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CENTRAL CITY CONCERN
IMANI CENTER
HOUSING RAPID RESPONSE INFORMATIONAL RECORD
Responds to the needs of houseless ex-offenders through safe housing programs, medical and mental care, addiction treatment, and other vital support.
709 NW Everett Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Houseless individuals age 18 and over
Must be referred by parole officer or other re-entry program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS
CLACKAMAS COUNTY TRANSITION CENTER
Provides on site Naloxone distribution and usage training. Also offers re-entry resources and services to individuals leaving jail in order to mitigate the risk of return and facilitate a successful transition back into the community. Upon release, clients can conveniently access the center and obtain services such as employment and housing referrals, basic needs, GED courses, parenting skills training, and peer support.
2219 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Individuals at risk of opioid overdose and adults involved in the justice system.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE HOUSING
Free on the Outside offers sober housing for those who are in recovery, people returning home from incarceration, and people experiencing houselessness in the Portland Metro Area.
529 Molalla Avenue
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: People in active recovery who are sober
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
GUIDANCE 2 GREATNESS
BEYOND REENTRY
Agency assists with criminal record and eviction expungement, job development, workplace training, financial literacy, and felony rights with a focus on the African American and BIPOC community. May be able to provide program participants with supplies such as personal protective equipment and a desktop computer. Provides reentry training to women ages 18-24.
Eligibility: Age 18 and older
Reentry Training for women ages 18-24
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
Provides housing, food, clothing, and a comprehensive needs assessment process supported by a case manager to individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness, coping with addiction, those who are in crisis, and/or those who are re-entering the community from incarceration. Establishes networks with partner agencies to offer counseling, identification, schooling, and job placement. Also has in-person assisters to help apply for health insurance.
286 W Marine Drive
Astoria, OR 97103
Eligibility: Homeless men, women, and families
Hours: Call for information
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS NEWBERG AND MCMINNVILLE
Provides housing, food, clothing, and a comprehensive needs assessment process supported by a case manager to individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness, coping with addiction, those who are in crisis, and/or those who are re-entering the community from incarceration. Establishes networks with partner agencies to offer counseling, identification, schooling, and job placement. Also has in-person assisters to help apply for health insurance.
Eligibility: Homeless men, women, and families
Hours: Call for information
MEDICINE WHEEL RECOVERY SERVICES
Provides integrated and holistic outpatient alcohol and drug (A&D) services, co-occurring disorder services, services for DUI offenders, gambling treatment, mental health counseling, and cultural activities. Cultural and spiritual health are core elements of service planning.

Participants are placed according to American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) level of care criteria and participate at the least-intrusive level thought to be effective. Co-occurring services are delivered simultaneously with substance use disorder services and include individualized integrated bio/psycho/social/spiritual assessments, individual and group therapy, and safety and crisis planning. Provides referrals to community partners for medication management and persistent mental health issues that the agency is not specialized in providing.

Staff work with community partners to help participants involved with drug court/criminal justice systems, DHS, veterans court, tribal courts and social service systems, federal courts, etc., with re-entry, addressing barriers to housing, employment, education, stigma, and broken trust with family and community. Provides assessments for risk of recidivism, Rent Well classes, life skills groups that address employment and education readiness, parenting classes, navigation of community resources, and service/volunteer opportunities.
58147 Columbia River Highway
Suite C
Saint Helens, OR 97051
Eligibility: Age 18 and older. Provides culturally specific services for the Native American community.

Some services are gender-specific to enhance healing when gender issues need to be addressed, while other services are co-ed.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

