addictions Recovery Center consists of a continuum of care, including: • Residential Treatment • Day treatment • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment • Continuing Recovery Support Services Other services provided by ARC include sobering and medically-monitored detox in downtown Medford, and a Walk-In Assessment Clinic to better facilitate an individual’s access to care.

Location:

1003 East Main Street, Suite 104, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-779-1282


Website:

http://addictionsrecovery.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Addictions Recovery Center (ARC)

Addictions Recovery Center’s services reflect Southern Oregon’s growing need for state-of-the-art, professional substance use disorder treatment and standards. ARC’s professional treatment team incorporates the current trend in models of care to meet individual client needs, and is renowned for its creativity, innovation and true concern for clients at every stage of recovery. Treatment at Addictions Recovery Center consists of a continuum of care, including: • Residential Treatment • Day treatment • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment • Continuing Recovery Support Services Other services provided by ARC include sobering and medically-monitored detox in downtown Medford, and a Walk-In Assessment Clinic to better facilitate an individual’s access to care.

Location:

338 North Front Street, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-779-1282


Website:

http://addictionsrecovery.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Addictions Recovery Center (ARC)

Addictions Recovery Center’s services reflect Southern Oregon’s growing need for state-of-the-art, professional substance use disorder treatment and standards. ARC’s professional treatment team incorporates the current trend in models of care to meet individual client needs, and is renowned for its creativity, innovation and true concern for clients at every stage of recovery. Treatment at Addictions Recovery Center consists of a continuum of care, including: • Residential Treatment • Day treatment • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment • Continuing Recovery Support Services Other services provided by ARC include sobering and medically-monitored detox in downtown Medford, and a Walk-In Assessment Clinic to better facilitate an individual’s access to care.

Location:

16 South Peach Street, Medford, 97501

Phone:

541-779-1282


Website:

http://addictionsrecovery.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Albertina Kerr

Since 1907, Albertina Kerr has strengthened Oregon families and communities. Today, we provide programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to live richer lives.

Location:

424 NE 22nd Avenue, Portland, 97232

Phone:

503-239-8101


Website:

https://www.albertinakerr.org/

Categories:

  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Alcoholics Anonymous, CJ

Substance abuse recovery support specific to the Illinois Valley. All meetings are at the Immanuel United Methodist Church

Location:

200 W. Watkins St, Cave Junction, 97523

Phone:

541-474-0782


Website:

https://www.grantspassaa.com/

Categories:

  • Mental Health

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

Asante Behavioral Health Clinic

Our health care providers care for people of all ages and from all walks of life who are facing mental health challenges. Our medical providers and staff members show respect and kindness to patients. Our clinic offers a private, relaxing atmosphere where patients can feel comfortable and safe.

Location:

691 Murphy Road Suite 218, Medford, 97504

Phone:

541-789-4078


Website:

https://www.asante.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

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

Center for Human Development, Inc

CHD is a private not-for-profit organization located in La Grande, Oregon providing alcohol and drug, environmental health, mental health, public health, developmental disabilities, prevention and veterans services to the more then 25,000 residents of Union County in Eastern Oregon.

Location:

2301 Cove Avenue, La Grande, 97850

Phone:

541-962-8800


Website:

http://www.chdinc.org

Categories:

  • Mental Health
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating

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

Choices Counseling

It is the mission of Choices Counseling to assist individuals in living a lifestyle free from drug and alcohol dependency or abuse and managing mental illness. It is our mission to provide the best in education and intervention which assist clients in meeting their goals for recovery, utilizing community resources, legal requirements, and the client’s own goals as a guideline. Choices will assist individuals in making decisions which will create safety for themselves and others. Choices will work collaboratively with individuals so that they may have more successful outcomes in their lives.

Location:

20 Basin Street, Suite 110, Astoria, 97103

Phone:

503-325-4499


Website:

http://choicescounsel.net/

Categories:

  • 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

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

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

Coos Health & Welness

Public Health at Coos Health & Wellness informs and protects out local communities from diseases, ensures local restaurants, pools, and other facilities are safe for public use, as well as provides dental checkups, immunization programs, and other preventative services.

Location:

281 LaClair Street, Coos Bay, 97420

Phone:

541-888-8726


Website:

https://cooshealthandwellness.org/

Categories:

  • Mental Health

Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets (CAHOOTS)

CAHOOTS (is a mobile crisis intervention team integrated into the public safety system of the cities of Eugene and Springfield. Free response is available for a broad range of non-criminal crises, including homelessness, intoxication, disorientation, substance abuse and mental illness problems, and dispute resolution. Non-emergency medical care, first aid, and transportation to services is also provided.

Location:

341 E 12th Ave., Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-342-8255


Website:

https://whitebirdclinic.org/cahoots/

Categories:

  • Mental Health

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

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

Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. (GOBHI)

Make information easy to find–for individuals and families, Service Coordinators, service providers and others interested who support people with developmental disabilities. Include information about local and state resources and links to other knowledge bases. Include information about how the system works–where to go to get what kinds of assistance. Facilitate people making connections with others in eastern Oregon by invitation to our visitors to share their own news, tips, and knowledge here.

Location:

401 E 3rd St Suite 101, The Dalles, 97085

Phone:

1-800-493-0040


Website:

http://www.gobhi.org/

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Transportation
  • Brokerages & Case Management
  • Legal & Financial

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

Homelife

Home Life is a private, non-profit (501(c)(3)) organization providing safe, integrated, community living services for the purpose of enhancing the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities. Home Life (formerly Housing for the Handicapped) began in Corvallis, Oregon in November 1972, when family members of people with developmental disabilities wanted alternative opportunities that would provide for challenge and growth and ultimately lead to more independent living. The idea was to create a ’home-like’ environment, avoiding placement in the state institution, Fairview Training Center.

