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
Mainspring is a non-profit organization focused on equitable comprehensive services to meet the basic needs of residents within and beyond Portland. This include food, clothing and other resources.
Clothing • Emergency Food Boxes • Personal Care Products • Laundry • Referrals to other Social Service Resources
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
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.