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                       March 2008

          For information about this directory, contact the
 Marion County Children & Families Commission at (503) 588-7975.
                 http://www.co.marion.or.us/CFC/
                                                                    Table of Contents
                                Marion County Parent Resource Directory
                                                                 March 2008
ACCESS       ............................................................................................................................................... 1
ADDICTION ............................................................................................................................................... 1
ADOPTION OR FOSTER CARE SERVICES ............................................................................................ 1
ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT ................................................................................................................... 1
ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION ................................................................................................. 2
  DETOXIFICATION CENTERS
  DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT
  HOUSING, RECOVERY
  SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION
  SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUPS
  SUBSTANCE ABUSE, Youth TREATMENT Programs
BASIC NEEDS .......................................................................................................................................... 4
  CLOTHING/FREE OR LOW COST
  ENERGY/UTILITY/HEATING ASSISTANCE
  FINANCIAL EMERGENCY
  FOOD/STAMPS/MEALS
  FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
  MEDICAL/PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE
  PRESCRIPTIONS (SEE BASIC NEEDS - MEDICAL)
  SHELTER/MISSION
  SHOWERS (SEE BASIC NEEDS - SHELTER)
  TRANSPORATION ASSISTANCE
CAMPS ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL PRGRMS .................................................................................... 8
CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ............................................................................................ 9
CLASSES/WORKSHOPS ....................................................................................................................... 10
CONSUMER SERVICES ......................................................................................................................... 10
CORRECTIONS, OREGON SYSTEM OF ............................................................................................... 10
   CORRECTIONS, JUVENILE
   CHILD/ADOLESCENT INTERVENTION SERVICES
COUNSELING ......................................................................................................................................... 10
COUNSELING, DEBT/CREDIT ............................................................................................................... 12
CRISIS SERVICES.................................................................................................................................. 12
  24 -HOUR HOTLINE NUMBERS
  CRISIS SERVICE CENTER (BUSINESS #S)
DEATH & DYING..................................................................................................................................... 13
  GRIEF RECOVERY
  HOSPICE SERVICES
DISABILITY INFORMATION................................................................................................................... 13
DISABILITY SERVICES, CHILD & YOUTH ............................................................................................ 14
DISABILITY, HEARING IMPAIRED ........................................................................................................ 15
DISABILITY, VISION IMPAIRED ............................................................................................................ 15
DONATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 15
EDUCATION............................................................................................................................................ 15
  ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS
  EARLY INTERVENTION/EARLYCHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION
  EDUCATION, ADULT (ABE/GED/HSC/ESL)
  EDUCATION, COMMUNITY
  EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES
  EDUCATION, SPECIAL
  HEAD START/EARLY CHILDHOOD
  LITERACY (SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION-ABE)
  SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  SCHOOLS, PUBLIC
EMERGENCY SERVICES....................................................................................................................... 19
EMPLOYMENT........................................................................................................................................ 19
  EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
  JOB LINES
  JOB PROGRAMS
  JOB SEARCH AND PLACEMENT
  SHELTERED WORKSHOP/Q REHAB FAC
  TEMPORARY STAFF AND EMPLOYEE LEASING
  WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES .................................................................................................. 22
  CHILD CARE RESOURCES
  CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
  FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS
  FAMILY SUPPORT
  HEALTHY START PROGRAM
  MISSING/RUNAWAY INFORMATION
  PARENTING CLASSES
  RELIEF NURSERY
  TEEN PARENT PROGRAM
FINANCIAL, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE/WELFARE.................................................................................... 26
FOSTER CARE ....................................................................................................................................... 27
GAMBLING TREATMENT ...................................................................................................................... 27
GANG INTERVENTION/PREVENTION .................................................................................................. 27
GOVERNMENTAL, LOCAL/COMMUNITY ............................................................................................. 27
  COMMUNITY SUPPORT , CITY-SPONSORED
  COMMUNITY SUPPORT , COUNTY-SPONSORED
GOVERNMENT, STATE.......................................................................................................................... 28
  CHILD WELFARE
  CONSUMER & BUSINESS SERVICES, OREGON DEPT
  CONSUMER PROTECTION, BETTER BUSINESS
  EDUCATION, OREGON DEPT OF (ODE)
  EMPLOYMENT, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF
  FAMILY SERVICES(SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM)
  HOUSING & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
  JUSTICE, OREGON DEPT OF
  MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, OFFICE OF (OMAP)
  OFFICE OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL (OSFM)
  POLICE, OREGON STATE (OSP)
  VETERANS AFFAIRS, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELESS............................................................................................................................................. 30
HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL CENTERS ................................................................................................ 32
  AMBULATORY SURGICAL CENTERS
  HOSPITALS
  MEDICAL CENTERS
HOUSING ASSISTANCE ........................................................................................................................ 32
  HOUSING AUTHORITY
  HOUSING, EMERGENCY
  HOUSING, FARMWORKER SERVICES
  HOUSING, HOMEOWNERSHIP/LOAN PROGRAM
  HOUSING, SUBSIDIZED
  HOUSING, TEEN PARENT
  HOUSING, TRANSITIONAL/RECOVERY
INFORMATION & REFERRAL SERVICES............................................................................................. 34
  HELP LINE OR WARM LINE
  LIBRARIES, PUBLIC
INSURANCE (HEALTH) & MANAGED CARE........................................................................................ 35
  MEDICAID (OHP/OMAP) CONTRACTED PLANS
  MEDICARE CONTRACTED PLANS
  OTHER HEALTH INSURANCE
INTERPRETATION, LANGUAGE TRANSLATION ................................................................................ 35
LEGAL ASSISTANCE............................................................................................................................. 36
MEDIATION............................................................................................................................................. 36
MEDICAL CONDITIONS (INFO/SUPPORT) ........................................................................................... 36
  AIDS/HIV...................................................................................................... TESTING AND SERVICES
  CANCER............................................................................................ INFORMATION AND SERVICES
  DEVELO ............................................................................... PMENTAL DISABILITIES INFORMATION
  EATING DISORDERS
  LUNG AND BREATHING INFORMATION
  SIDS (SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME)




