Local Resources

Welcome to our Central Oregon resources page. We have included information about programs and help that is available to youth and families at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness. Help us keep it up-to-date! If you find any information that is out of date or links that aren’t working, please let us know – click here. This will help us help the community!

Youth (Under 18) Accessible

Addiction Rimrock Trails: Inpatient and outpatient services for youth up to 19 yo, Peer Support, Case Management services, Family Support, Treatment options covered by OHP.
Phone: 541-388-8459 (For all locations)
Website: www.rimrocktrails.org

Bend: 548 SW 13th St
Bend, OR 97702

Redmond: 215 SW 7th St
Redmond, OR 97756

Prineville: 446 NW 3rd, Ste. 104
Prineville, OR 97754

Employment / Education Youth Build: Heart of Oregon Corps: Youth ages 16-24 that need work, GED, or credit recovery assistance can apply for this program, hour requirement to be completed to receive the award, Offers GED and certification programs, as well as stable employment, can be paid to go to high school in order to complete.
Application hotline: 541-526-1380
Bend HQ: 541-633-7834 or 541-306-3703
email: info@heartoforegon.org
Website: heartoforegon.org

1291 NE 5th St. Buildings A & B
Bend, OR 97701
Serving Madras, Warm Springs, Prineville, Sisters, and Redmond

Mental HealthNAMI Youth-Line: Free teen-to-teen crisis support and helpline. Teens are available to help daily from 4-10 pm PT. Adults are available by phone at all other times.
Phone: 877-968-8491
Website: oregonyouthline.org Online chat available

Mental Health School-Based Health Center – Crook Kids Clinic: Mental Health & Wellness – Works with uninsured, underinsured, and self-pay. Provide treatment when you’re sick, pregnancy care, dental care, normal checkups, mental health, substance abuse help, and more.
Phone: 541-447-5664
Website: mosaicmedical.org/locations/

Mental Health Suicide and Crisis Line: 24/7 free & confidential support for people in distress – Prevention & crisis resources for you or your loved ones, Best practices for professionals in the United States.
Phone: 988 or 800-273-8255

Mentorship Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon: Mentorship for youth ages 8+ and support with social, academic and interpersonal relationships.
Phone: 541-312-6047
email: info@bbbsco.org
Website: bbbsco.org

Mentorship – Fathers Group: After school program on Wednesdays specific to African American children.
Phone: 541-668-3221
Website: thefathersgroup.org

Mentorship – Boys and Girls Club: Services for youth 5-18 to provide mentorship regarding academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Character & Leadership
Phone: 541-617-2877
500 NW Wall Street
Bend OR, 97703

Services Navigation Cascade Youth & Family Center – Basic Center: Prevention and Family Re-unification. Family Mediation, case management, family and youth support, emergency shelter. Connection to services within J Bar J and the community.
Phone: 541-382-0934
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/basic-center-program
email: cyfc@jbarj.org

Services NavigationEarly Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA): Support services to individuals ages 12-27, who suffer from the kind of psychosis that would lead to schizophrenia if left untreated. Serving Deschutes, Crook, And Jefferson Counties.
Phone: 541-213-6851
Website: www.deschutes.org/health/page/early-assessment-and-support-alliance-easa
email: intensiveyouthservices@deschutes.org

Services NavigationFamily Access Network (FAN): Connect children and families with resources like housing, supplies, scholarship, etc.
Phone: 541-693-5675
Website: familyaccessnetwork.org

Main Office: 2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701

Services NavigationJ Bar J Youth Services Street Outreach: Provides support in navigating systems and resources for young adults and minors.
Phone: 541-389-1409
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/street-outreach

Services NavigationWraparound: Wraparound care for children and youth with mental health needs, works with OHP.
Phone: 541-213-6851
Website: www.deschutes.org/health/page/wraparound
email: intensiveyouthservices@deschutes.org

Transitional Living – Grandma’s House: 24 hour hotline, 24/7 access and hours of operation, Emergency shelter for youth who are pregnant or parenting ages, Case management services, Family mediation, Basic Needs, Educational and Employment support, In house life skills, parenting classes and addiction groups, Referrals to Coordinated Entry, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome.
Phone: 541-383-3515
Website: grandmashouseofco.org
email: grandma@grandmashouseofco.org

