LOCATION: Klamath, OR

Klamath Falls, OR

Serving Klamath County, Oregon

We are here for you and our work and services continue, but our doors in Klamath Falls will be closed to clients until further notice to protect everyone from COVID-19. Please contact us by calling 541-883-3471 during business hours or email us at klamathreception@lcsnw.org  for more information or help. Please contact us if you think we do not have your current contact information. Read more.

Contact Information

Address

2545 N Eldorado Ave
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Phone

541-883-3471

Email

Fax

541-883-3524

Map

Klamath Falls

Hours

Mon: 8:30am – 5:30pm*
Tues: 1:00pm – 5:30pm
Wed: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm*
Thu: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm*
Fri: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm*
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

* Closed: 12pm-1pm

During the winter months, if BOTH county and city schools are closed due to inclement weather, Lutheran Community Services NW will be closed as well.

Director

Bob Pickel

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In Klamath Falls, we are practicing physical distancing and peace over panic. Some of our staff will be featured showing you what brings them peace during times that are troubling. How are you practicing peace?

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In Klamath Falls, we are practicing physical distancing and peace over panic. Some of our staff will be featured showing you what brings them peace during times that are troubling. How are you practicing peace? #HealthJusticeHope #peaceis #peaceoverpanic

In Klamath Falls, we are practicing physical distancing and peace over panic. Some of our staff will be featured showing you what brings them peace during times that are troubling. How are you practicing peace?

#HealthJusticeHope
#PeaceIs
#peaceoverpanic
... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

In Klamath Falls, we are practicing physical distancing and peace over panic. Some of our staff will be featured showing you what brings them peace during times that are troubling. How are you practicing peace? #HealthJusticeHope #peaceis #peaceoverpanic

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