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MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES .................................................................................................... 37
  BIRTHING SERVICES
  CLINICS. INDIAN HEALTH
  CLINICS, OBGYN
  CLINICS, PEDIATRIC
  CLINICS, PRIMARY CARE
  CLINICS, SPECIALTY
  CLINICS, URGENT CARE
  DENTAL SERVICES
  FAMILY PLANNING/PREGNANCY PREVENTION
  IMMUNIZATIONS
  OCCUPATIONAL HEALTLH
  PRENATAL SERVICES
  PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
  REHABILITATION THERAPIES
  REPRODUCTIVE SERVICES
  WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMS
  WELL-CHILD CHECKS/NUTRITION/WIC
MENS SUPPORT SERVICES ................................................................................................................. 42
MENTAL HEALTH .................................................................................................................................. 42
  MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT, OUTPATIENT
  SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT
MENTORING ........................................................................................................................................... 42
MULTI-CULTURAL SERVICES .............................................................................................................. 42
NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES ..................................................................................................... 43
ONE-STOP HUMAN SERVICE CENTERS ............................................................................................. 44
OREGON HEALTH PLAN (OHP)............................................................................................................ 44
ORGANIZATIONS, MULTI-SERVICE ..................................................................................................... 44
ORGANIZATIONS, STATE AND NATIONAL ......................................................................................... 44
PARENTING.............................................................................................................................. See Family
REPORTING/REGULATORY AGENCIES .............................................................................................. 44
  STATE REPORTING/REGULATORY
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES ......................................................................................................... 45
RESPITE SERVICES .............................................................................................................................. 45
SAFETY, FAMIL INTERVENTION .......................................................................................................... 45
  CHILD ABUSE INTERVENTION/PREVENTION
  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
SAFETY, HOME AND COMMUNITY ...................................................................................................... 47
SENIOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES ................................................................................................. 47
  SENIOR ASSISTANCE
  SENIOR FOOD PROGRAMS
  SENIOR TRANSPORTATION
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ............................................................................................... 47
SUPPORT GROUPS .............................................................................................................................. 47
TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................................................... 47
VETERANS ............................................................................................................................................. 48
VICTIMS ....................................................................................................................................................
 48
VIOLENCE PREVENTION ...................................................................................................................... 48
VOLUNTEER SERVICES........................................................................................................................ 48
WOMENS SUPPORT SERVICES ........................................................................................................... 49
WORKERS COMPENSATION ................................................................................................................ 49
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ........................................................................................................................ 50




