Oregon

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Portland

Oregon Food Bank, (503) 282-0555

Northeast Emergency Food Program, (503) 284-5470

Allen Temple Food Pantry, (503) 284-1010

C3 Food Pantry, (971) 600-2337

Crossroads Foodbank, (503) 257-9345

Sunshine Division, (503) 823-2102 ( Sunshine Division is a program that provides food and clothing relief to Portland families and individuals in need. )

Lift Urban Portland Pantry, (503) 221-1224

Neighborhood House Food Pantry, (503) 246-1663

Clay Street Table, (503) 449-4969 ( Clay Street Table is a meal program and food pantry that has became a major source of food for those experiencing poverty and homelessness in the area. )

Food Distribution Center - Loaves & Fishes Centers, The Meals-on-wheels People, (503) 736-6325

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank, (503) 939-7555

Food Distribution Center - Urban Gleaners, (503) 226-8061

Food Distribution Center - The Salvation Army Portland Tabernacle, (503) 239-1264

Food Distribution Center - Saint Mark's Lutheran Church-food Pantry, (503) 777-1443

Food Distribution Center - Saint Andrew's Episcopal Pantry, (503) 283-3511

Food Distribution Center - Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon, (503) 595-5501

Food Distribution Center - Fish Emergency Service, (503) 233-5533

Hereford House Pantry, (503) 568-4366 

Sisters of the Road Cafe, (503) 222-5694 ( Sisters of the Road Cafe is a program that wants to end poverty and homelessness by providing nourishing meals in a safe, dignified space. )

Food Distribution Center - NW Portland Ministies, Inc., (503) 221-1224

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Faith Roundtable Against Hunger, (503) 731-9519

Food Distribution Center - Wic State Agency - Oregon, 800) 723-3638

Oregon Food Bank WC, (503) 439-6510

Food Distribution Center - The Salvation Army-gresham, (503) 661-2704

Food Distribution Center - Portland Organizing Project,  (503) 235-6233

Food Distribution Center - Clackamas Service Center, (503) 799-3585

Food Distribution Center - Portland Rescue Mission, (503) 906-7619

Food Distribution Center - Join: A Center For Involvement, (503) 232-2031

Food Distribution Center - Association Of Oregon Community, (503) 223-4041

Food Distribution Center - Saint Luke Lutheran Church, (503) 246-2325

Food Distribution Center - Sacred Hannah Pantry, (503) 935-7297

Mainspring Portland, (503) 233-5533  (Mainspring Portland has food secure for families and seniors that need help. )

Francis Center, (503) 775-6784 ( The Francis Center is a non-profit food and clothing pantry. )

Food Distribution Center - Portland Farmers Market, (503) 241-0032

Food Distribution Center - Snowcap Community Charities, (503) 674-8785

St Andrews Episcopal Fd Pantry,  (503) 247-3511

Food Distribution Center - Growing Gardens, (503) 284-8420

PACS - Portland Adventist Community Services, (503) 252-8500

Food Distribution Center - Religious Outreach Committee, (503) 236-5573

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Law Center, (503) 295-2760

Food Distribution Center - Ecumenical Ministries, (503) 221-1054

Food Distribution Center - Habitat For Humanity Of Oregon, 

Food Distribution Center - Albina Ministerial Alliance, (503) 285-0493

Food Distribution Center - Mercy Corps Northwest, (503) 236-1580

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Food Bank - Washington County Services, (503) 439-6510

Food Distribution Center - Grace Christian Fellowship,(503) 286-2085

St. Juan Diego Food Pantry, (503) 985-6064

Food Distribution Center - Portland Community Gardens (parks And Recreation), (503) 823-1612

Food Distribution Center - The Salvation Army, Moore Saint Corps, (503) 493-3925

Rock Creek Church Pantry, (503) 645-2525

Food Distribution Center - Blessed Temple Community Church, (503) 297-4659

Food Distribution Center - Community Health Partnership, (503) 227-5502

Tualatin Valley Gleaners, (503) 719-9890

Food Distribution Center - Food Train/food Depot, (503) 234-5287

Food Distribution Center - Mercy Corps, (503) 796-6800

The Salvation Army - Portland Moore Street Community Center, (971) 340-4010

Burnside Shelter (Portland Rescue Mission), (503) 906-7690

Day Break Shelter, (503) 477-9724

Transition Projects Willamette Center Shelter, (503) 488-7750

A Home for Everyone, (503) 988-2525

Portland Homeless Family Solutions, (503) 915-8306

Access & Assessment Center, (503) 223-2050

River District Navigation Center, (503) 280-4700

Transition Projects Safety Off the Streets (SOS) Shelter,  (503) 488-7764

Dignity Village, (503) 281-1604 ( Dignity Village is an community that provides year-round shelter and safety off the street for up to sixty people every night. )

Transition Projects Doreen's Place Shelter, (503) 280-4664

Rose Haven Day Shelter for Women and Children, (503) 248-6364

Transition Projects Walnut Park Shelter, (503) 488-7761

CityTeam Portland, (503) 231-9334 ( CityTeam Portland offers help and hope to the neighbors in need with hot meals, groceries, shelter, housing and restorative programs, learning and career help. )

Kenton Women's Village, (503) 558-5628 ( Kenton Women's Village is a service that wants sustainability and livability of all neighbors.)