DUII treatment Monday-Friday 2pm-5pm
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
DE MUNIZ RESOURCE CENTER
EX-OFFENDER RESOURCE PROGRAM
Resource Center for people transitioning from incarceration back to the community, who are currently on probation/parole supervision, or otherwise impacted by the criminal justice system. Weekly legal clinic where volunteers offer consultation on civil legal matters. Weekly assistance in applying for health insurance through Cover Oregon. They also provide classes and workshops for ex-offenders on topics such as parenting, personal finance, tenant readiness, and motivation. Provide consultation, information and referral specifically for persons and family members impacted by incarceration or involvement in the criminal justice system. A computer lab is available for computer tutoring, GED preparation, job search and other purposes.
3940 Aumsville Highway SE
Salem, OR 97317
Eligibility: Current or past involvement with criminal justice system. Preference given to those currently on parole supervision and recently released from incarceration.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
SPONSORS INC
MEN'S TRANSITION PROGRAM - ROOSEVELT CROSSING
Provides transitional housing and supportive services to men released in Lane County from Oregon State Prison or the local jail, and currently on post-prison supervision in Lane County. Program lasts 60-90 days and provides housing and case management, as well as assistance with clothing, ID, job searches, and finding long-term housing. Specialized services available for veterans.
338 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Voluntary program accessible to individuals on supervision in or releasing to Lane County. Priority for transitional housing provided to those releasing from state prison who would otherwise be homeless and who are at greatest risk to become reengaged with the criminal justice system without supports. Clients are expected to follow program rules, remain clean and sober (tested by urinalysis and breathalyzer), obtain full-time employment or be enrolled in school full-time, and follow all conditions of their supervision.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
SPONSORS INC
ROSS SHEPARD REENTRY RESOURCE CENTER
Provides employment, housing and resource support to individuals with conviction histories. Services include job counseling, interview preparation support, and educational workshops on resume writing, saving and budgeting, and job/housing search strategies. Also provides assistance preparing educational and financial aid applications, housing packets/applications, and other supports to help individuals with conviction histories overcome barriers to employment and housing access.
338 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Men and women with conviction histories
Hours: By appointment only
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8am-noon and 12:30-4pm, Tuesday 8am-noon and 2pm-4pm, Thursday 8am-noon and 1:15pm-4pm.
SPONSORS INC
WOMEN'S TRANSITION PROGRAM - DOWNTOWN CAMPUS
Provides transitional housing and case management services for women who are currently on parole and/or probation in Lane County. The average length of residential program participation is three months. Case management services include self-sufficiency and life skills training, one-on-one counseling, and recovery and substance abuse support. Participants also receive assistance with employment searches, transportation, and obtaining state identification.
338 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Women released from Oregon State Prison or Lane County Jail to the supervision of Lane County. Clients are expected to follow program rules, stay clean and sober (tested by urinalysis and breathalyzer), obtain full-time employment or be enrolled in school full-time, and follow all conditions of their supervision.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
UNION GOSPEL MISSION OF SALEM
RESTORATION HOUSE
Provides transitional housing for men returning to the community from incarceration. Other services include faith-based guidance, case management, job readiness training and placement assistance, life skills classes, relapse prevention, and mental health support. Graduates of the program may be referred to long term housing re-entry programs.
650 Locust Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Males age 18 and older who have a criminal history, whether recent or not (it is not required to be on probation or parole)
Hours: Call for information
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OREGON
COMMUNITY PARTNERS REINVESTMENT
A collaborative transition program that increases public safety by meeting the developmental and transitional needs of young men who are returning to the community after incarceration. Provides:
-State Prison Transition Services for 6 months pre-release
-Local Jail Transition Services for 3-6 months pre-release
-Community-Based Services for 1 year post prison or jail
-Gang Intervention Services for identified gang members and their families
10564 SE Washington Street
Portland, OR 97216
Eligibility: Incarcerated men ages 18-25 scheduled for release in 3-6 months or active gang members referred by their parole officer
Hours: Call for information
WELCOME HOME OREGON INC
Welcome Home Oregon is a faith-based non-profit re-entry organization that provides basic re-entry support to people recently released from a correctional facility. Services include re-entry/transitional housing and essential needs like food and clothing. Also provides general employment assistance and mentoring.
510 NW 4th Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: Formerly incarcerated individuals who were recently released from a correctional facility and who are on supervision
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, by appointment only
WORKSOURCE OREGON
SE WORKS WORKSOURCE PORTLAND METRO SE
NEWSTART REENTRY RESOURCE CENTER
Provides assistance obtaining SNAP benefits, ID, transportation, training and job placement; support services for clothing, tools, and work boots; referrals for health and mental health; and health care signup. Individuals will be assisted by navigators who link them with referrals and onsite support services.
Eligibility: Individuals who have a criminal background who were released from a State of Oregon or Multnomah County jail within the last 2 years
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
CENTRAL CITY CONCERN
HOUSING RAPID RESPONSE INFORMATIONAL RECORD
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS
CLACKAMAS COUNTY TRANSITION CENTER
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE HOUSING
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
MEDICINE WHEEL RECOVERY SERVICES
MEDICINE WHEEL RECOVERY SERVICES
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
EX-OFFENDER RESOURCE PROGRAM
SPONSORS INC
MEN'S TRANSITION PROGRAM - ROOSEVELT CROSSING
UNION GOSPEL MISSION OF SALEM
RESTORATION HOUSE
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OREGON
COMMUNITY PARTNERS REINVESTMENT
WELCOME HOME OREGON INC
WELCOME HOME OREGON INC