Crisis

Klamath County Crisis Resources - All Emergencies Dial 911

www.childhelpusa.org/hotline.htm (800) 4-A-CHILD (800) 422-4453
Serves: All
Services: ChildHelp USA operates a toll-free, confidential, 24 hours a day, seven days a week hotline. The hotline is staffed by professional counselors and offers crisis intervention, information, literature and referrals to:

  • Children who are being abused and want help
  • Frustrated parents who are seeking help
  • Adults requesting parenting tips, definitions of child abuse, or names of recommended books regarding parenting, child development or adult survivor issues
  • Adults and children requesting local telephone number to report abuse
  • Adult survivors of child abuse who are feeling unsafe or suicidal
  • Professionals in the fields of mental health, social work, education, medicine … who could benefit from consultation and/or referrals.

CARES (Child Abuse Response and Evaluation Services) (541) 883-6289
Serves: Children under the age of 18 years old
Services: Klamath-Lake CARES provides comprehensive child abuse assessment services in Klamath and Lake Counties. CARES provides specialized medical evaluations for the diagnosis of possible victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect. CARES also offers treatment recommendations and referral services to victims of abuse.

Hope Center (Klamath Basin Crisis Pregnancy Center) (541) 883-4357
Serves: Women and teens unprepared for pregnancy. Men and boys impacted by these pregnancies.
Services: All assistance is free and confidential. Pregnancy testing; consultation regarding options available; referrals to public and/or social service agencies; mentoring; maternity clothes; layettes; children’s clothes for ages birth through 4; diapers; baby food and formula; parenting and infant care classes; abstinence education through Stop and Think; Post Abortion Syndrome support.

Klamath/Lake Counties Food Bank (541) 882-1223
Serves: Low income families
Services: Provides emergency food assistance to those in crisis.

Klamath County Mental Health (541) 882-7291
Serves: Adults in need of mental health services
Services: Counseling, medication management, 24 hr/7 day a week crisis services, as well as community outreach, assessment and referral services.

Klamath Crisis Center (541) 884-0390 / (800) 452-3669 - 24 hour crisis helpline
Serves: Battered Women and Children’s Shelter
Services: Provides 24 hour shelter and services for women and children, support groups and sexual assault support services.

Klamath Falls Gospel Mission (541) 882-4895
Serves: Homeless people
Services: Provide food and emergency shelter for the homeless, preaching the Gospel, recycling, women and children’s shelter, alcohol and 5 substance abuse rehabilitation, Biblical teaching and discipleship, referral base for other services, free clothing, vocational rehabilitation, chapel services, and devotions.

Oregon Human Developement Corporation (541) 883-7186
Serves: Low income families.
Services: Emergency financial assistance for rent/utility. Education, vocation, employment.

Salvation Army (541) 884-7778
Serves: All
Services: Various programs offered, rent and utility assistance, food pantry.

Self-sufficiency - Community Human Services (541) 883-5511
Serves: All
Services: Food stamps, medical, employment related child care, emergency assistance.

United Christian Ministries (541) 884-2364
Serves: Klamath County w/ proof of low income/need.
Services: Allocation of up to $100 for assistance.

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