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In Partnership To Support Our Youth

Our network of community partners are critical to ensuring rapid access to the resources and services to support youth in need.

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Our Partners

Our community partners are essential. Their involvement in the 15th Night Rapid Access Network makes it possible to safeguard hundreds of Lane County area youth by ensuring quick access to local resources and services. Community members, service providers and local schools all play a role.

Our Partners

Our Partners

Our community partners are essential. Their involvement in the 15th Night Rapid Access Network makes it possible to safeguard hundreds of Lane County area youth by ensuring quick access to local resources and services. Community members, service providers and local schools all play a role.

Our Partners

Meet Our 15th Night Community Partners

Our current community partners are:

A huge THANK YOU to all our community partners for all they do to provide support to our community youth!

Local Schools & Districts We’re Partnered With

  • Churchill High School
  • Creswell High School
  • Junction City High School
  • North Eugene High School
  • Sheldon High School
  • Springfield High School
  • South Eugene High School
  • Thurston High School
  • Willamette High School
  • Mapleton School District
  • South Lane School District

Local Schools & Districts We’re Partnered With

  • Churchill High School
  • Creswell High School
  • Junction City High School
  • North Eugene High School
  • Sheldon High School
  • Springfield High School
  • South Eugene High School
  • Thurston High School
  • Willamette High School
  • Mapleton School District
  • South Lane School District

School Mobilization Model

Since 2017, when South Eugene High School was the first school to mobilize with 15th Night to serve as a resource for all students, the School Mobilization Model (SMM) has grown to include 10 schools across four school districts in Lane County.

The 15th Night School Mobilization Model is set up to help support all students with the hope of removing stigma around resource access and ensuring that we are reaching those who have the greatest need.

Schools interested in implementing a School Mobilization Model at their site should contact 15th Night to get started. See Learn More below.

A mini version of the 15th Night community model, the SMM removes barriers for any student who needs any resource, regardless of their housing status.

  • Resource mapping: 15th Night and school staff – from the principal and teachers to classified staff positions – determine what resources the school has and what resources or services the school wants and needs.
  • Resource treasure hunt: 15th Night leads this class activity involving students to find out resources available and where to access them. Follow-up activity includes discussion about barriers to students and how to remove them. Students also create a wish list of the resources and services they think should be available to them and their peers.
  • Report for school administration: 15th Night compiles a report of recommendations to remove barriers to accessing resources and ideas for bringing community resources into the school.
  • School-specific Rapid Access Network (RAN): The RAN is set up so that school staff can help their students get connected to school resources as quickly as possible. A Google Form provides a confidential way for students to request support. The school recruits Community Responder volunteers to fulfill needs that can’t be met at the school site.

If you are interested in supporting one of 15th Night’s partner schools, you can sign up to be a Community Responder here or purchase items from a school’s Amazon wish list here. If you have questions about the School Mobilization Model or want more information, please email us at info@15thnight.org.

Community Partner Spotlight

In thanks for all that our Community Partners do for the 15th Night Rapid Access Network, we aim to highlight one from time to time, sharing who they are and the essential services and resources they provide.

SPOTLIGHT: CAHOOTS

CAHOOTS stands for Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets. CAHOOTS provides mobile crisis intervention 24/7 in the Eugene-Springfield metro area. Each team consists of a medic and a crisis worker. They provide immediate stabilization in case of urgent medical need or psychological crisis. They assess, refer, advocate, even transport to treatment in some cases.

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