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Emergency Shelters
 
Emergency Shelters

Revision as of 23:19, 1 April 2021


Transition Projects (TPI)

https://www.tprojects.org/

Controversy about the siting and establishment of TPI operated Foster shelter the city only revealed after a lawsuit can be found at https://web.archive.org/web/20190615223209/https://alliedcommunities.ilikegray.com/resources/

Emergency Shelters

  • BANFIELD SHELTER MOTEL - 60 beds
  • LAURELWOOD CENTER - 120 bunk beds
  • RIVER DISTRICT NAVIGATION CENTER 100 bunk beds
  • WALNUT PARK - 80 bunk beds
  • WILLAMETTE CENTER 120 bunk beds.
  • SAFETY OFF THE STREETS (SOS) SHELTER 70 bunk beds

"Short-Term Residential" shelter

  • Clark Center - 90 bunk beds
  • Doreen's Place - 90 bunk beds
  • Jean's Place - 60 beds; 22 in dorms and 38 in shared/single rooms

Apartments

  • ARGYLE GARDENS - 72 units, mixture of studio and SRO.
  • BARBARA MAHER APARTMENTS - 32 units SRO
  • CLARK CENTER ANNEX - 22 units


790 shelter beds (Emergency or Short-Term Residential), 126 apartments (studio or SRO)