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COMMUNITY ACTION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY
COMMUNITY ACTION HILLSBORO FAMILY SHELTER
HILLSBORO FAMILY SHELTER
Provides a year-round shelter that can house families for up to five weeks. Tenant education is available to shelter residents. Residents meet regularly with a family advocate to work on goals, establish a financial plan, and find stable permanent housing. Also provides support for school-aged children to stay in their neighborhood schools. Emergency food boxes are available.
210 SE 12th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Shelter: Families with minor children and pregnant women. Preference is given to families living on the street and women who are over 8 months pregnant.
Food boxes: Unrestricted
Hours: Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Waitlist: Must be referred by Community Connect
Food box: Requests accepted Monday-Friday 5:30pm-9pm, Saturday/Sunday 9am-9pm
BOISE RESCUE MISSION MINISTRIES
CITY LIGHT HOME FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Offers meals and emergency shelter. Shelter services include clothing provision, education, work-search assistance, mental health counseling, addiction recovery through the New Life Program, children’s programs, and coordination services with Boise Veteran's Affairs for homeless female veterans. Eligible community members will not be turned away for food or a clean bed due to lack of space.
1404 W Jefferson Street
Boise, ID 83702
Eligibility: Women experiencing homelessness, women with children, and women who are veterans
Hours: Shelter check in: 7 days per week 4pm
Breakfast: Sunday-Friday 6am, Saturday 8am
Lunch: 7 days per week noon
Dinner: 7 days per week 5:30pm
BOISE RESCUE MISSION MINISTRIES
VALLEY WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S SHELTER
Offers overnight emergency shelter. Services at the shelter include meals, clothing, and case management. Boise Rescue Mission Ministries has a policy to never turn down anyone for food or shelter due to a lack of space.
869 W Corporate Lane
Nampa, ID 83651
Eligibility: Women and women with minor children
Hours: Overnight shelter check-in: 7 days per week 4pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS (CHA)
A collaboration of multiple agencies that provide a centralized coordinated access point for households experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis to seek assistance. Eligible households will be assessed for services and added to a central Housing Referral List for all programs they qualify for. This is not a crisis line, and there may be a wait for both shelter and housing.

Participating Housing Programs:
-Central City Concern’s Chez Ami
-Clackamas Women’s Services
-DevNW Joint Transitional & Rapid Rehousing for Youth
-Do Good's Veteran's Village and Clayton Mohr Commons
-Housing Authority of Clackamas County’s Shelter+Care, VASH
-Parrot Creek's Avalon and HomeSafe
-Immigrant and Refugee Community Org. Rapid Rehousing for Survivors of Domestic Violence
-Northwest Housing Alternatives' Annie Ross House (Emergency Shelter) and HomeBase (Rapid Rehousing)
-Clackamas Social Services’ Aurora Shelter, Housing Our Families, Bridges to Housing, HOPE I, Hope II, Jackson Transitional Housing, Lake Oswego Transitional Shelter Ministry, Rent Well Rapid Rehousing, Housing Our Heroes, Veteran's Rapid Rehousing, Veteran's Rental Assistance Program
-Transition Projects SSVF Rapid Rehousing
-Covid Rent Relief Program
2051 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Individuals and families who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless seeking prevention/diversion services to stay in their current homes
Hours: 7 days per week 8am-8pm
FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER WASHINGTON COUNTY
Provides a small shelter program and case management. Families live and sleep at one of our shelter houses. Staff work closely with the families, giving them individual attention and support to help them become self-sufficient. A family advocate is assigned to each family to make a tailored plan for permanent housing.



Family Promise of Greater Washington County operates four programs: Prevention, Remote, Shelter, and Stabilization.
5625 SW Erickson Avenue
Beaverton, OR 97123
Eligibility: Families with children age 0-18 and pregnant women. Must be clean and sober.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
FAMILY PROMISE OF LINCOLN COUNTY
FAMILY SHELTER
Provides a shelter program with supportive services including access to a day center which provides a kitchen, laundry, showers, and a computer work station; case management services for support and resource navigation; and life skills, parenting, financial literacy, nutrition, and second class renters' courses.
5030 SE Highway 101
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: Homeless and low-income families with children under age 18 or receiving services from Lincoln County School District and pregnant women. Prospective clients must be clean and sober, and pass a background check.
Hours: Intake: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon
FAMILY PROMISE OF METRO EAST
FAMILY PROMISE OF METRO EAST FAMILY SHELTER
Provides shelter with case management services. Residents must undergo a background check, remain clean and sober for the duration of their stay, and be willing to participate in the organization's program to overcome barriers and apply for sustainable housing. Preference is given to families whose last housed location was in Fairview, Gresham, northeast Portland, southeast Portland, Troutdale, or Wood Village.
4837 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Homeless families with minor children. Does not accept clients fleeing domestic violence.
Hours: Phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-9pm
FAMILY PROMISE OF THE MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY
Provides short-term emergency shelter, case management, and other housing resources to homeless families. Families must take responsibility for developing and then working on a plan to move towards self-sufficiency with the input and help of the Family Case Manager. The program's goal is to assist families in securing stable, permanent housing within 30 days. This is a faith-based program but does not require any affiliation, belief, or attendance at religious services.
1055 Edgewater Street NW
Salem, OR 97304
Eligibility: Homeless families (individuals or couples accompanied by their children under age 18). Pregnant women will be considered on a space availability basis. Parents must consistently monitor their children's behavior and activity. Families are responsible for following behavior guidelines. No active alcohol/drug usage. Past usage is considered on a case-by-case basis. Each adult must consent to a criminal background check. Past convictions are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Hours: Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week

