Community Resources for COVID/Coronavirus Impacts:

Lane County & Oregon

Updated 05/07/2021

Food Assistance

Unemployment Benefits, Paid Leave, Financial Assistance

Child Care & Child Care Providers

Health Insurance

COVID Testing

Health & Support: Youth, Family, Veterans, Disabilities, Crisis Lines, Recovery, LGBTQ+

Domestic Violence & Abuse Resources

Rent, Housing & Utility Assistance

Phone, Computer, and Internet Access during COVID-19

Shelter and Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness

Black & African American Community

Latinx & Undocumented Immigrants and their Families During COVID-19


Financial Support: Payments, Loans, Mortgage, Renters, Insurance, Student Loans, Business, Legal Fees


FREE Fitness, Movement & Meal Planning!

FREE Activities for Kids & Adults

Fun without the Internet & Technology

Self Care & Resiliency at Home & Work

Additional Resource Guides:

White Bird Clinic

South Lane Community Resource Guide

COVID-19 BH & Crisis Response Services 

Food Assistance

The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending free meals to kids for the entire 2020-2021 school year. Regardless of your household income, your child can access free and nutritious school breakfast and lunch each day for the rest of the school year. 

Amazon Prime has a reduced rate of $5.99 per month for those with SNAP and Medicaid benefits. It has a limit of 48 months.

Food For Lane County: Food Pantry Updates and Schedules  or call 541-343-2822 for real time upates.

Pantry locator/map 

People who are unable to leave their homes for groceries can send a proxy to a pantry to pick up food on their behalf.  Please have proxy bring this form:

Food For Lane County Meal Sites



FFLC Dining Room 12/21-31

The Dining Room is serving grab and go meals from our restaurant located at 270 W. 8th, Eugene. We serve Monday through Thursdays, 11:45-2:45. All Diners are asked to wear a mask and stay six feet apart from other people while on our property.

Trillium Produce Plus:

- Bethel Farm, Eugene, open every Tuesday and Friday, 11am – 3pm

  1200 N. Terry, Eugene, OR 97402

- All other sites closed until further notice.

Need Food?


FOOD for Lane County’s Emergency Food Box Delivery Program delivers food boxes to homebound clients, who are lacking transportation to access food. No-contact delivery practices.

Call Dana Baxter at 541-343-2822 extension 104

English & Spanish.

4J School District:

Beginning May 5, Eugene School District 4J will provide 4J students and youth 18 years old and younger free grab-and-go meal boxes every Wednesday in place of the weekly food box delivery.

The weekly meal boxes can be picked up between 12:45–2:15 p.m. at all 4J middle schools, except Arts & Technology Academy.

Springfield School District: Meal service changes beginning Friday, March 5

South Lane School District: Apply for reduced/free lunch


Bethel School District: FREE Youth Meals

Lane County Schools:

Oregon Schools: Meal Schedules:

Oregon Food Banks/Pantries: Updated Schedules (by zipcode)

Free Lunch Fridays in the Whiteaker: everyone welcome, no personal info needed, spanish speakers available, 12-1 pm Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC), 458 Blair Blvd, Eugene, Oregon 97402

Burrito Brigade:

CORE Eugene: StreetFeed

5-7pm @ Spectrum 150 W Broadway Eugene,  Ages 16-24.

-Oregonians can order groceries online on Amazon and Walmart using SNAP food stamps:

All Cafe 60 sites are providing meals, see schedules:

Meals on Wheels in Eugene will be dropping off frozen meals once a week, instead of daily deliveries.  For more information about the Senior Meals Program, please call 541-682-3353 or 1-800-441-4038.

Catholic Community Services will be distributing 100 premade food boxes from 8:00am – 12:00pm on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at both of their locations. They will be closed on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

Both locations will now be open Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 3:00pm:

Eugene Community Service Center

1464 West 6th Avenue

Eugene, Oregon 97402

Springfield Community Service Center

1025 G Street

Springfield, Oregon 97477

The Dining Room will work to stay in operation, 270 W 8th, Eugene. We will serve to-go meals M-Th at no cost between 12-3pm (or until food runs out) instead of seating guests inside (beginning Monday, March 16).  

Pick up groceries or medications: If anyone needs someone to pick up groceries or medications for them, you can fill out the form at "Team Vinis" and they will arrange a free pick up.  Full repayment of items is required.

"Little Free Pantries": Non-perishable food available to local neighborhoods.

Current locations:


-440 9th Street, Springfield (between C and D st)

-Corner of 49th/B st Springfield

-2400 D st Springfield

-205 N. 23rd(Hope Community)


-Corner of 36th and Mill Street, Eugene (Near Tugman park)

-2240 Cleveland Street, Eugene

-1695 Elkay st Eugene (N Park and Elkay)

-1965 Filmore st Eugene, Or (Near ATA Midde school)

-10th and Monroe Eugene (Monroe Park area)

-On Wilkes Dr just past Scenic (1/3 mile from River rd)

-Waite st near Pattison Eugene (Bethel area)

-N. Grand about a block from Whit Head start

-W. 25th/ Jackson

-On Argon/Bryon near Spring Creek Elementary

-On Hyacinth down the street from Irving Elementary

-On W. 18th near Van Buren

-The corner of 3rd/Blair

-End of Dorsa in Junction City

New Hope Baptist Church in Creswell 541-895-4436

Wednesday meal from 5-6 is to-go, delivered to cars.

