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JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
This is an access point for being placed on Jackson County's Centralized Interest List for housing.
3630 Aviation Way
Medford, OR 97504
Eligibility: Households experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Access also focuses specifically on serving veterans experiencing homelessness.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30am-6pm, Friday 8am-4:30pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS
A collaboration of multiple agencies that provide a centralized access point for households experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis to seek assistance. Eligible households will be 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: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
COMMUNITY WORKS
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
This is an access point for being placed on Jackson County's Centralized Interest List for housing.
2594 E Barnett Road
Suite C
Medford, OR 97504
Eligibility: Households experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Community Works focuses specifically on serving people experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or trafficking, as well as youth.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
COUNCIL FOR THE HOMELESS
HOUSING SOLUTIONS CENTER
Provides telephone and/or in-person screening and assessment for households who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Telephone screenings are provided for emergency shelter (men's, women's, couples, and families) and winter shelter, including severe weather sites and homeless safe parking programs. Households are assessed for eligibility for rental assistance/housing programs (prevention, rapid re-housing, transitional, and permanent supportive), as well as diversion programs. Funding is limited and assistance is not guaranteed.
2306 NE Andresen Road
Suite A
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: -Individuals, couples, and families who are homeless (not couch-surfing), age 18 and older
-Rental assistance may include some of the following requirements: Must have a 14-day pay or vacate or eviction notice, be doubled up/couch surfing, meet income eligibility requirements, and/or reside or be able to find a rental unit within the city limits of Vancouver. Program availability fluctuates throughout the year.
Hours: November 1- March 31: Phone/text Monday-Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday/Sunday/holidays 11am-8pm
April 1- October 31: Phone/text Monday 9am-8pm, Tuesday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday/Sunday/holidays 11am-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 experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless.
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
This is an access point for being placed on Jackson County's Centralized Interest List for housing.
2350 Ashland Street
Ashland, OR 97520
Eligibility: Households experiencing homelessness, at risk of becoming homeless, or in need of resources.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
AGAPE HOUSE
MARTHA'S HOUSE
Provides transitional housing to families with children. Families are also provided supportive services such as job readiness, budgeting and other life skills in preparation for independent living.
500 Harper Road
Hermiston, OR 97838
Eligibility: Families with children, single women, and must be drug free.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1pm-3pm
ALBANY HELPING HANDS
EMERGENCY SHELTER AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Provides shelter and transitional housing for men and women, as well as a transitional home for mothers with children. Showers, laundry, telephone, mail, and other supportive services are available to those houseless.
619 SE 9th Avenue
Albany, OR 97322
Eligibility: Age 18 and older and adult mothers with minor children. Service animals only.
Hours: Shelter services: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Check-in: 7 days per week 8am-8pm
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
BIPOC VILLAGE-MODEL ALTERNATIVE SHELTER
OUTDOOR TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS
Offers twp village-model alternative shelters for a safe and healthy place to sleep. Each site hosts a different amount of tiny-home shelters with heat and electricity. Sleeping cots and sleeping bags are provided. Individuals are not allowed to use their own tents/sleeping bags, but they can store them on-site with any other belongings.

Also provides access to regular meals, drinking water, showers, laundry, restrooms, phone charging station, cooking area, and regular trash service.

In accordance with CDC and Public Health guidelines on physical distancing, each site will be placed within 12’x12’ spaces, and will be uniformly spaced to create at least 10 feet of separation between each site. Each site will have a fence and a designated point of entry to protect residents’ privacy and to keep the sites secure.

Accepts donations of socks, underwear, blankets, towels, hygiene items, pet supplies, camping tents, and tarps.
84 NE Weidler Street
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: Adults and couples age 18 and older who are currently experiencing homelessness. Pets allowed.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
MULTNOMAH VILLAGE
Provides a temporary stay 30 unit tiny home village model shelter with access to case management, food preparation, laundry, showers, toilets, and substance use and mental health supports. Clients may bring personal belongings.
2731 SW Multnomah Boulevard
Portland, OR 97219
Eligibility: Adults age 18 or older, pets are allowed
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
QUEER AFFINITY VILLAGE-MODEL ALTERNATIVE SHELTER
OUTDOOR TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS
Offers twp village-model alternative shelters for a safe and healthy place to sleep. Each site hosts a different amount of tiny-home shelters with heat and electricity. Sleeping cots and sleeping bags are provided. Individuals are not allowed to use their own tents/sleeping bags, but they can store them on-site with any other belongings.

Also provides access to regular meals, drinking water, showers, laundry, restrooms, phone charging station, cooking area, and regular trash service.

In accordance with CDC and Public Health guidelines on physical distancing, each site will be placed within 12’x12’ spaces, and will be uniformly spaced to create at least 10 feet of separation between each site. Each site will have a fence and a designated point of entry to protect residents’ privacy and to keep the sites secure.

Accepts donations of socks, underwear, blankets, towels, hygiene items, pet supplies, camping tents, and tarps.
42 SE Water Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Adults and couples age 18 and older who are currently experiencing homelessness. Pets allowed.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
BETHLEHEM INN
FAMILIES FIRST PROGRAM
Providing shelter stays for an average of 10 weeks (extended stays depending on circumstances). Services available to residents:
-Meals
-School-aged children are able to attend their existing school within Central Oregon
-Case management
-On-site laundry facility
-Access to personal hygiene products and clothing
-Weekly access to on-site Alcoholics Anonymous sessions
-Access to community resources

Does not provide rent assistance.
3705 N Highway 97
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Families with children under age 18 (children over 18 would be housed in the Next Steps adult program). Must meet following requirements:
-Must pass drug test (drug/alcohol testing during intake and at random)
-Must not have a registered sex offense
-Reasonable accommodations for service animals
-School-aged children must be enrolled in school
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week; must check in by 5:30pm
BETHLEHEM INN
NEXT STEPS ADULT PROGRAM
Providing shelter and supportive services. All approved residents are eligible for a 10 week stay. An extension may be granted upon participation in case management, meeting individual goals to improve self-sufficiency, and following the rules of the Bethlehem Inn. Maximum occupancy of 6 residents per room.

