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Snow Cap Community Charities

Address:
17805 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97233

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 674-8785

Website:
www.snowcap.org

Services:
SnowCap offers a small clothes closet of donated items that may include clothes for infants, children, and adults. Diapers are available to families twice per calendar year until the baby reaches age 2. Also collects school supply donations and distributes to schools in East Multnomah County. Does not supply new school clothing; is only able to distribute donated items.

Hours:
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 10am-2pm, Wednesday 10am-2pm and 6pm-8pm

Eligibility:
Low-income households


The Salvation Army Gresham Corps

Address:
473 SE 194th Ave
Portland, OR 97233

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 661-8972

Website:
www.gresham.salvationarmy.org

Services:
Provides clothing vouchers and personal hygiene items when they are available.

Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-3pm

Eligibility:
Call for information


Operation Nightwatch

Address:
1432 SW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97201

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 220-0438

Website:
www.operationnightwatch.org

Services:
The SE Hospitality Center provides a meal, coffee, and water. Offers socks and blankets as available and has a restroom on site. Showers also available on Saturdays only.

Hours:
Friday 7-9pm and Saturday 5pm-8pm

Eligibility:
People experiencing homelessness


Veterans Community Center & Resource Referral

Address:
308 SW 1st Ave
Portland, OR 97204

Map & Directions

(6 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.


Transition Projects

Address:
665 NW Hoyt St
Portland, OR 97209

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 280-4700

Website:
www.tprojects.org

Services:
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. Lockers are available for a half hour of barter work per week. A locker can be kept for up to three months. Limited day storage is available in the courtyard for larger items. Washers and dryers cost 75 cents per load or 15 minutes of barter work per load. 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. Razors are sold for 10 cents each. People may get one hygiene kit weekly. Ask at check-in desk for a hygiene kit. Volunteer stylists provide free haircuts. Provides a mailing address and phone message service for homeless individuals. Photo 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. The Pathways Learning Center provides computer access, depending on volunteer availability. Many classes are offered; check the schedule or ask the staff for details.

Hours:
Resource Center: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm (closed noon-1pm on weekdays), Saturday/Sunday/holidays 8:15am-4pm Showers: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm (closed noon-1pm on weekdays), Saturday/Sunday/holidays 8:15am-4pm Clothing: Monday-Friday 7am-7pm (closed noon-1pm on weekdays), Saturday/Sunday/holidays 8:15am-4pm Haircuts: Tuesdays and Thursdays, sign up by 11:30 am Mailroom: Monday-Friday 8am-9am, 11am-12pm, and 2pm-7pm Day Storage: Must be picked up by 6:30pm weekdays and 3:30pm weekends and holidays Phone services: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Eligibility:
Men and women experiencing homelessness and other very low-income adults. Only service animals are allowed inside Bud Clark Commons.


Sunset Presbyterian Church

Address:
14986 NW Cornell Rd
Portland, OR 97229

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 292-9293

Website:
www.sunsetpres.org

Services:
Distributes clothing and a 3-5-day emergency food supply at a shopping-style food pantry. Adult and children's clothing and shoes are regularly available. Accepts donations of food and clothing.

Hours:
Wednesday 9:30am-noon, Thursday 4pm-6:30pm

Eligibility:
Must meet USDA income guidelines


SMYRC

Address:
1220 SW Columbia St
Portland, OR 97201

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 872-9664

Website:
www.newavenues.org/smyrc

Services:
Provides a safe, sober drop-in center for LGBTQ and questioning youth. Youth can participate in workshops, perform at open mic nights, work on art projects in the art studio, use the computer lab, play games, get a haircut, access the drag closet and clothing "free pile," and meet and connect with other LGBTQ and questioning youth.

Hours:
Monday/Tuesday/Friday 4pm-8pm, Thursday 6:30pm-8pm

Eligibility:
Ages 12-23 who identify as LGBTQ or questioning


Rose Haven Day Center for Women and Children

Address:
627 NW 18th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 248-6364

Website:
www.rosehaven.org

Services:
Rose Haven is a day shelter and community center that provides clothing, hygiene, showers, mailing addresses, and voicemail services. Advocacy and referrals are provided for issues such as health care, domestic violence, housing, employment, and other social services. Classes and activities offered daily. Diapers are available through PDX Diaper Bank.

Hours:
Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-3pm. During severe weather will stay open between noon and 1pm.

Eligibility:
Single women and women with children


New Avenues for Youth

Address:
314 SW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97205

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 224-4339

Website:
www.newavenues.org

Services:
Provides a drop-in center where youth can access meals, showers, hygiene products, clothing, laundry facilities, internet-connected computers, legal counsel, and monthly veterinary clinics for those with pets. Also offers activities focused on fitness, skill-building, recreation, and self-empowerment to support youth as they transition from street life.

Hours:
Basic services: Monday/Wednesday/Saturday 1pm-6pm Meals: Monday-Friday 9am-10am, 1pm-2pm; and 5pm-6pm, Saturday 1pm-2pm and 5pm-6pm

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


Mainspring Portland

Address:
3500 NE 82nd Ave
Portland, OR 97220

Map & Directions

(6 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(503) 233-5533

Website:
www.mainspringpdx.org

Services:
Operates a shopping-style food pantry, as well as a clothing pantry, and provides USDA senior food boxes. Food box deliveries may be available for low-income older adults. Participants can access the food and clothing program once per month.

Hours:
Client Services: Monday-Thursday 10am-1pm Donations accepted: Monday-Wednesday 8:30am-3pm, Thursday 8:30am-2pm Closed on holidays and when Portland Public Schools are on a 2-hour delay or closed.

Eligibility:
Unrestricted USDA senior food boxes and delivery: Age 60 and older


That is why you fail. (in response to Luke saying, "I don't believe it.").

-- Yoda

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