Family & Youth Program

Counseling for children & youth, drug rehab and support 


Henderson House

Temporary shelter for abused women and children

Support groups, Children’s groups, Assistance with restraining orders and court accompaniment

Juliette’s House

Child Abuse Assessment Center

Health assessment and counseling referrals

Clients need to be referred by law enforcement, DHS, or doctor

 

Legacy Hospice

Program of supportive care for persons with terminal illness and grief support groups

 

Lutheran Community Services

Counseling, Anger Management/Violence Prevention, Parenting classes,

Professional counselors serve children, adolescents, adults & families using a supportive, strength based approach.  Private payment on a sliding scale, Oregon Health Plan


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK

 

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic

Primary care, family planning, maternity care & dental care for low-income persons and migrant farm workers.

 

Yamhill 2-1-1

2-1-1 is an easy to remember phone number that connects individuals with resources in their community.

A partnership between Yamhill County Commission on Children & Families and

United Way of Mid-Willamette Valley

Staffed by trained information and referral specialists

Yamhill County Public Health

 Family planning, maternal child services, food handler services, immunizations, HIV etc.

Your Community Mediators of Yamhill County

Private, non-profit organization, no charge for services

Services include a Family Mediation Program that provides a safe setting and a team of mediators (teen and adult) who are trained to help family members communicate more effectively 

Youth Outreach

A variety of programs including emergency shelter for 11-17 years of age up to 21 days

Transitional housing opportunity for runaway and homeless between the ages of 18-21 for up to 18 months

Other Resources
Get more information on other resources available in Yamhill County including legal, medical, employment, counseling and many more services. You can also meet with your counselor for more information and additional services or referrals.