Bridges to Change offers a variety of supportive housing options across Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington and Wasco counties.  All of our homes have program requirements for residency.  If you are looking for rental housing, please click on the rental option below for referrals to our community partners that offer this.

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Learn about our program based housing.  For rental options, click on the rental tab below.



Bridges to Change no longer offers rental housing.  Below is a list of community partners that do have rentals available.

Free on the Outside:  503-383-1834

Mountain View Recovery: 503-332-5312


Bridges to Change Corrections housing programs partner with county corrections programs to provide supports to individual who are exiting incarceration and in need of stable housing.  Many of our corrections programs include peer mentors and treatment options as part of the program services. This model requires sobriety and engagement in a recovery program. (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Wasco)

Entry requirements:  Approval from probation officer/department

How to get in: ​Directly from probation and parole departments


BTC’s Stabilization housing is designed to be a low barrier option for people who are new to recovery or struggling to be successful in programs with more stringent sobriety expectations.  These homes are a stepping stone for people to move forward on their path.  Sobriety is not a requirement to move-in. (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington)

Entry requirements: Stabilization service need

How to get in: Self-referral, community partner referral

Mental Health Stabilization

Bridges to Change’s mental health housing programs are in collaboration with mental health court in each county.  The goal of this housing model is provide a safe, structured environment for individuals with severe and persistent mental health issues as they prepare for long-term housing. (Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington)

Entry requirements: Presence of a severe and persistent mental health condition, participation in court and legal services

How to get in: Probation and parole


Our treatment housing is specific to our substance use disorder treatment programs.  This housing provides a secure living space for individuals who are engaged in substance use disorder treatment with Bridges to Change.  (Multnomah, Washington)

Entry requirements: Engagement in behavioral health services of choice

How to get in:​Self-referral, Community partner referral


Launched January 1, 2024, the Recovery Access Center is a 25-bed shelter located in Gresham, OR. This shelter is will be open to residents of Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties.  Individuals will be able to stay overnight for up to 30-60 days consecutively while receiving case management and other peer-based support.

At this time, the RAC is accepting referrals from the City of Gresham only. Opportunities for community partner referrals will be available mid-2024.

Entry requirements: Experiencing substance use impacts

How to get in: Self-referral, Community partner referral (available mid-2024)

Low Barrier Supportive Housing

COMING SOON – Our Low Barrier Supportive Housing is a new low-barrier housing service for people struggling with substance use and/or navigating recovery services. Low Barrier Support Housing will be available in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties.

Entry requirements: Experiencing substance use impacts, Need for supportive housing services, Ability to follow Alcohol and Drug Free Housing Rules.

How to get in: Self-referral, Community partner referral

Culturally Specific

Bridges to Change is proud to partner with multiple culturally specific organizations to provide culturally specific housing options.  For most of these programs, there is a provider who specializing in care for the identified population and BTC is able to support with housing.  These programs include:

  • LGBTQ+
  • Black/African American
  • Latine

Entry requirements: Experiencing substance use impacts, Need for supportive housing services, Ability to follow Alcohol and Drug Free Housing Rules

How to get in: Self-referral, Community partner referral