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Blanchet Farm

Address:
11750 NE Finn Hill Loop
Carlton, OR 97111

Map & Directions

(18 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 852-6626

Website:
www.blanchethouse.org/farm

Services:
Transitional home and workplace designed to create an atmosphere of supported living that will allow a person the time to take stock of their situation and to take the necessary steps to becoming self-sufficient. Support groups help build a foundation in recovery, a reintroduction to spiritual values, and the connection of friendships by working and living together towards a common goal.

Hours:
Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

Eligibility:
Men age 18 and older


Melissa K. Monroe, MS, NCC, LPC

Address:
5932 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR 97213

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 235-5333

Website:
http://www.calltosafety.org

Services:
Call to Safety pre-screens and provides referrals to safety and stabilization assessment for domestic violence shelters or housing resources. Motel vouchers are sometimes available, but resources for them are very limited and do run out.

Hours:
24 hours per day / 7 days per week

Eligibility:
Survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence, stalking, sex trafficking, or sex industry workers that are currently needing to flee a dangerous situation and have no safe place to stay for tonight.


The best way to navigate through life is to give up all of our controls.

-- Gerald G Jampolsky

Cascade AIDS Project

Address:
520 NW Davis St #215
Portland, OR 97209

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 223-5907

Website:
www.cascadeaids.org

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, and Rent Well tenant education workshops.

Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-3pm

Eligibility:
HIV/AIDS-affected individuals


Veterans Community Center & Resource Referral

Address:
308 SW 1st Ave
Portland, OR 97204

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 808-1256

Website:
www.portland.va.gov/locations/crrc.asp

Services:
Provides access to both VA and community services. Services may include: -Short-term case management -On-site primary care -Access to medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment -Access to VA housing programs, through the Grant and per Diem (GPD) program, HUD/VASH, Veterans Recovery House and Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) if found eligible. These grants do not provide immediate, one-time assistance and often entail case management. -Help finding market-rate or subsidized housing or linkage to community housing programs -On-site compensation and pension exams -Ability to get VA claims expedited -Access to employment programs like Supported Employment, Veterans Reintegration program, and State Employment -On-site computers -Clothing and hygiene items

Hours:
Business hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-4:30pm Walk-in hours: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 8am-3pm, Thursday 10am-3pm, closed federal holidays Best to come earlier in the day if for a walk-in appointment, may not be seen after 2:30pm for a walk-in

Eligibility:
Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Veteran must be present in the household to receive certain benefits.


Blanchet House

Address:
310 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 241-4340

Website:
www.blanchethouse.org

Services:
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 clean and sober living environment.

Hours:
24 hours per day / 7 days per week

Eligibility:
Men age 18 and older


Transition Projects

Address:
665 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 280-4700

Website:
www.tprojects.org

Services:
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. 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.

Hours:
Residential Program: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week Day Center: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday/Sunday/holidays 8am-4pm Phone services: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

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.


You're biggest expense is the money you don't make.

-- Pante

Outside In

Address:
1132 SW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97205

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 535-3800

Website:
www.outsidein.org

Services:
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.

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

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.


New Avenues for Youth

Address:
314 SW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97205

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 224-4339

Website:
www.newavenues.org

Services:
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.

Hours:
Residential program: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week

Eligibility:
Homeless and at-risk youth ages 15-24


Share Aspire Program

Address:
2306 NE Andresen Rd
Vancouver, WA 98661

Map & Directions

(23 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 448-2121

Website:
http://www.sharevancouver.org

Services:
Offers a drop-in center which provides assistance with setting-up voicemail boxes, accepting client mail, and offers material items including hygiene products, clothing, sack lunches three times per day, and laundry services.

Eligibility:
Must be homeless or at risk of homelessness


Friends of the Carpenter

Address:
1600 W 20th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

Map & Directions

(23 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(360) 750-4752

Website:
http://www.friendsofthecarpenter.org

Services:
Provides a faith-based day facility. Offers simple arts and crafts instruction focusing on woodworking projects. Haircuts are provided once a month. Through the Love Gifts program, participants can receive a grocery store gift card, bus pass, or gasoline voucher, all valued at $5, once per month. Complimentary hand-made Friends of the Carpenter wood items are also distributed.

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.


No one is more blind than those who believe they see all.

-- Unknown

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