1600 NE Rumgay Ln
Bend, OR 97702

Transitional LivingCascade Youth & Family Center – Living Options For Teens (LOFT): 24 hour hotline, 24/7 access and hours of operation, Emergency shelter for youth 16-22yo, Drop In Services, Case management services, Family mediation, Referrals to long term shelter at J Bar J’s LOFT /TLP, Basic Needs Educational and Employment support, In house life skills and addiction groups, Referrals to Host Home options, Referrals to Coordinated Entry, Self-referrals welcome.
Phone: 800-660-0934
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org

19 SW Century Drive
Bend Oregon 97702

Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous: 24/7 helpline
Phone: 541-548-0440

Best Care: Residential drug and alcohol treatment, drug and alcohol detox, Treatment options covered by OHP, Peer Support, Case Management services, Family Support.
Phone: 541-504-9577 or 541-617-7365
Website: www.bestcaretreatment.org

Bend Outpatient Treatment: 908 NE 4th St. Suite 100,
Bend, OR 97701
Serving Redmond, Bend, Madras, and Prineville.

Brooks Respite Services: Assisted detox, inpatient services.
Phone: 541-316-7520 or 541-504-9577 for residential
Website: brooksrrc.org
Serving Redmond.

Ideal Option: Outpatient addiction services, withdrawl support, accepts medicade/medicare and does payment plans.
Phone: 877-522-1275
Website: idealoption.com/suboxone-clinics/bend

404 NE Penn Ave
Bend, OR 97701
Mon-Thur 7:30-6

Rimrock Trails: Inpatient and outpatient services for youth up to 19 yo, Peer Support, Case Management services, Family Support, Treatment options covered by OHP.
Phone: 541-388-8459 (For all locations)
Website: www.rimrocktrails.org

Bend: 548 SW 13th St
Bend, OR 97702

Redmond: 215 SW 7th St
Redmond, OR 97756

Prineville: 446 NW 3rd, Ste. 104
Prineville, OR 97754

Madras Gospel Mission: Recovery Discipleship Program in Madras.
Phone: 541-325-6559

63 Southeast 11th Street
Madras, OR 97741

Narcotics Anonymous: 24/7 helpline
Phone: 541-416-2146

Turning Points: Inpatient and outpatient services for youth 18-up, Peer Support, Case Management services, Family Support, Sober Living, Treatment options covered by OHP.
Phone: 541-360-4446
email: contact@turningpointsrs.org
Website: turningpointsrs.org

389 SW Scalehouse Ct Suite 130
Bend, Oregon 97701
Mon-Thur 9-5, Fri 9-3
Serving Bend & Prineville.

Basic Needs

Bethlehem Inn: High barrier emergency shelter for up to 90 days for youth 18-up, adults, families Basic needs, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome, Referrals to Coordinated Entry.
Phone: 541-389-2820

Grandma’s House: 24 hour hotline, 24/7 access and hours of operation, Emergency shelter for youth who are pregnant or parenting ages16-22yo, Case management services, Family mediation, Referrals to long term shelter at J Bar J’s MGH, Basic Needs, Educational and Employment support, In house life skills, parenting classes and addiction groups, referrals to Host Home options, Referrals to Coordinated Entry, Self-referrals welcome, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome.
Phone: 541-383-3515
Website: grandmashouseofco.org
email: grandma@grandmashouseofco.org

1600 NE Rumgay Ln
Bend, OR 97702

J Bar J Street Outreach: Youth under the age of 25 who are experiencing homelessness- provides blankets, tents, heaters, food, water, clothing, and other basic items, Support in transportation, school, medical, dental, DHS, employment assistance and other needs
Phone: 800-660-0934

Jericho Housing (Redmond): Will provide tents, sleeping bags, propane and other resources to those unhoused.
Phone: 541-699-2099

REACH: Support houseless individuals with access to critical resources and referrals to local agencies which may include delivery of mail, medical and health services, transportation support, employment placement, and items such as sleeping bags and tents.
Phone: 425-765-1782
Website: reachoutcentraloregon.org
email: reachoutccentraloregon@gmail.com

