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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
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
HOMELESS SERVICES
Shower and laundry facilities on a first come basis. Laundry is limited to two small loads.
1089 SW 50th Street
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Thursday noon-3pm
BEND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
OPEN DOOR CAFE AND DAY CENTER
The Open Door serves breakfast to those in need of a meal. Also provides showers, hygiene items, a mobile medical van, foot care clinic, case management, employment referrals, laundry vouchers, bus tickets, and mail service. Also accepts donations of clothing.
680 NW Bond Street
Bend, OR 97703
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Wednesday 7:00am-10:30am
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 1pm to 3pm
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 SPRINGFIELD
OASIS
A collaborative project that provides homeless families priority access to a coordinated set of services offered at multiple locations in the G Street neighborhood. The participating organizations function as a campus, with all services within easy walking distance. Services include:
-A safe place to be during the day
-Access to laundry, showers, and restroom facilities
-A place to prepare and eat simple meals
-Help finding affordable housing and employment
-Access to other school- and community-based resources
1025 G Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Eligibility: Homeless families with children
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-4pm, Wednesday 8am-7pm
CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS OUTREACH
OUTREACH AND DROP-IN CENTER
Provides advocacy, job assistance, transitional housing, and case management services for homeless veterans. Conducts outreach to veterans and non-veterans living in homeless camps by providing potable water, food, clothing, phone/fax services, bus passes, legal aid, and Veterans Affairs claims assistance.
61510 S Highway 97
Suite 100
Bend, OR 977023706
Eligibility: Low-income homeless veterans and veterans at risk of eviction. Must have any discharge status other than dishonorable, have at least one day of active service other than training, and have income at or below the 50% AMI for their county of residence. Veterans of discharge status or income level are eligible for referral to housing and other services. Outreach services are available for veteran and non-veteran homeless and low-income individuals and households.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3:45pm
CITYTEAM INTERNATIONAL
DAY SERVICES
Day services include breakfast and dinner, clothes, bathrooms, showers, mail services, and Bible and 12-step substance use recovery classes.
526 SE Grand Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Meals: Individuals and families experiencing homelessness
All other services: Age 18 and older experiencing homelessness
Hours: Breakfast: Monday-Saturday 7am
Dinner: Monday-Saturday 5:45pm-6:30pm
Clothing closet: Monday-Saturday 5:45pm-6:30pm
Mail: 7 days per week 9am-5pm

