Day in and day out, our team delivers life-saving and life-changing assistance to some of Portland’s most vulnerable. Whether by helping a homeless veteran and her family move into housing, sheltering hundreds of people a day, or opening new pathways to employment, Transition Projects represents an invaluable part of Portland’s social fabric.
If you’re already a member of the Transition Projects family, whether as a volunteer, a donor, or a friend – thank you. If you’re just coming across us for the first time, we would like to invite you to get to know us a bit better. Please click here to learn more about our programs and how you can lend your own energy and talents to the fight against homelessness in Portland.
Snapshot of Homelessness in Multnomah County
Learn the current stats about housing and homelessness in Multnomah County:
Surviving Sexual Violence on the Streets
A Know-Your-Rights Film for Homeless Women.
Keep In Touch
We've created additional ways to see what's happening with Transition Projects. Stay in touch with us through these social networking sites:
- How to Help at the Jerome Sears Shelter
- The Oregonian Editorial: Putting up the homeless at the armory makes sense
- Willamette Week Q&A with Transition Projects Executive Director
- Veterans Helping Veterans
- A Snapshot of Homelessness and Housing in Multnomah County