Saving Grace: 24 hour help-line, housing for domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault survivors and their children at undisclosed locations with a screening process, case management, legal counseling, food & necessities provided.
Phone: 541-382-9227

1004 NW Milwaukee Ave Suite 100
Bend, OR 97703

Clothing

COVO (Central Oregon Veterans Outreach): Clothing closet, let staff know what you need and they will collect it for you, mostly mens clothing, some kids clothes.
Phone: 541-383-2793

61510 S Hwy 97 #100
Bend, OR 97702
Hours: Mon-Fri 9-4

Bethlehem Inn Bend: Clothing closet, mostly adult clothing and seasonal.
Phone: 541-322-8768

3705 N Hwy 97
Bend, OR 97701
Hours: Everyday from 2-5

Humane Society Thrift Store: Vouchers for clothing up to $30, 1 every 6 months.
Phone: 541-388-3448

61220 S Hwy 97
Bend, OR 97702
Hours: Sun-Sat 10-6

Full Circle (Redmond): Clothing and other personal items.
Phone: 541-548-5940

210 SW Reindeer Ave
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Wed 1-4, Thur/Fri 10-4

Grandma’s House: Women’s and baby clothing
Phone: 541-383-3515

1600 NE Rumgay Rd
Bend, OR 97701
Call for appointment

J Bar J Youth Services Street Outreach: Some clothing
Phone: 541-389-1409

2330 NE Division St
Bend, OR 97701
Call for appointment

Daycare

Head Start: Quality pre-kindergarten education, Health and dental care, Family Support, serving children 3-5, Family support, Weekly Home visitation, Educational & Health Assessments
Monthly, socializations/playgroups.
Serving Bend, Redmond, La Pine, and Prineville
541-548-2380

Find Childcare Oregon: Online resource for finding open childcare in Oregon, Includes low-cost/ low-income.
211 or 866-698-6155
children@211info.org

Mountain Star Family Relief Nursery: Peer mentorship and case management for low income families, Daycare, Early childhood program, Outreach program, Preschool.

Bend: 541-322-6820
2125 NE Daggett Ln
Bend OR 97701

Redmond: 541-527-1025
2724 SW Timber Ave
Redmond, OR 97756

Madras: 541-475-2537
122 NE 10th Street
Madras, OR 97741

Prineville: 541-416-0146
430 NW 4th Street
Prineville, OR 97754

La Pine: 541-213-6502
PO Box 3291
La Pine, OR 97739

ODS Self Sufficiency Office: Help with food benefits (SNAP), cash for families (TANF), child care assistance, refugee services, and domestic violence.​​

Bend: 541-388-6010
1300 NW Wall St, Suite 101
Bend, OR 97703

Redmond: 541-548-5547
2158 SE College Loop, Suite A
Redmond, OR 97756

La Pine: 541-536-5380
16493 Bluewood Place
La Pine OR 97739

Employment Related Daycare: Helps working families pay for child care, including registration fees with a co-pay, helps find suitable child-care options, application needed.
211
SSP.StatewideWorkshare@o​dhsoha.oregon.gov

Domestic Violence

Cascade Youth & Family Center: Crisis intervention and emergency shelter for minors escaping domestic abuse who are too young to stay unaccompanied in adult shelters, and into young adulthood.
Phone: 541-382-0934
24 Hour Hotline: 800-660-0634
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/basic-center-program
email: cyfc@jbarj.org

Grandma’s House: Crisis intervention and emergency shelter for pregnant or parenting minors escaping domestic abuse who are too young to stay unaccompanied in adult shelters, and into young adulthood.
Phone: 541-383-3515
Website: grandmashouseofco.org
email: grandma@grandmashouseofco.org

1600 NE Rumgay Ln
Bend, OR 97702

KIDS Center: Child abuse evaluation and treatment center.
Phone: 541.383.5958
Website: www.kidscenter.org
email: info@kidscenter.org

1375 NW Kingston Ave.,
Bend OR, 97703

Saving Grace: Services for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.
Website: saving-grace.org
Phone: 541-382-9227

Central Office: 1004 NW Milwaukee Ave.
Bend, OR 97703

Emergency Housing

at: project: Case management, housing support, shelter and support for survivors of labor and sex trafficking.
Phone:  541-647-0658
Website: at-project.org

