Resources for those in need
Unique Situations, Individual Solutions.
Through your faithful support we feed over 10,000 people a year and provide 6,000 free showers with a clothing exchange. You are making a life-changing impact on the local community through providing a safe and peaceful place for people that are unsheltered to come and be able to have basic and immediate needs met.
Our Day Center is where our guest find a variety of resources all in one place. As we provide compassionate services to meet the immediate needs of hunger, showering and rest; trust and relationship is built. Through relationship, we learn what their individual needs are. Those individual needs need individual solutions. This is why The Father’s Heart endeavors to provide a variety of onsite and offsite resources to meet each persons unique needs.
If you or you know someone in need of services, The Father’s Heart Day Center at 603 12th Street in Oregon City is open Monday – Friday from 9am-3pm or call 503.722.9780.
Day Center Services
- 3 daily meals
- Clothing exchanges
- Doctor (weekly)
- Foot care (monthly)
- Haircuts (weekly)
- Food pantry
- CHA (Coordinated Housing Access) assessments and referrals
- Mailing address for guests to receive important mail
- Mats for resting
- Daily case manager for assessing housing, mental health and drug addiction
- VASH program referrals for homeless veterans
- Prayer, counsel and love
After hour classes
- Rent Well
- Job skills (resume and cover letter building, interviewing 101)
- Basic computer skills
- Practicing good credit habits
- Mental health resources
Emergency Warming Shelter Services
TFH is also an emergency warming shelter during the winter months when temperatures reach 33 degrees wind chill. On these extremely cold nights, we save lives by providing a warm, safe place for the homeless to sleep, escape the harsh elements and prevent hypothermia.
After Hours Help
Dial 211 for the social service resource you are needing. Free site. You may also text your zip code and carry on a text conversation if needed. Visit 211info.org for more info.
Clackamas County Crisis Line Department 24-hour phone crisis intervention and support. Call 503-655-8585.