Siuslaw Community Resources Guide Print-out
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211info empowers Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by helping people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need. Dial 211 or text 898211 for referrals.
Child abuse prevention and support for families
Family-oriented, non-profit organization involved in community service, Food Share, school programs, scholarship programs, and veterans.
To report elder abuse or neglect
An anonymous fellowship helping those whose lives have been affected by the compulsive drinking of a family member or friend.
Provides support to family members of persons with Alzheimer’s /Dementia and related debilitating illnesses
Supports efforts of the National Cancer Society, proides patient services
Sponsors boys and girls state programs, sponsors local or state baseball in Junior League, Community programs on Veterans’ holidays, supports Veterans in need of transportation to Veterans hospitals.
Crisis, Resources & Referral Help Line Crisis, information, referral line 24-hours daily.
For those interested in how to grow and maintain rhododendrons and azaleas
Short-stay housing for women who have left prison or rehab
Access to Student assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone
Ongoing devotions, study circles, services to the community
Recovery meeting center
Free Clothing – Dedicated to the better health of our friends and neighbors in the Florence area.
Meals provided Senior & Disability Services, Lane Council of Governments
Provides help and hope for our neighbors in need, addressing the community issue of Poverty in Lane County.
Recycling, residential and commercial containers. Garbage & rubbish collection.
Centro Latino Americano empodera a las familias latinas, brindando oportunidades y generando conexiones para fortalecer a nuestra comunidad.
Dedicated to building character, providing safe and constructive educational activities, and shaping responsible young adults by providing youth with professional caliber performing arts opportunities
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the responsibilities and obligations of being good citizens.
Strengthening Oregon communities through personal and business lending – includes rental deposit assistance loans and credit building loans.
Call 911 for an emergency – ask for CST-MCR. Offers support and guidance to community members in the Siuslaw region who are faced with unexpected traumatic situations and/or mental health crises
Provides programs, services and referrals to Tribal members and Native Americans of this community
Provides community building and fire hall which are available for community meetings, classes and social functions.
Nonprofit, all-volunteer cemetery, established in 1883 with about 300 known burials
Sponsors Easter Seals camperships, scholarships, community sponsored programs, Thanksgiving baskets, & Christmas gifts for children.
Helps with food benefits (SNAP), cash for families (TANF), child care assistance, refugee services and domestic violence.
Provides help for veterans and their families. Works for hospitals for disabled veterans. Transportation Program.
DDA is a peer support program based on a version of the 12 Steps of AA with an additional 5 Steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance abuse)
Promotes recreational bridge.
Early interention/childhood special education that provides service to developmentally delayed/disabled children. EC Cares is a U of O program.
Benevolent And Protective Order Of Elks Of The United States Of America
Supports many Florence area community activities and charitable organizations.
Provides counseling for chemical dependency/gambling issues for adolescents/teens as well as family dynamics.
Eugene regional LGBTQ+ directory
A 501(c)3 nonprofit supporting The Florence Events Center. We host fundraising events; concerts, festivals, gallery shows and more, and we provide volunteer support and performance grants.
Transitional housing program dedicated to helping solve the housing crisis in Florence
The mission of the Florence Area Chamber of Commerce is to develop members and promote Florence.
FACC is a nonprofit working to foster partnerships, networking, volunteerism, community involvement, education and awareness in western Lane County.
Promotes the enjoyment and betterment of the arts in the Florence community.
The overall purpose of PTA is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering
An overnight community shelter for those nights when the temperature drops below 40 degrees.
Meeting space, theater venue, art galleries
Provides emergency food, free of charge, to low-income, disabled, senior, unemployed and underemployed individuals and households in Florence and Dunes City/Westlake areas of coastal Oregon.
Everyone welcome, Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 am till 12 noon.
Dedicated to the beautification of the City of Florence
Works in partnership with low-income families to build affordable housing.
Seeks to unify and support all of the arts, enrich cultural life, and stimulate the economic vitality in the Florence area through the arts.
STEP (Salmon Trout Enhancement Program) is a volunteer program within the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) that works to restore and enhance Oregon’s native salmon and trout populations.
