How To Access Housing
All transitional housing must be accessed through a specific Central City Concern program or a partner agency. If you are a CCC client in need of transitional housing, please check with your case manager.
If you are seeking permanent housing, please visit the Central City Concern Housing Office or call us. All inquiries on permanent housing can begin here:
Central City Concern Housing Office
523 NW Everett Street
Portland, Oregon 97209
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: 503-525-8483 Fax # 503-228-1696
The Housing Office manages permanent housing, both subsidized and fair market. Virtually all of these units are
single room occupancy (SRO) – one person may live in this size unit. SRO units may have communal bathrooms/showers and/or kitchen facilities.
The subsidized housing receives Section 8 rent subsidies. Subsidized housing is offered on a waitlist basis. Contact the housing office for information on how to apply either for fair market or subsidized housing. Demand is high and waitlists can be long; people are encouraged to apply early. Central City Concern does not operate emergency housing that is available on an urgent basis.
Fair market housing receives no subsidies and is for individuals who have sufficient income to pay their own rent. For fair market housing, CCC maintains an "interested parties" list. Contact us early to be added to this list as waits can be long. When a unit becomes available, names are called and prompt response is urged.
Many of Central City Concern's housing units are Alcohol & Drug-Free Community Housing (ADFC) that requires a commitment to a clean and sober lifestyle. Please read What is ADFC Housing to determine if this sort of housing is right for you. Further, each building may have additional requirements that are detailed in the building criteria or tenant selection plan document, available at our Housing office. Click to view properties.
Interested in applying to live at Charlotte B. Rutherford Place? You must apply for preference through Portland Housing Bureau's
North/Northeast Neighborhood Housing Strategy. The application period runs from February 8, 2018 through February 22, 2018. Learn more here.
Helpful resources to find affordable housing in Portland are:
Hacienda Community Development Corp.
NW Housing Alternatives
NW Pilot Project
Oregon Housing and Community Services
Portland Housing Bureau
Rose Community Development