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2ND STREET COMMUNITY CHURCH
DROP-IN CENTER
Drop-in center providing a safe place for people who need to get indoors and out of the weather. Additional services include:
-Breakfast, lunch, and light food items to-go
-Personal hygiene kits
-Coats, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, and umbrellas
-Clothing vouchers to community thrift store
-Computer access, wi-fi access, and resume printing
-A small children's play area
-Temporary mailing address and telephone use
504 E 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Services: Monday-Friday 10am-noon
Donations: Monday-Friday 9:30am-noon
CANBY CENTER
SOCIAL SERVICES
Residents are eligible to visit the clothing exchange once every month. Blankets, sleeping bags, and toiletries are also available at times. Clothing donations accepted.

Rent/utility assistance: Limited, temporary assistance may be available to employed people who experience an unanticipated life challenge.

Job search support: Computers and printers available for job seeking purposes. Also provides assistance with resumes and interviewing skills.
681 SW 2nd Avenue
Canby, OR 97013
Eligibility: Residents of the Canby School District; do not have to have a child or child enrolled in the school district to receive assistance
Hours: Center hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-5pm
Clothing exchange by appintment: Monday-Thursday 11:30am-3:30pm
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER THE LOFT
TEEN DROP-IN SERVICES
Center for homeless youth. Provides internet access for employment or educational purposes, help applying for state benefits (OHP, SSI, SNAP/food stamps), and educational assistance (including re-enrollment in school and school supplies). Offers referrals and resources to help meet dental, medical, and mental health needs. Also offers a food bank and use of kitchen to prepare meals with own food or food provided by food bank.
19 SW Century Drive
Bend, OR 97702
Eligibility: Varies by program. Programs generally serve ages 11-24 that are homeless and unaccompanied by an adult.
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday noon-3pm
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
HOUSING TRANSITIONS PROGRAM (HTP)
Provides drop-in services, housing assistance, and employment services to self-identified women over the age of 25 who are experiencing homelessness without minor children in their custody.

Drop-in services may include:
-A safe, comfortable place for women only (well-mannered pets are welcome)
-Information and referral
-Access to a phone, community voicemail, mailing address, and computers
-Shower
-Washer and dryer (for women who are staying outside)
-Snacks, coffee, and a weekly lunch

Housing services may include:

-Information and advocacy
-Assistance in applying for subsidized housing
-Move-in costs for women who have stable income (when funds are available)
-Help reducing barriers to housing and assistance with landlord appeals
-Permanent housing placement for chronically homeless women (when housing programs have capacity)
-Assistance with the physical move and household items (only available to women in HTP housing)
-Ongoing case management for housing clients
2740 SE Powell Boulevard
Portland, OR 97202
Eligibility: Self-identified homeless women age 25 and older without children in their care
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm and by appointment outside of these hours
Lunch served: Wednesday 11:30am-1pm
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES EUGENE
EUGENE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
Provides emergency assistance, as well as information and referral to help households access specialized services and mainstream benefits. Services include clothing, diapers, personal hygiene products, prescription assistance, and bus day passes. May also provide payment assistance for drivers license and birth certificate fees and assistance completing necessary forms to obtain these documents.
1464 W 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Low-income households
Hours: Monday/TuesdayWednesday/Friday 8am-4pm, Thursday 8am-3:30pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
DESCHUTES COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH
THE DROP
Provides a safe and supportive space for young adults. Services during drop-in hours include: computers and wifi, charging stations for devices, games, music, movies, laundry, information on social services, coffee and snacks, and a quiet corner with activities.
1340 NW Wall Street
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Young adults ages 14-29
Hours: Monday/Friday 2pm-4pm
Wednesday 4pm-5pm
ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES OF OREGON
ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES OF OREGON HIV DAY CENTER
HIV SERVICES
The HIV Day Center is a drop-in center for people living with HIV/AIDS. Services include hot breakfasts and lunches, access to phones, a mail drop, computers with internet access, TV, VCR, clothing, shower, and hygiene supplies. Clients have access to washer, dryer, massage, acupuncture, foot care, and haircuts by signup. Recreational activities include art therapy, field trips, games, and other activities. Our Daily Bread Express program delivers meals directly to those who are homebound with HIV.
2941 NE Ainsworth Street
Basement
Portland, OR 97211
Eligibility: Home delivered meals: HIV-positive with income below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level, and must have a specified medical need and be referred by a case manager
Hours: Day Center: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 9am-3pm, Wednesday 9am-noon
Breakfast: Monday-Friday 9am-10:30am
Lunch: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 1pm, Wednesday noon (sack lunch provided to-go)
FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
THE FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
Drop-in day center services include 2 meals a day, including a sack lunch to go; showers by appointment (showers are not wheelchair accessible), haircuts, computer access, telephone, referrals to housing resources, mental health and drug addiction referrals to resources, and help with ID residency letters for those experiencing homelessness (occasional financial assistance for Clackamas County residents).



