211 is the best place to start when seeking shelter resources. 211 maintains shelter resource lists and can provide you with some information about shelter availability and wait list status. Call or email email@example.com for free, confidential information about health, community and social services near you. Calls answered in over 150 languages.
There are lots of ways to get information:
211 is everyone's front door to information on more than 7,000 nonprofit, government and faith-based health and social services programs in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Joint Office of Homeless Services
The Joint Office of Homeless Services works in partnership with community-based organizations. Access their list of JOHS-funded shelters here.
Rose City Resource Center
The Street Roots Rose City Resource is a comprehensive, updated list of services for people experiencing homelessness and poverty in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties.
Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center
A safe and welcoming day center where anyone who is houseless and experiencing addiction or mental health challenges can take a break from living on the street. Find more information here.