ShelterCare Respite Services Ending

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EUGENE, Ore. — A mental health program that’s been around for years is set to close.

Next week ShelterCare’s Royal Avenue respite services will end due to cuts in state and county general funding.

This is a devastating blow for people who stayed at Royal Avenue Shelter and employees who’ve been with the mental health program for years.

KEZI 9 News Reporter Sarah Hurwitz spoke with a woman who says if it weren’t for Royal Avenue, her life might’ve taken a turn for the worst.

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