Help Create Housing For Our Homeless Youth

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Author: SVDP Staff
Date: Friday, June 15 2018

The goal: To get at-risk kids through high school. St. Vincent de Paul is in the process of aquiring and rehabilitating the former Cascade Presbyterian Church building at 3350 Willamette St. in Eugene. It will house 13 homeless teens, ages 16-18, on the condition they stay in school.

Youth House Touched By Many Hands

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Date: Wednesday, April 18 2018

More than a dozen community organizations and clubs have stepped forward to help St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County establish its youth house for homeless, unaccompanied teen girls. 

SVdP Housing Waitlist

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Date: Monday, February 5 2018

St. Vincent de Paul’s Housing Waitlist is closed. It MIGHT re-open in May 2018. If you’re looking for pleasant, well maintained and managed affordable housing, check back on May 1.

‘I Wish There Could Have Been A Place Like This For Me’

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Date: Monday, March 20 2017
Jamica recalls her challenges as a homeless teen.

At a March 9 fundraising launch at the former Cascade Presbyterian Church in south Eugene, speakers ranging from Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis and Lane County Board Chairman Pat Farr to  philanthropist/activist Tom Bowerman and St. Vincent de Paul Executive Director Terry McDonald exhorted a standing-room-only crowd to give generously to help convert the church into a complex that will provide up to two years of housing and social services to homeless high school students in the Eugene-Springfield area.

Electronics Recycling

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Date: Wednesday, July 6 2016

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