HSD Services by Program Area 
FY2012-13 Contracted Services

Service Categories:
  1. Meet Community Basic Needs
    • Metro Access Centers & Shelters
    • Emergency Services
    • Hunger Services
    • Integrated Health Care
  2. Increase Self-Reliance
  3. Build A Safer Community (Prevention and Intervention of Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation)
  4. Improve Access to Services
 >   MEET COMMUNITY BASIC NEEDS

Metro Access Centers & Shelters

Emergency Shelter Day and Night Access Center Metro Family
PROVIDER: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County First Place Family Center
PURPOSE: Meeting Basic Needs by providing low-income, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless families (with children) emergency services, provisions, information and referral, and case management
OUTCOME: Homeless households receive assistance in meeting daily needs and stabilizing their living situation

Emergency Shelter Metro - Family Springfield
PROVIDER: ShelterCare Brethren Housing Program
PURPOSE: Meeting Community Basic Needs by providing short-term emergency shelter to homeless families with children.
OUTCOME: Households receive short-term emergency shelter to stabilize their living situation.

Emergency Shelter Metro - Youth
PROVIDER: Looking Glass Station 7
PURPOSE: Metro Access Center and Shelter to provide 24-hour, safe, emergency shelter to youth 11 to 17 years old with a focus on stabilizing the crisis that culminated in the youth being runaway or homeless.  Additionally provide case management services to assist runaway and homeless youth, ages 11 to 21, to move from street culture and homelessness to a safe, stable living environment.
OUTCOME: Youth between will access a range of basic needs while also increasing accessibility to other community services through coordinated care.  A subset of these youth will exit into stable housing (including family reunification , alternative family or community housing, or independent housing opportunities.)

Emergency Shelter Metro - Seasonal Warming Center
PROVIDER: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County
PURPOSE: To ensure that homeless people in Eugene and Springfield have a place to sleep indoors when temperatures drop to 28 degrees
OUTCOME: 100% of individuals in crisis will have their emergency shelter needs met

Day Shelter Access Metro - Youth
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Metro Access Center & Shelter to provide holistic, day shelter and employment skills and opportunities services to assist youth, ages 16 to 21, bridge to more intensive, supportive services
OUTCOME: Meet the community’s basic needs by youth receiving safe, day shelter with access to services including basic needs, case management, employment and community resources

Day Shelter Access Metro - Adults
PROVIDER: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County- Eugene Service Station
PURPOSE: Homeless and at risk individuals receive assistance meeting daily needs for food, shelter and personal hygiene
OUTCOME: Individuals stabilize their situation and become more self sufficient

Emergency Services

Community Service Center/Eugene
PROVIDER: Catholic Community Services
PURPOSE: Meeting Community Basic Needs by providing short-term, emergency assistance to no or low income individuals and families
OUTCOME: Households receive short-term emergency and basic needs assistance to stabilize their living situation

Community Service Center/South Lane
PROVIDER: Community Sharing of Cottage Grove
PURPOSE: Meeting Community Basic Needs by providing short-term, emergency assistance to no or low income individuals and families
OUTCOME: Households receive short-term emergency and basic needs assistance to stabilize their living situation

Community Service Center/Springfield
PROVIDER: Catholic Community Services
PURPOSE: Meeting Community Basic Needs by providing short-term, emergency assistance to no or low income individuals and families
OUTCOME: Households receive short-term emergency and basic needs assistance to stabilize their living situation

Community Service Center/West Lane
PROVIDER: Siuslaw Outreach Services
PURPOSE: Meeting Community Basic Needs by providing short-term, emergency assistance to no or low income individuals and families
OUTCOME: Households receive short-term emergency and basic needs assistance to stabilize their living situation

Hunger Services

Hunger Relief/Food Distribution
PROVIDER: Food for Lane County
PURPOSE: Strengthen the household food security of low-income individuals and families through providing nutritious food when they cannot afford to buy it
OUTCOME: Reduce hunger in Lane County

Hunger Relief/Metro Meal Site
PROVIDER: Food for Lane County
PURPOSE: Meeting Basic Needs by providing nutritious, hot meals four nights a week to Eugene residents with limited incomes
OUTCOME: Reduce hunger in Lane County