Bathing facilities:
-Women: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1pm-3pm
-Men: Monday-Saturday 5:45pm-6:30pm
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
FAMILY DAY SERVICES
Families accessing Day Services, or Family Homeless Emergency Services (FHES), have access to a community pantry and shower. Visitors also have access to food boxes, a community phone, mail services, secure document storage, and information and referral.
865 NW Reiman Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Homeless families with minor children. Unable to serve sex offenders.
Hours: Food boxes: Monday-Friday 8am-7pm
Showers: Tuesday/Thursday 9am-noon
CORVALLIS DAYTIME DROP-IN CENTER
Drop-in center providing a space to socialize, coffee and snacks, receive mail, phone charging, employment support, information from local health and social organizations, and counseling. Provides assistance with clothing and shoes, hygiene, medical and dental fees/services, pet assistance, and transportation needs. Also navigation services like: applying for SNAP (food assistance); completing, obtaining, or replacing official documents like driver's license and birth certificates; access to health providers; housing assistance wait lists.
530 SW 4th Street
Corvallis, OR 97333
Eligibility: Homeless and low-income individuals and families; individuals with disabilities
Hours: Basic needs: Monday-Friday 9am-noon
Social Service support: Monday-Friday noon-2pm by appointment
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
FISH OF VANCOUVER
HOMELESS OUTREACH
Provides nutritious snacks, drinks, and hygiene items.
906 Harney Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: People experiencing homelessness
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-2 pm
FRIENDS OF THE CARPENTER
FRIENDSHIP CENTER
Provides a faith-based day facility. Offers simple arts and crafts instruction focusing on woodworking projects. Through the Love Gifts program, participants can receive a grocery store gift card or gasoline voucher valued at about $5 once per week. Complimentary handmade Friends of the Carpenter wood items are also distributed.
1600 W 20th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Community members who identify as homeless, low-income, or vulnerable. Must actively participate and spend some time in the program to receive Love Gifts.
Hours: Friendship Center: Monday-Friday 9am-1:30pm
Love Gifts: Wednesday afternoon 1pm-3pm
GRACE WINS HAVEN
DAY RESOURCE CENTER
Provides sack lunches; one load of laundry per week, per household; clothing; camping gear such as tents or sleeping bags; gas money with proof of insurance and driver's license; bus tickets for appointments or job interviews; financial assistance with acquiring ID or birth certificates; and assistance with job applications and resumes. Services are available on a first come, first serve basis.
437 NE 1st Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-3pm
HOMEPLATE
Weekly drop-in centers where youth can access food, clothing, showers, hygiene products, and receive referrals for other resources. Crafts, sports, games, and other activities may also be held at the drop-in centers. Outreach workers are also available to meet youth anywhere in Washington County to discuss resources.
12520 SW 3rd Street
Beaverton, OR 97005
Eligibility: Youth ages 12-24 who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Youth may access services through HomePlate until their 25th birthday.
Hours: Thursday 6pm-8pm
Hours: Dayspace: Monday-Friday 2pm-5pm
Drop-in: Monday 6pm-8pm, Tuesday 2pm-5pm, Wednesday 6pm-8pm
HOMEPLATE
HOMEPLATE THURSDAY NIGHT DROP IN CENTER
Weekly drop-in centers where youth can access food, clothing, showers, hygiene products, and receive referrals for other resources. Crafts, sports, games, and other activities may also be held at the drop-in centers. Outreach workers are also available to meet youth anywhere in Washington County to discuss resources.
494 E Main Street
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Youth ages 12-24 who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. Youth may access services through HomePlate until their 25th birthday.
Hours: Thursday 6pm-8pm
Hours: Thursday 6pm-8pm
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
Serves homeless youth by providing meals, clothing, laundry, personal hygiene items, showers, referral services, job skill classes, mentoring, recreation, and telephone services.
834 Monroe Street
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Drop-In Center: Ages 16 - 24
Hours: Drop-In Center: Monday-Thursday 1pm -6:30pm, lunch is served at 1pm and dinner at 5pm
JACKSON STREET YOUTH SERVICES
JACKSON STREET YOUTH SERVICE CENTER OUTREACH HUB
YOUTH SERVICE CENTER
(YSC) is a Jackson Street-run youth resource center. After-school programs are run from this site, as well as positive youth development activities. Necessary items/supplies, resources, referrals, support, snacks, and individual case management are also available.
960 Queen Avenue SW
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Ages 10-21. Youth from outside the service area will not be turned away.
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 2:30pm-6pm
Wednesday 1:30pm-5pm
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
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
NEW ROADS
NEW ROADS DROP-IN CENTER AND MEALS
Homeless drop-in center for youth providing laundry facilities, phone use, temporary mailing address, and showers. Provides meals every weekday. Also provides street outreach, case management, mental health counseling, education, and assistance finding housing. Eligible youth will be added to a central housing referral list for all programs they qualify for.
941 W 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Homeless and at-risk youth ages 16-21
Hours: Drop-in Center: Monday/Friday 8:30am-4:45pm, Tuesday/Thursday 8:30am-6:45pm, Wednesday 8:30am-2:45pm

Meals:
-Breakfast: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:30am-9:30am
-Lunch: Monday/Wednesday/Friday noon-1pm
-Snack: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3pm-3:30pm
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
RURAL PROGRAM
LOOKING GLASS RURAL PROGRAM
Drop-in center offering food, clothing and other vital resources. Case management services revolving around assistance in finding and maintaining stable housing are offered. Employment guidance is also available with services including resume preparation, job skills training, and connections to employment opportunities.
508 E Whitaker
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Eligibility: Youth ages 11-21 who are homeless, runaways, or at risk of becoming homeless
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
MADRAS GOSPEL MISSION
COMMUNITY CENTER
Christian-based support organization provides clothing vouchers, winter coats, blankets, and sleeping bags as available. Also offers showers, laundry facilities, Celebrate Recovery for recovering addicts class, and day shelter (on case-by-case basis).
164 SE D Street
Madras, OR 97741
Eligibility: Unrestricted. Does not accept anyone who is under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-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
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
ARCHES PROJECT
ARCHES DAY CENTER
ARCHES provides a drop-in day center to provide basic need services and resource navigation. Basic Need services include: Showers, Laundry, Day sheltering, hygiene kits, and sack lunches. Community mails boxes are also available.
615 Commercial Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Homeless individuals and families
Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:30am-3pm, Thursday 8:30am-Noon
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
COMMUNITY ACTION HOME YOUTH SERVICES
HOME YOUTH SERVICES
Day shelter helps youth with basic needs and to reconnect with the community. Provides three meals a day, laundry, showers, personal items, and resources. Programs include:

Runaway and Homeless Youth Program (RHY): Connects youth and their families to resources that meet their immediate needs. Also provides mediation and counseling resources for family reunification. The goal is safe exits from the streets, achieved through relationships with local law enforcement, street outreach, and working closely with the school district and other community partners.

