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Developmental Disabilities Services
Provide support services to individuals with developmental disabilities in Douglas
County that will enhance their quality of life, taking into consideration the
importance of assisting each individual to achieve independence, integration into
the community and productivity to the greatest extent possible; case management,
counseling, skills training, and behavior management consultation. Central point
of entry into mental health funded residential and vocational services. Case
management, skill training and behavior management available throughout the
county; residential and vocational programs primarily in Roseburg area; waiting
lists for both programs.
Special Olympics – Douglas County
A sheltered workshop providing rehabilitation and training for disabled adults
implemented through realistic work environments: a wood-working mill,
recycling, custodial training, bench work and three retail stores (vouchers available for
clothing and furniture). A work activity center provides training in work behavior
and social skills. Tours are available anytime.
Umpqua Homes for the Handicapped
Independent living skills training program, assessed and delivered on an
individual basis. 24-hour supervised living arrangements for the clients, with all
necessary supportive services provided in a manner assuring a high quality of life,
safety, dignity and respect for each individual while also requiring the clients to
gain independence. Also provides vocational training, supportive employment
and alternatives to employment.
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.
Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network
Information and referral, peer mentoring, support groups, skills training,
individual and systems advocacy, ADA information and services, and Kids on the
Block, a Disability Awareness Puppet Troupe.
Phone: 541-672-6336 TTY 541-440-2882 (Call Oregon Relay)