Helpful Community Resources

At Pfeifer & Associates, we want to make different types of assistance accessible for our people with substance use disorder and their families in La Pine, Redmond, and Bend, OR. Read on to discover support groups, rehabilitations programs, and clean and sober housing in Central Oregon.

Emergency/Homeless

Bethlehem Inn Homeless Shelter
Phone: 541-389-2820 | 541-322-8768

Home of the Brave
Homeless Vets
Phone: 541-383-5904

House of Hope Ministries
Women’s Housing Redmond
Men’s Housing Bend
Phone: 541-390-1594

Madras Gospel Mission
Men’s and Women’s Housing
Phone: 541-475-2064

Shepherd’s House Homeless Shelter
(Men Only)
Phone: 541-388-2096

The Loft
Homeless Youth
Phone: 541-318-3436 | 541-382-0934

Transitional Housing

Bear Creek House
1543 NE Bear Creek Rd.
Bend, OR 97702
(Oxford House – Men’s Housing)
Phone: 541-678-5384

Centennial House
569 SE Centennial Blvd.
Bend, OR 97702
(Oxford House – Men’s Housing)
Phone: 541-788-0022

McCartney House
212 NE McCartney Ave.
Bend, OR 97702
(Oxford House – Men’s Housing)
Phone: 541-633-7576

Mount Bachelor House
750 Olney Ct.
Bend, OR 97702
(Oxford House – Men’s Housing)
Phone: 541-678-5384

M. Jonas House
1645 Wells Acres Rd.
Bend, OR 97701
(Oxford House – Women’s Housing)
Phone: 541-728-0723

Pfeifer Housing
Phone: 503-209-1233

Permanent Housing

Pfeifer & Associates 
Phone: 541-383-4293

NE Holliday Ave.
Bend OR 97702

Centennial
Bend, OR 97702

Independence
Bend, OR 97702

NW 17th St.
Redmond, OR 97756

Local Support Groups

Pfeifer & Associates has compiled a listing of local support organizations that may be able to assist you. Although the list is not exhaustive, we hope that you would find it useful. Should you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of our staff.

The Salvation Army – Bend Corps
755 NE 2nd St.
Bend, OR 97701
Phone: 541-389-8888

The Salvation Army offers emergency food boxes to anyone in need once every 60 days. The distribution hours are from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Central Oregon 211
Through them, you can connect to a wide range of social services in Central Oregon by making one phone call. They can help you find resources for various basic needs, such as:

  • Counseling/Support Groups
  • Employment
  • Food and Clothing
  • Health Care
  • Housing/Emergency Shelter
  • Legal Services
  • Public Agencies
  • Transportation

Central Oregon 211 answers calls from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Apart from dialing the 2-1-1 phone number, you can also visit their website to ask for more information and a register of services.

NeighborImpact
Main Office
2303 SW 1st St.
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: 541-548-2380

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NeighborImpact staff members are available Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, to offer a variety of services, with different eligibility requirements for each service. These services include: 

  • Child Care Resources
  • Energy Assistance
  • Energy Education
  • Family Shelter
  • Food Bank
  • Home Tenant-Based Assistance
  • Rent Assistance
  • Transitional Housing
  • Weatherization

Additional Help: Before and After Rehab

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  • Saving Grace works with women and their families who are at risk for domestic violence and personal abuse.
  • Housing Works is the Central Oregon Regional Housing Authority, a public corporation organized under Housing Authority Law of the State of Oregon. Through public/private partnerships, Housing Works has created a dedicated supply of affordable housing. Contact this agency for housing needs.
  • Addiction Studies offers a program for those who are looking to make a career of addiction counseling.

   Recovery Resources

Hep C and HIV Assistance
It is estimated that 64,000 Oregonians are living with Hep C, and approximately two-thirds do not know they are infected. In terms of HIV, one in five people infected with the virus are unaware of their positive infection status.

Knowing your status is a step in the reduction of the spread of these two diseases. It also offers a connection to care services.

Clients are offered a counseling session after they participate in an education session about HIV and Hep C. If a client qualifies and chooses to be tested, testing will be done on site. The results will be available in two to four weeks.

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