Basic needs programs such as food, shelter, health care, severe weather shelters, and more.
2-1-1 or 503-222-5555
Emergency shelter and support for adults and children who are experiencing or survived domestic violence. Programs include culturally specific support for LGBTQ and Black/African American survivors. Spanish-speaking staff and other language translation services available.
503-235-5333/1-888-235-5333 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
Free emergency shelter accommodations and other services for adults, children, and their pets escaping imminent physical danger in violent situations. Advocacy, case management, and support groups. Spanish-speaking staff available.
503-469-8620 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
Emergency shelter for families and individuals fleeing domestic violence, case management, support groups, and other programming available for current and past shelter residents. Spanish-speaking staff available.
503-222-6507 (General Info)
Food, shelter, and support services for families.
Family shelter for up to six weeks, three meals a day, and case management.
11130 SW Greenburg Rd., Tigard, OR 97223
Emergency shelter for up to five weeks with case management services.
210 SE 12th Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123
Transitional housing center that provides a therapeutic environment for 50 veterans and their families daily. Eligibility: completed basic training and served on Active Duty.
14825 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton OR 97007
30-day emergency shelter program open 24/7 for youth ages 12-20. Also available for drop-in services: food, clothing, showers, bedrooms, and case management.
454 SW Washington St., Hillsboro, OR 97123
Matches volunteer host homes with unaccompanied high school students experiencing homelessness, assuring they have stable housing and ongoing support in Washington County, Clackamas County, Gresham-Barlow, and Lincoln County school districts.
503-221-1054, Ext. 277