We contract with 3 warming centers to open the doors on nights when the temperature is below freezing or other conditions make sleeping outdoors especially dangerous.
Homeless adults access these warming centers, but families with children may also access them.
Contact the shelter to see if they are open on a given day.
You do not need a reservation to access a warming center. Simply show up at the site most accessible to you. Hot drinks, food and sleeping mats or cots are available at all centers.
Clackamas Service Center
8800 SE 80th Ave., Portland, 97206 map
Molalla Warming Center
301 Frances St., Molalla, 97038 map
The Father’s Heart Street Ministry
603 12th St., Oregon City, 97045 map
Assistance programs and services
If you need assistance with basic needs like food, housing, paying your heating bill, or transportation, we may have a program available for you.
- Clackamas County Aging and Disability Resource Connection
- Housing Assistance Programs
- Energy Assistance
- Transportation Assistance
- Oregon Project Independence
For more information, call 503-650-5622.
To search for basic needs—including food—for older adults and persons with disabilities, please visit Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon.
Please visit Clackamas Health Centers for help with your health care needs.
Please visit Clackamas Behavioral Health for help with your mental health and addictions needs.
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