Residents have access to:
-3 meals per day
-Case management
-Personal hygiene products and clothing
-On-site laundry facility
-Weekly on-site Alcoholics Anonymous sessions
-Other community resources

Residents are subject to a curfew and on-site drug and alcohol testing. Does not provide rent assistance.
3705 N Highway 97
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Age 18 and older. Must pass drug test (drug/alcohol testing during intake and at random). Must not have a registered sex offense. Reasonable accommodations for service animals.
Hours: Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Call for more information
BETHLEHEM INN
BETHLEHEM INN REDMOND SHELTER
NEXT STEPS ADULT PROGRAM
Providing shelter and supportive services. All approved residents are eligible for a 10 week stay. An extension may be granted upon participation in case management, meeting individual goals to improve self-sufficiency, and following the rules of the Bethlehem Inn. Maximum occupancy of 6 residents per room.

Residents have access to:
-3 meals per day
-Case management
-Personal hygiene products and clothing
-On-site laundry facility
-Weekly on-site Alcoholics Anonymous sessions
-Other community resources

Residents are subject to a curfew and on-site drug and alcohol testing. Does not provide rent assistance.
517 NW Birch Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Age 18 and older. Must pass drug test (drug/alcohol testing during intake and at random). Must not have a registered sex offense. Reasonable accommodations for service animals.
Hours: Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Call for more information
BLANCHET HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY
BLANCHET FARM TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM
BLANCHET FARM SHELTER
Clean and sober housing and working farm offering support that will allow a person to gain sobriety and take the necessary steps to becoming self-sufficient again. AA and NA support groups help build a foundation in recover and the connection of friendships by working and living together towards a common goal.
11750 Finn Hill Loop
Carlton, OR 97111
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
BLANCHET HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY
Offers a 7-month Residential Living Program with case management services. Residents start with in-house work programs and progress to securing stable, independent employment. Blanchet House is a safe and sober living environment.
310 NW Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
BOISE RESCUE MISSION MINISTRIES
SONRISE MANOR: A TRANSITIONAL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY
SONRISE MANOR
Provides safe, stable, and supportive housing for people transitioning from homelessness to indepedent living.
1777 S Curtis Road
Boise, ID 83705
Eligibility: People transitioning from homelessness to independent living
Hours: Call for information
BOYS AND GIRLS AID
BOYS AND GIRLS AID BEAVERTON
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Housing and supportive services for homeless youth. Includes case management, employment and educational assistance, skill building, and recreational activities. Youth may remain in the program for up to two years. Some openings available for parenting youth.
8196 SW Hall Boulevard
Suite 102
Beaverton, OR 97008
Eligibility: Ages 18-23 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and young single parents with children
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT
HOUSING SERVICES
Case managers help HIV/AIDS-affected individuals find housing and related resources. Services include short-term and long-term housing search assistance, one-time emergency rental assistance for security deposits or to prevent evictions.
520 NW Davis Street
Suite 215
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: HIV/AIDS-affected individuals
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT LONGVIEW
HOUSING SERVICES
Case managers help HIV/AIDS-affected individuals find housing and related resources. Services include short-term and long-term housing search assistance, one-time emergency rental assistance for security deposits or to prevent evictions, utility assistance, eviction prevention, and tenant education programs.
1338 Commerce Avenue
Ste 204
Longview, WA 98632
Eligibility: HIV/AIDS-affected individuals
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT VANCOUVER
HOUSING SERVICES
Case managers help HIV/AIDS-affected individuals find housing and related resources. Services include short-term and long-term housing search assistance, electric service payment assistance, mortgage assistance, one-time emergency rental assistance for security deposits or to prevent evictions.
100 E 33rd Street
Suite 201A
Vancouver, WA 98663
Eligibility: HIV/AIDS-affected individuals
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER THE LOFT
LIVING OPTIONS FOR TEENS (LOFT)
Transitional living program with 10-12 beds for both male and female youth. Housing is available for up to two years. Services include education planning and completion, job/employment search assistance, life skills training, career planning, and help in transitioning to self-sufficient living
19 SW Century Drive
Bend, OR 97702
Eligibility: Ages 16-20 who are considered homeless
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES EUGENE
HOUSING PROGRAMS
Catholic Community Services (CCS) staff provide access to a county-wide housing referral waitlist for individuals and households with children who are homeless or at risk of losing housing. Eligible households will be added to a central housing referral list for all programs for which they qualify. Slots for transitional housing and one-time emergency rental assistance are accessed through housing counseling appointments, on a first-come, first-served basis based on available assistance. Housing counseling may include assistance with housing applications, referral to additional housing resources, and classes on life skills and financial budgeting.
1464 W 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Applicants must meet federal poverty guidelines and be homeless or at risk of losing housing. For rent assistance, rent must be past due or due within the next 10 days. For rental deposit assistance, applicant must be arranged to move into new housing.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3:30pm
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4:30pm

Rent Assistance: Waitlist opens Mondays at 9am as funding allows.
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES SPRINGFIELD
HOUSING PROGRAMS
Catholic Community Services (CCS) staff provide access to a county-wide housing referral waitlists for individuals and households with children who are homeless or at risk of losing housing. One-time emergency rental assistance is also available for eligible households, accessible through a waitlist and as funding allows. Housing counselors assist with housing applications, referral to additional housing resources, and support with removing barriers to housing.
1025 G Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Eligibility: Applicants must meet federal poverty guidelines and be homeless or at risk of losing housing. For rent assistance, rent must be past due or due within the next 10 days. For rental deposit assistance, applicant must be arranged to move into new housing.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4:30pm

