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Counseling/Mediation

The ARC of Jackson County

541-779-1282
1003 W Main St.
Medford, OR 97501
Services: Residential In-patient Program, Out-Patient Programs , Gambling Addiction Program, Aftercare Program, Chronic Pain Management and Addiction Program, Intervention Services,DUII Services, Adult Drug Court and Community Family Court, Child Welfare Referred Transition Housing, Walk-in Sobering Services, Employee Assistance Services, Urinalysis Testing
Eligibility: Determined upon assessment. OHP and other insurance is accepted. They will work with you on a payment plan.



Birthright of Medford, Inc

541-772-5971
Crisis Line: 1-800-550-4900
328 S. Central Ave.
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: 10am-1pm M, T, W, and F
Services: Free counseling services for pregnant women
Eligibility: All pregnant women



Centerpoint Employee Assistance and Development

541-245-0789
866-287-0789

801 O'Hare Parkway, #101
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Services: Offer a variety of job assistance and skill building resources including leadership and organizational development, professional coaching, facilitation, team-building, training, human resources management, mediation, career consulting and outplacement, critical incident stress management, and mental health counseling.
Eligibility: None



Child Welfare

Oregon State Department of Human Services

541-776-6120
909 Royal Court Street>
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F.
Services: Specialized counseling and therapy for adults, families, children and adolescents. Individual, group and family therapy provided. Cost of services is based on a sliding scale.
Eligibility: Residents of Jackson County.



Community Works

541-779-2393
HELPLINE (Resource Directory and rape crisis hotline) 541 -779-4357
Domestic Violence Council 541-774-4988
900 E Main Street
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Services:
The Dunn House- Food, clothing, support, education about domestic violence, safety planning, resource referrals and emergency transportation are available (541-779-4357)
Eligibility: for women and children who are escaping domestic violence
Youth Emergency Shelter-case management, counseling substance abuse treatment available through school, life skills and job search skills (541-779-2393 X221)
Eligibility: Homeless and runaway youth ages 11-17 that are not a ward of the state
Treatment Foster care services- Children are placed in foster care homes and also receive case management, counseling, substance abuse treatment through school, life skills and job search skills. (541-973-5293)
Eligibility: Youth ages 13-18 who are not a ward of the state
Transitional Living Program- Youth that live independently receive assistance with counseling, life skills and job search skills (541-779-2393 X 223)
Eligibility: Youth ages16-21
Independent Living Program- Youth receive educational and employment assistance, housing assistance, and life skills training. (541-779-2393)
Eligibility: Youth, 14+ who are or were in foster care need a referral from and must be in the custody of DHS or need to have an open, voluntary case with DHS after wardship has been dismissed



Counseling and Mediation

541-776-9166
1040 Crater Lake Ave Ste. B
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: Vary
Services: Counseling for anxiety disorders and addictions, community and family mediation, mixed gender process therapy group, grief counseling.
Eligibility: None



Rogue Valley Manor Community Services

Foster Grandparents Program

541-857-7780
1045 Ellendale
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: Vary
Services: Mentoring program for adults 55+ to work with youth in a variety of afterschool programs
Eligibility: Call for more information



Help Now

541-732-1911
33 N. Central Avenue
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: M-F 9am-5pm
Services: Assist with removing barriers and provide mediation between individuals and businesses, agencies or other individuals.
Eligibility: None



Jackson County Health and Human Services

541-774-8200
1005 East Main St. Building A
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Services:
  • Treatment for alcohol and drug dependency
  • Commission on children and families
  • Services for individuals with developmental disabilities
  • Healthy Start Program for infants and new parents
  • Mental and Public health services
  • WIC- nutritional program for women, infants and children
  • Vital Links Program- support and outreach for pregnant women and mothers. (Includes Safe Place food and clothing bank.)
Eligibility: OR residents covered under Oregon Health Plan Insurance



Jackson County Mental Health

541-776-8201
1005 East Main Building B
Medford, OR 97504
Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Services: Provides information, referrals, screening and treatment for mental health conditions; as well as crisis intervention.
Eligibility: OR residents covered under Oregon Health Plan Insurance.



Kolpia Counseling Services

541-779-5866
111 Genesee
Medford, OR 97504
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541-482-1718
611 Siskiyou Blvd Ste. 8
Ashland, OR 97520

Hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Thurs., 9am-2pm Fri.
Services: Chemical dependency, DUI and mental health counseling
Eligibility: anyone is eligible, insurance accepted



Mediation Works

541-770-2468
33 North Central Avenue Ste. 219
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: 9am-5pm M-F
Services:
  • Family Mediation
  • Court Mediation (victim/offender)
  • Workplace mediation
  • Community Mediation
  • Peer Mediation
  • Youth offender restorative courses
  • Juvenile detention center classes
  • Mediation Training programs provided in schools, workplaces, communities
Eligibility: None



Mental Health America

Mental Health America - Oregon

Crisis Line: 1800-273-TALK
Services: Information on mental disorders, treatment, support groups and resources.



National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

541-774-7872
1005 E Main St.
Medford, OR Ste 105 Blding C
Hours: M-F 12pm-5pm
Services: Provide resources for people with mental illnesses, coordinate social activities and make referrals to support groups
Eligibility: Anyone with a mental illness



On Track, Inc.

541-772-1777
221 W. Main Street
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: 8am-7pm M-TH, 8am-5pm Fri.
Services: Counseling for drug and alcohol recovery, intensive outpatient, DUI, domestic violence, Family Connect (Program for parents whose children have been removed from the home).
Eligibility: Work with insurance and cost of services is determined on a sliding scale.



Rogue Valley Pregnancy Resource Center

541-772-1921 (24 hour hotline)
2019 Aero way Suite103
Medford, OR 97501
Hours: 10am-4pm M-Th
Services: Education, support and advocacy regarding pregnancy, parenting and life skills. Women and infant clothing provided with participation of programs.
Mom's club: Participate in one of the 5 week programs and receive a new car seat and a baby shower.
Eligibility: Any parent or expecting parent



Southern Oregon Child Study and Treatment Center

541-482-5792
1836 Freemont St.
Ashland, OR 97520
Hours: Vary
Services: Childrens' mental health support through inpatient, outpatient and residential programs
Eligibility: Children with mental health conditions. Services charged on a sliding scale. OHP and private insurance accepted.



WinterSpring Center for Loss and Grief

(541) 552-0620
Hours: M-F 9am-1pm
Services:
  • Bereavement groups
  • General Bereavement classes
  • Bereaved Parents group
  • Healing from Suicide group
  • Children's group
  • Mother Loss group
  • Family Divorce Support Program
  • School-based Teen groups
  • One-on-one support by trained volunteers for teens and adults dealing with life-threatening illness or bereavement
  • Community Bereavement Education
  • Semi-annual Educational Series for volunteers and community members
  • Speakers Bureau
  • Information & Referral
  • Resource Library of books and videos for clients; reading room for community members
  • Educational presentations to Businesses, Agencies, Schools and Community Groups
Eligibility: None



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