To answer increasing needs in our Eastside community, Blackburn Center (25 NE 122nd Ave.) is a six-story structure that combines a health care clinic with housing. The facility extends Central City Concern’s award-winning services to give more people access to primary care, recovery and mental health services, housing, and employment assistance. The building is set to open in summer 2019. To receive periodic email updates about Blackburn Center's progress, be sure to sign up at the bottom of this page!
If you have additional questions about Blackburn Center, call 971-361-7700 or send an email to email@example.com.
Explore the Blackburn Center Page
- May 23, 2019: Housing at Blackburn Center: "We can ask people what they need"
- May 9, 2019: Visit Our Blackburn Center Job Fair and Info Session: May 14!
- Feb. 28, 2019: Blackburn Center updates: employment and retail opportunities!
- Dec. 17, 2018: The latest Blackburn Center updates: a new director, services & more!
- Sept. 13, 2018: Excitement is rising for CCC's flagship Blackburn Building project!
Central City Concern is currently looking for a commercial tenant to occupy the cafe space on the first floor of Blackburn Center, opening summer 2019! Establish your business in our building and engage with the vibrant East Portland community. Download the flyer to learn more about property's highlights and find contact information.
Join CCC in Blackburn Center's innovative and impactful work! CCC values lived experience and multilingual individuals in its hiring practices. Training and advancement opportunities are embedded in our culture and staff members support one another in their professional endeavors.
We are currently recruiting for more than 20 positions across numerous program areas: from the Blackburn pharmacy to operations and administration, referrals and records to housing and mental health, and much more. Find the full list of jobs and complete job descriptions on CCC's Blackburn Center job board.
All images courtesy of Ankrom Moisan Architecture.
One of Blackburn Center's most vital funders, Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), featured Central City Concern in their 2018 annual report video, with an emphasis on this exciting project. Learn more about our partnership in the video.