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ACCESS                                                                      Department of Human                 State Office in      (503) 945-5651
HEALTHCARE ACCESS                                                           Services (Child Welfare)            Salem
                                                                            (State Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
                                                                            family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
Family Health Insurance           State Office of      1-888-564-9669       program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
Assistance Program                Private Health                            determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
(FHIAP)                           Partnerships in                           services.)
                                  Salem
(State agency responsible for providing application, eligibility and        Department of Human                 Woodburn             (503) 981-3071
customer service for the Family Health Insurance Assistance                 Services (Child Welfare)            Branch
Program-FHIAP targets families with children and FHIAP helps pay the
                                                                            (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
monthly bill (premium) for private health insurance. Agency may also
                                                                            family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
refer callers to a certified local insurance agent who can explain
                                                                            program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
insurance options which vary by county.)
                                                                            determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                            services.)
Medical Assistance                Oregon Health        1-800-359-9517
Programs, Division of             Plan (OHP)                                Department of Human                 Woodburn             1-800-358-2571
(DMAP) - Medicaid                 Application                               Services (Child Welfare)            Branch
                                  Center                                    (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
(Applicants may apply through local DHS offices or by calling the           family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
application center toll-free 1-800-359-9517. DMAP is the state agency       program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
responsible for administration of the Oregon Medicaid program, including    determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
the Children's Health Insurance Program--CHIP.)                             services.)

ADDICTION (SEE ALCOHOL AND DRUG)                                            Michael the Arch Angel              Salem                (503) 581-2229
                                                                            (Pro-life alternatives to abortion, counseling, free pregnancy tests.
                                                                            Religious message.)
RAP                               Mental Health        (503) 393-4273       ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT
                                  /Addiction
                                  Drop-in-Center
                                  in Salem
(Peer led, peer driven Mental Health and addiction co-occuring services.)   Camp To Belong                      Oregon Foster        (503) 361-3906
                                                                                                                Parent
ADOPTION OR FOSTER CARE SERVICES                                                                                Association
                                                                            The mission of Camp To Belong NW is to reunite siblings placed in
                                                                            separate foster, adoptive or relative placements for events that
                                                                            encourage emotional empowerment, social maturation, positive outlook,
Christian Community               Christian            (503) 588-5647       fun and sibling connection.
Placement Center                  Adoption
                                  Service                                   Canyon Crisis Center                Santiam              (503) 897-2327
(CCPC provides a continuum of services including infant, special needs,                                         Family Center
and international adoption, out patient counseling, and youth residential   (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims.
treatment. Religious message.)                                              Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and
                                                                            empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house
Department of Human               Marion Child         (503) 378-6800       referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.)
Services (Child Welfare)          Welfare Office
                                  in Salem                                  Commission on Children              Marion County        (503) 588-7975
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,     and Families                        - in Salem
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living         (Community progress teams represent communities by high school
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage            boundary areas. Government and communities, including non-profit
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment         organizations, work together to ensure families and have a stable
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during           support system.)
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent
danger, call 911.)                                                          Liberty House                       Salem                (503) 540-0288
                                                                            (Provides medical services, child interviews and mental health services
Department of Human               Marion Child         1-800-854-3508       to children who may have been abused or neglected. For children in
Services (Child Welfare)          Welfare Office                            Marion County and Polk County.)
                                  in Salem
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,     Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (503) 399-7722
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living         Service
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage            (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment         provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during           children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent   surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.
danger, call 911.)                                                          Advocates for prevention and victims.)


