Mission (Being) Accomplished

With the auction quickly approaching in May, we have been working on compiling youth stories to be shared as a focal point for the auction. It is a neat way to display the stories behind the faces of the youth we serve at Hosea. We get to do life with and interact...

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Ground Breaking

It’s not that I didn’t believe everyone when they told me how much support and excitement there was for the Youth House, it’s just that I didn’t understand it until the grand opening this last week. I started to get a clue as I pulled up to the renovated church and...

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Light Out Of Darkness

After being brought on staff in the end of October, I have had the blessing of helping at the Drop-in Center twice a week. My first glimpse of life at the Drop-in Center was the Halloween Party and I remember feeling so nervous to talk to the youth. I was afraid that...

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Time Together.

Time together as a team is so important. Communication is a key component to the success of our team. Making sure we all feel supported by one another in our various projects and responsibilities, that we feel heard and valued and a time to remind ourselves of why...

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His Love Has No Bounds

We all have a story to tell. My story is filled with a great deal of sorrow but it is also filled with an abundance of joy and this joy is found in Jesus. I know that I am deeply loved by God, so much so that He sent His son Jesus to be beaten and nailed to a cross :...

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“Courage, Dear Heart”.

I was never one of those kids who had a consistent answer for what they wanted to be when they grew up. I think I typically swung from being wildly sure I would be a whale trainer, to convinced I would be a dentist (an aspiration that died with my first chemistry...

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New Year, Same Mission.

Though we are now in a new year, the mission remains the same for the Vocational Placement Program (VPP). To place youth in sustainable work where they can be successful. It’s what drives the program at Hosea and because we believe that every youth deserves a chance...

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Five Months

The New Year. Here we are. Almost 2018! It is amazing how fast each year goes. It would seem that time continues to speed up every year. Especially now with a little one running around. You blink and they are 18 — or so I hear. I’ll let you know when we get there. I...

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It’s Almost Time

It’s almost time! For the past year, all of us at Hosea have been working diligently to plan and develop a housing program for young women between the ages of 16 and 18 who are homeless or at-risk. In mid January—January 15th, to be exact—the home’s grand opening will...

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Special Place

I often find myself wishing for a simple solution. A simple and easy solution to help all youth transition off of the street. Working with at-risk and homeless youth over the past — almost — 5 years has been an incredible and very unique experience. There has been so...

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Contact HYS

Mailing Address:
PO Box 5531
Eugene, OR 97405

Drop-In Physical Address:
(Inside the church on 8th & Monroe)
834 Monroe Street
Eugene, OR 97402

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Most Urgent Needs

- YOU: Volunteers
- Monthly Support (Donations)
- Winter Garments (esp. coats)
- Clean, New Undergarments
- Backpacks & Jeans
- Camping Equipment
- Toiletries
- Paper and Cleaning Supplies

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Use Giving Assistant to save money and support Hosea Youth Services Project
Make your money work for you! Donate up to 30% of your purchase price to Hosea Youth Services Project while shopping at Lowe's, eBay, and Home Depot!