Clackamas County Coordinated Housing Acces Transitional Housing
P.O. Box 1069
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Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Class of Housing: Transitional Housing, Shelter
Call between 9am and 5pm Monday through Thursday and leave a message. Your call will be returned within 3 business days. Through the Lake Oswego Transitional Shelter Ministry (LOTSM), we provide shelter, friendship, and support to families transitioning from homelessness toward self-sufficiency. In September of 1988, in partnership with seven Lake Oswego churches, Clackamas County Social Services, and the Annie Ross House, we opened a shelter apartment inside our church building that offered guest families a rent-free, safe place to live while they saved enough money to get back on their feet. In 2001, LOTSM received non-profit status, a HUD grant, and matching funds to build an apartment that offered families more privacy. Clackamas County’s first transitional shelter apartment, built adjacent to LOUCC, was dedicated in 2001. LOTSM’s second apartment, at Lake Oswego United Methodist Church, opened in 2005.
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