Bethlehem Inn: High barrier emergency shelter for up to 90 days for youth 18-up, adults, families Basic needs, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome, Referrals to Coordinated Entry.
email: info@bethleheminn.org

Bend: 541-389-2820
3705 N. Highway 97
Bend, OR 97703

Redmond: 541-699-1272
517 NW Birch Ave
Redmond, OR 97756

Cascade Youth & Family Center – Emergency Shelter: 24 hour hotline, 24/7 access and hours of operation, Emergency shelter for youth 16-22yo, Drop In Services, Case management services, Family mediation, Referrals to long term shelter at J Bar J’s LOFT /TLP, Basic Needs Educational and Employment support, In house life skills and addiction groups, Referrals to Host Home options, Referrals to Coordinated Entry, Self-referrals welcome.
Phone: 800-660-0934
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org

19 SW Century Drive
Bend Oregon 97702

Cascade Youth & Family Center – Basic Center: Prevention and Family Re-unification. Family Mediation, case management, family and youth support, emergency shelter.
Phone: 541-382-0934
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/basic-center-program
email: cyfc@jbarj.org

Dawn’s House: Sober living shelter for women.
Phone: 541-410-6065

62024 Dean Swift Rd
Bend, OR 97701

Grandma’s House: 24 hour hotline, 24/7 access and hours of operation, Emergency shelter for youth who are pregnant or parenting ages 16-22yo, Case management services, Family mediation, Referrals to long term shelter at J Bar J’s GMH, Basic Needs, Educational and Employment support, In house life skills, parenting classes and addiction groups, referrals to Host Home options, Referrals to Coordinated Entry, Self-referrals welcome, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome.
Phone: 541-383-3515
Website: grandmashouseofco.org
email: grandma@grandmashouseofco.org

1600 NE Rumgay Ln
Bend, OR 97702

House of Hope Ministries (Redmond): Shared sober housing. Basic needs assistance including housing, food, showers, laundry, bathrooms, computer/Internet access, library, and a place to talk.
Phone: 541-390-1594

724 SW 14th St.
Redmond, OR 97756

NeighborImpact’s Family Shelter: Drug/alcohol free program, need to pass a background check, only for those with children under 18yrs old, case management services.
Phone: 541-385-0301

Saving Grace: 24 hour help-line, housing for domestic violence, stalking or sexual assault survivors and their children at undisclosed locations with a screening process, case management, legal counseling, food & necessities provided.
Phone: 541-382-9227

1004 NW Milwaukee Ave Suite 100
Bend, OR 97703

Shepherd’s House Ministries: High barrier emergency shelter for up to 90 days for youth 18-up, adults/ families, Self-referrals and walk-ins welcome, Referrals to Coordinated Entry.

1854 NE Division St.
Bend, OR 97701
6-10 pm drop in time

Warming Shelter List – Homeless Leadership Coalition: HLC Keeps the most up-to-date list of emergency warming & low barrier shelters throughout Central Oregon.
Website: cohomeless.org/winter-shelter-listing

Employment & Education

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC) -Alternative Education: Paid supportive internships, GED/ diploma completion and internships.
Phone: Workforce: 541-419-3873, Education: 541-706-1458

1645 NE Forbes Rd. Ste 108
Bend OR 97701
Serving Bend, Redmond, Prineville, and Madras.

Youth Build: Heart of Oregon Corps: Youth ages 16-24 that need work, GED, or credit recovery assistance can apply for this program, hour requirement to be completed to receive the award, Offers GED and certification programs, as well as stable employment, can be paid to go to high school in order to complete.
Application hotline: 541-526-1380
Bend HQ: 541-633-7834 or 541-306-3703
email: info@heartoforegon.org
Website: heartoforegon.org

1291 NE 5th St. Buildings A & B
Bend, OR 97701
Serving Madras, Warm Springs, Prineville, Sisters, and Redmond

Youth Career Connect: Internship opportunities for high school and college age students, and extensive online resources for young people entering the workforce.
Website: youthcareerconnect.org

Food Pantry

ODS Self Sufficiency Office: Help with food benefits (SNAP), cash for families (TANF), child care assistance, refugee services, and domestic violence.​​

