Kids living in our housing were thrilled to receive bikes from volunteers at Life Technologies.
Kids living in our housing were thrilled to receive bikes from volunteers at Life Technologies.
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St. Vincent de Paul has completed 1,300 units of housing since 1988!
See our completed projects>

Projects in development:
The Myrtlewood in Springfield>

Resources for Tenants: see Property Management>

Housing Waitlist: CLOSED
as of Aug. 1, 2017

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County affirms and actively promotes the right of all individuals to equal opportunity in housing and employment without regard to any protected basis, including race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.

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Affordable Housing

In order for children to succeed at school, adults to succeed at work, and seniors and veterans to live with dignity, they all need a place to call home. St. Vincent de Paul provides beautiful, quality, affordable rental housing in Lane and Marion counties. About 1,300 units of housing have been completed since 1988> / See our projects under development>

We also provide a number of service-enriched programs to make sure people can maintain their housing. People shouldn't have to choose between paying their rent and paying for other necessities such as groceries. At St. Vincent de Paul, we build more than housing. We build homes, one family at a time. 

Connections Transitional Housing
Connections helps homeless families transition from repeated episodes of homelessness to stability. Learn more about Connections>

Home of Your Own Program
The Home of your Own Program (HOYOP) is a self-help home ownership opportunity in Lowell.  HOYOP pairs the energy and enthusiasm of the homebuyer with the expertise of a professional builder. Learn more about HOYOP>

Individual Development Accounts
The Valley Individual Development Account (VIDA) program helps households with limited incomes achieve major life and financial goals through matched savings, training, and support. Learn more about VIDA>

LIFT
Provides permanent housing for people recovering for inpatient treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Learn more about LIFT>

Resident Services
Resident Services provides on-site support for tenants in our affordable housing. Programs include educational classes for adults and recreational programing for kids. Learn more about resident services>

Rural Housing Rehabilitation Program
This program provides low-interest loans to help people living in small cities and unincorporated areas of Lane County make critical home repairs. The program serves homeowners with household incomes at or below 80% of the federal median income. Learn more about RHRP>

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)

SSVF aims to help veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness with the resources they need to become or remain permanently housed. Learn more about SSVF>

Vet LIFT
Provides assistance to homeless veterans who are dually diagnosed with substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Learn more about VetLIFT>

Youth Housing Project
A former church is being converted to housing for homeless, unemancipated high school students ages 16-18. Learn more about the Youth Housing Project>