Counseling Program  

Program phone: 541-484-4428
Program fax: 541-484-7212
260 East 11th Avenue – Eugene, OR 97401
(We offer office locations in Cottage Grove, Junction City, Veneta, & Oakridge)

The Counseling Program offers outpatient mental health services for children, youth, and adults who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. Therapists help families address a wide range of mental, emotional, behavioral, and situational issues.  We take an individualized, strength-based, solution-focused approach to helping clients and families meet their unique treatment goals. Oregon Health Plan and most private insurance are accepted. Grant funding is available for clients who qualify. 

Please call 541-484-4428 to speak to our referral coordinator to schedule an appointment for all locations or to learn more. 

Office Hours: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Fridays 

 

Station 7

24/7 Help Line: 1-888-689-3111
Program Phone: 541-689-3111
Fax: 541-607-0625
931 W. 7th Avenue - Eugene, OR 97402

Rural Program

Program Phone: 541-767-3823
508 E. Whiteaker Avenue - Cottage Grove, OR 97424

Station 7 and its Rural Program component are in operation 24-hours-a-day to provide crisis intervention services for youth, ages 11-17, and their families. Services provided include: 

  • 24-hour crisis intervention: Telephone crisis intervention is available to youth and families 24-hours-a-day.
  • Emergency shelter: Emergency shelter in a stable environment is provided for youth up to 21 days and until an alternative living arrangement is determined. Youth who are utilizing this service must contact their family within three days.
  • Family reconciliation: Youth and families work with counselors to resolve crisis situations and reunite the family.
  • Assessment, Services Planning, & coordination: Youth and families work with a service coordinator and therapist to assess their situation, problem solve, and choose an appropriate and individualized course of action. 
  • Project Safe Place: Transportation to services is available at community ‘Safe Place’ sites where youth can ask for help when they feel threatened, afraid, or have run away from home.
  • Extended Services: Clients receive case management services and aftercare follow-up that includes connectivity to community supports and permanent connections. Youth who do not return home are provided with ongoing counseling and assistance until they are stable and in permanent housing. 

Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

New Roads

Program Phone: 541-686-4310
New Roads School: 541-302-2551
Fax: 541-868-1596
941 West 7th Avenue - Eugene, OR 97402

New Roads assists homeless youth up to 21 years of age who are interested in creating long-term solutions that improve the quality of their lives. Services provided include:

  • Basic needs: The Drop-In Center offers homeless youth food, clothing, showers, and other vital resources. 
  • Street Outreach: Staff provide youth on the streets of Eugene, Springfield and rural communities with gateway services, information, referrals, advocacy, and support. 
  • Case Management: Case management services include a transitional living plan and assistance in finding stable housing. Youth are taught essential skills needed to acquire and maintain housing.
  • Education: The New Roads School is an alternative educational program for middle and high school students who are runaways, homeless, or at-risk of becoming homeless. Students are able to work toward credit recovery or preparation for their GED. 
  • Behavioral Health: Behavioral health outreach workers and therapists are available to support youth with ‘in the moment’ behavior interventions. Components of this service include mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and dual diagnosis treatment. 
  • Employment: Youth are provided with employment guidance including resume preparation, skills training opportunities, interview preparation and job search and connectivity to employment.

Hours: Monday 8:30-2:45 ~ Tuesday 8:30-6:45 ~ Wednesday 8:30-4:45 ~ Thursday 8:30-6:45 ~ Friday 8:30-4:45    

Riverfront School & Career Center

Program Phone: 541-302-2554
Fax: 541-302-3767
1666 West 12th Avenue – Eugene, OR 97402

Riverfront School & Career Center is an accredited alternative school, offering education and vocational training for at-risk and out-of-school youth, ages 11-21. Riverfront’s mission is to "guide and support youth in developing the knowledge, responsibility, and the social skills necessary for productive citizenship." Services provided by the Riverfront School & Career Center include:

  • Comprehensive career and basic skill assessment.
  • Basic skill instruction (reading, writing, and math).
  • Academic instruction toward a high school diploma and GED instruction.
  • Basic computer skills instruction.
  • Work readiness skills training and job search assistance and placement.
  • Vocational training and academic credit are available through the Lane-Metro Youth Corps (ages 14 to 24), Job Training Program (ages 14 to 21), Riverfront Café (ages 14 to 21), and Health Occupations Training (ages 16 to 21).
  • Assistance with transportation, job search clothing, child care, and GED testing.
  • Independent Living Program for youth in foster care.  

Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday 

Center Point School

Program Phone: 541-868-0661
Fax: 541-868-0660
1790 West 11th Avenue – Eugene, OR 97402

This registered alternative school offers academic services in a therapeutic school environment for middle and high school aged youth with emotional, neurological, and/or behavioral issues. Highly trained and professional staff offer expertise in mental health treatment, special education, and counseling. Services for families address trust, communication skills, conflict resolution, incentives and consequences for behavior, and relationship dynamics.   

Services provided by Center Point include:

  • Year round programming
  • Comprehensive mental health, psycho-social, and educational assessments
  • Psychiatric consultation or referrals
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • On-site, individualized education
  • Transition services
  • Coordination and linkage to community supports, as needed
  • Aftercare referrals

Services are designed for youth who:

  • Have documented lack of progress over time in less restrictive educational settings
  • Have experienced chronic school failure across multiple settings
  • Are eligible for residential services and can adequately be served in day treatment
  • Are returning to the community following residential treatment

Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday 

Pathways Girls Program

Program Phone: 541-246-1149
Fax: 541-246-1145

2485 Roosevelt Blvd – Eugene, OR 97402

The Pathways Girls Program provides residential mental health as well as alcohol and drug treatment services for female juvenile offenders, ages 12 to 18. Youth stay an average of six months before graduating and returning home or to other community settings. Components of the Pathways Girls Program include:

Residential Treatment

The program combines therapy with 24-hour supervised group living. Youth work with counselors to create individualized treatment plans to determine their goals and define the activities necessary to achieve them.

Mental Health Treatment

Youth participate in frequent DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) group counseling sessions to learn skills that are helpful with regulating emotions, maintaining positive relationships, tolerating stress, and problem solving.

Substance Abuse Treatment

Pathways uses the Motivation Enhancement model as a basis for substance abuse recovery. A great deal of focus is placed on the internalizing of the motivation to live a clean and sober lifestyle. Relapse prevention is also a main focus.

Corrections Issues

Criminal thinking and behaviors are addressed through role playing, group exercises, and written assignments. Youth learn to think critically about situations and practice new behaviors.

Academic Instruction/Alcohol & Drug Education

The state-certified, on-site school provides lessons in language arts, math, health education, living skills, speech/communications, and physical education. Some youth prepare for GED tests while others earn credit toward high school diplomas.

Family Counseling  

A family therapist meets regularly with youth and their families to assist with improving family relationships. 

Pathways Boys Program

Program Phone: 541-743-2611
Fax: 541-868-0340
550 River Road – Eugene, OR 97404

The Pathways Boys Program provides residential drug and alcohol treatment services for juvenile offenders, ages 12 to 18. Most youth stay an average of six months before graduating and returning home or to other community settings. Components of the Pathways Boys Program include:

Residential Treatment

The program provides therapy with 24-hour supervised group living. Youth learn new skills and behaviors, and as they increase their responsibility, they are rewarded with privileges appropriate to the recovery process.

Substance Abuse Treatment

Pathways uses the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy approach to treatment with an emphasis on the internalizing of motivation for the youth to live a clean and sober lifestyle. The program additionally focuses on relapse prevention and introduces the 12-step model to ensure support following treatment.

Group Skill Building

Youth participate in frequent group skills training sessions where criminal thinking and behavior are addressed. They develop new tools to manage their emotions, make responsible decisions, and improve social skills.

Academic Instruction/Drug & Alcohol Education

The state-certified, on-site school provides classes in language arts, math, health education, and more. Some youth prepare for GED tests while others earn credit toward high school diplomas.  

Family Counseling

A family therapist meets regularly with youth and their families to help make changes resulting in improved family relationships.  