Bend: 541-388-6010
1300 NW Wall St, Suite 101
Bend, OR 97703

Redmond: 541-548-5547
2158 SE College Loop, Suite A
Redmond, OR 97756

La Pine: 541-536-5380
16493 Bluewood Place
La Pine OR 97739

Bend – COCC Mobile Pantry: Fresh produce and mobile food pantry
Phone: 541-323-6520

COCC Barber Library Parking Lot
2600 NW College Way
Bend, OR 97701
Hours: 2nd Tuesday of each month 3:30-4:30

Bend – Eagle Mountain Church: Food Market
Phone: 541-312-9345

2221 NE 3rd St (Lower Level),
Bend, OR 97701
Hours: 1st Monday of each month 1:30 p.m.

Bend – Family Kitchen: Hot meals and sometimes there are small food pantry items.
Phone: 541-382-5542

231 NW Idaho Avenue
Bend OR 97701
Hours:
Lunch Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30am-12:30pm.
Lunch Saturday 11:00am-12:30pm.
Dinner Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 4:30pm-6:30pm.
Sunday community buffet 11-1.

Bend – The Giving Plate: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-797-6883

1245 SE 3RD St. C7
Bend, OR 97702
Hours: Thur/Fri 10-4, Sat 10-2

Bend – Nativity Lutheran Food Distribution: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-388-0765

60850 Brosterhouse Road
Bend, OR 97701
Hours: Tue 12:30-3

Bend – Open Door Cafe @ Bend Methodist Church: Hot meals, food pantry.
Phone: 541-382-1672

680 NW Bond St
Bend OR 97703
Hours: Wed 8-10

Bend – Salvation Army Bend: Food Pantry
Website: bend.salvationarmy.org/bend_corps/cure-hunger
Phone: 541-389-8888

541 NE Dekalb Avenue
Bend, Oregon 97701 
Hours: Tue & Thur 9-4

Bend – Shepherd’s House Ministries: Hot meals, food pantry.
Phone: 541-388-2096

1854 NE Division Street
Bend OR 97701
Hours: Mon-Sat 12-1

Bend – St Vincent de Paul of Bend: Food Pantry, can shop based on family size, can offer support and guidance towards other non-food related resources in the area.
Phone: 541-389-6643

950 SE 3rd St # B
Bend, OR 97702
Hours: Tue/Wed/Thur 10-2, Mon 10-2 & 3-6

Bend – Water Church: Food pantry

21300 Bear Creek Road
Bend, OR 97701
Hours: Sun 11:30-12:30

Bend – Westside Church: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-382-7504

2051 Shevlin Park Road
Bend, OR 97703
Hours: 4th Monday of each month 1:30pm-2:30pm

Madras – Jefferson County Food Bank: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-475-3344

556 SE Seventh Street
Madras, OR 97741
Hours: Tues 1:30-5

Madras Community Food Pantry: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-475-2150

49 N.E. 12th Street
Madras, OR 97741
Hours: Wed-Thurs 10am-1pm
4th Thursdays 4-6pm
4th Saturdays 10am-12pm

Madras Mobile Pantry: Mobile pantry
Phone: 541-323-6520

860 SW Madison St
Madras, OR 97741
Hours: 1st Fri 11:30-12:30

Prineville – FBC Food Pantry: Food delivery program
Phone: 541-447-7717

450 SE Fairview St
Prineville, OR 97754
Hours: Last two Mons of the month 10-noon

Prineville – St. Vincent de Paul Society of Crook County: Food Pantry, fill out a food order that will be packed for you.
Phone: 541-447-7662

1103 NE Elm St Suite 140
Prineville, OR 97754
Hours: Tues/Thurs 1-2 & Wed 5-6

Redmond – Jericho Table: Hot meals catered and served, Fridays 9:30-11 staff take non-perishables out to Antler Ave east in Redmond.
Phone: 541-699-2099

205 NW 4th St.
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Mon-Sat 5:00-5:30

Redmond – Lavender Thrift Food Pantry: Food pantry
Phone: 541-390-1594

724 SW 14th St
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Mon & Thur 12:30-3

Redmond – Neighborimpact: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-548-2380

