FINDING RESOURCES AND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT POVERTY

 
 
 
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resource guide

Street Roots,  a comprehensive guide to resources available for the homeless http://www.streetroots.org/about/work/resourceguide

 

homeless shelters
in portland

Burnside Shelter,  111 W. Burnside, Portland, OR 97209, (503) 906-7690. Meals, shelter (men), clothing and showers for overnight guests, restrooms, recovery program with life skills assistance.

Central City Concern, 232 NW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97209, (503) 294-1681,  www.centralcityconcern.org
Employment, housing and healthcare

City Team, 526 SE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR 97214, (503) 231-9334,  www.cityteam.org/portland Meals, shelter (men), showers (men), recovery program (men)

New Avenues for Youth, 1220 SW Columbia, Portland, Oregon 97201, (503) 224-4339,  www.newavenues.org Housing, job and education assistance for youth

Northwest Pilot Projects, 1430 SW Broadway, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97201, (503) 227-5605,  www.nwpilotproject.org Housing assistance for seniors

Portland Rescue Mission, 503-MISSION (647-7466), www.PortlandRescueMission.org

Portland Homeless Family Solutions, 1221 SW Yamhill, Suite 210, Portland Oregon, 97205, (503) 915-8306, www.pdxhfs.org Two family night shelters and one family day shelter with meals, laundry, showers, permanent housing support

Shepherd’s Door is a community of single women and women with children (ages 10 and under) who participate in New Life Ministries at Portland Rescue Mission.

Salvation Army, 8495 SE Monterey Avenue, Happy Valley, OR 97086, (503) 794-3200,  www.tsacascade.org Shelter (women and children), recovery program (men)

Sisters of the Road, 133 NW Sixth Avenue, Portland, OR 97209, (503) 222-5694,  www.sistersoftheroad.org Meals, job training

Transition Projects, 475 NW Glisan Street, Portland, OR 97209, (503) 823-4930,  www.tprojects.org Shelter (men, women), housing assistance, food, clothing, showers, laundry, Showers, restrooms, job and education assistance
 

Union Gospel Mission, 3 NW 3rd St, Portland, OR 97209, (503) 274-4483,  www.ugmportland.org Clothing, meals, shelter (single men, single women), recovery program (men and women)

 

training

Donna Beegle, founder of Communications Across Barriers, https://www.combarriers.com/ For over two and a half decades, Communication Across Barriers (CAB), a national and international gold standard consulting firm has been serving professionals and entire communities on breaking the cycle of poverty in America.

 

 
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