Resources

Douglas C.A.R.E.S. works with agencies throughout Oregon who care for the well-being of children and families.

Please reach out to any of the following organizations or agencies for information, help or advice.

Counseling and Mental Health

 

Battered Persons’ Advocacy (BPA)

Battered Persons’ Advocacy is a private non-profit agency focused on creating a community free of family violence, sexual assault and stalking through empowerment, support, and education. Services include: Emergency Services, Hispanic Outreach Services, Legal Advocacy Services, Sexual Assault Services, Shelter Services, Peer to Peer Counseling and Support Groups, and Transitional Services.

Walk-ins are welcome. Call 911 for emergencies.

  • Roseburg—1202 SE Douglas Ave…………………………..……………....…………………………………(541) 673-7867

  • 24 Hour Hotline……………………………………………………………………......…………………………………800-464-6543

www.peaceathome.com

www.facebook.com/BPApeaceathome

 

Compass Behavioral Health

Compass Behavioral Health offers a comprehensive system of care that includes evidence-based treatment approaches and services to support healing, personal growth, development and opportunities for positive change. Services are available for children, adolescents, adults and families. Compass’s Community Support Services assist individuals and families build the strengths, skills, and resources needed to manage their health and achieve an improved quality of life. These services include: Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) Program, Individual and Group Skills Training, Psychotherapy, Case Management, IPS Supported Education and Supported Employment, Peer Support Services, Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Program.

No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

  • Roseburg Office—621 W Madrone St……………………………………………………….....…………..(541) 440-3532

    • Adult, Medical, & Crisis Units – 2700 Stewart Parkway, Annex B

    • Youth and Family Team – 548 SE Jackson St.

  • Reedsport—5 St. John’s Way…………………………………………………...………......………….………..(541) 440-3532

  • 24 Hour Crisis Help……………………………………………………………….…….(541) 440-3532 or 800-866-9780

www.compassoregon.org

https://www.facebook.com/compassoregon.org

 

Compassionate Friends

The Compassionate Friends provides highly personal comfort, hope, and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild, and helps others better assist the grieving family.

Survivors of Suicide meets the 2nd Monday of each month 5:30—7:30 (Sept—June)

Child Loss meets the 4th Monday of each month 5:30—7:30 (Sept—June)

  • Roseburg – 3510 NW Edenbower Blvd…………………..………….…….(541) 672-1890 or (541) 643-0959

www.compassionatefriends.org                                                www.facebook.com/TFUSA

www.compassionatefriends.org/Find_Support/Chapters/Chapter_Locator.aspx

Evergreen Family Medicine

Evergreen is a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home and has an in-house Psychiatrist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker to provide behavioral health services.

  • Roseburg – 2570 NW Edenbower Blvd…………………………………………………….……..……….(541) 677-7200

http://www.efmpc.com/index.php

 

Family Development Center

A comprehensive family support program whose mission is to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. FDC offers free services to families with young children, prenatally through 5 years of age. FDC services include basic needs support (food boxes, diapers and clothing), early childhood education classes, parent education classes and support groups, crisis intervention, play therapy for children, mental health therapy (for adults and families), home visits, transportation to classes, scheduled respite, and information and referrals to other community resources.

  • Roseburg – 300 Jerry’s Drive……………………………………………………………..…....……………….(541) 673-4354

www.fdcroseburg.org

www.facebook.com/pages/Family-Development-Center/229448637180624

 

Jeff Cole, PhD

Dr. Jeff Cole, PhD is a clinical psychologist located in Roseburg, OR.

  • Roseburg—2460 NW Troost St, Suite 202………………………………………………….....…………(541) 643-1375

 

L. Lee VanBeuzekom, LMFT

VanBeuzekom is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Roseburg, OR.

  • Roseburg—1299 SW Ellan St, Suite 3……………………………………....…………………………….…(541) 248-2779

 

National Suicide Hotline

Crisis Counselors are waiting for your call…………………………...……………………………………………800-799-4889

Roseburg Crisis Number……………………………………………………………..…………………………………....(541) 440-3532

www.suicide.org/hotlines/oregon-suicide-hotlines.html

 

Patricia Water, LCSW

Patricia Water is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Roseburg, OR.

  • Roseburg—753 SE Main St, Suite 104…………………………………………………………....…….…..(541) 784-6935

 

Roseburg Counseling & Wellness

The mission of Roseburg Counseling & Wellness is to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths. This is achieved by providing a neutral safe space, listening to client concerns, and customizing a treatment plan. Roseburg Counseling & Wellness provides services for Depression & Anxiety, Trauma & PTSD, Relationships, Parenting, and Co-dependency.

  • Roseburg—251 NE Garden Valley Blvd, Suite B………………………………………....……..……..(541) 579-8100

https://roseburgcw.com

 

Roseburg Therapy

Roseburg Therapy provides counseling and mental health services from a therapist/counselor for the treatment of Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, Anger, and more.

Serves children and adolescents (age 4 to 17), adults (adults 18+), couples, and families.

  • Roseburg—2225 NW Stewart Pkwy, Suite 200…………………………………...…………………..(541) 900-4285

https://www.RoseburgTherapy.com

 

South Lane Mental Health

Now offering services at our Cottage Grove offices for Umpqua Health Alliance members living in Drain, Yoncalla, Oakland, and Sutherlin.

Services include individual, family, and child counseling; medication assessment, management, and monitoring; and substance use recovery services.

  • Cottage Grove – 1345 Birch Ave………………………………………………………………......………….(541) 767-4098

  • Free transportation available through Bay Cities Brokerage……………………..…………….(877) 324-8109

www.slmh.org

 

SouthRiver Community Health Center

SouthRiver is a patient-centered primary care home serving the medical and behavioral health care needs of people living in Winston, Green, Roseburg and other local communities. SouthRiver offers affordable, high-quality healthcare, behavioral medicine and support services for children, adolescents, and adults, with a special commitment to improve access to care for individuals and families who are uninsured, low-income and medically underserved. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

  • Winston – 671 SW Main………………………………………………………………………….……......………(541) 492-4550

http://www.south-river.org/

https://www.facebook.com.SouthRiverCommunityHealthCenter

Umpqua Community Health Center

Umpqua Community Health Center provides primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services at several locations throughout Douglas County. UCHC has behavioral/mental health services, which include psychiatric medication and evaluation, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder treatment, stress related health problems, counseling and coaching. UCHC has Licensed Clinical Social Workers and a Psychiatrist on staff. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale and no one is denied care because of the inability to pay.

