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34 Northeast B Street, Madras, OR, USA
34 Northeast B Street Madras Oregon 97741 US


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34 Northeast B Street, Madras, OR, USA 0 mi

Detailing–Auto and Marine

Upholstery–Auto, Marine, Home and Commercial

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:30pm

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130 Southwest 5th Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.14 mi
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175 SE 5th Street, Madras Oregon 97741 0.16 mi

Madras Computers has a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. We are working with the Jefferson County Senior Center to establish a 2019 schedule for free computer classes, volunteers to help are always welcome.

18 Southeast D Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.18 mi
YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to the Word of God and prayer, passion for sharing the love of Christ, and commitment to social involvement.
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249 SE 5th st Madras Oregon 0.25 mi

Authentic Mexican food.

278 Southeast 8th Street, Madras, OR 97741, USA 0.3 mi

Jefferson County Faith-Based Network is non-profit, Christ-center organization that initiates and coordinate sustainable practical solutions for Jefferson County’s most vulnerable residents while bringing hope to the hurting. The network oversees: Our Community Event, The Community Food Network, Jobs for Life, Jefferson County Winter Shelter, and LINC Madras.

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278 SE 8th St, Madras, OR, USA 0.3 mi

Linking Jefferson county with Hope.

LINC Madras is a Christ based, non profit organization including a combination of local churches and community organizations working together to help local people in need and to transform lives.  Volunteers motivated by the desire to share God’s love and inspired by Jesus’ example of selfless giving are able to pool their time, talent and treasures to create a network of resources and services that respong to the concerns of Jefferson County providing tangible assistance, encouragement and hope.

391 Southwest 4th Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.39 mi

On premises dry cleaning,  minor alterations,  wash and fold,  cowboy starch, Comforters/Sleeping Bags,  Shoe and Handbag repair, Coin-op Laundry

Dry Cleaning Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am -5:30pm

Laundromat Hours: Monday-Sunday 7:00am-9:00pm

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346 Southwest Culver Highway, Madras, OR, USA 0.5 mi

Providing a variety of group fitness classes to Jefferson County residents which help men and women get physically fit and sustain good physical fitness in all stages of life is the goal of Local Motion. The classes offer a variety of fitness techniques including, stretching, weight lifting, balance, cardio workouts, step aerobics, and circuit training… all done creatively and with the supervision of trained fitness experts. The exercises and fitness routines can be modified to adapt to each individual’s abilities and needs. Local Motion recently moved to a new spacious facility.

Classes are taught by Joy Harvey and Carolyn Harvey.

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650 Northeast A Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.61 mi

 TCLC believes that families are the prime educators and advocates for their children. We encourage and support your active participation in all aspects of the program. We recognize that each child and family is unique and that an individualized approach is the best way to meet those specific needs. At TCLC, we strive to create an environment where differences are accepted and valued. The Children’s Learning Center is an educational program that builds and enhances language skills, self-esteem, creativity and respect. We focus on activities that promote independent play, self-control and assist in school readiness. TCLC also works with Early Intervention to meet the needs of children with disabilities. 

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715 Southwest 4th Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.7 mi

While at this time the Public Health Building is restricted to employees and prearranged appointments, our preventative health services, not related to COVID-19, will continue. We ask that clients who need to visit the Public Health Building check-in via phone from the parking lot to be escorted into the building.

Healthy people in thriving communities.

To improve the health and promote the well-being of all Jefferson County residents through policies, partnerships, and services.

 We are honored to serve our community and treat our clients as good neighbors.
Integrity: We hold ourselves to a high standard.
Equity: We remove barriers for those who otherwise might not be able to access services.
Diversity: We identify differences in the community as assets.
Empowerment: We support and encourage our clients and staff to thrive.
Optimism: We believe in our ability to effect positive change in our community.

