The 50-bed shelter officially opens on Monday, Nov. 15 and will stay open until March.
HILLSBORO, Oregon — A new cold weather shelter for people experiencing homelessness opens in Hillsboro on Nov. 15.
The Cloverleaf cold weather shelter has 50 beds for people in need of a place to stay. The shelter is located near the Washington County Fairgrounds on Northeast 28th Avenue. It’s near a MAX stop, which makes it more accessible.
Open Door, an organization that helps people experiencing homelessness, partnered with Washington County’s supportive housing services to open the shelter. It will be open until March. Beds are available for men and women.
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