Blanchet House of Hospitality
Blanchet (pronounced Blan-shay) House is a nonprofit social service organization dedicated to feeding and offering shelter to those in need of a safe place to be nourished and restored. We offer many critical services but are best known for being the largest feeder of the poor in Oregon. In addition, we operate two clean and sober transitional housing programs for men looking for a place to rebuild their lives. Blanchet House in downtown Portland houses this public feeding program and one of our residential living programs which provide shelter and case management for up to 50 men. Blanchet Farm in Carlton, Oregon offers a transitional living program to 22 men struggling to overcome addiction and workforce development training in our woodshop.
Blanchet House believes we have a responsibility to aid those in greatest need. While we are not affiliated with any religious organizations, our beginnings are deeply rooted in the Catholic community. Blanchet House prides itself in offering a safe, healthy, and productive environment for employees and guests and is deeply committed to promoting, maintaining and preserving a life free of substance dependency.
Since our beginnings in 1952, the Blanchet House of Hospitality offers food, shelter and aid to those in need of a safe place to be nourished and restored. We facilitate the transformation of each life we touch with compassion and dignity.
The Blanchet House of Hospitality expects all employees to uphold and model these organizational values: Excellence, Integrity, Diversity, Respect, Compassion, and Patience.
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