Hunger Relief/Food Distribution
PROVIDER: Upper Willamette Community Development Corporation
PURPOSE: Meeting Basic Needs by providing short-term, emergency food assistance to no or low-income individuals and families
OUTCOME: Reduce hunger and promote community health through distribution of food boxes to families and individuals

Hunger Relief/Meals on Wheels
PROVIDER: Lane Council of Goverments- Senior and Disabled Services
PURPOSE: Meeting Basic Needs: emergency food and assistance by delivering nutritious meals to home-bound elderly residents of Lane County
OUTCOME: Prevent malnutrition; prevent subsequent loss of independence; provide face to face contact to monitor client safety and health

Integrated Health Care

Detoxification
PROVIDER: Willamette Family Treatment
PURPOSE: 
OUTCOME: 

Hepatitis C Care & Management
PROVIDER: HIV Alliance
PURPOSE: Provide integrated health care/care coordination for Hepatitis C positive individuals
OUTCOME: Reduce the risk of Hepatitis C transmission/ infection; Improve community health and wellbeing as measured by a decrease in the number of health problems and emergency room visits

Primary Health Care
PROVIDER: White Bird Clinic
PURPOSE: Meeting Basic Needs by providing care coordination and access to medical and dental treatment for low-income, uninsured, disabled, homeless populations in Lane County
OUTCOME: Improved long-term health and self-care for every patient; reduced suffering, reduced spread or worsening of disease; reduced need for emergency room visits

 >   INCREASE SELF-RELIANCE

McKenzie Transitions - Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: Catholic Community Services
PURPOSE: Provides Transitional Housing for Homeless Persons. Comprehensive supportive services designed to move homeless households into permanent, stable  housing. Supportive services include transitional case management assistance with access to mainstream benefits, and employment, transportation, and housing assistance and health care cost assistance.
OUTCOME: Homeless households will stabilize in housing

McKenzie Transitions - Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: ShelterCare Family Housing Program
PURPOSE: Provides Transitional Housing for Homeless Persons. Comprehensive supportive services designed to move homeless households into permanent, stable  housing. Supportive services include transitional case management assistance with access to mainstream benefits, and employment, transportation, and housing assistance and health care cost assistance.
OUTCOME: Homeless households with children will stabilize in housing

McKenzie Transitions - Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Provides Transitional Housing for Homeless Persons. Comprehensive supportive services designed to move homeless households into permanent, stable  housing. Supportive services include transitional case management assistance with access to mainstream benefits, and employment, transportation, and housing assistance and health care cost assistance.
OUTCOME: Homeless youth and young adults will stabilize in housing

Emerald Options - Permanent Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: Mainstream Housing, Inc.
PURPOSE: Provides Permanent Supportive Housing. Comprehensive supportive services designed to move homeless households into permanent housing. Supportive services include case management assistance with access to mainstream benefits, and employment, transportation, and housing assistance
OUTCOME: Developmentally delayed households stabilize in permanent housing

Emerald Options - Permanent Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Provides Permanent Supportive Housing
OUTCOME: Homeless young adults stabilize in permanent housing

Emerald Options - Permanent Supportive Housing
PROVIDER: Oregon Department of Human Services
PURPOSE: Provides Permanent Supportive Housing
OUTCOME: Chronically homeless individuals living with HIV/AIDS stabilize in permanent housing

Safe Haven - Permanent Supportive Housing and Day Use for People with Severe Mental Illness
PROVIDER: ShelterCare- Shankle
PURPOSE: To reduce chronic homelessness for adults with severe persistent mental illness by providing Permanent Supportive Housing and support services or day shelter services
OUTCOME: Chronic homeless adults with severe persistent mental illness are able to stabilize their living situation by increasing their household incomes and developing the skills necessary to live semi-independently

Supportive Housing Mental Illness
PROVIDER: ShelterCare- The Inside Program (TIP)
PURPOSE: Provide Transitional Housing for Homeless Persons; case management and mental health services to homeless individuals, and single adults with severe, persistent mental illness
OUTCOME: Homeless individuals improve their living situation and move toward greater level of independence and stabilization

Homeless Prevention Program (HPP)
PROVIDER: ShelterCare- Family Housing Program
PURPOSE: Prevent Homelessness by providing direct client assistance
OUTCOME: Households remain housed upon exit from program

