Youth Programs/Family Services
ADAPT – Deer Creek Adolescent Treatment Program
Residential alcohol and drug treatment, and continuing care coordination.
Phone: 541-673-5119 or 541-672-2691
Boy Scouts of America, Oregon Trail Council
Focus on community services, recruiting efforts, programs for first grade through
college. Adult volunteers always needed; BSA will supply training. All
programs focus on leadership training and character development: Candy Bar
Sale, Scouting for Food event, Klondike Derby (snow camp), Pine Wood
Derby, Camporee, Cub Scout Day Camps, Boy Scout Summer camps, and numerous 50-mile hikes and individual unit outdoor programs.
Phone: 541-784-9283 or 1-800-801-4430
Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley – Roseburg
Education, recreation, and sports
programs for school age youth; homework assistance, computer
lab, tutoring, games and activities. Transportation to the
program is available in the Roseburg school district; parents
arrange for transportation home. Serve "snupper" every
afternoon at 3:30 PM (large snack, small supper).
Camp Fire USA – Wilani Council
Co-educational program for school-age youth (Kindergarten-12th grade) including
Club Program, day camps and self-reliance courses.
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. Additional assistance available with a
job program, housing, and vehicles.
CASA of Douglas County
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are community members who are
recruited and trained to become the voice of abused and neglected children
involved in the court system, and to make recommendations about what is in their
Commission on Children and Families
Support healthy communities through work with the community in many different
ways to nurture the wellness of each child, to maintain health and family
functioning for children from birth to high school graduation, to increase the
number of kids who graduate from high school and create understanding about
diversity. Work toward the realization of universal contact with newborns and
their families leading to in-home follow up for families who request assistance
through the child’s third year.
Mobilize and support planning at the local level, asking what is important to the
community and what is needed to meet those goals, and using that information
and the understanding of human development to help Douglas County citizens to
acquire the authority to plan and make decisions about the community.
Build Collaborative partnerships within Douglas County bringing groups and
individuals together to create goals, share resources and accept responsibility for
the results. Encourage community investment, the elimination of duplication of
services and seek to more effectively meet the needs of Douglas County’s
families and communities. These partnerships strive to make available in every
community, support for families at natural points of access such as schools,
hospitals and family resource centers.
Develop policies and standards of accountability through the creation of
measurable goals and outcomes for the actions taken. In this way, the citizens can
tell which efforts are working and which need to be more effective.
Dorcus – Seventh Day Adventist Community Service
Provides clothing, bedding, small household items, and food to those in need.
Phone: 541-672-1542 (Roseburg); 541-459-0449 (Sutherlin); 541-839-4051 (Canyonville); 541-863-7244 (Myrtle Creek)
Provides child abuse response and evaluation services. Expert medical evaluation,
and skilled child interview specialist on site. Work with law enforcement and
Child Welfare Program.
Douglas County Library System
Provides books, magazines, newspapers, audio and videocassettes, and pamphlets;
provides assistance for use. There are story programs, summer reading programs,
telephone reference services available, and public Internet access and computers
for word processing available.
Phone: 541-440-4305 or 1-800-441-2706 website:
Douglas County Mental Health – Adult Outpatient Treatment Program
Assess and treat mental and emotional disorders and provide community
education on mental health issues. Services include evaluations of groups,
individuals, and families; treatment for adults with mental disorders; and
specialized services for the elderly, offenders, chemically dependent mentally ill
individuals, compulsive gamblers, participants in the DHS,CHS, SSP JOBS
Program, and divorcing couples with unresolved child visitation and custody
Phone: 541-440-3532 or 1-800-866-9780 (within county only)
Douglas County Mental Health – Youth & Family Program
Assessment and crisis services and referral services when necessary. Individual
family or group therapy is offered on an outpatient basis. A brief therapy model is
used with the average length of treatment being eight sessions. The individual
needs of the child may determine additional time is needed. Family treatment is
used whenever possible. Methods used in the treatment process include
expressive and talk therapies. Specialized services are provided for
child/adolescent sex offenders, juvenile offenders in OYA group homes and
unwed teen mothers at Safe Haven. Wraparound and transition services are
available for clients that are at risk of hospitalization or are transferring from a
residential treatment setting.
Phone: 541-440-3532 or 1-800-866-9780 (within county only)
Leadership training through community service, projects and family dynamics.
Young persons social outlet. Projects include July 4th Family Fun Fest and
Fireworks Show, Children’s Shopping Tour, and Henry Goes Wine Fest.
Meetings held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.
Phone: 541-679-4352 or 541-643-1194
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
Comprehensive Emergency Services - Provide food boxes, clothing, household
items and furniture, utility and prescription assistance (the last $50.00 when
Special Services - Local units assist in emergencies that involve one to three
families. Assistance in larger emergencies is coordinated with the Divisional
Emergency Services Office in Portland. The services are conducted around the
world through religious and social service programs supported by voluntary
contributions of individuals.
Corps Community Center - Serves both youth and adults offering educational,
worship activities and recreation. This includes personal growth, social
adjustment, supplementary education, camping, and volunteer
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.
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)