Rent Assistance: Waitlist opens Mondays at 9am as funding allows.
CENTRAL CITY CONCERN
HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
Provides housing and support services for families and individuals in recovery, people with mental health issues, people living with HIV/AIDS or other chronic conditions, and people with a history of criminal involvement. Provides housing linked to employment, fair market, low-income housing, and Section 8 housing. Also provides Grant and Per Diem veteran transitional housing.
523 NW Everett Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Homeless individuals and families in recovery, people with mental health issues, people living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions, and/or a history of criminal involvement.
Grant and Per Diem: veterans experiencing homelessness.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CENTRAL OREGON COORDINATED ENTRY SYSTEM
COORDINATED ENTRY SYSTEM
The Coordinated Entry System (CES) connects people to appropriate housing programs based on their needs, including emergency shelter, transitional housing, emergency housing vouchers (EHV) and other expense assistance to find and maintain housing.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Shelters: Single adults, youth, couples, families, and veterans experiencing homelessness who are:
-Living and sleeping outside, in a car, or in places not meant for human habitation
-Staying in a shelter or transitional housing
-Fleeing/attempting to flee domestic violence
-Exiting an institution (jail, prison, a psychiatric hospital, medical hospital, or a drug/alcohol treatment program) where they resided for up to 90 days and were homeless before entering that institution

Housing Assistance:
-Struggling to pay rent
-Have an eviction notice due to non-payment
-Income is 50% Area Median Income (AMI) or below
Hours: Phone: Tuesday/Thursday noon-4pm
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
CENTRO LATINO AMERICANO
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
Offers case management for resource navigation and housing searches. Eligible household will be screened and added to a central housing referral list for all programs they qualify for.
944 W 5th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Latino and immigrant population is primary focus, but will serve all who seek services.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12:30pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS
A collaboration of multiple agencies that provide a centralized access point for households experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis to seek assistance. Eligible households will be 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: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
CLATSOP COMMUNITY ACTION
RENTAL ASSISTANCE
Provides several forms of housing and rental assistance:
-Housing Stabilization Program (HSP): one-time rental or deposit assistance for families
-Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG): one-time rental assistance or rental deposit assistance
-Continuum of Care (CoC): 2 transitional apartment rental units and 4 Federal housing programs assisting unsheltered youth age 18-24, DV survivors, and chronically homeless families
-Emergency Housing Assistance (EHA) One time rental or deposit assistance for families
-Elderly Rental Assistance (ERA) One time rental or deposit assistance for individuals age 58 or over
364 9th Street
Astoria, OR 97103
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm
COLUMBIACARE SERVICES VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Administers the VA Grant and Per Diem (GPD) transitional housing program, which promotes the development and provision of supportive housing and/or supportive services. The goal of the program is to help homeless veterans achieve residential stability, increase their skill levels and/or income, and gain greater self-determination.
601 N Grape Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Veterans experiencing homelessness. Veterans do not have to be earning any income to be eligible.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
COMMUNITY ACTION RESOURCE ENTERPRISES INC
HOMELESS SERVICES
Provides services to people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness through case management, transitional housing, rapid re-housing, permanent supportive housing and veteran's housing services. Provides personal grooming items.
2310 1st Street
Suite 2
Tillamook, OR 97141
Eligibility: Must be homeless or at risk of being homeless
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-11:30 and noon-4pm
COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM
HOUSING SOLUTIONS HOUSING PROGRAMS
Assists individuals and families in locating and securing affordable permanent housing. Programs include permanent housing for people with disabilities and chronically homeless households.
125 N 17th Street
Saint Helens, OR 97051
Eligibility: Low-income households
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-5pm
COMMUNITY OF HOPE
Christian faith-based program offering long-term shelter for up to eight single-parent families. Shelter program is for 4-6 months and includes mentoring and life skills classes as well as help to find work and permanent housing. This shelter cannot provide a secure space for survivors of domestic violence.

Donations of pillows and blankets are always in need. Other items listed on website.
8911 N Leonard Street
Portland, OR 97203
Eligibility: -Single-parent households. No couples. Call for more information.
-Must not have a history of sexual harassment or violence. Must agree to not use alcohol, marijuana, or illegal drugs while living at the house.
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
SUNFLOWER FAMILY SHELTER
Provides transitional housing for families, who work with a case manager during their stay to become self-sufficient. Clients may access an on-site food pantry, intensive case management, and phone, mail, and message services. Also offers life skills, nutrition, cooking, parenting, communication, health education, computer, and financial classes. Uninsured clients have access to on-site drug and alcohol treatment, mental health treatment, and a free medical clinic.
865 NW Reiman Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Single- and two-parent families with children under age 18
Hours: Hours vary. Call for more information.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
YOUNG ADULT DORM
Provides shelter for up to 18 months to transition-age youth while working with a case manager to become self-sufficient. Clients have access to an on-site food pantry, intensive case management, and phone, mail, and message services. Also offers life skills, nutrition, cooking, parenting, communication, health education, computer, and financial classes. Uninsured clients have access to on-site drug and alcohol treatment, mental health treatment, and a free medical clinic.
865 NW Reiman Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Youth in transition ages 18-25. Must be clean and sober.
Hours: Call for information
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
GOOD TO GO VETERAN PROGRAM
Serves veterans and their families by offering transitional housing with case management, peer support, community services, transitional classes geared towards veterans, an advisory group, and collaboration with other VA providers. Average length of stay in shelter is 4-6 months. Also provides homeless prevention case management services for veterans in the community.
865 NW Reiman Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Veterans and their families
Hours: Call for hours
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED SHELTERS
SAFE SPOT COMMUNITIES
Provides transitional housing in Safe Spot communities for up to 2 years. Conestoga Huts offer a private space with a locking door. Participants receive housing and social service navigation assistance. Community rules include no drug or alcohol use on-site, no violence or theft, weekly community meetings, and monthly work parties.
1160 GRANT STREET
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Walk-in hours for applications: Monday-Friday 1pm-4pm
COMMUNITY WORKS
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
The Transitional Living Program can provide subsidized housing to homeless youth or youth at risk of homelessness. These homes are located throughout Jackson County. Also provide comprehensive case management, life skills classes, support in finding employment, and awareness of educational opportunities.
2594 E Barnett Road
Suite C
Medford, OR 97504
Eligibility: Individuals age16-25 who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Case Managers on call for clients: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE COOS, LOWER UMPQUA, AND SIUSLAW INDIANS
TRIBAL HOUSING PROGRAMS
Offers five housing assistance programs: rental assistance, tribal housing, down payment loan assistance, home repair, and emergency assistance.

