Community Resilience Toolkits

Welcome to the Lane County Community Resilience Toolkits!

The toolkits provide a variety of resources designed to aid community healing. These tools will enhance resilience and promote recovery from stress. The Toolkits are interactive, addresses specific populations and topics, and include materials to meet the needs of people and organizations during this challenging time.
Some important considerations:
• Every person is an individual and will have their own reactions to world events.
• People in poverty are often most strongly affected by difficult events due to fewer available resources.
• Rural communities have different needs and responses than urban communities.
• Underrepresented populations may be more severely impacted by economic stress due to systemic disparities, racism and oppression.

Click here to access the Behavioral Health and Crisis Community Resource DirectoryPlease read the top of this spreadsheet for information and note that this list is updated as information is received about program changes. In this directory you will find Lane County community resources listed under the following titles: Adult & Crisis Services, Adult Behavioral Health Services, Child, Youth & Family Behavioral Health Services, Recovery Services, Community Recovery Services, Community Resources, and Rural/Out of Area Services. 

COVID-19 Information:
Lane County COVID-19 Information 
Oregon COVID-19 Information
Center for Disease Control COVID-19 Information
World Health Organization COVID-19 Information

If you have any questions about the toolkit contact [email protected] 

This toolkit launched September 1, 2020