Yes, United States Mission helped me get off the street and back to work. Right now, I have a good job and own my own home. The management and staff are wonderful. Thank you United States Mission and happy holidays all the current transitional residents.
I am a resident of the United States Mission transitional housing. It"s a non-profit self-help back to work program. This program has given me a second chance to "re-set" myself for the real world. Right now, i have the will power, the discipline and some resource i will need as i move on shortly. MANAGEMENT: The management and staff are wonderful; they work with you and they relate to you. The residents get along very well, you can always feel the chemistry. It"s a very friendly environment. What"s more? It"s clean! NO CONTRACT: The beauty of this program is it"s optional; you are not locked into any contract. If you are ready and need a second chance to "re-set" youself and move on; this is the spot. Just give it a "shot"! Bob3030
The United States Mission in Portland Has helped me so much, I came from loosing my apartment to the mission October of 2013 . they helped me get back on my feet by letting me fund raise for the mission going door to door has giving me hope in life, saved money to get new shoes, build up myself esteem , and talking to people i have learned how to say hello and thank you in 13+ langues . this is the best place in Portland to get off the streets and rebuild your life. if it wasn't for them i would be living under a bridge Wasting my life away.