Day Center for clients: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
GOOD NEIGHBOR CENTER
FAMILY SHELTER
Provides a family shelter with active assessment and action plans, tenant education, and support. Families have up to six weeks to fulfill their plans and goals, but each case is handled differently depending on individual situations. Families also have access to their own private rooms. The shelter is run by volunteers and permanent staff that provide three meals per day. Waitlist management is done through Community Connect.
11130 SW Greenburg Road
Tigard, OR 97223
Eligibility: Families with children age 18 and younger. Preference for families living on the street and women over 8 months pregnant.
Hours: 7 days per week / 6am-9:30pm
GOSPEL RESCUE MISSION
GOSPEL RESCUE MISSION FIKSO FAMILY CENTER WOMEN'S SHELTER
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S SHELTER
Provides shelter for women and children, subject to review every 30 days. Residents must attend morning and evening chapel and Sunday church services.
530 SW Foundry Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: Single women and women with children age 17 and younger. No smoking or drug use allowed. No male visitors are allowed in the shelter at any time.
Hours: Intake Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon
Shelter hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
HELPING HANDS REENTRY BYBEE LAKES
BYBEE LAKES HOPE CENTER
Offering short-term emergency shelter for up to four nights and a long-term reentry program. Bybee Lakes Hope Center's physical location is in Portland, Oregon.
14355 N Bybee Lake Court
Portland, OR 97203
Eligibility: -Adults age 18 and older and families with minor children under ages 0-12
-Service animals are allowed, but they must be licensed, up-to-date on shots, and registered
-Does not accept registered sex offenders
Hours: Intake hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
HELPING HANDS REENTRY YAMHILL
Provides emergency shelter, 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.
28380 NE Wilsonville Road
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Men, women, and families experiencing homelessness
Shelter Services: Clients must not have or be under the influence of any intoxicants on-site or individuals with a registered sex offense
Hours: Call for information
JEFFERSON COUNTY FAITH BASED NETWORK
MADRAS SECURE CARE SHELTER SERVICE CENTER
SECURE CARE SHELTER SERVICES
Provides a low barrier overnight shelter for people experiencing homelessness. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available for overnight shelter guests. Dinner is availalbe for non-shelter guests. Offers access to case management services, showers, laundry services, and haircuts.
61 NW Oak Street
Madras, OR 97741
Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older and families with children. One pet per household.
Hours: Shelter: 6pm-7am; Check in 6pm-10pm
Dinner: 7 days per week 6pm-7:30pm
Showers: Monday 7am-3pm
Laundry: Friday 5pm drop off, Saturday 5pm pick up
Haircuts: Call to schedule
KLAMATH FALLS GOSPEL MISSION RECOVERY CENTER
BERRY HOUSE
Provides an emergency/short term shelter.
1931 Mission Avenue
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: Women with children age 0-10; prospective guests must be clean and sober before intake
Hours: Intake hours vary daily between 9am-5pm
MASLOW PROJECT
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
This is an access point for being placed on Jackson County's Centralized Interest List for housing.
500 Monroe Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Youth (age 24 or younger) or families with minor children who are currently experiencing homelessness.
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
NEIGHBORIMPACT
NEIGHBORIMPACT BEND
EMERGENCY SHELTER
Provides a low barrier, temporary shelter to households experiencing homelessness. Sobriety is not required, but substances and their use are not allowed on site. The unit provided a private bedroom and bath for each household. Guests must meet weekly with a supportive services advocate.
20310 Empire Avenue
Suite A100
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older and families with children
Hours: Intake line: Tuesdays and Thursdays noon-4pm
Stepping Stone office hours: 7 days per week 8am-8pm
OUR JUST FUTURE
LILAC MEADOWS FAMILY SHELTER
211info manages a waitlist to access family shelters in Multnomah County, in partnership with the Joint Office of Homeless Services (JOHS) and various shelter providers.

