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The UCTC is one of many agencies and practices providing therapy services in the area, and there are many reasons why a referral into the community may be a good option to consider.  Sometimes longer term treatment, specific forms of treatment, clinician availability over breaks, and other services may be a better fit for your needs. 

If a referral is right for you, the UCTC can still help!

We work with many providers in the community and can help to find a good fit for you based on a variety of preferences and needs you may have:  therapist specialties, office location, insurance type, and others.  To receive help with a referral, please call the UCTC at (541) 346-3227 and let our staff know.  You will be scheduled a brief phone meeting with a counselor to discuss your concerns and receive recommendations for appropriate services.

While there are too many providers to list here, we have included a few of the lost-cost resources in the community.

 

Eugene Low Cost Providers

Options Counseling
1255 Pearl St., Suite 102
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-687-6983
URL: http://www.options.org
 
Individual, couples, group, child, and family counseling. Sliding scale may be available; clients seen by interns. Accepts Oregon Health Plan and other insurance or $91 per session. Call to schedule an intake appointment. 
Phone 687-6983. Hours 8:30 – 5:00, M, W, Th, F; 9:30-5:00 T.     
Groups
  • DBT groups: Two different modules that last for 8 weeks each. OHP will cover groups; otherwise $60/ two-hour session. Must be referred by (any) individual therapist.
  • Domestic violence: Groups for men (offered in Spanish and English) and women (English), victims and abusers. $40 Intake, sliding scale from $25-$35, OHP will cover women’s cost.
  • Parenting Teenagers and Success: OHP or $10, only offered in English.
  • Safe and Sound: Offered to 5-8 year old children, primary focus on abuse, OHP or $ 10, only offered in English.
  
Center for Family Development
1258 High St.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-342-8437
URL: http://www.c-f-d.org
 
Call about information on group offerings which may include Coping with Depression Skill Building, Coping with Hearing Voices, Relapse Prevention, Women’s Drug and Alcohol Group, Drug Education Skill Building, and Alcohol and Other Drug Recovery Group. Phone 342-8437 or 342-4863. Hours 8:00 – 5:00 (Receptionist closes @ 4:30), Monday – Friday
Teaching Clinic (counseling by interns in master’s program): Individuals, couples and families. Sliding scale $5-70/session based on income and # of dependents. Sessions may be videotaped for training.
 
 
UO Center for Family Therapy
1555 Alder St., Suite 170
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-346-0923
URL: https://education.uoregon.edu/hedco-clinic/center-
 
Individual, couple and family counseling. $10 - $50 sliding scale. Counselors are trainees in master’s program with specialization in marriage and family therapy.  Videotape all sessions (for educational purposes only, is erased soon thereafter). Phone 346-3296. Hours 11:00 – 9:00, Monday-Friday
 
 
Northwest Christian College
755 E 11th Avenue
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-349-7471
URL: http://www.nwcu.edu/student-life/resources/counsel
 
Individual counseling ages 16+. Call to schedule a free intake. $5 per session. Unable to work with psychosis or eating disorders. Interested in working with clients with Axis II disorders and will work with clients reporting suicidal ideation. Services now available year round. Phone 349-7471. Hours 9:00-7:00; Wednesday, Tuesday, and Thursday; 9:00-8:00; Monday, closed Friday-Sunday.
 
 
Looking Glass
20 E 13th Avenue
Eugene OR, 97401
P: Counseling:541-484-4428
URL: http://www.lookingglass.us
 
Individual, children, youth, and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Fees discussed individually with each client.
Phone 484-4428. Hours 8:00 – 6:00, Monday-Thursday; 8:00-3:00 Friday.
 
 
Center for Community Counseling
1465 Coburg Road
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-344-0620
URL: http://ccceugene.org
 
Individual, children, youth, and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Must have no insurance and have attempted to utilize services at the UCTC if a student. Various Groups offered including anger management and DBT. Intakes $15.00. Fees discussed individually with each client.
 
 
Direction Services
576 Olive St., #307
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-344-7303
URL: http://www.directionservice.org
 
Individual and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Fees discussed individually with each client.
 