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850 Southwest 4th Street, Madras, OR 97741, USA 0.9 mi

BestCare has a dynamic Prevention Program in Jefferson County:

Substance Abuse Prevention – BestCare Prevention uses all six of the proven Prevention Strategies listed by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, which include:  Sharing Information, Educating Youth and Adults, Providing opportunities for youth and adults to participate in drug- and alcohol-free activities, Identifying and referring individuals who need help, Bringing key stakeholders together, and Establishing Local Changes that promote wellness.

Problem Gambling Prevention – Did you know that 1.3 percent of Oregon youth are problem gamblers and 4.6 percent are at-risk gamblers? There are between 1,100 and 6,300 adolescents with severe gambling-related difficulties (Volberg, 2007).

In Jefferson County:

    • 34% of 11th-grade students gambled in the past 30 days (sports, video games, dares, etc).

    • 8% of 11th-grade students who gambled felt bad later.

Suicide Prevention –  Through local community members  who are certified trainers, free training is available to community members on Suicide Prevention, Postvention (to reduce risk and promote healing after a suicide loss), and Youth Leaders who train other youth in suicide prevention. Some items contained in prevention’s website include:

Suicide Loss & Healing

Grief & Healing

Children & Grief

Teens & Grief


Free, Confidential Online Mental Health Screenings

Mental Health First Aid – Mental Health First Aid teaches participants how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in our community.

Youth Mental Health First Aid  – Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. Youth Mental Health First Aid is primarily designed for adults who regularly interact with young people. The course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, reviews typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations.

Topics covered include:​

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Substance use

  • Disorders in which psychosis may occur

  • Disruptive behavior disorders (including AD/HD), and eating disorders

Trauma Resilience – A community-based approach to transform potentially toxic stress into tolerable stress.

850 Southwest 4th Street, Madras, OR, USA 0.9 mi

Jefferson County’s Trusted Treatment Program

As one of the longest-serving Substance Use Disorder and mental health recovery providers in Oregon, BestCare is trusted to be the designated treatment program for Jefferson County. Since 1998, we’ve been providing services and care to the children, adults, and families of our community. Using compassion and evidence-based practices, our holistic and collaborative approach places an entire support team by your side, giving you the tools, guidance, and support needed for lasting change.

Substance Use Disorder and mental illness affects people from all walks of life, which is why we proudly serve every member of our community.

Our staff reflects Jefferson County’s diverse population and embraces the unique needs of each individual.

Mental Health Program

BestCare is proud to be the contracted mental health care provider in Jefferson County. Led by a team of clinicians, case managers, coordinators, and skills trainers, our outpatient program provides mental health assessment and a full range of counseling services.  Psychiatry – including evaluation, medication management, and nursing support – is an integral part of our clinical services. For those with severe and persistent mental illness, we offer supportive programs that assist with employment and continued therapy. We also provide services for children and teens with mental health needs, as well as school-based services with on-site individual counseling throughout Jefferson County.

Outpatient SUD Program

As Jefferson County’s contracted outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program, BestCare provides assessment, individual and group counseling, and drug-testing for adults and adolescents suffering from Substance Use Disorders. Our team includes clinicians, recovery mentors, and Native American outreach specialists, who provide a variety of treatment groups, including education, relapse prevention, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. For people experiencing co-occurring disorders, we provide coordinated care with our mental health team. BestCare is a state-certified DUII treatment provider in Jefferson County and is the contracted Oregon Health Plan provider.

Prevention Services

Complementing the efforts of the Prevention Coalition for a Vibrant Community, BestCare’s Prevention Services used evidence-based practices that have been researched and proven to work. From helping to promote resilience and guiding parents of today’s teens, to reducing risk factors for alcohol, marijuana, and drug abuse/misuse, to suicide prevention and postvention training, our programs are effective and community-driven.

Intellectual / Developmental Disabilities Program

The IDD/DD Program is a Medicaid-based program that provides services to an exceptional population in our community. The focus of the program is to keep individual with a developmental disability out of institutional settings by providing supportive services at home and in the community. Our goal is: “Promoting the opportunity for our clients to work toward independent living.”

