We are a Crucial Safeguard for Our Eugene-springfield Youth
The 15th Night serves as a safeguard for 480 of our Eugene-Springfield students who do not have a parent or guardian to support them, or a permanent place to call home.
These vulnerable Eugene-Springfield youth face an unacceptable risk of losing their childhood, sense of trust, education and hope if they find themselves on the street. The 15th Night is a community-wide partnership working to align and leverage existing resources in innovative ways to prevent youth from going out on the street, and intervening quickly if they do.
No Eugene-Springfield student will drop out of school due to homelessness.
Our community will rise to the expectation that Eugene-Springfield youth should never have to navigate school and life alone.
Eugene-Springfield is a culture of caring and understanding for our youth experiencing homelessness.
Eugene-Springfield residents know how to intervene on behalf of a youth who has run away or experiencing homelessness.
All young people in Eugene-Springfield learn about the dangers of living on the street.
All Eugene-Springfield youth know how to get help and find safe alternatives to the street.