  • Roseburg – 150 NE Kenneth Ford Dr…………………………………………………………...…………..(541) 672-9596

  • Glide – 20170 N. Umpqua Hwy……………………………………………………………….…....…………..(541) 496-3504

  • Myrtle Creek – 790 S. Main………………………………………………………………………......…………..(541) 860-4070

  • Sutherlin – 123 Ponderosa Dr………………………………………..………………………......……………..(541) 459-3788

 

Umpqua Counseling Associates

Nancy Armand, LMFT

Nancy Armand is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has had excellent results in the management of depression, anxiety, and stress for adults, couples, children and families using collaborative problem solving, cognitive and behavioral interventions, and Christian-based spiritual counseling.

  • Roseburg—770 SE Kane St…………………………………………………………………………….………...(541) 673-0057

Direct Line (541) 671-8137

http://umpquacounseling.com/providers/nancy-armand/

 

Valley View Counseling

Valley View Counseling offers a wide range of services for all age groups. Valley View provide personal one on one therapy, couples, family and group therapy. The clinic performs mental health assessments for problems such as depression, anxiety and for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and complete mental health evaluations for disabilities, domestic violence and chemical dependency. Valley View also provides Parent Training and Education classes and Domestic Violence Treatment.

  • Roseburg – 1652 NW Hughwood Court………………………………………………..………….……..(541) 673-3985

http://www.valleyviewcounseling.com/index/html

Education

 

Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley

The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley is to inspire all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as responsible, caring, productive citizens. Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley is a non-profit youth development organization dedicated to providing hope and opportunity to all kids in 1st through 12th grades. Programming includes: Education Success, Character & Citizenship, Healthy Lifestyles, Summer Programs, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, and Teen Programs.

  • Roseburg – 1144 NE Cedar St………………………………………………………........................………..(541) 440-9505

www.bgcuv.org

www.facebook.com/bgcuv

 

Douglas Education Service District

The ESD provides many different services aimed toward improving the educational opportunities of children from kindergarten through 12th grade and programs for preschoolers. Services include speech and language therapy, behavior specialists, and preschool for special needs students (EI and ECSE as described below) and the Complex Needs Classroom. Services for school age children are provided following a referral by school districts.

  • Roseburg – 1871 NE Stephens…………………………………………………………..……….....………….(541) 440-4777

www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/home

 

Early Intervention (EI) and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)

The Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education program provides specialized services to infants, toddlers and preschool children with developmental delays or disabilities in Douglas and Jackson counties. Educational services include home visits, parent-toddler groups, specialized preschools, consultation to children in community preschools or speech therapy. Staff who work for EI/ECSE are specialists in early intervention/early childhood special education, speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, behavior and autism.

  • Roseburg – 1871 NE Stephens (Annex)……………………………………........................…………….(541) 440-4794

www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/parents/early-intervention/home

 

Elkton Community Education Center (ECEC)

ECEC provides and enhances, in an isolated rural setting, educational enrichment to all ages in an environment that nurtures their greatest social, emotional, physical and intellectual potential. ECEC provides opportunities to raise the level of awareness and skill in education and culture, environment, and social endeavor in an atmosphere of multigenerational interaction and encouragement to benefit the entire community.

  • Elkton – 15850 Hwy 38 W……………………………………………………………………..................……..(541) 584-2692

http://www.elktonbutterflies.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elkton-Community-Education-Center/

 

Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties, Child Care Resource, and Referral (CCR&R)

Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties is your source for information about childcare. Child Care Providers: Family Connections’ provider specialists offer consultations about licensing, assistance with business concerns and childcare management issues. Family Connections offers a wide variety of training opportunities and topics, and will gladly help you with your business concerns including marketing, problem solving, and communication with parents.

  • 1140 Umpqua College Road – Tech Center –RM 102……………….……..………………………(541) 440-7705

https://umpqua.edu/care-connections

 

Family Development Center

A comprehensive family support program whose mission is to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. FDC offers free services to families with young children, prenatally through 5 years of age. FDC services include basic needs support (food boxes, diapers and clothing), early childhood education classes, parent education classes and support groups, crisis intervention, play therapy for children, mental health therapy (for adults and families), home visits, transportation to classes, scheduled respite, and information and referrals to other community resources.

  • Roseburg – 300 Jerry’s Drive……………………………………………………………......………………….(541) 673-4354

www.fdcroseburg.org

www.facebook.com/pages/Family-Development-Center/229448637180624

 

Family Relief Nursery

The Family Relief Nursery provides comprehensive family support services in quality environments for families experiencing numerous stresses linked to abuse and neglect. Services include: therapeutic early childhood program classes, parent education classes, respite care, crisis response, home-based support/services, Latino outreach, resource referrals and advocacy services.

  • Drain – 239 East B Ave…………………………………………………………………......................…………..(541) 942-4835

http://www/frncg.org/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Family-ReliefNursery/138002816214815?fref=ts

 

Preschool/Child Care Centers

Looking for Child Care? Child care referrals are made via 211info. You can visit http://211info.org/search-resources?ccrr=true to search for a childcare provider in your area. Referrals are not recommendations and do not relate to quality of childcare. The responsibility of exploring and determining the best childcare provider is solely upon families seeking childcare.

South Central Early Learning Hub

The South Central Early Learning Hub is working to ensure that young children and their families in Douglas, Klamath, and Lake Counties have the resources and support to thrive. “We are educators, health care providers, community advocates, program providers, faith-based originations, tribal members, businesses and parents within the communities who believe we can do more for our communities together than we can on our own.” The South Central Early Learning focuses on three system wide goals for the region, which are: 1. Aligned, Coordinated and Family Centered System. 2. Kindergarten Readiness 3. Healthy, Stable and Attached Families.

