Mental Health Resources

Free Mental Health Referral Service Available

Care Solace can connect 4J students and families to mental health care and substance abuse treatment, day or night

We’re committed to the wellbeing of our students, staff and families. With the need for mental health care and substance abuse treatment growing, the district is providing an additional layer of care for students, staff and their families through access to Care Solace, a free, confidential care coordination service.

Care Solace’s multilingual and culturally sensitive care companion team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year to help connect students and their families to mental health care. The team will quickly and confidentially find available, verified community providers of mental health and substance use treatment matched to your needs, including providers that accept your medical insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or sliding scale options for those without insurance.

4J students, staff and families can access Care Solace services in two ways:

  • Call 888-515-0595 at any time — A dedicated care companion will help every step of the way to research options, secure appointments, and follow up to ensure satisfaction with fit. The team can support you in any language.
  • Visit — You can search to find care options on your own, or click “Care Companion” or “Book Appointment” to get assistance by video chat, email or phone.

Please note: Care Solace provides connections to individual treatment providers based on criteria such as location, care need, insurance, and whether the provider is accepting new patients. The school district does not recommend, endorse, or refer to the individual treatment providers. Care Solace is not a mental health service provider or emergency response service. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255.

If you are interested in counseling-related services for your child or another family member, please contact Care Solace to help you make a connection and get help.


Crisis and Mental Health Resources for Youth and Caregivers


Crisis (24/7/365)

●      Call 911 for any imminent danger to self or others

●      Non-Emergency Police/CAHOOTS: 541-682-5111 (Eugene); 541-726-3714 (Springfield)

●      Whitebird: 541-687-4000 or 800-422-7558

  • Child & Adolescent Crisis Response Team: 888-989-9990 (parents/guardians of youth ages 3-17)
  • Looking Glass Youth & Family Crisis Line: 541-689-3111 (resource for parents in crisis situations, as well as runaway and homeless youth ages 11-17)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Lines for Life): 800-273-8255
  • Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741
  • Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386 (for LGBTQ youth)
  • Lines for Life (11yo +) TALK call Lines for Life 877-968-8491; TEXT: teen2teen to 839863; EMAIL
  • Safe Oregon:

Mental Health

  • 4J School-Based Health Centers (residents of 4J area, including siblings under 19): Churchill 541-790-5227, North Eugene 541-790-4445
  • ●      Center for Family Development: 541-342-8437
  • Centro Latino Americano: 541-687-2667 (bilingual Spanish-speaking staff available)
  • The Child Center: 541-726-1465 (ages 17 and under)
  • Child & Family Center, University of Oregon: 541-346-4805
  • Direction Service Counseling: 541-344-7303 (for youth/families with OHP)
  • Lane County Behavioral Health: 541-682-7585
  • Looking Glass Counseling Program: 541-484-4428 (for youth 21 and under)
  • Options Counseling: 541-687-6983 (Eugene); 541-762-1971 (Springfield)
  • Oregon Social Learning Center: 541-743-4340
  • PeaceHealth Counseling Services: 541-685-1794
  • Roseburg Therapy: 541-654-8107
  • Vet Center: 541-465-6918 (combat veterans; also offers MST services)
  • VA Mental Health: 541-242-0440
  • White Bird Clinic: 541-342-8255
  • Willamette Family: 541-343-2993 (services for mental health & substance abuse disorders)
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