Bosco House - Eugene, OR

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4488 Knoop ave.
Eugene, OR 97402
: Phone: 541/607/2005
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Description: We are transitional housing for mothers between 18 and 29 years old, and their children. They have to have their children with them, or be in the process of getting their kids back if they are DHS involved, or be pregnant. The cost is $350 per month. We do not require references or deposits, and there are no other fees. We are a structured program with curfews, etc. We help the women get on low incoM housing lists, find work, etc. Anyone may call the house to set up an interview.

Volunteers Requests by Bosco House: Yes. We need volunteers for household repairs and for yard work.


Donation Requests by Bosco House: Money, clothes soap, dish soap, toilet tissue, diapers, etc.



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