The Eugene Mission - Eugene, OR

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1542 West 1st Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
: Phone: 541-344-3251
: http://eugenemission.org/

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    2019-07-21 03:23:15
    I am not a guest at the Eugene mission but, my brother is and I feel compelled to say since he arrived a week ago and I I've been on the phone with him every day since, how extremely happy he is!! It makes my heart swell with joy to know my brother is finally taken care of. Thank you Jesus! Thank you to ALL OF the staff and volunteers! You ALL have touched my brother and his sister and family far away in another state! He hasn't been this happy and full of nourishment ... God and food in a long time. Blessings to ALL AND YOUR FAMILIES

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Description: The Eugene Mission is a homeless shelter with programs for men, women, and mothers and children.

The Eugene Mission is sober 'wellness shelter' for the homeless.  All services at the Eugene Mission – food, shelter, clothing, toiletries, showers, and social service case management – are offered free of charge.  Each guest is asked to perform a one-hour daily household chore to contribute to the community living environment.  A one-year, faith-based residential relapse prevention/recovery Life Change program is also offered free of charge for those who are interested.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Eugene Mission – A Wellness Center for the Homeless Welcome to Eugene’s Mission! We are not a homeless shelter in the traditional sense. While we certainly provide the homeless with food and shelter – and do so with an abundance of God’s love – the Eugene Mission’s ultimate goal is to provide holistic long-term solutions that lead to the wellness of its guests. We are positive but assertive with our guests, asking as much of them as they do of us. We arm them with the skills they need to move forward, while inspiring and motivating them to do so.

Who stays at the Mission? Primarily people who are homeless, whether temporarily or chronically. Guests come to us for a variety of reasons, including job loss and unemployment, eviction, mental illness, physical difficulties, domestic violence, prison release, and addiction to drugs and alcohol. Whatever the reason, we welcome our guests with open arms, eager to provide practical and loving services, hope, and a fresh start. We first offer hope by meeting of our guests’ immediate practical needs. Once stabilized, the real work begins – the work of transitioning our guests out of homelessness back to productive members of society!

The ways of wellness: -Serving thousands of men, women and children each year -Safe and sober environment -700+ nutritious meals served per day/250,000 meals served per year -350-400 beds occupied each night/140,000 beds per year -Free clothing, toiletries, laundry, showers, household goods, furnishings -Assertive Social Services Case Management/Counseling -Life Change Relapse Prevention/Recovery Program Offered Free of Charge -Sustainable grounds – chickens, eggs, bees, gardens -The “Good News” of Jesus Christ shared in word and action -Faith, Hope and Love abound!


Donation Requests by The Eugene Mission: When our guests arrive at the Mission, many of them come hungry and tired, with merely the clothes on their backs. Your gifts of food, clothing, bedding, and other practical items demonstrate God’s love by meeting our guests’ most basic of needs. When our guests leave the Mission, we send them off with house wares and furnishings for their new home. Thank you for your kindness in blessing our guests! How can you help? The following items are always in need for the guests as they stay with us and as they eventually transition into their own housing. Coffee, milk, eggs! Always! Fresh produce, canned goods, meats, and fresh prepared foods left over from large events or catered affairs New underwear and socks for men, women and children New or gently used clothing, shoes, and coats for men, women and children Twin quilts, sheets, pillow cases Household goods such dishes, silverware, bedding, and working small appliances such as toasters, mixers, etc. Larger appliances (washers, dryers, stoves) in working condition Furniture in good condition Please bring to our offices at 1542 West 1st Avenue
 Eugene, OR, 97402 There are donation bins located by the main office. The kitchen entry is located to the southwest of the donation bins. If you have any questions, please call 541-344-3251.



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