  • Roseburg – 1871 NE Stephens St……………………………………...……………………………………..(541) 440-4777

 

Take Root

Parenting Support for Douglas, Klamath, and Lake Counties

The Parenting Hub coordinates parenting education classes and workshops for parents and caregivers of young children. Specialized programming is available in the Roseburg area for Spanish speaking parents of young children. Community classes are scheduled in Roseburg, Winston, Sutherlin, Tri City, Riddle, Reedsport, Yoncalla, Elkton, Oakland and Drain. Multi week classes are free of charge and include onsite childcare and complimentary refreshments. Advance registration for parenting classes and childcare is required.

  • Roseburg – 1871 NE Stephens St……………………………………………………………….……...…….(541) 492-6607

www.douglasesd.k12.or.us/parent-education/home

https://www.facebook.com/Take.Root.Parenting.Hub/

 

Early Head Start

Early Head Start is available for low-income families with children up to age three. Their services can start at any time, including during pregnancy. Early Head Start provides a positive respectful environment for growth and awareness for both parents and children. Applications accepted all year long.

  • Roseburg – 948 SE Roberts Ave…………………………………….……………(541) 673-6306 or 800-320-6306

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/head-startearly-head-start

https://www.facebook.com/ucanHeadStart/

 

Head Start

Head Start is a comprehensive preschool program serving low-income families. Children receive services to increase their school readiness and parents are assisted in overcoming barriers to self-sufficiency. Head Start works with the entire family and offers all family members opportunities to develop their full potential. Head Start provides a positive, respectful environment for growth and awareness for both parents and children. Head Start has classrooms conveniently located throughout Douglas County. Children do not have to be potty trained to attend school. Applications accepted all year long.

  • Roseburg – 948 SE Roberts Ave………………………………………….……..(541) 673-6306 or 800-320-6306

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/head-startearly-head-start

https://www.facebook.com/ucanHeadStart/

Healthy Families of Douglas County

Healthy Families is a free and voluntary home visiting program. This program focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Parents receive information about child development, infant care, keeping their baby healthy, and learn about resources to support their babies and family. Trained home visitors coach parents so that their baby is safe, healthy, and able to learn and thrive. Families may receive home visiting services until the child reaches 3 years of age.

  • Roseburg – 621 W Madrone St……………………………………………….....……………………………..(541) 440-3586

http://uncancap.org/what-we-do/healthy-families

 

Healthy Start

Healthy Start is designed to educate families and link them to community resources such as: Doctor Appointments; medical/dental insurance; prenatal care; postpartum care; well-baby care; family planning; women’s health; childbirth education; information on parenting, breastfeeding and nutrition; father support; housing assistance; counseling; domestic violence; substance abuse; and STD treatment and prevention.

  • Roseburg – 621 W Madrone St………………………………….....……………………………..……………(541) 440-3616

http://hccso.org/healthy-start/

https://www.facebook.com/ucanHeadStart/

 

YMCA

The YMCA is a center that helps individuals and families to meet their healthy lifestyle goals. The Y focuses on: Youth Development, Health Living, and Social Responsibility.

  • Roseburg – 1151 NW Stewart Pkwy……………………...…………………………………………………(541) 440-9622

  • Canyonville – 330 Sabbath Way………………………….....……………………………………….…………(541) 839-6117

http://www.ymcaofdouglascounty.org

https://www.facebook.com/roseburg.ymca

Basic Needs

 

211 Info

Keeping people and communities’ healthy means more than access to medical care. It means ensuring people have the basics, like food, housing and economic opportunity.

http://211info.org/

https://www.facebook.com/211info

 

Department of Human Services (DHS)

http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/Pages/index.aspx

Aging and People with Disabilities

Services and programs for seniors and people with physical disabilities.

  • Roseburg – 738 W Harvard Suite 180…………………………………………………………………...(541) 440-3580

http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/spwpd/Pages/about_us.aspx

Child Welfare Program

DHS works hard to help children be healthy and safe, but the public also plays a key role in helping children in danger. DHS depends on people to help by reporting suspected child abuse promptly.

  • Roseburg – 738 W Harvard Suite 120…………………………………………………………..………(541) 440-3373

  • Reedsport – 2630 Frontage Rd……………………………………………………………………………..(541) 271-4851

http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/children/Pages/index.aspx

Employment Related Day Care

The Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) helps eligible low-income families pay for childcare while they are working. ERDC is a subsidy program, meaning eligible families still pay part of the childcare cost. ERDC also works with providers and other child care partners across the state to help families find and keep good child care, improve the availability of quality child care in Oregon, and to develop resources for parents and child care providers.

  • Roseburg – 738 W Harvard Suite 160……………………………………P: (541) 440-3301 F: (541) 673-9742

  • Canyonville – 245 N Main……………………………………………………..P: (541) 839-6901 F: (541) 860-5863

http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/CHILD-CARE/Pages/index.aspx

Self-Sufficiency

DHS serves thousands of Oregonians each year through assistance programs aimed at stabilizing and strengthening families, helping families and individuals become self-sufficient, reducing barriers to employment and improving the health and welfare of children.

  • Roseburg – 738 W Harvard Suite 160……………………………..…….P: (541) 440-3301 F: (541) 673-9742

  • Myrtle Creek – 217 S. Old Pacific Hwy …………………………....…. P: (541) 860-5858 F: (541) 860-5863

http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/assistance/Pages/index.aspx

Housing Authority of Douglas County (HADCO)

Provides the opportunity of affordable housing that is safe, decent, and sanitary and free from discrimination. Housing programs offered: Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, Low Rent Public Housing, and Multiple Family Properties.

http://www.harcor.org/

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)

The Section 8 Housing Program is where a portion of the rent is paid directly to a landlord on behalf of the participant.

http://www.hadcor.org/general/page/section-8-housing-choice-voucher-hcv

Low Rent Public Housing

HADCO’s affordable housing program is comprised of dwelling units owned and managed by HADCO. This program allows families to move into a HADCO owned unit and pay rent based on 30% of their adjusted household income. The assistance stays with the unit and does not allow for mobility to other landlords.

