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LITTLE GUIDE TO FREE RESOURCES IN EUGENE

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CATEGORIES:

BUS INFORMATION

CLOTHING

COMPANION ANIMAL CARE

COUNSELING and MENTAL HEALTH

DAY SERVICES

PUBLIC LIBRARIES

FAMILY and YOUTH SERVICES

HEALTH and DENTAL

LATINX

LEGAL AID

LGBTQ

MEALS and FOOD BOXES

QUICK EMERGENCY HELP

SHELTER and HOUSING

VETERAN SERVICES

WOMEN

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QUICK EMERGENCY HELP

Dial 911  For Ambulance, Police, and Fire

CAHOOTS Mobile Crisis Unit (White Bird Clinic)

is a 24/7 mobile crisis response team dispatched through the police non-emergency line:

Eugene phone: 541-682-5111        

Springfield phone: 541-726-3714

Lane County Crisis Hotline (White Bird Clinic)

Phone: 541-687-4000   

TTY 711, call 911, or go to the Emergency Room (ER)

White Bird Clinic 24 Hour Crisis

Walk-Ins at 341 E 12th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401 

Bus: EmX,28,81,98

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

24 hours 7 days a week. If you or someone you know are experiencing suicidal thoughts, dial 911, or phone 1-800-273-8255

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Bus Information

LTD (Lane Transit District)

Web: ltd.org  

Phone: 541-687-5555

BoltBus

An intercity bus with low cost, non-stop and limited-stop routes. Buy tickets online, over the phone, or at the bus if they have open seats after boarding.

Location: 5th Street Market and High St.

Phone: 1-877-BOLTBUS(265-8287)

Web: www.boltbus.com

MEALS and FOOD BOXES

* Note: Listings marked with an asterisk (*) also offer food boxes/meals. Call for specific information.

FOOD For Lane County 

Food help available to individuals struggling with food insecurity. You can access a comprehensive calendar of meal sites by visiting the web at:  foodforlanecounty.org and selecting the tab GET HELP > FOOD BOXES AND MEALS > MEAL SITES.

Phone: 541-343-2822

The Dining Room 

Everyone 18 and over and children accompanied by a parent/guardian. Serves 300 guests daily. Reservation not required (but recommended) starting daily at Noon. Vegetarian options.

Phone: 541-343-2822

Hours: Mon-Thu, Noon-3pm

Location: 270 W 8th Ave, 97401  

Bus: 51, 52

Food Not Bombs 

believes that food is a human right. They are volunteer run. They serve:

When: Fridays from 3-5pm

Where: Kesey Square, 10 E Broadway, 97401  and

When: Sundays from 2-3pm

Where: Park Blocks, Oak St between E 8th Ave and E Broadway

Burrito Brigade 

Web: burrito-brigade.org

Vegan meals are made and distributed by volunteers.

When: Saturdays from 1:30-3pm and Sundays from 2:30-4pm

Where: Whitebird Clinic, SVDP Service Station, downtown, parks, and various other locations.  

Note: Come help cook on Saturdays at 4445 Royal Ave from 10am-1pm or Sundays at 1166 Oak Ave 11am-3pm

FAMILY and YOUTH SERVICES

* First Place Family Center 

Provides crucial assistance and support to families with children who are in transition.  

Phone: 541-342-7728 

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 1995 Amazon Pkwy, 97405 

Bus: EmX

Interfaith Night Shelter 

Offers school-year night shelter, food, recreational activities, comfort for up to 10 families per night. Contact First Place Family Center (see above).

Web: svdp.us 

* Hosea Youth Services 

Focus on homeless or at-risk youth ages 16 to 24.

Web: hoseayouth.org

Phone: 541-344-5583

Hours: Call for hours

Location (Drop-in): 834 Monroe St, 97402 (Inside the Church at 8th and Monroe)   

Bus: EmX

* Looking Glass 

Housing, job and education options, showers, meals, counseling. Free confidential STD & HIV testing Thursdays at Noon.

