More than just a bed, the Annie Ross House helps families connect to needed social services, healthcare, emergency food boxes, nutrition information, job training, parenting skills and assist in finding permanent housing.
The Annie Ross House helps families move from the crisis of homelessness to stable and secure lives in permanent and affordable homes. To meet this objective, Annie Ross program participants receive access to housing enriched with case management assistance provided by Family Support Specialists. Family Support Specialists guide parents through the tough times, and help them break the cycle of poverty to give their children the best opportunity to succeed in school and throughout their lives. Staff works with each family to determine their needs, and helps them develop a strengths-based plan of action.
If you are a family with children in need of emergency shelter, please contact Coordinated Housing Access at (503) 655-8575.