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OrganizationAddressCityPhone NumberHours (if known)What's available?Website
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1st Way Pregnancy Center1667 High StreetEugene541-687-8651 or 1-800-848-5683Appointments are required: Monday -Thursday, 10am-4pm and 11am-2pm on Fridaysfree diapers, maternity and baby clothes, as well as free pregnancy testing and free ultrasounds to women who qualifywww.angelfire.com/or3/firstway/
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Alocholics AnonymousEugene541-342-4113
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Apprenticeship Program (BOLI)1400 Executive Parkway #200Eugene541-686-7623Assistance finding apprenticeshipswww.egov.oregon.gov/boli/atd
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Babies First! Program541-682-4041By AppointmentHome visits to screen infants at risk for health and developmental problems.http://lanecounty.org/departments/hhs/pubhlth/pages/babies_first.aspx
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Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lane County935 Oak StEugene541-344-0833Offers youth development through volunteer adult mentors who help with personal growth and healthy relationships.www.bbbslane.org
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Birth to Three86 MLKEugene541-484-5316Parenting groups, support, advice and networking. Parent HelpLine is free and connects you with parent educators for advice, support, and referrals to community resources.www.birthto3.org
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Buckley House605 W 4thEugene541-343-6512
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Bureau of Labor and Industries (BoLI)1400 Executive Parkway #200Eugene541-686-7623www.egov.oregon.gov/boli
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CAFA- Christians as Family Advocates921 Country Club Rd Ste 22Eugene541-686-6000Individual, family, and couples counseling, parenting classes, Men's and Women's OPAC groups, women's support group, supervised visitation and exchanges, neurofeedback, CARE groups
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Catholic Community Services of Lane County1464 W 6th StreetEugene541-345-3642Food boxes, clothing, phone use, info on housing & employment, personal hygeine items, Rx assistancewww.ccslc.org/EugServiceCenter.htm
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Centro Latino-Americano944 W 5thEugene541-67-2667www.cla1.org
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Children's Dental Center/Assitance League of EugeneChurchill High School- 1850 Bailey RdEugene541-790-5181Dental care for public school children in the area with low income families who have no insurance
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City of Eugene Recreation ServicesEugene541-682-5333Diverse recreation experiences in 6 program areas: Youth & Family, Outdoor, Adult & Senior, Adaptive, Aquatics, and Athletics. Scholarships available for 50-75% of approved activity, up to $150 for the year.www.eugene.or.gov
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Community Health Centers1640 G StSpringfield541-682-3550www.co.lane.or.us/chc
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Department of Motor Vehicles541-686-7855www.oregon.gov/odot/dmv
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DHS: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)VariousVarious1-800-723-3638EBT Food Benefit Cardhttp://www.oregon.gov/DHS/assistance/foodstamps/snap-info.shtml#apply
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DHS: Temporary assistance for needy families (TANF)VariousVarious1-800-723-3638Cash assistance up to $528/month depending on needhttp://www.oregon.gov/DHS/assistance/cash/tanf.shtml
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EFN.org33733 Seavey Loop RoadEugene541-341-4928?EFN offers dialup connection to qualifying low-income customers at reduced pricing.http://www.efn.org/
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Eugene Family YMCA2055 Patterson StEugene541-686-9266Financial assistance available for services including: childcare, swim lessons, family fitness and recreation, youth sports, summer camps and family events.www.eugeneymca.org
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Eugene Mission1542 W 1st AveEugene541-344-3251
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EWEB Energy Assistance500 E 4th AveEugene541-484-6016www.eweb.org
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Experience Works541-687-7302www.experienceworks.org
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Federal Trade Commissionwww.ftc.gov
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First Place Family Center1995 Amazon PkwyEugene541-342-7728
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Food for Lane County770 Bailey Hill RdEugene541-343-2822Emergency food pantries throughout Lane County that provide fresh and shelf-stable groceries to low-income families and individuals, each box contains a 3-5 day supply of food. Daily meal sites in Eugene and Springfield, Brown bag lunch programs, and the summer food program.www.foodforlanecounty.org
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Goodwill Industries855 Seneca RdEugene541-345-1801www.goodwill-oregon.org
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Head Start of Lane County221 B StSpringfield541-747-2425Comprehensive preschool education for low-income children ages 5 to birth. Part-day, full-day, and community childcare offered. Also provides health, social services, transition, advocacy, and parenting education.www.hsolc.org
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Healthy Start/Healthy Families of Lane County125 Eat 8th AveEugene541-682-7425Parent Support: Free home visiting program that provides parents with education and support prenatally or after birth. Family support workers provide information on health, nutrition, safety, child development, and other resources in the community.