Provide blankets, adult clothing, shoes, and hygiene items.

Also provides an emergency overnight warming center when the temperature drops to 33 degree wind chill.
603 12th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Targets homeless adults, youth, and families in Clackamas County. Will refer low-income households to other agencies for non-homeless needs.
Hours: Day Center hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
Showers: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm, by appointment
Computer: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm, by appointment
Sack lunch/Hot Take Out: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm
FORT VANCOUVER REGIONAL LIBRARIES
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides a broad array of public library services at different locations across the district. Basic library programs and services are open to all residents of the district, with no user fees. Some services include English and Spanish speaking groups, assistance navigating all stages of the job search process, children and family programs and storytelling. Call for information about additional programs, services and events.
11818 SE Mill Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA 98684
Eligibility: No restriction
Hours: Varies by location
FORT VANCOUVER REGIONAL LIBRARIES
GOLDENDALE COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides a broad array of public library services at different locations across the district. Basic library programs and services are open to all residents of the district, with no user fees. Some services include English and Spanish speaking groups, assistance navigating all stages of the job search process, children and family programs and storytelling. Call for information about additional programs, services and events.
131 W Burgen Street
Goldendale, WA 98620
Eligibility: No restriction
Hours: Varies by location
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm
FORT VANCOUVER REGIONAL LIBRARIES
RIDGEFIELD COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides a broad array of public library services at different locations across the district. Basic library programs and services are open to all residents of the district, with no user fees. Some services include English and Spanish speaking groups, assistance navigating all stages of the job search process, children and family programs and storytelling. Call for information about additional programs, services and events.
210 N Main Avenue
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Eligibility: No restriction
Hours: Varies by location
Hours: Monday 10am-6pm, Tuesday-Wednesday 10am-7pm, Thursday-Saturday 10am-6pm
FRUIT VALLEY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
The Fruit Valley Community Resource Center provides a food pantry, a clothing closet for children, public computers, a book lending library, information and referral. Head Start and child care are also provided.
3410 NW Fruit Valley Road
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Families in the Fruit Valley neighborhood
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm or by appointment
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF LANE AND SOUTH COAST COUNTIES
GOODWILL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
VETERAN CONNECTIONS HOMELESS VETERAN REINTEGRATION PROGRAM (HVRP)
Provides employment related services to reintegrate homeless veterans into the labor force. Services include job search training and placement, employment readiness training, career exploration, and vocational/technical training. Also includes assistance in accessing benefits and services to housing, transportation, identification, clothing, computer access, and more.
855 Seneca Road
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: -Must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, or have been homeless within 60 days prior to enrollment
-Must have served at least one day of active military service not and have been discharged under any status other than dishonorable
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HART COMMUNITY CENTER INC
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS
Provides internet-connected computers, a copier, and a fax machine.
354 Smith Street
Harrisburg, OR 97446
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Thursday noon-5pm
HOUSE OF HOPE MINISTRIES
DROP-IN PROGRAM
Provides a supportive place for anyone seeking a safe environment to meet and socialize. Provides a food pantry, lunch, showers, laundry facilities, community service locations, mentoring, social activities, internet, TV, movies, and games. Also offers community garden plots.
724 SW 14th Street
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Unrestricted. Must be sober and drug-free.
Hours: Hope Center/Drop-In Program: Tuesday-Thursday noon-4pm
Food pantry/lunch: Tuesday/Thursday 1pm
ILLINOIS VALLEY FAMILY COALITION
COMPUTER LAB
The Illinois Valley Family Coalition has computers and internet access available for the public for social services purposes only (not for personal use or entertainment).
535 E River Street
Cave Junction, OR 97523
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
JANUS YOUTH PROGRAMS
JANUS YOUTH PROGRAMS OAK BRIDGE YOUTH SHELTER
THE PERCH
The Perch is a daytime drop-in center for homeless youth. Offers a dry, warm, safe place where youth have access to laundry facilities, computers, a phone, a meal and skilled staff to help them problem solve.
Eligibility: Ages 15-24 who are in unstable living situations
Hours: Monday/Friday 9am-11:30am, Tuesday/Thursday 12:30pm-4pm
JOIN
JOIN DAY SPACE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
Daytime drop-in center and basic services, primarily for homeless individuals and families. Services include showers, bathrooms, mail, limited locker storage, internet, hygiene items, laundry vouchers, pet food, telephone, and referral information. Some of these services are provided through a barter system. Diapers are available through PDX Diaper Bank.

