Bradley Angle’s Housing Assistance Program is more than providing safe housing, although it does begin with that. We utilize a ‘Housing First’ model that is centered on survivors. We support survivors in achieving self-identified goals, breaking intergenerational cycles of abuse, and building lives free of violence.
While domestic violence affects all social, economic, and racial groups, there are unique concerns for certain communities. Our housing advocates offer culturally specific and responsive services to Black/African American and LGBTQIA+ survivors. Our objective is for each survivor to become economically secure, safe, and able to provide for themselves and their families.
Assistance is based on funding availability, and capacity and is subject to certain eligibility requirements. Assistance may involve helping survivors to:
- Leave a dangerous place
- Secure emergency safe nights and shelter access
- Retain safe housing with eviction prevention
- Transition to long-term or permanent housing
This program is financially supported by the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund, the Oregon Jewish Community Youth Foundation, and the Rotary Club of Portland.