Shelter space is available for up to 4 months once accessed and may have the following amenities: private locked space to reside, meals, microwave, limited storage, showers, laundry facility and a housing caseworker to help overcome barriers and obtain long-term housing.

Please note this is not an immediate service and access to shelter is off of a waitlist and the time before accessing shelter could be a few weeks to months and is based on availability of shelter space.
Eligibility: Families (any combination of adults) with at least one minor child under the age of 18 OR pregnant individuals in their 3rd trimester (28 weeks+) who are homeless, meeting one of the following:
-Staying in a place not meant for human habitation (car, tent, park, garage, etc.)
-Unsafely doubled up/couch surfing
-In a motel temporarily
-Exiting an institution (shelter, transitional housing, jail, hospital) where you temporarily resided for 90 days or less and were homeless prior
-At imminent risk of losing housing (must have an official eviction notice)

Families who are currently on a lease and do not have an eviction notice are not eligible.
Youth under 18 with children or pregnant are not eligible for this program.

Pets allowed. The number of pets and type of pets allowed vary by shelter. If you are offered a shelter space, the caseworker working with you will coordinate the shelter that best suits the family and their pets upon shelter placement.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week to be added to waitlist to complete screening intake assessment
8am-6pm 7 days per week for screening intake assessment

Individual shelter hours vary but once shelter is accessed families can stay up to 4 months.
PATH HOME
FAMILY VILLAGE SHELTER
211info manages a waitlist to access family shelters in Multnomah County, in partnership with the Joint Office of Homeless Services (JOHS) and various shelter providers.

Shelter space is available for up to 4 months once accessed and may have the following amenities: private locked space to reside, meals, microwave, limited storage, showers, laundry facility and a housing caseworker to help overcome barriers and obtain long-term housing.

Please note this is not an immediate service and access to shelter is off of a waitlist and the time before accessing shelter could be a few weeks to months and is based on availability of shelter space.
Eligibility: Families (any combination of adults) with at least one minor child under the age of 18 or pregnant individuals in their 3rd trimester (28 weeks+) who are homeless, meeting one of the following:

-Staying in a place not meant for human habitation (car, tent, park, garage, etc.)
-Unsafely doubled up/couch surfing
-In a motel temporarily
-Exiting an institution (shelter, transitional housing, jail, hospital) where you temporarily resided for 90 days or less and were homeless prior
-At imminent risk of losing housing (must have an official eviction notice)

Families who are currently on a lease and do not have an eviction notice are not eligible.
Youth under 18 with children or pregnant are not eligible for this program.

Pets allowed. The number of pets and type of pets allowed vary by shelter. If you are offered a shelter space, the caseworker working with you will coordinate the shelter that best suits the family and their pets upon shelter placement.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week to be added to waitlist to complete screening intake assessment
8am-6pm 7 days per week for screening intake assessment

Individual shelter hours vary but once shelter is accessed families can stay up to 4 months.
REDEMPTION HOUSE MINISTRIES
REDEMPTION HOUSE
Women and families transitional shelter for 17 individuals nightly. A shower and load of laundry is offered for guests. Dinner and sack breakfast provided for people staying overnight.
780 E 1st Street
Prineville, OR 97754
Eligibility: Women age 18 and older and their children
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ROCKWOOD FAMILY SHELTER
FAMILY TOWER SHELTER
211info manages a waitlist to access family shelters in Multnomah County, in partnership with the Joint Office of Homeless Services (JOHS) and various shelter providers.

Shelter space is available for up to 4-6months once accessed and may have the following amenities: private locked space to reside, meals, microwave, limited storage, showers, laundry facility, and a housing caseworker to help overcome barriers and obtain long-term housing.

Please note this is not an immediate service and access to shelter is off of a waitlist. The time before accessing shelter could be a few weeks to months and is based on availability of shelter space.
Eligibility: Families (any combination of adults) with a minor child under the age of 18 or pregnant individuals in their 3rd trimester (28 weeks+) who are homeless and experiencing one of the following:

-Staying in a place not meant for human habitation (car, tent, park, garage, etc.)

-Unsafely doubled up/couch surfing
-In a motel temporarily

-Exiting an institution (shelter, transitional housing, jail, hospital) where you temporarily resided for 90 days or less and were homeless prior

-At imminent risk of losing housing (must have an official eviction notice)

Pets are allowed. The number and type of pets accepted vary by shelter. If offered a shelter space, the caseworker will coordinate the shelter that best suits the family and their pets upon shelter placement.



