Mental Health Resources for Families

Comforting on the Bench
  • Did you know...

      • 20% of 13-18 year olds live with a mental health condition?
      • 17% of high school students seriously consider suicide?
      • 50% of 8-15 year olds with a mental health condition don't receive treatment? 

    Watch a slideshow from NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), with tips to help parents and teachers identify students who may have a mental health condition

    National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1.800.273.8255 

    Please review the Springfield Public Schools Suicide Intervention Plan.

    Local Resources

    Starting in 2018, Springfield Public Schools is partnering with several community organizations to provide additional supports in our schools. We are very thankful to work in collaboration with local organizations such as The Child Center, Direction Service, Looking Glass, Ophelia’s Place, Oregon Community Programs and CAHOOTS's Mobile Mental Health Resource Clinic to serve our students' mental and emotional health needs right in their neighborhood school.

    Also, the Springfield Schools Health Center has two mental health specialists on staff. Call 541.682.3550 for more information or to make an appointment.

    National Alliance on Mental Illness

    The National Alliance on Mental IllnessLane County chapter, offers a variety of services for students and their family members who suffer from mental illness.

    NAMI's website has information on a number of conditions, and the NAMI Lane Co. office has an even more extensive library of materials on brain disorders. 

  • Local NAMI contact

    NAMI Lane County
    2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
    Eugene, OR 97401