- Dusk to Dawn Program – Families and adults in need of overnight shelter can access the Dusk to Dawn Programs administered by St. Vincent de Paul; families with children under 18 at First Place Family Center, 1995 Amazon Pkwy and adults at the Eugene Service Station, 456 Hwy 99N.
- Oregon Family Support Network, Lane County – OFSN Lane County partners with families of children who experience behavioral, emotional or mental health challenges to help them succeed at home, school and in life. They work with parents, foster parents, grandparents and others, offering Parents Night Out (or respite care), System Navigation and Peer Support, Family Fun Activities, Support Groups, Wraparound Family Partners, Resource, Referral and IEP Support, Collaborative Parenting Series, Mental Health First Aid Training (Adult and Youth), and more.
- Central Housing List – Lane County’s Coordinated Entry program is one central list that homeless families can get onto that will place them on the wait list for all of the community agencies that provide housing assistance (i.e. Catholic Community Services, St. Vincent De Paul, Shelter Care, Looking Glass, etc.).
- Oregon Telephone Assistance Program (OTAP) – Free phones are offered through the Public Utility Commission to qualifying low income individuals. People can apply by email, phone, or print out application from on the OTAP website.
- Energy Assistance, Energy Education, and Weatherization Programs – The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) opens in Lane County Wednesday, November 1st. ONLINE WAITING LIST This year, households can get on an agency’s LIHEAP waiting list one of two ways. They can call a LIHEAP agency, or they can go online and place themselves on the list. We believe the online option will be faster and easier than calling an agency. To use the online option, the customer should go to: www.lanecounty.org/energyassistance