Hours: reception & general information 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Parole Revocation Diversion Program

Program Phone: 541-743-2611
Fax: 541-868-0340
550 River Road – Eugene, OR 97404

The Parole Revocation Diversion Program is a community based residential treatment program for males, ages 12 to 25. The program provides individual stabilization so that youth are prepared to reintegrate into the community. Youth may be at the program from 7 to 90 days as they stabilize and prepare for community reintegration. Services provided by the Parole Revocation Diversion Program include:

  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Supervised group living
  • Peer support
  • Individual, group, and family counseling
  • On-site school & vocational services
  • Substance abuse assessment & treatment
  • Medication management 

Hours: reception & general information 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday 

Intensive Treatment Services

Program Phone: 541-743-2611
Fax: 541-868-0340 (fax)
550 River Road – Eugene, OR 97404

The Intensive Treatment Services Program provides psychiatric residential mental health treatment and sub-acute treatment services for male and female youth ages 8 to 18. The length of stay can vary based on clinical need and treatment progress. Upon successful completion of the program, youth will discharge to a community based setting. Components of the Intensive Treatment Services Program include:

Residential Treatment

This program provides 24-hour supervised group living combined with clinical treatment in a therapeutic setting. Youth and families work with counselors to create individualized service plans to determine their goals and define the activities necessary to achieve them.

Mental Health Treatment

The program will utilize evidence based practices (EBP’s) to support youth within a structured and therapeutic environment. Under the guidance of the Clinical Director, Clinical Manager and consulting Psychiatrist, the program provides a treatment model conducive to stabilization and progress specific to Individual Service and Support Plans. All team members will be trained in the use of Collaborative Problem Solving and have access to additional EBP’s based on individual client needs.

Substance Abuse Treatment

Intensive Treatment Services and the Looking Glass Counseling Program will collaborate to provide substance abuse treatment when needed.

Academic Instruction/Education

The state-certified on-site school provides lessons in language arts, math, science, health education, living skills, speech/communications, and physical education. Some youth prepare for GED tests while others earn credits toward high school diplomas.

Physical Health

On-site nursing is provided 7 days/week to ensure the physical well-being of our clients.

Family Counseling

Clinicians meet regularly with youth and their families to assist with communication and conflict resolution within the family dynamic. Parents and families are strongly encouraged to spend time observing and visiting the program. 

Hours: reception & general information 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday 

Stepping Stone Program

Program Phone: 541-342-4293
Fax: 541-342-4832
2517 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard – Eugene, OR 97401

Stepping Stone is a community-based residential treatment program for boys, ages 12 to 18, who demonstrate a persistent pattern of criminal behavior. Stepping Stone clients typically have a history of family conflict, problems with delinquency, substance abuse, and poor school performance.

The program includes individual, family, and group counseling. Most youth stay an average of 10 to 14 months before graduating from the program and returning to home, foster care, or other community settings. Referrals are submitted through the Oregon Youth Authority and county juvenile departments. 

Services provided by Stepping Stone include:

  • Supervised group living
  • Peer support
  • Individual, group, & family counseling
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Mental health treatment
  • Medication management
  • Off-site job skills & independent living skills training
  • Sex offender treatment 

Hours: reception & general information 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday 

Crisis Response Team

Crisis Response Program: Looking Glass operates a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week crisis line for parents of children up to age 18 to call when their child is having an immediate mental health, emotional, or behavioral crisis.  Trained crisis responders provide assistance to parents over the phone and, if necessary, can deploy a 2-person team to the family home to respond directly to the crisis. Short-term respite for children is also available when needed. Call 1-888-989-9990.

Adolescent Recovery Program

Program phone: 541-484-4428
Program fax: 541-484-7212
260 East 11th Avenue – Eugene, OR 97401

The Adolescent Recovery Program (ARP) offers outpatient substance abuse treatment for youth (ages 11-21), who are experiencing difficulties with substance use and abuse, and their families.  All youth are also assessed for for cognitive, emotional, and behavioral health concerns, and mental health treatment is integrated with substance abuse treatment, when appropriate. Parents and family members are encouraged to participate. 

Please call 541-484-4428 to speak with our referral coordinator to schedule an appointment or learn more. 

Office Hours: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Fridays 

New Roads School

Program Phone: 541-302-2551
Fax: 541-868-1596
945 West 7th Avenue - Eugene, OR 97402

New Roads School provides an alternative educational program that meets the needs of runaway and homeless youth in Lane County. Our goal is to prepare youth for transition to another educational setting or employment and to provide students with resources and skills to reconnect them to their community. Services include:

  • Education: Classes for credit include middle and high school basics of language arts, math, sciences, and social studies. Students will also be offered GED preparation and tutoring. 
  • Life Skills:  Students will receive support with resumes, employment applications, forms, bills, and other real-world tasks. 
  • Meals: Breakfast and lunch are provided to students.
  • Additional Services: Students may access health care, counseling, case management, and recreational activities, among other services.

Hours: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday