Lincoln County Resources

Professional Help

Youth Line

  • Description: A peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under adult supervision answer calls on divers topics including substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues (many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue).
  • Phone Number: 877-553-8336

Lincoln County Mental Health Program

  • Description: Search by city to find professional therapists and counselors in your area.
  • General Access: 541-574-5960
  • Crisis Number: 541-265-4179 (days) or 888-232-7191 (afternoon)

Adoption Therapists in Lincoln County

  • Description: Provides a list of professionals that can help you and your child through any problems you are facing.
  • Website: Therapists in Lincoln County

Dr. Vince Berger

Parental Stress Line

Teen Peer Line

Events

Oregon Teen Conference

  • Description: Current of former foster youth ages 16-20 are welcome to apply for the conference. Runs for 4 days at Lewis and Clark College. Look for the next conference in the Summer of 2015!
  • Website: Oregon Teen Conference Event Flyer

Discover Newport

  • Dexcription: Look at the attractions that Newport, Oregon encompasses.
  • Website: Activities

Parks and Recreation in Newport

  • Dexcription: Explore all the recreation activities you and your family can do.
  • Website: Parks and Recreation

Central Oregon Coast Guide

  • Dexcription: Rediscover where you live with your family. A category of free activities is listed as well.
  • Website: Oregon Coast

Lane County Resources

Support Groups

Lane County Foster and Adoptive Parent Association

  • Description: Adult support/ discussion group. Meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7-8:30 PM to hear a speaker.
  • Contact: Tammy Hadley at 541-729-6309 for more information.

Junction City Support Group

  • Description: For foster care and adoptive families. The group meets the 2nd Tuesday morning of the month.
  • Location: The location is at Junction City, OR.
  • Contact: Contact Shay Crabtree at 541-520-4521 for more information.

Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN)

  • Description: Oregon families supporting Oregon families with children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, mental and/or physical challenges and special needs. Services include toll free health informational line, support groups, resource referral, and individualized peer support for navigating multiple child serving agencies.
  • Contact: Contact Oregon Family Support Network (Offices in Milwaukee, Eugene and Salem) at 503-908-1604

Adoption Connections of Oregon–Parent Salon

  • Description: Adult support/ discussion group. Meets on a regular basis at a rotating home throughout the greater Lane County area for snacks and a discussion on adoption. Specific topics that are of interest to the attendees.
  • Contact Information: Adoption Connections of Oregon,Eugene, OR.
  • Contact: 541-343-4209 or aco@peak.org

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center

  • Description: Select your county and it will display support groups near you.
  • Website: Oregon Post Adoption

Florence Support Group

  • Description: Group meets the last Wednesday of the month from 6-7pm.
  • Contact: Contact Mark Stern at 514-349-4480

OFSN Respite Night hosted by Oregon Family Support Network

  • Description: Meets the 1st Friday of each month from 5pm-8pm in Eugene. This group is for families with children experiencing mental, emotional, and/or physical disabilities, or who have special needs. Crafts, movies, and activities will be provided by trained youth activity leaders who are on-site to interact and supervise children. Dinner and light snacks will also be provided.
  • Contact: You must RSVP to obtain the location of the event to 541-342-2876.

OFSN Daytime Support Group hosted by Oregon Family Support Network

  • Description: Meets the 2nd Friday of each month from 12noon-1:30pm in Eugene. This group is for families with children experiencing mental, emotional, and/or physical disabilities, or who have special needs. Trained youth activity leaders are on-site to interact and supervise children and a light snack is provided.
  • Contact: Please call 541-342-2876 for exact meeting location or to RSVP.

OFSN Family Fun Event at Skateworld hosted by Oregon Family Support Network

  • Description: Meets the 4th Friday of each month from 6pm-8pm at Skateworld 3188 Gateway Loop in Springfield. Admission is $1.00 per person, plus the rental cost for regular skates, inline skates are $4.00. If paying admission is a hardship for your children/family please call their office to see if there is any financial assistance.
  • Contact: You must RSVP to 541-342-2876 to attend this event.

