Community/Social Services Resources
The Siuslaw region is a caring community, with more than 100 nonprofits, and kind neighbors who volunteer their time and resources to lend a hand to those in need.
Use these lists to help locate sources for basic needs, social services, and support. If you’re in need of help and not sure where to start, Siuslaw Outreach Services is a good first step. They provide a wide variety of free services for individuals, including domestic violence, emergency aid assistance, and a safe house shelter.
- Siuslaw Community Resources Guide includes nonprofits, social, and community service organizations that serve the Siuslaw region of West Lane County, with an emphasis on those located in or led by the Siuslaw community.
- Western Lane Fire and EMS Community Resource Guide assists community members in obtaining needed resources after a crisis or critical event. Please feel free to contact a member of their Community Support/Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) Team with any questions you may have or if you need further support.
- Florence Area Community Coalition’s service directory provides information about agencies and organizations in categories such as financial services, social services, mental and behavioral health, family and children’s services, drug and alcohol recovery, faith-based organizations, crisis and emergency services, education and schools, veterans’ services, and more.
- White Bird Clinic in Eugene publishes a Lane County Little Help Book available as a PDF edition or online version. Some of the resources are available only in the Eugene/Springfield area, but there are some Siuslaw region services also included. You can search for Florence and Mapleton or find them in the index.