Trained professionals offering local support
COVID-19 has changed our lives in so many ways. It can be difficult for anyone. If you’re having trouble coping, you’re not alone and it may be time to reach out for support. Interpreter services available.
Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living
Peer-led counseling and support groups for people with disabilities.
Community Counseling Solutions
CCS has outreach workers who are trained to listen and provide support in times of struggle due to COVID-19. We will listen to your story. We can help with a referral, educational materials or other resources.
Call your local office to speak with an outreach worker.
- Arlington Office: (541) 454-2223
- Boardman Office: (541) 481-2911
- Condon Office: (541) 384-2666
- Fossil Office: (541) 763-2746
- Heppner Office: (541) 676-9161
- John Day Office (541) 575-1466
- Spanish line: (541) 676-9161 ext 4618
New Directions Northwest Inc.
New Directions Northwest, Inc. specializes in helping people with alcohol, drug and gaming addictions, mental health, developmental disabilities, and prevention services. If you or someone you know in Baker County is facing addiction, mental or behavioral health, or disability challenges.
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness
Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness offers a wide variety of behavioral health services, including individual, family and group therapy, gambling counseling, addictions treatment, 24/7 mobile crisis services, school counseling and developmental disabilities services. We are offering free and confidential counseling during COVID-19.
24/7 crisis line is 541-398-1175
Umatilla County Human Services
Umatilla County CARE Human Services provides addiction services, preventative resources and veteran support.
And during COVID-19 we are here to listen and support members of our community.
Call English: 541-379-3575
Call Spanish, Mayra Zepeda: 541-648-8601