Whether you are a Veteran seeking our housing services or non Veteran seeking support regarding substance abuse, houselessness, domestic violence or recovery meetings, we are here to help. The list below can help you find the right resource and help you on your road to recovery. If you have questions, or don’t see the resource you need don’t hesitate to contact us for help.
Hours: 24/7 – Emergencies only
Cahoots – Eugene only
Hours: 24/7 – Provides on site care for mental health or substance abuse emergencies, conflict resolution/mediation, transport to other agencies, deals with housing crises and first aid. Dispatched by police non-emergency line.
Cahoots – Springfield only
Child Abuse: Natl. Child Abuse
Hope and Safety Alliance Hotline
Hours: 24/7 – 24/7 crisis line for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault and stalking in Lane County.
Looking Glass Crisis Response Line
Hours: 24/7 – 24/7 crisis line for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual assault and stalking in Lane County
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Hours: 24/7 – National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Hours: 7 days 7am-1am – Provides peer counseling for transgender individuals in crisis.
Hours: 24/7 – A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone service for LGBTQIA. Or, text “START” to 678678
White Bird 24/7 Crisis Line
(541) 687-4000 or 1-800-422-7558
Hours: 24/7 – Crisis intervention, mental health referral and transportation assistance for people with mental health needs in Eugene or Springfield without homes.
Addiction Counseling and Education Services (Emergence): At Emergence, we believe everyone deserves a second chance. Our mission is to provide counseling and support to help you address substance use disorders, mental health diagnosis, and disordered gambling.
www.4emergence.com | (541) 393-0777
Center for Family Development (CFD): Since every problem is unique, CFD employs a variety of therapeutic models. CFD’s approach considers the needs of the individual, their family, and their community relationships. CFD identifies the individual’s internal and external resources to develop strengths and resiliency for meeting stressors and enhancing success.
www.c-f-d.org | (541) 342-8437
HIV Alliance (HIVA): HIV Alliance approaches our work with the goal of ending health disparities and through the lens of health equity. Simply put, we cannot end HIV in Oregon without prioritizing and effectively serving those who are disproportionately impacted and most at risk. Because of this, we are constantly working to address the root causes of HIV-related health disparities that are often systemic in nature. Out priority populations are people living with HIV, LGBTQIA2S+ communities, BIPOC, Spanish-speaking communities, people who are unhoused, people who use/inject drugs, people living on low incomes, sex workers, and people in rural areas. In their communities, these groups experience significant stigma, discrimination, gaps in access, and other serious barriers to wellness. All HIV Alliance services are harm reduction based, nonjudgmental, culturally/linguistically responsive, low barrier, and trauma informed so that we can best meet the needs of the people we serve and ultimately reduce health disparities in Oregon.
hivalliance.org | (541) 342-5088
Laurel Hill Center: Laurel Hill Center is committed to helping people who struggle with psychiatric disabilities. We know that there is no single recovery plan that fits everyone, and not just one way to rebuild a life. We help you nurture the life you want to become self-reliant on your own terms.
www.laurel.org | (541) 485-6340
Looking Glass Community Services (LG): Looking Glass is a behavioral health agency that believes our consumers are the experts of their own experiences. Following their lead, we use our own expertise and knowledge of behavioral health and other support services to assist and guide them as their readiness levels indicate.
www.lookingglass.us | (541) 686-2688
Restored Connections Peer Center (RCPC): The person centered, and strength-based approach is the foundation of our approach to care, but we have changed the way we outlined our services depending on the purpose. Clients do not need to be abstinent or even ready to address their relationship with substances in order to access services. We meet them where they are and see where we can be helpful. We are trained in clinical skills and will incorporate them into all aspects of our service.
restoredconnections.org | (541) 636-3526
ShelterCare: ShelterCare believes that recovery from life’s challenges is possible and with support, people can reach their highest potential. We serve adults and families who are homeless and adults diagnosed with serious and persistent mental health conditions. All participants are seen as a sum total of their experience and are honored for the challenges they have overcome. Each service we provide is individualized for the unique needs of the person or family. Program participants direct their care and are empowered to make decisions that are best for them. Program teams act as a resource on behalf of those served, using the most up to date practices to achieve their goals.
sheltercare.org | (541) 686-1262
TransPonder: TransPonder provides resources, support, and education for transgender and gender diverse (and LGBTQIA+) communities and our allies. We use an intersectional lens to meet our community where they are at and to empower people in their healthcare decisions.
transponder.community | (541) 321-0872
Veterans Legacy: Veterans Legacy Oregon (VLO) serves military veterans with substance abuse, PTSD, and homelessness with transitional housing and coordinated care. VLO is located at Camp Alma, a rural setting approximately an hour from the Eugene/Springfield area. VLO currently has two peer support specialists. Each veteran has an individual plan for coordinated care, healing, and moving forward.
www.veteranslegacyoregon.org | (541) 914-0885
White Bird Clinic (WB): White Bird Clinic embraces a holistic, person-centered approach to care and substance use treatment. We support clients through clinical and peer-based support and offer guidance and resources for individuals looking to slow down and be more mindful about their substance use via harm reduction as well as clients interested in being abstinent from all or some substances.
whitebirdclinic.org | (541) 342-8255