Creswell Food Pantry 541-246-9117

Pre-prepared boxes are given in the parking lot.  Thursdays 12-3pm.

Oakridge Food Pantry Still open at regular hours.  541-782-2192

Junction City Local Aid 541-998-3992

Food pantry open T,W 9-1 last Saturday of the month 10-12.  No clothing shopping, but clothing items can be requested.  Hotline for high risk people for delivery, 541-952-2323.

King’s Grace Fellowship, Junction City: Weekly we offer food boxes from our Food Pantry as well as shower and laundry facilities for those needing these services.

48 East 18th Avenue

PO Box 69

Junction City, Oregon 97448

Lowell Food Pantry 541-603-5043 Pre prepared food boxes only.

Mapleton Food Share 541-268-1033

Open 2nd Thursday and 4th Saturday from 10-2.  People can still come in and shop, but they must take a number.  Once inside, the volunteers will collect the food the shoppers choose.

Florence Food Share 541-997-9110

Only open M, F 9:30-1 and W 4-6.  Drive up, call from your car to place an order and they will deliver a box to your car.

SNAP eligibility: If your income has changed, you may qualify.  To apply,

Women, Infants and Children WIC: Has your income changed recently? Oregon Women, Infants and Children (WIC) offers healthy food, nutrition education and breastfeeding support, along with connections to community resources. WIC serves pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding women, and children under age 5. Moms, dads, grandparents, foster parents or other guardians may apply for WIC for their children.

Services over the phone, Skype, Zoom and using text messages. If you or anyone you know is interested in WIC, fill out an online interest form any time of day. WIC will be in touch.

White Bird is now assisting folks with stimulus check payments, food stamp

sign up, SSI/SSDI, and OHP.  541-816-2793, Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

The NAACP is providing support services. Need help with

· Computers/Printer-

· Food pantry

· Help with SNAP sign up—live, in person

· Advocacy/referrals

· Black Cultural library


At the Historic Mims House 330 High street, Office open 9-12pm M-F

· Email with Questions about food assistance:

· For more information about other programs/community resources:

Unemployment Benefits, Paid Leave, Financial Assistance

Paid leave available for COVID-19 quarantine or isolation: Do you have to quarantine or isolate because of COVID-19 but don’t have paid time off? People who qualify will receive a $120 per-day payment for up to 10 working days ($1,200 total) for the time they are required to quarantine.

Employees can apply online starting today at

The application form is available in English, Spanish, and Russian. Those who do not have access to electronic applications can call 833-685-0850 (toll-free) or 503-947-0130. Those who need help in a language other than these three can call 503-947-0131 for help.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights: requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.

Quarantine relief fund for Farmworkers: Farmworkers who need to quarantine may qualify for the Quarantine Fund, which provides financial support of up to $ 1,290 to farmworkers who have been exposed to COVID-19 at work or at home and who quarantine for three weeks (21 days).

.Call 1-888-274-7292 to apply for this fund. More information is available on the Oregon Worker Relief Fund website.

Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) program: The temporary emergency program funded by FEMA provides an additional $300 per week to people who are out of work and receiving unemployment benefits due to COVID-19. To meet FEMA requirements for the program, claimants must certify that they are receiving unemployment benefits for COVID-19-related reasons.

-Have received unemployment benefits from July 26, 2020, through September 5, 2020

-Self-certify they are unemployed or partially unemployed due to disruptions caused by COVID-19

August 1, 2020

August 8, 2020

August 15, 2020

August 22, 2020

August 29, 2020

September 5, 2020

Unemployment Insurance Benefits: Temporary Layoffs due to COVID: 

Updated information:

To start a claim: New online form for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

YouTube video step-by-step on how to fill unemployment claim:



Oregon Unemployment Insurance Benefits:

White Bird is now assisting folks with stimulus check payments, food stamp

sign up, SSI/SSDI, and OHP.  541-816-2793, Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

For Employers:


For employers: Funding Options

CARES Act Stimulus Checks: 

If you are eligible for cash relief from the CARES Act, there is a new IRS portal that will allow you to see the status of your check. You are also encouraged to sign up for direct deposit with the IRS if you have not done so already. Paper checks will take almost 20 weeks to be sent, while direct deposits are occurring this week. See the status of your check and sign up for direct deposit here:

For filers and non-filers:

Child Care & Child Care Providers

FREE MASKS AND GLOVES Available for Small Businesses and Child Care Providers

funded by the Federal CARES Act

Employment-Related Day Care program (ERDC): Temp rate/eligibility changes: There is no copay – copays have been reduced to $0.00.  The income limit has increased for initial eligibility, increasing the income limit from 185 percent of the federal poverty level ($4,040 per month for a family of four) to 250 percent of the federal poverty level or 85 percent of the state median income, whichever is higher for the family size

Essential workers are now eligible for expanded child care subsidies:

You can apply for your essential worker subsidy here:

While this application appears to only be for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) it will cover ERDC and when the eligibility worker calls to verify the application the worker needs to note they are interested in ERDC.  There is also a process to get your current child care provider qualified (and paid by the State).

