Hope Through Helping Hands

  Welcome to the

Lincoln City Homeless Solutions, Inc.

SHARP Program

       Solutions for Homeless and At Risk Populations

We will post Warming Shelter information as soon as we confirm location.

Sharon Padilla
541-992-5748 to help you navigate the
system to get resources you need.
Sharon has up-to-date info as services
change due to COVID-19

Warm and Dry Laundry Program
Sponsored by Chapel by the Sea Presbyterian Church
Posh Wash Laundromat across from City Hall by Burger King
Homeless may wash and dry clothing for free once a month. Weekdays 10am-12pm
based on availability. Manager has details.

Beachtown Charities Thrift and Gift
5128 SE Highway 101, across from Captain Dan’s Pirate Bakery in Taft.
Vouchers for free clothing shoes, blankets, and towels for those in need
11 am to 5 pm Thurs-Mon

Meal Sites
St. James Episcopal, across from N. IGA up the hill – Take-out meals, Mon. and
Thurs. 5-6 p.m., Sat. 9-10 a.m.
Agape, Behind S. IGA-Hot Meals Thursdays,12-3 p.m.

Food Pantry Coast Vineyard
between Phone Co and City Center Motel east to end of street, turn right
Must have home address to get groceries
Tue&Thu:2-6 pm; Last Sat:10 am-noon

Medical Insurance/OR Health Plan
Sponsored by Charlotte Lehto Insurance, 4270 N Highway 101,
north of Wildflower 541-994-2884 – M-Th: 8 am-5 pm; Fri: 8 am-4 pm

Creatively guiding our community to be responsive to and care for those in need        to improve their physical and mental health

                                                           Lincoln City Homeless Solutions, Inc.                                                                                           A 501(c)(3) Tax Deductible Nonprofit Corporation                                                                                                                       EIN 81-2932561                                                                                                                                             P.O. Box 261, Lincoln City, OR 97367                                                                                       www.lincolncityhomelesssolutions.com                              www.facebook.com/LincolnCityHomeless Solutions

24 hr info HOTLINE: 1-541-200-7036


These are important numbers to call for finding services you need.

Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC): 1-800-282-6194                         Service system access for Older Persons and Disabled

Phone number to call for resource information: 211                                                                    211 is the number to call for information. Provide service you want in a specific area.


Lincoln County Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 1-866-266-0288 (24 hours per day); 541-574-5960 (Adults Day); 1-888-232-7192 (after hours)

My Sisters Place Crisis Line: 541-994-5959 (Domestic Violence Hotline)

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255

Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Military Help Line: 1-888-457-4838

Alcohol and Drug Line: 1-800-923-4357

Youth Crisis Line: 1-877-968-8491



AA:  800-333-5051

AIDS:  800-642-8244

Alcohol & Drug:  800-784-6776

Child Abuse:  855-503-7233

Domestic Abuse:  800-681-8663

Elder Abuse:  800-828-6194

Oregon Road Conditions:  800-977-6368

Pregnancy Hotline:  800-550-4900

Oregon Crisis Line:  866-266-0888

Suicide Prevention:  800-273-8255


CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children):  541-265-3116

Centro de Ayuda:  541-265-6216

Children’s Advocacy:  541-574-0841 –  http://www.Childrensadvocacycenter.net

Disability Rights:  800-452-1694

Family Promise: 541-614-0964

Inter-Christian Outreach:  541-264-7727

Legal Aid:  541-265-5305;  800-222-3884

My Sister’s Place:  541-994-5959 (Crisis Line); 541-574-9424 (Main)

Progressive Options:  541-265-4674

Shangri-La:  541-265-4015

Victim Assistance:  541-265-3462

Coastal Families Together: http://lincoln.parentedtogether.org/resources/county-home  – parenting education classes, support groups

Healthy Families Oregon (parent education & support):  541-265-0436


Food Share:  541-265-8578

Food Share – Newport:  541-992-5723

Food Share – Depoe Bay:  541-270-3404

Food Share – Lincoln City:  541-994-3699

Food Share – Siletz:  541-270-4993

Food Share – Toledo:  541-270-7921

Food Share – Waldport:  541-270-7869

Food Share – Yachats:  541-574-4599


Animal Shelter:  541-265-6610

Food Stamps, SNAP, TANF, Employment Services:  541-265-2248

Red Cross:  541-265-7182

Heating Assistance:  541-265-3293

Salvation Army:  541-265-6814

Siletz Tribal:  541-444-2532

Veteran’s Services:  541-574-6955

Employment Office:  541-265-8891

Area Resources, legal, jobs, healthcare, vet services, financial assistance:  Call 211

OSU Extension Office:  541-265-2558 – http://extension.oregonstate.edu/lincoln -Gardening, 4H, Family Connections