Parents Anonymous of Oregon

Professional Help

White Bird Clinic–Crisis Service Center

  • Description: Provides a 24 hour emergency response for anyone in crisis, including a phone hotline, walk in crisis counseling, and mobile intervention when necessary.
  • Location: Eugene, OR
  • Contact: 541-687-4000 or toll: 800-422-7558>

Board of Licensed Professionals

Albertina Kerr Centers

  • Description: Offers children a short-term residential placement and 24 hour access to mental health professionals. Children receive a psychiatric assessment by a psychiatrist, individual and family therapy with a Master level clinician, and a physical health exam.
  • Website: Crisis Psychiatric Care(Subacute)
  • Email: info@albertinakerr.org
  • Phone: 503-239-8106 (Eugene: Lane County Office) or 503-239-8101 (Main Contact information)

OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center

  • Description: Provides interdisciplinary clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs at sites in Eugene and Portland. Also offers outreach clinical services covering a variety of special needs in Grants Pass, Klamath Falls, Medford, and Roseburg and community programs in most Oregon counties.
  • Phone: 800-452-3563 (Portland) or 800-637-0700 (Eugene)

Lynn Booth

Dr. Vince Berger

Youth Line

  • Description: A peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under adult supervision answer calls on divers topics including substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues (many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue).
  • Phone: 877-553-8336

PeaceHealth Medical Group

  • Description: Outpatient behavioral health services for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors struggling with issues of chemical dependency and/or emotional distress in the Eugene area.
  • Location: Eugene/Springfield, OR
  • Phone: 541-687-6096

Lane County Health and Human Services

  • Description: Therapist with adoption experience.
  • General Access Phone: 541-947-6021
  • Crisis Number: 866-687-4000 (24 hours)

Lane County Department of Health and Human Services

Teen Peer Line

Looking Glass

Lynn Booth

Parental Stress Line

Events

Adaptive Recreation Services in Eugene

  • Description: Provides adaptive recreation services at Hilyard Community Center. It is year-round, community-based, social and education programs for Eugene area children, teens and adults with disabilities.
  • Website: Adaptive at Hilyard

Oregon Teen Conference

  • Description: Current of former foster youth ages 16-20 are welcome to apply for the conference. Runs for 4 days at Lewis and Clark College. Look for the next conference in the Summer of 2015!
  • Website: Oregon Teen Conference Event Flyer

Foster And Adoptive Parent Association of Lane County (FAAPA)

  • Description: Adoption/Fostering Training, Newsletters, Events and more in Lane County Oregon.
  • Website: FAAPA

The University of Oregon Adoption History Project

Willamalane Park and Recreation District

  • Description: Learn what is going on at the Willamalane Sports and Recreation Center in Springfield.
  • Website: Willamalane

Family Activities in Eugene

  • Description: A list of classes, outdoor programs, aquatic programs, and special events in the Eugene area.
  • Website: Family

Interracial Family Help

Honoring Our New Ethnic Youth (HONEY)

  • Description: Interracial, multiracial, and cultural diversity group meets on 2nd and 4th Saturdays during the school year at 601 W. 13th ST. for a potluck followed by arts, crafts, or guest speakers.
  • Location: Eugene, OR
  • Email: eugenehoney@aol.com
  • Contact: Sarah Ross 541-343-4023 or Anya (youth director) at 541-465-9810 for more information

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center (ORPARC)

Josephine County Resources

Support Groups

North American Council on Adoptable Children Representatives

Southern Oregon Adoptive Families

  • Description: Select what you and your family want to do and see which parks throughout the county match your selection.
  • Address: 156 Congestoga Street Grants Pass, OR 97527

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center

Professional Help

Adoption Therapists in Josephine County

Dr. Vince Berger

Events

Josephine County Fairgrounds Facebook

  • Description: Keep up to date with events in Josephine County.
  • Facebook: Facebook Link.

Events Calendar in Grant Pass See events going on in around town

Jefferson County Resources

Therapists/counselors

Jennifer McKague

  • Specialties and Issues: Depression, ADHD, Anger management, Asperger’s syndrome, Behavioral issues, family conflict, OCD, Parenting, Adoption, relationship issues, Trauma, Sexual abuse, Anxiety, Autism, Bipolar disorder, and Emotional disturbance.
  • Location: 2775 SW. 17th Pl. suite #7 Redmond, Oregon 97756
  • Website: Therapists Psychology Today
  • Phone Number: 541-213-2151

Betty J. Baumont

Dr. Wendy E. Laakmann

  • Specialties and Issues: Testing and Evaluation, Autism, Learning disabilities, ADHD, Adoption, Behavioral issues, coping skills, developmental disorder, mental retardation, parenting, self-esteem, traumatic, brain injury, academic underachievement, Asperger syndrome, child or adolescents, Depression, emotional disturbance, oppositional defiance, peer relationships, and Trauma/PTSD.
  • Location: 131 NW. Hawthrone St. suite 201 Bend, Oregon 97701
  • Website: Therapists Psychology Today
  • Phone: 541-526-7758

