What We Offer
Blanchet House is a free transitional housing program located in downtown Portland.
- A clean, safe and sober environment
- A shared two-man room
- A community bathroom and living room
- All meals and snacks
- All personal care items and laundry
- Clothing and shoes
- Case management
- Peer support
- Public transportation passes
A Work Based Program
Residents are required to work in the kitchen or house for the first 90 days of the program. Work may include:
- Food prep
- Light maintenance of building
Requirements for entry
- Phone evaluation with a case manager
- State-issued ID
- Physical & mental ability to perform physical work
- Background check free of sex offenses
- Complete a 3-day working trial
PLEASE NOTE: We are not a detox, medical or treatment facility.
Please call 971-337-8747 to speak with a case manager.
$50 will fund one man’s case management for a week!
About Case Management
Case management refers to a collaborative and planned approach to ensure that a person gets the services and supports that they need to move forward with their lives. The goal of case management is to empower people, draw on their strengths and capabilities, and promote an improved quality of life.
Our experienced Case Managers assess the individual needs of our guests, refer services, help coordinate care, provide guidance in determining life goals and focus on growth and life change.
Our Case Managers work with our residents to ensure that they are engaged and supported with all necessary wrap around services needed to ensure that they are set up for a successful transition back into society.
We help our guests find needed care including:
- Mental Health
Case Management Timeline
Upon entrance to Blanchet House every guest will meet with a case manager in the following capacity: