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Contact Information:
Program Coordinator
2890 Chad Drive
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 743-7166
Nearby LTD bus lines: 66, 67

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Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Proudly serving veterans and their families with the goal of stable housing

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a new program at St. Vincent de Paul aimed at helping homeless veterans and those at risk of homelessness with the resources needed to become or remain permanently housed. Sponsored by a grant from the Veterans Administration (VA), SSVF provides financial assistance and case management with the objective of helping our country’s veterans achieve housing stability. Our mission is to help the VA reach their target of ending veteran homelessness by 2015 and provide support for veterans or family members who need it.

Services include:

  • Case Management
  • Eviction Prevention Assistance
  • Utility Assistance
  • Deposit Assistance
  • Connection to Veteran Services
  • Connection to Social Security Benefits
  • Referrals and assistance with finding services locally
  • A kind ear and a safe place to talk about your problems

If you or someone you know is a veteran with a discharge other than dishonorable who earns less than 50% Area Median Income and is in danger of losing housing or looking to gain housing, please call us at (541) 743-7166 or stop on by our office. We also provide outreach in Florence, Cottage Grove, and Oakridge. You can find more information about the SSVF grant online.

If you are a homeless veteran in crisis please call 1-800-273-8255 for immediate assistance from a trained VA operator.

"Those who have served this nation as Veterans should never find themselves on the streets, living without care and without hope." – VA Secretary Eric Shinseki

Disclaimer: This article was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of Veteran Affairs.