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ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT                                                          Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                 1-888-505-2673
                                                                              Information Center (OPTI) Salem
                                                                              (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special
                                                                              education and helps parents advocate at school for children with
Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (866) 399-7722       disabilities.)
Service
(Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter      Stand for Children                 Oregon               (541) 908-1863
provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
                                                                                                                 Chapter
surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.        (Oregon chapter of a national membership organization with a mission to
Advocates for prevention and victims.)                                        create strong advocacy to ensure all children can grow up healthy,
                                                                              educated and safe.)
National Alliance for the          Salem                 (503) 391-1511
Mentally Ill (NAMI)                                                           Young Women's Christian            Resource             (503) 581-9922
(Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
                                                                              Association (YWCA) of              Assistance
lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The               Salem                              Program
information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,             (Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy,
Monday -Friday.)                                                              interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is
                                                                              offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and
                                                                              Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.)
National Alliance for the          Salem                1-800-343-6264
Mentally Ill (NAMI)
                                                                              ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION
(Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The               DETOXIFICATION SERVICES
information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,
Monday -Friday.)
                                                                              Network Behavioral                 Salem                (503) 399-5597
                                                                              HealthCare                         Addiction
Northwest Human Services Crisis and                      (503) 581-5535                                          Treatment
                         Information                                          (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project.
                         Hotline in                                           Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction Services. Alcohol
                         Salem                                                and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.)
(Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley
staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an          Willamette Valley                  Salem                (503) 391-9762
entry into the helping resources of the community.)
                                                                              Treatment Center
                                                                              (Synthetic opiate detox and maintenance treatment.)
Northwest Human Services Crisis and                     1-800-560-5535
                         Information                                          DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT
                         Hotline in
                         Salem                                                Alcohol Counseling                 Salem                (503) 363-9355
(Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley   Options Unlimited
staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an          (Substance abuse treatment for both adults and youth.)
entry into the helping resources of the community.)
                                                                              Catholic Community                 Community            (503) 390-2600
Oregon AIDS Hotline                Helpline in           (503) 223-2437       Services                           Counseling
                                   Portland                                                                      Center and
(Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services                                                   Encuentro
information for entire state of Oregon.)
                                                                              (DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and
                                                                              marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing
Oregon AIDS Hotline                Helpline in          1-800-777-2437        impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.)
                                   Portland
(Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services                Chemawa Indian Health              Behavioral           (503) 399-5942
information for entire state of Oregon.)                                      Center                             Health Center
                                                                                                                 (Alcohol
Oregon Family Support              Salem                1-800-323-8521                                           Education
Network                                                                                                          Center in
(Private non-profit resource for families statewide who have                                                     Keizer)
children/adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health             (Outpatient substance abuse and mental health care. Healthcare.
disorders.)                                                                   Extended hours: 10:00am - 3:00pm - Sat.)

Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                  (503) 581-8156       Creekside Counseling, Inc          Salem                (503) 371-4160
Information Center (OPTI) Salem                                               (Relapse prevention, DUII education classes, family groups for
(Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special             adolescents, level 1 and level 2 intensive outpatient, Women's group.
education and helps parents advocate at school for children with              OP, IOP, DUII, DUII Education Classes. Marijuana education.)
disabilities.)




