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Off Campus Resources Lebanon

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CDHP provides this list of off campus resources as a courtesy to students so take a moment to explore community resources that include free and reduced-cost programs that are accessible to WesternU students such as food, mental health, medical care, assistive technology, and more! Please be mindful that CDHP does not endorse any of the organizations or services listed. It is important for students to read and understand any agreements involved in utilizing any of the listed resources. The university does not make and expressly disclaims any warranty, guarantee, or promise of any listed off campus resource. Students are under no obligation to use the resources listed.

  • 211 Oregon

    211 serves as a guide to help individuals and their families find support and resources related to health and human services within their community. The 211-call center is available 24 hours a day.

    Phone: 211

    Website

  • Albany Helping Hands

    Albany Helping Hands (AHH) provides year-round men’s and women’s shelter, transitional housing, three-meal-a-day kitchen, a home for mothers with children, and on the job training with (AHH) affiliates.

    Location:

    865 NW Reiman Ave.

    Corvallis, OR 97330

    Phone (541) 926-4036

    Website

  • Albany InReach Services

    Albany InReach Services provides free medical care to low-income adults with no insurance. The services provided include both medical and dental.

    Medical Location:

    1700 Geary Street SE, Suite 300

    Albany, OR 97322

    Phone: (541) 812-4059

    Dental Location:

    Boys & Girls Club of Albany

    1215 Hill Street SE

    Albany, OR 97322

    Phone: (541) 926-6666, ext. 257

    Website

  • Benton County Crisis Hotline

    Benton County offers various crisis lines to assist with mental health such as Counselor of the Day, Crisis Text Line, 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, CORE (Crisis, Outreach, Response, Engagement) and the Mobile Crisis Team. Each line assists individuals in the community experiencing a mental health crisis.

    Location:

    530 NW 27th St.

    Corvallis, OR 97330

    Phone: (541) 766-6835

    Website

  • Call-A-Ride Paratransit Service

    Call-A-Ride operates within the Albany City limits and is available to people of all ages with disabilities who are unable to access fixed bus services, and senior citizens 60 years of age or older.

    Phone: (541) 917-7770

    Website

  • Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence (CARDV)

    Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence (CARDV) provides services and support to those affected by sexual and domestic violence.

    Location:

    2208 SW 3rd St

    Corvallis, OR 97333

    Phone: (541) 758-0219

    Website

  • C.H.A.N.C.E.

    Communities Helping Addicts Negotiate Change Effectively (C.H.A.N.C.E) assists individuals who have mental health and or substance abuse related issues in their recovery.

    Location:

    365 S. Main St.

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541) 248-2750

    Website

  • Community Developmental Disability Program

    Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP) Linn County provides a variety of services to individuals experiencing intellectual or developmental disabilities. CDDP assists individuals with communication, mobility, transportation, and independent living.

    Location:

    Willamette Health Center

    2730 SE Pacific Blvd.

    PO Box 100

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 967-3890

    Website

  • Community Outreach, Inc.

    Community Outreach, Inc. offers a variety of services that assist individuals and their families with housing, dental, medical, mental health, substance abuse, and childcare.

    Location:

    865 NW Reiman Ave.

    Corvallis, OR 97330

    Phone: (541) 758-3000

    Website

  • Community Services Consortium

    Community Services Consortium (CSC) helps people looking for housing, households facing evictions, paying deposits, and tenant education.

    Location:

    250 SW Broadalbin, Suite 2A

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 928-6335

    Website

  • Fish of Albany

    Fish of Albany assists with emergency services such as clothing, transportation, medicine, food, and shelter.

    Location:

    1035 SE 2nd Avenue

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 928-4460

    Website

  • Lebanon Dial-A-Bus – LINX

    The Dial-a-Bus program provides curb-to-curb transportation for seniors, persons with disabilities and the public, within the Lebanon City limits. Same day ride accommodation is available when schedule allows. Ride services include social events, medical appointments, employment, and shopping.

    Phone: (541) 258-4920

    Website

  • Lebanon Soup Kitchen

    Lebanon Soup Kitchen, through the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), provides nutritious meals at no cost to those who need them.

    Location:

    170 East Grant Street

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541) 451-7667

    Website

  • Linn-Benton Housing Authority

    Linn-Benton Housing Authority helps individuals and their families with affordable housing. Aid includes assistance with Section 8 application, eviction prevention, affordable housing, and family self-sufficiency. Family self-sufficiency assists with connecting Section 8 participants with the resources that will enable them to achieve financial independence.

    Location:

    1250 Queen Ave SE

    Albany, OR 97322

    Phone: (541) 926-4497

    Website

  • Linn County – Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Problem Gambling

    Linn County offers treatment programs in Albany, Lebanon, Sweet Home, and Corvallis to individuals and their families seeking support, guidance, and the necessary resources to facilitate their recovery.

    Location:

    104 SW 4th Ave #238

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 451-5932 (Lebanon)

    Website

  • Linn County – Crisis Services

    Linn County offers various mental health services such as walk in clinics, risk evaluations, eligibility screening for Linn County Mental Health Services, telephone support, and pre-commitment hospital liaison assistance.

    Lebanon Location:

    1600 S Main St

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541) 451-5932

    Website

  • Linn County Sheriff’s Office

    The non-emergency number for the Linn County Sheriff’s Office is available 24/7.

    Location:

    1115 Jackson St. SE

    Albany, OR 97322

    Phone: (541) 967-3950 (non-emergency)

    Website

  • Obria Medical

    Obria Medical offers over a dozen services such as breast and cervical cancer screenings, family planning, STD/STI testing and treatment, and HPV Testing and Treatment.

    Location:

    136 W. Vine Street

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541) 258-3500

    Website

  • OregONEEligibility

    The state of Oregon offers the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and other programs that assist with medical, food, cash, and childcare. OregONEligibility requires one application to apply to all services instead of multiple applications for various services.

    Location:

    118 SE 2nd Ave

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (800) 699-9075

    Website

  • Oregon Employment Department

    The state of Oregon offers a variety of work source assistance programs through apprenticeships, work ready certificates, workshops, and job fairs.

    Location:

    875 Union St. NE

    Salem, OR 97311

    Phone: (541) 259-5787 (Lebanon)

    Website

  • River Center

    River Center assists with food, clothing, and lumber for firewood to families and individuals in need.

    Location:

    3000 S. Santiam Hwy

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541)451-1271

    Website

  • Safe + Strong

    Safe and Strong provides various helplines to assist individuals who are thinking of self-harm or harming others. Helpline assistance includes aide on racial equality, suicide prevention, military/veterans, trans, senior loneliness, and LGBTQIA+ youth.

    Phone: (800) 923-4357

    Website

  • St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry

    St. Vincent de Paul, through St. Edward Parish, provides needed items to the community such as food boxes, household items, furniture, rent, and utility assistance.

    Location:

    233 S 2nd St

    Lebanon, OR 97355

    Phone: (541) 258-5405

    Website

  • Temporary Assistance to Needy Families

    The Department of Human Services provides cash assistance to families in need through the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program. Benefit is issued through an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card to help meet basic family needs like food, clothing, rent, and utilities.

    Location:

    118 SE 2nd Ave

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 967-2078

    Website

  • Vocational Rehabilitation Services

    Vocational Rehab (VR) helps individuals with disabilities find jobs that match their skills, interests, and abilities. Each person who is determined eligible for support receives services that are essential to their employment success.

    Location:

    118 SE 2nd Ave

    Albany, OR 97321

    Phone: (541) 967-2022

    Website