United Way — Live United
At United Way we work to create a network of support that helps families and individuals in Lane County get to the end of the month with money left over. Through partnerships within the community we support programs that provide budget coaching, job training, and tax assistance, and help hundreds of families move closer to financial stability.
Take a look at the list of resources available in our community and get to the end of the month with money left over.
211 - 211 is a free and confidential service that helps people find the resources they need locally.
Food for Lane County - Alleviating hunger by creating access to food.
St. Vincent De Paul - Second Chance Renters is a series of 8 powerful and informative classes taught by SVdP staff and local community experts. It helps to lay the foundation of what people need to know in order to become successful and responsible tenants.
St. Vincent De Paul - First Place Family Center is a refuge and place of support for children and their families who are low income.
ShelterCare - Together, we can help people in crisis keep, recover, and stabilize their housing.
Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)
Building Financial Literacy
NEDCO - Builds human and capital assets to strengthen neighborhoods and broaden participation in community ownership and governance.
Goodwill - The goal of the Prosperity Center is to empower you to get to where you want to be.
Tax Preparation Services
AARP Tax Aide - Free tax preparation services.
Centro Latino Americano - Tax Preparation
Lane County Legal Aid & Advocacy - Advocacy services