The new Gateway office atrium, with an open floor plan, large windows, and warm-toned wood paneling.

Sneak Peek: Our Gateway Service Center

Hello from our new home base in East Portland! It will be both the hub for our core business and a place for services like career coaching and family advocacy.

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Together, we can help folks overcome housing insecurity

When our team works with folks to overcome housing insecurity, we do it in effective and lasting ways. Can you help fuel our work again today?

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Let’s Address Housing Instability Together

With rents high and climbing higher, and wages not keeping pace, many of us live at risk of eviction. Nearly 40% of all Oregonians over 65 say they are at risk of losing their homes.

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Let’s Move from Crisis to Justice, Together

Homelessness is a humanitarian crisis — we all need to show up. You are an essential member of the Human Solutions Community. Can you support our work today?

This month's volunteer opportunities and donation needs

Volunteer + In-Kind Donation Needs in June

Bring a dish to an emergency shelter, donate items that shelter and affordable housing residents need, help fill our shelter pantries, and more.

This month's volunteer opportunities and donation needs

Volunteer + In-Kind Donation Needs in May

All opportunities to volunteer and donate things we need, in one convenient place.

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Hello, Gateway!

Let’s celebrate our new anchor office and the opening of The Nick Fish housing community on Wednesday, May 25, at Gateway Discovery Park.

Press Release: Portland Collective Issues Challenge to House 3,000 in 2022

Housing options are available now that are less expensive and more humane than mass shelter.

Response to Portland Mayor’s Shelter and Camp Proposals

There is an important conversation about homelessness, urban camping, and emergency shelter happening in our region right now – especially in Portland.

Statement on the Mayor’s Proposal for Mass Shelters

We already know that mass shelters and camping bans don’t end homelessness. Only real, universal housing ends homelessness for the people experiencing it on the streets and in our shelters.