NOT eligible for this program:

-Families who are currently on a lease and do not have an eviction notice

-Youth under 18 with children or pregnant
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week to be added to waitlist to complete screening intake assessment
8am-6pm 7 days per week for screening intake assessment

Individual shelter hours vary but once shelter is accessed families can stay up to 4 months.
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
SAMARITAN INN
Provides a shelter with 110 beds including meals, showers, laundry facilities, and clothing. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
544 W Umpqua Street
Roseburg, OR 97471
Eligibility: Women over age 18, pregnant women, and women with children (boys up to age 14)
Hours: Check in: 6pm for new residents; earlier arrangements can be made if referred by a social service organization, law enforcement, or medical provider
Shelter curfew: 6:30pm
Meals:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday 7am-7:30am, Saturday/Sunday 8am-8:30am
Lunch: Monday-Friday noon-12:30pm, Saturday/Sunday 1pm-1:30pm
Dinner: 7 days per week 5pm-5:30pm
SEVERE WEATHER CLACKAMAS COUNTY
OVERNIGHT WINTER WARMING SHELTER
Centralized website updated daily after 1pm detailing which shelters and warming centers will be open during severe weather conditions. Volunteer opportunities are available to help with cold weather response.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Website: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
SHELTERCARE
SHELTERCARE SHORT TERM HOUSING
FAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM
Provides homelessness prevention services, emergency shelter, advocacy, assistance in finding income and housing, supportive services, and information and referral. Transitional services available. Helps families develop and address goals with focus on maintaining stable housing. Eligible households will be added to a central housing referral list for all programs they qualify for.
969 Highway 99N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Adults experiencing homelessness with children under age 18
Hours: Monday/Wednesday 9am-noon and 2pm-4pm, Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 9am-noon
ST VINCENT DE PAUL MEDFORD
ST ANTHONY FAMILY SHELTER
Provides a clean and sober emergency shelter for families.
2424 N Pacific Highway
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Homeless families (single males with children, single females with children, and couples with children). Must be able to pass a drug test and a criminal background check. No dogs allowed.
Hours: Shelter: 7 days per week 4pm-10am
Sign in: Monday-Friday 10am-11am
Interviews: By appointment
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY
ST VINCENT DE PAUL FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
Provides a low-barrier shelter with a wraparound case management program for families experiencing homelessness. Services include access to individual dorm units, laundry, showers, meals (breakfast and dinner), mail services, and the day center. Case management focuses on supporting families to identify their goals toward self-sufficiency which may include employment support, housing resources, academic enrollment and support, childcare options, and other community resources. Pre-screening is required. Eligible households will be added to a central housing referral list for all programs they qualify for.
4060 W Amazon Drive
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: Families with children under age 18 and pregnant women (proof of pregnancy required)
Hours: 7 days per week 9am-5pm
UNION GOSPEL MISSION OF SALEM
SIMONKA PLACE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN
EMERGENCY SHELTER
Provides emergency shelter to homeless women and homeless women with children. Services include food, emergency clothing, laundry, mail services, case management, and Christian-based mental and addiction counseling. The New Life Fellowship is a 12-month Christian discipleship and recovery program available to women staying at the shelter. This program includes life skills classes, education, and GED prep.
5119 River Road N
Keizer, OR 973030431
Eligibility: Females age 18 and older. Children are allowed to stay with their mothers (but no boys 17 years or older), Service animals accepted (individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability)
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
COMMUNITY ACTION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY
HILLSBORO FAMILY SHELTER
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS (CHA)
FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER WASHINGTON COUNTY
FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER WASHINGTON COUNTY
FAMILY PROMISE OF LINCOLN COUNTY
FAMILY SHELTER
FAMILY PROMISE OF METRO EAST
FAMILY PROMISE OF METRO EAST FAMILY SHELTER
FAMILY PROMISE OF THE MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY
FAMILY PROMISE OF THE MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY
GOOD NEIGHBOR CENTER
FAMILY SHELTER
GOSPEL RESCUE MISSION
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S SHELTER
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
BYBEE LAKES HOPE CENTER
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
HELPING HANDS REENTRY YAMHILL
JEFFERSON COUNTY FAITH BASED NETWORK
SECURE CARE SHELTER SERVICES
KLAMATH FALLS GOSPEL MISSION RECOVERY CENTER
BERRY HOUSE
MASLOW PROJECT
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
NEIGHBORIMPACT
EMERGENCY SHELTER
REDEMPTION HOUSE MINISTRIES
REDEMPTION HOUSE
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
SAMARITAN INN
SHELTERCARE
FAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM
ST VINCENT DE PAUL MEDFORD
ST ANTHONY FAMILY SHELTER
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY
FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
UNION GOSPEL MISSION OF SALEM
EMERGENCY SHELTER