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Last Update 04/13/20 -- Created by Jade Chamness, South Lane School District McKinney-Vento Liaision
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Have something to add? Please email Jade Chamness at jade.chamness@slane.k12.or.us or Chris Wells at chris.wells@slane.k12.or.us or reqest edit access.
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Cottage Grove + Eug/Spfld Resources
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CategoryBusinessCityAddressOfferWhenWays to help the businessLink
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Food & Basic Needs
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FoodFood for Lane CountyCottage GroveBohemia Elementary, 721 S R Street, Cottage GroveNEW food access for all Cottage Grove community members. Starting April 8th, every Wednesday from 4:30-6:30pm pre-packaged food will be handed out from a truck parked in the Bohemia Elementary School parking lot.

The Mobile Pantry distributions are drive through, recipients are to stay in their vehicle. Those without vehicles will be directed to a separate distribution station near the FOOD for Lane County truck. Social distancing will be strictly enforced. No household documentation will be required.
Wednesdays from 4:30-6:30pm starting April 8thContact Food for Lane County
https://www.cottagegrove.org/citymanager/page/friday-update
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MealsSLSDCottage GroveSee tab "To-Go Meals for Kids" for locations and times. (Located at bottom of this spreadsheet).Grab & go meals for children ages 0-18. Any child, 0-18 can pick up a meal, they do not need to be a South Lane student.Weekdays, until school is reopenedContact the school district and ask
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FoodSNAP (food stamps) - DHSCottage GroveSee linkIf affected by COVID-19, apply for SNAP now. If the need is a result of COVD-19, 30 days of income verification will not be necessary.

You can apply online or over the phone - no need to go into the office. DHS will mail SNAP cards.

