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Transitional Housing Program
Turning Point transitional housing program is currently OPEN.
Scattered Site transitional housing program is currently CLOSED, but will open June 15st.
Chase House transitional housing program is currently CLOSED.
Due to the overwhelming need, all families must have a referring agency. Referral forms will be accepted from any social service agency when the program is OPEN. Please access a Homeless Referral Form here.
Neighborhood House’s transitional housing program offers hope and stability for homeless families with children. It empowers families to overcome barriers, whether internal or external, and gain the skills they need to secure and maintain permanent housing and build more stable and successful lives.
In addition to housing, the program offers the following support services:
- Family case management
- Adult education and literacy
- Employment assistance
To review the guidelines for eligibility, please click here.
Turning Point offers small one bedroom efficiencies in SW Portland – shelter fees are based on 30% adjusted gross income.
Chase House is a shared living 5 bedroom/6 bathroom house in N Portland – shelter fees are $350 to $400 per month dependent on room.
Scatttered Site program will be made available throughout Multnomah County – shelter fees are based on 30% adjusted gross income.