Programs and services
Communities we serve
Give a Helping Hand to a Sustainable Life
Helping Hands is a non-profit organization offering programs and services to help homeless individuals and families become successful members of the community.
We don't just provide safe emergency shelter and meals, we provide the education necessary to attain a sustainable solution to homelessness.
Food - meals, community garden, nutrition classes
Case Management - assistance with local services, health insurance, housing vouchers, job search.
Individual Re-entry Plan (IRP) - to identify & overcome individual obstacles to successful re-entry.
Education – basic life & parenting skills, adult education
Referrals to Community Partners
Accountability - mandated Community Service, job applications, drug screening, etc.
Thank you SO MUCH to those who attended the
Helping Hands Annual Fundraiser Dinner
Angels Among Us!
With your help, we were able to raise over $50,000 to serve the homeless in our local community!
Special Thanks to our major event sponsors:
The Samuel S. Johnson Foundation
Columbia Memorial Hospital Pacificorp
Tillamook County Pioneer Museum Clatsop Community Bank
We are a multi-county regional organization, with our main office located in beautiful Seaside, Oregon. We currently provide services in 11 facilities across Clatsop, Yamhill, Tillamook, and Lincoln Counties.
Help the Tillamook Shelter Get Windows!
We have already received donations for several windows, which will complete one side of the building and part of the next side.
But we still need about 75 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.
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.
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.