Serves as a focal point for people of all ages promoting dignity, nutrition, health & wellness, security & independence, recreation & social services, through the provision of education and info
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief – to serve their community.
Coos Bay to Florence bus service
24-hour support and advocacy for anyone experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault. Confidential support line also available to anyone in crisis or just needing someone to talk to.
We provide weekend meals for hungry children in Florence and Mapleton
responsible for burning permits, logging notifications, forest law administration
Our goal is to love the Lord Jesus and to love each other! We sing, we pray, we study God’s word, we are family!
Transports cancer patients round trip to the Willamette Valley Cancer Institute and the Oregon Urology Institute.
Friends of Honeyman State Park is an educational non-profit group with the mission of assisting the Staff and Management at Honeyman State Park.
Partner with the Library through fundraising and advocacy.
Dedicated to the restoration, preservation, maintenance, and interpretation of the historic cemetery in Glenada, Lane County, Oregon.
Provides vocational opportunities to individuals with barriers to employment
Helps people work through questions, concerns, or complaints related to OR Dept. of Human Services programs or services.
Rural/Urban Family Oriented Organization, 5.5 miles up North Fork Siuslaw Rd.
FREE comprehensive preschool experience for children ages 3 to 5.
Free, voluntary and confidential parent support program.
Includes all of Lane County with Florence & Mapleton sections
Provides services, lunches and a daytime center for those in need and others with emergency needs.
Developing, maintaining and helping to connect people with affordable housing in Lane County
Shares the story of Heceta Head Lightstation and supports the preservation and enhancement of the structures and grounds so they are accessible to all.
All-volunteer community radio with wide variety of programs, including the arts, music, news, and social issues.
Dedicated to making education affordable and accessible to all community members
Enhancing individual and family wellness through integrated care and community connections. Para información en español, por favor llama al (541) 682-3608.
Advises Lane County on policies and practices surrounding equity, inclusion, and access in both internal and external matters.
Provides legal aid to low income and senior residents of Lane County
Coordinated, collaborative group committed to advancing authentic community engagement, promoting health equity, and reducing barriers which prevent equal access and opportunity.
A non-profit alliance which serves people of all ages with adaptive needs.
Provides live theater to entertain and enrich our community, and to encourage youth and adult participation by providing growth and educational opportunities through theatrical experiences
Bus routes that connect Florence & Eugene; Florence & Yachats. Provided by Lane Council of Governments in partnership with the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians.
All-volunteer pet rescue organization that focuses on local animals in need and also from high kill shelters in other areas.
Dedicated to helping alleviate hunger in Western Lane County, Oregon. Food pantry open 2nd Thursday and 4th Saturday of the month.
Provides a supportive and safe learning environment where students are encouraged and empowered to reach their educational and personal potential.
Meals for people over the age of 60 and their spouses who cannot get out much due to illness or advanced age and who are not eating properly, regardless of their income.
Provides respite for caregivers as well as socialization time for seniors who are getting a bit too forgetful to be left on their own.
Provides infant bereavement garments for babies born too soon and donating these items to hospitals
support, education and advocacy for people with mental illness and their families
Resources for evidence-based information on stroke, post-stroke recovery, caregiver tools and resources, and education for health care professionals
Offering counseling services to children, families & adults.
Established to foster emergency preparedness in the local communities and to promote and advocate amateur radio through education, mentoring, and fellowship
Companion animal rescue and adoption services for unclaimed animals, plus low-cost spay and neuter certificates and (limited) emergency assistance for qualified low-income situations.
Honors all eras of military heritage and all disciplines of military service.
Lineage society for historic preservation, education & patriotism
Provides basic police & law enforcement protection to the City of Florence and West Lane County
Free and confidential peer-to-peer crisis and support service provided by Lines for Life. We listen. We support. We keep it to ourselves.
The Pacific Coast Wind Ensemble concert band, made up of wind and percussion players from Lincoln and coastal Lane counties, performs throughout the season at various venues.
Improves the health and lives of community members by providing charitable support to Peace Harbor Hospital.
