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White Bird Clinic offers a wide range of programs and services that are committed to providing client-centered and humanistic approaches to human services. Our highly qualified medical, mental health, and behavioral health professionals strive to meet each person where they are at and empower them to regain control of their own well-being. Our staff evaluates each person’s needs and recommends both in and out-of-house programs and resources to support them in their healing process.
We provide a mobile crisis intervention van in Eugene that responds to non-criminal situations including substance abuse, mental/emotional crisis, disorientation, welfare checks, and dispute facilitation - providing assessment, intervention, and transport to services as needed.
We offer services for substance abuse and mental health care through individual and group counseling, drug education, DUII, and acupuncture treatment. We accept OHP, private insurance, and have sliding-scale fees.
We provide on-going, client-centered counseling for low-income individuals and families via phone and video. We accept Oregon Health Plan and offer grant-funded mental health services for the homeless, with limited indigent slots.
Operating daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM as a check-in point for temporary shelter-in-place locations, tent supplies, COVID-19 assessments, clothing, clean water, hand washing stations, and porta-potties.
We are Lane County’s primary, 24/7, free crisis intervention service. For over 50 years, we have been offering immediate, short-term support. Our trained counselors have both a deep ability to empathize with clients, as well as extensive knowledge of local resources that are appropriate to provide ongoing care.
Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic White Bird Dental is discontinuing walk-in clinics. We will be seeing extreme emergencies only. All patients will be triaged by phone 541-344-8302. We will remain open Monday thru Friday but encourage patients to call rather than come into the clinic.
In light of school closures due to COVID-19. HOOTS (Helping Out Our Teens in Schools) is offering mental health support by phone for students, families, and staff of high schools in the 4J, Springfield, Bethel, Oakridge and South Lane school districts. The phone line is staffed by crisis counselors who normally work the HOOTS school clinics, or work on CAHOOTS.
Currently providing services via telehealth. White Bird Medical Clinic accepts most Medicare B and Oregon Health Plan (OHP) insurance. You may also request to have us assigned as your Primary Care Provider.
Social services navigation and advocacy, SSI/SSDI assistance from a public benefits specialist, help to sign up for free or low-cost health insurance. and help with coordinating healthcare across White Bird programs.