Lincoln County:  541-265-4947

Mental Health:  541-265-4179 – 4909 S. Coast Hwy, Suite 1, South Beach

Public Health:  541-265-4112

WIC (Women, Infants, Children) Food & Nutrition Services: 36 NW Nye Street, Newport

Emergency Dental:  541-758-3000

Lincoln City Hospital:  541-994-3661

Newport Hospital:  541-265-2244


Housing Authority:  541-265-5326 x317 – 1039 NW Nye Street, Newport

Samaritan House:  541-574-8898

Help Center:  541-574-5824

Community Services Consortium (Housing, Veterans, Energy Assistance):  541-265-8505


Easy Ride:  541-265-8740

County Transit:  541-265-4900

Dial-a-Ride:  541-265-4900

Valley Retriever:  541-336-2254


Community Outreach:  541-758-3000

Ollalla Center:  541-336-2254

Mental Health for Children (Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)):  541-265-4179


Lincoln City Homeless Solutions (LCHS) began in 2016 to assist homeless, low income and marginalized persons in finding the information and resources they need for basic survival. Funded by community donations and staffed by volunteers, LCHS provides the following services at no cost:

  • Information: Lincoln City has a number  of programs which exist to serve the homeless or those at risk of homelessness. These programs provide seasonal emergency shelter, meals, clothing, laundry, showers, counseling, etc. LCHS provides a simple way to navigate the system and determine which services are needed. LCHS can help with calling service providers and making contacts.

Unfortunately, we are unable to locate housing at this time, but we can locate most other resources.

  • Help Line: We provide an English and Spanish Help Line which is available  from 9 am to 9 pm seven days a week.  The Help Line assists persons in crisis to find resources and provides information about local services.

 FOR HELP CALL 1-541-200-7036

  • Facebook: LCHS operates a Facebook page which announces service provider information, including warming shelter openings, special events, a forum for those who wish to post items related to our programs, and identify resources available to the community. It is a way for the community to share. www.facebook.com/LincolnCityHomeless Solutions
  • Coordination and Resource Gathering: LCHS networks with direct service providers to coordinate services, identify needs and let the community know what is needed. Community members can then contact agencies directly to provide them with donations of goods, services and funding.

LCHS provides laminated cards which list our most used programs. These cards are distributed through service providers to hand out to those in need along with our brochure.

LCHS donates supplies to people living on the street through the local agencies with which we network. We rely on donations from the community to fund this program. If you donate to this program, your entire donation will go towards supply purchases.

It is the goal of LCHS to provide outreach, information referral and other services within a community-based shelter.

Save Lives Today, Improve Lives Tomorrow

SHARP Program

SHARP (Solutions for Homeless and At Risk Populations) is an expanded LCHS Program that provides resources and referral services to those at risk of becoming homeless, particularly seniors and people living with disabilities.

With the expansion to include this critical population, LCHS needs your help. We are an all-volunteer organization, striving to assist as many people as possible to remain in their homes longer. SHARP provides a single-entry system to access all of the services this at-risk population needs.

Please Help LCHS Help Those in Need

Please volunteer to assist and to be trained to work with the clients.

                   THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR VISION FOR OUR COMMUNITY                                  AND  OUR CLIENTS.

Donations by check may be mailed to:

Lincoln City Homeless Solutions, Inc.

P.O. Box 261

Lincoln City, OR 97367

Who We Serve

Just saying “homeless” or “needy” does not describe our “hidden populations” including:

  • “Homeless” men, women, children and families.
  • At-risk individuals and families on the cusp of homelessness.
  • Poor and low-income, needy individuals and families.
  • Women and children fleeing abusive situations.
  • Families and individuals bankrupted by a catastrophic health event or loss of job.
  • Seniors on limited income with few housing choices.
  • Veterans lost amid their medical and/or mental health issues.
  • People impacted by the tight rental market.

Ultimately, our vision sees those at-risk populations being healed, housed and contributing members in our community.

Suggested Supplies to Donate

Gently used or new sleeping bags, tents, plastic tarps, cord, backpacks, new socks, long underwear, waterproof pants and jackets, rain boots, other warm clothing, toothbrushes, tooth paste, other hygiene items, small propane cook stoves, cookware, can openers, snack packs, packaged nuts, juices, and other portable items.

Meal program providers need grocery store gift cards, pantry items like canned meat, tuna, chili, stews, and other hearty meals, $5 gift cards from local fast food restaurants for meals when the food programs are closed, and books of bus passes for transportation to services.

Call our hotline at 1-541-200-7036 for provider locations to drop off items.

 Thank you for helping those without a home.

We do not have information on housing availability at this time due to the extremely low vacancy rate and lack of affordable rentals. We have information on many other resources.

Lincoln City Homeless Solutions does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, color, familial status, disability, marital status, or source of income.