Eugene Vet Center
1255 Pearl St.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-465-6918
 
Free individual and group counseling for veterans. Special counseling program for veterans who experienced sexual trauma while in the military. Bereavement counseling for family members of combat veterans. Extended counseling for combat veterans. Hours- 8:00-4:30 Mon.-Fri.
 
 
SASS
591 W. 12th Ave
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-484-9791
URL: http://www.sass-lane.org
 
Provides services for women survivors of all forms of sexual violence. Call to schedule, or drop in group Monday night 7:00-8:30 pm at the SASS office.
 
 
UO Psychology Clinic
Straub Hall, 1227
University of Oregon
Eugene OR, 97403
P: 541-346-4954
URL: http://www.psychweb.uoregon.edu/clinic
 
Individual and groups. Must be enrolled in the academic year. $5.00 per session.
 
 
Volunteers in Medicine
3221 W. 11th Ave
Eugene OR, 97402
P: 541-685-1800
URL: http://www.vim-clinic.org/
 
Once eligible for services, clients will be seen for an initial Mental Health Intake Evaluation in 3-4 weeks. Counseling in 2-4 weeks after that. For Psychiatric care and medication monitoring it takes about 1-2 months. Social work grad student helps clients access needed social support services in the community. Services include: General medicine & family services, immunizations for children, preventive care, health screenings, diabetes management, mental health services. Donations accepted once approved for services. Call for a screening and then appointment is made based on qualification. Eligibility requirements: proof of income which is 85-200% of federal poverty level, not eligible for OHP, Medicare, Medicaid, or other health insurance.

 
White Bird Clinic
341 E. 12th Ave.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-342-8255
 
Individuals. Sliding fee scale for payments starts at $30 (may have variation and lower options). Sliding scale is an 8-12 week wait. OHP initial limit of 10 sessions. Best way to be seen is to walk-in and talk with a crisis counselor. 24 hour crisis walk-in- few slots available for general counseling. Priority to homeless or verge of homelessness people. Good for clients who need multiple services (therapy &crisis management.) Call to schedule an intake appointment, which will be scheduled within 1 week, regular counseling 1-3 weeks later.

 

 

The UCTC is one of many agencies and practices providing therapy services in the area, and there are many reasons why a referral into the community may be a good option to consider.  Sometimes longer term treatment, specific forms of treatment, clinician availability over breaks, and other services may be a better fit for your needs. 

If a referral is right for you, the UCTC can still help!

We work with many providers in the community and can help to find a good fit for you based on a variety of preferences and needs you may have:  therapist specialties, office location, insurance type, and others.  To receive help with a referral, please call the UCTC at (541) 346-3227 and let our staff know.  You will be scheduled a brief phone meeting with a counselor to discuss your concerns and receive recommendations for appropriate services.

While there are too many providers to list here, we have included a few of the lost-cost resources in the community.

 

Eugene Low Cost Providers

Options Counseling
1255 Pearl St., Suite 102
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-687-6983
URL: http://www.options.org
 
Individual, couples, group, child, and family counseling. Sliding scale may be available; clients seen by interns. Accepts Oregon Health Plan and other insurance or $91 per session. Call to schedule an intake appointment. 
Phone 687-6983. Hours 8:30 – 5:00, M, W, Th, F; 9:30-5:00 T.     
Groups
  • DBT groups: Two different modules that last for 8 weeks each. OHP will cover groups; otherwise $60/ two-hour session. Must be referred by (any) individual therapist.
  • Domestic violence: Groups for men (offered in Spanish and English) and women (English), victims and abusers. $40 Intake, sliding scale from $25-$35, OHP will cover women’s cost.
  • Parenting Teenagers and Success: OHP or $10, only offered in English.
  • Safe and Sound: Offered to 5-8 year old children, primary focus on abuse, OHP or $ 10, only offered in English.
  
Center for Family Development
1258 High St.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-342-8437
URL: http://www.c-f-d.org
 
Call about information on group offerings which may include Coping with Depression Skill Building, Coping with Hearing Voices, Relapse Prevention, Women’s Drug and Alcohol Group, Drug Education Skill Building, and Alcohol and Other Drug Recovery Group. Phone 342-8437 or 342-4863. Hours 8:00 – 5:00 (Receptionist closes @ 4:30), Monday – Friday
Teaching Clinic (counseling by interns in master’s program): Individuals, couples and families. Sliding scale $5-70/session based on income and # of dependents. Sessions may be videotaped for training.
 
 
UO Center for Family Therapy
1555 Alder St., Suite 170
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-346-0923
URL: https://education.uoregon.edu/hedco-clinic/center-
 
Individual, couple and family counseling. $10 - $50 sliding scale. Counselors are trainees in master’s program with specialization in marriage and family therapy.  Videotape all sessions (for educational purposes only, is erased soon thereafter). Phone 346-3296. Hours 11:00 – 9:00, Monday-Friday
 
 
Northwest Christian College
755 E 11th Avenue
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-349-7471
URL: http://www.nwcu.edu/student-life/resources/counsel
 
Individual counseling ages 16+. Call to schedule a free intake. $5 per session. Unable to work with psychosis or eating disorders. Interested in working with clients with Axis II disorders and will work with clients reporting suicidal ideation. Services now available year round. Phone 349-7471. Hours 9:00-7:00; Wednesday, Tuesday, and Thursday; 9:00-8:00; Monday, closed Friday-Sunday.
 
 
Looking Glass
20 E 13th Avenue
Eugene OR, 97401
P: Counseling:541-484-4428
URL: http://www.lookingglass.us
 
Individual, children, youth, and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Fees discussed individually with each client.
Phone 484-4428. Hours 8:00 – 6:00, Monday-Thursday; 8:00-3:00 Friday.
 
 
Center for Community Counseling
1465 Coburg Road
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-344-0620
URL: http://ccceugene.org
 
Individual, children, youth, and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Must have no insurance and have attempted to utilize services at the UCTC if a student. Various Groups offered including anger management and DBT. Intakes $15.00. Fees discussed individually with each client.
 
 
Direction Services
576 Olive St., #307
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-344-7303
URL: http://www.directionservice.org
 
Individual and family counseling.
Call and ask for intake coordinator. Fees discussed individually with each client.
 

Eugene Vet Center
1255 Pearl St.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-465-6918
 
Free individual and group counseling for veterans. Special counseling program for veterans who experienced sexual trauma while in the military. Bereavement counseling for family members of combat veterans. Extended counseling for combat veterans. Hours- 8:00-4:30 Mon.-Fri.
 
 
SASS
591 W. 12th Ave
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-484-9791
URL: http://www.sass-lane.org
 
Provides services for women survivors of all forms of sexual violence. Call to schedule, or drop in group Monday night 7:00-8:30 pm at the SASS office.
 
 
UO Psychology Clinic
Straub Hall, 1227
University of Oregon
Eugene OR, 97403
P: 541-346-4954
URL: http://www.psychweb.uoregon.edu/clinic
 
Individual and groups. Must be enrolled in the academic year. $5.00 per session.
 
 
Volunteers in Medicine
3221 W. 11th Ave
Eugene OR, 97402
P: 541-685-1800
URL: http://www.vim-clinic.org/
 
Once eligible for services, clients will be seen for an initial Mental Health Intake Evaluation in 3-4 weeks. Counseling in 2-4 weeks after that. For Psychiatric care and medication monitoring it takes about 1-2 months. Social work grad student helps clients access needed social support services in the community. Services include: General medicine & family services, immunizations for children, preventive care, health screenings, diabetes management, mental health services. Donations accepted once approved for services. Call for a screening and then appointment is made based on qualification. Eligibility requirements: proof of income which is 85-200% of federal poverty level, not eligible for OHP, Medicare, Medicaid, or other health insurance.

 
White Bird Clinic
341 E. 12th Ave.
Eugene OR, 97401
P: 541-342-8255
 
Individuals. Sliding fee scale for payments starts at $30 (may have variation and lower options). Sliding scale is an 8-12 week wait. OHP initial limit of 10 sessions. Best way to be seen is to walk-in and talk with a crisis counselor. 24 hour crisis walk-in- few slots available for general counseling. Priority to homeless or verge of homelessness people. Good for clients who need multiple services (therapy &crisis management.) Call to schedule an intake appointment, which will be scheduled within 1 week, regular counseling 1-3 weeks later.