Supportive Housing / Rental Assistance Program

As a direct rental assistance service for Jefferson County, the Support Housing Program assists adults who have severe and persistent mental illness, limited income, and acute housing needs. The 12- to 18-month program helps participants locate safe, affordable rentals and provides peer support specialists who make regular home visits and assit with accesssing community and government services. When the time comes for participants to progress to independent living, our staff provides mentoring, referrals, and advocacy to help ensure a successful transition.

Supportive Employment

Employment provides a person with more than just income, it gives them identity, structure, and routine. Recognizing the important role employment plays in regaining one’s independence, BestCare offers supported employment services. From identifying skills to maintaining employment, our support helps participants become more self-reliant.

BestClub Adult Mental Health Consumer Services

For individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, we offer the BestClub Program. This adult mental health consumer center is staffed by a mental health team that facilitates individual and group therapy and case management services. Lunches are provided throughout the week, and through a grant from the State Health Services Division, we offer mental health-supported housing and rental assistance for eligible participants.


915 SW Hwy 97, Madras, OR 97741, USA 0.98 mi

Owned and operated by Duane Ledford, a 21 year Marine Corps veteran born and raised in Central Oregon. Stay Center offers everything from educational classes such as youth Hunter’s Education, CHL, pistol, rifle, and shotgun courses, to custom firearms, optics, gunsmithing, hydrodip and ceramic coatings.

Meeting Location: 860 Southwest Madison Street, Madras, OR, USA (Jefferson County Senior Center) 0.98 mi

Simply put, the VFW strives to do good things for deserving people – our veterans, their families and their communities. From local grassroots ideas to national influence, we work every day to make a difference. It’s our strength as an organization. And, with each individual membership, we only grow stronger


1195 Southeast Kemper Way, Madras, OR, USA 1.13 mi
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Southwest Fairgrounds Road, Madras, Jefferson County, OR, USA 1.23 mi

Local fundraising events for the American Cancer Society.

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862 Northwest Glass Drive, Madras, OR, USA 1.51 mi

Willow Canyon Trucking is locally owned by Tom Anderson. The business has water trucks for construction and fire suppression, belly dump trucks, flat bed trucks and the ability to haul small quantities of livestock.

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1112 Wasco Street, Warm Springs, OR, USA 11.29 mi

We are a group of prevention programs that operate under the Warm Springs Health & Humans Services Branch, in the Warm Springs Behavioral Health Department, for the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.

Some of the grants that we manage are: Alcohol Drug Prevention Education Program (ADPEP), Tobacco Prevention Education Program (TPEP), Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships For Success (SPF-PFS), Meth & Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI), Papalaxamisha, Garrett Lee Smith (GLS), Juvenile Crime Prevention (JCP) and the Youth Development Council (YDC) grant.

Some of our partners include: The Warm Springs Native Aspirations Prevention Coalition, Warm Springs Justice Team, Trauma Resilience Adverse Childhood Experiences (TRACEs) of Central Oregon, St. Charles Health Systems, Warm Springs Community Counseling Center, BestCare in Madras and the Warm Springs Culture & Heritage Department.

We engage with multiple stakeholders and community influence, utilize the six Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Strategies, are guided by the Strategic Prevention Framework Model, are informed by Hawkins’ & Catalano’s Risk & Protective Factor theory and we also implement the Community Readiness Assessment model to gauge where our local community is at in terms of different prevention deliverable areas.  Warm Springs uses both Evidence Based Practices and Tribal Best/Tribal Based Practices.  Like any other county, state or non-profit group, our work is becoming more and more data driven, as time goes on.  Much of our work is outreach and promotion, according to the designation of the Institute Of Medicine (IOM) model, what is sometimes referred to as “The Protractor” by our Public Health partners at the state.

Many of our grants are funneled through the State of Oregon (Oregon Health Authority) and we do have some federal grants that are funneled through NARA-NW and one that is through IHS.

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