Caritas Housing

Shelter is a basic human need, deserved by all. To date, Catholic Charities’ dedicated housing entity, Caritas Housing, has created more than 800 units of affordable housing for over 1,900 individuals.

Looking for Housing?

Caritas Housing began working in 1998 to acquire, develop, rehabilitate, and manage permanent affordable housing across the state for those in need of a home.

Caritas Housing partners with property managers for all leasing and community management issues. Available units are updated regularly, but many properties utilize a waiting list. We encourage anyone interested in a property to contact the leasing agent directly for more information.

If you have a property that you’d like to sell or donate to be used as affordable housing, please contact Sarah Granger.

To explore housing communities, see below:

Caritas Plaza  – North Portland (30 units)

Caritas Villa – SE Portland (30 units)

Casa Verde – Canby (26 units)

Cedar Park Gardens – Sandy (20 units)

Esperanza Court – SE Portland (70 units)

Hillside Village – Glendale (24 units)

Howard House – SE Portland (12 units)

Kateri Park – SE Portland (50 units)

McCoy Village – NE Portland  (55 units)

North Slope – Sutherlin (24 units)

Rain Garden – Wilsonville (30 units)

Renaissance Court  – Wilsonville (21 units)

Molalla Gardens – Molalla (47 units)

Sacred Heart Villa – SE Portland (68 units)

Sandy Vista – Sandy (54 units)

St. Francis Park Apartments – SE Portland (106 units)

Valerie Hills Apartments – Rogue River (42 units)

Villa Capri East – Hillsboro (43 units)

Villa Capri West – Hillsboro (20 units)

Woodville Village – Rogue River (36 units)

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properties & communities (including those under construction and in pre-development)
810
units (including those under construction and in pre-development)
1900
residents
Two women talking in Kenton Women's Village

Our Residents

  • 1,900 individuals every night
  • 60% are female-headed households
  • 40% are children
  • 15% have a disability
  • 10% are seniors
Articles

In Memory of Katie Nolan: A Dedication to Those in Need

Posted By | Jennifer Lucena, Homeless Services Manager
On July 6, 2020, our Hosing Transitions Program wished the late Katie Nolan, former Catholic Charities staff member and symbol of our mission to serve those in need, a very happy birthday. With face coverings and social distancing the HTP team shared 50 sack meals (including a commemorative photo and story of Katie) with people…

Kenton Women's Village Celebrates New Community Space, Increased Health Care Enrollment

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
After a year of planning, the new community space at Kenton Women’s Village is finished! See photos of the project and the impact it has already had on villagers.

COVID-19 Update: New Ways to Help

Posted By | Deacon Rick Birkel

The Challenge of Homelessness in Oregon - What's to be done?

Posted By | John Gould, Doug Walta, Steve Schell, Tuck Wilson
As a leader in the community, Catholic Charities’ long-standing work and expertise in serving those experiencing homelessness led to a partnership with John Gould, Doug Walta, Steve Schell and Tuck Wilson. The diverse group of professionals came together to gather research and best practices over two years to produce their new report, The Challenge of…