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St. Vincent de Paul provides life stabilizing services to families with children under the age of 18, including emergency services, overnight and day shelter, and onsite childcare. Youth and Family Services offer wraparound case management support and advocacy to meet the unique needs of families experiencing homelessness.
First Place Family Center (FPFC) is St. Vincent de Paul’s day shelter and service access point for families experiencing homelessness. FPFC addresses basic needs and provides essential social services to families with children under age 18.
First Place Kids (FPK) is a unique child care assistance program located within First Place Family Center. FPK provides families experiencing homelessness with access to early childhood education and care for children ages 0-5.
The Youth House serves unaccompanied teens experiencing homelessness in Lane County, age 16 to 18, who identify as female. Services include up to two years of transitional housing, food, clothing, healthcare, wrap-around casework, and personalized support.