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affordable housing

Central City Concern
Organization: Central City Concern

Central City Concern (CCC) provides a comprehensive range of services including housing, healthy and recovery assistance. It is a Federally Qualified Health Center and operates at multiple sites across the Portland area. CCC provides safe and supportive housing, health care, mental health, meaningful employment, and peer support. The Recovery Center also offers a culturally-specific addiction treatment service to African American clients.

CCC certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors are highly trained and committed to successful treatment and outcomes.

Visit their website to learn more and how to contact the service facility nearest you.

Address: 232 NW 6th Avenue, Portland, OR 97209
Telephone: (503) 294-1681
Housing Development Center
Organization: Housing Development Center
Social Service:

The Housing Development Center’s mission is to strengthen opportunities for low-income families and individuals by developing, preserving and sustaining affordable housing and community facilities.

The HDC Community Fund provides low-interest loans tailored to the needs of affordable housing developers. To date, our loans have supported the creation or preservation of more than 850 units of affordable housing.

Address: 847 NE 19th Avenue, Suite 150, Portland, OR 97232
Telephone: (503) 335-3668
Human Solutions Daybreak Shelter
Organization: Human Solutions Daybreak Shelter
Social Service:

The Daybreak Shelter provides shelter for homeless pregnant women in their 3rd tri-mester, single women escaping domestic violence, and families through local congregations rotating in their responsibilities. Daybreak has the capacity to house up to 15 people at a time. It is one of the very few homeless family shelters that keeps families together and the only one in Mid and East County that is completely secular. Daybreak Shelter is open 7 days a week, year round, to meet the needs of homeless families in our community.

For more information, please visit their website.

Address: 12350 SE Powell Blvd., Portland, OR 97236; 124 NE 181st, Gresham, OR 97230
Telephone: Portland: (503) 548-0200 | Gresham: (503) 405-7875
Portland Supportive Housing Inc
Organization: Portland Supportive Housing Inc
Social Service:

Portland Supportive Housing Inc., is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to low-income, physically disabled, and seniors in securing safe, sanitary affordable housing.

Address: 5125 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite 205, Portland, OR 97239
Telephone: (503) 287-4260
Rent Well
Organization: Rent Well

Rent Well is a 15-hour tenant education class that helps you become a successful, stable renter by providing information that can help you build a positive relationship with your landlord. If you have ever been denied housing, Rent Well can help you explore any screening barriers you may have, such as evictions, credit problems or criminal history.

Tenant Rights Information/Counseling • Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution • Housing Discrimination Assistance • Rent Payment Assistance

Website: Rent Well
Telephone: Oregon: (866) 698-6155 | Washington: 1-877-211-9274