HOOTS team is
“Helping Out Our Teens in Schools”!
HOOTS 'Helping Out Our Teens In Schools' is accessible to students during the school year via weekly wellness clinics
hosted by professionally trained crisis counselors, EMTs and/or RNs. Currently,
we work with students in the 4J school district, Springfield school district, and
Willamette High School, Twin Rivers Charter School, Oakridge High School, and
Wellsprings Friends School. Any student is welcome to attend our weekly clinics.
Services provided by HOOTS are always free, voluntary and confidential.
Our guiding values include harm reduction, anti-oppression, and
youth-empowerment. HOOTS believes we are all the experts in our own lives, and
this includes the youth we work with. Our goal is always to be there to
advocate for and assist them on their journeys to the best of our
At the clinics, youth can
meet with a professionally trained crisis counselor, an EMT or RN to discuss
their needs and options. Our team is there to provide extra support to students
on a range of topics such as: LGBTQ issues, sexual health, mental health,
physical health, poverty, school life, home life, interpersonal relationships,
family relationships, substance use or abuse and more. The clinic can also
connect students to ongoing resources such as assistance finding long term
counseling and getting them signed up for OHP, at school. site.
If you or a student you
care for is interested in meeting with a HOOTS team member or attending a
clinic, contact us through the counseling office at your school.
If you have any additional
questions, feel free to contact HOOTS at [email protected].
Or if you have questions about any
other White Bird Clinic programs you can email [email protected] or call 458-239-1162.
Donations for HOOTS can also be mailed to 341
E 12th Ave Eugene, Or 97401. Please indicate that your donation is