First Place Family Center (FPFC) is St. Vincent de Paul’s low-barrier emergency access day center for families experiencing homelessness in Lane County. FPFC addresses basic needs and provides essential social services to families with children under age 18.
Each day, approximately 100 parents, youth, and children pass through our facilities. FPFC is the gateway to the Night Shelter Annex.
First Place Family Center has moved! To better serve our families, all drop-in day services such as showers, food, and childcare have been shifted to one central location — the First Place Annex located at 4060 W. Amazon Drive, Eugene, Ore. Check out the blog post HERE for more information.
Services at FPFC
FPFC offers a warm, inviting space for families and provides showers, free laundry, food support, and other supportive services during day time hours. Our staff-led resources include:
- Community information and referrals, including Front Door Assessments to local and agency Supportive Housing Programs
- Internet and phone access
- Mailing address
- Clothing vouchers, on-site clothing and hygiene supplies
- Assistance obtaining identification documents
FPFC proudly offers Front Door Assessment services. To schedule, please call (541) 342-7728.
Eligible families may also access the Night Shelter Annex which offers overnight accommodations, meals, and case management services to support families into self-sufficiency.
Location and Hours
The FPFC is located at:
4060 W. Amazon Drive
Eugene, OR 97405
Nearby LTD bus routes: 36, 24, and 28
FPFC is open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
Support First Place Family Center
Community members can support FPFC by donating money or by providing items most needed by FPFC guests of all ages.