New Priorities Family Service

  • Common Issues address: Self-defeating thoughts, Depression/Anxiety, ADHD, Oppositional defiant disorder, Conduct disorder, Anger/Emotional management, Family conflicts, Defiant/Aggressive behavior, self-management behavior, Attachment issues, decision making/problem solving, and Self harm/Suicidal ideation.
  • Location: 1655 SW. Highland Ave. suite #3 Redmond, Oregon 97756
  • Website: My New Priorities
  • Phone: 541-923-2654

Sherrie J. Adams

  • Specialties and Issues: Trauma/PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, substance abuse, Anger management, relationship issues, and stress management.
  • Location: 705 SE. Salmon Ave. Redmond, Oregon 97756
  • Website: Crooked River Counseling
  • Phone: 541-526-7784

Mental Health Services

BestCare Treatment (Mental Health)

  • Description: we understand how challenging and sometimes bewildering it can be to provide an environment where everyone can be successful and thrive. The Parenting Toolkit Classes at Jefferson Center for Mental Health are small groups that provide support, training and consultation on mental health and behavioral issues facing children involved in the child welfare system.
  • Contact: Debbie Palmer
  • Location: 705 SE. Salmon Ave. Redmond, Oregon 97756
  • Website: Therapists Psychology Today
  • Email: Debbie.palmer@co.jefferson.or.us
  • Phone: 541-325-5024

Other websites for foster/adoptive families

The Oregon Foster Parent Association (OFPA)

  • Description: Statewide association operating within the foster, relative, and adoptive community in Oregon. Founded in 1996, the organization’s mission is “to empower, support, and advocate for foster, relative, and adoptive families who enrich the quality of life for Oregon’s children.”
  • Website: About OFPA
  • Email: office@opfa.com
  • Phone: 503-361-3609 or Toll Free: 1-888-544-3402

Foster Club

  • Description: National network of young people in foster care.
  • Locatino: 753 First Avenue, Seaside OR
  • Website: Foster Club
  • Phone: 503-717-1552

Jackson County Resources

Support Groups

North American Council on Adoptable Children Representatives

DHS Jackson County Adoption Support Group

  • Information: Provides a list of events happening throughout Douglas County.
  • Contact: Shelly Busby
  • Address: 909 Royal Court Medford, OR
  • Phone Number: 541-776-6120

Southern Oregon Adoptive Families

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center

  • Information: Select what you and your family want to do and see which parks throughout the county match your selection.
  • Address: 156 Congestoga Street Grants Pass, OR 97527

Professional Help

Adoption Therapists in Josephine County

Youth Line

  • Information: A peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under adult supervision answer calls on divers topics including substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues (many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue).
  • Phone Number: 877-553-8336

Jackson County Health and Human Services

Dr. Vince Berger

  • Information: Search by city to find professional therapists and counselors in your area.
  • General Access Number: 541-774-8201
  • Crisis Number: 541-475-6575

Parental Stress Line

Teen Peer Line

Phone Number: 800-632-8188

Phone Number: 800-972-2734

Medford’s Event Calendar

  • Information: See events going on in Medford.
  • Calendar.

Douglas County Resources

Events

 

Oregon Teen Conference

  • Information: Current of former foster youth ages 16-20 are welcome to apply for the conference. Runs for 4 days at Lewis and Clark College. Look for the next conference in the Summer of 2015!
  • Wbsite: Oregon Teen Conference Event Flyer

Douglas County Parks

  • Information: Select what you and your family want to do and see which parks throughout the county match your selection.
  • Website: Douglas County Parks

Event Calendar for Douglas County

  • Information: Provides a list of events happening throughout Douglas County.
  • Website: Event Calendar

Guide to Roseburg

  • Information: Provides a list of events happening within Roseburg County.
  • Website: Visit Roseburg

Professional Help

 

Douglas County Mental Health-Youth & Family Program

  • Information: Offers a wide range of therapy programs.Family treatment is used whenever possible. Individual needs will determine course of treatment.
  • Phone Number: 541-440-3532 or 1-800-866-9780

Board of Licensed Professionals

Crisis Call Line

  • Information: Crisis lines are free and anonymous for those who are going through an emotional mental health emergency. Professionals available 24/7 by telephone to answer questions and provide emergency counseling.
  • Phone Number: 541-440-3532 or 800-866-9780 (within county only)

Youth Line

  • Information: A peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under adult supervision answer calls on divers topics including substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues (many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue).
  • Phone Number: 877-553-8336

Riverside Center

  • Information: Provides therapeutic and educational services to emotionally disturbed youth and their families.
  • Phone Number: 541-679-6129

Dr. Vince Berger

Directory of Services for Families with Young Children in Douglas County

Children’s and Teens Child Welfare Office Locations and Phone Numbers.

