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707 SW Gaines St.
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: (503) 494-7814
Location: Marquam Hill Campus, CDRC.
One of the few clinics of its kind in the US that
treats individuals who cannot use speech or
writing for communication. Innovative technology
for communication disorders due to stroke, MS, ALS, movement
disorders, mental retardation or autism.
Pediatrics - Neurology
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East Portland Neurology
Dr. Robert Crumpacker
Dr. Panna Shah
10000 S.E. Main St., Ste 307
Portland, OR 97216
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Marquam Hill Campus
Outpatient Clinic Building
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: (503) 494-6976
Hours: Thursday mornings
The Behavioral Neurology clinic sees patients
who have disorders of higher cortical function
secondary to brain disease. The syndromes
evaluated include aphasias, apraxias, agnosias,
disorders of attention and memory and frontal lobe syndromes.
The disorders may be secondary to a wide variety of medical or neurological conditions ranging from inherited disorders to medical illnesses, including
degenerative brain diseases and focal brain lesions.
Oregon Psychological Association
Portland, OR 97216
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of NW
10220 SE Sunnyside Road
Contact Genetic Counselor:
Laura Rivas, Cheryl Miranda,
Roberta Foxley, Jessica Kushner,
Angella Holt and Kate Dietrich
Phone: (503) 571-5827
Oregon Health Sciences University
P.O. Box 574
Portland, OR 97207
Contact: Karen Kovak, MS,
Phone: (503) 494-8307
Fax: (503) 494-2786
Also does: preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
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State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
3855 Wolverine NE, Suite 6
Salem, OR 97310
Phone: (503) 378-6533
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CDRC building, Room 3200
707 SW Gaines Road,
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Phone: (541) 686-7000
Eugene, OR 97440
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Center for Family Development
1258 High Street
Eugene, OR 97401
The office is open from 8 to 5; sessions are by appointment only. Mental health treatment
for children and adults.
Volunteers in Medicine Clinic3321 West 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Phone: (541) 685-1800
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Social Service Office
450 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Phone: (541) 689-6747
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1062 Main Street #12
Springfield, OR 97477
Phone: (541) 726-8125
Temporary shelter, food and clothing to families who are homeless and shelter to single
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