Youth Empowerment Program (YEP): YEP's 4 elements are internships and jobs, financial literacy, workshops and field trips, and extended support. Youth cohorts go through the program in 3-month cycles and can earn high school credit for their work and experiences during the program.

Rotary Rides: Bicycle loan program where youth can check out a bicycle for 24 hours to get to appointments, school, etc. Must return bike by 7pm the day after checkout.

HOME's Taylor's House has 10 beds to house the community's homeless or runaway youth, and offers holistic services for study support, social activities, job training, and transportation.

Accepts donations of school supplies.
625 Union Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Ages 11-17, 18 if still in school or working towards a GED
Hours: The Drop In: Noon-7pm / 7 days per week
Office: Monday-Friday 8am-6:30pm
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
HOMELESS YOUTH SERVICES
Works to re-engage homeless and at-risk youth with positive adult relationships and role models to increase stability in their lives. Connects youth with intensive case management, culturally appropriate services with the local Native community or other cultural communities, community mentors, neighborhood resources, mental health and alcohol/drug services, educational and employment support services, an on-site clothing closet and food pantry, and on-site and mobile screening for shelter and other safety services.
5135 NE Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Ages 15-24 who are experiencing some level of homelessness
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday 3pm-5pm
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
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
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 HOPE DAY SHELTER
Provides a daytime drop-in center for community members, including community meals, showers, case care management, and hygiene products.
312 NW 2nd Street
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: -Drop in center: Unrestricted
-Community meal: Unrestricted
-Showers: Individuals experiencing homelessness
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
-Community Meal Monday-Friday 11:30am-1pm
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)
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
HOMELESS OUTREACH & ADVOCACY PROJECT (HOAP)
HOMELESS OUTREACH AND ADVOCACY PROJECT (HOAP)
Provides a drop-in center for people who are homeless. Services include information and referral, case management, laundry, clothing, showers, lunch, mailbox access, mental health support groups, and peer support services. Also connects clients with medical services at West Salem Medical Clinic.
694 Church Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Individuals who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, with a focus on serving homeless individuals who also experience mental health issues
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
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
OPEN DOOR HOUSINGWORKS
OPEN DOOR HOMELESS DROP-IN CENTER
Provides day services to homeless clients including clean shower and bathroom facilities with personal hygiene products, a day room to stay out of the elements, and use of phone and mailing address. Hot meals and food boxes provided. Also provides services such as help with benefits, employment, housing, and case management to help clients gain self-sufficiency.
34420 SW Tualatin Valley Highway
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Homeless or at-risk of being homeless, except for food boxes which are available to anyone in need
Hours: -Drop-in center hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
-Hot meals: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday noon-1pm
-Food boxes: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 1pm-3pm
OPERATION NIGHTWATCH
DOWNTOWN HOSPITALITY CENTER
HOSPITALITY CENTER
Offers a safe place where guests can drop in and socialize, play games, and read books. The center provides water, coffee, a hot meal, blankets, socks, and mental health services.
1432 SW 13th Avenue
Portland, OR 97201
Eligibility: People experiencing housing insecurity
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 7pm-10pm
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
P:EAR
p:ear builds positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through a drop-in center that provides arts & music, educational, mentoring, and outdoor recreational programs. Supporting programs to provide a safe space, bus tickets, haircuts, clothing, and support for pregnancy and parenting. Also offer cooking classes, as well as breakfast and lunch. Accepts food and supply donations.
338 NW 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 15-25 who are experiencing homelessness and/or in transition
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 9am-2pm, Breakfast at 9am and Lunch at noon to those served by p:ear
Donations: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION
HOMELESS SERVICES
Offers daily breakfast and dinner during the week; supervised access to private restrooms; limited access to showers for community members; hygiene items for men and women. Showers are primarily available to male shelter guests. For all guests, mail service and basic hygiene products/socks are available daily from the Guest Relations Office.
111 W Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older experiencing houselessness (both men and women) for most services. Meals are open to families experiencing houselessness as well.
Hours: Restrooms available 24 hours per day / 7 days per week, except 6am-7am and 7pm-8pm
Breakfast: 7 days per week 7am
Dinner: 7 days per week 6pm
PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT WASHINGTON COUNTY
HOMELESS DROP IN CENTER
Homeless drop in center offering various services when available:

