Supportive Services for Veterans’ Families

SSVF Veteran Services

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) connects Veterans experiencing homelessness with the resources they need to become or remain permanently housed.

Sponsored by a grant from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), SSVF provides temporary financial assistance and case management services to help Veterans navigate and overcome barriers to housing and to support their housing stability.

SSVF Veteran Services
Veteran Services

Services at SSVF

  • Individualized case management and participant advocacy
  • Homelessness prevention assistance
  • Temporary rent and utility assistance
  • Security deposit assistance
  • Connection to Social Security and VA benefits/resources
  • Referrals to and assistance finding housing

SSVF proudly offers Front Door Assessment services. To schedule, please call (541) 743- 7170.

You can find out more information about the VA’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families grant here.

Eligibility

SSVF serves Veterans with a discharge besides dishonorable who are experiencing literal homelessness – sleeping on the streets, in a car, in emergency shelter – or at imminent risk of becoming homelessness, who earn less than 50% Area Median Income

Contact and Location

Zach Goodenough, Program Coordinator

1870 West 11th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 743-7182

Nearby LTD bus lines: EMX W 11th

Offices are open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

Support SSVF

SSVF is always in need of financial support to help maintain these great services for veterans. Thank you for donating!

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VetLIFT Veteran Services

VetLIFT

    VetLIFT provides 18 units of permanent affordable housing for chronically homeless Veterans with disabilities. Services include:

    • Wrap-around and client-centered case management
    • Assistance obtaining mainstream and VA benefits
    • Support meetings
    • Furniture and household items if needed
    • Recreational opportunities
    • For Veterans able to work, assistance with job training and placement are provided

    Eligibility

    Veterans must work with a Front Door Assessment Specialist to determine their eligibility. If eligible, you will be placed on a County operated waitlist for Permanent Supported Housing. VetLIFT receives housing referrals from the County and will reach out to those individuals to begin the housing process.

    For more information on Front Door Assessments and the housing process, please follow the link below.

    St. Vincent de Paul’s SSVF program proudly offers Front Door Assessment services. To schedule, please call (541) 743-7170.

    VetLIFT Veteran Services

    Contact and Location

    Alyssa Hoekman, Program Coordinator

    1870 West 11th Ave
    Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 344-0465

    Nearby LTD bus lines: EMX W 11th

    Offices are open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

    Support VetLIFT

    VetLIFT is always in need of financial support to help maintain these great services for veterans. Thank you for donating!

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    Veteran Services

    Contact and Location

    Foster Martinez, Program Coordinator

    2890 Chad Drive
    Eugene, OR 97408
    (541) 687-5820 x 185

    Support Veterans Housing Project

    VHP is always in need of financial support to help maintain these great services for veterans. Thank you for donating!

    Veterans’ Housing Project

      The Veterans Housing Project (VHP) was developed in 2011 as a collaborative effort of private, public and nonprofit organizations to provide safe and affordable housing to help military veterans transition easily back into the community upon returning from deployment. Founders include the City of Eugene, Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB), the Homebuilders Association of Lane County (HBA) and St. Vincent de Paul. In the past decade, VHP has grown into a case-managed transitional housing program that plays an important role in our community. 

      Services at VHP

      • Transitional housing for up to two years
      • Wrap-around and client-centered case management
      • Assistance obtaining mainstream and VA benefits
      • Referrals to VA Healthcare and community partners for primary care, mental health, and substance use treatment
      • Referrals to Self Sufficiency Programs at St. Vincent de Paul
      • For Veterans able to work, assistance with job training and placement

      Eligibility

      VHP serves Veterans with a discharge besides dishonorable who are experiencing literal homelessness – sleeping on the streets, in a car, in emergency shelter – who earn less than 80% Area Median Income

      Please Note: The program is typically at capacity and has a waitlist.

      VHP Waitlist Application: Click here!

      Equal Housing Opportunity

      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.