Eugene Service Station
Emergency Assistance at the Eugene Service Station
The Eugene Service Station (ESS) is a welcoming day shelter that adults experiencing homelessness can use to meet their basic needs. The ESS provides food, day shelter, clothing, laundry, showers, supplies, and stabilizing assistance during personal crises. Additionally, the ESS is the gateway to our Emergency Shelters, including Dawn to Dawn, the Safe Parking Program, and Egan Warming Centers.
If you are a family experiencing or are about to become homeless, please visit our Night Shelter Annex page for information about family shelter.
Services at the ESS
The ESS staff and volunteers are available for guidance and mentorship in becoming economically self-sufficient. The ESS has telephones, message services, computer access, and job and housing referrals to help those seeking services to get back on their feet.
Additionally, the ESS has a commercial kitchen and a covered outdoor space where guests can get meals. Guests can also sign up for showers, shelter at Dawn to Dawn, and get help finding and qualifying for housing.
Location and Hours
The ESS is located at the Lindholm Center Building at
450 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402d
Nearby LTD Bus Routes: 40 and 41
The ESS is open 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, 7 days a week.
Breakfast – 8:30 am
Lunch – 12:00 pm (Wednesdays 11:00 am)
Showers and Laundry – 8:30 am to 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
This agency uses WellSky.
Esta agencia usa WellSky.
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Support the ESS
The Eugene Service Station is always in need of financial support to provide assistance.
Volunteers are needed to help prep, serve and clean up for breakfast and lunch, 7 days a week.
We are in need of the following items:
- Blankets and sleeping bags
- Camping equipment (especially tents)
- Socks, shoes, coats
- Personal hygiene supplies (shampoo, soap, razors, combs, first aid supplies, etc.)
- Books and magazines
Please bring your donations to ESS during business hours.
We thank the Lane County & the Human Services Commission, City of Eugene, and City of Springfield for their ongoing support of ESS.