You can order grocery pickup and delivery using EBT cards now through participating grocery chains (i.e. Amazon and WalMart).
https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ASSISTANCE/FOOD-BENEFITS/Pages/Eligibility-Apply.aspx
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FoodDHS/ODE
Online resource
Coming soon3/19 UPDATE: Pandemic-EBT program. SNAP (food stamp) benefits coming soon for ALL students on free/reduced lunch, regardless of legal status.Coming soonComing soon
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FoodDHS
Online resource
See link3/24 UPDATE: People can already apply online for food stamps at https://apps.state.or.us/onlineApplication/
We are doing phone intakes and people can submit any documents that may be needed via email or mail as well. SNAP (food stamps) for income eligible students and families. Apply online. No need to go into an office. Youth not living with parents and guardians can apply for their own SNAP account (even if their parent/guardian is currently receiving food stamps for them). Contact Jade or the local DHS to more info. Let them know if you work with Jade/McKinney-Vento program. (Use same application to apply for TANF and ERDC)
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https://apps.state.or.us/onlineApplication/
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FoodAmazon & Walmart - Online ordering
Online resource
See linkOrder groceries online through Amazon and Walmart using SNAP benefits. Delivery fees are not currently covered by SNAP benefits.Now
Amazon.com and Walmart.com
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Basic needs and moreGrassroots community effortCottage GroveFacebook - see linkNowSign up to help
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2045655802247700/permalink/2045663602246920/
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Food, Basic NeedsCommunity SharingCottage Grove1440 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove3/30 UPDATE: 22 boxes available per family per year. Food boxes, laundry vouchers, clothing, housing assistance, and more. Note: If an individual or family has a household form on file with CS yet is unable to pick up a food box themselves, they may send someone in their place to pick up a box. That person must have a signed note with the name(s) of the individual(s) they are picking up a box for. 4/17 UPDATE: A verbal authorization is now allowed for pickup---signed notes no longer needed. M-F 11am-3:30pmDonate food. Non-pantry items are greatly appreciated, such as condiments, etc.
https://communitysharing.org/
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Food, basic needsCreswell Food Pantry
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FoodSLSD McKinney-Vento ProgramCottage Groveemail: jade.chamness@slane.k12.or.us - call/text: 541-735-5702Emergency grocery gift cards for houseless students in Cottage Grove area (see link for more)Now - ongoing fundraiser & distribution effortsDonate on GoFundMe
https://www.gofundme.com/f/food-for-cottage-grove-homeless-kids-covid19
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Food, clothes, basic needsLooking Glass Rural Drop-In CenterCottage Grove508 E. Whiteaker Avenue, Cottage Grove, 541-767-3823Food, clothes, basic needs items and more for youth ages 11-21. Distributing gift cards for McKinney-Vento students.M-F 8:30-5pmDonate food, gift cards, funds, or other basic needs items
https://www.lookingglass.us/ruralprogram
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MealsTrinity Lutheran ChurchCottage Grove675 S 7th, Cottage GroveServing to-go mealsTuesdays and Thursdays from 5:15-6:15p
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MealsCreswell New Hope BaptistCottage Grove597 Front Street, CreswellTake out mealsWednesdays from 5-6pmAsk church - 541-895-4436
https://www.newhopecreswell.com/
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Basic needsCity of CGCottage GroveCommunity Center, 700 E Gibbs Ave, Cottage Grove, OR 97424Restroom and handwashing station outside of Community Center.24/7
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Basic needsCottage GroveAll-America Square3/19 UPDATE: Restrooms at All-America Square are open in the afternoons and evenings.Afternoons and evenings
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Basic needsFamily Relief NurseryCottage Grove720 N 14th St, Cottage Grove, OR 97424, call: (541) 942-48353/19 UPDATE: Closed to public and for therapeutic classrooms and home visits until 4/1. Will work with families via phone and have set up a crisis line that families can call during this time. Any parent can call for diapers or wipes or feminine hygeine products (supply is limited) -- can deliver. Call for info. Exploring ways to provide online servicesNowDonate diapers, wipes, baby wash/oil, feminine hygeine products, canned and non-perishable foods, funds
http://www.frncg.org/
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Basic needs and more15th NightEug/Spfld (serves Cottage Grove)541-246-4046 -- call or textHelp for homeless youth. Call or text if you are a youth or are working with a youth that needs help.24/7https://www.15thnight.org/volunteer
https://www.15thnight.org/
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Meals for seniors and individuals with disabilitiesMeals on WheelsLane CountyAll service areas3/18 Update: 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.NowVolunteer - call (541) 607-5065
https://mowlaneor.org/
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Basic needs and more for Spanish speaking individualsCentro Latino AmericanoEugene944 W 5th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402Food pantry and emergency services for current clientsM-TH 8:30am-12:00pm; 1:00 pm-5:00pm Fri 8:30am-12:00pm
Contact and inquire: https://centrolatinoamericano.org/get-involved/volunteers-and-interns/
https://centrolatinoamericano.org/
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FoodFood for Lane CountyLane CountySee linkInformation about how/where to access food in your area.Now - by appointmentDonate food or money, or volunteer
https://foodforlanecounty.org/covid-19/
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MealsOregon Food BankAllSee linkSearch website for pantries and food assistance sitesNowDonate on their website
https://www.oregonfoodbank.org/find-help/find-food/
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Food, basic needs, youth shelterNew Roads Looking GlassEugene541-689-3111 -- call or text3/24 UPDATE: We will remain open our regular hours 8:30 am to 4:45 pm Monday through Friday but we will be handing out to go meals and to go hygiene items through our door; only allowing one youth in at a time for shower and laundry access.

Youth can either just show up and knock on our window or call ahead to schedule a time for shower/laundry. Drop in center & help for youth ages 11-21. Food, clothes, counseling, employment and housing assistance, social services.
Call or text 24/7
https://www.lookingglass.us/get-involved
https://www.lookingglass.us/
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LunchesLaughing PlanetEugenehttps://laughingplanet.com/locations/Free kids meal to kids who qualify for Meal Assistance Programs. No proof of income needed.
Until further notice
https://laughingplanet.com/
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FoodTrillium Produce PlusEugeneBethel Farm, behind Prairie Mountain SchoolTake home supplement of produce and bread3/17 & 3/20 from 11am-3pm
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SafetyWomenSpaceEugene24 Hour Crisis and Support Line – 541-485-6513 (800-281-2800)Womenspace continues to provide services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Access to these services is through our expanded 24-hour crisis and support line. Spanish and English-speaking advocates are available day and night. They are providing safety planning, emergency services, mobile advocacy, telecommunication options, counseling services, legal advocacy, financial assistance, referrals and access to other resources. Advocates, including our DHS co-located advocates, continue to accept referrals and calls from partner agencies.