Call 211 and follow the prompt for Child Care

Text the keyword “children” or “niños” to 898211 (TXT211)


Additional organizations providing childcare for essential workers:

YMCA Eugene

YMCA of Columbia-Willamette

Health Insurance

If you have had a change in your employment, you may qualify for free health coverage through the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). Eligibility for the OHP is based on monthly income and other requirements. That means you may qualify for OHP now, even if you have been denied in the past. The best way to see if you qualify is to apply, 

To Apply Apply for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) online at 

If you need help: Trained community partners across the state can help you fill out an application. It's free. Visit to find community partners in your area.

All members who are currently enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan will not lose coverage during this crisis. This includes coverage that is only state-funded (i.e. Cover all Kids). Individuals can sign up for OHP without having to verify their income (submit a pay stub) with their application. They will be able to self-attest, which will help Oregonians get access to OHP coverage more quickly.

Uninsured Oregonians who were not able to sign up for private health coverage due to COVID-19 can still enroll. has made it easier for uninsured consumers to enroll in coverage through its existing national emergency or major disaster exceptional circumstances special enrollment period (SEP), also known as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) SEP. Applications are being accepted at if the life change is a loss in coverage and at 800-318-2596 (toll-free) for all other life changes.

White Bird is now assisting folks with stimulus check payments, food stamp

sign up, SSI/SSDI, and OHP.  541-816-2793, Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

CAWEM is a benefit package of OHP also known as OHP emergency medical coverage. CAWEM coverage is for non-citizens who do not meet the immigration status requirements for OHP Plus coverage. During this national emergency, testing and hospitalization for COVID-19 are covered, even if you do not get care in an emergency department.

CAWEM Plus is a benefit package of OHP, available to pregnant women who are not eligible for full OHP Plus because of their immigration status. Testing and hospitalization for COVID-19 are covered through CAWEM Plus.

COVID Testing

Valley River Drive-thru Testing Clinic

All testing is by appointment only.

Location: Parking lot area near Crossfit Eugene and Regal Cinemas

Hours: 9AM - 5PM daily


The University of Oregon COVID-19 Monitoring and Assessment Program (MAP) is offering free COVID-19 testing to asymptomatic individuals ages 3 and over in Lane County. Appointments are available Tuesdays through Fridays. Register online by 5 p.m. the night before.

COVID Testing Locations: Call healthcare provider for referral: 

FREE COVID testing/Latinx Community: 2 Locations, Every 2 weeks

7 de Febrero, 2021 10AM - 12PM 721 S R St., Cottage Grove, OR

2/7/2021 from 10AM - 12PM Bohemia Elementary 721 S R St., Cottage Grove, OR 97424

No se pide identificación ni estatus migratorio. Los eventos para pruebas

occurren cada dos semanas en el mismo lugar hasta agosto del 2021. Se

recomienda registracion antes del evento, pero no es obligatorio. Los

resultados toman entre 2 a 4 días.

You will not be asked for insurance information or immigration status. Testing events will

occur every two weeks at the same location through August of 2021. Signing up ahead of

time is recommended but not required. Results take 2-4 days.

7 de Febrero, 2021  1:30PM - 4:30PM  1520 E St., Springfield, OR

2/7/2021 from 1:30PM - 4:30PM  St. Alice Catholic Church 1520 E St., Springfield, OR 97477

No se pide identificación ni estatus migratorio. Los eventos para pruebas

occurren cada dos semanas en el mismo lugar hasta agosto del 2021. Se

recomienda registracion antes del evento, pero no es obligatorio. Los

resultados toman entre 2 a 4 días.

You will not be asked for insurance information or immigration status. Testing events will

occur every two weeks at the same location through August of 2021. Signing up ahead of

time is recommended but not required. Results take 2-4 days.

Lane County COVID Testing Events


COVID-19 test site locator to help Oregonians across the state find testing sites in their community. or   pruebasdecovid19 (Spanish)

Health & Support: Youth, Family, Veterans, Disabilities, Crisis Lines, Recovery, BIPOC, LGBTQ+ 

Lane County Mutual Aid: If you need groceries/supplies delivered please fill out this form. 

use este formulario si usted necesita comida e otros suministros entregados a su puerta.

Request form in Spanish:

Request Line: (541) 321-8749

Mental & Emotional Health:

YouthEra Virtual Support

The Child Center’s Crisis Response Program is available 24/7 at 1-888-989-9990 for families with children & youth experiencing mental or behavioral health crises in Lane County

Helping Out Our Teens in Schools (HOOTS):  Counseling Service HOOTS Stands Ready For Students During Coronavirus Closures

Two HOOTS phone lines are staffed for specific districts.

(541)246-2342 is for the 4J High Schools, Eugene Charter Schools, and Bethel Schools.

(541)246-2332 is for the Springfield and Oak Ridge high schools.

Station 7 for runaway and homeless youth, ages 11-17

24/7 Help Line: 1-888-689-3111

931 W. 7th Avenue - Eugene, OR 97402


Parenting Now family resources:

Triple P parenting resources: Triple P: Positive Parenting Program addresses some of the specific challenges parents are facing right now. 8 module online course for parents of children ages 2-12 that gives them the tools to deal with common parenting challenges.

COVID-19 Resources for people with disabilities and special health care needs:

Senior COVID Support Group:

Veteran Resource Navigator

Veterans can also access additional assistance by calling an ODVA Veteran Resource Navigator at 800-692-9666


Whitebird Clinic:  The White Bird Crisis line will continue to be accessible 24/7 by phone at (541) 687-4000. For an in-person response, CAHOOTS continues to operate 24/7 at this time, if you are in Eugene please call (541) 682-5111, for those in Springfield please call (541) 726-3714.