  • Roseburg—902 W Stanton…………………………………………………………………......………..……….(541) 673-6548

http://www.hadcor.org/general/page/low-rent-public-housing-program

 

NeighborWorks Umpqua

A private, rural nonprofit organization working to enhance lives for Oregonians in Coos, Curry, Douglas, and Josephine County. NeighborWorks Umpqua helps to increase access to affordable housing and creating partnerships that promote community stability, business success and economic growth. NeighborWorks Umpqua works to connect Southwest Oregon residents with programs, resources and services that help them improve their lives and enhance local communities. Educational workshops and informational sessions covering all that potential homebuyers need to know about the home-buying process, from start to finish. Also satisfies U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development education requirements for some loans and/or grant programs.

  • Roseburg—605 SE Kane St……………………………………….....……………………………….……………(541) 673-4909

http://www.nwumpqua.org/

 

Roseburg Dream Center

Provided free of charge: clothing, furniture, and assistance with cleaning, yard work and other chores. Donations are always welcome.

Food boxes available Mondays and Wednesdays (10:00 am—1:45 pm)

Hours of Operation: Monday—Thursday (9:30 am—2:00 pm)

  • Roseburg – 1900 SE Main St……………………………………….....…………………………..……………..(541) 673-5918

http://roseburgdreamcenter.org/

Safe Haven Maternity Home

The mission of Safe Haven Maternity Home is to provide a safe home environment that strives to meet the spiritual, emotional, physical and educational needs of pregnant young women and young women with babies who are homeless or in crisis. Services available for eligible pregnant teens (13-17) – safe housing, nutritious meals, independent life skills, parenting skills, overall health, educational skills, financial skills and 24-hour accountability.

  • Roseburg – 445 NE Chestnut Ave………………………………………………………..……........………..(541) 464-2740

http://www.safehavenmaternity.org/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Safe-Haven-Maternity-Home/122257001258680

 

Salvation Army

Services include emergency food, utility help, prescription assistance, Christmas toys for children and holiday meals, and rent assistance when funds are available.

  • Roseburg – 3130 NW Stephens St…………………………………………………………………....…..….(541) 672-6581

http://roseburg.salvationarmy.org/

www.facebook.com/TSARoseburg/

 

Seventh Day Adventist Community Services

Helping with food and clothing for anyone in need.

  • Canyonville – 714 NW Frontage Rd……………………………………………...….……………………….(541) 839-6190

  • Glide – 19805 N Umpqua Hwy………………………………………………………....………………………(541) 496-3956

  • Myrtle Creek – 325 NE Spruce St…………………………………………………....……………………..…(541) 863-3815

  • Roseburg – 1109 NW Garden Valley……………………………………………....………………………..(541) 672-1542

  • Sutherlin – 841 W Central Ave……………………………………………………….....………..…………….(541) 459-4131

 

St Vincent DePaul Society

Provides rent and utility assistance, food boxes, prescription assistance, and fuels for eligible people.

  • Myrtle Creek – 104 N. Main………………………........………………………………………………………..(541) 863-5489

  • Sutherlin – 112 E Central Ave………………………………....………………………………..…………….…(541) 459-3394

 

Umpqua Valley Youth for Christ

Parent Life reaches expectant and parenting teens and their children through intentional relationships with trained adults and community partners. We offer help with most any kind of baby supplies, including diapers, formula, strollers, and car sears. We help with life skills and connect clients with local resources and with mentors.

  • Douglas County……………………………………………………..................………………………………………(541) 680-1656

http://uvyfc.com/ministries/parentslife

uvparentlife@gmail.com

 

United Community Action Network (UCAN)

 

UCAN Affordable Housing

UCAN owns and operates 92 units of affordable housing in Douglas County. Most of the residents are families with children. UCAN’s developments serve residents with some of the greatest barriers to obtaining housing-those who were formerly homeless, those with physical disabilities or serious mental illness, those with substance abuse disorders and those who are formerly incarcerated. Developments are located throughout the County, including in Drain, Sutherlin, Roseburg, Green, Winston and Canyonville.

  • Roseburg – 280 Kenneth Ford Drive .........................................(541) 492-3510 or 800-301-8226 x3510

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/affordable-housing

UCAN Food Bank

The Douglas County Food Bank features a modern warehouse and distribution center. Staff work to improve the nutritional quality of food low-income residents consume by working with farmers, grocery stores, and local partners to obtain fresh vegetables and fruit, meat and dairy products. The Food Bank does not provide food directly to residents. Instead, they collect, store, and distribute food to our network of fifteen food pantries and five community kitchens across Douglas County. For an updated list of network partners where you can access emergency food, please visit:

http://www.ucancap.org/need-help/getting-food

UCAN Health Insurance and RX Assistance

UCAN helps people in the communities they serve learn about health insurance and enroll in insurance programs. UCAN also helps people waiting to obtain their insurance obtain free, low-cost medicines, and medical supplies.

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/health-insurance-and-rx-assistance

UCAN Heat Assistance

UCAN helps people pay for their heating bills. The purpose of these programs is to help people so they do not have to make difficult choices, such as whether to pay for food or heating, to prevent power shut-offs, and to address emergency energy needs.

  • Roseburg – 280 Kenneth Ford Drive ................................................................................................(541) 672-3421

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/heat-assistance

UCAN Housing and Homeless Service

UCAN operates several programs that provide support to people who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Our work includes a focus on several special populations, such as veterans and people with a serious mental illness.

  • Roseburg – 308 SE Jackson ............................................................(541) 492-3926 or 800-301-8226 x3926

http://ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/housing-and-homeless-services

UCAN U-TRANS

UCAN operates Douglas County's public transit system. Known as U-Trans, these buses offer the only mass transit for residents of the County. All of the buses are ADA accessible with wheelchair lifts that allow those with wheelchairs to access each bus comfortably.

  • Roseburg..........................................................................................................................................................(541) 440-6500

UCAN Weatherization

The primary goals of UCAN's Weatherization Program are to help residents lower their utility bills, reduce energy use, and to improve their home's safety and durability. This program works with homeowners and renters at no cost or reduced cost.