To address the current need for survivors to have an alternative method to reach out for help while living in violent households, we are adding an online chat option to our website. This chat feature is a safe, confidential and secure way to communicate. It has an escape function that will erase the entire text stream with a touch of a button or when the chat is idle, as well as redirect browsers windows. We hope to have the Chat Now feature live this week.

What can you do? If you hear sounds of violence and abuse at a neighbor’s home, call the police. If you are concerned about a friend or family member – call our crisis and support line to learn about safety planning and ways to help. If you would like to make a donation or help in other ways, please call our office at 541-485-8232 or visit www.womenspaceinc.org.
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https://www.womenspaceinc.org/
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Housing Support
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Youth shelterLooking Glass Station 7Eugene (but serves Cottage Grove youth)call/text: 888-689-3111 address: 931 W 7th Ave, Eugene, OR 974023/24 UPDATE: Services remain unchanged aside from requiring youth to have their temperature taken at access and thoroughly wash their hands. Youth who show up with symptoms of Covid-19 need to be assessed by a medical professional prior to being allowed shelter access. Youth shelter for individuals aged 11-17 (can sometimes shelter youth 18+, call to ask).24/7 - call/text or stop by anytimeDonate
https://www.lookingglass.us/
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Emergency shelterEugene MissionEugene (but serves Cottage Grove community)call: 541-344-3251 address: 1542 W 1st Ave, Eugene, OR 974023/16 UPDATE: Shelter is now open 24/7 during the pandemic so people who are sick can sleep/rest. Emergency shelter and wellness for men, women and children. 3/18 Update: Eugene Mission posted protocols undertaken in a video on our social media today.NowDonate
https://eugenemission.org/
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Emergency shelterSt Vincent de PaulEug/SpfldHighway 99 - serves 192 people
Lane County Behavioral Health Safe Parking Program (winter only) - 10 vehicles
The Annex Building in South Eugene (for families with children) - 19 families
3/16 UPDATE: Shelter is now open 24/7 during the pandemic so people who are sick can sleep/rest. Provides individuals experiencing homelessness with a place to safely sleep and keep their belongings at night.

FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER 4/2 UPDATE:

- All families currently being sheltered overnight through the Night Shelter program will remain sheltered throughout the night and day at the Annex shelter facility.
- The First Place Family Center (FPFC), located at 1995 Amazon Parkway, will still remain open for literally homeless or extremely vulnerable families 7 days a week. Hours have been reduced to 10am – 3pm.
- Services at the FPFC will be restricted to picking up critical supplies such as food, diapers, toiletries and other hygiene products.
- Entrance into the FPFC facility will be limited to one family at a time for use of bathrooms, laundry, and showers only.
- FPFC will still be accepting and processing applications for the Homeless Prevention and Barrier Busters programs by appointment only Saturday thru Wednesdays 10am – 3pm. Interested families should still contact Kevin Douglas at kevin.douglas@svdp.us or 541-357-1734.
- Families who have questions about services at FPFC should still call 541-342-7728.
- General donations to the SVdP are not being collected at FPFC at this time. The only donations being accepted at this time are masks, hand sanitizer, and temporal thermometers.
Operates between 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Update: might now be open 24hrs/day. Call to confirm: 541-682-8442Donate on their website
https://www.svdp.us/what-we-do/homeless-services/eugene-service-station/dusk-to-dawn/
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Housing, food and other basic needsCatholic Community ServicesEugene/Spfld1464 West 6th Avenue, Eugene & 1025 G Street, Springfield3/23 Update: Both Eugene & Springfield Community Service Centers are now operating on the same schedules and CCS will continue to provide food to the residents of Lane County. We are continuing to receive & distribute the same amount of food from FOOD For Lane County at this time. CCS has changed to a pre-made food box distribution system and will distribute 100 boxes each day that we are open at each location.Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am-12pm: Open to the public for food box distribution. Closed to public Tues, Thurs and SatDonate basic needs items
https://www.ccslc.org/
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Housing assistanceHomes for GoodLane County177 Day Island Road, Eugene3/30 UPDATE: Homes fof Good has extended the closure of front desk lobbies and site offices until further notice. They've canceled all resident meetings, group activities, and classes until further notice. All of their staff are still available for essential services and can be reached at (541) 682-3755 or through our staff directory on our website. Food programs will continue as long as possible, please contact Resident Services for more information about what is available at our sites (541) 682-2580NowSee link
https://www.homesforgood.org/about/news/covid-19
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Health Care
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Health insurance
Oregon Health PlanSee link4/1 UPDATE: All members who are currently enrolled in 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.

