List of Services

Brattain HouseHomeless Student Programs, including school enrollment, transportation and free lunch. Call (541) 744-2581 or (541) 744-6769. Brochure.

Burrito Brigade: Free burritos every Sunday at 12pm, 336 Clark St.

Catholic Community Services of Lane County: Drop in Monday-Friday 9AM-4:30PM.  Services include: food, clothing, phone use, housing information, assistance obtaining identification, personal hygiene items, and prescription assistance. Call (541) 345-3628 in Eugene, (541) 345-3628 in Springfield.

Community Supported Shelters: Hosts the Rest Stop Pilot Program, currently with two 15-person locations at 1) Garfield and Roosevelt, and 2) NW Expressway and Chambers. Call (541) 683-0836.

Egan Warming Center: Provides cold-weather shelter November 15th-March 31st at a variety of sites. Call (541) 689-6747.

Eugene Mission: Open 24/7, accepting new check-ins between 9am-9pm.  Services include: food; shelter for men, women and children; hygiene services; clothing; social and religious services.  Call (541) 344-3251.

Eugene SLEEPS: Advocacy and legal resources. Call (541) 653-7589.

Food for Lane County: Services include: summer food for childrenemergency food pantries, free dinner Monday-Thursday 1-4pm at The Dining Roommobile pantry, and free produce at a variety of times and locations. Call (541) 343-2822.

Food Not Bombs: Free meals at 2pm on Fridays at 8th and East Park St.  Call (530) 521-4991.

Homelessness and Addiction Recovery Center

Lane Independent Living Alliance (LILA): Offers a variety of services for people living with disabilities, including information and referral, skills training, peer counseling, and advocacy.  Call (541) 607-7020.

Looking Glass: Provides a variety of youth and family services, including the following four for runaway and homeless youth. Call (541) 689-3111 to receive services, (541) 484-4428 for the counseling program, (541) 686-2688 for the administrative office.

  • New Roads Program: Transitional and independent living services for homeless youth ages 16-21. Education offered through New Roads School for homeless youth. Call (541)  686-4310. New Roads School (541) 302-2551. See what a typical day at New Roads looks like here.
  • Rural Program:  Emergency shelter and support services for youth in crisis assisting with food, clothing, counseling and referrals.  The program operates out of Cottage Grove and serves the outlying area.  Call (541) 767-3823.
  • Project Safe Place: Project Safe Place is a national prevention and outreach program to assist youth who are at risk or in crisis. It offers the protection of a network of businesses, organizations and Lane Transit District (Safe Place sites) where young people can go if they need help quickly. Youth, ages 11-17 can access any of the 45 Safe Place sites in Springfield and Eugene.  Participating businesses are identified by highly visible yellow and black diamond-shaped signs
  • Station 7 Program: Emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages, 11-17, family reconciliation, and 24-hour crisis hotline. Call (541) 689-3111.

Nightingale Public Advocacy CollectiveIndividual Advocacy available for citations related to profiling and/or criminalization. Call (541) 954-3779.

Occupy Medical: Free medical clinic every Sunday 12-4pm at 8th and Oak. Call (541) 316-5743.

Oregon Veterans Emergency Assistance: Provides a variety of services for veterans, including the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-424-3838, the Transitional Residence program, and permanent housing and case management through HUD-Vash.  The Eugene office is open 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.  Call (541) 682-4191.

Opportunity Village: Works to transition the unhoused to permanent living by providing safe, stable and sustainable housing at a low cost. Call (541) 683-0836.

Overnight Parking Program: Provides legal camping, free garbage disposal, and portable restrooms to homeless families and individuals living in their vehicles. Call Keith Heath at (541) 461-8688 if you are in need of services.  Call William Wise at (541) 514-1435 about hosting.

Sheltercare: Emergency shelter, transitional services and homelessness prevention; services for the mentally ill at Shankle Safe Haven and The Inside Program.  Call (541) 686-1262.

White Bird Clinic: Emergency medical and human services.  Call (541) 342-8255.

Womenspace: Walk-in services for survivors of domestic violence at Crisis & Support Center (1577 Pearl St.) from 10am-3pm, Monday-Friday.  Call (541) 485-8232.

  • SafeHouse: Confidential emergency housing for single women and mothers escaping intimate partner violence.  Accessed through the 24-hour Crisis line at (541) 485-6513 or (800) 281-2800.
  • Turning Point Program: 1-2 year case management for survivors who have left abusive partners, especially those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.