First Place Family Center helped Kimberlee and her daughter Alexis get back on their feet again.
First Place Family Center helped Kimberlee and her daughter Alexis get back on their feet again.
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Homeless Services

Egan Warming Center
The Egan Warming Center's mission is to ensure that homeless people in Lane County have a place to sleep indoors when temperatures drop to 28 degrees (F) or below between November 15 and March 31. From November 2011 to February 2012, more than 1,700 shelter beds were provided. Learn more about the Center>

Eugene Service Station
The Eugene Service Station (ESS) provides homeless adults with a warm and welcoming place where they can meet their basic needs (food, day shelter, clothing, laundry, showers, supplies) and get assistance stabilizing their personal crises. The ESS has telephones, message services, computer access, job and housing referrals. In 2013, the ESS helped more than 6,432 adults and gave more than $58,600 in clothing vouchers, 117,000 meals and over 18,000 showers utilizing solar hot water. Learn more about the Station>

First Place Family Center
First Place gives crucial assistance and support to families with children who are in transition due to homelessness, job loss, health issues, or other critical problems. In 2013, First Place helped 540 families, and more than 1,100 children. Learn more about First Place>

Overnight Parking Program
The Overnight Parking Program (OPP) provides legal camping, free garbage disposal, and portable restrooms to homeless families and individuals living in their vehicles or campers. Parking for families is administered by First Place Family Center and in 2013 accommodated 49 families/149 individuals. Parking for adults is administered at the Eugene Service Station and in 2013 helped 76 people.

 

Thirty-three families with 50 children and 119 single adults were helped in 2011. Learn more about Overnight Parking>

Interfaith Night Shelter

Night Shelter is a consortium of more than 30 faith communities offering night shelter, food, recreational activities, and comfort to 10 families per night, for a total of 65 families (with 116 children) helped throughout the school year (September to June). More than 1,400 volunteers, giving over 9,600 hours of service, make this outreach possible. Learn more about Interfaith Night Shelter>