Events in and around our area.
If you, or someone you know, feels alone, overwhelmed, desperate, or like you have no one to turn to, White Bird Clinic in Eugene offers services that range from mobile crisis intervention, addiction counseling, and therapy, to medical and dental services. White Bird will also offers mental health support by phone to students, families, and […]
The mission of the nonprofit “Beyond Toxics” includes climate and environmental justice, wetlands preservation, pollinator health, pesticide reform, food security, and more. Their green home cleaning campaign seeks to help you maintain a chemical-free household.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Lane County has many online support and education programs for anyone interested in mental health. Virtual groups include young adult connections, peer support for those living with mental health diagnoses, and support for the loved ones of those living with mental health concerns. There is an online course for […]
Burrito Brigade helps to address food insecurity for unhoused, undocumented, unemployed, and impoverished Eugene residents. Volunteers help to stock pantries, and prepare and distribute burritos every Saturday and Sunday at various locations. Sign up to volunteer here.
The community wellness program at HIV Alliance offers individual and family counseling to individuals living with HIV and to the greater LGBTQ communities. Services focus on solutions and resilience, and are person-centered and culturally relevant. At this time the program is accepting people paying through OHP or self-pay. Call 541-556-1409 for more information, or click […]
The Eugene Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement (HRNI) office has created a tool to help us all address hate and bias, recognize the impact on our community, and respond to incidents. Find it here. The City of Eugene is working to make our community one where every person feels welcomed, valued, and respected. To do […]
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum is seeking volunteers interested in education about the natural world, in maintaining gardens and trails, and in engaging youth in the outdoors. Volunteer orientation is March 20th from 5 to 7 pm at the Arboretum’s White Oak Pavilion. Advance registration is required. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org You can find more information about […]
Oregon Public Libraries offer free audiobooks, movies, music, and magazines online, in addition to books and DVD’s. The Library of free things include tools, cameras, sewing machines, baking pans, WIFI hotspots, board games and outdoor games. Libraries have a wide variety of free opportunities for kids, teens, and adults, including book clubs, music and film […]
Each year the Lane Community College Board of Education appoints over 800 community members to our advisory committees. These advisory committees are critical to the success of our professional technical programs and our students. Addressing the employment and education needs of apprenticeship, business, industry, labor, and professions is the goal of our professional technical programs, […]
HOOTS (Helping Out Our Teens in Schools) offers mental health support Helping Out Our Teens in Schools (HOOTS) provides on-site integrated health care clinics and tragedy response support to a number of high schools in the Eugene/Springfield area. Each week, teams consisting of a medic (either a nurse or an EMT) and a crisis worker […]
There is an ongoing severe blood shortage, and healthy individuals are needed to donate now to help people counting on lifesaving blood. Donating blood is a safe process and people should not hesitate to give - or receive - blood. There are several places accepting blood donations. For more information or to make an appointment […]
"TransPonder" is a grassroots transgender-led nonprofit based in Eugene providing support, resources, and education for the transgender community and allies. Monthly events include book clubs, film screenings, yoga classes, social hours, and support groups. To donate, volunteer, or learn more about opportunities, click here.
"The Family Garden" increases the health and economic security of Latinx families in Lane County through organic agriculture and small food business creation. Volunteers help with gardening, workshops, community outreach, and fundraising. More information about volunteering or participating can be found at KRVM.org at the “what’s happening” tab. https://huertodelafamilia.org/volunteer/ If you are interested in volunteering […]
Early Childhood CARES, Lane County's earth childhood special education provider, is recruiting 3 to 5-year-olds who are developing typically to act as peer models in classrooms with diverse learners in our inclusive preschools. The program provides positive learning experiences appropriate to the individual developmental needs of each child. Early Childhood CARES provides free developmental screenings and […]
“Take Meds Seriously Oregon” reminds you to check your medicine cabinet for expired or unused medications. To keep your family safe, it's important to store medications safely and review expiration dates. Take Meds Seriously! Use them safely, store them safely, and dispose of them safely. To learn more and find locations where you can dispose […]
The state of Oregon has a website listing locations for Covid vaccines and boosters. You can also check here for additional sites. For information about what to do if you or someone you know tests positive for Covid, click here.
The Bias Response Hotline is here to help you understand your options, make choices about next steps, and receive support in the aftermath of experiencing or witnessing bias. If you call the Bias Response Hotline, you are connecting with trauma-informed hotline advocates who are trained in crisis intervention and can provide bias response advocacy, including assistance in […]
Early Childhood Lane is an organization supporting anyone in a parenting role in Lane County, regardless of who you are or who your family is. The organization supports parents and caregivers of all racial and ethnic identities, sexual orientations, gender identities, countries of origin, belief systems, ages, and abilities. We place extra emphasis on serving the […]
The Educators, School Administrators, Parents, and BIPOC Youth of Lane County are coordinating an initiative to promote culturally inclusive literacy and increased access to books by African-American and Black authors. Any students from ages one to eleven, or parents or teachers, are welcome to register for Story Time Tribe, and receive full access to a […]
The Lane Council of Governments Senior and Disability Services Meals Program needs volunteers to portion, pack, and deliver meals to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in Lane County. • Volunteers are especially needed for sites in downtown Eugene, Springfield, and Creswell. • Volunteers can help whenever they are available. • Call 541-682-1366 for more […]
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