  • Roseburg – 280 Kenneth Ford Drive.................................................................................................(541) 492-3932

 

Employment

 

Cardinal Services

Cardinal Services takes care of the administrative work for small to mid-sized businesses by having their HR professionals provide support and design custom solutions to achieve their goals. Cardinal Services currently has over 100 job openings. You can apply online or in person.

  • Roseburg—250 NE Garden Valley Blvd, Suite 17…………....………………………………………..(541) 672-8466

https://www.cardinal-services.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Cardinal.Svc

 

Employment Department—Work Source Douglas

Provides job placement, some vocational and job counseling. Supportive service to veterans. Access to computer for unemployment benefits registration.

  • Unemployment benefits call center………………………………………………………........………………877-728-7970

  • Roseburg—846 SE Pine St…...................................................................................................................(541) 440-3344

http://www.oregon.gov/employ/pages/default.aspx

 

Express Employment Professionals

Express Employment Professionals is one of the top staffing companies in the U.S. and Canada. Every day, they help people find jobs and provide workforce solutions to businesses.

  • Roseburg—3019 NW Stewart Pkwy, Suite 305……………………………...………………………..(541) 673-3332

https://www.expresspros.com/roseburgor/

 

SELECTEMP Employment Services

SELECTEMP provides flexibility to match any lifestyle, whether full or part-time, short or long term, or temp to hire. SELECTEMP offers assignments in a variety of industries, including but not limited to: clerical, construction, delivery driving, general labor, heavy equipment operators, landscaping, manufacturing, millwork, packaging, production, warehouse, welding, etc.

  • Roseburg—250 NE Garden Valley Blvd, Suite 15……………………....…………………..…………(541) 440-4844

http://www.selc-temp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Selectemp

Health

 

Advantage Dental

Advantage Dental recognizes that individuals in situational or generational poverty have more difficulty in accessing dental care. Training staff and developing policies to reduce the barriers to care that are often associated with poverty is part of Advantage Dental’s mission. In Douglas County, Advantage Dental’s network of dentists provides care for dental emergencies through its unique After Hours Call system.

  • Advantage Dental Toll Free……………………………………………..…………......……………………………866-268-9631

  • Canyonville – 121 SW 5th St…………………………………………………….……....…………………………888-468-0022

  • Reedsport – 1289 Winchester Ave………………………………..……………….........……………...……..888-468-0022

  • Sutherlin – 155 Umpqua St………………………………………………………………………………......……..888-468-0022

  • Roseburg – 1729 W Harvard Ave, Suite 2………………………….………………………………...…….888-468-0022

http://www.advantagedentalservices.com/

 

Children’s Medication Assistance

The FISH Food Pantry offers financial assistance for medicine of children of low-income families as required by a health provider. An around-the clock answering services evaluates and arranges for this service.

Eligibility………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..….(541) 672-5242

 

Evergreen Family Medicine

Evergreen Family Medicine was born out of a desire to develop a system of care where patients of any age had a primary care provider watching over their healthcare and guiding them through the healthcare system – in the office, in the hospital, and with specialists. Evergreen is a Patient-Centered Primary Care Home and offers services including family practice, laboratory, x-ray, behavioral health, OccuHealth, and urgent care.

  • Myrtle Creek – 145 NE Broadway……………………………………………...…………………………….(541) 863-3146

  • Laboratory/X-Ray – 2570 NW Edenbower Blvd……………………………..……………………..…(541) 229-3311

  • OccuHealth – 2570 NW Edenbower Blvd…………………………………...………………..………….(541) 677-7477

  • Roseburg – 2570 NW Edenbower Blvd………………………………………...…………….……………(541) 677-7200

  • Roseburg/West – 2510 Medical Park Dr……………………………………...……………….………….(541) 677-7200

  • Urgent Care – 2570 NW Edenbower………………………………………...……………………………..(541) 957-1111

http://www.efmpc.com/index.php

 

Lions Club

Furnishing eye exams, eyeglasses, and hearing aids for persons from needy families as funds allow.

  • Roseburg……………………………………………………………………........…………………………………………(541) 802-3724

Applications available at – www.umpqualions.com

Mercy Foundation

Children’s Health Fund: Financial assistance for out of area travel for medical appointments, medications, and medical equipment.

The Learning Child: Hygiene supplies, socks, underwear for schools. Some school supplies.

Healthy Kids Outreach Program: Nursing Resource support for schools, health resource connection, classroom nutrition and physical activity education, and classroom violence prevention education.

HKOP Dental: School based sealant prevention clinics, Dental resource connection, and Dental learning lab.

Kids in the Kitchen: Afterschool nutrition education program for middle school students.

Wings of Hope and Equine Assisted Learning: The Wings of Hope program was established to help children coping with grief. This includes students who have experienced loss, whether it is through death, abandonment, divorce, or paternal conflict. This program is child-centered and is designed so that participants can address their own issues and concerns while working as a group.

  • Roseburg…………………………………………………………………………........……….…………………………..(541) 677-4818

  • Wings of Hope………………………………………………………………….......……………………………………(541) 677-2384

  • Equine Assisted Learning…………………………………………………......…………………….……………..(541) 784-7576

http://www.mercygiving.org/

Mercy Medical Center Prenatal Classes

Gift of Motherhood is a free six-week class which includes breastfeeding and childbirth preparation information.

  • Roseburg…………………………………………………………........…………………………………….……………..(541) 677-2451

 

Oregon Health Plan (OHP)

The Oregon Health Plan is a state program that offers health care to its members at little or no cost. You can apply for the Oregon Health Plan at any time of the year. Enrollment is always open for OHP.

