What We Do
Since 1988, St. Vincent de Paul has been developing multi-family housing for working families, seniors and people with disabilities. We've developed more than 1,100 units so far.
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St. Vincent de Paul provides emergency utility and rent payments to low-income families, as well as emergency prescription medication, clothing vouchers, bus passes, food boxes, and more. More than 66,000 people are helped each year.
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St. Vincent de Paul has five programs that help homeless families and individuals in Lane County. These are the Egan Warming Center, Eugene Service Station, First Place Family Center, the Overnight Parking Program, and Supportive Services for Veteran Families.
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Through education and training, our Self-Sufficiency programs help low-income people become independent and gain employment. Programs include the Vocational Rehabilitation program, Second Chance Renter's Rehabilitation, and more.
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Recycling & Manufacturing
Did you know St. Vincent de Paul diverted nearly 20 million pounds of useable materials from landfills in 2013? St. Vincent de Paul is an internationally recognized leader in developing recycling-based businesses. These include the largest mattress recycling program in the United States and many other amazing programs.
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Retail Thrift Stores
St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County has 13 retail stores and a car lot in Oregon. The stores provide jobs, job training, and a means to recycle items that would normally end up in landfills. Proceeds from our stores support our many charitable programs.
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