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HIV Alliance1966 Garden AveEugene541-342-5088Free, anonymous and confidential HIV oral swab testing. Support, advocacy, referral services and emergency financial assistance to peple living with HIV/AIDS.www.hivalliance.org
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Housing Authority177 Day Island RdSpringfield541-682-3755www.hacsa.org
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HUD971-222-2600www.hud.gov
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Immigration Information800-375-5283www.uscis.gov
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Lane Council of Governments859 Willamette St Ste 500Eugene541-682-4283www.lcog.org
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Lane Council of Governments859 Willamette St Ste 500Eugene541-682-4283www.lcog.org
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Lane County Health & Human Services125 E 8th AveEugene541-682-4041www.co.lane.or.us/hhs
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Lane County Law and Advocacy (Legal Aid)376 E. 11th AvenueEugene541-485-1017 or 1-800-575-928312:45-3:00 pm Monday thru FridayLane County Law and Advocacy (Legal Aid) provides free legal assistance for civil (non-criminal) legal matters. The Domestic Violence Clinic provides representation for contested stalking order hearings, divorce, separation, paternity and child Five Free Services in Eugene, Oregon that People Don't Know About Neighborhood: Downtown Eugene, OR 97401 custody cases involving domestic violence, and sexual assault. The Senior Law Service provides legal services for senior citizens.www.lclac.org
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Lane County Mental Health2411 ML King Jr. BlvdEugene541-682-4085www.co.lane.or.us/hhs_mntlh
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Lane County Public Health ServicesCharnelton Community Clinic: 151 W 7th AveEugene541-682-4013Maternal and child care information and home visits, WIC services, child and adult immunization appointments, communicable disease prevention, HIV counseling and testing, sexually transmitted disease appointments.www.lanecounty.org/departments/hhs/pubhlth/pages/default.aspx
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LifeLine Financial Education325 BlairEugene541-485-1188
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Looking Glass72-B Centennial Loop Ste 2Eugene541-689-3111www.lookingglass.us
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Low Income Energy Assistance541-682-FUEL
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LTD EZ Access541-682-6100Variety of services to make riding public transportation easier particularly for older or disabled adults.www.ltd.org
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Meals on WheelsIn-Home Visit541-682-4038Low-cost delivery of nourishing meals to homebound individualswww.sdslane.org/mow.html
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Narcotics Anonymous541-729-0080
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NW Natural Gas Assistance541-342-3661www.nwnatural.com
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Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services2101 W 11th Ave- Eugene, 541-686-7722101 30th St- Springfield, 541-726-3525
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Ophelia's Place1577 Pearl St #100Eugene541-284-4333After-school drop in, skill-building groups, counseling, and theraputic groups for girls.www.opheliasplace.net
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Oregon Health Plan/Healthy Kids541-686-7722Low or no-cost medical insurance for kids and adults based on income- low to middle-income qualify.www.oregonhealthykids.gov or www. oregon.gov/dhs/healthplan
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Oregon HelpsHub to find out what services you might qualify forhttp://www.oregonhelps.org/
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Oregon Public Networking/Eugene Free Community Network43 W BroadwayEugene541-484-1446Internet Accesswww.opn.org
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Planned Parenthood793 N Danebo AveEugene541-744-7121Sliding-fee scale. Birth control, emergency contraception, women's annual exams, screening, counseling, and testing for HIV, StIs, pregnancy, pregnancy options information ONLY, midlife serviceswww.planedparenthood.org/ppsworegon/index.htm
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Prevention and Recovery Northwest541-484-9274
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Pro Bone O Clinic450 Hwy 99 NEugene541-607-8089Pet Care
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Relief Nursery72-B Centennial Loop Ste 2Eugene541-686-2688Counseling, 24-hour crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, education, vocational training, etc.www.reliefnursery.org
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RideSource & RIde Source Shopper541-682-5566Curb-to-curb grocery shoping service for disabled riders.www.ltd.org
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RideSource & RIde Source Shopper541-682-5566Curb-to-curb grocery shoping service for disabled riders.www.ltd.org
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Salvation Army640 W 7th AveEugene541-343-3328www.salvationarmyusa.org
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Senior & Disabled Services1015 Willamette StEugene541-682-4038www.sdslane.org
