City Manager's Office
555 Liberty St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
Homelessness in Salem is a complex problem that requires long-term, committed partnerships with public and non-profit agencies and organizations across the City, Marion County, and Polk County. We thank the many non-profit, private, and government organizations that have joined together in seeking proactive solutions.
The Salem community's support is critical to helping the homeless and those at risk of homelessness.
The list below is considered comprehensive but not exhaustive. Please contact us to add your organization to this list.
- Taylor House, part of the United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley, a home for teens and young people who are homeless or in foster care. 503-391-6428
- The Center for Hope and Safety which serves victims and survivors of domestic abuse 503-378-1572 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Simonka Place, part of Union Gospel Mission, a women's shelter for area homeless in Keizer. 503-362-7487
- Union Gospel Mission, a shelter and service provider
- Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency a social service organization helping area homeless
- Shangri-La, serves people with disabilities who are also experiencing homelessness
- Be Bold Street Ministries is an in-person, street outreach team
- Salem Warming Network
- United Way of Willamette Valley
- Church at the Park, part of the Salem Leadership Foundation
Ways You Can Help
- Donate to non-profit organizations
- Provide space for services
- Serve on volunteer boards
- Invest in affordable housing
- Rent an apartment to an at-risk tenant
- Show kindness and patience