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Housing Resources

Information on various community resources for finding housing.

Community Housing Resources

  • GENERAL POPULATION

    ARCHES (Marion & Polk counties)
    615 Commercial St NE, Salem (on Cherriots lines 3, 17 and 20)
    Website
    Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm; Drop-in Mon-Fri 8:15 am-3 pm

    Housing Authority of Yamhill County
    135 NE Dunn Place McMinnville, OR 97128
    Website
    503.883.4300 or 1.888.434.6571
    Low income housing assistance within Yamhill County

    HOAP (Marion & Polk counties)
    694 Church St NE, Salem
    Website
    503.588.5827
    Offers basic services for homelessness: shower, hygiene kits, laundromat, health, meals, clothing, day bus passes, and holiday activities. Additional services include hot meals, laundry, showers, clothing, phone, and computer access. 

    Housing Assistance
    Website
    This website provides general housing assistance information to get connected with available benefits.  

    Salem Housing Authority
    360 Church St SE Salem, OR 97301
    Website
    503.588.6368
    Low income housing assistance within the City of Salem/Keizer

    Salvation Army Lighthouse Shelter
    1901 Front St Salem, OR 97301
    Website
    503.585.6688
    Overnight transitional shelter for eligible adult men & women.

    YCAP (Yamhill County)
    Website
    To advocate for people in need by providing access to resources and tools to strengthen communities in Yamhill County. We assist the residents of Yamhill County, diligently focusing on four primary service categories: Housing Stabilization, Energy Services, the regional Food Bank, and Youth Services.

     

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  • Miscellaneous

    Family Promise of the Mid-Willamette Valley (Marion & Polk counties)
    1055 Edgewater St, Salem
    Website
    503.370.9752
    Offers temporary housing for families with children

    Fuerza Campesina (part of ARCHES Project)
    615 Commercial ST NE, Salem 97301
    971.599.0906
    maria.jacobo@mwvcaa.org | yuleni.rodriguez@mwvcaa.org | orlando.alvarez@mwvcaa.org
    Supports migrant individuals and families by providing health, education, and employment resources and navigation.
    Hours (By appointment only): Mon–Fri from 8:00 am–4:30 pm

    Saint Francis Shelter
    1820 Berry St SE Salem, OR 97302
    Website
    503-588-0428
    Transitional shelter housing, affordable/low income housing, for families with children under 18. Case management & referrals
    to other community resources.

     

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  • Youth

    Catholic Community Services Independent Living Program (Yamhill & Marion counties)
    3737 Portland Rd NE, Salem
    Website
    503.399.2600
    Provides housing for students 16-21 transitioning out of foster care (received at least 180 days of care since age 14)

    HOME Youth & Resource Center
    Website
    503.585.6232
    Youth ages 11-17 years, 18 if attending school. Support,
    information & referrals to community resources. Meals, showers,
    clothing, toiletries, laundry, phone.

    HOST (Marion & Polk counties)
    1143 Liberty St NE, Salem
    Website
    503.588.5825
    Drop-in resource center & transitional living program for young adults 18–24.  

     

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