Adventist Community Services – Canyonville
Offers classes periodically in health-related areas such as nutrition seminars, stop
smoking clinics, stress control and physical fitness classes; gives clothing,
bedding, household items to low income families and to those in emergency
situations; serves as a food distribution agency with the Oregon Food Shares
Alcohol and drug abuse prevention and
treatment—outpatient, prevention, and
residential at The Crossroads (673-3469), a
residential program for women in Roseburg
where young children may be able to stay
with a parent throughout treatment.
Phone: 541-672-2691 (24-hour
service—dial voice mail option #4 after
ADAPT – Deer Creek Adolescent Treatment Program
Residential alcohol and drug treatment, and continuing care coordination.
Phone: 541-673-5119 or 541-672-2691
ADAPT – River’s Edge
Alcohol and drug counseling, mental health counseling, gambling treatment and management of employer referrals.
ADAPT - South River Medical Center
Primary Health Care. Open to the Public. General
Physician for family care.
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; provide community with information
on 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
Breath-Free Stop Smoking Program
The smoking cessation program is usually run twice a year. There are six
sessions over two weeks. This program is conducted in a small group setting with
emphasis on support and sharing, dealing with withdrawal symptoms and relapse
prevention. Call for specific date and times and/or to register.
A summer camp where children touched by cancer can gather in a supportive
environment where they can simply be kids. The weeklong camp combines the
fun and expert health care to handle everything from skinned knees to
administering chemotherapy and other medications.
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, prenatal and children’s classes; English as A Second Language, (ESOL), and
women’s support group. Additional services include job
program, assistance with housing and vehicles.
Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
Health, employment, education, alcohol/drug referrals, HUD and housing services
for eligible people, Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA counseling and referrals,
Indian Health services, dental clinic (1-877-688-6433). Call for community
outreach program information. Community Food Bank.
Phone: 541-888-9577 or 1-888-280-0726
Department of Human Services, Self-Sufficiency Program –
A One-Stop Resource Center
The focus of the Self-Sufficiency Program is to assist as many families
and individuals as
possible to achieve independence from public assistance. Those who apply for
public assistance and are capable, are assisted in gaining and retaining
employment. While pursuing this goal, eligible clients have access to the
following services (***additional requirements will also be evaluated in
determining eligibility for services):
Food Stamps - Provides food stamp assistance to low income families and
individuals to raise their level of nutrition. Must meet Federal guidelines
regarding income and resource levels. Amount of assistance is based on a sliding
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) - Provides cash payments and
medical assistance to low-income families. Primarily serves single parent
households and two parent households who meet eligibility
JOBS Program - Provides services to prepare people eligible for Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families for employment. Services include Job Search,
Life Skills, Work Experience, Adult Basic Education, and specific occupational
Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) - Assists low-income families with a
childcare subsidy based on a sliding fee scale. Serves single parent households
and two parent households where both parents are employed at the same time.
Medical Assistance Programs - Provides medical coverage to low-income
families and individuals who meet specific eligibility requirements.
Applications can be accessed by calling 1-800-359-9517.
Phone: 541-440-3301; 541-839-6901 (Canyonville); 541-836-2939 (Drain)
Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities Services (Disabilities Services Office)
Serves disabled Oregonians under age 65 through medical assistance, food
stamps, in-home care, adult foster care, nursing home, assisted living, residential
care facility, and adult protective services.
Phone: 541-440-3427 or 1-800-548-3381
Douglas County Cancer Services Committee
Wigs, turbans, hats, blankets, lap robes, and breast prosthetics available; reimbursement for medical
transportation to Portland and lodging; nutritional supplements free of charge.
Douglas County Fire District #2 - Ambulance and Medi-cab
Ambulance - Advanced life support to most of Douglas County from stations in
Roseburg and Myrtle Creek. Non-emergency and inter-facility ambulance
transfer service throughout the state.
Medi-Cab - Wheelchair van transportation for a fee that is determined by mileage
and time. Direct radio communication to ambulance dispatcher.
Ambulatory Van - Transfer of ambulatory clients for a fee that is determined by
mileage and time.
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) Parent & 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 Education - (440-3563) Tobacco Prevention and
Education.Prevention and Education (440-3563) HIV/Aids Education, Dental Education,
Adolescent Based Health. Communicable Diseases.
Phone: 541-440-3571 and 1-800-234-0985 Division Services Information
Environmental Health Services
Licensing and inspection of all food services, tourist facilities (motels, RV parks,
organizational camps), swimming pools/spas. Investigation of suspected food
borne and water borne illnesses and animal bites. Responds to sewage and
hazardous material spills, radiation or pesticide exposure. Provides educational
classes on food service and environmental health issues.
Phone: 541-440-3571 or 1-800-234-0985
Davita Health Care – Roseburg/Mercy
In-center hemodialysis, in-center self-dialysis, home training for hemodialysis,
and home training for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis; dietary consult
for renal failure and social services for renal failure.
Lower Umpqua Hospital
Acute, critical, skilled, extended care, home health, hospice, emergency room,
mammography, lab, x-ray, imaging, dietetics, social work, and rehabilitation and
respiratory, physical therapy and ambulance service.
Specialist Clinics - General surgery, podiatry, otorhinolaryngology,
Bereavement Support Group
Community Education - CPR and First Aid
Trauma IV emergency service
Mercy Community Education Center
Health screenings, support groups, Family Birthplace classes; Diabetes Education—personalized, private counseling to develop a self-management program, adult and youth diabetes support groups; lending library and seminars (Advance Directive for Health Care seminars held through the year—call for dates and times).