S 1st St
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30

Redmond Assembly of God: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-548-4555

1865 West Antler Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: First Wed of the month 1:30

Redmond Community Church: Food pantry
Phone: 541-923-3023

237 NW 9th Street
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Thur 1-3

Redmond Mobile Pantry: Mobile Pantry

Redmond High School
675 SW Rimrock Way
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Between 3:00pm – 4:30 pm on the first and third Thursday of each month

Redmond – Seventh Day Adventist Center: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-923-0301

945 SW Glacier Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Tue 10-2

Redmond – St Vincent De Paul: Food Pantry
Phone: 541-923-5264

651 SW Veteran’s Way
Redmond, OR 97756
Hours: Wed/Thur 10-2

Sisters – Sisters Kiwanis Food Bank: Food Pantry, fill out a food order that will be packed for you, can shop from the front room.
Phone: 541-410-8688

328 W Main Ave
Sisters, OR 97759
Hours: Thur 9-2

Medical and Dental

Advantage Dental: Dental services, works with OHP.
Phone: 866-268-9631

Mosaic Medical: Medical services and wellness, works with OHP
Phone: 541-383-3005

Locations in Bend, Redmond, Madras, and Prineville
Find Locations: mosaicmedical.org/locations

Planned Parenthood: Health exams, sexual health, education and more.
Phone: 888-875-7820

2330 NE Division St Suite 7 Suite 7
Bend, OR 97703

A Smile For Kids: Providing orthodontic treatment to under-served Oregon children throughout Oregon. 
Phone: 541-233-7607

Volunteers in Medicine Cascade Clinic: General practice doctors, specialists, minor surgery, some counseling and more only for people who do not have insurance, maximum monthly income to be eligible.
Phone: 541-330-9001

2300 NE Neff Road
Bend, OR 97701

Mental Health

Best Care – Crook County community mental health provider: Crook County’s designated community mental health provider committed to to providing addiction treatment services for adults 18 and over throughout Oregon.
Phone: 541-323-5330

Bright Ways: Mental health medication management, Individual, family, & relationship therapy, Whole-person care approach.
Phone: 541-904-5216

Redmond: 7515 Falcon Crest Dr.
Redmond, OR 97756

Bend: 1435 NE 4th Street
Bend, OR 97701

Crook County Behavioral Health: Access point for many mental and general health services – OHP recipients can receive services for free, others will be referred to other programs or processed via ability to pay.
Phone: 541-447-5165

375 NW Beaver St, Ste. 100
Prineville, OR 97754

David Romprey Warmline: Available 9am-11pm daily, Confidential and non-judgemental peer support, Not for a crisis, but for when you could really use someone to talk things through with.
Phone: 800-698-1633

Deschutes County Behavioral Health: Access point for many mental and general health services – OHP recipients can receive services for free, others will be referred to other programs or processed via ability to pay.
Phone: 541-322-7500

2577 NE Courtney Dr.
Bend, OR 97701

Deschutes County Stabilization Center: 24/7 crisis call line, walk in welcome, OHP not needed, provides crisis services, planning, assessment, and stabilization.
Phone: Crisis: 541-322-7500 x9, Non-Emergency: 541-585-7210

63311 NE Jamison St
Bend, OR 97703

Jefferson County Behavioral Health: Access point for many mental and general health services – OHP recipients can receive services for free, others will be referred to other programs or processed via ability to pay.
Phone: 541-475-6575

850 SW 4th Street, Suite 302
Madras, OR 97741

KIDS Center: Child abuse evaluation and treatment center.
Website: www.kidscenter.org

NAMI Central Oregon Connections Peer Support Group: free, peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition to anyone over 18, via zoom.
Phone: 503-230-8009
Monday from 7 – 9PM via Zoom

NAMI Crisis Line:  Chat-line, resource referrals, support groups, classes, and more offered in your areas at no charge.
Phone: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
email: helpline@nami.org

NAMI Youth-Line: Free teen-to-teen crisis support and helpline. Teens are available to help daily from 4-10 pm PT. Adults are available by phone at all other times.
Phone: 877-968-8491
Website: oregonyouthline.org Online chat available

