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RESOURCES IN OUR COMMUNITY

COVID 
Testing Sites (our hodge podge doc)
Lane County Testing Sites

Child Care

Oregon Child Care Programs by ZipCode 
Quality Cares Connections

Family Calendars

GoMomGo 
Lane Kids

Family / Youth Resources

Behavioral Health and Crisis Community Resilience Tool Kit
Community Resources - Relief Nursery

Disability, Education, Interpersonal Violence, Legal, Mental Health, Parenting, Specific Groups
Early Childhood Mental / Behavioral Resources
Lane Kids
Little Hands Can - d
edicated to inspiring and empowering children to better their communities by connecting them with local service opportunities
Oregon Family Support Network
Resources for Families (ParentingNow)
Adoption, Anger Management, Basic Needs, Child Abuse/Neglect, Child Care, Counseling, Domestic 
Violence, Family Education and Support, Financial Assistance, Grief/Loss, Helplines, Legal, Libraries, 
Medial - Dental, Postpartum/Prenatal Support, Pregnancy and Childbirth, Recreation, Sexual Abuse 
and Assault, Special Needs, Substance Abuse Recovery

Food Resources

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Food Pantries

Housing the Unhoused

Community Supported Shelters
SVDP I'm Homeless (or about to be homeless)

Mental Health

BeThe1To - We all can take action to prevent suicide
Crisis Lines by County
Suicide Prevention Lane County
Why We Build -
Stories of survivors of suicide attempts 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255. En español: 1-888-628-9454. Deaf & hard of hearing access: Chat: 1-800-799-4889. 
Veteran Crisis Line - Call 1-800-273-8255 and then press “1” or text 838255) and the Military Helpline (Call 1-888-457-4838 anytime; text MIL1 to 839863 Monday – Friday from 2-6pm PST). 
YouthLine 1-877-968-8491 OR text teen2teen to 839863

Military/Veterans
Veterans' Mental Health
Alcohol Abuse Among Veterans
Specialized Recovery Programs for Veterans


Suicide
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline crisis line: 1-800-273-8255
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – AFSP provides general guidance for people at risk of suicide, caregivers, and people who have lost loved ones to suicide
Zero Suicide – a suicide prevention resource for healthcare providers to develop organizational readiness to prevent suicide
Recommended Standard of Care for People with Suicide Risk – These guidelines describe evidence based practices and further resources for healthcare organizations and clinicians to screen, assess and treat people at risk of suicide.

Seniors

Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon
Ride Source
Senior & Disability Services
Senior and Disabled Services, a division of Lane Council of Governments 

Youth

15th Night 
Youth Facing Hardships

For more information, email youth@eugeneymca.org.