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supportive services

YCAP’s Client Services and Housing Department offers a variety of Supportive Services to the community. 

Outreach Services

YCAP’s Client Services Outreach Specialist provides housing assessment and supportive services to persons living unsheltered throughout Yamhill County. The outreach specialist offers a variety of resources including: survival supplies, access to resources, help obtaining basic needs, and access to housing and shelter.

If you require outreach services or know of someone who does, you can connect directly at 503-857-2051 or streetoutreach@yamhillcap.org


The Spoke House (Pedal Power Partnership)

YCAP offers refurbished bicycles to the community at no cost through a partnership with Waste Management. YCAP receives bicycles recycled at RiverBend Landfill. Bikes are repaired by County Corrections workers and community volunteers. Come into YCAP to fill out a request for a bicycle to be placed on the waitlist. Contact Kristen at 503-687-1481 with questions. 


Self-Sufficiency Lab

The Self-Sufficiency Lab is located at YCAP’s main office and is equipped with computers, printer, phones, and resource guides on self-sufficiency related topics such as parenting, housing, and furthering your education. It is open for public use. Bilingual one-on-one assistance is available by appointment. Call 503-472-0457 and ask for the case manager of the day to make an appointment for one-on-one assistance in the Lab.


Case Management

YCAP offers case management services to persons in YCAP housing and shelter programs, as well as on a walk-in basis. Case managers focus on self-sufficiency and housing stability goals. Aftercare is also provided to clients for 6 months following exit from a program. One-time case management services are available on a walk-in basis. Call 503-472-0457 to speak with the Case Manager of the day.


SPOTLIGHT STORY

A woman experiencing homelessness came in seeking a bike so she could use it to find housing and employment. The Spoke House was able to find and refurbish a bike that fit her needs, making it easier for her to get around to more places of business and apartment complexes.