Helping Hands Re-entry Outreach Centers

Helping Hands Re-entry Outreach Centers has evolved from operating one safe house in 2004 to operating eight re-entry homes in three counties and one Homeless Relief Center. The program consists of two phases.

Michael Easter

Co-Founder,

Operations Director

TILLAMOOK NEEDS WINDOWS!!!

We have already received funding for

8 windows, which will complete

one side of the building.

We need 83 more!


The cost per window is $1,085. Options to consider:

​    1.  Personally pledge a window.

​    2.  Pledge a window in honor of a loved one.

​    3.  Find 4 friends to go in together to pledge a window. 

​    4.  Collect donations among your friends and

           co-workers toward the cost of a window.

​    5.  Hold a car wash or other fundraiser to go toward

           the cost of a window.

    6.  Pledge any amount toward the cost of a window.

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Trina Hoggard

Deputy Director

Joyce Stuber

Development Director

Hope in Action-In The News

  • "Angels Among Us" Annual Gala
  • Homeless For The Holidays
  • Tillamook Window Sponsoship
Alan Evans

Co-Founder, CEO

Meet Our Admin. Team

Find your inner power by helping others

We are a multicounty regional organization, with our main office located in beautiful Seaside, Oregon. We currently provide services in Clatsop, Yamhill, Tillamook and Lincoln Counties. 

Our mission at Helping Hands Re-entry Outreach Centers is to provide a safe place for anyone to receive services needed to create a sustainable life and become productive members of society. 

Our Mission

Programs and services

Communities we serve

Reach Out

A Helping Hand to a Sustainable Life!

Helping Hands is a non-profit organization offering  programs and services to help individuals and families  become successful members of the community.  

We don't just provide a bed, we provide a solution.


Shelter
Food - ​meals, community garden, nutrition classes
Case Management - assistance with local services, health insurance, housing vouchers, job search.
Individual Re-entry Plan (IRP) - creating a plan to overcome individual obstacles to successful re-entry. Education – life & parenting skills, adult education

Recovery support

​Referrals to Community Partners

​Vocational Assistance

​Accountability -​ Community Service

​​RECOVERY

RE-ENTRY

RESOURCES