Mental and Emotional Health

Campus Resources

Safer Steps for Safer Students

  • Learn about selected topics and is part of providing comprehensive student services. These resources are available to all students, regardless of whether they are taking classes on campus, remotely, or online. You are encouraged to review the materials as you feel comfortable. The suggested videos, downloads, and websites are offered to you to promote your safety and well-being as a student at UCC. “Safer Steps, Safer Students” is a module in the Hawk Hangout (internal link for students). All students are invited to join.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

  • The CARE Advocate provides confidential services to students and staff experiencing family violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking.


For help navigating both on campus and community resources contact the UCC Resource Navigator

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 541-440-7675

Community Resources

Psychology Today: Local Therapists

  • View Psychology Today’s list of therapists in Roseburg.

AVIVA Health

  • 541-672-9596
  • Provides primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services at several locations throughout Douglas County. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale and no one is denied care because of the inability to pay.

Adapt Mental Health Care

  • Adapt is Douglas County’s community health provider. Affordable, high-quality healthcare, behavioral medicine and support services for children, adolescents, and adults, with a special commitment to improve access to care for individuals and families who are uninsured, low-income and medically underserved. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

Cow Creek Health & Wellness Center

  • 541-672-8533
  • Offers therapy and teletherapy in their Roseburg and Canyonville locations. Two psychiatrists on staff for medication management, if needed. Serves tribal and non-tribal members.

Valley View Counseling

  • 541-673-3985
  • Valley View Counseling offers a wide range of services for all age groups. We provide personal, one-on-one therapy, couples, family and group therapy. We teach psycho-educational classes and contract with local businesses, bringing specific topics to the work place. Our clinic performs mental health assessments for issues such as depression, anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as well as complete mental health evaluations for disabilities, domestic violence, and chemical dependency.

Roseburg Therapy

  • 541-900-4285
  • Roseburg Therapy provides counseling and mental health services from a therapist / counselor for the treatment of Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, Anger and more.

Second Wind Wellness Center

  • 541-679-0366
  • Promoting mental wellness and healthier living in the Douglas County and surrounding areas of Oregon by offering effective outpatient, individualized and psychological care. Specialized in treating a number of mental health disorders, and providing neutral ground to individuals, families, and couples.

Mill Street Psychiatric

  • 541-492-1340
  • Provides patients with high quality, individualized mental health evaluations and psychiatric medication management from a holistic, and health-centered perspective.

Alcoholics Anonymous

  • 541-673-7552
  • Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Narcotics Anonymous

  • 541-957-1489
  • NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using.

Oregon Al-Anon/Alateen

  • 888-425-2666
  • Al-Anon Family Groups is an important source of help for anyone affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon groups are made up of family members and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other.

PFLAG Organization for SOC/BIPOC/LGBTQ+

  • PFLAG is creating a caring, just, and affirming world for LGBTQ+ people and those who love them.

Crisis Lines & Support

In case of Emergency, Call 911

Emergency Room

  • 541-677-4333
  • 2700 NW Stewart Parkway
    Roseburg, OR

Evergreen Urgent Care

  • 541-957-1111
  • 2570 NW Edenbower Blvd ste 100
    Roseburg, OR

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

  • 800-273-8255
  • The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

Crisis Text Line

  • Text HOME to 741741
  • Crisis Text Line services anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information via a medium people already use and trust: text.

Adapt 24 Hour Crisis Help

  • 800-866-9780
  • If you or someone you know is in crisis, Mental Health Crisis Services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You don’t need a referral from your provider.

Peace at Home

  • 541-673-7867
  • A 24/7 crisis line for domestic and family violence.

National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7

  • 800-799-7233
  • Online chat available on the website Text LOVEIS to 22522 to connect over text.

National Sexual Assault Hotline

  • 800-656-4673
  • The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

  • 800-273-8255
  • The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

1 in 6

  • Support for male survivors of sexual abuse with confidential one on one and group chat available 24/7.

LGBT National Hotline

  • 888-843-4564
  • Mon – Fri: 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.
    Sat: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. or email [email protected]

Trans Lifeline’s Peer Support Hotline

  • 877-565-8860
  • Trans Lifeline’s Hotline is a peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers. Operators are located all over the U.S. and Canada, and are all trans-identified. If you are in crisis or just need someone to talk to please call.

The Trevor Project

  • 866-488-7396
  • Crisis intervention for LGBT+ youth with online chat and text available 24/7.

Racial Equity Support Line

  • 503-575-3764
  • Mon – Fri: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Offered through Lines for Life. If you would like to connect with a counselor because you are experiencing trauma, stress, and grief related to racism and discrimination.

Disaster & Distress Helpline

  • 800-985-5990
  • A 24/7, 365 days a year hotline, provided through SAMHSA, that offers immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-created disaster (examples: COVID 19)

Lines for Life Helpline

  • 24/7, free, confidential, and anonymous help. Our highly trained staff and volunteers provide immediate assistance, compassionate support, and resource referrals that can put you on a path to healing.

Oregon Warmline

  • 800-698-2392
  • A peer-run program of community counseling solutions. “People just want to be heard… and we are here for you!” Call to have a confidential conversation with someone who will listen without judgment or criticism.