BIPOC Support Groups

Centro Latino Americano: Virtual support group for our Latinx Community members starting Thursday October 8th from 6.30pm-8pm , every Thursday until December 10th. You can Call our office : 541-687-2667 for more information and to subscribe.

The NAACP is providing support services. Need help with

· Computers/Printer-

· Food pantry

· Help with SNAP sign up—live, in person

· Advocacy/referrals

· Black Cultural library

At the Historic Mims House 330 High street, Office open 9-12pm M-F

· Email with Questions about food assistance:

· For more information about other programs/community resources:

The Validation Station: Free Text Service Sends Daily Support To Isolated Trans & Non-Binary People

Trans Lifeline a peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers. 24/7 hotline 877-565-8860

Ophelia's Place: Ophelia's Place is now accessible online! Girls can get started now! Register by calling (541) 284-4333 or emailing  Live drop-In groups, workshops and Telehealth therapy

Oregon Reminders: In need of condoms during the COVID-19 outbreak? Oregon residents can order 12 FREE latex or non-latex condoms and lubricant packets once a month from Oregon Reminders. They come in a discreet package. Sign up at

Condoms are a great tool in the fight against HIV and other STIs.

NAMI: Online Support Groups: Family, Peers & Young Adult living with mental health conditions

Crisis Lines With Immediate Chat or Text Options: For youth, teens and adults

Celebrate Recovery crisis line-- 541-913-6303

Online Support Groups: 

7 Cups: Free online text chat with a trained listener for emotional support and counseling. Also offers fee for-service online therapy with a licensed mental health professional. Service/website also offered in Spanish.

Emotions Anonymous: An international fellowship of people who desire to have a better sense of emotional well-being. EA members have in person and online weekly meetings available in more than 30 countries with 600 active groups worldwide. The EA is nonprofessional resource and cannot be a replacement to therapy.

Support Group Central: Offers virtual support groups on numerous mental health conditions – free or low-cost. Website also offered in Spanish.

The Tribe Wellness Community: Free, online peer support groups which is tailored to members who are facing mental health challenges and/or difficult family dynamics. Support groups include Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, HIV/AIDS, LGBT, Marriage/Family, OCD and Teens.

For Like Minds: Online mental health support network that allows for individuals to connect with others who are living with or supporting someone with mental health conditions, substance use disorders, and stressful life events.

Lane County/Rural Resource for Behavioral Health and Recovery Services during COVID:

For people who use drugs, people who engage in sex work and people vulnerable to structural violence by Harm Reduction Coalition

HIV Alliance: Still enrolling clients into our services. If you are wanting to become a client please call our Lead Intake Coordinator, Tara Moon at 541-359-9945. For Spanish speaking services please call Jeronimo at 541-525-0256 to enroll in services. We are currently suspending all in-person enrollments.  Eugene office lobby is closed on Mondays and Wednesdays. We will provide crisis services on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Updates on testing:

HIV Alliance - Spanish VIH 101: Online 

Needle exchange locations and times:

Eugene: HIV Alliance Eugene Office Tuesdays 1pm-3pm & Fridays 1pm-5pm; ShelterCare Mondays & Wednesdays 6pm-7:30; Highway 99 Thursdays 9:45am-12pm.

Florence: We will be temporarily suspending syringe exchange services  in Florence.

Springfield: Thursdays 6pm-7:30pm at South 18th and A.

Cottage Grove: Tuesdays 5:30pm-7pm at the Center for Recovery.

Salem: Tuesdays 1pm-4:30pm at ARCHES. We will be temporarily suspending syringe exchange services at our Salem office.

Hilsboro: Dairy Creek Park Wednesdays 2pm-4pm

Roseburg: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 11am-3pm at our Roseburg office.

Grants Pass: Thursdays 12pm-4pm at Newman United Methodist Church.

Cave Junction: Mondays 12pm-3pm at Immanuel United Methodist.

Brookings and Gold Beach: We will be temporarily suspending syringe exchange services in Brookings and Gold Beach.

Siuslaw Outreach Services, Florence. 541-997-2816

The drop in center is closed, please call for an appointment for emergency services. If you don't have a phone, knock on the door M-Th 10-2 and they will try to help.

Senior Loneliness: Senior Loneliness Line (1-800-282-7035 or 503-200-1633) is a statewide service provided in partnership between Lines for Life and Oregon Health Authority. Their team of trusted volunteers and staff are specially trained in working with older adults. Any aging adult who is experiencing loneliness, isolation, depression or anxiety can benefit from a confidential phone call with Senior Loneliness Line call counselors.

Plain Language Information on COVID-19 for people w/ developmental disabilities: keep people with disabilities healthy during this national crisis, pdfs, 11 languages

OHSU Coronavirus hotline - statewide resource: 833-647-8222

Do you have questions about Coronavirus symptoms and care? If so, check with your primary care provider. If you don't have one, call 833-OHSU-CCC (833-647-8222) and they'll answer your questions.

OHSU: Connected Care Center, open 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday - Sunday

(Multi-language accessibility through interpreters; does not ask for immigration status; insurance not required).  

