Crossroads Ranch serves clients of all ages with many different circumstances including those with: ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, Down’s syndrome, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, family crises such as divorce, abuse and abandonment. The leaders at Crossroads Ranch work hard to pair clients with an activity or horse that will encourage them forward toward hope and personal growth that will extend beyond the Ranch and into their daily lives.
Mon – Fri 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
DHS Child Welfare Office
Clothing and Material Goods
Cash for families (TANF): To qualify for TANF, families must have very few assets and little or no income. You can apply for TANF by visiting this DHS Self-Sufficiency office.
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR): DHS Vocational Rehabilitation assists individuals with disabilities to get and keep a job that matches their skills, interests and abilities. Community Counseling Solutions and Developmental Disabilities
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): SNAP offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Oregon Trail Card (EBT): An Oregon Trail Card is an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and is similar to a debit card from a bank. It is what the Department of Human Services (DHS) uses to get benefits to clients. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF): The TANF program provides cash assistance to low-income families with children while they strive to become self-sufficient. Cash assistance is intended to meet a family’s basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter and utilities.
In-home support and services, Caregiver support, Long-term care, Employing a Homecare or Personal Support worker, Independent Living Services, Reporting Adult Abuse
Mon – Fri 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Desert Dream Thrift Store is a non-profit organization providing support through vouchers for clothing and work opportunities for people with Developmental Disabilities in Harney County.
Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Sunday – Monday: Closed
Early Childhood Special Education or ECSE offers special education services to eligible children starting at age 3 and continuing until they enter kindergarten. Services can include specially designed instruction and/or related services such as physical, occupational, or speech and language therapy. Services may be provided at community preschools, childcare facilities or at ECSE center sites.
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Older Americans Act Programs, Information and Assistance, Congregate Meal Site, Meals-On-Wheels, Family Caregiver Program, Legal Assistance, OPI (Oregon Project Independence), Recreation and Exercise, Health and Wellness, Emergency Services, Prescription help with Needy Meds.,Emergency Shelter, Emergency fuel help for transients, Emergency bus ticket for transients, Emergency energy assistance (seasonally), Energy Assistance, LIHEAP seasonal energy assistance, Weatherization, Food Pantry Site, Housing Assistance, Dial-A-Ride (Public Transportation), SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefit Assistance)
Aging and People with Disability Resource Connection
Disaster & Emergency Services
Emergency services include: Prescription help with Needy Meds, Emergency Shelter, Emergency fuel help for transients, emergency bus ticket for transients and Emergency energy assistance (seasonally).
Food Pantry Site – Harney County Families are able to obtain 3-5 days of meals twelve (12) times a year. We encourage a visit once a month. We provide small “transient sacks” 2-3 meals, to those in need passing through the community. Hours of operation are; Mondays, Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00, and Fridays 8:30-11:00 and 1:00-3:00.
Congregate Meal Site – Meals are served at the Harney County Senior & Community Services Center at 12:00noon each Wednesday and Friday. Reservations are not necessary. For persons 60+ the suggested donation for the meal is $3.50 and for those under 60 the cost of the meal is $4.50. Meal tickets are available for purchase at the front office or at the registration table on Meal days. For 10 meals the cost of the ticket is $35 for those 60+ and $45 for those under 60.
Meals-On-Wheels – Hot meals are delivered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to housebound seniors 60+ and their spouse with a suggested donation of $3.50 per meal. Caregivers and guests under 60 must pay 4.50. Frozen meals are available for days without delivery at the suggested donation of $3.50. Meal tickets are available for purchase upon request.
Housing Programs offered at HCSC include: Emergency Shelter Program, Emergency Energy Assistance, and LIHEAP Energy Assistance.
Legal Services / Taxes
Legal and tax assistance provided through the Older Americans Act Program.
Prescription Drug Assistance Program
Meals on Wheels, hostessing, table setters, SHIBA representatives, kitchen help, food bank. Call for more information.
Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Services include: Mental Health Services, Addiction Treatment, Community Health Worker Resource Services, Developmental Services, Nurse Practitioner, Domestic Violence Services, Patient Referrals, Supported Employment, Gambling Addiction Service, Crisis Services, Residential Facility Treatment, Dual Diagnosis Facility, Medication Evaluation, Pediatric Psychiatrist, Life Skills Training. Phone Service 24 Hours a Day.
Please contact Symmetry Care regarding eligibility, services and supports for an adult or child with a Developmental or Intellectual Disability.
Drug & Alcohol Services
Please contact Symmetry Care regarding eligibility, services and supports for an adult in need of addiction treatment.
Thanksgiving & Christmas Meal: Contact Symmetry Care for more information.
Tobacco Cessation Services