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Help

Find Help Are you looking for CAHOOTS? To access CAHOOTS services, call police non-emergency numbers: 541-682-5111 (Eugene) 541-726-3714 (Springfield) Are you looking for our Crisis line? Contact us at 541-687-4000 or 1-800-422-7558. Online Little Help Book (beta version) PDF Edition (updated 12/19) Frequently Accessed Resources Updated 12/4/20 Basic Needs Evacuee Support Food Health Resource Sharing […]

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Holiday Farm Fire Updates and Resources

Lane County Holiday Farm Fire Page Are you looking for CAHOOTS? To access CAHOOTS services, call police non-emergency numbers: 541-682-5111 (Eugene) 541-726-3714 (Springfield) Are you looking for our Crisis line? Contact us at 541-687-4000 or 1-800-422-7558. Table of Contents Basic Needs Counseling Evacuee Support Food Health Resource Sharing Shelter Transportation Volunteer Youth Basic Needs Financial […]

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COVID-19 Community Resources

Lane County’s Non-emergency COVID-19 Call Center: 541-682-1380 (8am to 5pm) White Bird Clinic’s Crisis Hotline: 541-687-4000 (Open 24/7 daily) Community Resources (tambiĂ©n en español) Last Updated Tuesday, September 1, 2020 Below we’re sharing what we know about the status of shared community resources. Alicia Jones from The Child Center is keeping in a shared google […]

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Successes

Eugene Weekly Best of Eugene “Best Program for the Homeless” 2020 Eugene Weekly Best of Eugene “Best Health Care Worker” 2020 Program Coordinator & nurse Ebony Morgan stands out Eugene Weekly Best of Eugene “Best Program for the Homeless” 2019 Eugene Weekly Best of Eugene “2nd Best Non-Profit” 2019 Serenity Lane Unsung Hero 2019 Serenity Lane […]

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Recursos de la comunidad

click here for English Version Recursos de la comunidad Ăšltima actualizaciĂłn 24 de abril de 2020 A continuaciĂłn compartimos informaciĂłn actualizada en el status de los recursos a la comunidad en relaciĂłn a la administraciĂłn durante la crisis de COVID-19.  Dado que esta informaciĂłn cambia continuamente a medida que las personas modifican sus horas y […]

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Opiate Overdose Response

This past weekend represented an unusually high number of heroin and other opiate overdoses in the Eugene/Springfield area, but these overdoses have been in keeping with recently observed trends. There have been two distinct patterns of heroin and other opiate related overdoses occurring with increased frequency: poly-substance OD’s and fentanyl contaminated OD’s: Poly-substance overdoses present […]

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Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP)

This position operates as a part of the medical clinic’s Behavioral Health Team as the team’s onsite prescriber. The PMHNP is responsible for providing psychiatric/mental health medication management services to our medical clinic’s patients and consulting with the other medical clinic providers regarding their patient’s behavioral health needs. Pay and Benefits: This position is being […]

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Information and Referral FAQ

Where does your funding come from? We are funded by the United Way and the Human Service Commission. A large portion of our funding is obtained from the annual production and sale of our Help Book. Is there any cost for the eye exam and glasses? No. The doctors and opticians volunteer their services, and […]

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COVID-19 Resource Center

The shelter-in-place program with the City of Eugene has ended but we are still providing supports to unsheltered individuals at our main facility at 341 E 12th Avenue from 9am to 5pm daily. Our dedicated, hard-working distribution center staff provide clothing, medical screenings, mail services, personal hygiene supplies, and more to the underserved and unhoused […]

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Using Patient Portal

LOG IN to Patient Portal How to send a message Patient Portal allows you to send a secure message (like email) to your provider or their staff. (Mobile instructions coming soon) From the Patient Portal home screen: Hover over the MAIL menu item on the main menu and select “Compose Message”. Next to “Category”, select […]

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Sharing Healthcare Options Program (SHOP)

Sharing Healthcare Options Program (SHOP) The Sharing Healthcare Options Program (SHOP) is here to help you sign up for free or low-cost health insurance. Many of our clients qualify for OHP (Oregon Health Plan, Oregon’s free Medicaid coverage), but if you are over the income cutoff, SHOP staff can also provide assistance with purchasing private […]

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SHOP FAQ

How much will insurance cost me? It depends; the only way to know exactly how much your insurance will cost is to fill out an application. In general, if you earn less than $15,856, you will qualify for free public health insurance. If you earn less than $45,960, you will qualify for credits to help […]

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Emergency Crisis Lines

Alternatives To Calling 911 Elders and/or People with Disabilities Institute on Aging: crisis warmline and hotline: 1-800-971-0016 Oregon Elder Abuse Hotline (DHS): 1-855-503-7233 Mental Health Resources Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline: 541-342-4113 CAHOOTS (White Bird): Routed through non-emergency police dispatch. Eugene: 541-682-5111, Springfield: 541-726-3714 Crisis (White Bird) Assistance for Lane County: 541-687-4000 or 1-800-422-7558 Crisis Text Line: […]

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Front Rooms

Home > Services > Front Rooms Front Rooms New hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (we close at 4pm on Wednesday) with limited services. People will not be allowed in or around the building except for accessing the following services; mail and messages, clothing, phone access, water access, and hand washing. Porta-potties will be available outside […]

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Chrysalis Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

Home > Services > Chrysalis Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Chrysalis Behavioral Health Outpatient Services NOTE: Currently, our office is open Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, groups are being done remotely via video conferencing. Minimum of phone required for services, email and internet access preferred. Acupuncture, Yoga, and Tai Chi courses are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. Philosophy Chrysalis is a […]

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Alternatives to a Punitive Justice System

White Bird will be participating in the “Only Way Forward” webinar series examining the impacts of Canada’s existing criminal justice system, possible alternatives, and next steps on November 12, 4-6 pm PST. Tim Black joins a panel discussion on alternative forms of policing and prisons that have been successful. What are they and why do […]

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playing music

A Night for Sight Benefit Concert

Via a new arrangement with the Give Me Sight Foundation, Dr. John Haines with Oregon iLasik and Refractive will begin providing roughly three free cataract removal surgeries per week for White Bird Clinic patients. To generate funds to support their work, they are hosting a “Night For Sight” benefit concert event on November 22nd at The […]

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White Bird Opioid Treatment Program

White Bird Clinic has recently started a medication assisted treatment program for opioid abuse and dependence and now have a suboxone prescriber. The White Bird Opioid Treatment Program is designed to support individuals who are breaking the chain of opiate use. The program connects clients with a suboxone prescriber and supportive services with our behavioral and mental health […]

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Senator Wyden and Mayor Vinis Visit CAHOOTS

Citing CAHOOTS as a Model for Reform

Senator Ron Wyden will meet with White Bird CAHOOTS staff at CAHOOTS headquarters at 970 W 7th Ave in Eugene to discuss how this groundbreaking program can be a model for a national policing reform package and how Congress can best support the work. “The Justice in Policing Act of 2020 takes a vital first […]

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