CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENT (EIP) INFORMATION
Use this guide developed by NWPP to determine how you can access your Economic Impact Payment, based on what type of income (including Supplemental Security Income/ SSI) you receive or earn.
Resources for low-income older adults
Be aware of scams targeting taxpayers, especially older adults, that offer misleading information and ask for your personal information or financial details.
Includes the latest on coronavirus related scams, as well as a free helpline to call if you suspect a scam (877-908-3360) and a scam-tracking map.
Includes detailed explanations of COVID-19 housing protections for renters as well as consumer and employment protections.
Find resources for low-income community members during this time including health care, transportation, food access, utility assistance, and multilingual resources.
Resources for community partners, landlords, and advocates
CSN’s list of resources for local social service providers.
You can find daily reports from the Multnomah County Emergency Operations Center here, as well as the COVID-19 data dashboard.
Scroll down for guidance specific to renters, landlords, and property managers.
Important information on evictions in Multnomah County
Find updates on national policy responses to the pandemic as well as information on past/ upcoming weekly update calls.
Links to factsheets, presentations, and updates including information specific to PSH and shelter providers.
FOOD ASSISTANCE/FOOD RESOURCES
Search by location, use the online map, or call a food assistance navigator for help finding food assistance.
NW 3rd Ave. and NW Glisan St
“to go” meals passed out 3x/day –
William Temple House
Food pantry – 10 am – noon Tues, Wed, Thurs
Lift Urban Portland – 1838 SW Jefferson Street
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
687 N. Thompson Street Portland, OR 97227 Monday – Friday: 9:30am to 11:00am & 12:30pm to 3:30pm, Saturday: 9:30am to 1:00pm
12436 SE Stark Street Portland, OR 97233 Tuesday – Friday 9:30am to 11:00am & 12:30pm to 3:30pm, Saturday: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Union Gospel Mission – 3 NW Third Ave.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY: 7:00 am: Sack lunch distribution: one per person.
TUESDAY-FRIDAY: 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm: Light lunch, beverages, referrals. Christian spiritual support/prayer. Restroom available. 7:10 pm: Doors open for optional chapel service. Dinner served afterwards.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY ONLY 6:30 am: Breakfast is served.
FRIDAY ONLY 11:30 am: Food boxes available while supplies last. A person may be eligible for a food box once every 30 days.
SATURDAY 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm: Light lunch, beverages, referrals, and Christian spiritual support/prayer. Restroom available.
Northeast Emergency Food Program
Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 4800 NE 72nd Ave., Portland, OR 97218 (accessible by Trimet bus lines 71 and 72) hours 1 to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Mainspring 3500 NE 82ND AVENUE
Food pantry is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10:00am to 1:00pm by self referral. The first Thursday of every month is on-site Senior food day from 7:00-10:00am- participants must be pre-registered for this program.
6120 NE 57th Ave (corner of NE 57th Ave and NE Portland Hwy) Tuesdays and Saturday, doors open at 11:30am, shopping is 12-1pm
Portland Adventist Community Services
11020 NE Halsey
Drive thru pantry only. Monday – Friday 9am– 11am.
GENERAL GUIDANCE FOR PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOUSELESSNESS
We are here to support you, please call us with any questions at 503-227-5605