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ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION                                                 Marion County Health               Adolescent            (503) 361-2784
DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT                                              Department                         Alcohol and
                                                                                                                 Drug
                                                                                                                 Treatment
Kaiser Permanente Dept of North                          (503) 361-5400
                                                                              (Assessment and treatment services, including intensive outpatient
Addiction Medicine        Lancaster
                                                                              groups and aftercare groups, for youth 12-17 who have a history of or
                          Medical Office                                      are currently abusing substances.)
                          in Salem
(Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII rehab.     Marion County Health               Substance             (503) 566-2901
Offers specific services to youth ages 18 years and under.)
                                                                              Department                         Abuse
Marion County Drug                 Salem                 (503) 588-5358
Treatment Program                                                             Salem/Keizer Together              City of Salem         (503) 588-6261
(Opioid Replacement Therapy for adult men and women addicted to               Community Drug                     Department of
opiates.)                                                                     Prevention Program                 Community
                                                                                                                 Services
Marion County Health               Adolescent            (503) 361-2784       (Volunteer positions for middle school after school programs to serve as
Department                         Alcohol and                                tutors, chaperone for a field trip, assist a program leader with sports,
                                   Drug                                       drama, cooking, crafts.)
                                   Treatment
(Assessment and treatment services, including intensive outpatient            Sales of Tobacco to Minors Salem                         (503) 588-6261
groups and aftercare groups, for youth 12-17 who have a history of or         Prohibited (STOMP)         Department of
are currently abusing substances.)                                                                       Community
                                                                                                         Services
Network Behavioral                 Salem                 (503) 399-5597       (Students 15-17 years old with valid ID work in pairs accompanied by an
HealthCare                         Addiction                                  adult, attempt to purchase tobacco products. Positive reinforcement
                                   Treatment                                  campaign that rewards clerks for checking ID and not selling tobacco
(Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project.          products to underage youth.)
Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction Services. Alcohol
and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.)
                                                                              SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUPS

New Steps Behavioral               Salem                 (503) 364-9957       Adult Children of                  Salem Support         (503) 390-2482
Health                                                                        Alcoholics                         Group
                                                                              (Support group for adult children of alcoholics. Call for meeting location
(Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment for youth
                                                                              and schedule, or meet at the Faith Luteran Church (4505 River Rd N
and adults, DUII info, DUII rehab. Offers specific services to minority and
                                                                              Salem, OR 97303) at 7:30pm every Monday.)
youth ages 18 years and under. Accept OHP members w/CareOregon,
Marion-Polk Community Health Plan or w/o an OHP medical plan.)
                                                                              Al-Anon Information                Salem Support         (503) 370-7363
Serenity Lane - Straight           Salem                 (503) 588-8469       Service (AIS)                      Groups
F.A.C.T.S.                                                                    (Provides information on purpose and location of Al-Anon Family Group
                                                                              meetings which provide emotional support to family and friends of
(Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII info,
                                                                              alcoholics.)
DUII rehab. Serenity Lane's Straight FACTS Program (Finding
Alternatives to Criminal Thinking Strategies) treats chemical dependency
and criminality.)                                                             Willamette Valley                  Alcoholics            (503) 399-0599
                                                                              Intergroup, Inc                    Anonymous
RECOVERY PROGRAMS, ADULT                                                      (Support group contact for persons recovering from alcohol abuse.)

Network Behavioral                 Salem                 (503) 399-5597       SUBSTANCE ABUSE, RESIDENTIAL TRTMT
HealthCare                         Addiction
                                   Treatment                                  Network Behavioral                 Salem                 (503) 399-5597
(Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project.          HealthCare                         Addiction
Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction Services. Alcohol                                                 Treatment
and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.)                 (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project.
                                                                              Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction Services. Alcohol
SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION                                                    and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.)

Marion County Drug                 Salem                 (503) 588-5358       Pacific Ridge                      Jefferson             (503) 361-7758
Treatment Program                                                             (Alcohol and drug residential treatment for adults and adolescents.)
(Opioid Replacement Therapy for adult men and women addicted to
opiates.)
                                                                              SUBSTANCE ABUSE, YOUTH PROGRAMS

                                                                              Alcohol Counseling                 Salem                 (503) 363-9355
                                                                              Options Unlimited
                                                                              (Substance abuse treatment for both adults and youth.)


