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Permanent Supportive Housing

Our collaborative, place-based approach creates greater access to permanent supportive housing that integrates health and wellness with on-site social services.

HHI Projects

Good Shepherd Village

As the first regulated affordable housing development within the city limits of Happy Valley, Good Shepherd Village includes units of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for those who have experienced or are at risk of homelessness, including 15 units prioritized for veterans  who have experienced homelessness.

Cathedral Village

Located steps from historic downtown St. Johns in North Portland, Cathedral Village Apartments is made up of 110 units of safe, affordable, and equitable family housing, serving a range of low-income neighbors in need, including communities of color, immigrants and refugees, and those experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Articles

Recognize Resurrection

Posted By | Natalie Wood
Easter is more than a day. It’s a seven-week season focused on renewal and wonder. And Easter is also much more than a historic event. It changed history, infusing it with great patterns of hope. Your support for Catholic Charities of Oregon can help make sure that Easter just keeps happening, day by day.

‘It’s freedom, a chance to expand’

Posted By | Catholic Charities Communications
Catholic Charites refugee team partners with local organization that provides free bicycles More than 50 Portland-area refugees served by Catholic Charities of Oregon will be rolling through spring with new or refurbished bicycles, helmets and locks. That’s thanks to a consortium of cycle-minded nonprofits.

In the News: Catholic Charities seeks housing for 3 refugee families that just arrived in Portland

Posted By | Catholic Charities Communications (source KGW8)
This story highlights the critical refugee resettlement work being done by Catholic Charities of Oregon.  After greeting families and individuals at the airport from countries like the Ukraine, securing housing for refugees is a first and crucial step toward stability and healing.

Lifting each other

Posted By | Catholic Charities Communications
Throwback Thursday: Refugee family and neighbors create a transformative bond This is a story about a family from 9,000 miles away with so much gravitas and good nature that a Portland neighborhood has fallen hopelessly in love.