Web: lookingglass.us 

Phone: 541-686-4310

Hours: Hours and services are age specific, call for more info

Location: 941 W 7th, 97402 

Bus:

Daisy C.H.A.I.N. Mothering

Providing the community with free research and evidence based professional education and post-pregnancy support services for new-mothers and their families. Creating Healthy Alliances In New-Mothering. “Our high quality services have and always will be FREE to ALL families because you DESERVE it.”

Web: http://www.daisychainmothering.org

Phone: 541-505-1139

Location: 990 W 7th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402 (Parking and entrance in rear.)

Hours: Nursing Nook Every Tuesday 12:30-2:30

Bus:

WOMEN

Womenspace   

Serves victims & survivors of domestic violence. Undisclosed shelter location.

24hr crisis hotline: 541-485-6513 or toll-free: 800-281-2800 

Web: womenspaceinc.org

Phone: 541-485-8232

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 1577 Pearl St, 97401

Planned Parenthood (Two locations)

Eugene-Springfield Health Center 

Web: plannedparenthood.org 

Phone: 541-344-9411 

Hours: Mon-Wed and Fri 9:30-6; Thur 1030-6; Sat 8:30-4; Sun closed.

Location: 3579 Franklin Blvd, 97403 

Bus:

West Eugene Health Center 

Web: plannedparenthood.org 

Phone: 541-463-9731

Hours: Mon-Wed and Fri 9:30am-6pm; Thur 1030-6; Sat & Sun closed

Location: 793 N. Danebo Ave, 97402

Bus:

 

DAY SERVICES

Front Rooms (White Bird Clini

Gateway to services including information and referral concerning human services in Lane County available to all, with a focus on assistance to people with low incomes or special needs. Adjunct services include message and mail drop, vision services including exam, lenses and frames, 1st aid, over the counter medications, contraception, hygiene access, cold weather supplies (clothing, blankets, socks, etc), and assistance with basic needs. (2 hour limit for day services.)

Web: whitebirdclinic.org/front-rooms

Phone: 541-342-4357 24 hour crisis hotline 541-687-4000 (and Walk-Ins)

Hours: Day access hours are from 8am-10pm (2 hr limit)

Location: 341 E 12th Ave, 97401 

Bus: EmX,28,81,98

* Catholic Community Services 

On a drop-in basis, provides gently used and new clothing, food boxes, phone use, housing info, I.D. assistance, personal hygiene items & prescription assistance. Bus tokens Mon mornings. Web: ccslc.org

Phone: 541-345-3628

Hours for day services: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm  

Location: 1464 W 6th Ave, 97402 

Bus: EmX

SHELTER and HOUSING

Eugene Mission 

Check-in to stay overnight is before 6:30pm, but new guests may check-in between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm. Must pass drug test to stay overnight.

Men’s shelter: 2nd Ave at Chambers St 

Women and mothers w/children: Women’s Center, 1420 W 1st Ave (in the newer building west of main lodge, closest to Blair Ave).  

Web: eugenemission.org

Phone: 541-344-3251

Hours: See above

Location: 1542 W 1st Ave, 97402

Bus: 40,52

St. Vincent dePaul 

Transitional and permanent housing programs and a variety of services listed throughout this list. See individual listings for phone numbers and additional information.

Web: svdp.us Select GET HELP tab

* Eugene Service Station  

Provides homeless adults with a place to meet basic needs (food, day shelter, clothing, laundry, showers, supplies, phone, mail) Backpack storage during the day.   

Web: svdp.us 

Phone: 541-461-8688  

Hours: 7 days a week from 8am-5pm (Closed between 12:45-2pm)

Location: 450 Highway 99 North, 97402

Bus: 40,41,43,95

ShelterCare   

Provides temporary and emergency housing for people in crisis. Mental health services available.

