Family Solutions mission is to provide mental health services, creating opportunities for healing with children, adults, and families. We do this by providing: outpatient therapy, school-based counseling, day treatment schools, community-based family support, residential programs, proctor foster care, and more. At Family Solutions, the person we serve is at the center of their care; values, beliefs, and preferences are honored when we work together as equal partners to achieve positive outcomes. Support from Rogue Winterfest helps us remain flexible in addressing the growing mental health needs of our community.
Kairos proudly collaborates with youth, families, and community partners. Our mission statement says it all, “We collaborate with young people, families, and communities to provide intensive mental health services and supports, promote mental wellness, and instill hope”. This is not just a statement but an intention each day we serve our community. Kairos provides an array of specialized services and supports for young people age 0-24 and their families, including: psychiatric residential interventions; outpatient psychiatry; crisis respite treatment foster care; intensive in-home and in-community supports; and treatment foster care. We are invested in helping the youth and families who are struggling with mental illness. It is our mission to work collaboratively with youth, families, and invested community partners so that these individuals can feel confident that they are valuable, capable, and an important part of our community. We work with youth and families and are witnesses to the positive difference it makes when our clients connect with these valued team members. By connecting families and youth with other resources, we ensure that there is longer term supports in place and progress can be maintained and community partnerships can be formed.
Options for Southern Oregon is Josephine County’s Community Mental Health Program. Options is a leader in implementing cost-effective and innovative programs such as school-based counseling and support; crisis intervention services; assistance with education and work; housing; and hospital and corrections diversion services. Their goal is to foster the development of mental and emotional health and to support their clients’ participation as respected members of our community.