JOIN also conducts outreach to people actively sleeping on the streets or in their vehicles.
1435 NE 81st Avenue
Suite 100
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Services are available to the public but are intended to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families (sleeping outdoors or in vehicle).

JOIN does not provide housing services to people who are couch surfing, in shelters, or facing eviction.
Hours: Monday-Friday noon-3pm (closed on holidays)
JUST COMPASSION RESOURCE CENTER
HOMELESS DAY CENTER
Day center for homeless adults providing lunch, a safe place to rest and socialize, resource materials, and WiFi. Showers and haircuts are available by appointment. Clothing and hygiene items are occasionally available.
12280 SW Hall Boulevard
Tigard, OR 97223
Eligibility: Homeless adults
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-2pm
-Breakfast 10am-11:15am, Lunch noon-1pm
-Resource assistance 1pm-2pm
LIBRARIES IN WASHINGTON STATE
The online directory of Washington libraries is a project of the Washington State Library. The information in the database is provided by local libraries. Some libraries may elect not to submit complete information. Most libraries have children's library services and public internet access.
Locator
Olympia, WA 98504
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Not applicable
LIBRARIES OF OREGON
OREGON STATE LIBRARIES
Website provides a search tool to find local libraries. The "Answerland" chat service can provide recommendations and other help.

See individual library websites to find story times and library activities for children; search databases for articles; and download e-books, audio books, and videos. Using local libraries requires a library card. Many libraries have internet-connected computers for public use.
Locator
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Not applicable
LOWER COLUMBIA CAP
LOWER COLUMBIA CAP LONGVIEW
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE CENTER
Offers services to assist community members in getting back to a place of financial self-sufficiency. Asset building services include Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) assistance and FDIC Money Smart Financial Education classes. One-on-one counseling is also available for credit health assessments, business plans, debt reduction, and accessing free credit reports. Also offers tax preparation assistance and computer access for self-filers.
1526 Commerce Avenue
Longview, WA 98632
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Financial Independence Center: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Computer access: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 9am-3pm
MASLOW PROJECT
Provides resources and support for homeless youth and their families by working in schools and in the community and operating a drop-in center that helps with basic needs. Drop-in center services include a food pantry, a clothing closet, personal hygiene supplies, diapers, baby formula, sleeping bags/bedding, dog/cat food, laundry facilities, computers for schoolwork/job searching, youth counseling, harm reduction workshops, art therapy, advocacy, case management, and referrals to other community resources.
500 Monroe Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Ages 0-21 and families with children/youth ages 0-21 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, including those who are:
-Couch surfing
-Living in hotels/motels
-Camping
-Living on the streets
-Living in a car/trailer
-Staying in a shelter or other temporary living situation
-Any other unsafe/dangerous living situation

