Emergency Crisis Lines | White Bird Clinic

15th Night …………………………………………………………………….. 541-246-4046

If you need help or are working with a youth who needs help, call or text for rapid access to resources and services. Hours:  24/7

 

911 ……………………………………………………………………..  Dial 911

Emergencies only Hours:  24/7

 

CAHOOTS – Eugene only …………………………….  541-682-5111

Provides on site care for mental health or substance abuse emergencies, conflict resolution/mediation, transport to other agencies, deals with housing crises and first aid. Dispatched by police non-emergency line. Hours:  24/7

 

CAHOOTS – Springfield only ………………………..  541-726-3714

Provides on site care for mental health or substance abuse emergencies, conflict resolution/mediation, transport to other agencies, deals with housing crises and first aid. Dispatched by police non-emergency line. Hours:  24/7

 

Child Abuse: Natl. Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-422-4453   National Child Abuse Hotline Hours:  24/7

 

Womenspace 24/7 Hotline ……………………………  541-485-6513

24/7 crisis line for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault and stalking in Lane County. Hours:  24/7

 

Looking Glass Crisis Response Line ………….. 1-888-989-9990

24 hour crisis prevention helpline for families with children or homeless youth ages 17 and under Hours:  24/7

 

Thoughts of Suicide: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Hours:  24/7

 

Trans Lifeline ……………………………………………  1-877-565-8860

Provides peer counseling for transgender individuals in crisis. Hours:  7 days 7am-1am

 

Trevor Lifeline ………………………………………….. 1-866-488-7386

A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone service for LGBTQIA. Or, text “START” to 678678 (standard text messaging rates apply). Hours:  24/7

 

White Bird 24/7 Crisis Line ……. 541-687-4000, 1-800-422-7558

Crisis intervention, mental health referral and transportation assistance for people with mental health needs in Eugene or Springfield without homes. Hours:  24/7

 


About The Little Help Book

White Bird Clinic has published a human services resource guide called the “Help Book” since the 1980’s. It contains a comprehensive listing of resources of people seeking health and housing resources, financial assistance, shelter, food pantries and meal sites, and help to meet other basic needs. It helps people navigate the system.

This year, the publication has been updated and will be released in a paper booklet available to the community beginning in February 2020. We are piloting a run of 5,000 copies and will be able to distribute it free of charge thanks to contributions from Lane County Health and Human Services, the City of Eugene, Sponsors, Community Supported Shelter, HIV Alliance, and Eugene Mennonite Church.

While we are working to update this information online in an accessible format, the document is available online here in PDF format.

Check the general categories in our Table of Contents to find the one your need best fits (like “Health” or “Housing”).  Then see if you can find your need under that category.

The Little Help Book 

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The Little Help Book PDF (630 KB)