Douglas County Mental Health Program

  • Phone Number:

541-440-3556

Teen Peer Line

  • Phone Number:

800-972-2734

Parental Stress Line

  • Phone Number:

800-632-8188

Extra Care

Umpqua Valley Disabilities/Lifespan Respite

  • Information: Advocacy for people with developmental disabilities and respite care. Referral services for care providers for children and adults with special needs. Allows the primary caregiver to rest. Respite care is the short-term care of a child in order to give the regular caregiver a break. Search for respite care where you live using the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center’s national respite locator service.
  • Website: Search Respite Programs.
  • Phone Number: 541-957-8874

In-Home Support/Respite Care

  • Information: Click on one of the “Contacts” on the right hand column and then select your county.
  • Website: Public Funding Options

Deschutes County Resources

Support Groups

Bend Attachment Parenting

  • Description: Supports compassionate and peaceful parenting for families throughout Central Oregon.
  • Website: Bend Attachment Parenting

Bend Support Group hosted by Autism Society of Oregon

  • Description: Meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6pm-7:30pm at Abilitree 2525 NE Twin Knolls Dr. in Bend. This is a great way to benefit from emotional connection and support in an understanding and welcoming environment and to share or listen to useful information, advice, tips, and an emotional boost from others in similar situations.
  • Facebook: Autism Society Oregon

Child and Family Program

Saturday Sibling Group

  • Description: Meets the first Saturday of each month during the school year from 10am-11:30am at Hamer Counseling and Consultation Services 15 NW Park Place, Suite 110 in Bend. Brothers and sisters, ages 5-18, who have a sibling experiencing diverse needs are encouraged to come hang out together! This is a time for siblings to share experiences, enjoy fun activities, as well as learn self-care techniques and advocacy strategies. There is a fee for this class which includes a snack and all materials.
  • Contact: For more information or to register to attend please contact Amanda K. Hamer.
  • Phone: 541-678-3945
  • Email: familiesinsync@gmail.com

Parents Helping Parents Family Support Group hosted by Oregon Family Support Network

  • Description: This group meets from 6pm-8pm at Westside Church at 2051 NW Shevlin Rd. in Bend and is for families of children with social, behavioral, or emotional issues, autism, or developmental disabilities to meet other families in a confidential and supportive setting. Dinner is provided and children’s programs are available on-site for ages 3 and up. Meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month
  • Contact: RSVP is required to Hilary at 541-740-6306 or hilaryh@ofsn.net

Deschutes County Foster/Adopt Support Group

Professional Help

Adoption Therapists in Deschutes County

Dr. Vince Berger

Therapists/counselors

Kelsey Dunlap

  • Specialties and Issues: Child or Adolescents, Depression, Self-esteem, ADHD, Adoption, Anxiety, Autism, Bipolar disorder, Grief, Eating disorder, Self-harming, and others.
  • Phone: 541-299-2259
  • Website: Complete Counseling Bend
  • Location: Counseling 300 SE. Reed Market Rd. suite 270 Bend, Oregon 97702

Megan West

  • Description: Specialties and Issues are Trauma/PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, Anger management, Behavioral issues, family conflict, Asperger syndrome, parenting, self-harming, and teen violence.
  • Phone: 541-886-5540
  • Website: Insight Counseling Group
  • Location: 300 SE. Reed Market Rd. suite 225 Bend, Oregon 97702

Kimberly A. Martin

  • Issues covered: Child or Adolescent, Trauma/PTSD, Family conflict, ADHD, Adoption, Academic Underachievement, Anxiety, Anger management, Coping skills, Behavioral issues, Depression, Grief, Emotional disturbance, Parenting, Self-esteem, Parenting, Relationship issues, Teen violence, and Self-harming.
  • Phone: 541-702-1535
  • Website: Alpine Counseling Bend
  • Location: Alpine Counseling 300 SE. Reed Market Rd. suite 270 Bend, Oregon 97702

Julia Dotson

  • Some Issues: Child or Adolescents, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Anger management, Asperger’s syndrome, Autism, Behavioral Issues, Eating disorders, and Parenting.
  • Phone: 541-330-0707
  • Website: Bend Therapy
  • Location: 745 NW. Mt. Washington Dr. suite 304 Bend, Oregon 97701

