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Winter Shelters

WINTER SHELTERS:

North Portland Winter Shelter - 4775 N Lombard Avenue (Portsmouth Union Church), Portland 97203

Intake: Call to inquire about accessing shelter (503) 490-0285 or fill out an online form to refer an individual. Please DO NOT show up at the shelter without an intake appointment. Once a space is reserved, the guest may continue to use the space until they no longer need it.

Hours: Intakes: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm
Shelter: 8pm-7am,7 days per week, November 4, 2019-March 31, 2020
Serves: Individuals age 18 and older, with priority for individuals in North Portland. Pets allowed with a leash, carrier, good behavior.

 

5th Avenue Winter Shelter - 421 SW 5th Avenue, Portland 97204
Intake: Intake is done through the TPI Resource Center NOT through the shelter's physical location. If guests arrive at the shelter location without going through the reservation lottery intake, they will be turned away. Once a space is reserved, it is saved until the guest does not return.

Hours: TPI Resource Center walk in: 650 NW Irving Street, Portland, 7 Days per week 8am-4pm
TPI Resource Center phone: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm, 503-280-4700
Shelter: 7pm-6:30am, 7 days per week through the winter season.
Serves: Males age 18 and older, with priority for men age 55 and older, adults with disabilities, and veterans.

YEAR-ROUND SHELTERS:

Wy’East Shelter - 1415 SE 122nd Avenue, Portland 97233

Intake: Call to inquire about accessing shelter (503) 490-0285 or fill out an online form to refer an individual. Shelter intake times will vary as the shelter often maintains a waitlist. Please DO NOT show up at the shelter without an intake appointment. Once a space is reserved, the guest may continue to use the space until they no longer need it.

Hours: Shelter services: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Shelter check-in: Varies based on intake appointment time
Referrals accepted Monday-Friday: 11am-4pm

Serves: Male-identifying individuals age 18 and older. Priority given to veterans, adults 55 and older, and individuals with disabilities. Animals that are well-behaved, safe, and housebroken are allowed. Pet owners must be responsible for caring for, feeding, and cleaning up after the animal.

Laurelwood Center - 6130 SE Foster Road, Portland OR 97206

Intake: Intake is done through the TPI Resource Center NOT through the shelter's physical location. If guests arrive at the shelter location without going through the reservation lottery intake, they will be turned away. Once a space is reserved, it is saved until the guest does not return.

Hours: TPI Resource Center walk in: 650 NW Irving Street, Portland, 7 Days per week 8am-4pm
TPI Resource Center phone: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm, 503-280-4700
Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Serves: Female-identified individuals and couples (any two people who present as a couple, regardless of gender) age 18 and older. Priority is given to people age 55 and older, adults with disabilities, and veterans. Pets allowed; must be well-behaved, safe, and housebroken. The owner of the animal is responsible for caring for, feeding, and cleaning up after the animal.

Safety Off the Streets Shelter (SOS) - 435 NW Glisan Street, Portland 97209

Intake: Intake is done through the TPI Resource Center NOT through the shelter's physical location. If guests arrive at the shelter location without going through the reservation lottery intake, they will be turned away. Once a space is reserved, it is saved until the guest does not return.

Hours: TPI Resource Center walk in: 650 NW Irving Street, Portland, 7 Days per week 8am-4pm
TPI Resource Center phone: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm, 503-280-4700
Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Serves: Single female-identified only. This site cannot accommodate service carts or children. Service animals are permitted.

Gresham Women’s Shelter - 16141 E Burnside Street, Portland 97233

Intake: Dial 2-1-1 to be added to a callback list when the list is open
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Serves: Female-identified adults and pregnant individuals in their first or second trimester age 18 and older

Multnomah County Family Shelters

Intake: Dial 2-1-1 to be screened and added to the waitlist
Hours: Waitlist/Intake Line: 7 days per week 9am-5pm. Shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Serves: Homeless families with children (any combination of adults with one or more minor children) and pregnant individuals in their third trimester

Category: Community Resources | Added by: Admin (2020-03-17)
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