– Our Services –
Our multi-pronged approach built upon trusting relationships includes our street outreach team, access center, shelter services, and housing resources with case management.
Our team engages with individuals living in unsheltered locations that might not come to the attention of the homelessness service system otherwise.
The home base for all our programs; a place where people can receive essential services for their basic human needs.
Congregate and non-congregate shelter settings protect individuals from the outside elements and offer greater stability.
Multiple programs that provide short-, medium-, and long-term housing assistance with case management.
One-stop-shop resource events that provide individuals with services that would otherwise take months to secure.
Our team identifies and engages with individuals living in unsheltered locations, connecting them to resources to address immediate needs and find new pathways.
A place of refuge, belonging, and resourcing; where people can receive warm meals, hot showers, laundry services, ID acquisition assistance, peer support, and connections to various resources, including shelters and housing programs.
Shelters for Severe Weather and Inclement Weather
PHC manages two shelter models:
1. Year-round motel-style shelters.
2. Temporary congregate shelters are activated during severe weather conditions.
Three housing programs are operating within Project Homeless Connect: Housing Liaison, Rapid Rehousing Case Management, and RLRA Case Management.
One-stop-shop events that provide extensive, critical services and resources for individuals and families experiencing homelessness or housing instability in Washington County, Oregon.