Preventing youth from going out on the street,
and intervening quickly if they do

One night on the street is too many. The 15th Night is a community-wide partnership that helps more than 480 of our Eugene-Springfield students who are navigating school and life alone, without a permanent place to spend the night.  Bringing together existing community resources, the 15th Night focuses these resources on the safety and well-being of our vulnerable Eugene-Springfield youth who do not have a parent or guardian to support them.


Why Are We Called the 15th Night?

 
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Youth who are “new” to our streets are more likely to become chronically homeless if we do not intervene within 15 nights

 

“I came home to a locked door and I didn’t know what to do.” 
–15th Night Youth


Join the 15th Night Community Movement.
We safeguard our Eugene-Springfield students from going out on the street, and intervening quickly if they do.