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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September is National Recovery Month, a national observance to educate Americans about Behavioral Health services that include treatment for substance use disorder and/or mental health services. These services help individuals living with substance use disorders and/or mental conditions to build healthy and rewarding lives. Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those living in recovery and to educate about the resources available.
A "picture-perfect" life...that's how Chelsea described the first 8 years of her life with her family - she was living in a house with mom, dad, and sisters. She had a "normal" family upbringing until her mom fell back into her disease of addiction, and suddenly Chelsea's world was drastically changed. Her once perfect and typical childhood became rocky and unstable. Trauma, abuse and neglect became part of her daily struggles. Chelsea's adolescent year were guided and shaped by instability, chaos, and pain. (Click here to see her story)
Willamette Family has proudly served Lane County for over 55 years, providing sobering and detox programs, as well as, treatment for substance use disorders. Over the years our services have been enhanced to provide Mental Health Treatment for adults and children, Primary Medical Care, parenting classes, Family Services, Peer Support Services, and a myriad of transitional services. All of these services are designed to help individuals transition back into the community and to reunite with their families.
During the current COVID-19 pandemic, staying connected to others is more important than ever. Our outpatient services are being delivered with telehealth by phone and ZOOM meetings. Residential services quarantine new clients until they can join those already living in the residences.
For more information regarding our programs call our Rapid Access Center at 541-762-4300. We are truly committed in providing "Health, Wellness and Recovery Services" to our community and if you would like to donate to our cause visit our website at wfts.org or call Development at 541-762-4559.
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Can you help us give these children the opportunity to grow their home library?
Published on August 21, 2020
The CDC provides early childhood educational services and support for children whose parents participate in Willamette Family's substance use treatment and mental health services.
These children are introduced to literacy in our center, however they sometimes do not have the resources available to establish a home library. We believe the real joy of reading and a child's development are reinforced at home with their families. Our center serves up to 54 children at one time. We would love to provide more awareness around diversity by introducing the books during classroom reading times and want to send each child home with at least one of those books read. Our hope is that these books will inspire children to read and spend time with their families.
Please use and share the link below with family, friends, and community members as 100% of the funds raised would go directly to the CDC. Thank you for taking the time to read this post, share the link, and maybe even make a donation as well🙂. The target is to raise $400 to purchase books to send home with students. Growing lifelong readers is one of the goals of our center—your donation will help do just that!
Most Services Are Available to Our Clients
Published on March 11, 2020
Willamette Family continues to take precautionary action in mitigating the risk of exposure to COVID-19. We are accepting individuals seeking substance use treatment through referrals and phone appointments.
- Willamette Family’s Sobering Services is temporarily closed to limit possible COVID-19 exposure among clients. However, MEDICAL DETOXIFICATION SERVICES ARE OPEN and will remain open using enhanced admittance procedures. Please call Buckley at 541-762-4575 for screening 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- The Men’s and Women's Residential Treatment Programs are screening potential new clients who will be tested for COVID-19 to make sure new admits are not introducing the Coronavirus to others in treatment or to the staff providing treatment. Please call the Rapid Access Center at 541-762-4300 Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 if you are seeking treatment
- Outpatient and Day Treatment services are temporarily using teleconferencing instead of meeting directly to protect against exposure to COVID-19. Call the Rapid Access Center at 541-762-4306 Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 for information
- The Medical Clinic asks that all patients call before they come down to see us. We will triage all patients to determine the best care for them. If it is determined that testing for COVID-19 is needed, we will instruct you to go to our clinic’s emergency exit door where a medical provider will meet you for further direction. IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTY BREATHING OR HAVE CHEST PAIN, CALL 911
Willamette Family strictly regulates admissions by requiring medical screening, testing for COVID-19 or completion of a quarantine period with no evidence of the virus to make sure the Coronavirus will not be spread to others in treatment or to staff providing treatment.
Community Health Worker Training
Published on February 3, 2020
Willamette Family's Community Health Worker Training scheduled for March is currently postponed and will be rescheduled tentatively sometime in May. Please contact Amy Zamudio (AmyZ@wfts.org) or Colleen Smith (ColleenS@wfts.org) for any questions.
Willamette Family & Women's Residential Program
Published on September 20, 2019
What is Integrated Care?
Willamette Family has been in the forefront of responding to meet the needs of our community for more than 55 years, providing an array of services that are essential to the recovery and well-being of our clients. To provide all needed services seamless and accessible, we developed wrap around services that truly embrace and carry each client forward. This is what integrated care means at Willamette Family.
Special Report: Oregon’s Meth Epidemic Surges Amid Focus On Opioids
Published on July 22, 2019
The millions of dollars and countless hours that Oregon health officials have devoted to fighting the opioid epidemic in recent years have had an effect: Overdose deaths from prescription painkillers have fallen to a 14-year low.
At the same time, another drug threat is on the rise: methamphetamine. Oregon’s rate of meth use is 76 percent higher than the rest of the country, according to federal data, and that’s led to a spike in deaths. Methamphetamine now kills more people in Oregon every year than do prescription opioids, state data show...(Read Article)
This is an article posted on ® The Lund Report's website dated July 5, 2019 (Read full story)
What is Willamette Family?
Published on July 10, 2019
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!
Seeking professional help for yourself, or your loved one for behavioral health concerns can be hard to do. Finding the right treatment program can be very overwhelming. At Willamette Family, we know that these initial steps are so critical in making an impactful decision for the future. To minimize the level of confusion as you are making this life-altering decision, we created the Rapid Access Center to guide you through your journey. The Rapid Access Center (RAC) is your doorway to recovery and wellness. The RAC is 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. Our health clinic is located in the same building and is available to provide medical care when you need it.
Commitment to Change and Passion for Music...
Published on July 5, 2019
Connor Dayley, one of the members of the band Ghost of Gatsby will be doing a concert benefit for Willamette Family on July 19, 2019 at the WOW Hall. He sat down with the Willamette Family Development Team and shared his story. In his video interview, Connor explained how his determination to make something out of himself and his passion for music along with Willamette Family’s programs and services turned his life around.
Dental Services Available at Willamette Family
Published on May 21, 2019
As part of our continuous efforts to ensure that you receive full body healthcare, Willamette Family, Inc. and Capitol Dental Care are providing dental services at Willamette Family Health Clinic. For more information please call (541) 762-4325 or 971-209-0879 to schedule an appointment. Services provided include:
- Free dental screenings for everyone
- Dental assessments
- X-rays cleanings
- Fluoride application
- Dental sealants
- Treatment referrals
Under one roof, through one open door...
Willamette Family offers mulitple programs and services to our commmunity.
Published on November 27, 2018
We're Here for You
Last Update: March 29, 2017
WE CAN HELP:
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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