Federal stimulus payments and increased unemployment payments WILL NOT AFFECT OHP eligibility. They will not be counted during the application process or when members report a change in household.

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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.
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www.OHP.Oregon.gov
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Mental health supportSouth Lane Mental HealthCottage Grove1345 Birch Ave, Cottage Grove3/13 Update: If a family member or student mentions wanting counseling services, please give the family the contact number for their school-based therapist. We only serve students with OHP (Pacific Source or Trillium) but the school-based therapist can help the student/family find resources in the community that would meet their needs or get them set up with crisis services. When the family calls the school-based therapist, we can help them schedule an intake with SLMH or refer them to additional services.

Bohemia - Ambyr Stores - 541-767-6085
Harrison - Ali Canino - 541-767-4233
CGHS - Jessica Williams - 541-767-4088
Al Kennedy - Michelle Chaves - 541-623-6065

LMS, Dorena, London, & Child's Way - Ali Canino - 541-767-4233

3/19 Update: Moving all non-critical services to telephone therapy sessions (prescribing, outpatient, and substance use counseling). Continuing youth crisis services via phone. Restricting foster home access to residents and staff. School-based therapists will continue to work with clients via phone.

Crisis line for anyone who wants to talk: (541) 942-3939 Hours: 9am-4pm M-F.

Schedule intake by calling main office

SLMH can help people sign up for OHP. Process: leave a voicemail at (541) 767-4088 with full name and call back number. SLMH staff will call back from a blocked number.
M-F 9am-4pmDonate
https://www.slmh.org/
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Health CareCommunity Health Centers of Lane CountyEug/SpfldCall 541-682-3550 or visit link for more information

