GET FURNITURE

If you or someone you know is in need of furniture or household goods, we’re here to help.

 

Are you an individual looking to receive furniture?

 If you are a case manager or an agency advocate, please click here to learn the steps needed to partner with us.

Basic Information about the furniture bank and how to get services

  • What you will find in the warehouse:
    • The furnishings available usually include mattresses, couches, dining tables/chairs, armchairs, dressers, end tables, shelves, desks, lamps, bedding, kitchen items, and more.
    • Most of the items at Community Warehouse are gently-used (not brand new).
    • Our inventory is based on donations. We may not always have everything, but we will do our best to get you the basic items you need.
  • Who do we help:  Any individual who is moving into stable housing. This includes but is not limited to:
    • Individuals moving off the street or out of shelters
    • Refugees and Immigrants
    • Veterans
    • Individuals coming out of incarceration
    • Individuals escaping domestic violence
    • Members of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities
    • And many more
  • We require that all individuals work with a case manager or advocate from one of our partner agencies to get access to the furniture bank.
    • If you already have a case manager, reach out to them to see if they can assist you in getting an appointment.
    • If you do not have a case manager, refer to the list below of agencies that we work with to find an agency to assist you.
Our Partner Agencies (click to expand list)

 

*This list is not exhaustive. Please contact your case manager or agency to see if they provide access to Community Warehouse.

 

Afghan Support Network

African Youth & Community Organization

Alano Club

Albina Head Start

All Good NW

Ant Farm Youth Services

Beacon Village PDX

Beaverton Child Welfare DHS

Beaverton Municipal Court

Beaverton School District

Bienestar – Hillsboro

Bienestar de la Familia – Multnomah County

Black Parent Initiative

Blanchet House

Boys and Girls Aid

Bradley Angle House

Bridges to Change

Bybee Lakes Hope Center

Call to Safety

Care Oregon

Cascade Aids Project

Cascadia Health

Catholic Charities

Catholic Community Services

Central City Concern

Central Vocational Rehabilitation

Centro Cultural

Clackamas County – Public Health

Clackamas County – Social Services

Clackamas County Community Corrections

Clackamas Health Centers

Clackamas Women’s Services

Clackamas County – Behavioral Health

CODA

College Housing Northwest

Columbia Care

Columbia Community Mental Health

Community Action

Community of Hope

Community Partners for Affordable Housing

Community Pathways

Community Vision Inc

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Oregon

Constructing Hope

Cultivate Initiatives

David Douglas School District

Department of Veteran Affairs

Department of Human Services (DHS)

Domestic Violence Resource Center-DVRC

Easter Seals Oregon

El Programa Hispano Católico

Emmanuel Church

Family Essentials

Family Promise of Greater Washington County

Family Promise of Metro East

Family Promise Of Tualatin Valley

FolkTime

Friends of the Children

Gladstone School District

Going Home 2

Good Neighbor Center

Greater Good Northwest

Greater New Hope

Hands That Help PNW

Hillsboro School District

Home Forward

HomePlate Youth Services

Impact Northwest

Inclusion Inc

Independence Northwest

Innovative Housing Inc

Insights Teen Parent Services

Intensive Family Services

IRCO

Iron Tribe

Janus Youth Program

JOIN

Just Compassion

Kaiser Permanente

Latino Network

Legacy Health Systems

Legacy Medical Group

Lifeworks Northwest

LifeWorks NW – Children’s Relief Nursery

Love One

LULAC

Lutheran Community Services Northwest

Medicine Wheel Recovery Services

Mental Health & Addiction Association of Oregon

Metropolitan Family Services

Metropolitan Public Defender

Miracles Club

Morrison Child and Family Services

Mt Hood Head Start

Multnomah County Services

NARA Northwest

Native American Rehabilitation (NARC)

Native American Youth and Family Center

Neighborhood House

New Avenues For Youth

New Narrative – Spring Creek Center

Northwest Family Services

Northwest Housing Alternatives

NW Instituto Latino

(OSWWACDC) -Oregon and Southwest Washington African Community Development Center

OHSU – Oregon Health & Sciences University

Open Door Housing Works

Oregon Commission for the Blind

Oregon Law Center

Oregon Office of Public Defense Services

Oregon Tradeswomen

Oregon Youth Authority

Our Just Future (formerly Human Solutions)

