Housing Resources for the Gresham Area

Homes to Rent

NoAppFee.com

Pay only one background check fee and apply to multiple rental listings in the Portland Metro area. There is no need to pay an application fee for every application. Your background check fee may be refunded after move-in.
http://noappfee.com

Low-Fee / Affordable Housing

Oregon Health Authority Addictions and Mental Health Services Affordable Housing Inventory

Lists of houses and apartments with affordable rates, searchable by county and city.
https://services.oregon.gov/oha/amh/Pages/affordable_housing.aspx

Home Forward

Housing for individuals and families with low income levels in the Portland Metro / Multnomah County area. There are often waiting lists.
http://www.homeforward.org

Housing Authority of Clackamas County

Affordable housing for residents in Clackamas County. There are often waiting lists.
http://www.clackamas.us/housingauthority/

Oregon Housing Authority

The coordinator affordable housing agencies in Oregon with resources for every county.
https://www.orhousingauthorities.org/

Cascadia Waitlist

Group homes, apartments with staff, and regular apartments for those with mental health differences.
(503) 232- 6971
http://cascadiabhc.org/seeking-help/

Central City Concern

Low income housing individuals and families who are homeless, in recovery, living with HIV/AIDS or other disabling conditions, have a criminal history, or have mental health challenges. Limited low income housing for the general community
523 NW Everett St
(503) 525-8483
http://www.centralcityconcern.org/services/housing/

Hacienda Community Development

Low-income housing units.
6700 NE Killingsworth St
(503) 595-2111
http://www.haciendacdc.org/housing-development

Human Solutions

Low income housing
(503) 548-0200
http://humansolutions.org/

Innovative Housing

Low income housing for individuals and families
(503) 226-4368
http://www.innovativehousinginc.com/

Maybelle Center for Community

Low-income housing.
(503) 222-5720
http://www.maybellecenter.org

Outside In
for Youth Ages 18-24

Transitional housing.
(503) 432-3986
http://www.outsidein.org/

REACH Community Development

Low income housing.
(503) 231-0682
http://reachcdc.org/

Shelters for Homelessness and Crisis Situations

Catholic Charities
for Adult Women without Children

Homeless drop-in services.
2740 SE Powell Blvd (503) 231-4866.
http://www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org/

Cityteam
for Adult Men without Children

Overnight shelter, clothing, and breakfast. Sign-up and $5 fee or voucher required.
526 SE Grand Ave
(503) 231-9334.
http://www.cityteam.org/

Do Good Multnomah
for Homeless Male Veterans

http://dogoodmultnomah.org/

Human Solutions Family Center
for Homeless Families and Pregnant Women

Shelter for homeless families with children and pregnant individuals in their 3rd trimester.
16015 SE Stark St
(503) 477-9724 24/7
http://humansolutions.org/

Janus Youth Programs/ Harry’s Mother
for Youth Ages 9-17

24/7 crisis intervention & short-term emergency shelter for youth.
738 NE Davis St
(503) 233-8111
http://www.janusyouth.org/programs/runaway-youth

Janus Youth Programs/ Porch Light
for Homeless Youth Ages 16-24

Provides shelter for homeless youth. Available 15 days/month
1635 SW Alder St
(503) 432-3986
http://www.janusyouth.org/programs/homeless-youth

Outside In
for Youth Ages 18-24

Homeless daytime drop-in services for youth ages 18 -24
1132 SW 13th Ave
(503) 535-3800
http://www.outsidein.org/

Portland Rescue Mission
for Adult Men

Check-in for shelter and clothing for men. Valid tuberculosis (TB) card required.
111 W Burnside St
(503) 906-7690
http://www.portlandrescuemission.org/

Salvation Army Female Emergency Shelter (SAFES) for Adult Women

Shelter and day center. Information on transitional housing available.
30 SW 2nd Ave
(503) 227-0810

Transition Projects

Information on various shelters. Check-in may be required.
650 NW Irving Street
(503) 280-4700
http://www.tprojects.org/

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