Address the Pain Resources, Websites and Information



If you're hurting, depressed or just need someone to talk to, please use one or all of the resources available to you, some 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and get help! People do care about you!


Klamath Youth Development Center


(541) 883-1030  ∙  Click for Website

Youth America Hotline


(877) 968-8454    Click for Website

Klamath Crisis Center


(541) 884-0390 [24 hours a day]    Click for Website

Lutheran Community Services


(541) 883-3471  ∙  Click for Website


Click for Website


Integral Youth Services


(541) 810-1533  ∙  Click for Website









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Hope Community Center is now offering a free after school program for children ages 5 through grade 6. Monday-Friday during the school year from 2:30 to 6:00pm.

For further information contact them at (541) 205-3054


National Alliance for Mental Health is currently offering the following classes: For more information contact: Becky McNair at  or 541-884-1857.

Family to Family - 12 weeks, offering support and helping family members and caregivers cope. Peer to Peer- 12 weeks, people with mental health issues in recovery teaching others with mental issues. Basics- 6 weeks of classes taught by trained Basics Instructor, Corrie Burket , who has recently relocated from the Portland area.  For more information contact: Becky McNair at  or 541-884-1857.


The Military HelpLine Post-Deployment Drop-in Group is at the Portland VA Medical Center, building 104 - P2 level, Mental Health Clinic - Room 103, Tuesdays from 4pm to 5:30pm.


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Military Veterans


Veteran Communities:


Military Helpline 888-457-4838 - click for website

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America - click for website

American Legion - click for website


For Wounded Warriors:


Homes for our troops provides homes for severely injured veterans - click for website

The National Resource Directory provides information for wounded, ill and injured service members, Veterans and families who support them - click for website

Puppies Behind Bars: Dog Tag Program provides service dogs for Veterans with service connected disabilities - click for website


For Oregon Veterans:


Housing Assistance for Veterans who meet federal definitions of "chronically homeless" is available in Klamath County. Please contact Rachel Howard at 541-891-4836 for more information or to be screened for eligibility. 

Oregon Veterans Employment provides benefits and resources for veterans in Oregon - click for website

Oregon National Guard servicemen and family support - click for website




GI Bill resources - click for website


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