Housing & Homeless Services

Cascadia’s Homeless Services provides affordable housing and easily accessible individualized support services to people experiencing homelessness who are disabled by a serious mental health issue.

Specific programs include:

Street Outreach, This small staff provides street-level outreach, dedicated in-reach to other homeless services shelters and day programs, and rapid permanent housing placement with 9 months of follow-up intensive case management services.

Royal Palm, located in Portland’s Old Town district, provides supportive housing for 50 adult men and women who are disabled by a serious mental-health issue and are experiencing homelessness. Includes a drop-in center (open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.), 24/7 on-site staffing, meals, medical services, case management, a rich variety of group treatment services, and medication support.

Prescott Terrace, located in NE Portland, provides 50 units of permanent supportive housing with 24/7 on-site staffing for homeless individuals and those coming out of state hospitals. Services include case management, psychiatric medical treatment, individual skills training, and a rich variety of treatment groups.

Housing Outreach Team offers community-based permanent supportive housing to 150 Cascadia clients, including uninsured individuals, who live within Multnomah County. In addition to housing, services include mobile case management, housing focused assistance, and mental-health treatment services via a team of master’s level clinicians and housing specialists.

Home Forward Service Partnerships

Cascadia partners with Home Forward by providing services at the following sites:

Bud Clark Commons Apartments, Cascadia staff facilitate individualized and group services to residents at this 130-unit permanent supportive housing facility.