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Oregon Homeless Shelters

Select a Oregon county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Oregon Counties:

Benton (3)
Clatsop (2)
Lane (22)
Linn (1)
Marion (3)
Multnomah (12)

Latest Update to Oregon Homeless Shelters database:

Eugene Mission
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 344-3251
Salem Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Salem, OR - 97304
(503) 370-9752

Mission-Salem Interfaith Hospitality Network engages the faith community and together provides safe, warm shelter for families while they seek permanent housing. We advocate for our guests and assists them in obtaining housing, employment, childcare and other vital services.

Sheltercare - Shankle Safe Haven (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97403
(541) 686-1262

We serve families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and adults who have a mental illness or a brain injury.   We offer a variety of housing support services for the homeless or those facing homelessness with a committed focus on the community's most vulnerable individuals dealing with psychiatric disabiities, an acquired brain injury and homeless families.

Looking Glass - New Roads Program (for Ages 16 To 21)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 686-2688

In our community, when teenagers need assistance to address difficult problems, Looking Glass is there to offer support, treatment, and guidance. Every year our programs help more than 7,500 children cope with the difficult issues related to abuse, neglect, educational deficits, mental health issues, drug addiction and homelessness.

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.

First Place Family Shelter - Day Shelter
Eugene, OR - 97405
(541) 342-7728
Looking Glass - Station 7 (for Runaway Youth Ages 11 To 17)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 689-3111

Emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages, 11-17, family reconciliation, and 24-hour crisis hotline. Call (541) 689-3111

Looking Glass - Day Shelter (18+)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 689-3111

Day shelter is not available

Eugene Mission
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 344-3251
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.

Union Gospel Mission Of Salem - New Life Fellowship
Salem, OR - 97301
(503) 367-6388

Homeless men struggling to overcome drug and alcohol addictions as well as other life controlling behaviors enter the Mission doors looking for help. Partnering with the local church and community, the Mission is here to provide hope for a better future as they invite men in crisis experience a life changing relationship with Christ.

Clatsop Community Action - Transitional Housing
Astoria, OR - 97103
(503) 325-1400

Continuum of Care is a transitional housing program. Intensive case management is provided to these households on a weekly basis, often in the home. For this program, CCA leases two rental units for these clients. We provide utility payments as well as some other funding toward supportive services such as medical appointment co-pays or money to pay for identification papers. These clients may remain in this housing for six

Community Outreach - Families In Transition
Corvallis, OR - 97330
(541) 758-3000

Families in Transition (FIT) was established in 1989, and is the areas premier transitional housing program. FIT seeks to help homeless families obtain and keep permanent housing, breaking the repetitive cycle of homelessness. FIT uses a comprehensive approach combining affordable housing with intensive, in-home case management, support services, counseling, education and skills training, and referral and collaboration with other agencies. FIT families participate in the program for 6 months to one year, with follow-up of up to 18 months.

Community Outreach - Transitional Housing Program
Corvallis, OR - 97330
(541) 758-3000

Our Transitional Housing Program provides a unique opportunity for homeless men, women, and families to learn to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community.  In a structured, safe, and supportive environment clients are able to take advantage of our extensive case management services and life skills training.  In addition, we offer classes on health/nutrition education and computer skills

Jackson Street Youth Shelter (for Ages 10 To 17)
Corvallis, OR - 97330
(541) 754-2404

Some youth do not have a stable home to return to. Our goal is to allow these youth to stay as long as they need to, and to help them locate and transition to a new, healthy, permanent living situation.

St. Vincent De Paul Society - Connections Transitional Housing
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 687-5820

Connections Transitional Housing helps homeless families transition from repeated episodes of homelessness to stability. Intensive case management, innovative and appropriate services, and affordable housing for up to two years help families break the cycle of homelessness.

Sheltercare - Family Housing Program
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 689-1262

Family Housing Program: Approximately 20 long-term units at this shelter that also serves families.

Sheltercare - Brethren Housing Program
Springfield, OR - 97477
(541) 686-1262

Brethren Housing: 22 long-term units (includes the Afiya Apartments).