OSU Cascades Free Counseling Clinic: Graduate/internship students providing in-person and virtual counseling services to Oregon residents, limited spot available must make a reservation.
Phone: 541-322-2047
email: cascades.counseling@osucascades.edu 

School-Based Health Center – Crook Kids Clinic: Mental Health & Wellness – Works with uninsured, underinsured, and self-pay. Provide treatment when you’re sick, pregnancy care, dental care, normal checkups, mental health, substance abuse help, and more.
Phone: 541-447-5664
Website: mosaicmedical.org/locations/

Suicide and Crisis Line: 24/7 free & confidential support for people in distress – Prevention & crisis resources for you or your loved ones, Best practices for professionals in the United States.
Phone: 988 or 800-273-8255

Youth Villages: Wellness services, therapy levels from weekly meetings to community based support.
Phone: 541-516-6331
Website: youthvillages.org/about-us/locations/oregon

1900 NE Division St. Suite 201
Bend, OR 97701

Warm Springs Community Counseling: Free mental health services to youth and adults for any Tribal member, person married into the Tribe, Tribal employee, Native American, or person living on the Warm Springs Reservation.
Phone: 541-553-1161

1233 Veterans Street
PO Box C
Warm Springs, OR 97761

Voices, Visions, and Beliefs Online Support Group: Support groups for those hearing voices or loved ones, geared toward youth 18-24, virtual meetings.

Mondays from 6pm-8pm PT via Zoom

Mentorship

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon: Mentorship for youth ages 8+ and support with social, academic and interpersonal relationships.
Phone: 541-312-6047
email: info@bbbsco.org
Website: bbbsco.org

Boys and Girls Club: Services for youth 5-18 to provide mentorship regarding academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Character & Leadership
Phone: 541-617-2877
500 NW Wall Street
Bend OR, 97703

Family Resource Center: Programming, education, and resources for parents raising children.
Website: frconline.org

Fathers Group: After school program on Wednesdays specific to African American children.
Phone: 541-668-3221
Website: thefathersgroup.org

Kindred Connections: Providing families in crisis with mentoring relationships for parents and temporary housing for children. Connecting families with needed support during a time of challenge.
Phone: 541-316-0890
Website: kindred-connections.org

Pet Care

Companion Animal Medical Project: Provide preventative and short-term veterinary care, Dog/ cat food assistance, Spay and neuter, Pet retention/ return to owner services, Wellness exams and CORE vaccinations, Emergency medical care
Must live in Jefferson, Crook, or Deschutes County and currently experiencing homelessness as defined by HUD.
Phone: 541-728-3429
Website: campclinics.org
email: campveterinaryservices@gmail.com

Pets of the Homeless: Feed and provide basic emergency veterinary care to pets of the homeless, Emergency veterinary care/Pet food, Locate homeless shelters that allow pets, Wellness clinics, Refer to other organizations that may be able to help with other individual needs.
Phone: 775-841-7463
email: info@petsofthehomeless.org

Rental Assistance

J Bar J Housing Assistance: Working with individuals experiencing homelessness in order to assist them in accessing housing.
Website contact form: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/get-help-with-housing

Jericho Housing (Redmond): Rental assistance through an application process, must live in Redmond School District boundaries.
Phone: 541-699-2099

Neighbor Impact: Regional offices offering Short-term rental assistance, Eviction prevention, Coordinated Entry refferral to their RRH/PSH programs, Serving Bend and Redmond.
Phone: 541-548-2380
email: info@neighborimpact.org

Bend Office – All Services
20310 Empire Ave, #A100
Bend, OR 97703

Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program: Serves renters making less than 80% of median income, have financial hardship and are at risk of homelessness.
Phone: 211 or 503-288-0130

Thrive: Provides support in navigating systems and resources regarding: Housing, Food, Shelter, Health care and insurance, Employment, Disability support, SSI/SSD, Senior support.
Phone: 541-728-1022
Website: thrivecentraloregon.org
email: info@thrivecentraloregon.org

405 SW 6th St., Suite A
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Drop in hours:
Mon/Fri 10-1 downtown Bend library, 1-4 Redmond library.
Tue 9-3 Neighbor-Impact office Madras, 10-1 Crook county library Prineville, 2-5 Canal Commons Bend.
Thu 11-12 La Pine senior center, 1-4 La Pine & Redmond library, 1-4 downtown Bend library.

