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SEVERE WEATHER INFORMATION SERVICES - MULTNOMAH COUNTY
Cold Weather and Severe weather shelters may be activated when a Cold Weather Advisory or a Severe Weather Notice is issued by the Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services (JOHS).

Shelters and street outreach workers are requesting winter gear donations and shelter volunteers for the winter season.

Visit website to sign up to receive email and/or text notifications when a Cold/Severe Weather Advisory is declared in Multnomah County.

The criteria used to determine a Severe Weather Notice in Multnomah County and the corresponding opening of emergency warming centers are:
-Temperatures forecast at 25°F or below OR
-Forecasts predict at least an inch of snow in most areas OR
-Overnight temperatures forecast at 32°F or below, with at least an inch of driving rain OR
-Other conditions, including severe wind chills or extreme temperature fluctuations
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Shelters may be activated during times of severe weather between November 1-March 31 each year
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
TRANSITION PROJECTS
RESOURCE CENTER AT BUD CLARK COMMONS