Locations:
RiverStone Clinic, 2073 Olympic St, Springfield, OR 97477
Charnelton Clinic, 151 W. 7th Ave, Suite 100, Eugene, OR 97401
Prenatal Clinic, 151 W. 7th Ave, Suite 310, Eugene, OR 97401
Lane County Behavioral Health Primary Care, 2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Eugene, OR 97401
Bookside Clinic, 1680 Chambers, Suite 103, Eugene, OR 97402
Delta Oaks Clinic, 1022 Green Acres Rd, Eugene, OR 97408
We are committed to your health and safety. Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we are modifying our appointment scheduling to ensure that we reduce exposure to our patients and provide you a safe environment. At this time our primary care clinics and prenatal clinic will remain open and we will continue to schedule specific visits that cannot be delayed and need to be in person. We may be contacting patients to offer telephone or virtual visits instead of in person office visits. Some routine visits may be moved to June 1st or later.
If you have questions, please call our Customer Service Center at 541-682-3550 which remains open during our regular hours of 8am to 5pm.
8am-5pm
https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2f%2f%2fwww.lanecounty.org%2fchc&c=E,1,Yy0Dv3tADSu6XYNKDTELa0zDRLW7XtFSEttKudIxD11zNf6L2hHiMpzHriFu0AAGUp-UdYSslnZATgfluWC4diF0LkvRl3k2DuknGiK5&typo=1
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Health CarePlanned ParenthoodEug/Spfld3579 Franklin Blvd, Eugene3/23 Update: offering some core services in-person and moving to telehealth visits for all other appts. They are staying open and serving patients.Now
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Youth mental healthThe Child CenterEugene (but serves Cottage Grove community)888-989-9990 - callLane County's youth crisis line that responds to CG and elsewhere24/7Donate
https://www.thechildcenter.org/crisis-response-program/?fbclid=IwAR3sztsaWRiX9tmkrW9pdR1LOZPROUe-LbsOV-7KArOUiUvm7APiUcNKoW
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Mental health supportCDCOnline resourcesSee linkTips and resources about how to manage stress and mental health during this timeSee link
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/managing-stress-anxiety.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fabout%2Fcoping.html
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Sobriety supportSee linkOnlineSee linkFree online meetings for in-home sobriety supportSee link
www.lauramckowen.com
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Sobriety supportOnline Intergroup - AAOnlineSee linkOnline sobriety support meetings through AASee link
http://aa-intergroup.org/directory.php?fbclid=IwAR2eRFER1TrDZOPJ6A9bwBZERsu2ypfS1V3cyNo5fB2O7GI8fn9noZXZD_E
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Medical and social servicesWhite BirdEugene341 E 12th Ave, Eugene, OR 974013/18 Update: White Bird medical not taking walk-ins the rest of the week. Should be able to resume next week. Screening out front and not treating folks with COVID-19 symptoms at this time.Now3/18 Update: In desperate need of items. See list at link: https://whitebirdclinic.org/donate/
https://whitebirdclinic.org/
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Mental health supportLaurel HillEugene/SpfldVarious3/18 Update: Laurel Hill Center is taking new clients by referral only, no walk in intake hours. All services are limiting in-person meetings as much as possible. FUSE team is still conducting outreach with appropriate precautions. We are continuing to house unhoused as units/beds come open, and taking precautions to make sure a well person doesn't move in with a sick person. Laurel Hill is also taking emergent and urgent intakes along with referrals. Laurel Hill Pathways drop in center is closed as of today.Now
https://www.laurel.org/
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Crisis supportHourglass Community Crisis CenterEug/Spfld71 Centennial Loop, Suite A, Eugene, OR 97401Effective 4/2:

We are now open from 11am to 11pm, but only accept new admissions up to 9:30pm.
At this time we will continue to be open 7 days per week.
We will have capacity to serve up to 8 individuals at a time to allow proper social distancing and for appropriate staff coverage.
We will still accept clients from all standard referral and access points.
We ask all referral sources to call ahead to check availability and to ensure that minimum COVID Screening has been performed.
If a client answers 'yes' to any of the screening questions, they should not be transported to Hourglass.
Hourglass staff will be screening all walk-in clients at entry. If a client answers 'yes' to any of the COVID-19 screening questions, they will not be admitted but staff will provide resource contact information and/or assistance contacting appropriate resources.

Of course we have also put into place comprehensive prevention and risk management practices within the program for staff and clients. If you have any questions about this modified programming, please contact Rod Estes, Regional Administrator at 541.806.5580, OR Claire Seminar, Program Administrator at 541.505.8426.