If someone does not qualify, staff will work to find another community resource that would be a better fit.
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY LIBRARY
EVENTS AND CLASSES
Provides an online community calendar to help community members find classes and events held at local libraries. Events and classes include job seeker resources (support groups and resume workshops), computer help classes and access to computers, arts and crafts instruction, book clubs and discussion groups, chess clubs, cultural celebrations and festivals, early reading skills, teen programming, lectures and author talks, money and finances programming, performances and exhibitions, story times, and special programs for parents with children ages 0-6.
205 NE Russell Street
Portland, OR 97212
Eligibility: Some classes or computer lab services may require a library card
Hours: Vary by class/event
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
Provides a safe space where youth experiencing homelessness can receive three meals per day/ six days per week, as well as access to showers, laundry, clothing, temporary mailing address, drug and alcohol recovery, and mental-health supports. Offers computers and internet access, free legal counsel, and monthly veterinary clinics for those with pets. Engaging activities that facilitate self-empowerment and promote skill-building, such as music and art, health and wellness, and recreation, are also provided. Staff connects youth to other wraparound supports such as education, job training/placement, culturally specific services, and housing that help them exit homelessness and prepare for the future.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Homeless and at-risk youth ages 15-24
Hours: Basic services: Monday/Wednesday/Saturday 1pm-6pm
Housing Orientation: Tuesdays 4pm
Meals: Monday-Friday 9am-10am, 1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm, Saturday 1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
SEXUAL AND GENDER MINORITY YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER
LGBTQ YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER
Provides a safe, sober drop-in center for LGBTQ and questioning youth. Youth can participate in workshops, perform at open mic nights, work on art projects in the art studio, use the computer lab, play games, get a haircut, access the drag closet and clothing "free pile," and meet and connect with other LGBTQ and questioning youth.
1220 SW Columbia Street
Portland, OR 97201
Eligibility: Ages 12-23 who identify as LGBTQ or questioning
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Friday 4pm-8pm, Thursday 6:30pm-8pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
Provides a safe space where youth experiencing homelessness can access food resources, showers, laundry, clothing, temporary mailing address, drug and alcohol recovery and mental-health supports. Also offers computers and Internet access. Engaging activities that facilitate self-empowerment and promote skill-building such as music and art, health and wellness, and recreation are also provided. Staff connects youth to other wraparound supports such as education, job training/placement, culturally specific services, and housing that help them exit homelessness and prepare for the future.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Homeless and at-risk youth ages 15-24
Hours: Basic services: Monday/Wednesday/Saturday 1pm-6pm
Housing Orientation: Tuesdays 4pm
Meals: Monday-Friday 9am-10am, 1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm, Saturday 1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
LGBTQ YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER
Provides a safe, sober drop-in center for LGBTQ and questioning youth. Youth can participate in workshops, perform at open mic nights, work on art projects in the art studio, use the computer lab, play games, get a haircut, access the drag closet and clothing "free pile," and meet and connect with other LGBTQ and questioning youth.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 12-23 who identify as LGBTQ or questioning
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Friday 4pm-8pm, Thursday 6:30pm-8pm
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
HEALTH, OUTREACH, SHELTER, AND TRANSITIONS (HOST) PROGRAM
CRISIS & INFORMATION HOTLINE
All HOST programs offer resource and referral information, case management, and crisis intervention for youth. HOST services are provided at two sites.

