Rent assistance in Eugene Oregon and Lane County.

Get information on rental assistance programs in Lane County and Eugene Oregon. People who are faced with eviction, or who need a little help in paying their rent, can call or apply at the programs and agencies listed below. While funding is limited, individuals may be able to receive emergency cash assistance.

In addition, most of the Lane County organizations also have information on other federal government program, such as section 8. Case managers can direct renters to other local charities, churches, or non-profits that may have funds to help pay rent, security deposits, or eviction prevention services. So many of the organizations partner with and have relationships with other organizations across Lane County and Eugene Oregon.

If you need rental assistance, it is advised to call as soon as you realize it. If you wait, then it may be too late, or the agencies may run out of funds.

Catholic Community Services - Eugene Community Service Center
1464 W 6th Ave  Eugene, Oregon 97402
Main Phone Number - 541-345-3642
Offers a wide variety of financial assistance to help residents meet basic needs including rent, electric bills, food and more. In addition, the agency can offer information and referral and advocacy for government programs and local charities. People of all backgrounds and income may qualify for help.

House Of Grace - Rent assistance program
Springfield, OR - 97477
The main goal is to low cost housing and other services, such as childcare to women with children, who have fled domestic violence. They want to break the cycle of domestic abuse and poverty, and offering housing and rent help and a home is key to doing this.

Community Sharing Program
1440 West Birch Avenue  Cottage Grove, Oregon 97424-1417
Phone: 541-942-2176
Covers south Lane County Oregon, and offers basic-need emergency assistance to low- to moderate income residents, seniors, and disabled in the community. Provides rental assistance, emergency shelter, utility assistance and other grants. In addition, the agency provides information and referral services for local resources.





Eugene Mission
1542 West First Avenue Eugene, OR 97402
Phone number - 541-344-3251
Services provide emergency housing for men, women, and children.  In addition, they will do what they can to help people stay in their homes and apartments.

Looking Glass - Station #7 - Serving Runaway and Homeless Youth
Phone number - 541-689-3111
Call the agency 24 hours a day. They will respond to the emergency needs of youth and families in Lane County.  The non-profit administers crisis intervention services and temporary shelter. Services provided by the Crisis program include referral assistance, immediate housing and rental crisis intervention and counseling, and youth and family assessments. Shelter and housing services offer short-term overnight residency, emergency funds for paying rent, group counseling, and individual case management.

Similar to above, Looking Glass New Roads is a service but only for youth ages 16-21. The program provides rental assistance as well as information and referrals, both to housing and grant programs. The main number is 541.686.4310.

ShelterCare - Family Housing Program
689 West 13th Avenue  Eugene, Oregon 97402-4089
Dial - 541-689-7156
Call them for emergency shelter and advocacy. May provide emergency rent and financial assistance to residents in finding housing. Also apply for supportive services, or ask about information and referral. Emergency housing is for families with children who are homeless. Transitional services available for housing needs as well. Assist families and individuals to develop and address goals with focus on maintaining stable housing.

Eugene Oregon Planning and Development Department
Eugene, Oregon - 97401
(541) 682-5529
Call them for information on the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program, which can provide rent help for up to 18 months, as funding allows.

Siuslaw Outreach Services - Siuslaw Area Women's Center
Primary phone number - 541-997-2816 
Provides comprehensive housing and rental assistance to women, men and their children. Shelter assistance includes emergency domestic violence shelter, rent assistance, and shelter. Domestic Violence assistance includes advocacy, short- and longer-term shelter, professional counseling, resource and referral, support groups, peer counseling. Other services include housing assistance with case management and help for bills and debt management.





St. Vincent de Paul - Eugene Service Station
450 Highway 99 N  Eugene, Oregon 97402-2303
Phone number - 541-461-8688
Day-access center for homeless and low-income adults without children. The station has job referral, housing referrals, food/snacks/lunches, information and service referrals on rental assistance and government aid, and more.

St. Vincent de Paul - First Place Family Development Center
Phone: 541-342-7728
Another partnership of local churches.

Centro Latino Americano
Address: 944 West 5th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97402-5106
(541) 687-2667
Emergency rental assistance. Focus is on Latinos, but anyone can stop by for help or at least information and referrals.

Salvation Army – Two locations in Lane County Oregon.
Family Services - Eugene
Location - 640 W 7th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
Call - (541) 343-3328
Salvation Army - Family Services - Springfield
1275 Mill St.
Springfield, OR 97477
(541) 747-6229
Administers several social service programs. Among them include homeless prevention, rent help, and shelter. Case managers do what they can to help people stay in their homes, pay their rent, and avoid evictions. As they know keeping people in their homes or apartments is better for everyone than having people live on the streets.




St. Benedict Lodge Catholic Church - Sister John's Program
Address of office - 91683 Alma Dr.
Mckenzie Bridge, Oregon 97413
Main phone number - (541) 822-3249

Catholic Community Services - Springfield Community Service Center
1025 G Street, Springfield, OR
Call - 541-747-0221
Services provided by this organization are shelter, rental assistance, referrals, and crisis assistance to help stop evictions. More programs are offered too, such as seasonal voucher for school clothes.






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