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Food

 

 

Supplemental Nutritional Assistance program

USDA Dept of Agriculture

http://www.fns.usda.gov/FSP/contact_info/default.htm

SNAP Toll Free information Number - 1-800-221-5689

Emergency Food Boxes

Various

 

Contact list for emergency food box programs serving WashingtonCounty residents:  Aloha.Beaverton/West Portland

 

Care to Share 503.591.9025

Cornelius/Forest Grove/Gaston/Gales Creek
Forest Grove Foursquare Church 503.357.4400
St. Alexander's Church 503.357.9242
SVDP at St. Anthony's Catholic Church 503.357.9647
Wapato Valley Church 503.985.3351

Hillsboro/North Plains/Banks/Buxton/Manning/Timber
Banks Family Resource Center 503.324.2004
Hillsboro Christian Faith Center 503.848.2420
Hillsboro Family Resource Center 503.844.1063
Hillsboro Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church 503.693.0430
Hillsboro Seventh Day Adventist Church 503.648.3922
SVDP at St. Matthew Catholic Church 53.693.7528
Vernonia Cares 503.429.1414

Tigard/Sherwood/Tualatin
Portland Vineyard Church 503.684.9875
Sherwood United Methodist Church 503.625.7537
St. Francis Church 503.625.7067
SVDP at St. Anthony's 503.684.8280
Tualatin Schoolhouse Pantry 503.691.2406
Willowbrook Food Pantry 503.625.7903

Washington County
Community Action Family Shelter (evenings and weekends only) 503.640.3263
Salvation Army 503.640.4311
William Temple House West 503.648.2514

Shelter

Various

WCCAO Shelter House

1001 SW Baseline St

Hillsboro, OR97123

503-648-6646

Migrant Seasonal Housing

2351 Elm St

Forest Grove, OR97116

503-359-5564

CorneliusPark Apartments

481 S Alpine

Cornelius, OR97113

503-359-4532

9am – 5pm M-F

*farm worker & their families

*housing for agricultural worker

*at least 1 member must work in agriculture

*Wash Co

ElmPark Apartments I & II

2351 Elm St

Forest Grove, OR97116

503-359-4532

9am – 5pm M-F

*at least 1 family member must work in agriculture **Wash Co

Jose Arciga Apartments

2922 19th St

Forest Grove, OR97116

503-359-4425

9am – 5pm M-F

*at least 1 member must work in agriculture

*Wash Co

Housing Development Corp

220 SE 12th Ave, Suite A-100

Hillsboro, OR97123

503-693-2937

*lease-to-own homes for farm worker families ** provide onsite programs and services.  CommunityLearningCenter z (Cornelius, Hillsboro, Forest Grove, Aloha)

Cascade AIDS Project, Inc

(Intake and Direct Assistance)

620 SW Fifth Ave Suite 300

Portland, OR97204

503- 223-5907

9am – 5pm M-F

*diagnosed HIV positive, 2 hour comprehensive needs assessment

**other assistance besides housing

WashingtonCountyHousing 

503-846-4794

Annie Ross House

2316 SE Willard Street

Milwaukie, OR97222

(503) 794-5750

8:30am – 5pm M-F

Shelter 24hrs

**Families only (no singles)

**up to 4 week stay

**must have ties to Clackamas Co

Blanchet Farm Shelter

11750 Finn Hill Loop Road

Carlton, OR97111

(503) 852-6626

**all areas ** NO women, NO children

**if couple, must sleep in separate room

**90 day program for those who are trying to get clean from addiction

**30 day program for those seeking job, or have employment, but insufficient funds

Shelter Home

(Community Action Organization)

210 SE 12th Avenue

Hillsboro, OR97123

(503) 640-3263

*24hrs, 7 days a week

*families only, no singles, no domestic violence or chronically ill

*Wash Co residents

*open yr round for up to 5 week stay

*other services available through meetings with a Family Advocate

HomelessDrop-inCenter (ODCC)

34420 SW Tualatin Valley Highway

Hillsboro, OR97123

(503) 640-6689

10am -4pm M-F

*Wash Co

*Day services only, bath, phone, cooking utensils, kitchen facilities, personal hygiene products, case mgmt

JOIN

1136 SE Oak

Portland, OR97214

(503) 232-2031

9am – 5pm M-F

*facilities 9am -2pm M-F

*must be homeless **Portland

Rose Haven

116 NW Third Avenue

Portland, Oregon97209
Phone 503.248.6364
*intervention center for women & their children

Outside In

1132 SW 13th Ave

Portland, OR97210

(503) 535-3896

9am -7pm M-F   **16-21 youth

*HIV preventions services

*Alternative Care Clinics

*Make appointment *Youth Program

Shelter & Other Services

(Transition Projects)

475 NW Glisan Street

Portland, OR97209

(503) 823-4930

8:30am – 4:30pm M-F

*Must have TB card, alcohol and drug free **Multnomah Co

*shelter for single men

*shelter for single women

*basic needs resources *under 55 no children

WesternWashingtonCounty Interfaith Hospitality Network

183 SE 6th

Hillsboro, OR97123

(503) 844-2919

7am – 5:30pm M-F

**families with children, NO singles

**must be 30 clean & sober

**case mgmt

**families sleep in some churches on rotating schedule, 1 wk at one church, 1 wk at another, etc. In am families are transported to House for bkfst, showers, laundry, etc.

