Entry point into crisis shelter and other Continuum services: 24-hour screening and referral to the youth support network. Services for young people ages 15-23. After 6 p.m. call Porch Light (503) 224-5988.
Resources: Youth Services
1635 SW Alder St.PortlandOR97205-1811503-432-3986Open 365 days a year 24/7Transit: MAX to PGE Park, 20, 51
424 NE 22ndPortlandOR503-239-8101Transit: 12, 19, 20
Twenty-four hour care is provided for 52 children in group homes. Focus on basic life skills development, behavior management and socialization to live as independent adults. Youth ages 8 to 18.
911 N. Skidmore St.PortlandOR97217-3151503-236-9389Transit: 4 Fessenden and MAX yellow line.
7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Low cost childcare to 3 years of age, family advocacy and basic needs for enrolled families.
503-648-66468:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Multiple services, including child care resources, Early Head Start and other services.
6601 NE Killingsworth
(new permanent location)PortlandOR503-249-85828 a.m. - 4:30, Mon-Fri during school year.Transit: 72
School for children who are homeless, in housing transition or at risk of school failure. Serves children from Pre-K to 8th grade. Call for availablity of transportation pick up/drop off.
4310 NE Killingsworth St.PortlandOR97218-1404503-535-11818 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon-FriTransit: 75, 72.
Within the youth program, there are also gender-specific residential and outpatient programs that target youth ages 12 to 18. Alternative high school on site.
909 SW 11th AvePortlandOR503-734-9299Tuesday evening 6:00-8:00pmTransit: Max Red, Blue, Streetcar, 15, 51
Youth program for youths age 24 and younger, includes a hot meal.
503-236-7235 (MWF) 503-238-5196 (Intake)
Maternity home for homeless women ages 14 to 22 years. Residents must be capable of independent group living and not have other children in their custody. Counceling and case-management services are provided.
1410 SW ColumbiaPortlandOR503-241-4357Transit: Max Red, Blue, 6
Phoenix Rising Program offers mentorship and healing activities: theater, painting, music, yoga, among other programs. Case management; mediation services. Multicultural, at-risk youth are referred to Fuego from youth care system (schools, mental health agencies, foster care, etc.)
738 NE Davis St.PortlandOR97232-2931503-233-811124 hour access for runaways, after 8 p.m. speak to crisis intervention specialist.Transit: 6, 12, 19, 20.
Short term shelter for ages 9-17 for case management (12-bed shelter available). Family counseling for ages 13-17.
494 E. Main St.HillsboroOR97123-4135503-867-77626-8 p.m. Thursdays.Transit: MAX Blue Line Hillsoboro Central/SE 3rd Avenue Transit Center Station
Meals, movies, showers, and socialization for youth ages 12-21. Located 2 blocks from the Hillsboro Transit Center, close to Max and Washington County bus lines.
711 SE AnkenyPortlandOR97214503-239-69969:00a.m.-5:00p.m., Mon.-Fri.Transit: Trimet 12, 19, 20
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Services for teen parents and their partners who are under 21. Support for pregnant and parenting teens and their partners; case management; information and recreation. Call for screening/referral; no walk-ins.
401 NE 19th Ave
#200PortlandOR97232-4800503-232-2540, 866-608-12128:30a.m.-5p.m. Mon.-Fri.; closed for lunch during noon hour.
Protects the rights of children and youth by providing information, referrals and advice on juvenile law. Offers legal services; family mediation; juvenile court petitions for abuse and neglect allegations, college scholarships for Oregon foster children, emancipation procedures for teens, housing issues for minors; public school enrollment; school discipline, including suspension and expulsion; special education law and the rights of parents/ children; independent living programs; and investigation of access to mental health services covered by OHP.
4941 NE 17th Ave.PortlandOR97211-5709503-282-32968 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday.Transit: 8, 72.
Mental health services for persons ages 3-18. Specialized service for at-risk African-American males Ages 11-18. Promotes the positive development of youth; reducing violence and abusive behaviors. Addiction and mental health treatment.
14030 NE Sacramento St.PortlandOR503-262-41008 a.m.- 4 p.m., Mon-Fri.
Special education program serving families with children with delays of disabilities up to age 5. Screening, evaluations and services are provided to families free of charge. Evaluation to determine eligibility. Community preschool for typically developing children ages 3-5. Outreach services provided throughout Multnomah County.
5135 NE Columbia Blvd.PortlandOR97218Call for eligibility pre-screen. (503) 288-8177 Exts. 217/294 or Access Center (Janus Youth) (503) 432-3986.9a.m.-6p.m. Bus service; 75Transit: 75
NAYA offers youth ages 13-24 who are homeless referrals into homeless youth continuum. Services include: shelter, outreach and engagement, skills development, and connection to basic needs.
