- Aging and Disability Resources Connection (ADRC) of Oregon- offers resources and services available for Veterans, seniors and family caregivers
- Catholic Charities Housing Transitions Program – Provides outreach, support, advocacy and case management services to homeless women, with a special emphasis on helping chronically homeless individuals access and stay in affordable housing
- Elders in Action – Assists individuals directly or connects them to community resources that can help. Personal Advocates provide free, personalized, problem-solving assistance and support to people 60 and older or to an older adult living with a disability
- Impact NW– Connects people with a variety of resources from low income housing, to utility assistance, money management services, meals, transportation, activities, and socialization
- Meals on Wheels – Offers hot, nutritious lunches delivered Monday through Friday to homebound seniors age 60 and older
- Providence Elder Place – A comprehensive care model that offers health, housing, social service and care coordination solutions to older adults
- Ride Connection – Offers a variety of transportation options in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties
- Senior Housing (apartments and houses) including low income and/or Section 8 senior housing
- TriMet Lift– Public transportation for those who are unable to use regular buses or trains due to a disability or disabling health condition
- Senior Housing Non Retirement– List of apartment rentals and other resources for those with limited income seeking housing
Housing with Services: Housing with Services an LLC collaborative with 9 Portland area organizations. HWS consists of 11 subsidized housing buildings which currently house about 1400 residents in the Portland Metro Area. HWS exists to extend the safety net into the home by providing social, mental and medical support to aging and disabled residents under one roof.
Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services (DAVS) recently launched a brand new position, the DAVS housing advocate. Yvette Potter will work with homeless adults with a focus on helping the aging, disabled and veteran communities navigate the process of securing housing and supportive services. She will assist people with both temporary and permanent housing resources to help them stabilize and move toward independent permanent housing and self-sufficiency. To qualify, individuals must be homeless or at risk of becoming homeless within 14 days. Priority is given to adults over 60, those who are disabled, and veterans of any age. For more information, contact Yvette Potter at 503-846-3172.
For more information: Housing with Services Overview