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South Lane Mental Health is currently open for “tele-medicine” appointments, and have a crisis call in number. Both services can be accessed through our main number: 541-942-3939. Located at 1345 Birch Ave. in Cottage Grove

We know many families will need access to meals when schools close Monday. Communities will be able to offer meals to children age 1-18 during emergency school closures, in low-income areas. The Oregon Department of Education has requested a USDA waiver to give extra flexibility in where and how these meals are served. They will let schools know their options, schools are working hard on planning, and we will share more with you as it’s available. Contact your school or call 211 to stay up to date.
SNAP and WIC continue to be important resources, especially for stocking up on food.  If you’re impacted by Coronavirus, and considered an ABAWD, you may be able to waive the “time limit” on SNAP–contact your local DHS office, to talk to a worker about this. Federal lawmakers are working as we speak on policies to make sure these programs respond to the pandemic–we’ll add updates to our website.
You can now use EBT to order food online through Amazon and Walmart for home delivery in Oregon. Please note that there are delivery fees (which SNAP benefits cannot pay for).
Here is a guide for College Supporting Students During COVID-19 that contains tips that can help administrations support students as they are working on managing the COVID-19 situation.
Oregon Food Bank will be keeping their Find Food page updated as pantries’ emergency hours and operations change. Keep checking the page for up-to-date information about the closest food pantry in your area.
Meals on Wheels People is adjusting the way they serve meals, to protect vulnerable people’s health. For up-to-date information on what is happening check their website or call their COVID-19 Hotline at 503.953.8158.
Call 211 to find services in your community and have your questions answered about Coronavirus.


From Kayla Watford (Live Healthy Lane)

Via  Advocacy and Outreach Workers of Lane County

Full list of school meals available during closure

EWEB Crisis Relief

 

Also, below are helpful links to share with folks who wish to learn more and/or stay up-to-date on COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus):

 

Lane County Public Health

–        Questions about Covid-19 (Coronavirus)? Lane County Public Health will be available Monday – Friday, between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, to assist you call 541-682-1380.

–        Information attached for supporting older adults and neighbors.

World Health Organization (WHO)

Oregon Health Authority (OHA)

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 

TLC Community Kitchen at Trinity Lutheran Church will be serving meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:15-6:15 p.m. The meals will be served to go. 

South Valley Food Alliance Food Share April 3 in the Health Hub Parking Lot 1133 E Main St. 

 

Florence Area Resources:

The library is maintaining a current list of general resources regarding COVID-19 resources, including local links, at www.siuslawlibrary.info/covid19. I am sure you are also well aware of Lane County Public Health’s call center, available for non-emergency calls related to COVID-19 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. The phone number is 541-682-1380. You can also contact Lane County Public Health’s Coronavirus Response Team via email at corona-info@lanecountyor.gov. The City of Florence is also maintaining a list of FAQs and resources: https://www.ci.florence.or.us/em/covid-19-informational-resources.

 

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