Clients may be placed at various St. Vincent de Paul locations to gain valuable job skills.
Clients may be placed at various St. Vincent de Paul locations to gain valuable job skills.

Business owners: If you would like to partner with St. Vincent de Paul to put local people back to work, call (541) 607-0439 or contact us>

We thank the following for their ongoing financial support of the Eugene Service Station:

Lane County & the Human Services Commission, City of Eugene, City of Springfield

Contact Information:

456 Highway 99 North
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 607-0439
Nearby LTD bus lines: 40, 41, 43, 95
Hours: 8:30am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday


Self-Sufficiency Services

People need stable housing, work experience, and a living wage to move out of poverty. Employers need motivated employees. St. Vinnie's Self-Sufficiency Services helps repair damaged rent history, provides job sites where TANF recipients can gain work experience and job-retention skills, and helps people who are homeless but motivated move from tent shelter and into housing.

Second Chance Renter Rehabilitation
Second Chance gives people with poor rental and/or credit history the tools they need to regain housing stability. The eight-week educational series is both an intervention and prevention program. In 2017, Second Chance helped 179 people. Learn more about Second Chance>

Supported Work Experience (SWEX)
SWEX participants are referred by the Department Of Health and Human Services SSP Division to gain work experience. To qualify, participants must currently be receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) and involved in the JOBS program.  Clients are placed at various St. Vincent de Paul worksites between six and twenty four hours per week. The services and components are structured to support effective and efficient progress to employment and self-sufficiency.

For information on any of the above programs call 541-607-0439