Veterans Services

We support individuals who have served in the military and their household who are experiencing homelessness or are in imminent risk of homelessness, with the goal of helping them find and keep safe, affordable housing in the Portland metro area.

Did You Serve in the U.S. Military and are you Experiencing, or at Risk of Homelessness?

Call Us

Call 855-425-5544 to get connected to services.

Complete our Referral Form

Submit your information and a member of our team will respond to your inquiry.

Complete our Referral Form

We offer a variety of supportive services to veterans (including National Guard or Reserves), depending on eligibility including, but not limited to:

  • Income development

  • Connection to health and wellness resources

  • Help accessing shelter/short-term residential programs

  • Individualized housing case management services

  • Temporary financial assistance

  • Homelessness prevention services

  • Access to legal assistance

  • Benefits advocacy

  • Tenant education courses

  • Assistance in accessing VA services

  • Childcare resources

  • Connection to disability increase advocation

  • Assistance with discharge status upgrade

Transition Projects is CARF® International Accredited

Transition Projects currently holds Accreditation from CARF® International for our Rapid Rehousing and Homeless Prevention under the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.

What is CARF®?

CARF® International is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services providers.

How Does it Help us Serve you?

A CARF®-accredited program follows person-focused ideals that emphasize an individualized approach and conforms to international standards for service delivery.

For more information about CARF® International, visit

Portland Veterans Stand Down

Oregon’s largest – honors and supports Veterans, who are often either experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. Women and men who have served in the military access essential supportive resources and services, employment and connections to local, state and federal support. This community-led partnership combines local nonprofits, government officials, corporations and businesses to welcome more than 400 veterans annually.

Are you a Veteran who Needs Support?

If you are a veteran experiencing or at risk of homelessness, please call 855-425-5544 and get connected to services or fill out our referral form for Veterans Services assistance.