Transition Projects


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For over 50 years, Transition Projects has provided life-saving and life-changing services for people experiencing homelessness in Portland, Oregon.

Transition Projects, a leader in transitioning people from homelessness and living on the streets into housing in Portland, Oregon, operates and manages ten unique locations as well as facilitates hundreds of apartment placements each year, throughout the Portland Metropolitan area. The agency offers programs, resources and tools to individuals through access to social services including case workers, healthcare, mentorship and housing. 

Our Mission

Helping people transition from homelessness to housing


Our Vision

A just community in which everyone has access to a safe, affordable home


Our Values

We seek to: welcome all, as they are; balance patience and persistence; improve continually; collaborate willingly; act transparently; adapt creatively and problem-solve; and work relentlessly to counter inequities.

Our Core Beliefs

We believe that: housing is a human right; everyone should have access to shelter, food, and safety; people are experts in their own lives and best able to determine their needs; homelessness and the systems driving homelessness create deep personal and collective trauma; and to end homelessness, the community will need to address its drivers, including economic inequality, institutional racism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of discrimination.


Our History

Since 1969, Transition Projects has been a place where people with nowhere to go can find support. With five decades of experience providing shelter, housing and supportive services for very low-income people, we are recognized across the region for our work with veterans, women, people with disabilities, and other highly vulnerable groups. In 2018 alone, more than 1,100 formerly homeless people found safe, affordable housing in the four-county area with our agency’s support. We’ve come a long way in 50 years!


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