American Red Cross – Oregon Pacific Chapter
Disaster Services - Meet immediate emergency needs of victims of local
disasters; i.e. single family fires, etc. Provide community with information to
prepare for disasters both small and major; participate in emergency planning
with county and state; train volunteers to meet the emergency needs of victims of
major and minor disasters.
Armed Forces Emergency Services - Provide 24 hour communication to
members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families; work with Military
Aid Societies in providing financial assistance for Armed Forces members and
Disaster Welfare Inquiry - Assist individuals, outside of disaster-effected area, to
communicate with immediate family members when normal communication is
interrupted by a disaster.
Blood Services - (541-672-2002) Sponsors blood drives to help ensure safe,
adequate supply of lifesaving blood product; alternatives to blood transfusions and other blood-
Health and Safety Services - Teach CPR, First Aid, Health and Safety, and
swimming classes; prepare students to respond to emergencies by performing life
saving techniques; train instructors to teach the above classes; provide HIV/AIDS
education; supply organizations and individuals with health related brochures.
Volunteer Opportunities - Volunteer opportunities for all ages in Disaster Relief,
health and Safety, Blood Services, Youth Services and other community programs
Phone: 541-673-3255 or 1-800-244-1671
Douglas County Health and Social Services Community Health Services
Adult & Women’s Health - (440-3521) Call for information and schedule.
Women’s Health/Family Planning - Physical exams, information, education, birth
control methods, pregnancy testing and counseling.
Pre-natal Clinic - Comprehensive prenatal care, physical exam, health education,
Communicable Disease Control - (440-3521) Sexually transmitted diseases
clinic, follow-up for diseases that are required to be reported to the Department,
and services to prevent the spread of common communicable diseases.
Confidential AIDS testing and counseling.
Immunizations - (440-3516) Immunizations
for children and adults.
Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program (WIC) - (440-3516) Nutritional
assessment providing prescribed nutritional food packages, nutrition education
(individual and group classes).
Home Visit Programs - (440-3539, Natalie Jones) Parent and
Child Health. Referral and consultation
- Maternity Case Management: Home Visiting Program for pregnant women by Community Health Nurses.
- Babies First!: Home visiting program providing health and development screening until the baby is three years old.
- CaCoon Care Coordination Program: Home visit program for families with special medical health care needs.
Reportable Disease Information & Follow-up - (440-3571)
Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention - (440-3577) STARS Program, an abstinence
program for students, outreach.
Health Promotion - (440-3563) Tobacco Prevention and
Prevention and Education HIV/Aids Education, Dental Education,
Phone: 541-440-3571 and 1-800-234-0985 Division Services Information
Harm Reduction Center
Community Services: outreach, HIV testing and counseling, computer lab,
services to schools, Sexual Minority Task Force, speakers. Client Services:
emergency funds program, housing assistance program, transportation assistance, needle exchange, and case management. Volunteer
Program, women’s program, and Hepatitis C information and case
Phone: 541-440-2761 or 1-877-440-2761
Reedsport Family Resource Center
Connects people of coastal Douglas County to the information and services they
need and enables organizations to more efficiently serve this area. Services
currently available are DHS Self-Sufficiency Program, Oregon Health Plan
applications, business development, DMV forms, mental health
counseling, Umpqua Training and Employment; Child Support Enforcement,
Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA), various support
groups, tax forms and more.
Resource information for food, clothing, health care, childcare, legal assistance,
jobs, financial assistance, housing, transportation, and energy assistance.
Connects people who have household items to donate with those who are in need
of basics such as beds, tables, bedding, etc. Meeting rooms and office space