Location:

2068 NW Fillmore Ave, Corvallis, 97330

Phone:

541-753-9015


Website:

http://homelifeinc.org/

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

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

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 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:

725 Washburn Way, Klamath Falls, 97603

Phone:

541-723-1999


Website:

https://www.kbbh.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

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:

3203 Vandenberg Road, Klamath Falls, 97603

Phone:

541-880-5500


Website:

https://www.kbbh.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Klamath Open Door Family Practice

To provide accessible, culturally sensitive, affordable, quality-driven, patient-centered health services to the community, with an emphasis on the underserved.

Location:

2074 6th St, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-851-8110


Website:

https://www.klamathopendoor.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Klamath Open Door Family Practice

To provide accessible, culturally sensitive, affordable, quality-driven, patient-centered health services to the community, with an emphasis on the underserved.

Location:

2684 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-887-8387


Website:

https://www.klamathopendoor.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Klamath Open Door Family Practice

To provide accessible, culturally sensitive, affordable, quality-driven, patient-centered health services to the community, with an emphasis on the underserved.

Location:

3013 Summers Lane, Klamath Falls, 97603

Phone:

541-887-8189


Website:

https://www.klamathopendoor.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services

Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services is a division of the Klamath Tribes and is responsible for providing healthcare services to the Native American population who reside in Klamath County. Any person living in Klamath County who is able to provide proof of their Native American heritage is eligible to receive healthcare services at The Klamath Tribes Wellness Center.

Location:

330 Chiloquin Boulevard, Chiloquin, 97624

Phone:

541-882-1487


Website:

http://www.klamathtribalhealth.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Transportation

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

Laurel Hill Center - Lane County

Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community.

Location:

2145 Centennial Plaza, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-485-6340


Website:

https://www.laurel.org

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Laurel Hill Center - Lane County

Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community.

Location:

210 E 6th Ave, Junction City, 97448

Phone:

541-780-6361


Website:

https://www.laurel.org

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health
  • Employment

Lifeways - Malheur County

Lifeways Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral health services to achieve and maintain mental and emotional health and well-being. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for children and adults as well as treatment for substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

702 Sunset Dr., Ontario, 97914

Phone:

800-995-9169


Website:

https://www.lifeways.org

Categories:

  • Mental Health

Lifeways - Umatilla County

Lifeways Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral health services to achieve and maintain mental and emotional health and well-being. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for children and adults as well as treatment for substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

299 N. Columbia, Milton-Freewater, 97862

Phone:

541-276-6207


Website:

https://www.lifeways.org

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeways - Umatilla County

Lifeways Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral health services to achieve and maintain mental and emotional health and well-being. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for children and adults as well as treatment for substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

331 SE 2nd, Pendleton, 97801

Phone:

866-343-4473


Website:

https://www.lifeways.org

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeways - Umatilla County

Lifeways Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral health services to achieve and maintain mental and emotional health and well-being. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for children and adults as well as treatment for substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

290 Willamette Ave, Umatilla, 97882

Phone:

541-922-0880


Website:

https://www.lifeways.org

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Lifeways - Umatilla County

Lifeways Inc. provides comprehensive behavioral health services to achieve and maintain mental and emotional health and well-being. We provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy for children and adults as well as treatment for substance use disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

595 NW 11th St, Hermiston, 97838

Phone:

541-567-2536


Website:

https://www.lifeways.org

Categories:

  • 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:

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

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

New Directions NW

To provide high quality, innovative and comprehensive education and treatment by an integrated multi-disciplinary team to those affected by developmental disabilities, substance abuse and mental illness in a caring, empathetic and professional manner. New Directions is dedicated to empower individuals and their families to lead healthy, successful, productive, and self-fulfilling lives.

Location:

390 Spring Garden Ave., Baker City, 97814

Phone:

541-523-4717


Website:

https://newdirectionsnw.org/

Categories:

  • Mental Health

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

Oregon Health Plan

The Oregon Health Authority is at the forefront of lowering and containing costs, improving quality and increasing access to health care in order to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians.

Location:

500 Summer Street, NE, E-20, Salem, 97301

Phone:

503-947-2340


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/oha

Categories:

  • Mental Health

Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS)

SASS is a non-profit organization providing outreach, advocacy and support to survivors of sexual violence and their partners, families and friends throughout Eugene-Springfield and the rest of Lane County.

Location:

591 West 19th Avenue, Eugene, 97401

Phone:

541-484-9791


Website:

http://sass-lane.org/

Categories:

  • Mental Health
  • Social Opportunities, Sexuality & Dating

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

Sky Lakes Medical Center

Sky Lakes Medical Center is a not-for-profit, community-owned, internationally accredited acute-care teaching hospital dedicated to the people it serves. As a leader in the health care industry, Sky Lakes also an economic and social asset for the community.

Location:

2865 Daggett Ave., Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-882-6311


Website:

https://www.skylakes.org/

Categories:

  • Health & Safety
  • Mental Health

Spokes Unlimited

To provide services designed to enhance the ability of persons with disabilities to live more independently.

Location:

1006 Main Street, Klamath Falls, 97601

Phone:

541-883-7547


Website:

http://spokesunlimited.org/

Categories:

  • Mental Health
  • Transition

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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