Smoking, vaping and COVID-19: If you or your loved one need help quitting, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or visit

Here are three important things to know about COVID-19 and smoking or vaping:

Domestic Violence & Abuse Resources

Domestic violence can get worse during isolation. You’re not alone. The Oregon Department of Human Services is still a resource for you and your children, as are local domestic violence prevention agencies and national hotlines. If you are a victim of domestic, sexual or gender-based violence, there is help available:

If you are experiencing an emergency call 911

National Sexual Assault 24-Hour Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673)

National Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline: 800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233), if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto or text LOVEIS to 22522

Staying Safe During COVID-19

SASS of Lane County 24-Hour Hotline 541-343-7277 or 1-844-404-7700

Womenspace - Lane County: 24 Hour Crisis and Support Line  541-485-6513 (800-281-2800)

Spanish and English-speaking advocates are available day and night.

Domestic Violence Assistance Program - Pets – Greenhill Humane Society, SPCA.

Provides emergency shelter for the companion animals of women and DV survivors at risk. contact Womenspace at (541) 485-6513 or visit their website at

SOS Crisis Line, Florence 541-997-4444

If you are in a domestic violence situation, sexual assault or trafficking, please call.

Abusive Behaviors:

Everyone can play a part in keeping children healthy and safe. Please call and reach out to families you know to check-in. Report suspected abuse, share crisis hotlines, and keep your eyes open. To report suspected abuse or neglect of a child or adult, call 1-855-503-SAFE (7233). This toll-free number receives calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

For resources from Prevent Child Abuse America that you can share with families and friends visit:

Rent, Housing & Utility Assistance

Need help paying for internet? Emergency Broadband Benefit:

The Emergency Broadband Benefit will provide a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price.

Renters: Oregon state eviction moratorium is in place until June 30, 2021. Renters must complete, sign, and return a form to their landlord to prevent eviction. After January 1st, that form will be posted on For more information, go to the Oregon Law Center. You can find other protections that are part of the moratorium on the Community Alliance of Tenants webpage. If you need help coming up with your rent, 211info also has information on rental assistance throughout Oregon.

Property Owners:

ADDITIONAL FUNDS FOR AVAILABLE ENERGY ASSISTANCE: impacted by COVID-19, due to financial or health reasons.  Homes can be put on the waiting list for funds starting August 3th at 9 am, going to the website


Update 02-09-2021: EASCR has received additional funding and will be accepting names on 02-16-2021

EWEB: Income-eligible customers can apply for a $260 bill credit annually.




Are you a farmworker or landscape worker impacted by COVID-19? We can help! Visit the following link to learn more information about eligibility.

To see if you qualify for rent and utility assistance, call 211 or go to

For tenants and property owners:

-Property owners: Contact your lender or mortgage servicer as soon as possible to see if your mortgage may qualify for federal programs related to COVID-19. You can also find other foreclosure prevention resources on the Oregon Housing and Community Services website.  

City of Eugene: Housing Resources for Renters and Landlords 

Oregon Housing and Community Resources:

Tenant Rights related to the COVID impact: VIDEOS

English:  YouTube:

Spanish: YouTube:

4J Internet

Comcast Wireless Internet Essentials:

Free Xfinity WiFi hotspots in out-of-home locations will be available for free to anyone who needs them, including non-Xfinity Internet customers, to keep our communities connected with their friends and family.

Spectrum Wireless:


Assurance Wireless: Free phone and data to qualifying low income families.

EWEB:  COVID Bill Assistance

To enroll, call our Customer Service team at 541-685-7000 M-F 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Oregon Energy Fund: funds for energy assistance/paying electric bill




NW Natural:

Oregon Lifeline: Free and low cost phone or broadband service

       Phone, Computer, and Internet Access during COVID-19

4J Schools: Free internet access to qualifying 4J students to support online learning.

Eugene Public Libraries - All locations now offer computers,  internet access, and printing.

Eugene Library Cards Now Free for All 4J Students—even outside the city limits

Springfield Public Library - Computers and Printing

45-minute appointments are available: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays at 4pm and 5pm

Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 10:15am and 11:15am

Call to schedule: 541-726-3766, One person per computer

Drop-ins accommodated if space available

DHS Springfield: 101 30th St, 541-726-3525

30 min to use computer, printing available M-F 8:30-4:30

DHS Eugene: 2885 Chad Dr, 541-686-7878

30 min to use computer, printing available M-F 8-5

DHS Eugene: 2102 W 11th Ave, 541-686-7722

Copy, Print, some computer use - call first


o   Department of Human Services: 48310 E 1st St, Oakridge (open M,W 9-4), (541) 782-4217


·       Siuslaw:

o   Department of Human Services: 3180 Hwy 101 N, Florence, (541) 997-8251

o   Siuslaw Public Library (Florence and Mapleton parking lots): WIFI Networks: Library 1A, 2 or 3A (Florence); mapleton library (Mapleton); 541-997-3132 (Florence); 541-268-4033 (Mapleton)


·       South Lane:

o   Department of Human Services: 305 Coop Court, Cottage Grove, (541) 942-9186

o   Cottage Grove Community Sharing: providing one computer so clients can access websites of agencies that provide other related services that help with financial wellbeing. Access to other sites must be requested. Computer access is limited to 15 minutes unless permission to extend time is granted by staff. 1440 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove, OR 97424, (541) 942-2176; Mike Fleck

o   Cottage Grove Health Hub: WIFI information posted in window and available for use in the parking lot; 1133 E Main St, Cottage Grove, OR 97424; (541) 915-6349; Samantha Duncan


Shelter and Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness

DISTRIBUTION SITE AND SHELTER SITES White Bird Clinic (341 E 12th Ave.) will begin operating as a distribution site for people experiencing homelessness. Unhoused individuals can access resources, pick-up supplies, and learn about COVID-19 prevention and symptoms.