Housing & Self-Reliance - West Lane
PROVIDER: Siuslaw Outreach Services
PURPOSE: Increasing Self-Reliance by providing housing assistance and case management for homeless or at risk of homelessness households
OUTCOME: Homeless or at risk of homeless households develop the necessary skills to become more self sufficient, able to obtain and maintain affordable housing and better able to pursue a better life for themselves and their children

Housing & Self-Reliance - SouthLane
PROVIDER: Community Sharing
PURPOSE: Increasing self-reliance by providing housing assistance and case management for homeless or at risk of homelessness households
OUTCOME: Homeless or at risk of homeless households develop the necessary skills to become self-sufficient, able to obtain and maintain affordable housing, and better able to pursue a better life for themselves and their children

Employment Services- Homeless & Runaway Youth
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Increase self reliance - provide employment skills and opportunities for runaway and homeless youth ages 16 to 21
OUTCOME: Increase self reliance by improving employment status of 40 youth

Employment Services - Cottage Grove
PROVIDER: Goodwill of Lane County
PURPOSE: Increasing Self-Reliance by assisting job seekers to gain immediate employment, maintain employment for 90 days and improve their ability to manage their personal finances
OUTCOME: Participants gain employment; maintain employment for 90 days; improve employment skills; and, improve financial literacy

Financial & Renter Education
PROVIDER: St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County- Second Chance Program
PURPOSE: Increasing Self-Reliance by providing renter rehabilitation for families with children where parents have a poor rental, credit or criminal history
OUTCOME: Reduce and/or prevent homelessness for families with children under the age of 18

 >   BUILD A SAFER COMMUNITY (Prevention and Intervention of Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation)

Domestic Violence Services
PROVIDER: WomenSpace
PURPOSE: Assist survivors of domestic violence and their children to obtain safe shelter and housing, to learn skills to live self-sufficiently, and to identify and access additional resources and services
OUTCOME: Domestic violence survivors increase safety, knowledge of the dynamics of intimate partner violence, and access to community resources

Homeless Youth Services
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Build a safer community through providing outreach, education, community advocacy to runaway and homeless youth, ages 11 to 21, in an effort to reduce youths’ experience of exploitation and unsafe experiences in the community
OUTCOME: With improved knowledge, alternatives and support,  youth will be more able to understand the signs of exploitation, reduce victimization, and receive support to escape these unhealthy relationships

Child Abuse Services - Theraputic Nursery
PROVIDER: Relief Nursery
PURPOSE: Prevention and Intervention of Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation through a Therapeutic Early Childhood Program that supports at-risk families in their strengths and assists them in meeting their needs
OUTCOME: Prevent child abuse and neglect; improve parenting skills; promote children’s healthy age-appropriate development; and improve family functioning

Parent Training - Preschool
PROVIDER: Pearl Buck
PURPOSE: Prevention & Intervention of Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation:  Conduct in-home training and coaching in PBIS to parents with cognitive limitations (Pearl Buck Preschool parents)
OUTCOME: Increase in parenting skills resulting in their children developing appropriate social skills and decreasing child’s challenging behavior

 >  IMPROVE ACCESS TO SERVICES

Homeless Adults Increased Access to Services
PROVIDER: White Bird
PURPOSE: Improve Access to Services by providing benefits assistance, case management and info and referral support
OUTCOME: Homeless individuals access and receive permanent and non-cash benefits and contact and interact with available community resources

At-Risk & Homeless Youth Access to Services
PROVIDER: Looking Glass New Roads
PURPOSE: Increase access to services and resources for youth and families in crisis, through a 24-hour crisis line, providing access to crisis intervention, information and referral to any caller, as well as targeted street outreach services to homeless and runaway youth
OUTCOME: Increase access to services by providing information on resources and services with the 24-hour crisis line and street outreach through 11,500 total contacts with youth and families

Latino Access to Services
PROVIDER: Centro Latino Americano
PURPOSE: Services for Latinos with Limited English Proficiency to Access Public Benefits and Other Health and Human services
OUTCOME: Latino households develop the necessary skills to become self-sufficient and able to obtain and maintain affordable housing and steady employment


Contact: HSD Program Services Coordinator: Kendra Ballenger kendra.ballenger@co.lane.or.us