Health Care/Medication/Counseling

Health and Well Being Care


Michael G. Sucta, Sunriver: 541-480-1645


Alpine Chiropractic, Dr. Smith, La Pine: 536-3118

Goodman Chriopractic, Dr. Goodman, La Pine: 536-2451

Sunriver Chiropractic, Dr. Schill, Sunriver: 598-7271


Hayden Family Dentistry, Dr. Stephenson: 318-1564

Dr. Kallus, 536-2175
La Pine Dental, Dr. Moss: 536-2110

NW Dental Group, Dr. Yang: 536-0264

* Advantage Smiles for Kids (FAN or den
tist referral is required) 541-504-3911

La Pine Lions Club Dental Bus (free in some cases, all ages) - for info call:
Mary @ 536-3273 or John @ 419-9627

Early Intervention
and Special N

Early Intervention: 475-3770

Healthy Beginnings: 383-6357

Free child health & developmental screenings for children birth through 5 years old for children living in Deschutes County. Speech & Language, Motor Skills, Concepts, Health and Immunizations, Car Seat & General Safety, Emergency Preparedness, Dental, Behavior, Nutrition, Vision, Hearing and Literacy.
In La Pine, these screenings are held periodically at the La Pine Community Campus, next to the high school.

Ready Set Go: 749-2133

Central Oregon Down Syndrome
Resources Page:

From the 2-1-1 website:

2577 NE Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 322-7400 Main Phone

Central Oregon Down Syndrome Network
6390 SW Nighthawk Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
(541) 548-8559 Main Phone

Children's Special Recreation/Inclusion
200 NW Pacific Park Lane
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 389-7275 Main Phone

Klamath Falls Early Childhood Intervention
2858 Eberlein Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 885-4275

Klamath County Health Department

Birth Control, STD's, HIV/AIDS, Immunizations,
WIC, STARS, CaCoon and Babies First,
Tabacco Prevention, West Nile Virus, Swine Flu

Hearing Aids:

La Pine Lions Club (assistance): Mary @ 536-3723 or John @419-9627

Nelson's Hearing Center: 536-5690

* Please see the link regarding those who are deaf at the bottom of the page.


Newberry Hospice of La Pine (24 hour, locally based) : 536-7399 or 593-7399

Central Oregon Home Health & Hospice: 53
6-5990 or Main Office: 382-5882

Hospice Center, Bend: 383-3910


Central Oregon Mobile Massage, Sunriver: 593

Massage Now Sunriver: 593-7499

Outcall Massage: 408-7422

Sage Springs, Sunriver: 593-7891

Studio Sabai, La Pine: 536-3300

Dr. Ben Chaffey M.D., Sunriver: 593-4021

Deschutes County Health Dept., La Pine Community Campus: 322-7400

  • Healthy Start, Family Planning, Immunization Clinics, Communicable Diseases, Maternal/Child Health, Home visits and counseling
La Pine Community Healthcare: 536-3435

Healthy Start (for pregnant low income women in
Deschutes Co.): 322-7444

High Desert Family Medicine & Immediate Care, Sunriver: 593-5400

The Family Health Clinic of La Pine, Brenda Molina:

Paulina Peak Family Healthcare: 536-8060

(Bend) Planned Parenthood: 389-9973

(Bend) Volunteers in Medicine (serves Deschutes County for those who have no medical insurance and meet the guidelines): 330-9001

(Redmond) City Care Clinic (serves Deschutes County for those who have no health insurance and cannot get on the Oregon Hea
lth Plan or have Medicare or Medicade): 541-504-5333

La Pine Lions Club (financial help with glasses and hearing aids): Joy 536-1956

Total Vision, Dr. Balcer: 536-7584

Physical Therapy:

Central Cascades Physical Therapy: 593-8100

La Pine/Sunriver Physical Therapy: 536-6122 or 593-8535

Living Well Physical Therapy: 598-7103

High Desert Rebound Physical Therapy (Sunfriver: 536-7443


Health Insurance and Prescription Assistance:

Family Health Insurance Assistance Program: 1-888-564-9669 or 1-800-542-3104 or 1-800-735-2900 (relay service)

Oregon Health Plan: 1-800-359-9517

Oregon SafeNet Maternal and Child Healt
h Hotline: 1-800-723-3638
Oregon Prescription Drug Program (no paperwork, no age or income limit):
Go to:

Veterans Medical Benefits (Bend VA Clinic)
2115 NE Wyatt Ct., Bend OR
(541) 647-5256

Walmart $4.00 Prescriptions

Bend Walmart:


Copy and paste this into your browser window to get to the details:


Bi Mart: 536-5052

Drug Mart Pharmacy (at La Pine Community Health Center): 536-1111

Oregon Youth Line:

(English) 1-877-553-8336
(Spanish) 1-877-515-7848

COCOA Helpline Info/Senior Insurance Options:
The Council on Aging is pleased to provide this helpful guide of services to our tri-county's seniors. It is our pleasure to assist you in any way we can. Please feel free to contact our office concerning the content of this web site or any questions you may have concerning Senior Services and programs. Email: webmaster or Phone: 541-548-8817. The COCOA Senior Help Line provides trained senior service specialists to answer your questions. We are available Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Toll Free: 877-704-4567 Local: 541-504-0392

Introducing our new Text Relay Service: making it easier for those with hearing loss or speech disability to contact our Help Line Operator. Our staff is knowledgeable, concerned and helpful. The Senior Help Line provides information and referral assistance to health and social service programs for seniors, their families and friends in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties. Help is just a Phone Call Away!