Mercy Foundation, Inc
Funds are available to help Douglas County families with unmet healthcare needs.
Two areas of service are offered: Terminal illness and Children’s HealthCare.
Each has specific restrictions including financial need and the person must be
terminally ill or a minor child with unmet healthcare needs. Assistance available
for supplementary expenses such as travel, lodging or medication. Written
application is required, and the forms may be obtained by calling the Foundation.
Mercy Home Health/Hospice
Regular visits as needed; physical, occupational and speech therapists; medical
social workers; and certified home health aides. Medical supplies are provided as needed
per skilled need; doctor's referral necessary.
Mercy Institute of Rehabilitation
Physical, occupational, and speech therapy; physiological services; back-to-work
programs, physical capacity evaluation.
Mercy Medical Center
Cardiac studies, medical laboratory, medical library, occupational, physical and
speech therapy, pastoral care, pharmacy, imaging services, nuclear medicine,
respiratory care, mental health, family centered obstetrics and nursery, surgical,
medical, intensive care, and progressive care nursing, 24-hour physician staffed
emergency, surgery, pediatric nursing, social services, magnetic resonance
imaging services, CAT scan services, community education, and home health and hospice.
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
Works to combat neuromuscular disease through basic and applied scientific
investigation, patient services and clinical care, professional and public education.
Through fund-raising projects, MDA has been able to organize and maintain a
worldwide research program, patient and community services, network of clinics
(in Eugene and Medford), summer camp program, support groups held in Eugene
and Medford area, and various education programs.
Phone: 1-541-686-2753 or 1-866-686-2753
Support program for people and their families for short and long term care.
Professional and volunteer services provided in home and support in nursing
home. Services include professional nursing, transportation assistance, and short- term respite care.
For information on residential care, assisted living facilities, and foster care
homes contact: Douglas County Senior Services Division at 541-440-3580 or toll
free 1-800-234-0985, Extension 3580.
Program for the Orthopedically Impaired
Physical, occupation, speech and language therapies. The program includes a
speech pathologist, and physical, occupational, and consulting teachers.
Roseburg Audiology Center
Evaluation, consultation, direct services, and referrals for hearing and speech.
Safe Haven Maternity Home
Provide living space for up to 8 women and babies, meals, counseling, full range
of services, life-skills training, transportation to medical care, education and work-study.
Senior Services Division/Health & Social Services
Elder Abuse Reporting; Adult Protective Services; Medical and Financial Assistance, Food Stamp Program.
Social Services - Legal Assistance, Health Promotion and Respite Care
Nutrition Services - Senior Center Meal and Home-delivered meals (Meals on Wheels)
Medicaid, Financial and Social Services - Medical Assistance – Medicaid Eligibility
Case Management – eligibility, assessment, service planning
Care Giver Registry – screening, referral
Care Giver Support Groups – Roseburg, Reedsport
In-Home Services – home care, personal care
Adult Foster Homes – license, referral
Residential Care/Assisted Living Facility – referral
Room & Board Facility – registration information
Phone: 541-440-3580 or 1-800-234-0985, Ext 3580
541-271-4835 (West County Office)
541-836-7311 (North County Annex)
541-839-4495 (South County Office)
Senior Center Services:
541-832-3220 – Glendale-Special People’s Depot
541-496-3736 – Glide-Glide Community Club
541-271-4884 – Reedsport-Lower Umpqua Senior Center
541-839-4495 – Riddle-Riddle Community Center
541-679-9715 – Winston-Winston Community Building
541-849-2951 – Yoncalla/Drain-Yoncalla Community Center
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 Community Health Center – Glide
Quality affordable healthcare services and referrals made to other medical
providers when needed; designated Oregon Health Plan outreach facility; and
mental health services available.
Umpqua Community Health Center – Roseburg
Quality affordable healthcare services and referrals made to other medical
providers as needed. Outreach facility for the Oregon Health Plan (541-672-9596
for appointments). Dental Clinic provides dental care services on a sliding
discount scale to patients without insurance (minimum $24 charge per visit).
Family Foundation Program outreach team helps assist families with resource
referrals to improve health and childhood development.
Phone: 541-672-9596 (24 hour number)
VA Roseburg Healthcare System
VA Roseburg Healthcare System provides primary care and hospital services in
medicine, surgery and psychiatry for Central and Southern Oregon and Northern
California. The system consists of an 88-bed medical, surgical and psychiatry
facility with a 55-bed community living center, which includes a 15 bed Alzheimer’s Unit.
Community Based Outpatient Clinics are strategically located to provide services
in a radius of 300 miles for approximately 140,000 veterans in North
and Eugene, Oregon. Specialty services provided to support the mission of VA
Roseburg Healthcare System include Cardiology, Neurology, Infectious Diseases,
Optometry, Ophthalmology, ENT, Endocrinology, Urology, Renal, Gerontology,
Audiology, Pulmonary, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Dermatology, and Vocational
Wolf Creek Job Corps
A residential training program administered by the Department of Labor that
offers career, academic (High School Diploma or GED, as well as college
opportunities) and social skills training to young men and women. Provides basic
medical and dental care, meals, housing cash allowance, sports and recreation, job
placement, and most importantly, the chance to succeed.
Phone: 541-496-8500 or 1-800-588-9003