Other Helpful Resources and Support Around Central Oregon:
Suicide Bereavement Support: Contact Alison Sorenson (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (541) 610-9500 or Herb Baker (email@example.com) at (503) 708-3047 for more information.
Wise Warriors Suicide Prevention: Contact Margaret Kuehn at (503) 402-2857 for more information.
Drug Addiction Family Support Group – Life Raft: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of Every Month. 6:00PM. Water Church at 21300 Bear Creek Road in Bend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DENTAL WORK: COCC has a dental clinic for low-income adults with fillings and extractions if you know of a client that could benefit: $20 supply fee. Call 541-322-7400
Laundry Love partners with local laundromats in cleaning clothes and linens of low-income or no-income families and individuals. Registered Laundry Love Locations:
-Express Eco Laundromat: 805-448-4655
-Westside Coin-Coop: 541-788-4329
Call for available times
The Bend Drop is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons and on Thursday from 5-7 PM for activities, laundry, a clothing closet, art activities and hanging out. The Club (for adults) is open from 9-2 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Free walk-in wellness checks available on Wednesdays through Mosaic Medical via a traveling van (parked in front of The Drop). On the first Monday of the month, an Advantage Dental van is available for walk-in appointments outside of The Drop.
1340 Wall St.- South Entrance
Friendometry.com – Resource is for children who have difficulty finding, making or sustaining friendships. Dr. Daniel Kriz, a pediatric neuropsychologist at St. Charles Medical Center developed this website www.Friendometry.com email@example.com
Recovery Bend for Food, Body & Spirit – Conquer food and body struggles and create a healthy relationship with your body. Franki Mauti MS, RDN, CDE & Nancy Curfman, LCSW Call 541-385-7408 or text 541-420-7613 for more information.
THRIVE – Connecting individual needs for housing, health, employment, Social Security, & basic needs to community resources. For sites that offer walk-in assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
TRACES – If your organization is interested in learning more, please reach out to TRACES for opportunities they can offer. http://tracesco.org/
SAMARA LEARNING CENTER – Programs for students trying to find their unique ways to success. We welcome diverse learners, including, but not limited to, those with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, ADD/ADHD, and or High Functioning Autism.
Shared Future Coalition firstname.lastname@example.org – promotes Youthline text teen2teen to 839863 or call 877-968-8491 4-10PM PT for confidential crisis and help line. Youth Committee- to focus on issues related to substance use prevention.
NAMI National Website – Navigating a Mental Health Crisis
NAMI National has a helpful new tool, a guide to navigating a mental health crisis. Other helpful links: www.nami.org or NAMI Blogs or NAMI Helpline: email@example.com
Cellphones for Low-Income Neighbors: Assurance Wireless with Virgin Mobile; Lifeline Assistance program. Visit www.assurancewireless.com for qualifications and information.
OHP/ACA Flexible Services Request Form: For services that do not have a medical code but would provide improved health benefits. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Friendship Line/Warm/Hotline: Call (800) 971-0016. For 60 yrs+ or living with a disability, call IOA Connect at (415) 750-4111 or fill out an intake form online at www.ioaging.org/friendshipline.
Lutheran Community Services NW – 1103 NE Elm St. in Prineville
THE DROP IN – for youth and adults ages 14-24, 1103 NE Elm. St. Hours: Wednesdays & Thurs. 9am-Noon for ages 18-24; same days, 3PM-6PM for ages 14-18. 24/7 crisis line, housing assistance, employment assistance, ACT team, community support programming, case management, substance abuse counseling, and outpatient behavioral health. Call (541) 323-5330 for services.
Veterans Services – 541-385-3214
Veterans Crisis Line veteranscrisisline.net 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255
Central Oregon Veterans Outreach 541-383-2793 or www.covo-us.org
Central Oregon Veterans Center 541-749-2112
Reintegration Team Helpline 24/7 888-688-2264
Oregon Military Assistance Helpline 800-511-6944
Military Helpline 888-457-4838 or text mil1 to 839863
Central Oregon Veterans Ranch www.centraloregonveteransranch.org
Make the Connection www.maketheconnection.net
Vet Center 1-877-927-8387 or www.vetcenter.va.gov
Help for Homeless Veterans 877-424-3838 or www.va.gov/homeless
Phone apps for help:
Moving Forward- problem solving skills for stress
My3 – safety plan and support during crisis
Virtual Hope Box – Coping, relaxation & positive thinking
Tactical Breather – Control physical & emotional stress
PTSD – Monitor and manage PTSD related symptoms
CBT-I – enhance sleep quality and duration