Veterans Services Program
Transition Projects serves veterans and their families who are experiencing homelessness or are in imminent danger of homelessness with the goal of helping veterans find and keep safe, affordable housing in the Portland metropolitan area.
Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington County
If you are a veteran experiencing or at risk of becoming homeless, please call 855.425.5544 for possible options, or click here to access the referral form for the SSVF grant (see information below).
If you are a veteran seeking services in Clark County please call the Council for the Homeless Intake Hotline at (360)-695-9677.
Short-term Residential Programs
Transition Projects offers two types of short-term residential programs for low-income veterans who are homeless, or are in imminent danger of becoming homeless. These drug and alcohol-free programs can help veterans regain stability in their life as they work towards better housing, better health, and better income. Please click here to read about the different residential programs.
- Weekly orientation for the programs (called GPD or Grant and Per Diem) is held at Transition Projects.
- Orientation is held in Transition Projects Day Center located in the Bud Clark Commons building at 650 NW Irving Street, Portland.
- Orientation begins at 9:00 AM every Thursday and it is recommended that attendees arrive as early as 7:00 AM for registration.