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Senior Farm Direct NutritionSenior & Disabled Services800-723-3638Seniors who are eligible to participate in the program will receive $32 in farm direct checks, which can be used to purchase locally grown produce at participating farm stands and Farmers' Markets.www.oregon.gov/dhs/spwpd/food_fin/sfdnp
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Senior Meals Program1221 Jacobs DrEugene541-689-8011Serves nourishing mid-daty neals and companionship in community dining roomwww.sdslane.org/srmeals.html
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Serenity Lane Treatment Center541-687-1110
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ShelterCare1790 W 11th Ste 290Eugene541-686-1262www.sheltercare.org
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SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)/Oregon Trail2101 W 11th AveEugene541-686-7722Food stampswww.oregon.gov/dhs/assitance/foodstamps/foodstamps.shtml
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Social Security Information2504 Oakmont WayEugene800-772-1213www.ssa.gov
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SPOT - Stop Pet Overpopulation Today541-485-SPOT (7768)Spay/Neuter assistance for dogs when funding is availablehttp://spotspayneuter.org
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St. Vincent de Paul Society705 Seneca RdEugene541-687-5820Utility assistance, food boxes, rent assistance, emergency Rx, propane vouchers for heating, bus tokens, clothing, household goods, appliances, beds, furniture, education and vocation training.www.svdp.us
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State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF)800-285-8525www.saif.com
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TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)2101 W 11th AveEugene541-686-7722Immediate cash assistance to low-income families with children while they strive to become self-sufficient.www.oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/cash/tanf.shtml
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TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families)2101 W 11th AveEugene541-686-7722Immediate cash assistance to low-income families with children while they strive to become self-sufficient.www.oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/cash/tanf.shtml
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The Helping Hands Room1166 Oak Street (First Christian Church)Eugene541-344-1425normally 9:30 am to 12 pmclothing for all ages, kitchen items and beddingwww.shhhor.org
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The Muddy Puddle WebsiteWebsite with pet related resources of all kindshttp://www.themuddypuddle.com
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US Dept of Labor866-4-USA-DOLwww.dol.gov
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US Dept of Veterans' Affairswww.va.gov
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VA Clinic100 River AveEugene541-607-0897
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Vet Center1225 Pearl St #200Eugene541-465-6918
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Veterans Services of Lane County135 E 6th AveEugene541-682-4191
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Veterans' Admin Homeless Program95 N BertelsonEugene541-607-7570
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Volunteers in Medicine3321 W 11thEugene541-685-4234www.vim-clinic.org
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Voter Registration275 W 10th AveEugene541-682-4234www.oregonvotes.org
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White Bird / CAHOOTS341 E 12th AveEugene541-342-8255www.whitebirdclinic.org
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White Bird Medical and Dental Clinic1400 Mill StreetEugenehttp://www.whitebirdclinic.orgMonday and Wednesday from 9 am-noon, and Tuesday from 1-5 pm and Thursday from 9am-noon, and Friday from 9am-noon and from 1-3 pm. The dental clinic is open Monday through Wednesday and Friday from 8am-noon, and from 12:30-4:30pm.low-cost or free medical treatment, medications and dental care for low-income people without insurance and they also accept the Oregon Health Plan. Emergency and Low-Cost Medical Services in Eugene, Oregon Neighborhood: Downtown Eugene, OR 97401 Basic dental services provided include fillings, extractions, and cleaning. They also operate emergency walk-in clinics in addition to preventative and on-going care.http://www.whitebirdclinic.org
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WIC- Women, Infants, and Children Program151 W 7th Ave, Rm 210Eugene541-682-4041Supplemental food and nutrition education program for pregnant and nursing women, infants, and small children. Benefits can be applied toward grocery purchases.www.lanecounty.org/departments/hhs/pubhlth/pages/lcph_wic.aspx
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Willamette Animal Guild (WAG) - Spay/Neuter Clinic3045 Royal AvenueEugene541 345-3566Call for appointmentLow cost spay/neuter services and other limited vet care. Some spay/neuter assistance when funds are available.http://www.wagwag.org
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WomensSpace1577 Pearl St Ste 400EugeneAdvocacy Center: 541-485-823224-Hour Crisis Line: 541-485-6513 -or- 800-281-2800Emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis line, support groups, transitional programs, community education, legal advocacy, rural advocacywww.womenspaceinc.org -or- www.enddomesticviolence.com
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