The rental assistance program pays a portion of rent directly to landlords. There is a waiting list for this program and all families are offered this program on a first come, first served basis

Tribal Housing program offers housing to those who are employed by a tribal entity.

Emergency Assistance program helps families who are experiencing houselessness. The assistance may include, but is not limited to: placement in community-based crisis centers, transitional housing, motels, or the payment of one month’s rent or deposit for a new rental unit.

Home Repair program helps families repair their owner occupied home. This program can include, but is not limited to, repairing or replacing roofs, heating systems, electrical or plumbing upgrades. Each qualified homeowner can receive up to $10,000 to help make their home a decent, safe and healthy place to live.

Down Payment Assistance program grants up to $10,000 towards purchasing their first home. Participants do not have to repay the loan if they live in their home for at least seven years. If they move out of their home prior to the seven year minimum, they must repay a prorated amount of the loan.
1245 Fulton Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Low- to moderate-income Tribal families. Requirements vary by program.
DO GOOD MULTNOMAH
ST JOHNS VILLAGE
Provides a transitional housing program with individual sleeping pods and access to showers, restrooms, laundry, and a kitchen. Residents can stay for up to 2 years if they are actively working to achieve permanent housing and participating in the program. Additional services include case management, assistance in signing up for benefits, such as SNAP and OHP, and job finding assistance. Program operates on a wait list.
8005 N Richmond
Portland, OR 97203
Eligibility: Adults aged 18 and older
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
FAMILY PROMISE OF TUALATIN VALLEY
FAMILY SHELTER PROGRAM & ADULT ONLY SHELTER PROGRAM
Once admitted to program, offers overnight shelter at a local hotel in Tigard. The program offers case management and resource referrals to assist families and adults in attaining sustainable housing. Not an emergency, short-term shelter.
20425 SW Stafford Road
Tualatin, OR 97062
Eligibility: Homeless families, adult only households, and pregnant women currently experiencing homelessness or within 14 days of homelessness occurring
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
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
HEARTS WITH A MISSION
HEARTS WITH A MISSION MEDFORD
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Provides stable housing
, interpersonal connections, group support with social and emotional well-being, and programs for education and empoyment. Emphasis on self-worth through mentorship and stability.
517 Edwards Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Young adults age 18-21, who:
-Are in DHS custody, receiving voluntary services, or are homeless

-Want to finish high school, obtain a GED, enroll in further education, or gain employment
-Can meet weekly with a Transition Navigator
-Can attend regularly scheduled skill building groups monthly
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
HELPING HANDS AGAINST VIOLENCE
HHAV TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM
Year-long transitional housing program for survivors and their children who have been victims of crime. Also provides medical and legal advocacy (includes accompaniment to medical, legal, and court appointments, as well as assistance filling out medical and legal forms), transportation, food, clothing, peer counseling, and peer support.
PO Box 441
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Survivors and their children who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
HELPING HANDS REENTRY OUTREACH CENTERS
BYBEE LAKES HOPE CENTER
Offering short-term emergency shelter for up to four nights and a long-term reentry program. Service animals are allowed, but they must be licensed, up-to-date on shots, and registered.
Eligibility: Adults age 18 and older and families with children under age 18. Does not accept registered sex offenders.
Hours: Intake hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HOOD RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
HIV/AIDS CASE MANAGEMENT
Provides confidential case management to individuals living with HIV and AIDS. This program provides expense assistance for HIV medications, transportation costs to medical care appointments, insurance premium payments, transitional housing and rent payment assistance, dental care, disease management education, referrals to other agencies for basic needs, employment, and substance abuse treatment.
1109 June Street
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Individuals living with HIV/AIDS
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
INFORMATIONAL RECORD
EMERGENCY HOUSING VOUCHER (EHV) PROGRAM
Provides emergency housing vouchers for rental assistance. The vouchers are administered by Home Forward and are managed through a direct referral process by Multnomah County's Coordinated Entry Systems.