820 SW Oak St.PortlandOR97205503-517-3904Transit: MAX
Ages 17-24 for alternative school, transitional housing, hygiene, laundry and day services. Drop-in hours daily at Alternative school, 11-6 p.m. Mon., Wed., Sat. Hygiene services, laundry. Meals: 9-10 a.m., 1-2 p.m., 5-6 p.m. Mon-Fri., 11-noon, 5-6 p.m.
1132 SW 13th Ave.PortlandOR97205-1703503-535-38001-8 p.m. Sunday-Friday.Transit: Fareless square.
Day services provide safety off the streets, food, crisis counseling and; employment services to increase work readiness, obtain and retain employment; education component helps youth obtain their GED and enter college. Transitional housing to qualified candidates.
338 NW 6thPortlandOR97209503-228-66778:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Tuesday-FridayTransit: MAX, 9, 17, 33, 44
Ages 15-23 for education: GED preparation and other basic academic skills. Programs are taught by p:ear staff and a group of artists in the area of creative writing, photography, painting, sculpture, etc.. Recreation program takes youth to non-urban, natural settings.
4816 SE 92nd Ave.PortlandOR97266-2723503-286-9350 ext. 254M-F 8:00a.m.-4:00p.m.Transit: 17, Max Green
Helps youths ages 17-24 to finish school and get job skills. Sessions begin quarterly. Interested youth should attend informational meeting on Thurs. at 1p.m.
820 SW Oak St.PortlandOR503-517-3904
hours:At Outside In, 8-10 p.m. Sundays, 1132 SW 13th Ave. At New Avenues for Youth, 8-10 p.m., Wed. and Thur. 314 SW 9th Ave. Late night drop-in for youth & young adults 25 and younger (movies, first aid & hygiene supplies, showers, etc).
820 SW Oak St.PortlandOR503-224-4339At Outside In, 8-10 p.m. Sundays, 1132 SW 13th Ave.; At New Avenues for Youth, 7p.m.-9p.m., 820 SW Oak Ave.
Late night drop-in for youth & young adults 25 and younger (movies, first aid & hygiene supplies, showers, etc).
503-442-4757 After hours crisis line 503-542-238924-hours
Shelter and supportive service for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 14-17, food and basic needs assistance, case management and referrals to community resources.
2406 NE Sandy Blvd. Ste. 100PortlandOR97212503-872-9664 503-969-22664-9 p.m. Weds, Fri. & Sat.Transit: 12
GLBTQI ages 12-23; H.I.V. prevention, employment and drop in center. counseling available for all ages by appointment only.
1732 NE Alberta St.PortlandOR97211-5802503-331-1244
hours:9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 9am - noon, Friday
Develop the leadership, organizing and critical analysis skills of low income women and girls ages 10-18 in North and Northeast Portland. Volunteer opportunities: transportation, fundraising, event set up/clean up, Web site design
8050 SE Roots RdPortlandOR97267503 496 1160 x11 youth can ask for Jackie Curry to set up a screeningcall for intakeTransit: Bus 29, 75
Offering transitional living, case management, resources and referrals to youth 16-21 years old. Youth must have lived or gone to school in Clackamas County.
1635 SW Alder St.PortlandOR97205-1811503-224-5988Porchlight opens at 8:45 p.m.-8:30 a.m., Streetlight opens at 9 p.m.-9a.m.
Street Light provides short-term housing for 30 homeless youth, ages 13 to 23, up to 1 year. Need reservation. Porch Light provides Emergency housing for 30 youth, ages 13 to 20, who are new to the streets or in immediate need of shelter and aid. Beds are distributed on a first-come-first-serve basis nightly through the Access Center 503-432-3986, and youth are expected to work on securing permanent housing.
909 SW 11th AvePortlandOR97205503-350-72686-8:30 p.m., Sun., Mon. and Thursday.Transit: 4, 14, 33, Max Green
Helps homeless youth obtain self-sufficiency through housing, outreach and support with a faith-based approach.
155 N First Avenue
Suite160HillsboroOR97124-3072503-846-4528Call for hours.Transit: Max Blue to Hatfield Government Center
The Intensive Services Array program provides care coordination and wraparound treatment planning for eligible youth. Services may include community based treatment, day treatment, treatment foster care, respite, psychiatric residential treatment, and flexibly tailored services.
503-789-40116:00p.m.-9:00p.m. Mobile unit downtown with outreach services 365 days.
First aid and hygiene supplies available. Nightly street outreach program focuses on providing information, referral and crisis intervention services directly to street-dependent youth.
19600 S. Molalla Ave.Oregon CityOR97045503-657-6958 Ext. 2592
Family Resource Center of Clackamas Community College. Helping young pregnant or parenting teens age 15-21 get a diploma or GED. Must enroll in community college and have referral from high-school.
401 NE 19th Ave, #200PortlandOR503-232-2540, 1-866-608-1212Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; Closed noon-1 p.m. for lunch.Transit: Bus: 12, 19, 20, 70.
Provides information or referrals on juvenille law. Provides court-appointed legal representation in juvenille court.
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