11am-9:30pm, 7 days a week. New admissions accepted up until 9:30pm
http://www.columbiacare.org/hourglass-community-crisis-center.html
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Crisis supportSouth Lane Mental HealthCall In Crisis - (541) 942-3939M-F 9am-4pm
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Crisis supportCrisis Response Program - 1-888-989-9990
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Crisis supportCottage Grove EDCottage Grove Emergency Department
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Crisis supportNational Suicide Prevention
National Suicide Prevention Hotline - call 800-273-8255
24/7
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Crisis supportWhiteBirdWhitebird Hotline - call 800-422-755824/7
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Economic Support
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UnemploymentOregon Unemployment Dept
Online resource
See linkUnemployment benefits may be available to those who are on a temporary layoff. These benefits occur for claimants whose employer stops operation for a short period of time, such as cleaning following a coronavirus exposure or by government requirement. Workers can get UI benefits, and do not need to seek work with other employers. You must be able to work, stay in contact with your employer, and be available to work when called backNow
https://www.oregon.gov/employ/unemployment/pages/default.aspx https://www.oregon.gov/employ/Pages/COVID-19.aspx?fbclid=IwAR3Y6ACJyQpwmGz9xvLv_xZKVcP3LkftijmM5aTbgy9bALI77LMmTmXYjcE
https://lanecounty.org/government/county_departments/health_and_human_services/human_services_division/workforce_services
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Job assistanceSTEP - DHSAll service areasDHS locations3/18 Update: All Workforce Programs (STEP, JOBS, other) are limiting in-person meetings and trying to continue to help people with their job search on the phone / email. People are still getting interviews and being hired. We are also working with our CURRENT customers whose employment has been impacted and helping with rent to help them stay housed. We are keeping a wait list for any new customers.Now
https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ABOUTDHS/DHSBUDGET/20192021Budget/DHS-SSP-2019-21-Ways-Means-FINAL.pdf
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Financial education
DevNWEug/SpfldSee linkAll financial education available through webinar; all financial counseling available remotely through Zoom conferencing or telephone. Extension of free DevNW memberships to anyone in the food service industry. Emergency Small Business Loans available through our CDFI, Community LendingWorks. A weekly Facebook Live stream on Tuesday at 12pm (English) and 12:30 (Spanish) - focused on financial wellbeing/preparedness during COVID-19.Now
https://devnw.org/
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Financial support for small businessesCARES ActAllSee linkThe CARES Act provided many options to assist organizations during the Covid-19 crisis. One of these options is the Paycheck Protection Program, which provides loans to small businesses - including 501(c)(3) nonprofits. THIS MEANS YOU CAN APPLY!! Don't wait - funds will run out quickly. Now
http://my.wipfli.com/knowledge-center/whats-new.aspx
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Financial supportDirect Payments - Stimulus CheckAllSee linkAt this time, Direct Payments are only available for U.S. Citizens.

If you filed a tax return for tax years 2018 or 2019 AND have direct deposit information on file through that process, you will receive a direct deposit into that account automatically in the coming weeks. (This is estimated to cover up to 60% of eligible Americans).

If you DID NOT file a tax return for tax years 2018 and 2019, it is recommended that you file one NOW in order to get your direct deposit information on file for ease of receiving a Direct Payment quickly.

1) You will still receive your Direct Payment regardless of whether you have any unpaid taxes (taxes owed).

2) You will not pay taxes on the Direct Payment.

3) You can file your Federal Taxes for FREE using many options. Here is a useful article that provides an overview of how to file your taxes for free: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/17356/free-tax-software/