Shelter Care - Garden Place (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97401
(541) 686-1262

Garden Place: Twelve-bed secure residential treatment facility.

Sheltercare - The Heeran Center Residence (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97401
(541) 686-1262

The Heeran Center Residence: Sixteen-bed high level care facility.

Sheltercare - Shankle Safe Haven (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97403
(541) 686-1262

Shankle Safe Haven offers shelter and services for 16 chronically homeless individuals and a day program for an additional 12-16 adults.

Sheltercare - The Inside Program (for The Mentally Ill)
Springfield, OR - 97477
(541) 686-1262

The Inside Program (TIP) provides short-term transitional housing and permanent housing for individuals that have generally been chronically homeless for long periods of time.

Sheltercare - Uhlhorn Program (brain Injury)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 686-1262

helterCare's Uhlhorn Program serves low income individuals who have survived a brain injury (BI or closed head injury) and are working to regain the skills necessary for independent living.

Looking Glass - New Roads Program (for Ages 16 To 21)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 686-2688

New Roads Program: Transitional and independent living services for homeless youth ages 16-21. Education offered through New Roads School for homeless youth. Call (541)  686-4310. New Roads School (541) 302-2551

St. John Bosco House (for Women Ages 18 To 25 & Children)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 683-7517

It is our belief that every child deserves to be born into a stable home and every expecting mother needs social, spiritual, and financial sustenance. Unfortunately, many women do not have family or community that can meet these needs. St. John Bosco House seeks to provide the opportunity for a safe and stable home life no matter what mistakes were made in the past.  Our house is a respectful home with aspirations, rules and expectations.  We recognize that all human beings stumble, and we will offer our hand to help young women back onto their feet as many times as they need.  We do not condone or enable behavior that is disrespectful or destructive. We continually offer the opportunity for change of heart. We continually hope for it, continually pray for it.

Stonehaven Ministries (for Men)
Keizer, OR - 97307
(503) 390-0809
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.

Albany Helping Hands - Shelter
Albany, OR - 97321
(541) 926-4036

We only have one transitional house at the moment.  We are still in the experimental stages of the program.  However our main goals and objectives for this program is to put homeless people with incomes into transitional housing.

Clatsop Community Action - Hilltop Apartments
Astoria, OR - 97103
(503) 325-1400

Clatsop Community Action (CCA) serves Clatsop County citizens at or below 80 percent of the county’s median income at our Hilltop Apartments.Clatsop Community Action (CCA) owns and operates a 22 unit apartment complex called Hilltop Apartments. The complex consists of eleven buildings. It includes four 3-Bedroom (3BR) duplex buildings and seven 2-Bedroom (2BR) duplex buildings for a total of eight 3BR units and fourteen 2BR units. The buildings were built as Naval housing in 1940. The housing was acquired by CCA from Clatsop County Housing Authority in 1994.

St. Vincent De Paul Society - Permanent Affordable Rentals
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 687-5820

n order for children to succeed at school, adults to succeed at work, and seniors and veterans to live with dignity, they all need a place to call home. St. Vincent de Paul provides beautiful, quality, affordable rental housing in Lane and Marion counties.

St. Vincent De Paul - Lift Program (mentally Ill) (prior Or Present Substance Abuse)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 687-5820

LIFT (Living Independently Following Treatment) provides permanent housing for 18 individuals/families annually. Participants have clinically assessed, co-occurring mental illnesses with addictions and are in recovery having received inpatient treatment. Currently, LIFT is serving eight individuals and ten families.

Sheltercare - Hawthorn Program (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97401
(541) 686-1262

The Hawthorn Program: A 35-unit subsidized housing facility.

Sheltecare - Riverbend Supportive Community (for The Mentally Ill)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 302-9195

Riverbend Supportive Community: As many as 90 units located in community apartments.

Sheltercare - Uhlhorn Program (brain Injury)
Eugene, OR - 97402
(541) 345-4244

ShelterCare's Uhlhorn Program serves low income individuals who have survived a brain injury (BI or closed head injury) and are working to regain the skills necessary for independent living.

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