CORE StreetFeed:

5-7pm @ Spectrum 150 W Broadway Eugene,  Ages 16-24.

Sanitation Stations: City of Eugene

Microsites - City of Eugene:

The newest microsite will be on land provided by the Eugene Mission at no cost and managed by Community Supported Shelters. The first microsite was established at Skinner City Farm.  Microsites replace the Designated Temporary Shelter Sites. We placed some residents in existing programs including Rest Stops and Overnight Parking Programs.  These sites will provide transitional shelter to a small group of individuals. Up to six Conestoga huts, tents or vehicles are allowed.  The sites will be managed by local social service providers who will oversee general upkeep to help ensure the health and safety of individuals at the site and minimize impacts to the surrounding area and neighborhood.

Dusk Until Dawn is going 24 hours. Dusk until dawn will turn into dawn until dawn. now open 22 hours a day for single adults to find shelter and hygiene stations. The Service Station is open regular hours. For questions about HWY 99 sites and programs, please call: 541-689-6747 and visit their COVID-19 updates and information page for more information.

Eugene Mission Due to changes necessitated by COVID-19, access to the Eugene Mission campus will be limited to residential guests and authorized individuals starting Monday, March 23, 2020.

All on-site day room services including showers, meals, clothing, and toiletries will be suspended until further notice. The Eugene Mission will begin mobile delivery of food, water, and other essentials throughout the community (to the extent permitted by law and other conditions) on Monday, March 23, 2020. 541-344-3251 

Men enter the Eugene Mission through the entry at Second Avenue and Chambers Street. LTD buses #40 and #52 stop in front of the Men’s Mission entry.

Women and Mothers with Children should go to the Women’s Center, which is at 1420 West First Avenue (the newer building west of the main lodge, closest to Blair Ave.).

15th Night will also be continuing to offer support and resources for unhoused youth and those working with them via phone and text at (541)246-4046. For an in-person response CAHOOTS continues to operate 24/7 currently. If you are in Eugene please call (541)682-5111, for those in Springfield, please call (541)726-3714.

Looking Glass: Station 7

Hosea Youth Services: The Resource Service Center will be open from 1 to 6:30 pm for essential needs only (showers, laundry, etc). Dinner will be to-go boxes, and will be served at 5pm

First Place Family Center:

1995 Amazon Parkway  (541) 342-7728

8-5PM, 7 days a week with strict social distancing guidelines:

-Homeless Prevention and Barrier Busters programs are still being administered from FPFC by appointment and the public can contact the FPFC Housing Navigator, Kevin Douglas, at (541) 357-1734 or for more information or to book a pre-screening appointment.

Sheltercare: Phone line will remain open, please call at 541-686-126 and leave a voicemail. As of 5/7, all programs except for Behavioral Health are doing intakes. Rent and deposit support.

White Bird is now assisting folks with stimulus check payments, food stamp

sign up, SSI/SSDI, and OHP.  541-816-2793, Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Black & African American Community

"This fund-The Oregon Cares Fund--is for Black people, Black-owned businesses, and Black community-based organizations."

"The Oregon Cares Fund officially launches for applications on August 24th. On Monday, we are asking that you would help us spread the word to your Black foster families, families of origin, kinship families, and youth who are 18 or older. Our goal is to make sure that every Black family whose experienced hardship due to Covid-19 would know about the fund and apply. In particular, we'd love your help getting the word out to those you serve! Applying and receiving funds will not affect the resources of financial assistance families are receiving from other programs or entities.

To apply:

Applicant qualifications for families or individuals applying would include:

If a family or individual is approved, those funds will be administered by the Black United Fund and The Contingent."


Latinx & Undocumented Immigrants and their Families During COVID-19

FREE COVID testing/Latinx Community: 2 Locations, Every 2 weeks

7 de Febrero, 2021 10AM - 12PM 721 S R St., Cottage Grove, OR

2/7/2021 from 10AM - 12PM Bohemia Elementary 721 S R St., Cottage Grove, OR 97424

No se pide identificación ni estatus migratorio. Los eventos para pruebas

occurren cada dos semanas en el mismo lugar hasta agosto del 2021. Se

recomienda registracion antes del evento, pero no es obligatorio. Los

resultados toman entre 2 a 4 días.

You will not be asked for insurance information or immigration status. Testing events will

occur every two weeks at the same location through August of 2021. Signing up ahead of

time is recommended but not required. Results take 2-4 days.

7 de Febrero, 2021  1:30PM - 4:30PM  1520 E St., Springfield, OR

2/7/2021 from 1:30PM - 4:30PM  St. Alice Catholic Church 1520 E St., Springfield, OR 97477

No se pide identificación ni estatus migratorio. Los eventos para pruebas

occurren cada dos semanas en el mismo lugar hasta agosto del 2021. Se

recomienda registracion antes del evento, pero no es obligatorio. Los

resultados toman entre 2 a 4 días.

