Douglas County Resources



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

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Teen Peer Line

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Parental Stress Line

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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