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


Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson

Welcome to our online community of services and support!


Oregon Family Support Network wants to connect you to our partners and resources that can provide information or additional services and support for you and your family.  The intersectionality of care systems can be a maze at times, and we are here to support you through that journey. Reach Out Oregon has compiled a list of county and community specific resources that can assist you in finding the help you are looking for.

If you need additional information, please call Reach Out Oregon at 1-833-REACH-OR (1-833-732-2467). Or you can email us at

Behavioral/Mental Health Services

Best Care- Madras Mental Health Services

Our outpatient mental health program in Madras provides mental health assessment and counseling services to children, families, and adults. 

850 SW 4th Street Suite 302
Madras, OR 97741


Crook County Mental Health

Behavioral health, counseling services.

1251 NE Elm Street
Prineville, OR 97754


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.

457 Ochoco Plaza Dr.
Prineville, OR 97754
TTY 541-383-2635


Deschutes County Mental Health

Deschutes County Health Services has a primary responsibility to help address the basic health and wellness of Deschutes County residents.

2577 NE Courtney Dr.
Bend, OR 97701
541.322.7400 Bend
541.617.4775 Redmond


Looking Glass Community Services

We offer a wide range of services aimed toward solving challenges related to educational deficits, behavioral health issues, drug addiction, and homelessness. 

Youth Hotline (541) 689-3111


Mountainstar Family Relief Nursery

Crisis intervention and support. Home visits once a month or more. Individualized parent coaching. Mental health therapy for kids and adults. Parent training classes and family activities. Basic needs (food, diapers, clothing). Connections to community resources. Transportation for visits, classes, etc.

430 NW 4th Street
Prineville, OR 97754


Crisis Services

Lines For Life

Text 273-8255 To 839863


Crisis Text Line

Text 741741

Local Crisis Youth Line

Call 877-968-8491, Or Text “Teen2teen” @ 839863

Veterans Text Line

Text 838255

Crook County Crisis Line


Deschutes County Crisis Line

541-322-7500 (24 Hours) Or 800-875-7364

Jefferson County Crisis Line

541-475-6575 (24 Hours)

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


Substance abuse, problem gambling, Suicide prevention, grief and Healing, children’s grief, Teens and grief, veterans, free online Mental Health screenings.

850 SW Fourth St., #302
Madras, OR 97741


Disability Services

Central Oregon Disability Support Network

Our network was started by two moms after their girls were born with Down syndrome just eight days apart in 2003.  As we connected and began connecting with other families, we found such a value in others who were able to understand.  In 2010 we developed an official board of directors and received our IRS non-profit status. We now are a network of over 1000 families in Central Oregon who have children experiencing disability.


Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP)

State Of Oregon- Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities CDDP Listings. Find services near you.



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
PHONE: 855.323.6744


Support Groups (Non-OFSN)

Autism Society Parent Group

Please join us on the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:30 to connect and share as parents raising young children with disabilities. Dinner and childcare provided.

Alyce Hatch Center
1406 NW Juniper Street
Bend, OR 97703
Callie 503-806-4564


Autism Society Sensory Friendly Swim Event

Meets 2nd Saturday of each month from 5:30-7:30pm. Free, with dinner provided. Please RSVP as space is limited.

Cascade Swim Center
465 SW Rimrock Way
Redmond, OR 97756
Melissa Romo 541-419-1064

Redmond Cross Disability Family Support Group

This group is a collaboration between The Autism Society of Oregon, and CODSN. It’s an opportunity for families of children experiencing diverse abilities to meet for emotional support, sharing, and an occasional speaker. You are not alone, please join us and meet other families walking a similar path! The group meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6pm. Childcare is available upon request and a light dinner is provided. FREE.

The Kaleidoscope Family Center
731 SW Highland Ave.
Redmond, OR 97736
Stephanie Widler:


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

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