You will not be asked for insurance information or immigration status. Testing events will

occur every two weeks at the same location through August of 2021. Signing up ahead of

time is recommended but not required. Results take 2-4 days.



¿Eres un trabajador agrícola impactado por COVID-19? ¡Podemos ayudar! Visite el siguiente enlace para obtener más información sobre la elegibilidad.


Are you a farmworker or landscape worker impacted by COVID-19? We can help! Visit the following link to learn more information about eligibility.


La intención es para ayudar a hogares que han sido impactados por el COVID-19, debido a razones financieras o de salud. Estos fondos son separados de lo que existe previamente del Programa de Asistencia de Energía Para Hogares de Bajos Ingresos (LIHEAP). Se les invita a hogares que ya han recibido fondos que apliquen.

Para hogares que califiquen, el programa provee un solo pago para la factura de energía. El pago se puede usar para la electricidad, gas natural, aceite de calefacción para el hogar, propano, bolitas de madera y madera.

Para calificar para el EASCR-20, el ingreso bruto mensual del hogar no debe exceder del 80 por ciento de ingresos medianos del condado de Lane. Un hogar de una persona puede tener un ingreso bruto mensual máximo de $3,270. Un hogar de cuatro personas puede tener ingreso bruto mensual de $4,670.


Public Charge rule BLOCKED amid COVID-19 pandemic. This will allow immigrant communities across Oregon and the rest of the country to access critical health care and public benefits during the current health crisis.

Centro Latino Americano Podcast, called Céntrate that is available on Spotify and Apple to address confusion with COVID within the Spanish speaking community. Our latest episode is about creating a toolkit for

COVID19 and we also talk about the difference between isolation and


- Contact me if you would like to have the MP3 file you can share

through text or email with Latinx families (google groups doesn't let me

send it through google groups.

- Copy and paste this link in your preferred podcast app


This video is a briefing with information about cases, more free testing,

fake news about COVID-19, the county rental assistance and reopening plan

phase 2.Updates

( ) with a press conference in Spanish. Latest video  We have created a Text Alert System and a Whatsapp alert system to send information directly to people's cell phones.

Text Alert

 Send CENTROINFO to (541) 240-8862


Whatsapp alert:

 Send HOLA to (541)606-0694


MAM Alerts

 Send MAMINFO to (541) 240-8862


Whatsapp alert:

 Send MAM to (541)606-0694

Lane County updates in Spanish and MAM

Webinar in Spanish about COVID-19 prevention


OHA Facebook page exclusively in Spanish.  OHA en Español, refleja el valor que le damos a promover y distribuir información y recursos con igualdad para ayudar a las personas a alcanzar su pleno potencial de salud y bienestar. Puede seguir y compartir nuestra nueva página de Facebook en: 

Whitebird Community Resources

HIV Alliance - Spanish VIH 101: Online

Compiled a list of resources and news that can help undocumented and mixed-status families during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic - updated frequently

CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act). Many refugees and non-US citizens are eligible for benefits.

Health Care for Immigrants and Refugees

On March 13, 2020, the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced it will not consider testing, treatment, or preventative care (including vaccines, if a vaccine becomes available) related to COVID-19 as part of a public charge determination. This includes if your care is paid for by Medicaid, also known as the Oregon Health Plan.

Webinar discussing the new benefits programs created by the CARES Act. The webinar explained how to  apply for a "forgivable loan" (grant), which will help our refugee-owned businesses and refugee-serving nonprofits stay financially stable during the pandemic.

Topics Covered Included:

-Direct Cash Payments to Individuals

-Unemployment Insurance During the Pandemic

-Paid Family / Medical Leave

-Help for Small Businesses and Nonprofits

-Additional Resources


If your driver license, permit or vehicle registration expires between Nov 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021, you have three months after the expiration date to renew without being cited. The Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles is allowing this grace period in order to catch up with the backlog caused by COVID-19.

LTD: Students Ride Free

Financial Support: Business, Loans, Mortgage, Insurance, Student Loans

Lane County & City of Eugene Business Recovery and Support:

Oregon’s emergency orders require insurance companies to provide a minimum one-time grace period to their customers for each insurance policy. The chart below details each type of insurance and its minimum grace period. Visit the Division of Financial Regulation’s COVID-19 consumer site for frequently asked questions and information on several insurance and financial services topics. If you have questions about your insurance coverage, contact your insurance provider. If you have questions about an insurance company or agent or need to file a complaint, contact the division’s advocacy team at 888-877-4894 (toll-free) or email  


Payments, Unemployment, Mortgage, Student Loans, etc.



Mortgage & Loans:

DevNW Videos available on Facebook*

*Notes and tips on blog DEVNW.ORG. Also recorded




FIDO Pet Food Bank Distribution

This dog and cat food bank is available for individuals who qualify for services such as Social Security, Medicaid, and SNAP. FIDO is here on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Cost is $3/dog or $2/cat. For more information, please contact Penny at FIDO:

Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C St.

Penny Arthur: 503-655-3663

Community Veterinary Center is open 9-4 M-Th for regular appointments, with a sliding scale. 541-636-3324

Spay and Neuter Clinic/Vaccinations and Surgeries: 541-682-3643

Lane County Animal Services: The phone number for LCAS the animal enforcement team is still 541-682-3645. The new number for 1st Avenue Shelter lost pet and adoption services is 541-844-1777. The shelter's animals are featured on Greenhill's website.