If you are on Social Security and automatically receive Social Security benefits electronically, you will receive your Direct Payment the same way. You do NOT need to have filed taxes in tax years 2018 and 2019. The IRS expects to begin issuing paper checks beginning May 4. Historically this has taken up to 10 weeks. More information is forthcoming regarding options for people to receive their Direct Payments. Unfortunately, if you are not already set up with direct deposit information through Social Security or the IRS, your Direct Payment will likely be delayed at best
https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/01/politics/stimulus-money-distribution-individuals/index.html
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Housing Support
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Youth shelterLooking Glass Station 7Eugene (but serves Cottage Grove youth)call/text: 888-689-3111 address: 931 W 7th Ave, Eugene, OR 974023/24 UPDATE: Services remain unchanged aside from requiring youth to have their temperature taken at access and thoroughly wash their hands. Youth who show up with symptoms of Covid-19 need to be assessed by a medical professional prior to being allowed shelter access. Youth shelter for individuals aged 11-17 (can sometimes shelter youth 18+, call to ask).24/7 - call/text or stop by anytimeDonate
https://www.lookingglass.us/
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Youth crisis number15th NightEugene (but serves Cottage Grove community)541-246-4046 -- call or textHelp for homeless youth. Call or text if you are a youth or are working with a youth that needs help.24/7https://www.15thnight.org/volunteer
https://www.15thnight.org/
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Emergency shelterEugene MissionEugene (but serves Cottage Grove community)call: 541-344-3251 address: 1542 W 1st Ave, Eugene, OR 974023/16 UPDATE: Shelter is now open 24/7 during the pandemic so people who are sick can sleep/rest. Emergency shelter and wellness for men, women and children. 3/18 Update: Eugene Mission posted protocols undertaken in a video on our social media today.NowDonate
https://eugenemission.org/
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Emergency shelterSt Vincent de PaulEug/SpfldHighway 99 - serves 192 people
Lane County Behavioral Health Safe Parking Program (winter only) - 10 vehicles
The Annex Building in South Eugene (for families with children) - 19 families
3/16 UPDATE: Shelter is now open 24/7 during the pandemic so people who are sick can sleep/rest. Provides individuals experiencing homelessness with a place to safely sleep and keep their belongings at night.Operates between 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Update: might now be open 24hrs/day. Call to confirm: 541-682-8442Donate on their website
https://www.svdp.us/what-we-do/homeless-services/eugene-service-station/dusk-to-dawn/
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Housing, food and other basic needs
Catholic Community Services
Eugene/Spfld1464 West 6th Avenue, Eugene & 1025 G Street, Springfield3/23 Update: Both Eugene & Springfield Community Service Centers are now operating on the same schedules and CCS will continue to provide food to the residents of Lane County. We are continuing to receive & distribute the same amount of food from FOOD For Lane County at this time. CCS has changed to a pre-made food box distribution system and will distribute 100 boxes each day that we are open at each location.Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am-12pm: Open to the public for food box distribution. Closed to public Tues, Thurs and SatDonate basic needs items
https://www.ccslc.org/
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Housing assistanceHomes for GoodLane County177 Day Island Road, Eugene3/30 UPDATE: Homes fof Good has extended the closure of front desk lobbies and site offices until further notice. They've canceled all resident meetings, group activities, and classes until further notice. All of their staff are still available for essential services and can be reached at (541) 682-3755 or through our staff directory on our website. Food programs will continue as long as possible, please contact Resident Services for more information about what is available at our sites (541) 682-2580NowSee link
https://www.homesforgood.org/about/news/covid-19
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Food, housing and other basic needs
Catholic Community Services
Eugene/Spfld1464 West 6th Avenue, Eugene & 1025 G Street, Springfield3/23 Update: Both Eugene & Springfield Community Service Centers are now operating on the same schedules and CCS will continue to provide food to the residents of Lane County. We are continuing to receive & distribute the same amount of food from FOOD For Lane County at this time. CCS has changed to a pre-made food box distribution system and will distribute 100 boxes each day that we are open at each location.Mon, Wed, Fri from 9am-12pm: Open to the public for food box distribution. Closed to public Tues, Thurs and SatDonate basic needs items
https://www.ccslc.org/
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Parenting Support
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Child CareSee linkChild Care Facilities Can Remain Open Through Latest Order as of 3/17/20. Oregon is expanding child care benefits to support families and providers during spread of COVID-19.Now
https://oregonearlylearning.com/ https://oregonearlylearning.com/COVID-19-Resources
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Child CareSee linkEmployment-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 and now is the same as the ongoing and exit limit amountNow
https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ASSISTANCE/CHILD-CARE/Pages/ERDC-COVID19-Emergency.aspx
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Mental health support & OHP sign-upWhite Bird Clinic / HOOTSEugeneSee link for detailsIn 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.

We are able to provide short term counseling and mental health support, resource referrals and OHP sign up.
The phone line is accessible from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.

