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Recommended Treatment Providers
(Support groups of all kinds, SA treatment programs, MH providers, and more)
The Rapid Access Center (RAC) can recommend a number of same day treatment services including substance abuse and mental health treatment.
Provides family preservation, ongoing behavioral health services (including Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT) and family supports. Case-management, too.
Whitebird Clinic Crisis Services
Lane County’s free MH crisis intervention service. For their 24/7 CAHOOTS mobile crisis services, call the police non-emergency numbers 541-726-3714 (Springfield) and 541-682-5111 (Eugene).
Advocacy Organization that provides support, resources, and education for the trans/gender diverse community and its allies
Assistance for victims of domestic violence. Don’t let the name stop you. They have helped many of our male clients.
Support Groups and other resources specifically for Men
Helps self-represented litigants in divorce, custody, or parenting time proceedings. Staff can help explain court procedures, review documents, and refer to other services and resources.
Advocacy organizations that are fighting to improve our sex offender registration laws
Provides support and publications to help families and friends navigate the Oregon prison system, including support groups, prison intake orientations and release orientations.
Sponsors offers a broad range of services for people with criminal histories — housing (including sex offender housing), employment, counseling, and mentoring.
Mitigation-related statistics, research and data
Below are links to websites you can use to access mitigation-related statistics, research, and data:
Latest clinically relevant research on alcohol, illicit drugs, and health
Information on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome with links
Treatment advocacy with information on consequences of non-treatment on severe psychiatric illness
Search engine for prescription drug information
Information identifying and connecting problems and abuses inside jails and prisons to health and safety of community; access to Confronting Confinement report to Congress (2006)
Searchable database for publications, journals, psychology topics, treatment facilities
Complete numerical listing and diagnostic criterion of DSM-IV-TR mental health disorders
Mental health information categorized by race, gender, disorders and treatment; locate treatment providers, organizations, national resources
Starting Point for PTSD research
Information on mental illness and behavioral disorders in children, adolescents, and adults; statistics, research publications, available treatment facilities; link to online medical library
Overview of mental illness, anxiety and mood disorders, schizophrenia, depression; assessment, barriers to diagnosis and treatment, risk factors, biological influences, past trauma, types of therapy; identifies racial, cultural, age, and gender disparities in access to services
Information and resources on bi-polar disorder, a/k/a manic depression, medications and side effects, treatment, and research studies
Statistics and reports on racial disparity
Information on sexual offending, evaluation, treatment strategies for reducing re-offense risk; position papers critical of SORNA guidelines, civil commitment; index of journal articles and research
Identifies myths and facts about sex offenders/information on effective management of sex offenders
Data and studies on crime, recidivism, offenders, prosecutions
Federal data on law enforcement, arrests, prosecutions, crimes, type of sentence, incarceration data on offenders entering and leaving federal prison; special research reports and publications
Federal sentencing data by state, district, and circuit, Annual Reports and Statistical Sourcebooks
Information on crimes, victims, arrests, seizures,courts, prosecution, sentencing, recidivism rates, parole, jails, prisons