Caritas Housing Initiatives

231 SE 12th Avenue, Portland, Oregon97214
Phone 503.231.4866
*builds & rehabilitates housing units & offers social service for self sufficiency

Elder Abuse & Assault

133 SE 2nd Ave

Hillsboro, OR97123

503-640-3489

8am – 5pm M-F

*65 & over, 18 nursing home residents

*protection from neglect, aged, blind person 18yrs & over

HomelessDrop-inCenter (ODCC)

(Alberque para personas sin vivienda – no necesita cita)

Day Services Only (Uso Solo de Día)

34420 SW Tualatin Valley Highway

Hillsboro, OR97123

(503) 640-6689

10am -4pm M-F          *WashingtonCounty *

 

 

 

Boys and Girls Aid

Transitional Living Program

 

018 SW Boundary Court

PortlandOregon97239

Or Fax: 503-224-5960

Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Crisis Counseling

ClearPoint Financial Solutions

We are a non-profit credit counseling agency.  We recently received our HUD housing counseling approval.  We are system wide members of the BBB.  We are members of the National Foundation for Credit Counselors.  We offer face to face, phone, and internet counseling.  Our phone number is 503-253-5115

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emergency Monetary Assistance

SEECAO

Community Action Organization

 

 

 

Debt Counseling

OpenDoorCounselingCenter

 

Ph: 503-640-6689

Fax: 503-640-9374

* OpenDoorCounselingCenter has Comprehensive Housing Counseling,  Mental Health Counseling , Counseling for children, adolescents, adults,  couples and families. ODCC also serves the homeless with a day shelter which provides hot meals, showers, bathroom facilities, use of telephone, mailing address also available, case management.  ODCC also serves western WashingtonCounty from Hillsboro west with Oregon Food Box program benefits.

 

 

Opening Doors - Community Action

 

Ph: 503-691-8552

Fax: 503-691-8457

* Opening Doors is a prenatal outreach program that serves low-income pregnant women in WashingtonCounty.  We provide information, support and advocacy to women in order to assist in having a healthy pregnancy. Services available in English and Spanish and are free.

 

 

 

 

Transportation Assistance

 

Ride Connection

Transportation Services

Phone: 503.226.0700

TTY: 503.528.1730

 

 

 

 

Other- (please name)

 

 

 

Find Online Database search

Community Action Organization

http://www.caowash.org/find/resources.php various types of assistance from A-Z by keyword searsch

 

Youth Services

North/Northeast Community Resource Guide

http://wfn.pcc.edu/Resources/AdditionalResources/youth_services.asp

KidsState Insurance Program

US Dept of Health & Human Services

http://www.insurekidsnow.gov/ Call 1-877-543-7669

Find out what programs you are eligible for. Self-guided online questions

Oregon Helps!

http://www.oregonhelps.org/ Food, Nutrition, Healthcare, Housing & Utilities, Children & Family Resources, Senior & Disabled Services, Financial Benefits, Veteran Services

Continuation of Health Coverage

US Dept of Labor (COBRA)

http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/health-plans/cobra.htm

 

William TempleHouse Social Services

They sometimes have  funds for hand tools, with a verifiable job offer. 503-226-3021 ex. 215   (Patricia Christiansen.    Kay Doern  Client Advocate

 

 

Center for Family & Adolescent Research (CFAR)

Free outpatient counseling programs for drug-using youth and their families. We're funded through treatment research studies from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Families help us study our treatments by completing assessments, and in turn we provide all of our services completely free of charge to those who qualify. We're in downtown Portland, but we can provide clients with Tri-Met tickets and SmartPark validation if desired.

 

 

The Oregon Prescription Drug Program

It can help families save up to 60% on prescriptions for those that are uninsured or underinsured.

http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/OHPPR/OPDP/ApplicationPage.shtml

 

 

PPA Partnership for Prescription Assistance

Prescription medications, the Partnership for Prescription

Assistance (PPA):

 

https://www.pparx.org/Intro.php

 

ExOffenders

Better People

4310 NE Martin Luther King Jr, Blvd

Portland, OR97211

503-281-2663

 

GOODWILL

 

Public Policy Contacts: Lisa P. Kinard

Director of Public Policy

800-741-0186

Job Training Programs

Job Placement

Support Services

Online Learning

http://www.goodwill.org/page/guest/about/publicpolicypriorities

 

 

Essential Health Clinic

For more information, or to volunteer, call

503-846-4919

We Treat:

Infections (fever, pain, swelling)

Minor injuries

Asthma

Other urgent health concerns

 

 

Low Cost Dental Programs

EMERGENCY CARE ONLY             503-988-6942

 

DENTAL ACCESS PROGRAM   ($40 payable at check-in)

 

Limited dental work only

Dentists treat by appointment only

No surgeries

No Root Canals

By appointment, but will see emergency cases

Assessed prior to treatment is required

Uninsured patients only (no insurance plans)

Income must meet federal poverty guidelines

 

 

WILLAMETTE DENTAL                               503-644-3200

 

 

VIRGINIA GARCIA                           503-359-8505

 

     

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