Services Navigation

211: Call to connect with resources in your area ranging from mental health, employment, education, etc.
Phone: 211 or 866-698-6155

Cascade Youth & Family Center – Basic Center: Prevention and Family Re-unification. Family Mediation, case management, family and youth support, emergency shelter. Connection to services within J Bar J and the community.
Phone: 541-382-0934
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/basic-center-program
email: cyfc@jbarj.org

Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA): Support services to individuals ages 12-27, who suffer from the kind of psychosis that would lead to schizophrenia if left untreated. Serving Deschutes, Crook, And Jefferson Counties.
Phone: 541-213-6851
Website: www.deschutes.org/health/page/early-assessment-and-support-alliance-easa
email: intensiveyouthservices@deschutes.org

Family Access Network (FAN): Connect children and families with resources like housing, supplies, scholarship, etc.
Phone: 541-693-5675
Website: familyaccessnetwork.org

Main Office: 2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701

Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Program: Provides information about resources, connects clients and families with existing programs and facilitates the development of needed services.
Phone: 541-322-7554
Website: deschutes.org/health/page/intellectualdevelopmental-disabilities-program

1340 NW Wall Street
Bend, OR 97703

J Bar J Youth Services Street Outreach: Provides support in navigating systems and resources for young adults and minors.
Phone: 541-389-1409
Website: cascadeyouthandfamilycenter.org/our-programs/street-outreach

Kindred Connections: Providing families in crisis with mentoring relationships for parents and temporary housing for children. Connecting families with needed support during a time of challenge.
Phone: 541-316-0890
Website: kindred-connections.org

REACH: Support houseless individuals with access to critical resources and referrals to local agencies which may include delivery of mail, medical and health services, transportation support, employment placement, and items such as sleeping bags and tents.
Phone: 425-765-1782
Website: reachoutcentraloregon.org
email: reachoutccentraloregon@gmail.com

Thrive: Provides support in navigating systems and resources regarding: Housing, Food, Shelter, Health care and insurance, Employment, Disability support, SSI/SSD, Senior support.
Phone: 541-728-1022
Website: thrivecentraloregon.org
email: info@thrivecentraloregon.org

405 SW 6th St., Suite A
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Drop in hours:
Mon/Fri 10-1 downtown Bend library, 1-4 Redmond library.
Tue 9-3 Neighbor-Impact office Madras, 10-1 Crook county library Prineville, 2-5 Canal Commons Bend.
Thu 11-12 La Pine senior center, 1-4 La Pine & Redmond library, 1-4 downtown Bend library.

Wraparound: Wraparound care for children and youth with mental health needs, works with OHP.
Phone: 541-213-6851
Website: www.deschutes.org/health/page/wraparound
email: intensiveyouthservices@deschutes.org

Young Adults in Transition (YAT): Provides services for youth 14-24 residing in Deschutes county with access to resources like mental health, vocational support and more, services billed to OHP in a sliding scale.
Phone: 541-213-6851
Website: https://www.deschutes.org/health/page/young-adults-transition-yat
email: intensiveyouthservices@deschutes.org

Utility Assistance

Bend Water & Sewer One Time Payment Assistance: City of Bend water/sewer customers may be eligible for a one-time bill credit of up to $150 to be applied to their City utility account (water, wastewater and/or stormwater charges) if they have an overdue account or meet income restraints.
Phone: 541-504-2155
email: ea@neighborimpact.org

Bend Broadband Affordable Connectivity Program: Helping low-income households afford high-speed Internet service.
Website: hellotds.com/support/account/affordable-connectivity-program.html
Check Eligibility: www.affordableconnectivity.gov  

Cascade Natural Gas Oregon Energy Discount Program: Qualifying Cascade Natural Gas Oregon customers may receive a discount on their bill. 
Website: www.cngc.com/customer-service/low-income-assistance-programs
Phone: 888-522-1130

NeighborImpact: Short-term rental assistance, Eviction prevention, Coordinated Entry referral to their RRH/PSH programs.
Phone: 541-548-2380
email: info@neighborimpact.org

Bend Office – All Services
20310 Empire Ave, #A100
Bend, OR 97703