Most people facing divorce feel some degree of fear, anger and betrayal. This is normal,
but we want our clients to be able to move beyond these feelings, especially when
children are involved.
Using the internet, you can locate extensive reading lists and other resources. We recommend:
If you live in Lane County, you might begin by contacting the Center for Community Counseling, or checking with your own therapist or minister.
Center for Community Counseling
1465 Coburg Rd., Suite 1
Eugene, OR 97401
Offers anger management and parenting classes.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Abused or neglected children may be removed from their homes and placed into substitute care. Through the CASA program, trained volunteers advocate for the protection and well-being of children.
Divorce Recovery Programs in Lane County
First Baptist Church
3550 Fox Meadow Rd. (off Coburg Road in Eugene)
Contact: Glen Eickmeyer
Divorce Recovery - A 13-week evening program for anyone thinking about, or experiencing, divorce (February and September)
Lane County Courts and legal assistance
Oregon Division of Child Support, Family Law Resource Lists
Oregon State Law
For information about how divorce affects division of property; child custody, visitation and support; spousal support; how to change your name; attorney fees.
Divorce help for women.
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