To end homelessness by providing housing, health care and supportive employment services to people impacted by trauma, addiction, serious mental illness, chronic disease and multigenerational poverty. Its housing and health care choice models help more than 13,000 people a year find healing, stability and hope for the future.
Bottom Line for Portland
In 2015, CCC provided a safe home for 2,678 people, including almost 200 children; connected 5,725 very poor and very sick patients with compassionate, integrated health care services; delivered addiction-treatment services to 3,303 people ready to turn their lives around; and helped 767 people exiting homelessness to re-enter the workforce.
“I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you! I now have a clean, safe place for my dog and I to lay our heads down at night. This opportunity is going to make all the difference.” —Cory M., recently housed in a CCC building, no longer homeless
All gifts made by donors under 35 will be matched—up to $5,000—by a generous CCC supporter. The first 25 donors of $100 or more to Central City Concern will receive a free bag of Central City Coffee.