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Recursos de la comunidad

click here for English Version Recursos de la comunidad 脷ltima actualizaci贸n 24 de abril de 2020 A continuaci贸n compartimos informaci贸n actualizada en el status de los recursos a la comunidad en relaci贸n a la administraci贸n durante la crisis de COVID-19.聽 Dado que esta informaci贸n cambia continuamente a medida que las personas modifican sus horas y […]

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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 (tambi茅n en espa帽ol) Last Updated Tuesday, September 1, 2020 Below we鈥檙e 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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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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Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff Visits White Bird Clinic’s Vaccine Site

Emhoff Highlights White Bird鈥檚 Vaccination Equity Efforts Download Press Release EUGENE, OREGON 鈥 Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, Governor Kate Brown, and Representative Peter DeFazio visited White Bird鈥檚 vaccination clinic to learn about the agency鈥檚 work advancing COVID-19 vaccination equity by forming innovative partnerships with community-based organizations. With strong support from the Biden-Harris administration鈥檚 Health Center […]

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Job Postings

Who We Are It takes a wide range of amazing people to achieve the mission of White Bird Clinic and to be successful in the work that we do. We provide compassionate humanistic healthcare and supportive services to individuals in our community, so that everyone receives the care they need. In times of crisis, White […]

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Privacy policy

Who we are Our website address is: https://whitebirdclinic.org. What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor鈥檚 IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. An anonymized string created from […]

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COVID-19 Centro de Recursos

Ahora Abierto Punto de registro de lugares temporarios de refugio, suministro para tiendas de campana, evaluaci贸n de COVID-19, ropa, agua potable, estaciones de para lavarse las manos, y ba帽os.聽Abierto diariamente de 9am a 5pm 341 E 12th Ave, Eugene, OR 541-342-8255 Recursos de la comunidad Ayude a proteger nuestra comunidad Estas son algunas ideas para […]

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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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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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PenFed Credit Union Presents $4,000 Donation to White Bird Clinic

EUGENE, Ore., Oct. 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ —聽PenFed Credit Union’s Eugene Service Center today announced it presented a $4,000 donation to White Bird Clinic, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable and friendly medical care to indigent, homeless, low-income, and otherwise marginalized populations, such as community members who are employed but uninsured or underinsured. “White Bird Clinic’s […]

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White Bird Providing Medical & Crisis Response to Camp 99

EUGENE, OREGON 鈥 In response to the urgent needs of community members at Camp 99, White Bird Clinic has mobilized a rapid response team and set up a temporary clinic at the Lindholm Center across Hwy 99 from the camp. The interdisciplinary team provides integrated, wrap-around services aligned with White Bird鈥榮 comprehensive care model. The […]

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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鈥檚 and fentanyl contaminated OD鈥檚: Poly-substance overdoses present […]

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White Bird’s Help Book Has Been Hacked

Last weekend, White Bird Clinic had the good fortune to participate in Hack for a Cause, a local technology competition聽to build solutions to provide transformative public benefit. Over 200 participants volunteered聽to put their coding and software skills to the test and 11 non-profits offered up their problems to solve. The one we selected was the […]

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A Night for Sight Benefit Concert

Via a new arrangement with the聽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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Eugene Out of the Darkness Community Walk

When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss. CAHOOTS will be […]

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White Bird Clinic Supports the Right to Rest Act

On Thursday, March 4th, White Bird Clinic committed to endorsing the Oregon Right To Rest Act (HB 2367). We know from experience that the criminalization of homelessness harms our entire community: public funds drained by punitive measures and “clean-up” initiatives only deepen poverty by creating legal barriers to exiting homelessness. Penalizing people for living in […]

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Healing House: The Colorful聽History of White Bird Clinic聽

‘Healing House” is an excerpt from “FRONTLINE,鈥 a鈥40,000-word original work of creative nonfiction on White Bird Clinic’s crisis intervention team, published in 1994 by Mark H. Mass茅, who received his master鈥檚 degree with honors from the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) at the University of Oregon in 1994. After serving on the SOJC faculty, […]

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