City Manager's Office
555 Liberty St. SE
Room 220
Salem, OR 97301

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Locate a Shelter

National and Local Search Portal through HUD

The Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD has recently released an online search tool intended to assist individuals in need locate shelter and service providers. In addition to the searchable online tool, shelters may be accessed using the contact information below.

Salem Warming Network

Temporary shelter locations and warming centers are located across Salem for regular overnight or drop in housing. They are considered temporary because the property is not intended to be used as a long term overnight shelter location and only activated during the coldest winter nights.

Safe Vehicle Parking Program and Other Shelter Options

Salem's Safe Vehicle Parking Program connects people who are seeking a safe overnight parking space- using their own vehicle.

Salem/Keizer Shelter Locations

Family Promise of the Mid-Willamette Valley
1055 Edgewater Street Northwest

694 Church Street NE

The ARCHES Project
615 Commercial Street NE

The Salvation Army Family Services Building
1997 Front Street NE

St Francis Shelter
1820 Berry Street SE

Grear Street Apartments
2360 Grear Street NE

Simonka Place
5119 RIver Road N
Keizer, OR

Taylor House Youth Shelter

Union Gospel Mission of Salem
345 Commercial Street NE

United Way Safe Sleep Shelter
1910 Front Street

Women at the Well Grace House
1243 Peace Street SE

Mount Angel Shelter Locations

St Joseph Shelter
925 South Main Street

Complete a Local Service Assessment for Housing

503-399- 9080

211 Information Line

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember, toll-free phone number that connects callers with local community services such as food, shelter, counseling, employment assistance, elder care, legal help, and more.

More information about 2-1-1