CAP provides a wide range of services for people living with HIV. These services include but are not limited to housing assistance. If you are interestedthe first step is an intake appointment.

Service Center
The Service Center is a one-stop shop for housing and basic needs referrals. Drop by and let us help you find the services you need. The Service Center is located in CAP’s offices at 520 NW Davis Street, Portland, OR 97209, Second Floor. This is a secure and confidential space. No appointment is necessary. Walk-ins are welcomed and encouraged. The Service Center is open during the following hours:

Monday – Thursday 12:30pm – 4:30pm
Friday 12:30pm – 3:00pm

Housing Readiness
Are you a CAP client looking for housing? Join us for Housing Readiness Hours, every Tuesday and Friday from 9AM to 12PM in CAP’s Service Center! During this time, you can apply for CAP’s Housing Waitlist, get one-on-one help with your housing situation, learn about fair housing law and tenant rights, and prepare documentation like cover letters, reasonable accommodations and appeals. Additionally, every Friday from 11AM-12PM is a free workshop on various Housing Readiness topics, like:
• Cover Letters: The Basics
• Tenant Rights in the Application Process
• Current Open Waitlists & Applying to Subsidized Housing
• Preparing Your Application
• Emotional Support and Service Animals: Assistance Animals and the Application Process
and more!
Just drop in, no appointment necessary.

Contact the Housing Readiness Coordinator or jump start your visit by filling out a Housing Application Form.

Long-Term Housing
Finding long-term housing often means jumping through a lot of hoops. CAP’s case managers have spent years building relationships with landlords and getting to know the ins-and-outs of securing help paying your rent and finding a home you can afford.

Short-Term Housing
Until you find the home you want to settle in, we can point you toward a safe, stable place to care for yourself and your family temporarily. In some cases, CAP has connections and resources to help you find a place to stay for just a night or two, or up to several weeks

Emergency Rental Assistance
CAP has a program that can provide the following for qualified persons living with HIV:

  • Application Fees
  • First Month’s Rent
  • Security Deposit (limited funds available)
  • Emergency Rent Assistance to prevent eviction
  • Mortgage Assistance
  • Property Debt Assistance
  • Utility Assistance

Contact the Short Term Rent Assistance Coordinatorto find out about eligibility and to schedule an appointment to complete an application for assistance.

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