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Child Care

Battered Persons Advocacy and Oasis Women’s Shelter
24-hour helpline, crisis intervention, peer support advocacy, resource referrals, emergency services, support groups, speaker’s bureau and Oasis Shelter— emergency housing for women and their children in crisis (3 week maximum stay)—can shelter up to 24 people at one time, transportation, transitional housing, and legal advocacy. Children’s program for all ages and provides childcare for children of clients who attend support groups. Domestic abuse resources for men available.
Sexual Assault Response Team: Helps victims of sexual assault with all ramifications that result from the assault: medical, emotional, legal. Close step- by-step support throughout whole process. Support group—call BPA for location and times.
Phone:  541-673-7867 or 541-957-0288 or 1-800-464-6543 (24 hour)

Centro Latinoamericano
Crisis, Access, and Referral - Bilingual/bicultural counseling and case management, crisis, access, resource and referral services to Latino youth, alcohol and drug prevention Provides services to families with children 7 years of age and older, and singles.
Bilingual Alcohol and Drug Counseling - Provides services to Chicano/Latino community through DUII Diversion, outpatient, and co-dependency groups.
Los Ninos - Provides services to families with children under 6 years of age in the Chicano/Latino community through case management, emergency housing, pre- natal and children’s classes; English as A Second Language, (ESOL), and women’s support group. Offers a job program; help with housing and cars.
Phone:  541-687-2667

Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Program
Provides Protective Service assessments when allegations of child abuse are made. DHS Child Welfare Program provides a strength/needs-based approach to children and families. CWP also provides out-of-home placements for children who cannot safely remain in their own home or need residential treatment services. Adoption home studies and placements are made through CWP. Services are provided to families who qualify for Supportive Remedial Day Care, Family Skills services, and Parent training. Provides Foster Care Certification, Group Care, Emergency Shelter Care, and Permanency Planning services.
Phone:  541-440-3373 or 1-800-305-2903

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, home visits.
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 Education                       Prevention and Education - (440-3563) HIV/Aids Education, Dental Education, Adolescent Based Health.
Phone:  541-440-3571 and 1-800-234-0985 Division Services Information

Family Connections of Lane and Douglas County – Child Care Resource and Referral
The state-designated program in Douglas County provides childcare referrals and other services for parents, childcare providers, employers and communities. Specialized services include consumer education materials and training for choosing quality childcare; training on early childhood development, safety, health and business development for childcare providers; consultation to employers regarding employee childcare need/work-life benefits; and statistical information on supply and demand of childcare in the county.
Phone:  541-672-7955  or 1-800-222-3290

Family Development Center/Douglas County Relief Nursery
Child abuse prevention and intervention services for children and parents that includes therapeutic, low-ratio early childhood program, play therapy, USDA food program, and early intervention ECSE for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Parents receive parenting education, counseling, parent support group, day and evening classes, advocacy and referral services, parent/child interaction groups, transportation assistance, outreach program services, respite care, and clothes closet.
Phone:  541-673-4354

Phoenix School of Roseburg
Alternative education. Learning problems testing, assessment, and intervention.  Therapeutic prevention, intervention, and treatment services including non- attendance, authority issues, and alcohol and other drugs. Counseling intervention and service referrals for life problems including abuse, abandonment, and juvenile justice issues. Young parents services including case management, life skills and child care.  Career technical education options including culinary arts and natural resources systems.
Phone:  541-673-3036

United Community Action Network (UCAN) Family Connections of Douglas County
USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program - Reimburses child care homes for meals served to children in care; in-home visits three times a year to provide assistance with nutrition and menu planning; workshops, a newsletter, and technical assistance. Serves Douglas County family child care and group home providers registered with the Child Care Division or DHS listed who are caring for children birth to 13 years of age. Call 541-672-7004 or 1-800-947-1206 for information.
Warmline - A confidential telephone support for information and referral to programs, services and resources available in Douglas County. Provides assessment, advocacy and follow-up for those who may need or want extra support to access necessary services. Call 541-677-WARM (9276) or 1-977-677-9276.

United Community Action Network (UCAN) Head Start
Education, nutrition, health, medical and dental, and mental health for children. Provides training and assistance with social services needs for parents. Encourages parent involvement. Programs in classroom.
Phone:  541-673-6306 or 1-800-320-6306

Umpqua Valley disAbilities/Lifespan Respite
Advocacy for people with developmental disabilities and respite care. Referral service for care providers for children and adults with special needs. Requests are taken for a few hours up to one month. Care can be done in the home or out in the community, day or night, to allow the primary caregiver a break to take care of business, go shopping, enjoy a movie or get some much-needed rest. Next to New shop for donated clothing.
Phone:  541-957-8874

YMCA – Central Douglas
Adult Physical Program - Fitness classes: Land and water aerobics, moderate exercise, fitness testing, racquetball, weight training, and basketball. Youth Programs – The YMCA believes in the many benefits of youth participating in sports. Winning involves improved skills, team skills, a feeling of play that is fair, and greater confidence. Programs include: baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, weight training, racquetball, gymnastics, Halloween party, New Year’s Overnighter and Teen Leadership Development. After School Summer School – Age Child Care – After-school program 5 days a week. Supervised recreation, arts, crafts, activities, snacks, and a safe environment for children whose parents work. Summer program includes 12 weeks of supervised swimming, field trips, arts and crafts, friendship clubs, and games for 6 to 12 year olds. Preschool Child Care – Full day care for working parents with preschool and pre- kindergarten children; a program to enhance the child’s intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth. Creative play and movement recreation. Offers swim lessons and Fit & Fun Program to improve strength, balance, coordination, and body awareness for any child 2 ½ to 12 years old. Aquatics Programs – Aquatics for parent/child, preschool, 6 – 12 year old, adults, handicapped, senior citizens arthritis exercise, masters swim, basic water safety, lifesaving, kayak, public and private lessons.
Phone:  541-440-YMCA (9622)