Catholic Community Services
1464 West 6th Ave., Eugene 541-345-3628
1025 G Street Springfield 541-345-3628
Help with basic needs. Services include food, energy assistance, clothing, personal care items, prescriptions, identification, day-use bus passes, information and referral, and immigration services. No cost.
G Street Oasis
First Baptist Church, 1175 G Street, Springfield 541-214-0260
Day program for homeless families in Springfield providing access to laundry, showers, restrooms, and help finding jobs, housing, and other resources.
Cornerstone Community Housing
Quality affordable housing for people living on limited incomes. On-site support services that promote opportunities for personal growth and economic independence.
First Place Family Center
1995 Amazon Parkway, Eugene 541-342-7728
Services for families with children under 18: food, kitchen, laundry, showers, phone, mail service, computers with internet access, two overnight programs. Call for appointment.
P.O. Box 2412, Eugene 97402 541-689-9750
Volunteers provide food, propane, and limited prescription medication assistance to anyone in need.
Food For Lane County
770 Bailey Hill Rd., Eugene 541-343-2822
County-wide distribution of emergency food through a network of 150 agencies. Food boxes, no-cost meal sites, gardens, nutrition education, children’s and senior programs.
Helping Hand Room
First Christian Church, 1166 Oak St., Eugene 541-344-1425
Free baby layettes for newborns and clothing for children and adults. Bedding and kitchen items also available. Open Tuesday, Thursday, noon – 2 p.m.
Homes for Good (formerly HACSA)
177 Day Island Rd., Eugene 541-682-3755
300 West Fairview Dr., Springfield 541-682-4090
Federal program assists families with rental housing from private landlords and HACSA-owned housing. Access HACSA’s website for details on availability.
Lane County WIC Program
(Women, Infants and Children Supplemental Food & Nutrition Program)
151 West 7th Ave., Room 210, Eugene 541-682-4202
Nutrition and feeding information, breastfeeding support, referrals, and help purchasing healthy foods for pregnant and postpartum women and children (ages birth – 5)
ShelterCare~Housing, Health & Wellness
969 Highway 99 North, Eugene 541-689-7156
Emergency housing for families who are homeless: assistance finding housing and employment/income. Transitional and permanent housing for individuals experiencing homelessness, psychiatric, and/or physical disabilities.
Springfield Salvation Army
1275 Mill St., Springfield 541-747-6229
Extremely limited rental assistance with 72-hour eviction notice and furniture assistance (no appliances). Clothing vouchers for children
The Arc Lane County/Jumpstart
4181 E St., Springfield Annie Wahto: 541-343-5256
Skill building and enrichment program for children and young adults (ages 5 – 21) who experience I/DD. After-school/no-school/Saturday programs available.
Eugene School District 4J
200 North Monroe St. 541-790-7700 or 541-790-7707
For community: Childcare/preschool programs at North Eugene and South Eugene High Schools. For students: Teen parent program. Before/after-school childcare available at some schools.
CAFA (Christians As Family Advocates)
921 Country Club Rd., Suite 222, Eugene 541-686-6000
Domestic violence intervention for offenders and victims, parenting classes, supervised visitation services, and individual therapy for adults, children, couples, and families.
Center for Community Counseling
1465 Coburg Rd., Eugene 541-344-0620
Low-cost counseling to uninsured and underinsured adults. Services include individual counseling, support groups, and classes. Sliding-fee scale, $5 – 40.
Center For Family Development
261 East 12th Ave., Eugene (walk in services) 541-342-8437
Outpatient services for mental health and substance use disorders for children, adolescents, and adults. OHP and some commercial insurance accepted. Sliding-fee scale and funding assistance available for some services.
Center for Healthy Relationships (formerly Center for Family Therapy)
HEDCO Clinic, 1655 Alder St., Suite 170, Eugene 541-346-0923
Therapy for intimate relationships, families, and individuals provided by UO graduate student interns supervised by faculty and advanced clinicians. Day and evening weekday hours. Sliding-fee scale.
Child and Family Center
1600 Millrace Dr., Suite 103, Eugene 541-346-4910
A range of low-cost, family-based services for children and adolescents (ages 2 –17). Services include brief and longer-term intervention, assessment, family and child therapy, parenting help, and referrals.
The Child Center
3995 Marcola Rd., Springfield 541-726-1465
Mental health services for families throughout Lane County, including assessment, outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient counseling, psychiatric day treatment, wellness, parenting classes, ABA autism, and 24-hour Crisis Response Program.
Direction Service Counseling Center
576 Olive St., Suite 307, Eugene 541-344-7303
Outpatient counseling and mental health support for adults, children (ages 18 months and older), adolescents, and families. Private insurance and OHP accepted. Call for information about walk-in assessment program.
Laurel Hill Center
2145 Centennial Plaza, Eugene 541-485-6340
Services to help people with psychiatric disabilities make choices and acquire skills that increase their self-reliance and ability to live and work in the community.
Looking Glass Community Services
260 East 11th Ave., Eugene 541-484-4428
Mental health and adolescent substance abuse treatment services. Individual, family and group therapy in Eugene, Springfield and Junction City.
Crisis Response Program
24-hour service to families in Lane County by The Child and Adolescent Network, providing telephone and community-based mental health crisis intervention for children and adolescents.
Fussy Baby Network
Specialists provide support and information to help parents with infant crying, sleeping, and feeding issues. Infant specialist will answer or return calls, and respond to email
as soon as possible. No cost.
La Leche League of Eugene
Facebook: La Leche League of Eugene 541-744-6055
Mother-to-mother breastfeeding help through monthly meetings and phone support.
Postpartum Support International (PSI)
Weekly phone forums, every Wednesday for moms, first Monday for dads. Visit website or call for information. For local services, including warm line, see Pregnancy • Childbirth • Postnatal Support • Adoption ~ WellMama, Inc
Chrysalis ~ a program of White Bird
350 East 11th Ave., Eugene 541-683-1641
Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for adults (ages 18 and older). DUII treatment for adults. Evening acupuncture clinic for detox, maintenance, and other medical needs for adults (ages 18 and older), $10 – $20/session.
Emergency Mental Health: 541-741-7107
AOD and Gambling: 541-741-7107
2149 Centennial Plaza, Suite 4, Eugene 541-741-7107
1040 Oak St., Eugene 541-342-6987
1461 Oak St., Eugene 541-687-9139
374 Q St., Springfield 541-746-4041
1932 Pine St., Florence 541-997-8509
78B Centennial Loop, Eugene AOD/Administration: 541-687-8820
Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, gambling treatment, and mental health counseling. OHP accepted for AOD treatment and mental health services.
Nar-Anon Family Eugene-Springfield
Group 541-726-1880 or 1-800-477-6291
Support group meetings for family members and friends affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol abuse. Call for meeting times and places. No dues or fees.
Residential Treatment 541-687-1110 or 1-800-543-9905
Outpatient Treatment 541-485-1577
Alcohol/drug treatment in Oregon and Washington for adults 18 and older. Most insurance accepted.
Willamette Family, Inc.
Detoxification and Sobering 541-343-6512
Rapid Access Center 541-762-4300
195 West 12th St., Eugene (admissions to all services)
Quality substance abuse treatment, mental health, detoxification, primary medical, on-site child care, and family services.
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