Dr. Keith Orton

  • Specialties and Issues: Relationship Issues, Depression, Anxiety, Adoption, Anger management, Behavioral issues, Family conflict, Grief, Parenting, and others.
  • Phone: 541-366-4830
  • Website: Life Work Perspectives
  • Location: 45 NW. Mt. Washington Dr. suite 301 Bend, Oregon 97701

Bend counseling and Biofeedback

Events

The Child and Family Team

  • Description: Offering intensive, community-based support for eligible youth and families on the Oregon Health Plan. The team uses a wrap-around model that brings together people from different parts of a youth’s life for planning and support. With the help of a facilitator, these people work together and coordinate their activities in order to assist the youth.
  • Website: Intensive Children’s Treatment Services (ICTS)

LGBTQ Resources in Deschutes County

A Way To Meetup

Mental Health Services

The Child and Family Team

  • Description: Offering intensive, community-based support for eligible youth and families on the Oregon Health Plan. The team uses a wrap-around model that brings together people from different parts of a youth’s life for planning and support. With the help of a facilitator, these people work together and coordinate their activities in order to assist the youth.
  • Website: Intensive Children’s Treatment Services (ICTS)

Crook County Resources

Support Groups

Parents Helping Parents Family Support Group hosted by Oregon Family Support Network
  • They meet the 3rd Thursday of the month. This group meets from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Meeting place is at Turning Point Clubhouse at 430 NW 4th St in Prineville.
  • RSVP is required to Hilary at 541-740-6306 or hilaryh@ofsn.net.
  • It is for families of children with social, behavioral, or emotional issues, autism, or developmental disabilities to meet other families in a confidential and supportive setting.
  • Dinner is provided and children’s programs are available on-site for children ages 3 and up.

Coos County Resources

Coos and Curry Foster Care and Adoption Program

  • Description: Keep up to date on foster care and adoption activities in Coos and Curry County.
  • Website: Facebook Page

Professional Help

Coos County Mental Health Program

Board of Licensed Professionals

  • Description: Search by city to find professional therapists and counselors in your area.
  • Website: Oregon.gov

Dr. Vince Berger

Adoption Therapists in Coos County:

  • Description: Provides a list of professionals that can help you and your child through any problems you are facing.
  • Website: Psychology Today

Support Groups

 

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center

  • Description: Select your county and it will display support groups near you.
  • Website: orparc.org

Services to Children & Families

  • Contact: Mary Ericson
  • Location: North Bend, OR 97459
  • Phone: 541-269-5961

Coos County Adoptive Parents Support Group

  • Contact: Patty Ronk
  • Location: North Bend, Oregon
  • Phone: 541-888-9991

Events

Events in Oregon’s Adventure Coast

  • Description: Look at the events going on in Coos Bay, North Bend and Charleston.
  • Website: Oregon Adventure Coast

Oregon Teen Conference

  • Description: Current of former foster youth ages 16-20 are welcome to apply for the conference. Runs for 4 days at Lewis and Clark College. Look for the next conference in the Summer of 2015!
  • Website: ISSUU

Oregon Teen Conference

  • Description: Current of former foster youth ages 16-20 are welcome to apply for the conference. Runs for 4 days at Lewis and Clark College. Look for the next conference in the Summer of 2015!
  • Website: ISSUU

Clatsop County Resources

Support Groups

Support Group for Caregivers of Children with Disabilities hosted by Autism Society of Oregon

  • Meeting Time: 2nd Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: North Coast Family Fellowship 2245 N. Wahanna Rd. in Seaside.
  • Participants: Participants will be able to discuss the joys and difficulties of raising children with special needs.
  • Refreshments: Refreshments will be served and childcare will be provided at no cost for those who need it.
  • Contact: Please contact Brandi Lindstrom at 503-791-1678 for more information.

Family to Family Support Group hosted by National Alliance of Mental Illness

  • Meeting Time: Meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • Location: Seaside Library 1131 Broadway Street in Seaside.
  • Meeting: This meeting is for family members and caregivers who are raising someone with mental illness.
  • Cntact: Please contact Myra at 503-738-6165 for more information or to register.

Clatsop County Foster/Adopt Support Group hosted by the Dept. of Human Services

  • Meeting Time: Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Location: 450 Marine Dr., Suite 210 in Astoria.
  • Contacts: Suzanna Vermuel-Wilson at 503-325-9179 ext. 328 or Sarah Dielman at 503-325-9179 ext. 213.