Please note, these vouchers are not immediate and are based on availability, eligibility and program participation.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Individuals and families who meet one of the following criteria:
-Homeless
-At risk of homelessness/must have an eviction notice or notice to vacate tenancy
-Fleeing, or attempting to flee, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, or
human trafficking
-Were recently homeless or have a high risk of housing instability
Hours: Varies by site of coordinated entry
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
JOHN’S HOUSE
Providing a co-ed transitional living program for DHS Foster youth aging out of the Foster Care system. Program also provides residents with connections to permanent community supports and peer-to-peer mentoring. The length of stay is 6-18 months.
115 N 10th Street
Administration Office
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: -Ages 18-22 experiencing homelessness
-Drug and alcohol-free
-Attending school, if applicable
-Must maintain employment
-Must actively participate in planning and executing a transition plan
-Actively participate in planning and executing their transition plan
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
JANUS YOUTH PROGRAMS
BRIDGE HOUSE & CHANGES
BRIDGE HOUSE
Provides transitional housing for youth, especially youth that were previously homeless and pregnant/parenting youth. Offers young people an opportunity to take charge of their lives. Operating on a self-government model, residents participate in every aspect of decision making within the program.
4015 SE Madison Street
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Youth ages 16-22, with special consideration given to pregnant/parenting youth
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
LOVE INC NEWBERG
LOVE INC NEWBERG TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Transitional living program for single women seeking stable housing. Not an emergency shelter.
Eligibility: Single women
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-1pm
MADRAS GOSPEL MISSION
MEN'S MISSION HOME
Christian faith-based support organization provides emergency shelter for men for up to three days. Transitional housing is available for up to one year; participation in a discipleship-based program is required.
63 SE 11th Street
Madras, OR 97741
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older. Must be willing to comply with house rules. Not equipped to house those with severe mental illness or those who arrive intoxicated.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Doors close to shelter intakes at 6pm; re-entry not allowed past 5pm
MEDFORD GOSPEL MISSION
WHOLE PERSON RESTORATION
Provides transitional housing, with case management services, over a 24 month period. A 30 day assessment to determine whether the individual is a fit for the program is required.
125 W Jackson Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Age 18 and older, with or without children. Must not currently be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Arrangements will be made for accompanied minor children. No pets.
Hours: Intake Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
MID-COLUMBIA COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL
TRANSITONAL HOUSING
Provides an 18 unit/36 bed shelter.
312 E 4th Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Age 18 and older experiencing homelessness. Must not have a sex offense.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HOMELESS FAMILY SYSTEM OF CARE
MOBILE HOUSING TEAM QUEUE (MHTQ)
The Multnomah County Homeless Family System's Mobile Housing Team (MHT) is a partnership of different agencies working with homeless families to connect them with a Housing Specialist from the Mobile Housing Team to discuss their housing needs.

211info is the main agency that is placing families into the MHTQ system. Please do not call or walk in to any of the partner agencies, as they will refer back to 211info.

Service is not guaranteed for people placed on this list.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: -Families (any number of adults) with children in their custody under the age of 18 (or plans for reunification with children under 18) or pregnant women in their third trimester of pregnancy
-Must be currently experiencing homelessness (couch-surfing, in a motel, on the streets/in a vehicle, in a shelter or some other place not intended for habitation)
-Families currently in housing that are on a lease DO NOT QUALIFY, unless they have an official eviction notice
-Families must be currently in Multnomah County to be eligible.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
MY FATHER'S HOUSE
Family housing that seeks to meet clients' emotional and physical needs. Offers Rent Well, parenting, and life skills classes and support groups. Facility capacity is 28 families. Shelter can be provided for 6 months if the client is actively seeking work or working, drug/alcohol free, and works with a case manager.
Eligibility: Homeless families with minor children that meet income guidelines (5 total household members or fewer). Must be clean and sober. Pregnant women without other children are generally not eligible and will be referred to other programs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEIGHBORIMPACT
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Provides transitional housing for homeless families, rental subsidies, case management, and training assistance to help families move from their immediate housing crises towards self-sufficiency. Families may stay in the program for up to 12 months and meet regularly with a Housing Advocate to develop a family action plan that details the steps the family will take to become self-sufficient. Transitional housing is available at locations in Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties.
2303 SW 1st Street
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Homeless families with minor children that meet income eligibility requirements
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-4:30pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Provides homes for youth transitioning off the streets and moving toward independence. Offers a continuum of transitional living options, including a 26-bed facility designed for helping youth build independent living skills while working or pursuing educational goals, independent apartments with subsidized rent and case management, and small group living homes for homeless youth who are former foster children and youth who identify as LGBTQ.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Homeless and at-risk youth ages 15-24
Hours: Residential program: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NEW DAY
Uses a survivor centered approach that prioritizes the safety, needs, and rights of youth involved in or at risk of sex trafficking. Culturally specific services available for youth include mobile outreach and crisis response, safety planning and wrap-around case management, mentoring and advocacy, and providing food, showers, transportation, and other basic needs. These services include access to shelter and housing, employment and education programs, LGBTQ specific services and supports, prevention and education (in schools and community), support and skills groups, and resource and referrals. A 24/7 Crisis Line providing support, safety plans, and access to motel vouchers and transportation is also provided.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 12-25 who have been impacted by sex trafficking
Hours: Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Referral Line: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEXT DOOR
NEXT DOOR WASCO
OREGON TRAIL TRANSITIONAL LIVING
Clean and sober transitional housing for formerly homeless youth.
1113 Kelly Avenue
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Ages 17-25 looking to transition off of the street or out of emergency shelter into longer-term housing
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
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)
OPEN HOUSE MINISTRIES
Long-term shelter. Provides job development program, supplemental addiction programs, and additional services as needed. Offers Work Training/Work Experience Program.
900 W 12th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Eligibility: Households with children
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
OREGON COAST COMMUNITY ACTION
ORCCA CURRY COUNTY
HOUSING PROGRAMS
Provides various rent and rental deposit assistance programs, as well as transitional housing for families. Programs include:

-Home Tenant Based Assistance (HTBA): Provides a 6-12 month rental subsidy. Recipients must have very low income. Waitlist based on the date application was received and preference points.

-Family Transitions Program: Participants must be homeless and have minor children. Provides short-term rental assistance subsidy for 3-6 months.

-Transitional Housing (HSP): Provides transitional housing for families with children. Applicants must be either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

-Deposit-Only Assistance: Provides one-time help with rental security deposit. Deposit can be no more than twice the rent. Property must pass inspection. Applicants who are income-eligible may apply, but there is no guarantee of funding availability.

-Rental Assistance Program (RAP): Provides one-time rental assistance for up to one month's rent. Recipients must show ability to afford rent in the future. Service provided once per year per household. Funding is not guaranteed.
937 Chetco Avenue
Suite D
Brookings, OR 97415
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON COAST COMMUNITY ACTION
HOUSING PROGRAMS
Provides various rent and rental deposit assistance programs, as well as transitional housing for families. Programs include:

-Home Tenant Based Assistance (HTBA): Provides a 6-12 month rental subsidy. Recipients must have very low income. Waitlist based on the date application was received and preference points.

