Lane COAD

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The mission of Lane County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) is to bring together a broad array of community organizations to foster an effective response to the people of Lane County in times of disaster.

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Recent Updates

Vaccine Clinics in Eugene, Cottage Grove and Springfield

posted 5 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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White Bird Medical will be holding 3 vaccine clinics in coordination with Catholic Community Services, one each Friday through October.

  • On Friday, October 16th White Bird will be in Eugene at the Catholic Community Services (CCS) center at 1464 W 6th Ave, Eugene from 8 am-12 pm. CCS holds their…
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Who is Lane COAD?

posted 6 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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The mission of Lane County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) is to bring together a broad array of community organizations to foster an effective response to the people of Lane County in times of disaster.

  • 211info
  • ALKO Group (Candlewood Suites Eugene/Springfield)
  • American Red Cross
  • Carry It Forward
  • Cascade Manor
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Wildland fire forum Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. on Zoom to feature Eugene/Springfield Fire Chief

posted 7 days ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
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The online forum Wildland Urban Interface Fire Prevention, Response, and Resilience will be held Oct. 29 at 7 p.m., featuring Eugene/Springfield Fire Chief Chris Heppel; Deputy Chief Amy Linder, and Tim Ingalsbee, wildland firefighter and executive director of Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics and Ecology.

The forum will explore what…

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Recovering from the Emotional Aftermath of the Wildfires - Oct. 14, 6 p.m., Walterville

posted 7 days ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
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Green Cross will give a presentation at McKenzie Valley Presbyterian Church in Walterville on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 6 p.m. addressing the emotional recovery of direct victims (lost homes and frightening evacuations) as well as indirect victims (survivor's guilt and changed communities).

We are the white church on the highway…

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CARES Center provides resources to Eugene/Springfield residents

posted 7 days ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
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The new Community Aligned Resources for Eugene/Springfield (CARES) Center opened its doors last week.

The new CARES Center provides food, home goods, toiletries and other supplies for people who experience a disability, families who have a child with a disability, as well as other people in need in Eugene and…

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Banner Bank offers interest-free loans to fire victims ($1,000 to $5,000, 36 months)

posted 7 days ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
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Banner Bank interest free fire loans - apply by Oct. 30

(from their leaflet) We understand the stress of having your personal property damaged or destroyed by fire. We know there are agencies out there to help you, but if funding is not yet available, we are here to help.…

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Wildfire disaster recovery for renters and owners - English and Spanish

posted 8 days ago by JohnQMurray from Lane COAD
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DevNW is officially launching their wildfire disaster recovery services. They are providing services in English and Spanish for renters and owners (of both stick-built and manufactured housing) and aiming to keep entry as low-barrier as possible. (Flyers with more information and steps on how to connect are available.)

A DevNW…

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Help Lane County Earn Matching Funds for Non-profit Efforts

posted 12 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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Dear COAD Members

In order to increase our overall funding for Lane County from FEMA, we ask that all member agencies track their volunteer hours for this event, including any grassroots community volunteers. This will prepare us to apply for FEMA matching funds when available for our most impacted communities.…

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NOTICE: Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Deadline October 16

posted 14 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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Help us get the word out - the EPA is looking to start with Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup later this month. All property owners must fill out and sign the Rights of Entry (ROE) forms. The deadline for ROE submission is Oct. 16th

County residents should go to the Holiday

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Community Resilience Toolkits

posted 16 days ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
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Lane County has developed a series of toolkits to provide a variety of resources designed to aid community healing in response to COVID-19 and the wildfires. These tools will enhance resilience and promote recovery from stress caused by the pandemic and its economic consequences. The Toolkits are interactive, addresses specific…

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    JohnQMurray
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    lanecoad
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    anne@whitebirdclinic.org
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    Christine@LOVEfirst
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