FACING AN EMERGENCY? See below for help with food, domestic violence, housing, and mental health crises. If you need help from a category not featured here, try the “Comprehensive Resource Guides,” which feature a multitude of resources for a wide variety of topics.
- Comprehensive Resource Guides
- Domestic Violence
- Housing / Shelter
- Mental Health Crises
Comprehensive Resource Guides
|Where to Turn: A Family Resource Directory for|
East Multnomah County
This book is a comprehensive family resource directory or services in East Multnomah County and can be purchased at the MHCC bookstore for under $10.00. It is updated annually but recent versions are all good.
|Oregon SafeNetconnects low-income Oregon residents with health care and social services in their communities. Services in English & Spanish with the AT&T Language Line for other languages.||503-988-5858|
8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
|211info provides Information & Referral services for callers from Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. 211infowill connect you with appropriate and available referrals to find the help you need.||2-1-1|
|Clackamas Service Center|
Food Boxes Monday – Thursday 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Clothing Tuesday/Thursday 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Hot meals Monday – Thursday at 5pm
Lunches 10 a.m. – noon.
Call for more info!
|St. Vincent de Paul|
Offers many services, including food programs, emergency financial assistance, emergency transportation, disaster relief, thrift stores, job training, counseling, and more.
|Snow-Cap Community Charities|
Provides food, clothing, advocacy and other services to the poor. SnowCap is located behind Rockwood United Methodist Church at 17805 SE Stark. Families are served 10 to 2 Monday through Friday.
Housing / Shelter
|Housing Connections You can use this site to help locate housing in Clackamas, Clark, Multnomah, and Washington counties. It allows users to search for subsidized housing, Section 8 and private market housing.||503-802-8562|
8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
(Serves east of 82nd Ave)
MISSION: To help low-income and homeless families gain self sufficiency by providing affordable housing, family support services, job-readiness training and economic development opportunities.
|Central City Concern ||503 294-1681 |
|My Father’s House (Gresham)||(503) 492-3046|
|Portland Rescue Mission||503-MISSION |
|Council for the Homeless (Clark County)||360-993-9561|