-Family Transitions Program: Participants must be homeless and have minor children. Provides short-term rental assistance subsidy for 3-6 months.

-Transitional Housing (HSP): Provides transitional housing for families with children. Applicants must be either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

-Deposit-Only Assistance: Provides one-time help with rental security deposit. Deposit can be no more than twice the rent. Property must pass inspection. Applicants who are income-eligible may apply, but there is no guarantee of funding availability.

-Rental Assistance Program (RAP): Provides one-time rental assistance for up to one month's rent. Recipients must show ability to afford rent in the future. Service provided once per year per household. Funding is not guaranteed.
1855 Thomas Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OUTSIDE IN
YOUTH HOUSING PROGRAM
Provides on-site and community-supported housing, case management, and other support services for homeless youth. A few transitional housing units may be available for the houseless, parenting youth. Transitional housing is from 6-24 months. Parents with children are accepted for housing case management and transitional housing services and must participate in parent support case management.
1132 SW 13th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Homeless youth ages 18-24; some units available for parents age 18-24 with children under age 4.
These services are not for individuals passing through on travel.
Hours: Access Center: 7 days per week 8am-6pm
Information & Referral Desk: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
Day Program Drop-In: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-10am,1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm, Tuesday/Thursday 9am-10am and 1pm-6pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm
PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION
CONNECT FOR MEN
Connect is a 6-month faith-based program that provides a clean and sober living environment for those experiencing homelessness. Participants in the program help take care of the facility and work towards obtaining employment, housing (by getting on housing wait list), and the ability to navigate living in the community.
111 W Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older who are experiencing houselessness. Must be medically stable, pass a urinalysis, be able to navigate stairs, and actively participate in the program.
Hours: Intake: Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 1pm
SALVATION ARMY JACKSON COUNTY
HOPE HOUSE TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER
HOPE HOUSE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Long-term transitional housing program for homeless men, women, and families.
1065 Crews Road
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Must be homeless according to Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidelines and must be alcohol- and drug-free for at least 30 days
Hours: Services: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-4:30pm
SALVATION ARMY RAY & JOAN KROC CORPS
SALVATION ARMY KROC SOCIAL SERVICES MARION COUNTY
LIGHTHOUSE SHELTER
Provides 90 day transitional shelter for men and women. Residents will have access to meals, showers and case management services.
1977 Front Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Age 18 and older experiencing homelessness. Married couples are welcome, but must stay in separate dorms. Unable to accommodate children. No registered sex offenders.
Hours: Hours vary, call for more information.
SALVATION ARMY VETERANS AND FAMILY CENTER
VETERANS AND FAMILY CENTER
Transitional housing center that provides a supportive environment for 50 veterans and their families for up to 9 months. Center provides intensive case management, skill building, job training assistance, sober living quarters, mentoring, food/meals, and benefits assistance upon referral from the VA.
14825 SW Farmington Road
Beaverton, OR 97007
Eligibility: Homeless or chronically homeless veterans and their families/dependents that are enrolled and referred by the VA.
Hours: Orientation: Thursdays at 9am
SAMARITAN HOUSE
RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Ten-month transitional living program. Residents may establish rental history, and receive guidance in furthering their education and finding employment. Residents are required to place at least 60% of their monthly income into a savings account through the organization. These funds will be used to pay move-in costs at a new place of residency upon graduation from the program.
715 SW Bay Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Pregnant women, homeless families with dependent children, and referrals from the Drug Court program
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
SHELTERCARE
SHORT TERM HOUSING
Offers Short-term housing support and shelter for adults who are medically fragile, chronically homeless, or frequent users of hospitals and criminal justice systems. Housing term ranges from 3 months to 2 years depending on individual circumstances. Clients are connected with a care team who help them connect to resources, learn skills, and find permanent housing. Some of our Short-Term Housing programs include:

- ShelterCare Medical Recuperation
- Frequent Users Systems Engagement (FUSE)
499 W 4th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Older adults, adult experiencing homelessness, or adults within the criminal justice system.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
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
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
Siuslaw Outreach Services (SOS) provides limited assistance with emergency services, including shelter or transitional housing, limited assistance with rent, electric, water, or propane bills, prescriptions, showers, laundry, bus tickets, taxi vouchers, gas vouchers, and clothing.
1576 W 12th Street
Florence, OR 97439
Eligibility: Income restrictions
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 10am-3:30pm
Crisis line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
CONNECTIONS TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
Helps homeless families transition from repeated episodes of homelessness to stability through intensive case management, connection to services, and affordable housing for up to two years.
2890 Chad Drive
Eugene, OR 97408
Eligibility: Homeless families with children under age 18
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL VETERAN PROGRAMS
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL VETERAN SERVICES
Provides transitional housing for homeless veterans. Participants work towards goals, such as obtaining stable housing, increasing income/job skills, and achieving greater levels of self-determination. Services for participants include:
-Immediate medical referral
-Admission into treatment
-Financial literacy
-Initiation of mental health services
-Individual and group counseling
-Vocational assessment
1870 W 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Homeless veterans who are dually diagnosed with substance use and mental health issues
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
TRANSITION PROJECTS
COORDINATED HOUSING ASSESSMENT TEAM
COORDINATED HOUSING ASSESSMENT TEAM (CHAT)
The Coordinated Housing Assessment Team (CHAT) is a partnership of agencies working with homeless individuals and adult family units to connect them with Permanent Supportive Housing-related resources. Moving expense assistance, rent payment, deposit, and application fee assistance may be provided on a case-by-case basis to assist households with accessing new, permanent housing. At the time of assessment, shelter and transitional housing information will be provided.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Must meet the following:
-Households with at least one adult age 18 and older, with no minor dependents
-Must be experiencing homelessness (couch-surfing, in a motel, on the streets/in a vehicle, in a shelter/transitional housing, or in some other place not intended for habitation)

