Here are a few of the community resources available in the Eugene-Springfield area or online. Check out their websites for more information or for leads to more resource
350 Eugene is an organization dedicated to helping raise awareness of and organize direct action around institutions and policies driving climate change.
People Power is a campaign of ACLU National and state-based ACLU affiliates. Our vision for People Power is to create a strong base of volunteers, activists, and allies who help support and expand the ongoing advocacy work of the ACLU.
Addiction Resource provides a community for those recovering from addiction and helps patients find the highest quality care for a successful recovery.
Amigos advocates on behalf of fair and equitable immigration policies that are responsive to the needs of people from Latin American nations, many of whom come to the United States to escape poverty, political violence, and other human rights violations.
The mission of the Eugene/Springfield Asian Council is to create opportunities which foster friendship and harmonious relations among all people by presenting events and activities that will stimulate a better understanding of Asian and Asian-American cultures.
Beyond Toxics protects and enhances human and environmental health. We use environmental justice engagement and community-based environmental grassroots organizing to ensure environmental protection and health for all communities.
Beyond War NW's purpose is to focus on developing a message to empower people to educate themselves about the options for resolving conflict that does not involve violence, to create social change through meaningful and rewarding relationship building, and to work for peace, peacefully.
Community Alliance of Lane County, or CALC, has been working since 1966 to create a more just and peaceful community. They seek to collaborate with organizations, institutions, government and individuals to bring about lasting change.
Centro Latino Americano empowers Latino families by providing opportunity and building bridges for a stronger community.
The Chinese-American Benevolent Association is a non-profit promoting cultural understanding and hosting programs and activities for the Chinese community in Eugene.
DisOrient is the premiere Asian American indie film festival of Oregon, featuring authentic Asian American/Pacific Islander voices, histories and stories.
Downtown Languages provides educational resources to immigrants and works to create a respected community and safe space.
The Commission focuses on its City Council-approved work plan, community matters, and working within City government.
Friendly Area Neighbors (FAN) is one of 23 neighborhood associations recognized by the city of Eugene, Oregon.
GLAD's mission is to increase participation and visibility of Latinos in conversations that affect them.
Healthfinder.gov has resources on a wide range of health topics selected from approximately 1,400 government and non-profit organizations.
HIV Alliance provides resources, testing, prevention services and education for and about HIV/AIDS. Their website provides educational materials about HIV/AIDS and info on upcoming community events.
Huerto de la Familia works to increase food security and economic empowerment by providing resources in agriculture and entrepreneurship to Lane County Latinos.
The Integration Network´s (IN) mission is to create a welcoming environment that fosters integration and well-being for all immigrants.
The JAA works to bring together the Japanese American community in Lane County.
Jewish Federation of Lane County connects people, organizations, and resources to strengthen Jewish life at home and around the world.
Lane Independent Living Alliance (LILA) is a non-residential, consumer-controlled organization serving people with physical, mental, cognitive, and sensory disabilities in Lane County, Oregon.
The Eugene Chamber Latino Business Network is a group for Latino businesses to support one another in their day-to-day business challenges and opportunities in order to ensure their business success.
The mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
Occupy Medical is a 100% volunteer, 501(c)3 organization of dedicated healthcare professionals and support personnel who believe healthcare is a basic human right.
The goal of the GEAR UP program is to ensure that Oregon's low-income middle school and high school students are prepared for, pursue, and succeed in postsecondary education.
The vision shared by the OIEA Board Members is to create collaborations with school districts, universities, and state officials to endorse an indigenous knowledge base that enhances, endorses and validates the higher learning of native students.
Pacific Islanders Eugene (PIE) community group
Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI) is a nonprofit organization supporting at-risk urban youth.
Jobs with Justice has been winning campaigns that build power for working people.
SAfER is a social justice group supporting human rights in Springfield.
Temple Beth Israel is a center for Jewish life embracing traditional wisdom with contemporary insight.
Trans*Ponder is a grassroots, completely transgender founded and led nonprofit based in Eugene, Oregon. It provides support, resources, and education for the trans/gender diverse community and its allies.
White Bird is a collective environment organized to enable people to gain control of their social, emotional and physical well-being through direct service, education and community.