Good Contents Are Everywhere, But Here, We Deliver The Best of The Best.Please Hold on!

Community Shelters

Bradley Angle House
Organization: Bradley Angle House

Bradley Angle’s mission is to serve all people affected by domestic violence. We place any person experiencing or at risk for domestic violence at the center of our services and provide support for safety, education, empowerment, healing, and hope.

Emergency Shelter provides up to 10-12 weeks of shelter and support services for nine families. Case management and advocacy providers assist residents in obtaining clothing, furnishings, transportation, employment and/or job training, financial assistance, parenting support and groups, health services, drug, alcohol and mental health services.

24-Hour Crisis Phone Line provides immediate access to safety planning, peer counseling, resource referral, emergency bed availability and domestic violence information.

Youth Programs provide group and individual support to children up to age 17.

Address: 4548 N. Albina Avenue, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97217
Telephone: (503) 281-2442
Organization: Cityteam

In Portland, Cityteam is carrying on the work that the Peniel Mission began, providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, clean clothing, recovery programs and other essential care to this city’s homeless population. A recovery program is in place for those men that are on a road of destruction from drugs and alcohol.

Website: Cityteam
Address: 526 SE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR 97214
Telephone: (503) 231-9334
Goose Hollow Family Shelter
Organization: Goose Hollow Family Shelter
Social Service:

The Goose Hollow Family Shelter is a temporary emergency shelter at Portland’s First United Methodist Church. Homeless families from throughout the metropolitan area are welcome there.

– Sleeping space where the family gets to stay together, not separated as in other shelters
– Dinner and breakfast
– Showers with all toiletries and hygiene products provided
– Laundry facilities
– Access to computers, a telephone, and a mailing address
– A small amount of storage space for families to keep their personal belongings
– Enrichment and recreational time for children each night

The Goose Hollow Family Shelter serves up to 24 people nightly, November through March.

Address: 1838 SW Jefferson Street Portland, OR 97201
Telephone: (503) 595-9390
Harry’s Mother
Organization: Harry’s Mother
Social Service:

Harry’s Mother, the only comprehensive youth crisis center in the Portland metropolitan area, provides 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter and individual and family counseling to youth ages 9 to 17 and their families.

A national “best practice” program, Harry’s Mother helps over 500 youth and their families through its Crisis Intervention and Counseling Center and confidential Garfield House Shelter

Address: 738 NE Davis Street, Portland, Oregon 97232
Telephone: 24-Hour Crisis Line: (503) 233-8111
Janus Youth Programs
Organization: Janus Youth Programs

Janus Youth Programs provide thousands of youth with an accessible and supportive path out of homelessness. Janus Youth Programs include street outreach, assessment, emergency and short-term shelter, transitional and independent housing, and case management.

Access Center
Serving homeless youth ages 14 to 24. Provides immediate access to basic needs and safe shelter off the streets. Screenings can be accommodated 365 days of the year between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.
1635 SW Alder Street, Portland, Oregon 97205
(503) 432-3986

Porch Light Shelter
Portland’s only 30-bed crisis shelter for homeless youth ages 14 to 24 in need of immediate shelter, Porch Light provides nourishing meals, shower and laundry facilities and 15 nights of safe shelter each month for youth working to secure permanent housing.
1635 SW Alder Street, Portland, Oregon 97205

(503) 222-5933
Street Light Shelter
With shelter capacity for 30 young people nightly, Street Light provides safe shelter and a range of supportive services for youth ages 14 to 24 who are actively engaged in exiting street life.
1635 SW Alder Street, Portland, Oregon 97205

(503) 224-5988
Bridge House
Bridge House provides a safe, supportive, supervised home environment for seven youth ages 16 to 20 that meet homeless criteria. Bridge House also serves pregnant or parenting youth with children under the age of two.
(503) 238-1702

An independent living program for youth ages 16 to 20 that meet homeless criteria, Changes provides basic financial assistance with initial move-in costs such as a security deposit, application fee or cleaning fee for an apartment, and case management support to youth ready to live on their own.
(503) 380-0725

Address: Administrative Offices:
Organization: JOIN

The JOIN Day Center provides a comprehensive range of basic services to 80-100 people every Monday through Friday. Services include restrooms, showers, a mailing address, laundromat vouchers, hygiene items, clothing resources, referral information, coffee, conversation, and a refuge from the weather.

Showers • Personal Hygiene • Laundry • Mail • Computer Resources • Housing Referral • Employment Assistance • Medical & Dental Referral • Food Box Delivery

Website: JOIN
Address: 1435 NE 81st Avenue, Suite 100, Portland, OR 97213
Telephone: (503) 232-2031
My Father’s House
Organization: My Father’s House

My Father’s House is a family shelter located in East Multnomah County, Oregon. We provide a safe environment for 30 families, a place families can stay together as they address their spiritual, physical, emotional, and relational issues and needs.

Address: PO Box 1147 Gresham, OR 97030
Telephone: (503) 492-3046
Portland Homeless Family Solutions
Organization: Portland Homeless Family Solutions

Portland Homeless Family Solutions is a non-profit that runs two homeless shelters for families with children. The Goose Hollow Family Shelter serves as our night shelter while the Thirteen Salmon Family Center serves as our day shelter. Both shelters act as winter emergency shelters.

Families staying at the Shelter are provided a light breakfast, lunch, and an evening meal .They have access to a case worker, internet, showers, laundry facilities, sleeping areas (partitioned for families), and constructive activities for kids. We also maintain a pantry of personal toiletry items and a clothes closet of re-cycled clothing for shelter families.

Address: 1838 SW Jefferson St.Portland, OR 97201
Telephone: (503) 915-8307
Portland Rescue Mission
Organization: Portland Rescue Mission

Portland Rescue Mission provides a broad range of social services to help men and women take their first steps toward a life free of addiction and homelessness. With programs ranging from providing basic needs to help people overcome addiction, The Mission strives to help individuals change their lives.

Hot, nutritious meals — 365 days a year. Breakfast is served daily at 7:00 a.m. Dinner served daily at 6:00 p.m. Lunch is served Saturday and Sunday at 12:30 p.m.

Address: Burnside Shelter
Telephone: (503) 647-7466
Transition Projects
Organization: Transition Projects

“Serving People’s Needs As They Transition From Homelessness to Housing.”

Free Phone • Free Showers •Free Clothing
Clothing room open 10 am – 11 am & 6 pm Monday – Friday; 8 am – 12 pm Weekends/Holidays.
Limit one outfit per day.

Showers available for men and women; 7 am – 11 am.
Call for info about ID assistance, mailing addresses, food boxes, day lockers and phone access.

Address: 650 NW Irving Street, Portland,OR 97209
Telephone: (503) 280-4700