Parent Warmline: 1-833-REACH-OR / 1-833-732-2467

Malheur County

Reach Out Oregon in Malheur County is a place for families raising children who experience emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges, and people who support them, to get connected. 

 Reach Out Oregon recognizes the growing concerns shared by parents across the state around COVID-19.  Learn about what COVID-19 is and what you can do to keep yourself and your loved ones safe, in these videos from Public Health nurse Alice Kirby of Lane County Public Health here. We are here to offer support to families in finding helpful information and resources available. We invite you to explore the information we have gathered for your community at the bottom of this page.

Reaching Out is easier than you might think. Find support by using any of the links on this site for non-emergency emotional, behavioral, and mental health questions. You can also connect with us by calling 1-833-REACH-OR or clicking on the live chat bubble in the bottom right corner below.

We invite you to join or start a conversation on the Reach Out Oregon Discussion Pages

Cori Thye-Couch

Family Support Facilitator

Cori's experience in schools, correctional facilities, and mental health centers have focused on supporting families during challenging times and walking beside them as they navigate systems. In her leisure time, Cori enjoys gardening, food preservation, bread baking, and cooking.

Melissa First

Family Support Facilitator

Melissa is honored to be mom of two amazingly strong and most extraordinary young people. She has been advocating on their behalf since 2005. Her goal is to ensure families know they aren't alone and to support them in feeling hopeful for their future.

Regie Sison-Valenti

Family Support Facilitator

Regie's passion is peer support. She believes that through real connection and cultivating relationship we can truly thrive to become the best version of ourselves! Navigating systems for 3 decades gives Regie a unique perspective walking alongside peers.

Sharyn Smith

Family Support Facilitator

Sharyn lives in a rural area, giving her a strong connection to her community and understanding of how difficult it is to be isolated by both geography and stigma around behavioral health concerns. She feels honored to walk alongside families.

Community Resources

Please see below for resources.

COVID-19 TEEN SPECIFIC RESOURCES

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Information

Malheur County Reach Out Oregon Tool Kit

Find materials for how to share Reach Out Oregon here.

Malheur County Helplines

Helplines to support families in Malheur County.

Malheur County Services

Services to support families in Malheur County.

Malheur County Support Groups

Support groups to support families in Malheur County.

Malheur County Training

Training to support families in Malheur County.

Malheur County Special Events & Advocacy Opportunities

Special Events & Advocacy Opportunities to support families in Malheur County.

Malheur County Other Useful Resources

Other useful resources to support families in Malheur County.

Would you like to request a resource that you don't see listed here? Please let us know!

Volunteer Information

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