Many survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes are in need of safe affordable housing as a result of their victimization. This page offers housing options and resources for survivors.
Housing Options Spring 2017 - This is a list of lower income and affordable housing options in the Portland, OR Area. It also includes information on Northwest Pilot Project, Home Forward, and 211 info.
Housing Rights for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Survivors - This document presents information on housing right for domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking survivors. Your landlord may not discriminate against you because you are a victim of dating or domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. You can also end your lease early to move quickly, change your locks for safety; and/or ask your landlord to divide your lease in order to evict the abuser from your apartment. Prepared by Legal Aid Services of Oregon and Oregon Law Center.
Emergency Shelter and Services for Person Experiencing Homelessness in Portland and Multnomah County, Oregon - This list contains information on local nightly shelters for men and women, domestic violence shelters for individuals and families, family shelters, and youth shelters, and day service sites. Information is subject to change. Please visit 211info.org for the most up-to-date information.
Fair Housing Publications
From the Disability Rights Oregon website:
- Community Living: HUD Community Living Self-Evaluation