Educational Services for Children and Youth in Temporary Housing

Community Resources

 

Basic Needs Housing/Emergency Shelter Youth Specific
Numbers Education

 

Basic Needs

Catholic Community Services  541.345.3642

Food, clothing, housing, utility assistance, emergency help, immigration legal services

St. Vincent de Paul  541.689.6747

Emergency services, shelter, affordable housing, rental history repair

Womenspace Crisis Line 541.485.6513

Emergency services, information and support for women experiencing domestic violence

Bethel Health Center

Medical care for Bethel students and their younger siblings

Mental Health Services; contact your school counselor or the Bethel Health Center

Lane County Mental Health Resource List

DHS Resource Sheet 2019 English

DHS Hoja de Recursos 2019 Spanish

Food Resources in Bethel  2018 English

Alimenticios Recursos in Bethel 2018 Spanish

Housing and Emergency Shelter

First Place Family Center  541.342.7728

For families with children, daytime drop-in center, free laundry, housing help, food pantry

Homes for Good 541.682.3755

Lane County’s public housing agency, affordable housing, Section 8

The Eugene Mission  541.344.3251

Emergency shelter for men, women, and mothers with children. Zero tolerance for drugs and alcohol.

 

Youth Specific

Looking Glass  541.686.2688

Comprehensive services for youth, drug and alcohol treatment, homeless programs

New Roads Drop In Center  541.686.4310

Day services for homeless youth ages 16 to 21  including food, housing assistance and mental health services

Station 7   541.689.3111

Emergency shelter for youth ages 11-17

Ophelia’s Place   541.284.4333

Helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support

 

Numbers

Suicide Prevention Lifeline  1.800.273.8255

Free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7

YouthLine  877.968.8491 or Text 839863

YouthLine is a free, confidential teen-to-teen crisis and help line

White Bird  541.687.4000

Crisis intervention, mental health information and referral, and transportation assistance for people with mental health-related disabilities

Crisis Response Line 1.888.989.9990

Call if your child is experiencing a behavioral crisis/risk of danger or the situation can’t wait until tomorrow

 

Education

Bethel Family Resource Center 541.607.1449

Drop-in story times, Messy Art, Lego Club, Raising a Reader, science activities, parenting classes for ages 0-8 and their grown ups

Willamette High School College and Career Center 541.607.1474

Help applying for college, financial aid, and more – Mrs. Cameron @ christi.cameron@bethel.k12.or.us

 

 

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