  • To apply for OHP……………………………………………………………………………….......……………….……800-699-9075

  • OHP Members call………………………………………………………………………….....…………….…………..800-273-0557

www.oregonhealthcare.gov

 

SouthRiver Community Health Center

SouthRiver is a patient-centered primary care home serving the medical and behavioral health care needs of people living in Winston, Green, Roseburg and other local communities. SouthRiver offers affordable, high-quality healthcare, behavioral medicine and support services for children, adolescents, and adults, with a special commitment to improve access to care for individuals and families who are uninsured, low-income and medically underserved. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

  • Winston – 671 SW Main………………………………………………………………............................………(541) 492-4550

http://www.couth-river.org/

https://www.facebook.com/SouthRiverCommunityHealthCenter

Umpqua Community Health Center

Provides primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services at several locations throughout Douglas County. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale and no one is denied care because of the inability to pay.

  • Glide – 20170 N. Umpqua Hwy………………………….....…………………………………..………………(541) 496-3504

  • Myrtle Creek – 790 S. Main……………………………......……………………………………………………..(541) 860-4070

  • Roseburg – 150 NE Kenneth Ford Dr……………...…………………………………………………..……(541) 672-9596

  • Sutherlin – 123 Ponderosa Dr………………………......………………………………………..……………..(541) 459-3788

http://www.umpquachc.org/

Umpqua Health Alliance

Umpqua Health Alliance is Douglas County’s Coordinated Care Organization (CCO). It is one of several CCO’s around the state of Oregon approved by the Oregon Health Authority to improve health care and make it more affordable for the population being served through the Oregon Health Plan.

  • Roseburg – 1813 W Harvard……………………………....…………………………………………………….(541) 229-4842

https://www.umpquahealth.com

 

New Day

New Day is a service of Umpqua Health Alliance for Douglas County residents on the Oregon Health Plan. New Day helps pregnant women struggling with substance abuse or other challenges. New Day works together with you and your OB doctor, and with other community providers and agencies to offer support and resources.

  • Roseburg—2801 NW Mercy Drive, Suite 330…………………...……………………………………..(541) 229-7049

https://www.umpquahealth.com/new-day/

 

United Community Action Network (UCAN)

http://ucanap.org/index.php/what-we-do/nurse-home-visiting

Babies First!

Babies First! is a Public Health Nurse home visiting program for children at risk of poor health and development outcomes. Babies First! is a statewide program for children 0 to 5 years of age.

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St………......…………………………………………………………..…………(541) 440-3566

 

CaCoon Care Coordination

The Douglas County CaCoon Program is a care coordination program provided by Public Health Nurses with specialized training. The CaCoon Program is a program for families that have children with special health needs. CaCoon stands for Care Coordination to help parents find resources and to coordinate services.

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St………………………………………......……………………………………..(541) 440-3566

 

Healthy Start

Healthy Start is designed to educate families and link them to community resources such as: doctor appoitments; medical/dental insurance; prenatal care; postpartum care; well-baby care; family planning; women’s health; childrbirth education; information on parenting, breastfeeding and nutrition; father support; housing assistance; counseling; domestic violence; substance abuse; and STD treatment and prevention.

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St………………………......…………………………………………….……….(541) 440-3616

www.hccso.org

https://www.facebook.com/ucanHeadStart/

Extended Babies First!

Helps women to have healthy pregnancies and healthy births through personalized prenatal care and coordinated care by a healthcare provider.

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St………………………......………………………………………….………….(541) 440-3566

 

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

WIC is a nutrition education program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children learn how to eat well and stay healthy. WIC works to improve the health and nutrition of women and children during critical years of a child’s development. Services offered in Drain, Canyonville, Glendale, Myrtle Creek, Sutherlin, Reedsport, Glide, and Roseburg.

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St…………………………………......…………………………………………..(541) 440-3516

 

Zenni Optical

Offering very affordable, high quality, and stylish prescription glasses. Price ranges starting as low as $8.00.

www.zennioptical.com

Legal

 

Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Numbers

Report child abuse to a local DHS office or a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police.

  • Toll free……………………………………………………………………………….......………………………..855-503-SAFE(7233)

  • Douglas County DHS…………………………………………………………………………….......………………(541) 440-3373

  • Douglas County Sheriff………………………………………………………………….....……….………………(541) 440-4450

  • Roseburg Police………………………………………………………………………………….......………………….(541) 673-6633

  • Myrtle Creek Police……………………………………………………………………………......………………….(541) 863-5221

  • Sutherlin Police…………………………………………………………………………………........………………….(541) 459-2211

  • Winston Police…………………………………………………………………………………........…….…………….(541) 679-8704

 

Common Ground Mediation

Provides prompt, efficient, affordable means of resolving disputes by helping people talk to each other in a thoughtful, productive manner. No one is turned away for lack of ability to pay.

  • Douglas County…………………………………………………………………………………......…….……………(541) 530-2578

http://www.n2nmediation.com/

 

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Douglas County, Inc.

CASA provides trained volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children who have been placed in foster care. The community volunteer is legally assigned to the child and focuses on the case from the child’s perspective, assuring that their needs are met and that ultimately the child is part of a safe, permanent and loving family. CASA volunteers bring three critical qualities to their work; they focus on one or two cases at a time; they bring the child’s perspective to the judge; and their sole objective is representing the best interests of the child.

  • Roseburg—545 W Umpqua St, Suite 2…………………………………………………......…….…………(541) 672-7001

www.casaofdouglascounty.org

 

Don Mills Family Law Resource Center

Here you can find court appointed family law forms such as dissolution, custody, parenting time plans, enforcement, modifications and information about court procedures. Family Law Facilitators are not attorneys and cannot help you with legal advice or strategy, but they are authorized to review paperwork with you in certain family law matters before you try to file.

Forms Hours: 8-12 pm, Monday-Friday

  • Roseburg—1036 SE Douglas, Rm 202…………………………………………………..…………………(541) 957-2403

http://courts.oregon.gov/Douglas/pages/familyresource.aspx

 

Douglas County Courthouse (Domestic Relations)

Restraining order-filling hours: Monday-Friday, 8-12 pm & 1-5 pm

  • Roseburg—1036 SE Douglas, Rm 202………………………………………....………..………………….(541) 957-2470

 

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO)

Provides free legal assistance to low income residents of Douglas County in a range of civil matters. LASO prioritizes cases involving discrimination, abuse, seniors, and substandard housing. However, they handle many different types of cases and have information and forms for people on a wide range of legal topics. LASO does not do any criminal, traffic or bankruptcy cases.

