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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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Basic Crisis Training

White Bird’s Basic Crisis class offers volunteers the opportunity to explore issues of mental and emotional health by responding to residents of Lane County through the 24-hour crisis hotline. In addition to making a valuable contribution to our community, volunteers can gain professional experience through direct service practice, clinical supervision, and ongoing mentorship. The initial […]

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Thank you!

Your contact information has been submitted. Please allow 24-48 hours to hear back from us. If you need quicker service, please contact us by phone at (541) 342-8255. If this is a crisis… CAHOOTS Mobile Crisis Services: Available 24/7. Call the police non-emergency numbers 541-726-3714 (Springfield) and 541-682-5111 (Eugene) to reach dispatch. Community Crisis Hotline: Available 24/7. Call 541-687-4000 […]

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Patient Portal

LOG IN to Patient Portal If you are a White Bird Medical patient and would like to use Patient Portal, please mention it when you see us next. Enrolling In Patient Portal You must begin your enrollment while you are here for an appointment. After you are enrolled, you can access and manage your Patient […]

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Enrolling in Patient Portal

LOG IN to Patient Portal You can request enrollment during an appointment. To use Patient Portal you must have at least one of these: An email address A phone that can receive texts During your enrollment you will need to create these: A username A password A security question and answer (click here for more […]

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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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Patient Portal Self-Enrollment

Initial enrollment To start using Patient Portal, the staff at White Bird Medical will enroll you in Patient Portal in our system. You will then be given a token (also called a “security token“) that looks something like this: 123-45-678. Please do not give this token out to anyone. You then have 30 days to […]

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Thank You

Thank you so much for your donation to White Bird Clinic! Your contribution supports the many efforts at White Bird Clinic that benefit those in our community who often need it most. On behalf of them, we thank you for that support! Since White Bird Clinic is a non-profit organization, gifts to us are tax-deductible. […]

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Chrysalis Drug Counselor Intern

PLEASE NOTE: Interviews are scheduled on the first Thursday of every month. Qualifications: A desire to work with people struggling with substance abuse issues; Individuals who are recovering from drug abuse, drug dependence, or alcoholism must have continuous sobriety for the past two years. Responsibilities: Can commit to a time period of 1 year, at […]

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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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Community Partnerships

Community partnerships include connections, collaborative projects, and relationships that support White Bird Clinic’s mission and include the following: Bethel School District Carry it Forward Center for Community Counseling Center for Family Development Centro Latino Americano Coalition for Organizations Active in Disaster Response Community Out Reach Team (CORT) Community Supported Shelters Egan Warming Centers Eugene 4J […]

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Remembering Dr Contreras

Our dentist, Dr Sixto Contreras died on October 11. Dr. Contreras graduated from OHSU in 1994. He opened a private dental practice in Coos Bay Oregon. He was a native Spanish speaker who believed in supporting public health. At one time in the clinic history we were struggling to hire a dentist. Dr. Contreras arranged […]

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Helping People in Crisis: Register-Guard Editoral

The CAHOOTS (Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets) program began in Eugene in 1989 as a collaboration between the city of Eugene and White Bird Clinic. CAHOOTS started small: one van equipped with medical supplies and trained personnel, operating part-time in Eugene. Its mission was simple: to offer help to individuals and families, housed […]

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Contact

Home > Contact Contact Us If this is a crisis… CAHOOTS Mobile Crisis Services: Available 24/7. Call the police non-emergency numbers 541-726-3714 (Springfield) and 541-682-5111 (Eugene) to reach dispatch. Community Crisis Hotline: Available 24/7. Call 541-687-4000 or toll-free at 1-800-422-7558. If this is a general inquiry… General Inquiry Contact Form Business Directory Administrative Offices Primary […]

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100+ Women Who Care in Eugene/Springfield Honor CAHOOTS with Group Donation

Thank you 100+ Women Who Care in Eugene/Springfield for your vote of support for White Bird Clinic’s mobile crisis program CAHOOTS. Your group donation will help to make a positive difference in our community. 100+Women Who Care, Eugene-Springfield provides immediate funds to 501.c.3 organizations that work to improve life in our local area. They meet […]

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White Bird Crisis Response at Academy of Arts and Academics in Springfield

Following recent events at the Academy of Arts and Academics in Springfield, counselors from CAHOOTS and White Bird Clinic’s Crisis office responded to the school to provide grief and loss counseling to students, staff, and their families. An extension of the weekly Mobile Mental Health Resource Clinic already staffed by members of the CAHOOTS team, […]

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Valentine’s Day Flu Clinic

Show you care this Valentine’s Day by getting your flu shot. We’ll be offering free vaccinations from 1-3pm on Wednesday, February 14th at our offices at 341 E. 12th Avenue. Look for us at the picnic tables out back. Influenza (flu) is a seasonal disease that can cause mild to severe illness. Most experts think […]

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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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White Bird’s Hack for a Cause Challenge

White Bird Clinic is excited to announce our challenge has been accepted for Hack for a Cause 2018! We’re looking forward to working with the Technology Association of Oregon and meeting our volunteers. All participants will receive access to the Downtown Athletic Club for the duration of the event. Meals and snacks will be provided […]

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CAHOOTS Receives 2018 Excellence in Public Health Award

On April 10th, CAHOOTS was selected by the Lane County Board of Commissioners as a recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Public Health Award. The award was presented during the Commissioners’ meeting to recognize the CAHOOTS team’s work in the field as behavioral health first responders, as well as their efforts in outreach, training, education, […]

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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 to build solutions to provide transformative public benefit. Over 200 participants volunteered 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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