housing assistance for parkrose residents
Connecting you to the help you need
Historic Parkrose is committed to increasing social equity, economic opportunity, and safety in Portland’s Parkrose district.
We make change happen by fostering collaboration between our diverse neighbors, local businesses, and property owners.
If you are unhoused or experiencing housing insecurity in Parkrose, we can assist in the process of searching for resources or refer you to a direct service provider. Please email our Community and Volunteer Engagement Liaison Lillyanne Pham at email@example.com or call 503-964-7807.
Supportive Housing Services (SHS) Program
Our waitlist is currently full. If you need rent assistance, please contact 211 to see if another agency can assist you.
Who? Youth ages 9-17 who are at-risk of or experiencing housing instability.
Where? 470 SE 165th Ave., Portland, OR 97233
What? The program offers community-and site-based case management, family mediation and reunification support, in-reach to schools and response to law enforcement, crisis intervention, and short-term emergency housing menu, basic needs and transportation, client assistance, resource referral, and navigation (including access to alternative education options, LGBTQ-specific programs, wraparound services for gang-impacted and sex-trafficked youth).
The New Avenues Youth Opportunity Center offers drop-in hours for youth to use computers, access culturally specific hygiene products, laundry, quiet spaces, and more. Monday-Friday 10am-6pm.
Contact: To connect with the program, make a referral, or learn more, call 971-754-4350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are in need of immediate assistance or crisis support, call our 24/7/365 line at 503-224-4598.
Transition Projects Veterans Services
Who? Individuals who have served in the military and their families who are unhoused or experiencing housing insecurity
Where? 8028 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97215
What? This program offers a variety of supportive services to veterans (including National Guard or Reserves) such as access to legal assistance, benefits advocacy, and homelessness prevention services.
- Veterans Services Pre-Screening Form – tprojects.org/veterans-services-pre-screening-form
- Permanent Supportive Housing Pre–Screening Form (for non-Veterans to access Transition Projects general housing services) – tprojects.org/housing-assessment
Contact info: Email Veterans Outreach Supervisor Gelinda Chernault at email@example.com or call 503-488-7725
Who? Unhoused youth, ages 16-25
Where? 338 NW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
What? An art program, bike shop, and safe space with limited hours due to COVID-19.
Contact: Email Safe Space Coordinator Tony Camacho at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-228-6677
211info empowers Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by helping people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need.
Who? Those marginalized by poverty, houselessness, sex work, violence and substance use.
Where? St Peter & Paul Episcopal Church, 247 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR
What? Meals and supplies on Fridays (7-9pm)
Private eating area for non-cis men
Mental health providers
Camp outreach in Montavilla
Contact: Email email@example.com or call 971-208-3176.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors PDX
Who? Small homeless encampments in North Portland and service providers looking for training resources for their communities.
Where? Kenton District in Portland
What? Trash removal and care kits
Contact info: Email Logistics Coordinator Patt Opdyke at firstname.lastname@example.org or Service Provider Terrance Moses at email@example.com
The Urban League Portland
Who? Prioritizes BIPOC single adults, but welcomes all to call.
What? Housing assistance hotline for housed and unhoused folks.
How? Call 503-280-2600
When? Open twice a month, usually the second and last Friday of the month. Can vary, but please do call to check in.
Contact info: Email Housing Specialist Ramon Lowe at firstname.lastname@example.org or their general email address at email@example.com