Breakfast – 6 am / Lunch – 11 am / Dinner – 5 pm
Available all day. Please check at the Guest Services desk for resources
We offer a secured baggage room for guests to store their belongings. Baggage is opened between 6am – 8am and 4pm – 7pm.
Clothing will be provided by request. Once assigned a bed, please check at the Guest Services desk and fill out a request form.
Every day we offer Rescue Shelter guests a ride to and from the store. This is to gather any items they may need while staying with us as Rescue is a 24 hour commitment.
Staff will take guests to utilize our recreation area to get exercise and fresh air during their stay.
Guests will have access to staffs assistance during their stay.
Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a weekly chapel service.
Eugene Mission’s approach to homelessness addresses its root causes by sharing Hope and by offering programming tailored to the specific needs of each guest. Our model is called “Rescue + Revitalize + Restore” (R3). The Path Off the Streets for our unhoused neighbors begins with access to stay in our low-barrier Rescue Shelter is in a dedicated wing of our facility where guests will be offered the opportunity to stay with Mission for 14 days to rest, shower, eat, stabilize, and receive help with other basic needs.
A Rescue Shelter stay will be capped at fourteen consecutive days per year. During those 14 days, guests will be offered the opportunity to participate in one of our Revitalization Programs – R3 Academy or Life Change – for continued shelter and services.
During a stay at the Rescue Shelter, guests will be asked to stay on campus for the entire 14 days. Exceptions will be made for medical appointments, treatment and legal matters as well as staff-facilitated store runs and recreational activities.
The Rescue Shelter can be accessed at our west campus gate on 2nd and Chambers via a 9 am check in (or lottery if beds are limited) time. No loitering, camping, or arrivals earlier than 8:30 am, please.
Service Animals are welcome at the Eugene Mission. Service animals must conduct themselves as service animals, remain leashed and with their owner at all times. Service animals must wear current rabies vaccination tags and be licensed with City of Eugene or Lane County.
Though, there is no testing upon entry to the Rescue Shelter, the Mission has a ZERO tolerance for drugs, alcohol or marijuana either consumed on or in proximately to the campus. No paraphernalia is allowed on site. To enter transformational programming, a clear Drug and Alcohol test is required and random tests are periodically administered. Failure or refusal to pass a test is grounds for dismissal. Services will not be available to you for 1 year once dismissed from the Life Change or R3 Academy programs.
Please call the ROC (Resources, Outreach, & Connection) Office at 541.344.3251 x 105 for more information.
“And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.” 2 Corinthians 9:8