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ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION                                                 Mid-Willamette Valley               Silverton             (503) 873-8330
SUBSTANCE ABUSE, YOUTH PROGRAMS                                               Community Action Agency             Family
                                                                              of Marion and Polk                  Resource
                                                                              Counties                            Center
New Steps Behavioral               Salem                 (503) 364-9957
                                                                              (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
Health
                                                                              individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
(Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment for youth        Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)
and adults, DUII info, DUII rehab. Offers specific services to minority and
youth ages 18 years and under. Accept OHP members w/CareOregon,
Marion-Polk Community Health Plan or w/o an OHP medical plan.)                Mt Angel Community                  Mt. Angel             (503) 845-2492
                                                                              Chest
BASIC NEEDS - ALL                                                             (Emergency services, food, gas (for work, medical appointments),
                                                                              clothing. Thanksgiving & Christmas baskets.)
CLOTHING, THRIFT OR NO COST
                                                                              Precious Children and               Salem                 (503) 581-0102
Adventist Community                Salem Church          (503) 363-8893       Families Outreach                   Evangelical
Service                            Office                                                                         Church
(Provides free clothing, diapers and food boxes.Some household                (Food boxes and some clothes for small children.)
items:bedding, dishes, etc.)
                                                                              Reruns for Kids                     Salem                 (503) 371-7933
Bellies, Babies & Beyond           Salem Resale          (503) 364-9381       (Used kids clothing consignment store with proceeds going to Family
                                   Event                                      Building Blocks, Salem's family relief nursery/ child-abuse prevention
(Annual resale event held at the First Baptist Church gym on corner of        program. Volunteers help run the store.)
Liberty and Marion Streets in Salem. Vendors sell gently-used clothes,
toys, furniture, books and maternity clothing. Contact 503.769-2872.)         Silverton Family Resource Family                          (503) 873-8330
                                                                              Center                    Resource
Big Gals Consignment               Salem                 (503) 588-9202                                 Center
Shop                                                                                                    Network
(Consignment shop for women's low-cost clothing. Specializes in large         (Community-based center provides assistance/ referral for
sizes. Open Mon - Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm.)                                      housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization,
                                                                              tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.)
Brady Fund                         OSBA Office in        (503) 588-2800
                                   Salem                                      St Vincent dePaul Society           Salem Social          (503) 364-5672
(Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are                                                 Services Office
distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for           (Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.Call the food
clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and    bank for hours of operation - 503-364-5672. Call the thrift store for hours
vision. Referrals from local school districts.)                               of operation - 503-364-3210.)

Clothing Center                    Seventh Day           (503) 873-0975       Union Gospel Mission                New Life              (503) 362-3983
                                   Adventist                                  (UGM)                               Recovery
                                   Church -                                                                       Program
                                   Silverton                                  (New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help
                                                                              stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to
GOODWILL Outlet Store              Portland Road         (503) 587-9760       live productively in the community, and in their family and work
                                   in Salem                                   environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer
(12,500 square foot Outlet Store of clothing, household items and             assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)
furniture. Thrift retail. Some items are purchased by the pound; some
are indivdually priced. Store located 1/4 mile south of the Regional State    Union Gospel Mission                Salem                 (503) 362-3983
Police office.)                                                               (UGM)                               Downtown
                                                                                                                  Mission
Goodwill Store                     Silverton             (503) 873-6742       (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab,
(Quality, brand-name clothes and household items at prices 85% less           furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children,
than department stores. New merchandise stocked hourly; check                 learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area.
website for Goodwill Return Policy and thrift store tips. Thrift store.)
                                                                              UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers life stabilization and
Helping Hands Resources            Volunteer             (503) 364-9936       recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.)
                                   Services in
                                   Salem                                      Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487
(All volunteer organization which provides free clothing to low-income        (UGM)
individuals and families in the community, and small household                (Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without
goods--bedding, cooking utensils are provided with a referral from            children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three
churches or local social service agencies. No referrals required.)            meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
                                                                              christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.)




