Klamath Falls, OR

Serving Klamath County, Oregon


We are seeing people in person for scheduled appointments and for people seeking services for the first time. If you are an established client with LCS and prefer telehealth appointments, we can accommodate you after you speak with your counselor. We are considered a healthcare facility by the Oregon Health Authority so masks are required to be worn in our office. Hours and contact information are below. We are so happy to welcome you all back!

Contact Information


2545 N Eldorado Ave
Klamath Falls, OR 97601







Klamath Falls


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.


Nora Foster

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Great news for county schools!!This year, school supplies will be provided and most class fees will be covered for all students in the Klamath County School District.

Supplies will be purchased by the district and distributed to students by their teachers at the beginning of the school year. Schools will let families know if there are any additional personal items students might need.

The district is investing about $230,000 to provide supplies for more than 6,900 students at its 21 schools.

At the elementary level, families may still need to pay activity or field trip fees, and families of junior high and high school students may still need to pay for clubs and extracurricular activities, gym uniforms and locks and parking permits. Schools may charge a supply fee in courses that provide a take-home item upon completion.
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2 days ago
Great news for county schools!!

We are so proud of all of our graduates!!

#HealthJusticeHopeIt's never too late to graduate ... and celebrate. Bravo to these resilient women who completed our Substance Use Disorder program in #klamathfallsoregon. And to our SUD counseling team that brought them together to recognize the achievement, at last. bit.ly/3Ak7C98 #HealthJusticeHope #sobrietyrocks #congratulations #lifeaftercovid
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6 days ago
We are so proud of all of our graduates!!


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