(800) 633-4227

Medicare website including a comparison tool that can estimate your out-of-pocket costs for
each drug plan available in your area.

Oregon SHIBA
(800) 722-4134

The Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance program provides free counseling to people with Medicare.

Oregon Prescription Drug Program
(800) 913-4146

Oregon Prescription Drug Program offers Oregon residents discounts on brand name and
prescription drugs.

Pregnancy, Prenatal Care
& Teen Pregnancy
(Thank you to the Deschutes County Living Here Website.)
Birthright of Bend
Offers pregnant women information on available community resources and options. Provides confidential pregnancy test, maternity clothes and baby layettes.
Phone 541-382-5505 or 1-800-550-4900 (Hotline)
Boys and Girls Aid Society of Oregon
Provides pregnancy options, counseling, information, and support for women facing crisis pregnancy or parenting challenges. Phone 541-480-2490
Central Oregon Health Center/Planned Parenthood
Provides, promotes and protects access to reproductive health care including birth control, annual exams, pregnancy tests, options counseling, first-trimester abortion care, emergency contraception, sexually transmitted disease tests and treatment, and education programs.
2330 NE Division, Suite 7, Bend, OR 97701 Phone 541-389-9973
Deschutes County Health Department
Offers pregnancy testing and full options counseling. Connects women with community services to meet their needs. Prenatal and postnatal nursing visits for women enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan. Services not denied due to inability to pay. Phone: 541-322-7400
Grandma’s House of Central Oregon
A safe and nurturing home for homeless pregnant teens between the ages of 12 and 19 years old. PO Box 6372, Bend, OR 97708 Phone: 541-383-3515
HealthyStart/Prenatal Services
Prenatal services to low-income pregnant women who do not have insurance or qualify for state aid. Services include breast-feeding education, smoking cessation, birth classes, postpartum support.
Phone 541-322-7444
New Hope Child and Family Agency
Free services available to any pregnant teen or woman, and her partner/spouse, or family. Helps individuals explore the possibilities of parenting and adoption.
Phone 541-388-8167 or 1-800-228-3150
Pregnancy Resource Centers of Central Oregon
An outreach to women unprepared for pregnancy, providing free pregnancy testing, maternity clothing, infant and toddler clothing, baby furnishings such as cribs. We also provide confidential peer counseling.
1051 NE Fourth St., Suite 102, Bend, OR 97701 Bend: 541-385-5334 

Substance Abuse ~Counseling
and Mental Health Resources:

Alcohol and Drug HELPLINE (Oregon Partnership, Inc.): 1800-923-HELP

Alcohol and Drug Services: 322-7500 or call hotline after 5:00 @ 1-800-875-7364
(Service Unit of Deschutes Co. Human Services)

Alcoholics Anonymous (see link on side bar) 24 hour Hotline: (541) 548-0440

Al-Anon National Hotline: 800-344-2666

Alateen National Hotline: 800-344-2666

Best Care (Bend): 541-504-9577

CAP - Counseling for Students at Central Oregon Community College

Celebrate Recovery (Bend): 382-7504 x350 (leave your name and number)
Christian 12-Step, large variety of support groups available

Child and Family Mental Health 24 Hour Hotline: 322-7500 or 1-888-232-7192

Deschutes County Mental Health: 322-7500

Klamath Youth Development Center: 541-883-1030
Counseling services for children; OHP & sliding scale
Narcotics Anon. Hotline: 330-3733
Pfiefer & Associates (La Pine): 536-8879
(Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment)

Women's Resource Center: 385-0750

Counseling Available
Call today!

The Women's Resource Center of Central Oregon creates opportunities for all women to increase their personal and professional growth through training, counseling and access to community services for the betterment of themselves their families and our community.
WRCCO Mailing: PO Box 8693 Bend OR 97708 Located: 1010 NW 14th St, Bend Ph/fax 385-0750

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (Central Oregon): 541-408-7770
Please note: The National Alliance on Mental Illness is offering a free, 12 week course for family members living with someone affected with mental illness. The classes will be held Bend, beginning September 14th. To register, please call 541-388-7869 by August 31st.
The NAMI website:

Rimrock Trails Adolescent Treatment Services…is now coming to La Pine. They will be available every other Tuesday from approximately 10:00am to 3:00pm in the City Hall Building. Drop by or call 541-617-4771 or toll free 1-888-532-6247 for an appointment Services provided to 13 – 17.5 year old. Alcohol & Drug services on out patient basis. For more information go to the web site at