Web: sheltercare.org

Phone: 541-686-1262

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 499 W 4th Ave, 97401    

Bus: 51

Egan Warming Center (See link below listing for additional information.)

Available when weather drops below 30°. Text "Activate" to 292929 for text alerts on status (text fees apply), or contact White Bird Clinic.  

Web: eganwarmingcenter.com

Phone: 541-689-6747  

Location: Various locations Nov 15-Mar 31st.

Here is a link to an article on the winter 2017-18 warming centers from the Register Guard:

http://registerguard.com/rg/news/local/36217717-75/warming-sites-open-as-overnight-temperatures-drop.html.csp

Overnight Parking Program 

Provides legal camping, garbage disposal, portable restrooms to homeless families and individuals living in vehicles or campers.  

Web: svdp.us

Phone: 541-342-7728

Location: 1995 Amazon Pkwy, Eugene, 97405

Community Supported Shelters 

Builds Safe Spot communities for people who are experiencing homelessness. Two week to

two month wait list.  

Web: communitysupportedshelters.org 

Phone: 541-683-0836

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 1160 Grant St, 97402

Bus:

Square One 

Low-rent tiny houses w/communal kitchen and common space to help transition to more permanent housing.

Web: squareonevillages.org

Phone: 541-606-4455

Opportunity Village Eugene

Transitional shelter for adults.

Web: opportunityvillageeugene.org

Phone: 541-606-4455. 

Location: 111 N. Garfield

CLOTHING

* Catholic Community Services

On a drop-in basis, provides gently used and new clothing, food boxes, phone use, housing info, I.D. assistance, personal hygiene items & prescription assistance. Bus tokens Mon mornings. Web: ccslc.org

Phone: 541-345-3628

Hours for day services: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm  

Location: 1464 W 6th Ave, 97402 

Bus: EmX

HEALTH and DENTAL        

White Bird Medical and Dental Clinic

Low cost clinics, offers free medical and dental health care to unhoused individuals.

Web: whitebirdclinic.org

Phone for medical: 541-484-4800

Phone for dental: 541-344-8302

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 1400 Mill St, 97401

Bus: 28,81,98

Rapid Access 

Recommends same day medical treatment including substance abuse, mental health.

Web: wfts.org 

Phone: 541-762-4300

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm

Location: 195 W 12th Ave, 97402 

Bus: EmX  

Homeless Department (See White Bird Clinic)

Homeless case management.

Phone: 541-342-1295

Hours: Walk-Ins Mon-Thur Noon-2pm

Location: 323 E 12th Ave, 97401 

Bus: EmX,28,81,98

Occupy Medical

No cost, high quality medical services to the Eugene-Springfield community. Lunch provided.

Web: occupy-medical.org

Hours: Sun 12-4p

Location: 1717 Centennial Boulevard, Springfield 97477

Bus: 13

COUNSELING and MENTAL HEALTH

Sexual Assault Support Services of Lane County 

is a non-profit providing outreach, advocacy, and support to survivors of sexual violence and their partners, families, and friends.

Phone: 24-hour crisis/support line: 541-343-7277 or toll-free: 1-800-788-4727

Hours (Drop-in): Tues-Thur 9am-4pm

Location (Drop-in): 591 W 19th Ave, 97401 

Bus: 33,36,78

Chrysalis (See White Bird Clinic)

Low cost drug/alcohol treatment. Harm reduction model.

Web: whitebirdclinic.org 

Phone: 541-683-1641

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 350 E 11th Ave, 97401  

Bus: EmX

Station 7 (See Looking Glass)

Counseling, education and vocational, runaway and homeless, and residential services for children, teens, adults, and families.  

Toll free crisis line: 1-888-689-3111

Web: lookingglass.us/station-7-program

Phone: 541-689-3111

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 931 W 7th Ave, 97402 

Bus: EmX,95

The Trauma Healing Project

Education, support, and holistic healing practices (yoga/acupuncture) for anyone. Pay what you can.

