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Day Centers & Homeless Resources

Information about day centers and other resources for people experiencing homelessness.

Community Connect

Seeking prevention or homeless assistance? Contact the Community Connect homeless response system at:

Call 503-640-3263 | email [email protected]

Day centers and other homeless resources

Just Compassion of East Washington County - 503-624-4666
Just Compassion is open 10 am to 2 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Showers and laundry are offered on the first Sunday of the month from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Contact Just Compassion for further information.

HomePlate Youth Services - 503-320-8965
HomePlate is open offers drop-in services and street outreach for young people age 24 years and younger experiencing homelessness.

Open Door HousingWorks - 503-640-9374
Open Door is open 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday, and offers drop-in daytime services for homeless persons including hot meals, showers, laundry, phone and mailbox use. Emergency food boxes and other services are also available.

Project Homeless Connect (PHC) - 971-713-3930
PHC offers outreach services and drop-in daytime services for homeless persons every day of the week, Sunday - Saturday from 7am - 4pm. The Center is located at 363 SE 6 Avenue, Hillsboro (near the 8th Street Max Stop).

Washington County Family Shelter Network administered by Community Action - 503-640-3263
Community Action offers a variety of assistance for homeless families and persons at risk of homelessness.

Safe Place for Youth - 503-542-2717
Safe Place serves youth aged 12 to 20 years experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless because of instability in their own homes. Safe Place provides emergency shelter, basic needs, and case management services for youth who have run away or are homeless. Please reach out for availability and to learn more about this shelter.

211 Info - 211 or 503-222-5555
211 Info is an Information and Referral services that connects people in Oregon and Southwest Washington with community resources.

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