Video support is available from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on weekdays and is accessed by emailing hoots@whitebirdclinic.org with your name and preferred time.
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https://whitebirdclinic.org/hoots-offering-mental-health-support-by-phone/
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Peer supportTrained peer support specalistOver phoneEmail: Brandy.McLaughlin@pacificsource.comPeer support over phone to support individuals who want support with social distancing. To sign up, email Brandy.McLaughlin@pacificsource.comNow - by appointmentN/AN/A
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Peer supportOregon Family Support NetworkEugene (but serves Cottage Grove community)Call: 833-732-2467Peer support for parents
https://www.reachoutoregon.org/
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Parenting resourcesWIC - DHSAll service areasSee linkHas your income changed recently? Many families are experiencing stress and changes in income during the COVID-19 pandemic. 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.

WIC is supporting the health and well-being of families throughout Oregon during this period of social distancing by providing 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 (see link). WIC will be in touch.
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https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HEALTHYPEOPLEFAMILIES/WIC/Pages/interest-form.aspx
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Misc Resources
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Info & resourcesCG Community CenterCottage GroveCall: 541-942-11853/19 UPDATE: Community Center is available by phone from 8-5 M-F for updates and information8am-5pm M-F
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Food, utility assistance, child care, health, etcCall: 211AllCall or see linkIf you are in need of food or other resources/services, please call 211. Available services include food, utility assistance, child care, health, etc.NowCan donate on website
https://www.211info.org/
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InternetComcastService areasSee linkAs our country continues to manage the COVID-19 emergency, Comcast is taking immediate steps to help connect low-income families to the Internet at home. New Internet Essentials customers will receive two free months of Internet service, which is available to all qualified low-income households for $9.95/month plus tax. Apply by April 30, 2020Now
https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19#thingstoknow&all_AmIeligibleforIE
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Utility helpEWEBAll service areas500 East 4th Ave, EugeneNowhttp://www.eweb.org/contact
http://www.eweb.org/about-us/news/coronavirus-crisis-relief?fbclid=IwAR1ncdC2PxbnEE5nASz4DzTv9ZOQ5OmWEQUeabap28x5ZxE3qlMGyeoyglE
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Books & moreCG LibraryCottage GroveCall: 541-942-38283/19 UPDATE: The Library is available by phone for media checkout, with a door pick-up service. The library is also in the process of updating the website with family resource information, and will be starting a children’s reading program online. Updates will be posted to the website and the city website.8am-5pm M-F
https://www.cottagegrove.org/library
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Freelancer resourcesVariousAllOnline, see link.Everything from emergency funding to remote job opportunitiesNow
https://covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com/
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FitnessGrokker.comAllSee linkFree access to online fitness / wellbeing classes through April 30Now
https://grokker.com/individuals
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Donate bloodRed CrossAllSee link----Red Cross urgently needs blood donations!
https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/dlp/coronavirus--covid-19--and-blood-donation.html
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Mutual AidGrassroots effortAllSee linkComprehensive list of mutual aid resources nationwide, if anyone wants to share with friends out of state.Now
https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1uP49OQGhosfBN4BOYQvyy_Mu3mpCSOYzip13LksC-S8/mobilebasic?fbclid=IwAR0Z05Cq8X79LosR7NYExY5tozOwsZPiY9Kkc_Gr7JV3JfJS_PjjSAJnH0A
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EducationJSTOROnlineSee linkOpen-Access JSTOR Database Accessible to the Public
The online academic resource has over 6,000 ebooks and over 150 journals accessible without the need for an online login.
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https://www.jstor.org/ http://www.universitytimes.ie/2020/03/jstor-makes-database-accessible-to-the-public/?fbclid=IwAR2VajxU91LuY9I1DUZSi_VQSpuMHSe1ZOq0E-CgfAz4wKtesvcrEWuqG0E
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EducationNational Emergency LibraryOnlineSee linkA collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closedNow
https://archive.org/details/nationalemergencylibrary
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South Lane WheelsCottage GroveSee link3/30 Update: South Lane Wheels suspended all transportation services locally and to the Eugene/Springfield areas starting Monday March 30th until further notice. Our directors and staff know this community supports and depends upon our services, so we will be working hard to restore services during the challenges of the coronavirus. Because the SLW office will be closed during this time, please send messages to info@southlanetransit.com or (541) 942-0456 ext.3 to receive a response as soon as possible.Now
http://southlanetransit.com/
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