Bradley Angle’s Housing Assistance Program provides housing and support for survivors of domestic violence. For many survivors, this is a crucial first step in rebuilding their lives. Our services include:

  • Help finding and keeping safe and stable housing options
  • Short- and medium-term rental assistance
  • Emotional support to help survivors build strong and healthy relationships
  • Ongoing advocacy and support to help survivors realize their longer-term goals—such as education or career aspirations

Bradley Angle works with a local network of domestic violence providers to ensure survivors get equitable access to housing resources. This coordinated approach is part of a nation-wide effort to tackle housing and homelessness known as Coordinated Access.

In Multnomah County, this process begins with a Safety and Stabilization Assessment (SSA). This assessment comprises a set of questions that help us understand your current situation and determine the most suitable housing option to meet your needs. The SSA takes about an hour to complete with an advocate and is best completed it in person.

Interested in learning more? Our housing advocates are here to help. Please call 503.595.9591 or email housing@bradleyangle.org