Resources: Transitional Housing

  • 503-595-9591
    Call for hours.

    Long-term housing and supportive service for women and families, including connections with community resources and skill-based educational opportunities. Need referral from agency. Phone screening. Undisclosed location.

  • 503-232-6971
    Hours: 24/7

    Independent living for disabled and dual-diagnosis. Priority for chronically mentally ill.

  • 3034 NE Martin Luther King Blvd
    Portland
    OR
    97212-3053
    503-283-3763
    8:30a.m.- 5p.m. Mon.-Fri.
    Transit: 4, 6, 33, 44

    Mental illness housing referrals; full service mental health clinic; client property management/ payee service; DUII program.

  • 310 NW Flanders St.
    Portland
    OR
    97209-3941
    503-827-3949 Intake Line: 503-674-7777 (initial appointment)
    24 hours
    Transit: MAX

    Homeless and mentally ill persons only, 30 single room occupancy units, transitional housing; Waitlist for permanent housing.  Must be referred through a Cascadia clinic.

  • 2740 SE Powell Blvd.,
    #6
    Portland
    OR
    97202
    971-222-1880
    10 a.m.-1 p.m., Mon.-Fri.
    Transit: 9, 10

    Helps single homeless women (non-parenting) with permanent housing information.  Phone use, computer access, e-mail, and employment assistance, voice mail. Day-time drop in center for women only.  Entrance is located in rear lower level of building.

  • 12350 SE Powell Blvd.
    Portland
    OR
    503-548-0200
    8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Closed noon-1 p.m. daily.
    Transit: 50, 53.

    A family shelter. Call daily for availability. Support to stabilize households that are homeless. Families pay 30 percent of their adjusted monthly income. Utility assistance also available.

  • 10055 E Burnside St.
    Portland
    OR
    97216-2333
    503-988-6000
    Hours:9 a.m.-7 p.m., Mon.-Thur.; Friday by appointment only.
    Transit: 19, 20, MAX blue line

    Emergency Housing Assistance program through vouchers for short-term motel stays, placement in local shelters and direct rent assistance for families with children only. Assistance with utility bills and some cash assistance for necessary items. Short-term case management and bi-lingual information services.

  • 1435 NE 81st St.
    Portland
    OR
    97213
    503-232-2031
    10 a.m.-3 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
    Transit: Max Blue, Green, Red, 72, 77

    Provides day time drop-in center with coffee, showers, bathrooms, hygiene products, laundry vouchers, mail, limited locker storage, computer use, and free telephone use for both individuals and families.

  • P.O Box 1113
    Tualitin
    OR
    97062
    503-260-6165
    Call for Hours.

    Provides faith based transitional housing option for 6 single adult males for a duration of 6-18 months.  Residents are expected to contribute to the livelihood and welfare of their home and participate in social, career and personal skill development.

  • Confidential Location
    Portland
    OR
    97209-3517
    503-726-3798

    Transitional housing for adults with severe mental illness. Must be referred through a Cascadia clinic or other social service agency.  Must have a case manager; 2 month temporary housing.

  • 7780 SW Capitol Highway
    Portland
    OR
    97219-2477
    503-246-1663
    9a.m.-5p.m. Mon.–Wed.; 9a.m.-8p.m.Thur.; 10a.m.-2p.m. Fri.

    To assist low-income and homeless families meet basic human needs. To educate, encourage and support families to begin the process toward self-sufficiency. Services require proof of income and follow the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Serving SW, NW, and St. John's area.

  • 1430 SW Broadway
    Suite 200
    Portland
    OR
    97201-3517
    503-227-5605 (Info Line)
    Call for hours.
    Transit: MAX

    Secures permanent housing for homeless seniors, 55 and older, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, with no minor children. New clients should call first for eligibility criteria.

  • 971-998-4223
    Call for hours.

    Alcohol/drug free living environment/ shared housing. Each house is democratically ran by members and financially self-supporting. Must have desire to live clean and sober; be able to pay equal share of expenses; and have completed in-patient treatment and a significant period of abstinence. Various locations.

  • 503-224-7718
    Call for phone screening/intake.

    Women/children; domestic violence victims. Transitional housing for women with children that have completed the 60 day emergency shelter program: food/clothing; transportation assistance; health referrals; job search assistance; counseling; parenting skills training; and GED tutoring. Portland Children's Intervention Project serves traumatized children. Call for phone screening/intake.

  • 4134 N. Vancouver Ave
    Suite 311
    Portland
    OR
    97217-2900
    503-285-0493
    Hours: 9-9:30 a.m first working Monday of the month.
    Transit: 4, 33, 44

    Emergency housing placement for victims of domestic violence with children. Long-term transitional housing units and rental assistance.  Call for availability. 

  • 650 NW Irving St.
    Portland
    OR
    97209
    503-823-4930
    8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Call to be placed on the wait-list; check-in weekly to be maintained on the list. Phones answered until 4:30p.m.
    Transit: Max Green/Yellow, 4, 9, 17, 77

    Separate shelters for men and women (five to eight week wait). Men housed up to four months, women up to 11 months.  Call to be placed on the wait-list; check-in weekly to be maintained on the list.

  • 30 SW 2nd Ave.
    Portland
    OR
    97204-3541
    503-239-1259
    8 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily.
    Transit: Fareless Max All.

    Short-term case management and transitional housing for veterans.  Accepts men, women, and families for up to 9 months for veterans that qualify.  Informational meeting every Wednesday at 9:00a.m.

  • undisclosed
    Portland
    OR
    503-235-0131
    24 hours / 7 days a week

    Residential treatment for women with children. Referral from Multnomah County required.  35-bed facility for women on probation or parole. Up to 6 months of housing, with supportive programs. VOA Oregon's substance abuse treatment and recovery program.