Reentry Program Services

Program-based Transitional Housing

Wrap-around Case Management

Helping Hands' case managers and crisis managers meet one-on-one with program participants to identify key barriers. Our trauma-informed Individual Reentry Plans are customized to meet the participant's unique needs, with measurable goals and clear timelines. Participants meet regularly with staff to update Reentry Plans and check on progress toward goals. 


Helping Hands provides the support and accountability to help ensure follow-through with gaining access to necessary resources such as food stamps, housing assistance, official documents, and employment services.  

Reentry Program Key Components

  • Frequent drug & alcohol screenings
  • Mandatory volunteer hours 
  • Job applications until employed
  • Weekly process groups
  • On-site classes to build basic life skills
  • AA/NA/Alanon or other recovery meetings as assigned

Exclusionary Criteria

Because Helping Hands serves so many children and Domestic Violence survivors, we are not able to serve Registered Sex Offenders or those who are not permitted around women or children.


Helping Hands facilities are all sober campuses, so clients must not be under the influence of any intoxicants or in possession of any intoxicants on-site.


For the health and safety of our staff and clients, Helping Hands is only able to accept registered therapy or service animals with official documentation. 


See the About Us page for our non-discrimination policy. 

Facility Locations & Contact Info

Clatsop County

Reentry Program-based transitional housing for men, women, & children
Contact Suzanne Evans (503) 470-0325

Yamhill County

Reentry Program-based transitional housing for men, women, & children
Contact Michael Pollock (503) 560-9387

Tillamook County

Reentry Program-based transitional housing for men, women, & children
Contact Gary Carlson (503) 354-8014

Lincoln County

Reentry Program-based transitional housing for men
Contact Alan Evans (503) 440-9357

Everyone has a Story

Many people in our communities are one incident, one medical emergency, or one mistake away from being homeless. We can help get them back on their feet.


This is Jennifer's Story.

Filmed in 2015 by United Way of Mid-Willamette Valley.