24/7 Help Line: 1-888-689-3111
Program Phone: 541-689-3111
931 W. 7th Avenue - Eugene, OR 97402
Emergency shelter, family reconciliation, and a 24-hour crisis hotline are provided for runaway and homeless youth, ages 11-17. Project Safe Place offers youth safe locations to go when they feel afraid or have run away from home.
Wear yellow and black and join Looking Glass at Tacovore for an all-day fundraiser on Wednesday, March 20th in honor of National Safe Place Week! Help us increase awareness and raise funds for this important service.
University of Oregon sorority Kappa Delta held its annual Shamrock ‘N Roll lip-sync battle event on Saturday, Feb 16th at McArthur Court which generated a crowd of hundreds and helps raise funds for Looking Glass’ Station 7 program by donating a portion of the proceeds from the event.
Oregon Community Credit Union’s Employee Community Giving Fund Committee donated $1,000 to Looking Glass to provide assistance with purchase of some much needed items for programs at Station 7 and Riverfront School. Items purchased included various cookware, pots and pans, plates and bowls and more as well as some newborn baby clothes purchased for Riverfront School clients who are expecting newborn babies in the coming year.
On Wednesday, November 14th, Looking Glass held its 6th annual breakfast fundraiser event which focused almost entirely on supporting the Runaway & Homeless Youth services program. The event, held at Venue 252 in Eugene, featured Mary Reilly as our Emcee and Keynote speaker as well as a new video from a client success story.
On Wednesday November 6th, the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority hosted a Grilled Cheese fundraiser event for Station 7 and Prevent Child Abuse America. The event drew a crowd of over 1,000 people!
The Outreach Team is the lifeblood of the Runaway & Homeless Youth program at Looking Glass Community Services. This team of dedicated and caring individuals is on the front lines in our fight to end youth homelessness. November is National Runaway Prevention Month and Looking Glass is joining that effort to shine a light on the challenges that homeless youth face in our area.
Looking Glass got its start back in 1970 in a house off River Road helping runaway and homeless youth (RHY) with a safe place to stay and services to help them with basic needs. Almost 50 years later, RHY is still at the core of what Looking Glass Community Services provides in efforts to help Lane County youth stabilize their lives and create a solid foundation from which to build a more successful and healthy life. See our video and hear about a recent Outreach Team experience from our Marketing & Development Director.
When you see the yellow "SAFE PLACE" signs around town, think Looking Glass.
On Thursday, March 22nd Fisherman's Market is holding a fundraiser to support Station 7 and Project Safe Place.