CAHOOTS

White Bird Clinic's mobile crisis response is now running 18 hours (9am to 3am) in Springfield with our Cahoots Metro program and will be 24/7 by the end of summer. Thanks to all our dedicated staff and community members who support our important work assisting folks across the Eugene/Springfield area. To access Cahoots services call police non-emergency numbers. 541 726 3714 (Springfield) and 541 682 5111 (Eugene) CAHOOTS operates 24/7 in Eugene!

CAHOOTS (Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets) provides mobile crisis intervention within the city limits of Eugene, dispatched through the Eugene police-fire-ambulance communications center, and within the Springfield urban growth boundary, dispatched through the Springfield non-emergency number. Each team consists of a medic (either a nurse or an EMT) & a crisis worker (who has at least several years experience in the mental health field). CAHOOTS provides immediate stabilization in case of urgent medical need or psychological crisis, assessment, information, referral, advocacy & (in some cases) transportation to the next step in treatment. Many, but not all, of our clients are homeless.

WE DO NOT PROVIDE CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICES VIA EMAIL!
Please direct all requests to the police non-emergency dispatch numbers listed above

Hours

Eugene: (541) 682-5111 available 24/7; In the Springfield urban growth boundary: (541) 726-3714 9am-3am daily.

Contact Information

Location: 341 E 12th Ave, Eugene OR 97401

Phone: CAHOOTS is dispatched in Eugene through the police-fire-ambulance communications center, 541-682-5111 and within the Springfield urban growth boundary through the non-emergency number, 541-726-3714. For other business call 541-342-8255.

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Fax: 541-342-7987

Details

Fees: None

ADA Accessible: We come to where you are.

Appointment: None needed.

Childcare: No

Eligibility: Within Eugene and the Springfield urban growth boundary.

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