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BASIC NEEDS - ALL                                                          Mill City-Gates Food Bank         Mill City           (503) 897-4904
CLOTHING, THRIFT OR NO COST                                                (Community Assistance Center providing emergency food assistance
                                                                           and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana,
                                                                           Gates , Detroit and Mill City communities.)
Union Gospel Mission              Salem on N.          (503) 362-3983
Store                             Commercial                               Oregon Housing and                Energy and          (503) 986-2000
                                  Street                                   Community Services                Weatherization
(Thrift store of good quality donated items such as clothing, sporting     Department (OHCSD)                Programs
goods, collectibles and household products. Many bargains of clothing
                                                                                                             State Office in
and household goods are available to all members of the community.
Profits fund Union Gospel ministeries.)                                                                      Salem
                                                                           (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization
                                                                           programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are
Westgate Assembly of God Salem                         (503) 364-0002      accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)
Shared Blessing
(Food boxes are designed to last three days and can be received every
                                                                           Oregon Housing and                Energy and          1-888-986-3746
30 days.)
                                                                           Community Services                Weatherization
ENERGY/UTILITY/HEATING ASSISTANCE                                          Department (OHCSD)                Programs
                                                                                                             State Office in
Mid-Willamette Valley   Community                      (503) 585-6232                                        Salem
Community Action Agency Resource                                           (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization
of Marion and Polk      Program                                            programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are
                                                                           accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)
Counties
(MWVCAA is a not-for-profit organization that addresses the many
complex issues facing low-income individuals and families. The agency's    Oregon Housing and                Rental              (503) 986-2000
Community Resource Program provides a variety of services that focus       Community Services                Assistance
on promoting housing stability and self-sufficiency among homeless and     Department (OHCSD)                Program -
low-income persons in Marion and Polk Counties. These services                                               State Office in
include Community Resource Centers located in Dallas, Stayton, and                                           Salem
Woodburn; tenant-based rental assistance programs; self-sufficiency (      (The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low
                                                                           Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)
Mid-Willamette Valley   Energy                         (503) 585-8491
Community Action Agency Assistance                                         Oregon Telephone                  Oregon PUC          1-800-848-4442
of Marion and Polk      Program                                            Assistance Program                in Salem
Counties                                                                   (OTAP) and Linkup
(Provides energy assistance of last resort to low-income families and      America
individuals. Home weatherization program. Energy assistance limited to     (Linkup America/Oregon PUC cooperative program lowers the cost of
winter months.)                                                            getting hooked up to local telephone company or wireless service. Uses
                                                                           monies collected from the Universal Service Fund Fee to subsidize low
Mid-Willamette Valley             Silverton            (503) 873-8330      income individuals and families for up to 50% of the cost of putting in
Community Action Agency           Family                                   telephone service.)
of Marion and Polk                Resource
Counties                          Center                                   Silverton Family Resource Family                      (503) 873-8330
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and   Center                    Resource
individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,                                  Center
Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)                                                                  Network
                                                                           (Community-based center provides assistance/ referral for
Mid-Willamette Valley             Stayton              (503) 769-3173      housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization,
Community Action Agency           Community                                tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.)
of Marion and Polk                Action
Counties                          Resource                                 FINANCIAL EMERGENCY
                                  Center
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and   Silverton Family Resource Family                      (503) 873-8330
individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,        Center                    Resource
Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.)                                                                    Center
                                                                                                     Network
Mid-Willamette Valley             Woodburn             (503) 982-8212      (Community-based center provides assistance/ referral for
Community Action Agency           Family                                   housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization,
of Marion and Polk                Resource                                 tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.)
Counties                          Center
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
individuals. They offer referral services for the homeless. Childcare
resource questions are referred to the Salem office. Operates five
Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and
Independence.)