Free interpreters available as needed upon request. ASL interpreter on staff.

In-person intake hours: Mon-Wed, 10:30-12 pm

Phone intake hours: Mon-Wed, 10:30-12 pm & 1L15-3:15 pm

  • Roseburg—700 SE Kane St…………………………………………………………….....…………………….…(541) 673-1181

  • Si necesita ayuda en español, por favor llame le abogada a…………….......…………………….(541) 236-7631

http://oregonlawhelp.org/

 

Oregon Child Support Program (DCS)

The Oregon Child Support Program provides services and support that promote the well-being of Oregon children. Services include: establishing paternity, establishing child support orders, locating parents, and receiving/distributing child support payments.

  • Salem—1162 Court St NE………………………………………………………………......………………….….(800) 850-0228

  • Roseburg—2440 NW Troost St, Suite 100……………………………………...……..…………………(541) 440-3357

http://www.oregonchildsupport.gov/pages/index.aspx

 

Oregon Law Help

Oregon Law Help helps low-income persons and seniors with legal information and free civil legal services. Here you can locate information on a variety of legal issues, as well as information on how to contact programs providing legal assistance in Oregon.

http://oregonlawhelp.org/

Special Programs for People with Disabilities

 

Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC)

CDRC provides clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs through a team approach. Most services are provided at either Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland or at the CDRC building on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene. CRDC serves infants and youths through 21 years of age with developmental disabilities and other disabling conditions.

  • Eugene—901 E 18th St, Clinical Services Bldg………….………….…….(541) 346-3575 or 800-637-0700

http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/child-development-and-rehabilitation-center/

http://www.facebook.com/OHSUedu

 

Developmental Disabilities Program

Community Living Case Management, Inc. (CLCM) provides a wide range of services for individuals and their families who are eligible for services under the Developmental Disabilities criteria.

  • Roseburg—2550 NW Edenbower Blvd, Suite 106……………..…………………….(541) 315-4300 (ext. 202)

http://www.clcmoregon.org/

 

Easter Seals Oregon

Easter Seals Oregon provides education and support services to people throughout Oregon whose lives are affected by disabilities and special needs.

  • Portland—7300 SW Hunziker Rd, Suite 103………………………....………………………………….(503) 228-5108

http://www.easterseals.com/oregon/

http://www.easterseals.com/connect-locally/affiliate-locations/oregon.html

https://www.facebook.com/EasterSealsOregon

 

Shriners Hospital for Children

Provides free high quality medical care for children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries, and other special healthcare needs.

  • Portland—3101 SW Same Jackson Park Rd…………………………...…………………………………(503) 241-5090

 

Special Olympics of Oregon

Provides year round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic type sports for children, youth and adults living with intellectual disabilities.

  • Portland—5901 SW Macadam, Suite 100……………………………………….....…………….……….(541) 248-0600

  • Roseburg—PO Box 541……………………………………………………………………......……………………(541) 677-9687

http://www.soor.org/

http://www.soor.org/Sub-Page.aspx?Name=Douglas-County&PID=95

https://www.facebook.com/SOORstate

Umpqua Valley Disabilities Network (UVdN)

UVdN provides consumer services, which are designed to empowering persons with all types of disabilities to achieve the highest level of independence that they choose. Programs include: Information/Referral, Peer Mentoring/Supports, Independent Living Skills Training, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Life Transition Services, STEPS, Dial-A-Ride, Project Literacy, and other Fee-for Service Programs.

  • Roseburg—736 SE Jackson St………………………………………………….....…………………….……….(541) 672-6336

http://www.uvdn.org/

https://www.facebook.com/umpquavalleydisabilitesnetwork/?rf=158291170868115

 

Public Health Programs

 

Douglas County Public Health Network
DPHN is a nonprofit organization serving all of Douglas County. DPHN provides communicable disease and emergency preparedness services. DPHN has partnered with other nonprofit organizations including Umpqua Community Action Network (WIC and nurse visiting), Umpqua Community Health Center (immunization services, woman’s health, family planning, sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV), ADAPT (providing tobacco prevention and healthy communities programs), and Lower Umpqua Hospital (providing immunization and family planning).

  • Roseburg—621 W Madrone St……………………………………………………......………………………..(541) 440-3516

http://douglaspublichealthnetwork.org/index.php/services/

 

SouthRiver Community Health Center

SouthRiver is a patient-centered primary care home serving the medical and behavioral health care needs of people living in Winston, Green, Roseburg, and other local communities. SouthRiver offers affordable, high-quality healthcare, behavioral medicine and support services for children, adolescents, and adults, with a special commitment to improve access to care for individuals and families who are uninsured, low-income and medically underserved. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

  • Winston—671 SW Main…………………………………………………………......……………………….…….(541) 492-4550

http://www.south-river.org/

https://www.facebook.com/SouthRiverCommunityHealthCenter

 

Umpqua Community Health Center (UCHC) Locations

Provides primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services at several locations throughout Douglas County. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale and no one is denied care because of the inability to pay.

  • Glide—2070 N Umpqua Hwy………………………………………………………………......………………..(541) 496-3504

  • Myrtle Creek—790 S Main…………………………………………………………………….....……………….(541) 860-4070

  • Roseburg—150 NE Kenneth Ford Dr……………………………………………….……...……………….(541) 672-9596

  • Sutherlin—123 Ponderosa Dr………………………………………………………………......………..……..(541) 459-3788

School Based Health Centers-

  • Douglas High School (Winston)……………………………………………………….....…………………..…(541) 492-2055

  • Roseburg High School……………………………………………………………………......……………….……..(541) 492-2055

 

Immunizations

Routine child and adult immunizations during clinic hours. Children under the age of 15 receiving immunizations must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

  • Roseburg—150 Kenneth Ford Drive…………………………………………………....……………………(541) 672-9596

    • Mon-Fri, 8:30-11:30 am & 1-4 pm

  • Sutherlin—123 Ponderosa Drive………………………………………………………....……………………(541) 459-3788

    • Mon-Thurs, 1-4 pm

  • Myrtle Creek—790 S Main St……………………………………………………………......………….……….(541) 860-4070

    • Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 1-4 pm

 

Communicable Diseases

Screening, testing, counseling for Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV, and Hepatitis

Family Planning

A confidential place for teens, women, and men of any age, race, religion, or color to receive information about sexuality, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, and reproductive health concerns.

