Little Help Book

White Bird Clinic’s 2020 Comprehensive Listing of Community Resources

We deeply respect that the legal system is only part of a broader social fabric that supports healthy communities. Many times people call our office not because they have a legal problem, but because they do not know where to turn when seeking health resources, financial assistance, shelter, food pantries and meal sites, or other help to meet their basic needs.

White Bird Clinic has published a human services resource guide called the “Help Book” since the 1980’s. It contains a comprehensive listing of local resources to assist people in navigating the system.

This year, the publication has been updated and printed as booklets. White Bird is able to distribute them free of charge thanks to contributions from Lane County Health and Human Services, the City of Eugene, Sponsors, Community Supported Shelter, HIV Alliance, and the Eugene Mennonite Church. While White Bird is working to update this information online in an accessible format, the document is available online here as a PDF.

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