Welcome to Willamette Family
Health, Wellness and Recovery Services
Willamette Family has proudly served Lane County for over 50 years, providing detox and treatment for substance use disorders. Over the years our services have been enhanced to include Mental Health Treatment for adults and children, Primary Medical Care, parenting classes, Family Services, Peer Support Services, and a myriad of transitional services. These services are designed to assist the individual transition back into the community and to reunite with their families (Download General Program Brochure - PDF).
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Walk for a Reason, Run for a Cause - Sept. 23, 2018 @ Maurie Jacobs Park
Published on August 3, 2018
Lynn Bronson and Deborah Haaby of First Interstate Bank presented Annetta Forrer with a check to sponsor the Willamette Family Third Annual 5K Walk/Run, which will be held on Sunday, September 23rd at Maurie Jacobs Park. Proceeds will go to benefit the Toddler Playground at the Child Development Center. Our thanks to First Interstate Bank for their support.
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40 Hours Peer Support Training
Published on August 1, 2018
Peer Support Training 2018We have another scheduled Peer Support Training for September 17th – 21st @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Prairie View - Cornerstone Community Housing Classroom (584 N Danebo Avenue Eugene, OR. 97402)
To reserve a spot please contact:
(541)343-2993 || KayleeR@wfts.org
Toddlers & Infants Playground Improvement Update
Published on March 12, 2018
Funding for the Child Development Center’s Toddlers & Infants Playground Improvement project is underway. The new equipment will be age-appropriate and provides outdoor activities that are developmentally interactive and stimulating to promote children’s overall wellbeing and support the child’s gross motor development. Below is the graph showing our progress in raising funds to complete this project; we are three-quarters of the way to funding this project.
In 2016 the Preschool equipment was updated and now we are raising funds to upgrade the equipment used by infants and toddlers. The updated playground equipment will give all children enrolled in our program access to developmentally-appropriate, stimulating, and interactive outdoor activities in a safe and fun environment.
An updated playground would also benefit our parenting clients who live on-site with their children and can use the playground evenings and on weekends. Other residential clients also have children who do not live with them, but may use the equipment during visitations on weekends. The playground is an ideal way for parents to spend time and bond with their children.
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Last Update: March 29, 2017
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We have programs specifically created to address all your physical, emotional and mental health needs with onsite care professionals and providers ready to assist you as soon as you walk in or make that phone call...
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KEZI SPECIAL REPORT: METH AND HEROIN PLAGUE IN EUGENE & SPRINGFIELD:
The meth and heroin epidemic continues to plague Oregon and the number of drug arrests in Eugene and Springfield are on the rise, according to police records.
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Meet Graham, Jennifer & Kaycee
...their story is just one of many waiting to be told.
Published on November 27, 2017
The Child Development Center (CDC) allows parents to attend substance abuse treatment and mental health services while their child/ children receive therapeutic services in the CDC. The CDC teachers help children learn how to walk, talk, write, count, interact with other children, and much more. Many of the children who attend the center have been born affected by prenatal substance use, and/or have experienced abuse and/or neglect in their past. The teachers are trauma-informed and work hard to provide a therapeutic environment for all of the children.
Kaycee was cared for at the Child Development Center (CDC) while Jennifer and Graham were in treatment. Her mother Jennifer was receiving treatment through the Women’s Residence Program and her father Graham was receiving treatment through the Dad’s Program. Both of those programs help clients to manage their recovery, while allowing them to be active parents in their children’s lives and spend time parenting their children.
Without Willamette Family’s Child Development Center, many children would be separated from their parent and placed in foster care. The CDC gives parents and children the ability to remain together in a safe and well monitored environment.
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