Domestic Violence Assistance Program - Pets – Greenhill Humane Society, SPCA.

Provides emergency shelter for the companion animals of women and DV survivors at risk. contact Womenspace at (541) 485-6513 or visit their website at

Greenhill Humane Society: 541-689-1503

-Pet food bank is open.Shelter Hours 11am - 6pm DAILY If you need financial support to feed your pet, please visit and we will assist you.

-Found Animals will be Returned to Owner by appointment only. Please call to schedule.

-Please call if you have found a stray animal.

-“Securing Your Pet’s Future” program to plan ahead for when a patient can’t care for their pet permanently.  Contact person is Nisha at Greenhill 541-689-1503 ext 136.  In a crisis that is temporary, such as hospitalization, anyone can call Greenhill at the same number (without the extension) and request them to come get a pet out of the home.

FREE Fitness, Movement & Meal Planning!

Cosmic Kids Yoga: Free

GoNoodle: Free movement games and videos for home

Eugene YMCA: Free video workouts at home:  Eugene Family YMCA's YouTube page “Video Workouts”

Willamalane: Fitness at Home FREE videos

Free Virtual PE for kids!

Food Hero: Easy, at-home meals

Food Hero KID APPROVED recipes:

SuperCook: meal creator & cooking app and website

You can select items you already have at home & they will put together a list of recipes you can make or just do a general search of recipes on their website/app.

My Fridge Food: meal creator & cooking app and website

You can download on your phone or just use their website online. No account needed unless you plan to save items. They allow you to input things you already have at home and they will show recipes based off what you chose. You can also just look at recipes they have on the app or website. It also has tips for kitchen supplies and cooking. Contests where you can win prizes, and you can also submit your own recipes.

Good and Cheap is a cookbook for people with limited income, particularly on a $4/day food stamps budget.  Available as a FREE pdf in both English and Spanish:



Allrecipes: recipes by app or website based on your ingredients

You can download the app or use the website. It allows you to choose what kind of meal you want to prepare ( lunch, dinner, etc), what ingredients you have if any (fish, chicken, pasta,etc) and how long you want to cook for (slow cooker , 20mins and under, 2 hours, etc).

Has a feature called "Dinner Spinner" where you can just shake your phone and it will give you random recipes to try!

FREE Activities for Kids & Adults 

Willamalane Families at Home

Grow This: Oregon Garden Challenge: The first 3,000 Oregonians who sign up and request seeds will receive 4 types of seeds in the mail.

Food Hero KIDS: Coloring Sheets, Games, Storytime, Activities, Recipes

Guide for At-Home Learning: Oregon Department of Education

You'll have to create an account for many of these:

Virtual museum/exhibit tours and field trips 


Eugene public libraries - Opened its doors! All locations now offer computers,  internet access, and printing. Online, free online access, Library apps and streaming Eugene Library Cards Now Free for All 4J Students—even outside the city limits 

To register for a new card or renew an expired card, call Eugene Public Library at 541-682-5450 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.  At the Downtown Library,  people can also borrow print books, DVDs, and CDs with same day, staff-assisted counter service. Cardholders with online access continue to enjoy eBooks, online audiobooks and streaming movies, as well as borrowing physical items by placing requests for later pick up.

Springfield public libraries - online and limited in-person services, includes computer and printing

Call Mondays-Saturdays from 10am-5pm, 541-726-3766, Email anytime:

Library apps and streaming 

Beanstack reading program with incentives!

Oregon library system - lots of ebooks and audiobooks!

Fun without the Internet & Technology

Paint a rock!

Stay at Home Gardening Video Series: FREE online gardening tutorials for kids

Lane County Parks:

Eugene and Springfield Mural Tours: self guided

Self Care & Resiliency at Home & Work

Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 infection control guidance for workers providing in-home personal care:


Arabic, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese

Things you can do to support yourself and decrease stress and anxiety:

-Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.

-Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep.

-Make time to unwind. Try to do some other activities you enjoy.

-Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling. Setting up video conferencing with friends and family where we are all on at one time to socialize and gather can be helpful.

-Going outside and practicing social distancing - take advantage of good weather.

Resilience tips from Oregon Health & Science University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows:

Remember, children follow the lead of their parents. They look to you to see if they should be afraid, concerned, confident, calm or carefree. You can set the stage for their response to be concerned and confident by taking a moment to check in with yourself before you check in with them.

Consistency and structure can help establish a sense of normalcy and be calming:

-Try to establish a simple routine for your family in 60- or 90-minute chunks.

-Get your children involved in the planning process to give them a sense of control.

Physical activity has been shown to combat symptoms of anxiety and depression:

-Taking regular breaks to go outside for fresh air and exercise is great for mental health.

-Look for free online resources for youth-focused at-home workouts

Relearn how to be present with your family:

-Being present and available for your family can be the best way to support and help during this stressful time.

-Consider working on tasks or projects alongside your children and set aside time to offer your family your full and undivided attention.

Maintain technologic well-being:

-The key to healthy screen use is awareness and open conversations with your children.

-Consume news judiciously from reputable journalism organizations, such as the Oregon Health Authority or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

-Participate in technology alongside your children, for example by engaging with them via social media apps or video games they frequently use.

Created by Alicia Jones @ The Child Center.

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