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Local Social Services in Our Area

The 541 Area in Oregon is home to countless, amazing, Social Service organizations. This network of agencies provides services that are key to the health of the community and our citizens. 

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Food Insecurity is On The Rise in Oregon.  Food insecurity results in long-term chronic health issues, as well as learning issues in children. LEARN MORE HERE
Food For Lane County
FOOD For Lane County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit food bank founded in 1984 and dedicated to reducing hunger by engaging our community to create access to food. We accomplish this by soliciting, collecting, rescuing, growing, preparing and packaging food for distribution through a network of 150+ social service agencies and programs; through public awareness, education and community advocacy; and through programs designed to improve the ability of low-income individuals to maintain an adequate supply of wholesome, nutritious food. These programs include emergency food boxes, shelters, meal sites, rehabilitation facilities, nutrition education, gleaning and community gardens. We serve a diverse population of people living on limited incomes including children, families, seniors and single adults.

Short List of Local Social Service Agencies- Click Highlighted Links for More Information

Catholic Community Services - Eugene Community Service Center
Phone: 541-345-3628Assistance to meet basic needs includes food assistance, rent, utilities, prescriptions, hygiene, clothing, LTD day passes, and help with obtaining birth certificates and state issued ID. In addition, we offer information and resources.

Catholic Community Services - Springfield Community Service Center
Phone: 541-345-3628Services we provide: Food boxes, diapers, hygiene products, LTD passes, prescription assistance, utility assistance, rental assistance and information and resources.

Community Sharing Program- Cottage Grove
Phone: 541-942-2176Provides basic-need emergency assistance to low-income residents of south Lane County. Provides food boxes, rental assistance, emergency shelter, utility assistance and limited medical, dental and prescription assistance. Provides information and referral services for local resources.

Eugene Mission
Phone: 541-344-3251

Provides 2 week low barrier entry emergency shelter, meals and basic necessities for men, women and children. Guests are eligible to apply for renewable 6 month residential programming which aids guests in overcoming barriers, assists with vocational and life skills training and activities, and directs them to housing, medical, and mental health service providers. Male guests may also apply for the Mission’s 12-18 month residential relapse prevention program.  Free meals, beds, clothing, showers, toiletries, laundry, essentials, and move-out furnishings are provided to all guests.  As a sober wellness shelter, guests agree to cease use of illegal drugs, alcohol and marijuana upon entry and to participate in random drug and alcohol screenings after the initial 2 week period.  Each guest participates in life skills, classes and in the community living environment.  Guests may choose to attend non-denominational Christian chapel services.

Our approach to homelessness addresses its root causes – disconnection – by sharing Hope and offering Revitalization Programs tailored to the specific needs of each guest. Our model is called “Rescue + Revitalize + Restore” (R3). R3 replaces transactional “hand-out” services with relationship-based transformational services, classes and life skills training and provides a path to healthy reconnection. To address the disconnection experienced by our guests, we seek to support the RE-connection of each one to their own health, vocation, faith, and community.

Looking Glass - Station #7 - Serving Runaway and Homeless Youth
Phone: 541-689-3111Available 24 hours a day by telephone to respond to the emergency needs of youth and families. Station 7 is made up of two types of programs: crisis intervention services and temporary shelter. Services provided by the Crisis program include immediate crisis intervention and counseling, youth and family assessments, and referral assistance. Shelter services offer short-term overnight residency, group counseling, and individual case management. Runaways, homeless youth and families with youth in crisis use the shelter for a temporary time out while a long-term plan is developed.

ShelterCare - Family Housing Program
Phone: 541-689-7156ShelterCare Family Housing Program provides emergency shelter; advocacy; assistance to residents in finding income and housing; supportive services; and information and referral. Emergency housing is for families with children who are homeless. Transitional services available. Assist families to develop and address goals with focus on maintaining stable housing. Call for waiting list at 541-689-7156.

Siuslaw Outreach Services - Siuslaw Area Women's Center
Phone: 541-997-2816 Provides comprehensive assistance to women, men and their children. Shelter assistance includes emergency shelter, domestic violence shelter, and rental assistance. Domestic Violence assistance includes advocacy, short- and longer-term shelter, resource and referral, support groups, peer counseling, professional counseling. Rape and Sexual Assault help includes 24-hour crisis line, peer counseling, advocacy, support and referral. Emergency Services are limited but include gasoline, propane, prescription assistance, showers/laundry, bus tickets and taxi vouchers. Other services include weekly women's support group, used clothing and household goods, Elder help, low income energy assistance (LIHEAP), and housing assistance with case management.

St. Vincent de Paul - Eugene Service Station
Phone: 541-461-8688Day-access center for homeless and low-income adults without children. The station has laundry facilities, showers, kitchen, phones, fax, clothes, job referral, housing referrals, snacks/lunches, information and service referrals, and voicemail. Must be over 18, no ID required.

St. Vincent de Paul - First Place Family Development Center
Phone: 541-342-7728DAY SHELTER: provides a place to shower, make phone calls, pick up mail and messages, do laundry, eat, etc. Open from 8am-5pm year round. Families may come and go as they wish during the day. NIGHT SHELTER: provides a place to sleep and a hot dinner and breakfast the next morning in local churches, October-June, 7 days a week. Families are bused from the day shelter to the appropriate shelter for the night.

White Bird - Crisis Service Center
Phone: 541-687-4000Provides 24-hour emergency response for anyone in crisis, including a phone hot line, walk-in crisis counseling, and mobile intervention when necessary. The Center is an entry point for the Lane County Mental Health system, providing mental health screening, evaluation, and information and referral to community mental health and counseling resources. It is also the screening center for special transportation services for the mentally disabled. Crisis services are open to individuals, couples, families and groups. CAHOOTS, a street intervention van, is available within the city of Eugene, seven days a week, 1pm-1am.

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