Lindholm Social Service Office

Everyone falls on hard times. Whether it’s due to layoffs, family illness, natural disasters, or other life challenges. During these times of distress, people need a place to turn. Each year in Lane County, over 55,000 people turn to St. Vincent de Paul’s Social Service Office for emergency support during challenging times.

The Social Service Office at St. Vincent de Paul’s Lindholm Service Center is CLOSED until further notice. Until the Social Service Office reopens, please visit the Lane County emergency services provider list.

Donations of food and emergency supplies are accepted at the Atkinson Food Room during business hours, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm each Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. The Atkinson Food Room is located behind the Social Service Office at 456 Highway 99 N in Eugene.

Services at the Lindholm Social Service Office

  • Food boxes in the Atkinson Food Room
  • Rent assistance
  • Emergency prescription medications
  • Propane vouchers for heating
  • Bus tokens
  • Clothing, household goods, appliances, beds and furniture

The Lindholm Social Service Office  proudly offers Front Door Assessment services. To schedule, please call (541) 607-0439.

The Lindholm Social Service Office is open to individuals or households whose income is under 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI). This means that each person in the family must make less than $3,000 per month (for example: a family of 1 must make less than $3,000; a family of 2 must make $6,000; and so on).

Location and Hours

The Lindholm Center

456 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402

(541) 689-6747

Our office is currently closed.

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Support  the Lindholm Social Services Office

The Eugene Service Station is always in need of financial support to provide assistance.

Volunteer

Volunteers receive guests, answer phones, and help in the food room. Conference volunteers visit households that have asked for SVdP’s help. For more information, contact our volunteer coordinator.

If you would like to donate goods, please bring new/usable items around back to the Atkinson Food Room during food box distribution: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.  We are in need of the following items:

  • Non-perishable food
  • Backpacks
  • Blankets
  • Non-prescription medicines
  • Personal hygiene supplies
  • First aid equipment

Thank You!

We thank these churches for their many years supporting services at the Lindholm Social Service Office

Our Lady of Perpetual Help; St. Alice Catholic Church; St. Benedict Lodge; St. Catherine of Siena; St. Helen Catholic Church; St. Henry Catholic Church; St. Jude Catholic Church; St. Mark Catholic Church; St. Mary’s Catholic Church – Albany; St. Mary’s Catholic Church – Corvallis; St. Mary Catholic Church – Eugene; St. Mary, Our Lady of the Dunes; St. Michael Catholic Church; St. Paul Catholic Church; St. Peter Catholic Church; St. Thomas More / Newman Center; First Baptist of Eugene.

Additionally, we thank the Lane County & the Human Services Commission, City of Eugene & City of Springfield for their ongoing financial support.