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Baker, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa Resources

07/09/2021

Baker, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa Resources

Behavioral/Mental Health Services

Department Of Human Services (DHS)
Department of Human Services (DHS) offices offer assistance with adoption, foster care, foster parents and relative caregivers, child abuse and neglect, independent living, self-sufficiency, food stamps.

Pendleton: (541) 276-9000 or 866.395.4151
Youth and Family: 9541) 276-9220

Milton-Freewater: (541) 938-6627

Hermiston:
(541) 567-2253 or (800) 213-8475
Youth and Family: (541) 564-0860

Helping Hand
Services are for the local Pendleton area and may include rent, utilities, prescriptions, food (on Friday only), fuel, laundry, and other needs deemed necessary for self sufficiency. The local Pendleton area includes Adams, Helix, and Pilot Rock. Services are offered by appointment only.     

721 SE 3rd
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 276-3418

LIFEWAYS
Lifeways is a leading non-profit behavioral healthcare provider. We partner with individuals and communities throughout the Northwest to help people achieve and maintain integrated health and wellness.

Pendelton: (541) 276-6207
Hermiston: (541) 567-2536
Milton-Freewater: (541) 276-6207

Department Of Human Services (DHS)
DHS child welfare offices offer assistance with adoption, foster care, foster parents and relative caregivers, child abuse and neglect, independent living, self-sufficiency, food stamps.

1607 Gekeler Lane
La Grande, OR 97850
(541) 963-7276

Mount Emily Safe Center
Mt. Emily Safe Center (MESC), incorporated in 1999, is the only operating Child Abuse Intervention Center in Eastern Oregon that provides medical and forensic exams, insurance billing, community education on child abuse, and clinical services to victims of child abuse and their non-offending family members.

2107 3rd Street
La Grande, OR 97850
9541) 963-0602

Mountain Valley Mental Health Programs
New Directions Northwest Behavioral Health and Wellness is an out-patient program that serves the residents of Baker County, Oregon with a broad range of mental health, substance abuse and addictions, and prevention services.

2200 Fourth Street
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-3646
Crisis (541) 523-5903

NAMI
We are a statewide grassroots organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness, as well as their families and loved ones.

(541) 562-5465

Union County Public Health
We are a not-for-profit health organization that provides addictions and mental health services, developmental disabilities services, public health services, and veterans services to the residents of Union County.

2301 Cove Ave.
La Grande, OR 97850
(541) 962-8800

Wallowa Valley Center For Wellness
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness provides a wide range of outpatient services for children, adolescents, and adults with emotional, psychological and behavioral problems. Services also include assisting persons with alcohol and drug problems as well as case management services for persons with developmental disabilities.

207 SW 1st Street
Enterprise, OR 97828
(541) 426-4524

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center
Care for the Tribal Community focusing on physical, mental health, and dental care.

73265 Confederated Way
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 966-9830

Pflag (Parents, Family And Friends Of Lesbian And Gays)
Support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ, education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ, Advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ.

(541) 966-8414

 

Crisis Services

Baker County Crisis Line

(541) 523-3646 8am-5pm
(541) 519-7126 after hours.

LINES FOR LIFE

(800) 273-8255
Text 273-8255 to 839863

Umatilla County Crisis Line

(866) 343-4473

Union County Crisis Line

(541) 962-8800

Wallowa County Crisis Line

(541) 398-1175

Legal Services

Oregon Kinship Navigator
Oregon Kinship Navigator (OKN) is a statewide resource and referral service for grandparents raising grandchildren and other relative caregivers.  Whether you need legal help, access to services, or to find support for you and your family, OKN was created to help you find answers!

Modest Means Program- Oregon State Bar
Oregon lawyers created the Modest Means Program to help moderate-income Oregonians find affordable legal assistance. Eligibility for the program is based upon type of legal matter, applicant income and assets, and availability of participating lawyers. If you qualify for the program, the Modest Means lawyer will charge you a reduced rate for any additional legal work provided to you beyond the initial consultation.

Addictions Recovery/Treatment Services

Center For Human Development, Inc
We are a not-for-profit health organization that provides addictions and mental health services, developmental disabilities services, public health services, and veterans services to the residents of Union County

2301 Cove Ave

La Grande, OR 97850
(541) 962-8800

Disability Services

Community Connections
The mission of Community Connection of Northeast Oregon, Inc. is to advocate for and assist senior citizens, children, low-income persons, and persons with disabilities in attaining basic human needs and in becoming more self-sufficient. This will be accomplished by providing direct client services; stimulating a more efficient use of existing resources; broadening the available resource base; and providing decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for low and moderate income persons.

2802 Adams Ave.
La Grande, OR 97850
(541) 963-3186

Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP)                                  
State Of Oregon- Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities CDDP Listings. Find services near you.

FACT OREGON
FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.

2475 SE Ladd Ave.Suite 430
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 786-6082 or (888) 988-3228 

OREGON FAMILY TO FAMILY HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
The Oregon Family to Family Health Information Center supports families and caregivers of children with special health needs to navigate the complex health care systems. Staffed entirely by parents of children and youth with a variety of health conditions, we provide free one-to-one support, training, and printed materials to families and the professionals who serve them. This website houses hundreds of resources for parents, grandparents, teens, and young adults.

707 SW Gaines Street
Portland, OR 97239
(855) 323-6744

UMATILLA COUNTY CDDP
Determination Of Eligibility Through The Office Of Developmental Disability Services, Creation Of Individual Support Plans, Case Management And Coordination Of Services For Adults And Children With Disabilities.

817 Se 13th Street
Pendleton, Or 97801
(541) 276-0452

Support Groups (Non-OFSN)

Circle Of Parents Support Group
Share the easy and tough moments of parenting with an encouraging non-judgemental group of other parents. Free meal for parents and kids, Free childcare. Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month 

502 W. Standard
Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 667-6091

Eastern Oregon Autism Support – Online
A closed group, so all members have to be approved. Invited to join are self-advocates, family members, and professionals in the field.

Eastern Oregon Down Syndrome Support Group
Parents and caregivers of children with Down Syndrome are welcome Third Monday of the month 6:30-7:30pm.

215 W. Orchard
Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 720-7880

Special Needs Families Connect
A peer to peer support group for families that deal with special needs challenges everyday. 4th Monday of every month 5:30-7pm child supervision and dinner provided. Special Needs open gym is family playtime with parks and rec equipment. Sundays from October-May 12pm-1:30pm at

Helen McCune Gym
510 SW Dorion Ave. Pendleton

215 N. Main Street
Pendleton, OR 97801
(541) 377-0790

Kaiser Gender Pathways Clinic- Parent Guardian Support Group
Come and meet with other parents of trans/non-binary/gender-expansive kids in a group facilitated by a GPC social worker! Bring your questions, your struggles, and your victories!
When: The 1 st and 3 rd Mondays of the month, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
How: Virtual meeting through Microsoft Teams
Cost: No charge, but registration is required.
To register, contact Lisa Smith,LCSW
503-331-6374

 

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