Web:http://healingattention.org/

Phone: 541-687-9447

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 2222 Coburg Rd., Suite 300 97401

Bus: 67

Center for Community Counseling

The CCC believes everyone deserves the sense of peace, security and stability good mental health brings. Fees for counseling are charged according to a sliding scale, dependent on family income and the number in your household. Fees range from $2-$55 per counseling session. All initial intake interviews cost $15.

Web: www.ccceugene.org

Phone: 541-344-0620

Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm

Location: 1465 Coburg Rd, Eugene, OR 97401

Bus Route: #67 leaves Eugene Station and stops at St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Hourglass Community Crisis Center

Serves individuals who are in need of short-term, mental health crisis assessment and stabilization, but do not require the medical capabilities of an acute care hospital or longer-term residential care. They welcome Lane County residents to walk in when they need it. They are operated by a highly trained dedicated staff whose goal is to provide support, stabilization, and linkage to community services.

Web: http://www.columbiacare.org/hourglass-community-crisis-center.html

Phone: 541-505-8426     

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

Location: 71 Centennial Loop, Suite A, Eugene, OR 97401

Hours: Open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

Bus:

VETERAN SERVICES

VA Services 

Variety of services available to veterans.

24hr crisis hotline: 877-424-3838 or 800-273-8255 

Web: va.gov/homeless

Supportive Services for Veteran Families 

Goal of stable housing for veterans and their families.

Web: svdp.us Select GET HELP tab 

Phone: 541-743-7166

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 2890 Chad Drive, 97408  

Bus: 66,67

LATINX

* Centro Latino Americano 

Food, clothing, counseling, advocacy, housing assist.

Web: centrolatinoamericano.org 

Phone: 541-687-2667

Hours: Mon-Thur 8:30am-12pm/1-5pm; Fri 8:30am-Noon; Closed Sat-Sun

Location: 944 W 5th Ave, 97402 

Bus: 95,EmX  

LGBTQ

Trans*Ponder 

Provides support, education, advocacy for the Trans/Gender Diverse community and its allies.

Web: transponder.community

HIV Alliance

Supports people living with HIV/AIDS, works to prevent new HIV infections.

Web: hivalliance.org

Phone: 541-342-5088 or toll-free: 866-470-3419 

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 1195A City View Street, 97402 

Bus: EmX

COMPANION ANIMAL CARE

Pro-Bone-O 

Free pet clinic w/admission by lottery.

Web: proboneo.org 

Phone: 541-607-8089 

Hours: 2nd Sundays 9:30am-1:30pm (Arrive by 8:15am to get into the drawing)  

Location: at Eugene Mission, 1542 W 1st Ave, 97402

Bus: 40,52

PUBLIC LIBRARIES

EUGENE (Three locations)

Web: eugene-or.gov/130/Eugene-Public-Library

Phone: 541-682-545  

  1. Downtown Branch 

Location: 100 W 10th Ave, 97401 

Hours: Mon-Thu 10am-8pm; Fri-Sun 10am- 6pm; First Fri 10am-8pm  

  1. Bethel Branch

Location: 1990 Echo Hollow Rd, 97402 

Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm (Except Tue: Noon-8pm); Closed Sun  

  1. Sheldon Branch

Location: 1566 Coburg Rd, 97401 

Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm (Except Tue: Noon-8pm); Closed Sun

SPRINGFIELD

Web: library@springfield-or.gov or www.wheremindsgrow.org

Hours: Mon-Tues 10am-8pm; Wed-Sat 10am-6pm; Closed Sundays and Holidays

Location: 225 Fifth Street, Springfield, Oregon, 97477

Phone: 541-726-3766

Reference desk/Current special events info: 541-726-3766

LEGAL AID

Lane County Legal Aid & Advocacy Center 

You must apply in person.

Web: lclac.org 

Phone: 541-485-1017  Apply in person.

Hours: Call for hours

Location: 376 E 11th, 97401 

Bus: EmX