Dental
Transportation Information
Housing Information
Vision Exams / Services
Haircuts
Showers
Food Stamps
Hygiene Items
Flu Shots
HIV Testing
Bus Passes
Hearing Screening
And other assistance as available
363 SE 6th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Individuals experiencing homelessness
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
RIGHT 2 DREAM TOO
SHORT-TERM SLEEPING AREA
Provides up to 12 hours of safe, uninterrupted sleep for couples, men, and women during the night or day in a tented area. Sleeping necessities are provided for those who may not have any. People are only allowed 12 hours during the day or night and are welcomed to come back after 12 hours in between.
Also offers a clothing closet to assist those in need. Item availability depends on what has been donated and is on hand at any given time.
999 N Thunderbird Way
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Age 18 and older
Hours: Line up at 5pm (DO NOT line up before 5pm). Sign up at 5pm. Check in at 9pm year around.
24 hours per day / 6 days per week, closed to sleepers 7am-8pm on Sundays
Clothing closet hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 10am-4pm
ROSE HAVEN
ROSE HAVEN DAY CENTER
Provides limited food, clothing, diapers, pet food, bus fare, showers and hygiene items. Advocates are available to help connect individuals to community resources. Outdoor gear provided when available. Also offers financial assistance in obtaining ID, storage fees, utility and phone bills, and rental applications. No overnight shelter.
1740 NW Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Single women, women with children, and gender non-conforming individuals
Hours: Services: Monday-Friday 9am-noon
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
EMERGENCY MEN'S SHELTER
Provides an overnight men's shelter and a dayroom that offers showers, laundry facilities, meals, and clothing. Overnight guests must attend chapel service.
752 SE Pine Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older
Hours: Check in before 6:00pm
Shelter curfew is 6:30pm

Meal times:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday 6:30am, Saturday/Sunday 7:30am
Lunch: Monday-Friday noon, Saturday/Sunday 1pm
Dinner: 7 days per week 5:30pm
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
SAMARITAN INN
Shelter with 110 beds for women with or without children. Dayroom open all day for guests at the shelter or not. Provides meals, showers, laundry facilities, and clothing. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
544 W Umpqua Street
Roseburg, OR 97471
Eligibility: Single women, pregnant women, and women with children (boys up to age 14)
Hours: Check in before 6:30pm
Shelter curfew at 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
SAINT ANDRE BESSETTE CATHOLIC CHURCH
HOSPITALITY PROGRAM
Morning Hospitality program currently provides a brown bag lunch and beverage at the doors. Appointments for clothing are taken in the morning (instructions of how to collect clothing provided then). Thursday includes hygiene items.

601 W Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Age 18 and older
Hours: Brown Bag Lunches: Tuesday-Thursday 9:30am-10:30am or earlier if lunches are all given out.
SALVATION ARMY CAMAS/WASHOUGAL
DAY CENTER
Provides a drop-in center which includes restrooms, shower facilities, hygiene kits, coffee, internet access, and a seating area. Self-prep meal options available during lunch and breakfast hours.
1612 I Street
Washougal, WA 98671
Eligibility: People experiencing homelessness
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9am-4pm
SALVATION ARMY FEMALE EMERGENCY DAY CENTER
SAFES DAY CENTER
Day center providing hot meals, beverages, and other resources.
30 SW 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Female-identified individuals age 18 and older. Must be unaccompanied (cannot accommodate children).
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30am-noon
SHEPHERD'S HOUSE MINISTRIES
HOMELESS SERVICES
Offers a 3-7 day overnight shelter stay and 30 additional mats available during severe weather when temperatures drop to 30 degrees or below.

Also offers a drop-in center for those experiencing homelessness providing meals, clothing, winter clothing, blankets, sleeping bags (as available), basic hygiene items, and bathing facilities. Clean and sober environment. Donations accepted.
1854 NE Division Street
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Overnight shelter: Men age 18 and older
Shower facilities: Age 18 and older; women's shower facility available when female staff is present
Drop-in center: Unrestricted
Hours: Clothing and donations: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1pm-3pm, Showers: Tuesday/Thursday 1pm-3pm
ST FRANCIS DINING HALL
Drop in center provides shower facilities, a temporary mailing address, telephone use, a health clinic, and clothing/toiletries when available. Nutritious meals are prepared and served in Parish Hall.