-Households currently in housing that are on a lease and facing eviction DO NOT QUALIFY
-Households with minors under the age of 17 years of age DO NOT QUALIFY
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
TRANSITION PROJECTS
GRANTS PER DIEM (GPD)
Transition Projects has a Grants Per Diem (GPD) short-term bridge housing and transitional housing program for low-income veterans experiencing homelessness. The program provides case management, life and job skills training, and support services. Waitlist could be a few months long.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Homeless veterans who served in the active military, naval, or air force service regardless of length of service, and who were discharged or released under conditions other than "dishonorable." Abstinence from alcohol and drugs is expected of residents.
Hours: Veteran Orientation is held on Tuesdays from 9am-noon in the Transition Projects Resource Center located in the Bud Clark Commons building at 650 NW Irving Street, Portland. It is recommended that attendees arrive a little before 9am for registration and expect to stay until noon.

Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm
TRANSITION PROJECTS
BARBARA MAHER BUILDING
Residential housing program provides 32 units of supportive housing for women in recovery.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Single women (or anyone who identifies as a woman) age 18 and older in recovery from alcohol or drug addiction. Must be alcohol- and drug-free; random breathalyzer and urinalysis testing conducted.
Hours: Housing: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Resource Center phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
TRANSITION PROJECTS
THE CLARK CENTER
The Clark Center is a 90-bed short-term, housing-focused residential program. The program provides case management, life and job skills training, and support services and provides dedicated beds to men involved in the Multnomah County community justice system. Stays are generally 4-6 months long.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Men age 18 and older. Abstinence from alcohol and drugs is expected of residents; random breathalyzer and urinalysis testing conducted.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Resource Center phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
TRANSITION PROJECTS
DOREEN'S PLACE
Doreen's Place is a 90-bed, short-term, housing-focused residential program for men, providing case management, life and job skills training, and support services. Half of the beds are dedicated to US Military Veterans. Stays are generally 4-6 months long.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Single men age 18 and older and adult male veterans. Abstinence from alcohol and drugs is expected of residents; random breathalyzer and urinalysis testing conducted.
Hours: Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Resource Center phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
TRANSITION PROJECTS
JEAN'S PLACE
Jean's Place is a 60-bed short-term, housing-focused residential program for women. The program provides case management, life and job skills training, and support services. The program serves women, age 18 and older, with priority for people 55 and older, those with disabilities, and veterans. This program provides dedicated beds to women involved in the Multnomah County community justice system and US Military Veterans. Stays are generally 4-6 months long.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Single women age 18 and over (or anyone who identifies as a woman) and female veterans. Abstinence from alcohol and drugs is expected of residents; random breathalyzer and urinalysis testing conducted.
Hours: Residential Program: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Resource Center phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING AND SOBER LIVING
TRANSITIONAL AND SOBER LIVING HOMES
Locator with housing information for 25 states. Transitional housing is temporary housing for the working homeless population and is set up to transition their residents to permanent housing.
Locator
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Not applicable
TRANSITIONAL YOUTH
YOUTH TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAMS
Offers transitional housing for homeless and at-risk youth that offers structure and skills training that will help with transitioning into healthy self-sufficiency upon program graduation.
1500 NW 167th Place
Beaverton, OR 97006
Eligibility: Youth age 18-24
Hours: Housing: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
VA NORTHWEST HEALTH NETWORK
PORTLAND VA MEDICAL CENTER HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
COMMUNITY HOMELESS REINTEGRATION SERVICES
Community Reintegration Services (CRS) assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in developing and maintaining the skills necessary to succeed in community living. Services include:
-Vocational Services where veterans can access job search assistance, job coaching, educational guidance, and vocational skill-building resources
-Community Shelter and Housing works with community providers to help homeless veterans find local shelters
-Outreach to homeless veterans
-Case Managed Housing maintains 160+ veterans in case-managed housing
3710 SW US Veterans Hospital Road
Portland, OR 97239
Eligibility: Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Hours: Phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Walk-in housing program hours: Tuesday/Thursday 9am-3pm
VA PORTLAND COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER
VA COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER
Provides access to both VA and community services. Services for former US Military Service members/Veterans may include short term case management, one site primary care, access to medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment, access to VA housing programs including Grant Per Diem program, HUD/VASH, Veterans Recovery House and Supportive Service for Veteran Families (SSVF) if found eligible, These grants do not provide immediate assistance, are sometimes one time assistance and may include case management. Help is provided finding market rate or subsidized housing or linkage to community housing programs. Assistance provided with expediting VA Benefit claims, access to employment programs such as Supported Employment, Veterans Reintegration program and State employment. Access to on site clothing, computers, and hygiene items.
308 SW 1st Avenue
Suite 155
Portland, OR 972043432
Eligibility: Veterans and their families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Veteran must be present in the household to receive some benefits.
Hours: Business hours: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 7:30am-4:30pm, Thursday 10am-4:30pm, closed federal holidays
Walk-in hours: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 8am-3pm, Thursday 10am-3pm, closed federal holidays
Best to come earlier in the day for walk-in appointments; no walk-ins accepted after 2:30pm.
WASHINGTON GORGE ACTION PROGRAMS
THE GUIDED PATH
Shelter: Offers a 3-30 day stay in a 5-room facility for homeless individuals and families. Each household has a private room but shares the kitchen, living area, and restrooms with the other residents. Case management services are available during shelter stay.

Supportive housing: Two year housing and case management services for adults with disabilities.

