BendCommunity Assistance Center in Bend available through Monday, moving to new location

Community Assistance Center in Bend available through Monday, moving to new location

Community Assistance Center in Bend available through Monday, moving to new location

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — The Community Assistance Center, which has been providing support following Sunday’s tragic shooting event in Bend, will continue to provide services over the holiday weekend at a new location.

One-on-one or small group support will be available Saturday through Monday, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Crisis Stabilization Center, which is located at 63311 NE Jamison Street in Bend.   

The Community Assistance Center is a partnership between Deschutes County Health Services, the DA Victims’ Assistance Program, St. Charles Health System and Bend-La Pine Schools.  Spanish translation services will be available.

Additional resource information:

  • If residents are experiencing a psychiatric emergency or serious thoughts of self-harm, please call the 988 Crisis Line. Calling 988 connects you to staff prepared to provide compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress. Staff at this number also have access to our local crisis teams.
  • You may also reach out to the Deschutes County Stabilization Center for walk-in psychiatric crisis services.
    • Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day
    • Non-Emergency: (541) 585-7210
    • 24hr Crisis Line: (541) 322-7500 ext. 9.

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