Counseling Center of Central Oregon
Provides counseling for families and individuals affected by incest, sexual abuse or physical abuse.
1010 NW Harriman, Suite B, Bend, OR 97701
Phone 541-389-7960
Counseling Services of Bend
Low cost individual and group counseling for women and teens affected by sexual, physical, or emotional abuse. Offers eight-week, year-round Abuse Group, Women’s empowerment Group and a Relationship Group.
Phone 541-389-7960

Supported Housing (from Deschutes County Website):
DCMH believes that safe and affordable housing should be available to all. Case Managers work closely with consumers to help them find housing in the least restrictive setting or to maintain current housing.
CSS also offers a variety of supported housing programs for those who meet eligibility:
  • Adult Foster Homes: DCMH has three adult foster homes with 5 beds in each home. These foster homes serve adults who are making the transition back into the community from various institutions. There are strict guidelines for qualifications and eligibility. Contact Sarah Haefele at (541)330-4639 or email at for more information.
  • Emma’s Place is an 11 unit long-term apartment complex for adults with serious mental illness. Emma’s Place is a drug and alcohol free complex. Residents must be consumers of DCMH and be referred to the program through their therapist. Qualified consumers outside of Deschutes County are eligible to apply as well. There is a DCMH case manager on-site 10-15 hours/week to provide case management and skills training. All other CSS services are available to these residents. Contact Sarah Haefele at (541)330-4639 or email at for more information.
  • Horizon House is a 14 unit transitional apartment complex for adults with serious mental illness who are difficult to house and who would benefit from intensive case management, groups, and skills training to learn skills necessary to transition successfully into independent living. Consumers need to be open with DCMH and be referred to the program by their therapist. Qualified consumers outside of Deschutes County are welcome to apply as well. A case manager is on-site 30+ hours/week. Horizon House is a drug and alcohol free complex. Contact Sarah Haefele at (541)330-4639 or email at for more information.

State of Oregon,
Department of Human Services:
Crisis Services

If someone is being hurt or is in danger
right now, call 911 immediately.

Abuse and neglect:
  • Report child abuse to the Department of Human Services (DHS) or a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police.

  • People with developmental disabilities:
    If you believe abuse is occurring, immediately contact your county developmental disability program. You may also report abuse to Department of Human Services (DHS) by calling the Office of Investigations and Training (OIT) at 503-945-9495 or toll free at 1-866-406-4287.

  • Elder abuse and adults with physical disabilities:
    Report suspected cases of abuse to your local DHS or AAA office. You may also report abuse to DHS at
  • People with mental illness:
    Report suspected cases of abuse to your county mental health program or you may also report abuse to the Department of Human Services (DHS) by calling the Office of Investigations and Training (OIT) at
    (503) 945-9495, or toll free at 1-866-406-4287.

Alcohol and drug addiction:
  • HelpLine: Make The Call
    A confidential 24-hour blended crisis and referral line, responding to individuals and family members seeking crisis intervention treatment referral and general chemical dependency information.
    Call 1-800-923-HELP (1-800-923-4357)
  • YouthLineA peer-to-peer crisis line for teens. Youth working under the supervision of an adult answer calls on diverse topics including substance abuse, depression, self-harm, dating violence and other issues, many of which have substance abuse as an underlying issue.
    Call 1-877-553-TEEN (1-877-553-8336)

  • Linea de Ayuda
    Linea de Ayuda is the only crisis line for speakers of Spanish who are experiencing drug and alcohol problems. The line is staffed by highly skilled volunteer crisis workers.
    Call 1-877-515-7848
  • Other hotlines and Web links

Domestic violence & intimate partner violence:
  • If you are in immediate need of a domestic violence shelter contact the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual violence at 1-877-330-1951
  • Domestic Violence hotline
    1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)
  • Guide to domestic violence services in Oregon

Problem gambling:
  • People wishing to speak with a counselor about problems related to gambling may call toll free:
    1-877-2-STOP-NOW (1-877-278-6766). Treatment is free, confidential and it works.

  • Problem Gambling Helpline
    1-877-278-6766. Trained professionals are there all day and night to help you.

Suicide prevention:

Link to 2-1-1 Central Oregon Website:

American Red Cross - Bend- Link:

Family and Misc. Resource Websites with Links:

Links to local, state and national websites offering assistance with human resources of all kinds.

(If you would like a human resource link listed here, please email me with your suggestions. Non-profits only in this section, please.)

ASPIRES: Website and Resource Link for Autism:

Assistance League of Bend Website Link:

Children's Trust Fund of Oregon Resource Links:

La Pine St.. Vincent de Paul Website Link:

Central Oregon Family Resource Center Link:

Deschutes Children's Foundation: La Pine Community Campus

Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities Link:

Disability Resources for the State of Oregon

Michigan State Library Grant Information Link:


Northwest Education Collaboration Link (nearly 100 links!)

State of Oregon: DHS

Oregon Council on Aging Website: