For youth ages 12-24 years old experiencing housing instability or in need of extra support to achieve self-defined success. Drop-in locations, meals and access to necessary resources like hygiene supplies, clothes closet, shower, arts and recreation. Spanish speaking staff available.
12520 SW 3rd St., Beaverton, OR 97005
Hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family-like support for families in crisis through a community of volunteers to keep children safe and ultimately, together with their families.
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
Provides free career technical training and education for youth to begin careers or advance in higher education. Students live on site and earn a stipend while enrolled in Job Corp. For low-income youth ages 16-24 who are US citizen or legal residents of the US and who agree to abide by a zero-tolerance policy on drugs, alcohol, violence, and harassment with limited court involvement or serious behavioral issues.
971-988-9099 (Troy Madrid, Admissions Counselor)
Specialists help former foster youth and other vulnerable youth ages 17-22 to identify their goals and guide them as they: strive to finish high school or earn a GED, apply for college and scholarships, find housing, learn money management skills, find and maintain employment, apply for medical insurance, seek physical and mental health services, access community resources, and more.