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Bounce Gymnastics

Bounce is a Eugene Gymnastics and Circus Arts Center that offers fantastic classes for all ages! We would love to have you or your little one join in on one or many of our fun classes! All of our instructors are patient and very thorough, and will ensure you are being safe and having fun at the same time.

Location:

329 W. 3rd Street Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-343-4222


Website:

http://www.bouncegymnastics.com/

DanceAbility International

DanceAbility International’s mission is to create opportunities for people with and without disabilities to dance and move together. Our vision is that through dance and movement, people from very diverse backgrounds experience the art of being together. The work of DanceAbility International helps decrease prejudice and misconceptions about diversity in the field of dance, and by extension in society. The DanceAbility mission is accomplished through classes and workshops for adults and children, teacher training, performances featuring people with and without disabilities in collaboration, and other educational programs.

Location:

576 Olive Street Suite 208 Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Recreation

Phone:

541.357.4982


Website:

https://www.danceability.com/

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, OR 97214

Categories:

  • Education
  • Recreation

Phone:

501-786-6082


Website:

https://factoregon.org/

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, OR 97477

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

541747-2425


Website:

https://www.hsolc.org/

Healing Reins

At Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center, we help people of all ages and abilities to gain independence and experience joy in a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment. We offer nationally accredited, evidence-based, and affordable equine-assisted therapies and activities that change the lives of those with special needs through the healing power of the horse!

Location:

60575 Billadeau Road Bend, OR 97702

Categories:

  • Recreation

Phone:

541-382-2781


Website:

http://www.healingreins.org/

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, OR 97404

Categories:

  • Recreation

Phone:

541-780-6950


Website:

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

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Location:

305 NE 102nd Ave, 350 Portland, OR 97216

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

503-258-2440


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Location:

45 SE 102 Ave Portland, OR 97216

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

503-935-2478


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Location:

859 Willamette St Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-345-5151


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Location:

822 NW Highland St Roseburg, OR 97470

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-673-1747


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

New Day Enterprises

New Day Enterprises thrives as a person centered organization. We enhance the quality of life for the individuals we support. We do that by promoting self determination, independence, responsibility and empowerment. We offer a variety of living situations from supported living, where people live on their own with staff assistance; In-Home specialized support services; to group home living that provides 24/7 services for people who may have fragile medical conditions. New Day Enterprises has a dynamic Day Service Activity program for those folks who want to mix up their service options. Build your own day around the activities you choose. There are many creative, safe, stimulating and recreational opportunities for socialization and making new friends. It's fun! All supports focus on community inclusion and making connections in our community. At New Day Enterprises, we never lose sight of the privilege and responsibility inherent in our work. New Day is truly what our name says. It is a chance for all program participants to be successful. Our strength is in our wonderful community and in our belief in the amazing dignity of the human spirit.

Location:

1502 Washington Ave. La Grande, OR 97850

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Recreation

Phone:

1-541-963-2348


Website:

https://www.newdayenterprises.org/

Oregon Adaptive Sports

Twenty years ago, some passionate local members of the ski community, came together to provide snow opportunities to members of the community with disabilities. Today, Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) is the premiere adaptive sports organization in the Pacific Northwest providing a range of year-round programs. Oregon Adaptive Sports envisions a day when everyone has the benefits of outdoor recreation, regardless of ability. We see Central Oregon as a year-round destination for adaptive sports with OAS as the leader in providing state-of-the-art equipment, professional instructions, staff and dedicated volunteers, resulting in top quality experiences for our participants.

Location:

63025 OB Riley Road Suite #12 Bend, OR 97703

Categories:

  • Recreation

Phone:

541-306-4774


Website:

http://oregonadaptivesports.org

Rideable

RideAble is a Center for Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies for individuals with special needs serving the greater Eugene/Springfield area. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization founded in 1995 sustained by grants, donations, fundraising events, and, in a small part, income from lessons. We serve anyone living with developmental, emotional, physical or mental challenges; participants span a range of abilities and ages. Along with providing individuals the opportunity to learn overall horsemanship skills, such as tacking, riding, and grooming. We also, provide a PetAble program which is designed for our human friends to connect with all the animals living at our facility, this includes sheep, goats, bunnies and donkeys.

Location:

85230 Hicks Ln Eugene, OR 97405

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-684-4623


Website:

http://rideable.org/

Soaring Spirit Therapeutic Equestrian Center

Soaring Spirit Therapeutic Equestrian Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit program located in Creswell, Oregon providing Therapeutic Riding and Experiential Learning with Horses to children and adults with physical, developmental, emotional, and/or learning challenges, including autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, sensory integration dysfunction, multiple sclerosis, amputations, paralysis, learning disabilities, emotional issues, attachment disorder, ADHD, at risk youth and others. Soaring Spirit is a NARHA center and was founded in 1991.

Location:

541 Willamette St # 212 Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-514-6357


Website:

http://www.equestriantherapy.com/directory/soaring-spirit-therapeutic-equestrian-center/

Special Olympics

Special Olympics Oregon enriches the lives of thousands of children and adults with intellectual disabilities and their communities in Oregon through sports, education, and athlete health. The organization serves more than 14,000 participants each year with intellectual disabilities, the largest disability population in the state.  Every day, every month and every year, our programs and services provide our constituents with immense opportunities in life.

Location:

, OR

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Recreation

Phone:

503-248-0600


Website:

http://www.soor.org/Sub-Page.aspx?Name=Eugene-Springfield&PID=96

Tamarack Wellness Center

We are a non-profit therapeutic and recreational warm water aquatic facility offering interdisciplinary approached to aquatic wellness for all ages, income levels, and abilities.We provide rehabilitation programs, therapeutic interventions, recreation, and preventative activities all with a focus on health and wellness. We use sustainable practices and places community at the center of heath and well-being.

Location:

3575 Donald Street, Suite 300 Eugene, OR 97405

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-686-9290


Website:

http://www.tamarackwellness.com/

Trips Inc. Special Adventures

The foundation of the award-winning Trips Inc. Special Adventures® is special education. Our expertise is evident in our affinity for, and sensitivity to, those with special needs. Trips Inc.™ has over 27 years experience in special needs travel and has provided peak experiences and treasured memories for more than 15,000 travelers from all 50 states. Our innovative organization has earned high praise featured in many newspapers & online articles across the country.

Location:

735 W. 7th AVE Eugene, OR 97440

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-686-1013


Website:

https://www.tripsinc.com/

Willamalane Park and Recreation District

Willamalane Park and Recreation District maintains and operates five recreation facilities and 46 parks and natural areas totaling nearly 1,500 acres. Willamalane is a special tax district, separate from the city of Springfield, with its own boundaries. It is governed by a five-member, elected board of directors and managed by a district superintendent.

Location:

200 S. Mill Street Springfield, OR 97477

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Education
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-736-4104


Website:

https://willamalane.org/

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, OR 97404

Categories:

  • Health
  • Education
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-780-6950


Website:

https://kindtree.org/

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, OR 97478

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-343-5256


Website:

http://www.arclane.org/services/families-connected/