Offers support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals, their families, friends, and allies to cope with an adverse society
Free birth control services/supplies to those who qualify, plus contraceptive management, testing for HIV & pregnancy, low or no cost vasectomy services; low or no cost infection checks, HPV vaccines.
Publicly chartered special district of the State of Oregon. Delivers high-quality asset management and economic development services.
Third Saturday in July, a day dedicated to volunteering, giving back, and making a difference.
Free and confidential services to those seeking to grow in their parenting skills as well as education, supplies and community connections to those facing pregnancy decisions.
Dedicated to Excellence in Supporting Sobriety, and Healthy Living in Treatment and Recovery
Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center
For those interested in how to grow and maintain rhododendrons and azaleas.
The Rhody Express operates a 60-minute circuit in Florence by first traveling the South Loop and then the North Loop.
Serving the Florence & surrounding area. Wheelchair van and regular taxis.
Working to create a sustainable health-related quality of life for the Siuslaw community through a recreation and community center
Event showcasing up to 125 of the best high-end hot rods and custom cruisers from 1976 and earlier.
People of Action
Provides emergency temporary housing for K-12 students currently enrolled in the Siuslaw School District, and for their families as needed, then assisting them to move into transitional housing
Advocates for seniors and persons with disabilities and provides quality services and information that promote dignity, independence, and choice.
Volunteer medical rides for those over 60. Provide a variety of services to seniors & family caregivers, helping seniors to continue to live independently in their own homes.
Uses trained counselors to educate and advocate for Oregonians with Medicare.
Shoreline Christian School is a service of the Florence Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Full-service senior residency, which provides residents with three meals daily, housekeeping, laundry, linens and van transportation.
Low-cost lunch on select week days
Baseball and Softball sports program for boys and girls
The mission of Siuslaw Education Foundation is to raise funds to enhance academic achievement and expand learning opportunities for every student in Siuslaw and Mapleton School Districts.
A women’s group that welcomes new people to the community. Supports various local charities.
Member supported organization that does family research by searching records and photographs
Siuslaw Outreach Services provides a wide variety of free services for individuals, specifically including Domestic Violence, Emergency Aid Assistance, and a Safe House Shelter.
Presents and preserves the local history of Florence and the Siuslaw Region
Public library services, meeting rooms, computer access, art gallery
Public library services, meeting rooms, computer access, art gallery
Effort to establish an upriver multi-use recreation facility by restoring and reopening the Mapleton pool.
Encourage and promote responsible stewardship of natural resources through the coordination and delivery of local, state and federal conservation programs.
A support group for family members and close friends who have lost a loved one to suicide. The group is facilitated by a licensed clinician experienced in grief work.
Call 911 for an emergency
Photography club open to anyone interested in sharing and learning about photography
Siuslaw Vision supports local residents in implementing a community-developed Vision by connecting, convening, and catalyzing.
Working together to steward the lands and waters of the Siuslaw and Coastal Lakes to benefit our communities, economy, environment and future generations.
Program dedicated to providing the youth of our community with the opportunity to learn the game of soccer.
International, state and local professional/business women’s service club that supports fund raising efforts for community needs.
Full-service senior residency which provides residents with three meals a day, housekeeping, laundry & van transportation. Staffed 24-hours a day. RNs on Staff.
ABOUT THE RESOURCES GUIDE
This printed list contains basic information. For up-to-date entries and links to details, please visit: www.siuslawvision.org/resourcesguide.
The Siuslaw Community Resources Guide is a project of Florence Area Community Coalition, Florence Rotary, and Siuslaw Vision, with financial support from Florence Rotary and PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center. Content for the Guide has been taken from public sources and organization representatives are invited to verify and update their listings or to create a new listing.
While we’ve done our best to provide accurate information, all info is subject to change, so please verify services with the organization. This Guide is for informational purposes only. Siuslaw Vision makes no representation of the services provided by the organizations included in this Guide, and assumes no liability from use of any information presented. By using this information, you assume all potential risks and agree to hold Siuslaw Vision and its affiliates harmless from any resulting liability, etc.