United States Mission,(503) 288-9294 ( United States Mission purpose is to provide residents with a long term clean and sober home with quality meals and a self-help work program that provides each person with the opportunity of turning their lives around. )

Porch Light & Street Light Youth Shelters, (503) 432-3986

Transition Projects Resource Center, (503) 280-4700

Portland Homeless Family Solutions, (503) 915-8306

Salvation Army Female Emergency Shelter, (503) 227-0810

Human Solutions, (503) 548-0200 ( Human Solutions counters the forces that keep people and communities in poverty by building relationships and assets that create opportunity. )

The Harbor (Portland Rescue Mission), (503) 647-7466

Transitions Projects TPI, (503) 280-4700

Wy'East Mens Transitional Homeless Shelter, (503) 488-7766

Do Good Multnomah Veterans Shelter, 503) 490-0285

Shepherd's Door (Portland Rescue Mission), (503) 647-7466

Bradley Angle, (503) 232-1528 ( Bradley Angle has Survivor Resources for people that need help with problems their facing. )

Francis Center, (503) 775-6784( The Francis Center is a non-profit food and clothing pantry. )

Transition Projects Veterans Services, (503) 280-4762

Operation Nightwatch, (503) 852-1070

( Operation Nightwatch provides nighttime hospitality for Portland's unhoused population. )

Community of Hope, (503) 852-1070 ( Community of hope exists to empower homeless single-parents families to hope, healing, and stability while living in a safe, supportive environment. )

Blanchet House, (503) 241-4340 ( Blanchet House offers food, shelter and aid to all those in need of a safe place. )

Burnside Shelter (Portland Rescue Mission), (503) 906-7690

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Salem

Marion Polk Food Share, (503) 581-3855

Hope Station Community Services Inc, (503) 339-7710

St Vincent De Paul Society, (503) 364-3210 (St Vincent De Paul Society wants to help people in need. )

The Salvation Army Family Services Building, (503) 585-6688

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Housing And Community Services, (503) 986-2000

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Department Of Education, (503) 378-3600

Food Distribution Center - New Hope, 503) 370-8886

Mano A Mano, (503) 363-1895 ( Mano A Mano wants to help families in need with many programs. )

West Salem United Methodist, (503) 363-3035 West Salem United Methodist helps the homeless and people in need with food and resources. )

New Harvest Church, (503) 763-6911 ( New Harvest Church has food boxes for people in need every two weeks. )

Salem Keizer Meals On Wheels, (503) 364-2856

Queen of Peace Catholic Church, (503) 364-7202 (Queen of Peace Catholic Church has helpful resources and food boxes once a month.)

St Francis Shelter, (503) 588-0428 

Family Promise of the Mid-Willamette Valley, (503) 370-9752

HOAP, (503) 588-5827 ( HOAP wants to keep the Community Healthy. )

Union Gospel Mission of Salem, (503) 362-3983 Union Gospel Mission of Salem wants to help men, women and children break free from homelessness. )

Women at the Well Grace House, (971) 600-3627 Women at the Well Grace House team works with each woman that comes in as an individual to create a self-sufficiency program that will empower them and lead them towards a fully self-sufficient lifestyle.)

The ARCHES Project, (503) 399-9080 The ARCHES Project is a program for housing instability and homelessness. )

The Salvation Army Family Services Building, (503) 585-6688

HOME Youth & Resource Center, (503) 391-6428

Center for Hope & Safety, (503) 378-1572

Oregonians For Food & Shelter, (503) 370-8092

Northwest Human Services, (503) 585-7317

UGM of Salem, (503) 967-6388 ( UGM of Salem helps men, women and children break free from homelessness. )

Nwhs Host Youth & Family, (503) 588-5825 Nwhs Host Youth & Family has services to help families in need. )

United Way-Mid-Willamette Valley, (503) 363-1651 ( United Way-Mid-Willamette Valley focuses on supporting friends and neighbors in need. )

Helping Hands, (503) 364-9936

 

