Men's Residential Programs


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CityTeam Portland is committed to providing men with pathways back to society. We want men to break free from the grips of homelessness or addictive behaviors.
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"Ever since I was 13, all I knew was how to do bad things. Without CityTeam, I wouldn't be alive today.”


Our services

We desire to meet you where you are in your journey and provide hope for the future. One of our restorative residential programs might be a good fit for you.

Case Management
Career Counseling
Life Skills Classes
Supportive Community
Community Resource Links
Referrals to Medical Services
Spiritual Empowerment

It's never too late for a second chance.

Restorative Residential Program

CityTeam Men’s Renew Program is a one year restorative residential program for men struggling with homelessness and/or addictive behavior. The program provides housing and essential resources while residents work towards long-term solutions and healing. Men are offered trauma sensitive mentoring, individualized career counseling, 12 Step meetings, and a faith-based foundation.

Men will engage in meaningful community outreach as part of their journey. Through this process, residents gain life skills and build a healthy community rooted in service. Residents graduate from  CityTeam with stable housing, a living-wage job, financial literacy, and a renewed sense of purpose.

Transitional Housing for At-Risk Youth

CityTeam Youth Collective in Portland is a supportive housing experience for young men, ages 18-25, providing a bridge to economic vitality and independent living. The home provides a community-oriented environment where young men support one another as they work towards stability. Residents can live at Youth Collective for up to 6 years.

Through individualized mentoring, staff members help men achieve education goals that often include achieving high school completion,  scoring well on college placement tests, or gaining confidence for pre-employment tests. Residents are provided access to mental health services as needed. 

When a young man secures stable housing and a reliable income, they transition out of Youth Collective with hope for the future.

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