Other Mental Health Resources

Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Daytime peer support group

Fridays, 2:30-4: 30 pm, Medford City Hall.
Call Carolyn for information  541-779-1669

CIT Training for Law Enforcement – Crisis Intervention Training (taught by Jackson County Mental Health, with participation from NAMI-SO)

CIT is a police-based pre-arrest jail diversion program. The program is designed to create a seamless link between law enforcement and emergency mental health services. CIT officers receive approximately 40 hours of training in areas including psychiatric disorders, substance abuse issues, de-escalation techniques and in legal issues related to mental health and substance abuse. In addition, the officers receive empathy training from individuals suffering from mental illness and gain exposure to the views and experiences of family members.

Drop-In Centers

Compass House (see website for referral process) 332 W 6th St. Medford
E-mail: info@socompasshouse.org    or     www.socompasshouse.org

The Union Drop-in Center 225 Hillcrest #8, Grants Pass

Jackson County Community Resources for Housing and Food
• Gospel Mission:  541-779-1597
• Goodwill:  541-772-3300
• St. Vincent DePaul:  541-772-3828
• Food and Friends, Meals on Wheels:  541-734-9505

Josephine County Community Resources for Housing and Food
• Gospel Rescue Mission:  541-476-0082
• Salvation Army: 541-955-1017
• St. Vincent DePaul Dining Room:  541-472-8579
• UCAN:  541-956-4050
• Josephine County Food Bank:  541-479-5556
• Food and Friends, Meals on Wheels:  541-734-9505

Community Resources for Alcohol and Drug Treatment
• Alcohol Anonymous:  541-474-0782
• Choices:  541-479-8847
• Adapt:  541-474- 1033
• Ontrack:  541-955-9227
• ARC:  541-779-1282
• SORCC:  541-826-2111 (veterans)

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous (DDA) Meetings

Addictions Recovery Center: 1025 E Main St, Medford, OR, Monday12:30 pmpm, CFC Room, Building B



NAMI National

NAMI Oregon

Jackson County Mental Health

Mental Health Resource and Education Network

Early Assessment and Support Alliance

211 Jackson County- dial 211 toll-free for health and community service resource information

Treatment Advocacy Center

United Way of Jackson County

Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Oregon

Rehab Center

Recall Report
Online resource with information on mental health. We feature information for specific demographics, including men, women, seniors, children, students, veterans, homeless and more. At the same time, we extensively cover a wide range of health conditions, including important topics like abuse, suicide, addiction, eating disorders, PTSD recovery and rehabilitation.


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