St. Vincent de Paul Resident Services acts as a liaison between Property Management, tenants, and the community. Resident Services Coordinators seek to aid all parties in preventing evictions, promoting lease compliance, and defusing tenant struggles within the home and among neighbors.
Resident Services for SVdP’s Affordable Housing
Our Resident Services Program provides built-in support for tenants in St. Vincent de Paul’s affordable housing. We focus on the opportunity that stability provides and assist families in gaining skills, setting goals and building community. Helping tenants maintain housing and social stability so their households can flourish is the core of the Resident Services Program.
What do Resident Services Include?
Many events and workshops are offered to tenants to learn new skills, foster a sense of community, and combat isolation. From daily one-on-one problem solving to monthly community events, there is something for every resident. Other services include:
- Financial literacy education
- Community gardening
- Tenant libraries
- Food assistance
- Kids clubs
- Community events, including potlucks, bingo, arts & crafts
- Clothes closets
- Inspection assistance
- One-on-one household and individual support
- Crisis response
- Housekeeping education
Who Can Benefit from Resident Services?
All tenants of St. Vincent de Paul’s affordable housing have access to the Resident Services Program.
Contact Us For More Information
Resident Services Program Manager
How to Support Resident Services
Donations from the community sure do help! We suggest items associated with personal hygiene, household cleaning, home, and office. Canned food is welcome. Monetary donations help, too!
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.