HOST's two main programs are:
-Daytime Resource Center: Drop-in services include showers, laundry, computer access, breakfast and lunch on weekdays, case management, and skill building.
-Transitional Living Program (TLP): Provides shelter for up to 18 months. TLP offers community stabilization supports, assistance with employment, assistance with educational goals, and counseling to assure youth are prepared for independent living.
1143 Liberty Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Age 18-24
Hours: -Daytime Resource Center: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
-Transitional Living Program: 24 hours per day/7 days per week (for enrolled participants only)
Hours: -Daytime Resource Center: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
-Transitional Living Program: 24 hours per day/7 days per week (for enrolled participants only)
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
Provides case management, information and referral, mailing address, telephone, job search-related printing, resume creation, hygiene supplies, education opportunities, camping gear, and clothing. Showers and laundry are available at various locations and times.
2350 Ashland Street
Ashland, OR 97520
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
OUTSIDE IN
OUTSIDE IN DAY PROGRAM
Day services are available on a drop-in basis for homeless youth, providing basic needs, meals, recreation/activities, showers, laundry, phone, mailing address, and computers. Safe space for LGBTQ youth.
1132 SW 13th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness
Hours: Drop-In: Tuesday/Thursday/Sunday 1pm-6pm
Breakfast: Monday-Friday 9am-10am
Lunch: Sunday-Friday 1pm-2pm
Dinner: Sunday-Friday 5pm-6pm
SHERWOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
Provides resources and supports for families in need such as a clothing closet, and basic needs. Offers use of office equipment for job search and accessing community resources. Referrals to parenting classes in both English and Spanish.
21920 SW Sherwood Boulevard
Sherwood School District Office
Sherwood, OR 97140
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm, during the school year; Summer hours by appointment only.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL EUGENE SERVICE STATION
EUGENE SERVICE STATION
Day center for homeless and low-income adults. Provides laundry facilities, showers, breakfast and lunch prepared in-house, phone access, voicemail services, computers, fax, clothing, blankets, hygiene supplies, housing referrals, job search assistance, and information and referral to other services. Visitors can use indoor, climate-controlled seating and outdoor, shaded picnic tables.
450 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Low-income and homeless adults without children
Hours: 7 days per week 8am-5pm
THE DEVEREUX CENTER
DROP-IN CENTER
Provides breakfast, hot lunch, bathing facilities, hygiene supplies, laundry facilities, clothing closet, computer/internet access, temporary mailing address, phone messaging, one-on-one advocacy, and Oregon Health Plan enrollment on site weekly. Replacement ID services available in exchange for volunteer service. Tents, tarps, and blankets provided when available in exchange for volunteer service (can be waived if needed). Bus passes available for court or parole meetings in Coquille. Local bus passes available on a case by case basis. Warming Center open as dictated by weather parameters.
1200 Newmark Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Unrestricted, priority given to people experiencing homelessness with mental health issues. Bus passes: Local transportation to Coquille for court or parole meetings. Must show summons/ticket. Local bus passes on a case by case basis. Volunteer time requested for some higher value items on a case by case basis.
Hours: Day center: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-2pm
Bathing and laundry facilities: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-1pm
Breakfast: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-9:45am, Thursday 10am-noon for Waffles only
Lunch: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday noon-12:45pm
TRANSITION PROJECTS
RESOURCE CENTER AT BUD CLARK COMMONS
The Resource Center staff helps people access services at Transition Projects, Bud Clark Commons, and other agencies to help people transition out of homelessness into housing.

Day and week lockers are available. Work verification is required to have a locker longer than 1 week.

Washers and dryers are free. Detergent is included. People may do one load of laundry per week. First come first served.
Sign up for a 20 minute time slot at the check-in desk for showers or clothing room access. Towels and basic hygiene supplies provided. People can access one outfit per week. Depending on supplies available, hygiene kits may include soap, shampoo, lotion, deodorant, toothpaste, and other hygiene products.

