Hand Up Project

UNIQUELING POINT

Working To Break The Cycle of Homelessness

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower the disenfranchised with the resources needed to improve their lives.​​

Join the Hand Up Project​​ 
        In breaking the cycle of homelessness.

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Presently thousands of dollars are wasted each day as the disenfranchised cycle in and out of our shelters, emergency rooms and jails. "Hand Up Project”  works to break that cycle by using peer support to assist willing participants in navigating the gauntlet of services available.

Our program starts by addressing the most basic of human needs, emergency food services.   We find providing emergency food services allows us to form a bond that turns into trust and more productive interactions with participants. 

Hand Up Project advocates for a “Housing First” philosophy for addressing our homeless crisis.  Until that becomes a reality in Portland the program offers case management coupled with the peer support specialist that help address basic needs like emergency food services, the ability to shower and wash your clothes.    

Everyone is a unique individual and requires a unique prosperity plan to map out their recovery goals.  Participants in set their own goals and pace, which gives them ownership of their own recovery path.  Drawing from immediate needs identified in their prosperity plan