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OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE
The Education of Homeless Children and Youth Program, authorized as Title X under the No Child Left Behind Act, ensures that homeless students are provided a free, appropriate public education despite lack of fixed place of residence or a supervising parent or guardian. An advocate is available to access resources and to ensure the student's education is not impacted in a major way.

Assistance for qualifying households may include:
-Assistance with academic fees
-Feasible transportation to school of origin (school attended when student qualified for Title X)
-Free meals at school
-School clothes and supplies
-Referrals to health and dental care
-Referrals to rental and housing assistance
255 Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Eligibility: Students who are at risk of becoming homeless or who are currently homeless. The definition of homelessness includes students that:
-Lack a regular, fixed, and adequate nighttime residence (substandard housing)
-Are sharing housing due to economic struggles (doubled-up)
-Are living in a shelter, hotel, or motel
-Are living in a public place not designed for sleeping (cars, parks)
-Are unaccompanied (not living with a parent or guardian)
-Are awaiting foster care placement
-Were abandoned in a hospital
Hours: Varies by agency
COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL
Private school dedicated to the needs of children whose families are homeless, in transition, and experiencing chronic poverty-related crises. Provides a stable learning environment; individualized academic curriculum; breakfast, lunch, and snacks; medical and dental services and referrals; and clothing, shoes, basic needs items, and transportation to ensure consistent attendance for children in transition.
6601 NE Killingsworth Street
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Grades pre-K-8 whose families are in transition or homeless and unaccompanied youth

Homeless children and youth means individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes children and youth who are sharing the housing of other people due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason; living in motels, parks, campgrounds; have a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a sleeping accommodation by human beings; living in cars, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, or similar situations; or migratory children because they are living in circumstances like those described above.

Unaccompanied youth means a youth not in the physical custody of a parent/guardian and youth living on their own in any of the homeless situations described in the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
EDUCATIONAL SERVICE DISTRICT 112
MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE
The Education of Homeless Children and Youth Program, authorized as Title X under the No Child Left Behind Act, ensures that homeless students are provided a free, appropriate public education despite lack of fixed place of residence or a supervising parent or guardian. An advocate is available to access resources and to ensure the student's education is not impacted in a major way.

Assistance for qualifying households may include:
-Assistance with academic fees
-Feasible transportation to school of origin (school attended when student qualified for Title X)
-Free meals at school
-School clothes and supplies
-Referrals to health and dental care
-Referrals to rental and housing assistance
2500 NE 65th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: Students who are at risk of becoming homeless or who are currently homeless. The definition of homelessness includes students that:
-Lack a regular, fixed, and adequate nighttime residence (substandard housing)
-Are sharing housing due to economic struggles (doubled-up)
-Are living in a shelter, hotel, or motel
-Are living in a public place not designed for sleeping (cars, parks)
-Are unaccompanied (not living with a parent or guardian)
-Are awaiting foster care placement
-Were abandoned in a hospital
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
LINN BENTON LINCOLN EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
LINCOLN COUNTY HOMELESS EDUCATION LITERACY PROJECT
HOMELESS EDUCATION AND LITERACY PROJECT
The Homeless Education and Literacy Project (HELP) is a program of the Lincoln County School District (LCSD) designed to help homeless students overcome barriers to school attendance and academic success. Four HELP Centers provide resources and educational programs to students and their families in the north, south, east, and west regions of Lincoln County. The HELP centers have basic needs resources and enrichment programs that promote literacy and education.
459 SW Coast Highway
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. The HELP Advocate will determine eligibility. Qualifying living situations can include emergency/transitional shelter, motel/hotel, car, park, campground, RV, abandoned building, unsuitable living conditions, and shared housing due to economic hardship. Youth who have run away or are homeless on their own are also eligible.
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4pm, follows the school district calendar
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PPS MCKINNEY-VENTO RESOURCE PAGE
Portland Public School's McKinney Vento resource website provides a referral form for the McKinney-Vento program and information about other social and health resources for houseless families.

Assistance through the McKinney-Vento program for qualifying households may include:
-Enrollment support
-Assistance with academic fees
-Feasible transportation to school of origin (school attended when student qualified for Title X)
-Free meals at school
-School clothes and supplies
-Referrals to health and dental care
-Referrals to rental and housing assistance
501 N Dixon Street
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Students who are at risk of becoming homeless or who are currently homeless. The definition of homelessness includes students that:
-Lack a regular, fixed, and adequate nighttime residence (substandard housing)
-Are sharing housing due to economic struggles (doubled-up)
-Are living in a shelter, hotel, or motel
-Are living in a public place not designed for sleeping (cars, parks)
-Are unaccompanied (not living with a parent or guardian)
-Are awaiting foster care placement
-Were abandoned in a hospital
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE
COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL
COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL
LINN BENTON LINCOLN EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
HOMELESS EDUCATION AND LITERACY PROJECT
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PPS MCKINNEY-VENTO RESOURCE PAGE