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Clackamas Service Center
Organization: Clackamas Service Center

Clackamas Service Center (CSC) is a non-profit, 501c3 dedicated to helping homeless and low income individuals and families live a healthy lifestyle. CSC provides critical services designed to promote self-sufficiency including food, medical services and clothing.

Emergency Food Boxes
M-Th. 1 pm – 3:30 pm, Fridays 2 pm-5 pm
Available to residents of Clackamas County and zip codes 97206 and 97266. Bring a current piece of mail (if you have an address.)

Evening Meals
M-Th. 5pm-6pm, Fri. 6pm, Saturdays 5:30pm

Other Services:
Clothing Room • Mental Health Counseling • Medical Services • Dental Service • AA Meetings

Address: 8800 SE 80th Ave, Portland, OR 97206
Telephone: (503) 771-7914
First Baptist Church
Organization: First Baptist Church
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Every Monday and Thursday between 2 – 4 p.m., our Drop-In Center Ministry Team serves more than 700 meals a week to the homeless and low-income people of our community.

Address: 909 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97205
Telephone: (503) 228-7465
Food Boxes and Hot Meals
Organization: Food Boxes and Hot Meals
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Food Box and Hot Meal programs throughout the Portland Metro area.

Grace Memorial Episcopal Church
Organization: Grace Memorial Episcopal Church

Friday Community Dinner
Every Friday at Grace, a meal is hosted (alternating between Grace and Westminster Presbyterian Church) which serves 70-80 guests.

Sack Lunch Ministry
The Sack Lunch Ministry serves low-income and homeless individuals Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Address: 1535 NE 17th Avenue, 
Portland, Oregon 97232
Telephone: (503) 287-0418 
Hard Times Supper
Organization: Hard Times Supper
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Together with volunteers from other congregations and directed by Pat Schweibert, members of Metropolitan Community Church help prepare and serve a free supper every Wednesday evening, to which we welcome persons who are low-income, homeless and/or chronically mentally ill.

Supper is served each Wednesday, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
Sunnyside Centenary United Methodist Church
3520 SE Yamhill Street, Portland, OR 97214.

Address: 3520 SE Yamhill, Portland, OR 97214
Telephone: (503) 281-8868
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

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Night Strike
Organization: Night Strike
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Night Strike is a weekly gathering under the Burnside Bridge on the park side of Naito Parkway to help serve members of Portland’s homeless community. Night Strike provides Portland’s homeless an opportunity to hang out, enjoy a hot meal, receive a free hair cut, shave, have their feet washed and have their old shoes/clothes/sleeping bags replaced. It is also a chance for you to share in the experience, help serve the needs of the homeless in our community, and more importantly, invest in lives and build relationships with the people you meet.

We meet every Thursday night at 7:00pm at Liberation Street Church.

Website: Nightstrike
Address: Liberation Street Church, 214 West Burnside Street, Portland, OR
Telephone: (503) 228-4698
Open Door Counseling Center
Organization: Open Door Counseling Center

Open Door offers a warm and supportive environment for homeless individuals to receive assistance. The objective of our Homeless Program is to return individuals to an environment of stable employment and secure housing.

Hot meals • Emergency food boxes • Personal hygiene products • Showers • Mailboxes • Phone Use • Internet Access • Restrooms • Assistance in finding temporary shelter

Address: 34420 SW Tualatin Valley Highway, Hillsboro, OR 97123
Telephone: (503) 640-6689
Outsiders Outreach
Organization: Outsiders Outreach
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Fork It Over! is a program designed to reduce hunger and waste in the Portland metropolitan area by connecting food businesses with food rescue agencies. Outsiders Outreach serves nutritious meals to the homeless in Northwest Portland on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Website: Fork It Over!
Telephone: (503) 725-8447
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