Our House provides integrated health and housing services to people with HIV. Guided by compassion, collaboration, and respect,
we provide 24-hour specialized care, supportive services,
and independent housing with support services.
SPECIAL POP UP DINNER SERIES EVENT
French Tour in Oregon
Saturday, January 25, 2020
at 7:00 p.m.
Portland is often known as one of America's greatest food cities, in large part that is due to what lies beyond the town: Oregon's farm-fresh abundance. Set in a 1920's era Irvington home enjoy a 5-course French-inspired dinner with Oregon ingredients. Paired with Oregon and French wines to complement each course that is sure to enchant your taste buds. Avid storytellers Christopher and Polly will guide you through each course and wine pairing that you are sure to remember. Cheers to enjoying the art of good eating and drinking.
Location: NE Portland Vegetarian option with prior notice. Given the nature of this cuisine, dairy and gluten are an integral part of the dinner experience.
With the help of amazing staff, dedicated volunteers, and exceptional supporters, Our House of Portland provides healthcare, housing, and other vital services to people in need in our community living with HIV.
Our House has been part of the Portland community since 1988. Our services have expanded, but our commitment to people living with HIV has remained the same. HIV is a complex and challenging disease that can often be overwhelming.
Through these four programs, as the health of our residents and clients improves or declines, we are able to provide personalized services within our continuum of care.
Our House, our residential care facility, engages a team of expert clinicians who work with people with HIV who are having difficulty managing independent living. By tailoring occupational therapy, nursing, and social work services our clients and residents are able to define what “living well” means to them.
Our Neighborhood Housing and Care Program provides social work services, nursing, and occupational therapy for people in their own homes, providing support so that our clients can live independently as long as possible.
Esther’s Pantry, Oregon’s first LGBTQ+ affirming shopping style food pantry, provides food and personal care items for individuals and families impacted by HIV.
Tod’s Corner provides free clothing and household goods for clients living with HIV.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS
OUR 2018-19 IMPACT
Our House & NHCP community members received nursing, occupational therapy, and social work services
people received food, home and personal supplies from Esther's Pantry & Tod's Corner
volunteer hours were provided to Our House by amazing volunteers!
pounds of food were provided to those in our community impacted by HIV.