Volunteer stylists provide free haircuts up to three times a week. Limited spots are available and start at 1pm.

Provides a mailing address and phone message service for homeless individuals. A TPI ID is required in order to receive mail. If mail is not picked up after two weeks, it is returned to sender. Phone messages are available for pickup anytime during open hours and must be picked up within one week.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Men and women experiencing homelessness.
Hours: Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm, 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of the month 8am-noon; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Showers: 7 days per week 8am-2:25pm; sign-ups 8am and noon
Clothing: sign ups vary 7 days a week.
Haircuts: Wednesday/Friday 1pm-3pm
Mailroom: Monday-Friday 8am-9am and noon-4pm, Saturday 1pm-3pm, 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of the month 8am-9am
Day Storage: Must be picked up by 3:30pm
Phone services: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
WORKSOURCE OREGON
A network of public and private partners working together for businesses and workers to:
-Provide resources to help unemployed and underemployed individuals get connected with the employers that are right for them, find the jobs they are looking for, get trained for jobs they want, and fulfill unemployment benefit requirements
-Ensure businesses have a ready supply of trained workers whose skills and talents are aligned with the expectations and needs of business and industry
-Connect businesses with the resources they need to grow their workforce and business
-Offers job training assistance, and pre-layoff services
Locator
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
WORKSOURCE WASHINGTON
WORKSOURCE COLUMBIA GORGE
WORKSOURCE
WorkSource is a statewide partnership of state, local, and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Washington.
107 W Jewett Boulevard
White Salmon, WA 98672
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm, Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-4pm
WORKSOURCE WASHINGTON
WORKSOURCE COWLITZ/WAHKIAKUM
WORKSOURCE
WorkSource is a statewide partnership of state, local, and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Washington.
305 S Pacific Avenue
Suite B
Kelso, WA 98626
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 9:30am-5pm
WORKSOURCE WASHINGTON
WORKSOURCE STEVENSON
WORKSOURCE
WorkSource is a statewide partnership of state, local, and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Washington.
266 SW Second Street
Stevenson, WA 98648
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 9am-4pm, Mondays and Friday mornings by appointment
WORKSOURCE WASHINGTON
WORKSOURCE VANCOUVER
WORKSOURCE
WorkSource is a statewide partnership of state, local, and nonprofit agencies that provides an array of employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Washington.
204 SE Stonemill Drive
Suite 215
Vancouver, WA 98684
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-5pm, Wednesday 9:30am-5pm
2ND STREET COMMUNITY CHURCH
DROP-IN CENTER
CANBY CENTER
SOCIAL SERVICES
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
TEEN DROP-IN SERVICES
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
HOUSING TRANSITIONS PROGRAM (HTP)
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
EUGENE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
DESCHUTES COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
THE DROP
ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES OF OREGON
HIV SERVICES
FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
THE FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF LANE AND SOUTH COAST COUNTIES
VETERAN CONNECTIONS HOMELESS VETERAN REINTEGRATION PROGRAM (HVRP)
HART COMMUNITY CENTER INC
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS
HOUSE OF HOPE MINISTRIES
DROP-IN PROGRAM
ILLINOIS VALLEY FAMILY COALITION
COMPUTER LAB
JOIN
JOIN DAY SPACE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
JUST COMPASSION RESOURCE CENTER
HOMELESS DAY CENTER
MASLOW PROJECT
MASLOW PROJECT
MULTNOMAH COUNTY LIBRARY
EVENTS AND CLASSES
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
LGBTQ YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
CRISIS & INFORMATION HOTLINE
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
OUTSIDE IN
OUTSIDE IN DAY PROGRAM
SHERWOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
SHERWOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
EUGENE SERVICE STATION
THE DEVEREUX CENTER
DROP-IN CENTER
TRANSITION PROJECTS
RESOURCE CENTER AT BUD CLARK COMMONS