Outside In

Painted Horse Recovery

PCRI

PCRP

Pearl Health Center

Polk County Child Welfare

Portland City Development

Portland Homeless Family Solutions

Portland OIC

Portland Public School Programs

Portland Rescue Mission

Portland Street Response

Portland VMAC-Vancouver Division

Prism Health

Project Homeless Connect

Project Patchwork

Providence

Providence ElderPlace

Providence Women’s Clinic

Raphael House

Reach Community Development

Reynolds School District

Rockwood Community Development Corporation

Rolling Hills Church

Safe Families for Children

Salvation Army – West Women’s Shelter

Salvation Army Family Service

Salvation Army TVC

Salvation Army Veterans & Family Center

Self Determination Resources

Self Enhancement Inc.

Sequoia Mental Health

Sherwood School District

SOAR (Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon)

State of Oregon DHS

Stone Soup PDX

Telecare

The Fathers Heart Street Ministry

The Insight Alliance

The Pathfinder Network

The Portland Clinic

Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center

Tigard-Tualatin School District

Transition Projects

Trillium Community Health Plan

Trillium Family Services

True Colors Recovery

U.S. Probation Office

UCP Connections

Up and Over

Urban League of Portland

VA Medical Center

Vancouver schools

Veterans Administration

Virginia Garcia-Memorial Health Center

Volunteers of America

Washington County Department of Housing Services

Washington County Developmental Disabilities

Washington County Maternal Child & Family Program

Washington State Of Public Defense

Western Psychological Counseling Services

Wolf Pack Consulting and Therapeutic Services, LLC

Women first transition

Youth Villages

YWCA of Greater Portland

What would an appointment look like?

  • Your case manager or advocate will schedule an appointment for you at one of our two furniture bank locations; Portland or Tualatin
    • Your case manager/ advocate must attend your appointment with you.
    • For families, we will allow one family member with the case manager into the furniture bank at the time of the appointment. Small children may accompany a parent during the appointment. If you need an accommodation, please have your case manager let us know.
    • We have both in-person and virtual options depending on what would work better for you and your case manager/advocate.
  • The day of the appointment
    • Where to go for in-person appointments:
      • Portland – 3961 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212
        • There is a parking lot off MLK. Park in that lot and enter the furniture bank through the door in the parking lot next to the garage door.
      • Tualatin – 8380 SW Nyberg St, Tualatin, OR 97062
        • Enter in the door at the top of the ramp next to the loading dock.
    • Please arrive 10 minutes early for in-person appointments to fill out paperwork before your appointment. For virtual appointments, we will email your case manager all the paperwork and they will fill it out with you before your appointment.
    • You will have one hour to select furniture and household goods. We will have volunteers and staff available to help you.
    • If you picked a virtual appointment, we will call you or video chat with you on the day of your appointment. Your case manager will make all the arrangements for you.
  • Getting your furniture home. Talk to you case manager/advocate about the following options:
    • Option 1: You or your agency can provide a car or truck at the time of the appointment.
      • If you or your agency is providing a vehicle, it must be present at the time of appointment.
      • Community Warehouse staff may be able to assist with loading furniture into the vehicle but please be prepared to load it yourself. We can’t always guarantee the staff will be able.
    • Option 2: Use Community Warehouse’s delivery service.
      • There is a fee for this service so talk to your case manager to see if they have funding to help cover the fees.
  • Payment
    • There is a flat fee to use our services. Talk to your case manager to see if the agency that you are working with has funding to assist you.

 

Share Your Story

Did we make a difference in your life, or in the life of someone you know? Share your story below! Your message might inspire a neighbor to donate their bed, or could inform others that help is out there. 

    My experience was a great one. The Warehouse helped me and my daughter get our lives back on track. We had lost so much and they helped us get some of it back. We can’t thank them enough for the things they gave us to start over with.
    Craig

    Warehouse Client