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Eugene

FOOD For Lane County, (541) 343-2822 

Daily Bread, (541) 344-3380 ( Daily Bread has food boxes for people in the area. )

Food Distribution Center - Eugene Salvation Army, (541) 343-3328

Pray Big Food Pantry, (541)689-4010

Catholic Community Services Lane Co , (541) 345-3628

Food For Lane County Dining Room, (541) 343-2822

Fish, (541) 689-9750 ( Fish provides emergency food boxes, propane, and help paying for a medication to families in need. )

The Salvation Army Eugene Corps, (541) 343-3328 ( The Salvation Army Eugene Corps 

helps people in need with fox boxes and services. )

Eugene Faith Center, (541) 686-9244

St. Vincent de Paul Society - Lindholm Service Center, (541) 461-8688

Willamette Farm & Food Coalition, (541) 341-1216

Eugene Mission, (541) 344-3251 ( Eugene Mission provides people in need with food and shelter. )

Burrito Brigade, (541) 556-5051 ( Burrito Brigade is a non-profit organization whose mission is to feed the hungry and unhoused in Oregon by hand-delivering vegan meals for free. )

Positive Community Kitchen, (541) 249-4942

ShelterCare, (541) 686-1262

Community Supported Shelters, (541) 683-0836

Shelter Care Safe Haven, (541) 741-7726

Womenspace,(541) 485-8232 ( Womenspace has been providing hope and safety to survivors of domestic violence for over 40 years. )

ShelterCare Housing Health &Wellness, (541) 686-1262 

Lindholm Center, (541) 607-0439 ( Lindholm Center has many services for many people in need. )

Hosea Youth Services Project, (541) 344-5583

St Vincent de Paul Admin Office, (541) 687-5820 ( St Vincent de Paul Admin Office help individuals and families each year with emergency and homeless services. )

Looking Glass Community Services - Admin Office, (541) 686-2688 ( Looking Glass has proudly provided assistance to individuals in our community, helping them lead more productive and fulfilling lives. )

Human Services Division, (541) 682-3798

Looking Glass Station 7, (541) 689-3111 ( Looking Glass has proudly provided assistance to individuals in our community, helping them lead more productive and fulfilling lives. )

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Gresham

Zarephath Kitchen, (503) 667-7932 ( Zarephath Kitchen serves food to the homeless. )

Metro Church of Christ, (503) 667-0773 ( Metro Church of Christ gives daily food boxes.)

SnowCap Community Charities, (503) 674-8785 ( SnowCap Community Charities has a food pantry open. )

food4families, (971) 220-6679 ( Food for Families is a nonprofit mobile food pantry. )

My Father's House, (503) 492-3046 ( My Father’s House is a non-profit shelter ministry that opened to meet the needs of homeless families. )

Bethany House, (503) 667-8409 ( Bethany House exists to provide “shelter” homes and services for single, expectant women and their future babies. )

Hillsboro

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Food Bank - Washington County Services, (503) 439-6510

Food Distribution Center - Hillsboro Family Resource Center,  (503) 844-1688

Hillsboro Seventh-day Adventist Church, (503) 648-3922  ( Hillsboro Seventh-day Adventist Church has a food pantry. )

Salvation Army Tualatin Valley Citadel, (503) 640-4311( Every program Salvation Army Tualatin Valley Citadel offer is rooted in our passion to serve God by serving the lost, the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless. )

Food Distribution Center - Bienestar, (503) 693-2937

Food Distribution Center - William Temple House West, (503) 693-3519

Sonrise Church, (503) 640-2449 ( Sonrise Church has a shelter that is available seasonally for homeless individuals, a food pantry, and other various Outreach Ministries. )

St. Vincent de Paul Society, (503) 693-7528 ( St. Vincent de Paul Society helps those in need. )

Food Distribution Center - Comfort Zone, (503) 941-5194 

Food Distribution Center - Open Door Counseling Center,(503) 640-6689

New Day Family Church, 503-848-2420 ( New Day Family Church has a food pantry. )

Family Promise, (503) 844-2919

( Family Promise is a program serving families experiencing homelessness. )

Community Action Family Shelter, (503) 640-3263

Project Homeless Connect 

Saving Grace Maternity Home, (503) 407-7217 ( Saving Grace Maternity Home is a residential home experience for single young homeless women in an unplanned or crisis pregnancy, between the ages of 13-25. )

Food Distribution Center - Oregon Food Bank - Washington County Services, (503) 439-6510

Community Action Family Shelter, (503) 640-3263

Safe Place, (503) 542-2717 ( Safe Place shelter is a 24/7 drop-in program where youth can access essential services while longer-term housing is found. )

Community Action Organization, (503) 648-6646

Washington County Housing Services, (503) 846-4794