The 15th Night is a youth informed community-wide partnership that helps more than 480 of our Eugene-Springfield students who are navigating school, life and homelessness alone by creating access to a coordinated network of existing community resources.
They offer free hot meals for unhoused/at risk young people ages 16-24. Check the current Street Feed location here.
ESTEAM - Arc of Lane County
ESTEAM is a new program for youth ages 14 to 18 years who want to explore and discover the world around them through science, technology, engineering, art, and math. It provides classroom instruction, hands-on activities and work experience that will open youths’ minds to different ideas and teach them how to be creative and flexible problem-solvers.
With ESTEAM, youth will:
Discover their strengths and interests and learn new skills
Enhance critical thinking skills by learning how to identify, analyze and solve problems
Gain valuable work experience through summer internships
Make new friends and start building their professional network
For more information about this new program, email Annie Wahto, Youth Services Associate Director, or call 541-343-5256 ext. 105.
Hosea Youth Services
Hosea Youth Services helps at-risk and homeless youth of Lane County, between the ages of 16 and 24 who are without a safe, stable place to sleep. They have a resource center open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 4:30pm -6:30pm that includes:
A computer lab
Living room with games
HOOTS - Helping Out Our Teens In Schools
Offers mental health support by phone for students, families, and staff of high schools in the 4J, Springfield, Bethel, Oakridge and South Lane school districts.
HOOTS phone line is accessible from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM M - F. Video support is available from 11AM to 2PM on weekdays and is accessed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and preferred time. For students, families and staff of 4J, Eugene Charter and Bethel High Schools please call (541) 246-2342. For students, families and staff of Springfield, Oakridge and South Lane High Schools please call (541) 246-2332.
New Roads assists homeless youth up to 21 years of age who are interested in creating long-term solutions that improve the quality of their lives. Services provided include:
Basic needs: The Drop-In Center offers homeless youth food, clothing, showers, and other vital resources.
Street Outreach: Staff provide youth on the streets of Eugene, Springfield and rural communities with gateway services, information, referrals, advocacy, and support.
Case Management: Case management services include a transitional living plan and assistance in finding stable housing. Youth are taught essential skills needed to acquire and maintain housing.
Education: The New Roads School is an alternative educational program for middle and high school students who are runaways, homeless, or at-risk of becoming homeless. Students are able to work toward credit recovery or preparation for their GED.
Behavioral Health: Behavioral health outreach workers and therapists are available to support youth with ‘in the moment’ behavior interventions. Components of this service include mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and dual diagnosis treatment.
Employment: Youth are provided with employment guidance including resume preparation, skills training opportunities, interview preparation and job search and connectivity to employment.
Monday 8:30am - 4:45pm
Tuesday 8:30am -6:45pm
Wednesday 8:30am -3:45pm
Thursday 8:30am -6:45pm
Friday 8:30am -4:45pm
941 West 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Ophelia's Place is a prevention based organization dedicated to helping girls 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support. Wide range of opportunities to girls. Services include afternoon drop-in, school-based programming, skill-building, classes & clubs, and therapy.