MY3 (Apple or Google Play app)

  • With MY3, you define your network and your plan to stay safe. With MY3 you can be prepared to help yourself and reach out to others when you are having thoughts of suicide. Remember: there is hope and a life to look forward to, even in your darkest moments. MY3 can help you get through your most difficult times. MY3 is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play, free of charge.

Housing & Basic Needs

Douglas County Resource Guide

  • Includes a more exhaustive list of resources related to emergency housing, rental assistance, family support, education, medical and social services for all age groups across Douglas County.

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  • Keeping people and communities’ healthy means more than access to medical care. It means ensuring people have the basics, like food, housing and economic opportunity.

Roseburg Rescue Mission: Emergency Housing

  • 541-673-3004
  • Men’s shelter (18 and older) is located in downtown Roseburg at 752 SE Pine Street Roseburg, OR 97470. The dayroom is open all day for guests staying at the shelter or not. Meals, showers, laundry and free clothing are available.

Roseburg Rescue Mission: New Life Program

  • 541-673-3004
  • The purpose of this Program is to overcome obstacles to a successful life. Content: Work Training, Bible Classes, Life Skills Classes, Addiction Recovery Classes, Personal Counseling and Goal Setting.

Roseburg Rescue Mission: Transitional Housing

  • 541-673-3004
  • Everyone renting a room who is not one of our staff or in the New Life Program is in our Transitional Housing Program.

Roseburg Rescue Mission: Samaritan Inn

  • 541-672-5387
  • Roseburg Rescue Mission’s women’s shelter for women with or without children, dayroom open all day for guests staying at the shelter or not, meals, showers, laundry, and clothing. Women must be at least 18 years old, boys up to age 14 years are allowed, children must be accompanied by mother or legal guardian. Roseburg- 544 W. Umpqua St.

Safe Haven Maternity Home

  • 541-464-2740
  • Safe Haven’s mission is to provide a safe home environment that strives to meet the spiritual, emotional, physical and education needs of pregnant young women and young women with babies who are homeless or in crisis. Services available for eligible pregnant teens– safe housing, nutritious meals, independent life skills, parenting skills, overall health, educational skills, financial skills and 24-hour accountability.

Housing Authority of Douglas County: Section 8 (HCV)

  • 541-673-6548
  • The Section 8 Housing Program is where a portion of the rent is paid directly to a landlord on behalf of the participant. The waitlist is approximately one year. Interested families need to complete a pre-application and turn in verification of Social Security Numbers to get placed on the wait list. Everyone is placed on the wait list by the date and time of their pre-application.

Housing Authority of Douglas County: Low Rent Public Housing

  • 541-673-6548
  • HADCO’s affordable housing program is comprised of dwelling units owned and managed by HADCO. This program allows families to move into a HADCO owned unit and pay rent based on 30% of their adjusted household income. The assistance stays with the unit and does not allow for mobility to other landlords. Interested families’ income must not exceed 80% of the area median income and they must pass the screening criteria for the program.

Roseburg Dream Center

  • 541-673-5918
  • Mon – Thurs: 9:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
  • The Roseburg Dream Center provides free of charge: clothing, furniture, and assistance with cleaning, yard work and other chores. Donations are always welcome. Food boxes available.

Oregon Food Bank

  • A resource to help you find local food banks.

Department of Human Services

  • 503-945-5600
  • Online application for multiple assistance programs here for the below programs.
    • SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
    • STEP (SNAP Training and Employment Program)
    • Childcare (ERDC)
    • TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families)/Refugee Cash Assistance
    • TA-DVS (Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivor)


  • 541-672-3421
  • Offers assistance with a variety of needs such as housing and income assistance, energy assistance and education, help with weatherization, childcare etc.

Child Care

Employement Related Day Care

  • 541-440-3301
  • The Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) helps eligible low-income families pay for childcare while they are working. ERDC is a subsidy program, meaning eligible families still pay part of the childcare cost. ERDC also works with providers and other child care partners across the state to help families find and keep good child care, improve the availability of quality child care in Oregon, and to develop resources for parents and child care providers.

Maple Corner Montessori

  • 541-391-4777
  • Child Care on the UCC Campus. Contact for information and fees.

Cobb Child Cares & Preschool

  • 541-957-1008
  • An emergent program that responds to each child’s interests. Our practice is open-ended and self-directed, depending on teacher initiative and intrinsic motivation, lending itself to a play-based environment. An emergent approach emerges from the children, but not only from the children. Our curriculum emerges from the play of children and the play of teachers and is both rigorous and authentically child-led.

UCAN Head Start

  • 541-673-6306
  • Head Start provides classes for young children and pregnant women. In our classes, your children learn the skills they need to succeed when they start kindergarten. Your children learn everything from resolving conflict to working in groups. Your children also learn early math, language and physical skills.

Veteran Resources

Veterans Crisis Hotline

  • 800-273-8255, option 1
  • Veterans and their loved ones can call, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Make the Connection

  • Veteran mental health support.

About Face

  • Resources for veterans and their families who are living with PTSD.

Other Useful Resources

Trauma Informed Oregon

  • Resources for individuals and families who have experienced trauma.

College Resources for Students with Disabilities

  • Resources and tips for college students with disabilities.