  • Roseburg—150 Kenneth For Drive……………………………………………………....………….……….(541) 672-9596

    • Mon-Fri, 8:30-11:30 am & 1-4 pm

  • Sutherlin—123 Ponderosa Drive………………………………………………………....……………………(541) 459-3788

    • Friday 1-4 pm

  • Myrtle Creek—790 S Main St………………………………………………………….....……………………..(541) 860-4070

    • Tuesday 1-4 pm

http://www.umpquachc.org/

 

Umpqua Health Alliance

Umpqua Health Alliance is Douglas County’s Coordinated Care Organization (CCO). It is one of several CCO’s around the state of Oregon approved by the Oregon Health Authority to improve health care and make it more affordable for the population being served through the Oregon Health Plan.

  • Roseburg—1813 W Harvard………………………………………………………………......………….……..(541) 229-4842

https://www.umpquahealth.com/

 

Transportation

 

Douglas Rides

Douglas Rides is a network of community transportation services, including Dial-A-Ride, for Douglas

County, Oregon. Douglas Rides offers transportation services for Roseburg, Umpqua Community

College, Yoncalla, Drain, Elkton, Sutherlin, Winston, Myrtle Creek, Riddle, Canyonville, and Reedsport.

  • Reservations by phone…………………………………......………………………………………………………1(800)232-8121

http://www.douglasrides.org/

 

FISH Roseburg

Emergency Short Term Shelter/Transportation Assistance. An around-the-clock answering service evaluates and arranges these services.

  • Roseburg—405 Jerry’s Drive………………....…………………………………………………………………(541) 672-5242

 

UCAN U-Trans

UCAN operates Douglas County’s public transit system through a contract with the County. Known as U-Trans, these buses offer the only mass transit for residents of the County. All of the buses are ADA accessible with wheelchair lifts that allow those with wheelchairs to access each bus comfortably.

U-Trans offers two types of service: Regular service to residents of Winchester, Roseburg, and Green (with connection to Winston) as often as once an hour; Commuter service several times daily along the I-5 corridor with stops in Canyonville, Riddle, Tri-City, Myrtle Creek, Dillard, Winston, Wilbur, and Sutherlin. Many Roseburg area stops are near major retail outlets, social service offices, government offices and large employers. Commuter stops are found in centrally located, easily accessed areas of outlying communities.

In addition to these “fixed” routes, UCAN U-Trans offers “door-to-door” service for individuals with a qualifying disability. This service is referred to as Para-Transit and is available for any purpose. The service meets and exceeds ADA requirements. This service is offered anywhere we operate our “fixed routes,” during the same times as the regular bus service, at locations within 3/4th of a mile of a fixed route.

  • Roseburg………………………………………………………………………………………………………........…..….(541) 440-6500

http://www.umpquatransit.com/

Other

 

Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center is a combined effort of Lower Umpqua Hospital and the Reedsport School District. The Family Resource Center strives to connect people in coastal Douglas County to the information, resources and services that they may need. It also provides agencies and organizations the opportunity to better reach and more efficiently serve this community.

At Family Resource Center, you can:

  • Find out about applying for food stamps and Oregon Health Plan

  • Get information about subsidized housing

  • Pick up DMV manuals and forms

  • Talk to a SHIBA volunteer about Medicare

  • Pick up dental and vision applications for those with limited income

  • Sign up on the wait list for furniture and appliances

  • Find information about counseling and support groups

  • Get answers to most questions about local services & programs

  • Reedsport—5 Saint John’s Way…………………………………………………......………………………….(541) 271-9700

    • Mon-Fri, 9-5 pm (closed for lunch)

 

Options Counseling

Provides quality support and preservation services to children and families in Oregon through contracts with Juvenile Prevention, Department of Human Services Self-Sufficiency and Child Welfare. Services include: Youth Mentoring, In-home Safety and Reunification services, Family Support and Connections, and Intensive In-home Family Therapy.

  • Roseburg—283 SE Fowler St, Suite 2…………………….......……………………………………………..(541) 464-6455

http://options.org/

 

Sutherlin Community Resource Center

Services include homework assistance, snacks, adult mentoring, and access to supervised programs and activities. Also offered is a free year-round afterschool program four days per week, teen nights on Fridays, and additional family based activities.

  • Sutherlin—104 East Central Ave………………………………...…………………………….….....………..(541) 459-8262

 

Up2UsNow

The Up2UsNow Child Abuse Prevention Coalition is a collaborative community effort made up of various agencies, organizations, and individuals who are dedicated to reducing child abuse in Douglas County through community efforts and action committees including a Healthcare Committee, Opiate ask Force, Youth Media Project, Human Trafficking Task Force, Supporting Families Project, Violence Prevention & Healthy Relationships educational curriculum in schools.

Supporting Families Project- An individualized community connections program for families with children who are in need of additional support to strengthen their families. There is not cost for this service and all families with children are eligible.

  • Roseburg—Supporting Families Services……………..............................................................……..(541) 677-6531

Human Trafficking Task Force

  • For trainings, community events or resources……...........................................……………………(541) 492-4550

http://www.up2usnow.org/

 

Umpqua Community VEG Education Group

UC-VEG provides free services surrounding nutrition and lifestyle education in Douglas County. Programs and classes include the 12 week disease prevention series funded by Umpqua Health, the Total Health Improvement Program, healthy Shopping Tours, the Kitchen Garden Project (that provides backyard gardens for low-income families), Cooking Classes, as well as one-on-one support, documentary screenings, and monthly potlucks.

  • 570 SE Jackson St., Suite 2…………………………………………….....……………….………………………(541) 378-6359

www.ucveg.org

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