Also offers limited rental assistance to households facing eviction.
115 W Steuben Street
Bingen, WA 98605
Eligibility: Shelter: Individuals and families
Supportive housing: Adults with disabilities
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
WASHINGTON GORGE ACTION PROGRAMS
WASHINGTON GORGE ACTION PROGRAMS STEVENSON
THE GUIDED PATH
Shelter: Offers a 3-30 day stay in a 5-room facility for homeless individuals and families. Each household has a private room but shares the kitchen, living area, and restrooms with the other residents. Case management services are available during shelter stay.

Supportive housing: Two year housing and case management services for adults with disabilities.

Also offers limited rental assistance to households facing eviction.
683 SW Rock Creek Drive
Stevenson, WA 98648
Eligibility: Shelter: Individuals and families
Supportive housing: Adults with disabilities
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
WOMEN AT THE WELL GRACE HOUSE
Grace House is dedicated to providing a temporary safe home for women. Focus is to encourage women to begin making healthy life-goal decisions. Grace House empowers women through positive support, basic life-skills education, and guidance to help those in need make viable life choices towards self-sufficiency. Services also include support groups, outreach, referrals, and optional faith-based teachings.
1243 Peace Street SE
Salem, OR 97302
Eligibility: Women age 18 and older without dependents
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING SHELTERS
Operates three transitional housing shelters for families and single women, as space permits. The length of stay averages 3-6 months. One is in Newberg and two are in McMinnville. Clients must be willing to participate in case management activities.
1317 NE Dustin Court
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Families (including men) with children under age 18; single women accepted as space permits.
Shelter clients must agree to remain clean and sober during their shelter residence and must abide by the published shelter rules, including drug testing.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH SERVICES
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Offers homeless youth an opportunity to work toward becoming self-sufficient through group apartment living, employment services, education services, and life skills classes. Staff design a weekly schedule involving employment and educational goals, work experience internships, and life skills classes.
719 E 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 16-21 who are homeless
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
ACCESS
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS
COMMUNITY WORKS
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
MASLOW PROJECT
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
OHRA COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER
JACKSON COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE SCREENINGS
AGAPE HOUSE
MARTHA'S HOUSE
ALBANY HELPING HANDS
EMERGENCY SHELTER AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
OUTDOOR TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
MULTNOMAH VILLAGE
ALL GOOD NORTHWEST
OUTDOOR TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS
BETHLEHEM INN
FAMILIES FIRST PROGRAM
BETHLEHEM INN
NEXT STEPS ADULT PROGRAM
BLANCHET HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY
BLANCHET FARM SHELTER
BLANCHET HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY
BLANCHET HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY
BOYS AND GIRLS AID
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
CASCADE AIDS PROJECT
HOUSING SERVICES
CASCADE YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
LIVING OPTIONS FOR TEENS (LOFT)
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
HOUSING PROGRAMS
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
HOUSING PROGRAMS
CENTRAL CITY CONCERN
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS OUTREACH
OUTREACH AND DROP-IN CENTER
CENTRO LATINO AMERICANO
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COORDINATED HOUSING ACCESS
CLATSOP COMMUNITY ACTION
RENTAL ASSISTANCE
COLUMBIACARE SERVICES VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
COMMUNITY ACTION RESOURCE ENTERPRISES INC
HOMELESS SERVICES
COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM
HOUSING SOLUTIONS HOUSING PROGRAMS
COMMUNITY OF HOPE
COMMUNITY OF HOPE
COMMUNITY OUTREACH INC
SUNFLOWER FAMILY SHELTER
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED SHELTERS
SAFE SPOT COMMUNITIES
COMMUNITY WORKS
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE COOS, LOWER UMPQUA, AND SIUSLAW INDIANS
TRIBAL HOUSING PROGRAMS
DO GOOD MULTNOMAH
ST JOHNS VILLAGE
FAMILY PROMISE OF TUALATIN VALLEY
FAMILY SHELTER PROGRAM & ADULT ONLY SHELTER PROGRAM
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE
FREE ON THE OUTSIDE HOUSING
HEARTS WITH A MISSION
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
HELPING HANDS AGAINST VIOLENCE
HHAV TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM
HOOD RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
HIV/AIDS CASE MANAGEMENT
INTEGRAL YOUTH SERVICES
JOHN’S HOUSE
JANUS YOUTH PROGRAMS
BRIDGE HOUSE
MADRAS GOSPEL MISSION
MEN'S MISSION HOME
MEDFORD GOSPEL MISSION
WHOLE PERSON RESTORATION
MID-COLUMBIA COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL
TRANSITONAL HOUSING
NEIGHBORIMPACT
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
NEW DAY
NEXT DOOR
OREGON TRAIL TRANSITIONAL LIVING
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
CRISIS & INFORMATION HOTLINE
OREGON COAST COMMUNITY ACTION
HOUSING PROGRAMS
OREGON COAST COMMUNITY ACTION
HOUSING PROGRAMS
OUTSIDE IN
YOUTH HOUSING PROGRAM
PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION
CONNECT FOR MEN
SALVATION ARMY JACKSON COUNTY
HOPE HOUSE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
SALVATION ARMY RAY & JOAN KROC CORPS
LIGHTHOUSE SHELTER
SALVATION ARMY VETERANS AND FAMILY CENTER
VETERANS AND FAMILY CENTER
SAMARITAN HOUSE
RESIDENCY PROGRAM
SHELTERCARE
SHORT TERM HOUSING
SHELTERCARE
FAMILY HOUSING PROGRAM
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
CONNECTIONS TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL VETERAN SERVICES
TRANSITION PROJECTS
GRANTS PER DIEM (GPD)
TRANSITIONAL YOUTH
YOUTH TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAMS
VA NORTHWEST HEALTH NETWORK
COMMUNITY HOMELESS REINTEGRATION SERVICES
VA PORTLAND COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER
VA COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER
WOMEN AT THE WELL GRACE HOUSE
WOMEN AT THE WELL GRACE HOUSE
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING SHELTERS
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM