What's happening at Shangri-La in response to the "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" executive order from Governor Brown?

Shangri-La's amazing Direct Support Professionals and committed essential program administration are still out there providing quality, caring, and very creative supports to the individuals we support with disabilities. Unless these essential personnel show COVID-19 symptoms or risk factors, they will remain on the front lines as champions for health, safety, life enrichment, and person-centered services while honoring the expectations outlined in the Governor's order.

Shangri-La's administrative offices in Salem, Newport, and Eugene are closed to the general public. Many of our administrative employees are working from home or by limited office hours to ensure business functions, like payroll, mail processing and interviews, continue as seamlessly as possible.
If you have questions, please call 503-581-1732 or email community@shangrila-or.org.


Founded as a utopia for life-long learning, fulfillment and happiness, Shangri-La has not strayed far from its roots since its creation in 1963.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and equal opportunity employer, Shangri-La provides human services at nearly 100 locations throughout the mid-Willamette Valley and central Oregon coast. Our programs serve over 2,000 people annually.

Whether you are seeking services for yourself or a loved one, thinking about volunteering with us, or wanting to learn more about our mission, we thank you for visiting our website and look forward to meeting you.

You can always contact us directly by calling our Salem, Eugene, Newport, or Florence offices.

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