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Disability Supports in Lane County, Oregon

According to Oregon’s Office on Disability and Health’s 2013 report on Health of Oregonians with Disabilities, more than 1 in 4 people living in Lane County are living with some sort of disability. Here are some resources for accessing assistance with your disability in Lane County. Most are local, but a few are national services if we were unable to find a Lane County organization specific to that disability.

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  • Lane County Developmental Disability Services helps individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities coordinate self-directed services. They are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-682-3695.
  • Lane Independent Living Alliance helps individuals with physical, mental, cognitive, and sensory disabilities navigate housing and transportation, learn life skills, and become self advocates. They are open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-607-7020 or by email at lila@lilaoregon.org.
  • Full Access assists with activities of daily living, home and vehicle modifications, , and employment. They are open from 8:30 am to 5pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-284-5070 or by email through the contact form on their website.
  • Mentor Oregon helps individuals with physical and mental disabilities and individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries to gain independence. You can contact them by phone at 541-345-8876.
  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection is a free service that helps seniors and people with disabilities find a care facility, access food and meals via Meals on Wheels, enroll rural seniors in the Energy Assistance Program, and assist with transportation for medical appointments, shopping, and errands. You can contact them by phone at 541-682-4038 or by email at sds@lane.org.
  • Lane Transit District provides a service called RideSource that offers curb to curb rides for individuals with disabilities that meet eligibility requirements. You can contact them by phone at 541-687-5555 or by email at ltd@ltd.org.
  • Rhody Express Bus is wheelchair accessible. You can contact them by phone at 541-902-2067 or by email at rctaxi@presys.com.
  • Grants Hearing Center provides assistive audio devices and does free hearing screenings. You can contact them by phone at 541-344-4442 or on Facebook.
  • All Med Oregon rents out mobility devices such as powered wheelchairs. You can contact them by phone at 541-997-9600.
  • Care Medical Equipment sells wheelchairs, catheters, ostomy bags, and other home care medical supplies. They are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-343-0304 or by email at eugene@caremedical.com.
  • Lincare sells respiratory therapy products. You can contact them by phone at 541-902-8330.
  • Northwest Medical sells adult and pediatric respiratory therapy supplies and breast pumps. You can contact them by phone at 800-280-1862 or by email through the contact form on their website.
  • ShawMed sells mobility aids, catheters, ostomy bags, and other home care medical supplies. You can contact them by phone at 541-342-4276 or by email at contact@shawmed.com.
  • NuMotion sells and repairs adult and pediatric mobility devices. They are open Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-686-9706 or 800-379-9706.
  • Early Childhood CARES is a service provided by the University of Oregon which does free developmental disability assessments for children. Children with developmental disabilities may qualify for free preschool through this program as well. You can contact them by phone at 541-346-2578 or 800-925-8694 or by email via their website contact form.
  • Direction Service helps disabled individuals and their families coordinate services, provides emotional support, and arranges meetings with schools to ensure children with disabilities are having their needs met. They are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 4:30pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-686-5060 (Springfield) or 541-344-7303 (Eugene) or by email via the contact form on their site. Their emergency contact cell phone number is 541-913-6283.
  • Bridgeway House is a nonprofit organization that supports autistic individuals. They operate a school and provide other supports for families of autistic children. They are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 3pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-345-0805 or through the contact form on their website.
  • KindTree provides supports and services for individuals with autism and their families. Some of their services are free and other are available for a small fee. You can contact them by phone at 541-780-6950 or by email at autism@kindtree.org.
  • Eugene Public Library has wheelchair accessible computers, Braille printers, ASL translators, and screen readers available upon request with 48 hour notice. You can contact them by phone at 541-682-5450 or by email at libraryaskus@ci.eugene.or.us.
  • Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational materials and support to individuals living with cerebral palsy and their families. You can contact them by phone at 855-337-5531, by email at contact@cerebralpalsyguide.com, or through the live chat feature on their website.
  • The Learning Center supports students with disabilities attending the University of Oregon. They connect disabled students with tutors and help them learn executive functioning skills. You can contact them via the contact form on their website.
  • Laurel Hill Center helps individuals with psychiatric disabilities find employment, get into subsidized housing, and learn coping skills for mental health crises.
  • Lane County Human Services can provide emergency temporary housing, permanent supportive housing, and support services for individuals with disabilities. They are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. You can contact them by phone at 541-682-3798.
  • Catholic Community Services provides assistance with basics needs such as food and clothing, medication, rent, and transit passes. They also help with obtaining birth certificates and driver licenses/state ID cards. You can contact them by phone at 541-345-3642.

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