Donations of food, clothing, hygiene, cleaning, sleeping bags, tarps, blankets, and monetary donations are welcome and appreciated. Opportunities to volunteer are available every day.
330 SE 11th Avenue
Church Basement
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Day Shelter: Monday-Thursday 10am-6:15pm, Friday 10am-1:15pm, Sunday 11:30am-4:15pm
Meals: Monday-Friday 5pm-6pm, Sunday 3:30pm-4:30pm
Showers for women: Monday/Wednesday 1:30pm-3:15pm
Showers for men: Tuesday/Thursday 1:30pm-3:15pm
Clothing Closet: Monday-Thursday 3pm-4pm
Mail room: Tuesday 12:30pm-4:30pm, Wednesday/Thursday 12:30pm-4pm
Clinic: Tuesday/Thursday 1:15pm-4pm
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
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
Day center for houseless families and pregnant women that provides a place to shower, make phone calls, pick up mail and messages, do laundry, eat, etc. Families may come and go as they wish during the day.



The Night Shelter Annex is a low-barrier, 90-day wraparound case management and shelter program for families experiencing houselessness. Services include access to individual dorm units, laundry, showers, meals (breakfast and dinner), First Place Kids child care, and First Place Family Center day-access center. Families must first be registered at First Place Family Center to be eligible for the Night Shelter Annex.



Pre-screening is required. Eligible households will be added to a central housing referral list for all programs they qualify for.
1995 Amazon Parkway
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: Families with children under age 18 and pregnant women (proof of pregnancy required)
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
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH SERVICES
YOUTH OUTREACH (YO) SERVICES
Provides youth recreation and activities, including games, computer lab, support and skill groups, mental health services, academic support, youth job skill development, and services for at-risk and runaway/ homeless youth.
719 E 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 11-21
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 11am-8pm
Runaway/Homeless Youth HelpLine 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
2ND STREET COMMUNITY CHURCH
DROP-IN CENTER
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
HOMELESS SERVICES
BEND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
OPEN DOOR CAFE AND DAY CENTER
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
TEEN DROP-IN SERVICES
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
HOUSING TRANSITIONS PROGRAM (HTP)
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
OASIS
CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS OUTREACH
OUTREACH AND DROP-IN CENTER
CITYTEAM INTERNATIONAL
DAY SERVICES
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
FAMILY DAY SERVICES
CORVALLIS DAYTIME DROP-IN CENTER
CORVALLIS DAYTIME DROP-IN CENTER
FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
THE FATHER'S HEART STREET MINISTRY
GRACE WINS HAVEN
DAY RESOURCE CENTER
HOMEPLATE
HOMEPLATE
HOMEPLATE
HOMEPLATE THURSDAY NIGHT DROP IN CENTER
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
HOSEA YOUTH SERVICES
JACKSON STREET YOUTH SERVICES
YOUTH SERVICE CENTER
JOIN
JOIN DAY SPACE FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
JUST COMPASSION RESOURCE CENTER
HOMELESS DAY CENTER
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
NEW ROADS DROP-IN CENTER AND MEALS
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
LOOKING GLASS RURAL PROGRAM
MADRAS GOSPEL MISSION
COMMUNITY CENTER
MASLOW PROJECT
MASLOW PROJECT
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
ARCHES DAY CENTER
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
HOME YOUTH SERVICES
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
HOMELESS YOUTH SERVICES
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
DROP-IN DAY SERVICE CENTER
NEW HOPE DAY SHELTER
NEW HOPE DAY SHELTER
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
CRISIS & INFORMATION HOTLINE
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
HOMELESS OUTREACH AND ADVOCACY PROJECT (HOAP)
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
OPEN DOOR HOUSINGWORKS
OPEN DOOR HOMELESS DROP-IN CENTER
OPERATION NIGHTWATCH
HOSPITALITY CENTER
OUTSIDE IN
OUTSIDE IN DAY PROGRAM
P:EAR
P:EAR
PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION
HOMELESS SERVICES
PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT WASHINGTON COUNTY
HOMELESS DROP IN CENTER
RIGHT 2 DREAM TOO
SHORT-TERM SLEEPING AREA
ROSE HAVEN
ROSE HAVEN DAY CENTER
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
EMERGENCY MEN'S SHELTER
ROSEBURG RESCUE MISSION
SAMARITAN INN
SAINT ANDRE BESSETTE CATHOLIC CHURCH
HOSPITALITY PROGRAM
SALVATION ARMY FEMALE EMERGENCY DAY CENTER
SAFES DAY CENTER
SHEPHERD'S HOUSE MINISTRIES
HOMELESS SERVICES
ST FRANCIS DINING HALL
ST FRANCIS DINING HALL
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
EUGENE SERVICE STATION
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
FIRST PLACE FAMILY CENTER
THE DEVEREUX CENTER
DROP-IN CENTER
TRANSITION PROJECTS
RESOURCE CENTER AT BUD CLARK COMMONS
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH (YO) SERVICES