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Our central hub empowers Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by helping people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need.

Location:

, OR

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Health
  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Finances

Phone:

211


Website:

http://211info.org/

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, OR 97103

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Housing
  • Health
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Finances

Phone:

503-325-5722


Website:

http://www.clatsopbh.org/

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, OR 97051

Categories:

  • Health
  • Safety

Phone:

503-782-4499


Website:

https://www.ccmh1.com/

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, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Health
  • Safety

Phone:

541-342-8255


Website:

https://whitebirdclinic.org/cahoots/

Direction Service

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, OR 97477

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Safety

Phone:

541-686-5060


Website:

https://directionservice.org/

Eastern Oregon Developmental Disabilities

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, OR 97085

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Finances

Phone:

1-800-493-0040


Website:

http://www.gobhi.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/

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, OR 97438

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Education
  • Safety

Phone:

541-747-1235


Website:

https://www.jaspermountain.org/

Lane County Behavioral Health

Runaway and homeless youth living in perilous situations can find safety and assistance through emergency shelter and crisis counseling. These services help youth get their lives back on track and provide the chance to reunite with their families. Looking Glass’ highly-trained staff of educators provide a variety of educational opportunities for teens who are homeless, have behavioral health issues, and for whom traditional education is inadequate for their needs. Looking Glass provides comprehensive residential and outpatient treatment services to teens. Specialized programs help youth dealing with abuse, delinquency, addiction, and mental health issues.

Location:

1790 W 11th Ave, Suite 200 Eugene, OR 97402

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Finances

Phone:

541-484-4428


Website:

https://www.lookingglass.us/

Linn County Developmental Disability Services

Linn County Developmental Disabilities provides case management to children and adults who experience intellectual or developmental disabilities. People with developmental disabilities may have problems with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as communication, mobility, learning, self-help, and independent living. Linn County Developmental Disabilities connects consumers with resources that help them live healthy and productive lives regardless of their impairments. Our services include intake and eligibility determination, case management services, residential services, vocational services for adults, in-home services, transportation services for adults, crisis services, and referral to brokerage services for adults.

Location:

315 4th Ave SW, 1st Floor Albany, OR 97321

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Safety

Phone:

541-967-3890


Website:

https://www.linncountyhealth.org/dd

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/

NAMI of Central Oregon

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, OR 97708

Categories:

  • Health
  • Safety

Phone:

800-343-6264


Website:

http://namicentraloregon.org

Oregon Department of Human Services

The Department of Human Services (DHS) is Oregon’s principal agency for helping Oregonians achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. DHS provides direct services to more than 1 million Oregonians each year. These services provide a key safety net for those in our society who are most vulnerable or who are at a difficult place in their life.

Location:

500 Summer St. NE E-15 Salem, OR 97301

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Housing
  • Health
  • Employment
  • Safety

Phone:

503-945-5600


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/Pages/index.aspx

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, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Health
  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety

Phone:

541-682-3353


Website:

http://www.sdslane.org/

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, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Safety

Phone:

541-484-9791


Website:

http://sass-lane.org/

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, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Education
  • Safety

Phone:

971-334-9295


Website:

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

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/