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Below are 12 shelters for homeless in Multnomah, OR County.

Janus Youth Programs - Buckman House (for Men Ages 17 To 25)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 233-6090

Buckman House serves emotionally disturbed delinquent males, ages 17 to 25, who have successfully completed treatment at the MacLaren State Training School and one of the four close custody juvenile correction work camps and is the only youth care center in Oregon dedicated to providing these youth with independent living and mental health aftercare services.

Janus Youth Programs - Willamette Bridge Programs - The Access And Assessment Center (for Ages 14 To 20)
Portland, OR - 47371
(503) 222-2662

For over 20 years, Willamette Bridge Programs have been providing support and resources to homeless youth to help them free themselves from life on the streets. Started as a federal demonstration project to develop a transitional living program specializing in street-dependent youth, Willamette Bridge is now the oldest continuously funded transitional living program. Today, Willamette Bridge has expanded to integrate a continuum of services ranging from street outreach and needs assessment to emergency housing and case management, which serve the estimated 3,000 homeless youth in the Portland Metropolitan area.We believe young people are partners in seeking solutions to issues they face. Our community is a resource that can both contribute to and benefit from empowering youth. Incorporating a “self governance” approach to residential care creates a unique partnership between truly independent youth and competent staff and enables a 80% success rate for youth exiting street life.

Janus Youth Programs - Harry's Mother - Garfield Shelter (for Ages 9 To 17)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 233-8111

Founded in 1976, Harry's Mother provides comprehensive 24-hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter and individual and family counseling to runaway youth, ages 9 to 17, and their families in the Portland Metropolitan area.Operating a crisis intervention/counseling center and a confidential 12-bed shelter called Garfield House, Harry's Mother serves over 500 runaway and homeless youth and their families each year. A 24-hour Youth and Family Help Line provides immediate assistance, information and referral to 1,000 callers yearly. A national "best practice” model for Positive Youth Development, Harry's Mother has been the federally designated Basic Center program in Multnomah County since its inception.

Outside In - Day Program (for Ages 16 To 21)
Portland, OR - 97205
(503) 535-3800

Our mission is to help homeless youth and other marginalized people move towards improved health and self-sufficiency. We are...Service providers and advocates.Experts in understanding adolescents.A Federally Qualified Health Center.A licensed Mental Health Agency.Leaders in serving GLBTQ youth.

Portland Rescue Mission - Sheperd's Door (for Women & Children)
Portland, OR - 97230
(503) 256-2353

Our Children’s Center at Shepherd’s Door is a state-certified childcare facility, staffed with highly-qualified, nurturing adults whose only aim is to see each child reach their full potential. Bright colors, open spaces and special play areas help kids regain their childhood

Union Gospel Mission - Lifechange
Portland, OR - 97209
(503) 274-4483

LifeChange is a Christ-centered addiction recovery community. When you join the LifeChange community you live and work with people committed to transforming their lives and breaking free of addiction.

Janus Youth Programs - Buckman House (for Men Ages 17 To 25)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 233-6090

Buckman House serves emotionally disturbed delinquent males, ages 17 to 25, who have successfully completed treatment at the MacLaren State Training School and one of the four close custody juvenile correction work camps and is the only youth care center in Oregon dedicated to providing these youth with independent living and mental health aftercare services.

Janus Youth Programs - Clackamas House And Taylor House (for Ages 13 To 17)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 233-6090

Clackamas House is designed as a step down program for female youth, ages 13 to 17, leaving higher levels of care facilities but still requiring structured and supervised living environments. Clients for Clackamas House must be referred by Oregon's Department of Human Services.

Janus Youth Programs - Cordero House (for Males Ages 14 To 19)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 244-2068

A long-term residential program, Cordero serves boys 14 to 19 and their families who are in need of individual, group and family counseling as the result of sexual abuse. Services include residential and out patient skill building and mental health counseling, psychiatric assessment and medication management for youth in the custody of the Oregon Youth Authority.

Janus Youth Programs - Willamette Bridge Programs - Bridge House (for Ages 16 To 20 & Children)
Portland, OR - 97205
(503) 222-2662

For over 20 years, Willamette Bridge Programs have been providing support and resources to homeless youth to help them free themselves from life on the streets. Started as a federal demonstration project to develop a transitional living program specializing in street-dependent youth, Willamette Bridge is now the oldest continuously funded transitional living program. Today, Willamette Bridge has expanded to integrate a continuum of services ranging from street outreach and needs assessment to emergency housing and case management, which serve the estimated 3,000 homeless youth in the Portland Metropolitan area.

Janus Youth Programs - Buckman Annex (for Ages 17 To 25)
Portland, OR - 97232
(503) 233-6090

The Annex is a 120-day independent living and community transition program for youth who successfully graduate from the core residential program Buckman House and are stepping down to a BRS Level 3 program. The Annex can accommodate four youth in apartment-style housing to practice independent living skills while under limited staff supervision. Youth are expected to maintain employment, pay bills, and take care of their housekeeping as they transition fully into the community.

Outside In - Transitional Housing (for Youth Ages 16 To 21)
Portland, OR - 97205
(503) 535-3800

Of the estimated 1,500-2,000 homeless youth in Portland, the majority come from the greater metropolitan area and throughout Oregon. Youth end up on the street for multiple reasons: Family poverty, violence, mental and physical illness in their families, sexual minority issues, unemployment, domestic violence, and sexual abuse are just some of the contributing factors. Other youth simply find themselves abandoned by their parents.

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