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BASIC NEEDS - ALL                                                            Sacred Heart Food Bank             Gervais               (503) 792-4231
FOOD OR MEALS, FREE/LOW COST                                                 (Food box distribution through Oregon Food Bank 1 - 4pm Thursday to
                                                                             Gervais area residents.)

Adventist Community                Salem Church          (503) 363-8893      Salem Emergency Food               John Knox             (503) 393-0404
Service                            Office                                    Bank                               Community
(Provides free clothing, diapers and food boxes.Some household                                                  Food Bank
items:bedding, dishes, etc.)                                                 (Food 9:30am - 11:30am, Thursday)

Aumsville Community Food Aumsville                       (503) 749-2128      Salem Emergency Food               Trinity United        (503) 585-8851
Bank                                                                         Bank                               Methodist
(Food boxes)                                                                                                    Church

Brooks Assembly of God             Brooks                (503) 393-2155      Salem Emergency Food               West Salem            (503) 363-3035
(Food box distribution through Oregon Food Bank in Brooks from 10am -        Bank                               United
Noon on Tuesdays.)                                                                                              Methodist
Grande Ronde Community Grande Ronde                      (503) 879-5731                                         Church
Rescue Center          Food Bank                                             (Food 1:00pm - 3:45pm, Monday and Wednesday)
(Food bank distributes food boxes at the Grande Ronde Community
Rescue Center at 8715 Grand Ronde Rd to the Grande Ronde                     Silverton Area Community Silverton                       (503) 873-3446
community.)                                                                  Aid, Inc
                                                                             (Provides emergency food, rent and utilities help, one time prescription
House of Zion Ministries,          Woodburn              (503) 981-8042      assistance, to residents in the Silverton/Scotts Mills area.)
Inc
(Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site          St Joseph's Shelter                Mt Angel              (503) 845-6147
meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.)                  Benedictine Sisters
                                                                             (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission
Marion - Polk Food Share           Administration        (503) 581-3855      Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help
                                   in Salem                                  by paying rent based on ability to pay.)
(A nonprofit 501 (c) (3) charity that provides food to a network of food
box pantries, meal sites, and shelters which directly serve the public in    St Vincent dePaul Society          Salem Social          (503) 364-5672
Marion and Polk counties. See food distribution locations on their                                              Services Office
website at: http://www.fodbanksalem.org).                                    (Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.Call the food
                                                                             bank for hours of operation - 503-364-5672. Call the thrift store for hours
Mid-Willamette Valley              Silverton             (503) 873-8330      of operation - 503-364-3210.)
Community Action Agency            Family
of Marion and Polk                 Resource                                  Stayton Community Food             Stayton               (503) 769-4088
Counties                           Center                                    Bank                               Location
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and     (Food boxes, baby formula.)
individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)                                          Turner Christian Church            Food                  (503) 743-2119
                                                                                                                Distribution
Mill City-Gates Food Bank          Mill City             (503) 897-4904                                         Site
(Community Assistance Center providing emergency food assistance             (Walk-in community resource for food boxes. Food boxes available
and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana,           Monday mornings only from 9:00 - 11:30am.)
Gates , Detroit and Mill City communities.)
                                                                             Union Gospel Mission               New Life              (503) 362-3983
Mount Angel Community              Mt. Angel             (503) 845-6998      (UGM)                              Recovery
Service Center                     Office                                                                       Program
(Emergency food for the needy)                                               (New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help
                                                                             stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to
Mt Angel Community                 Mt. Angel             (503) 845-2492      live productively in the community, and in their family and work
Chest                                                                        environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer
                                                                             assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)
(Emergency services, food, gas (for work, medical appointments),
clothing. Thanksgiving & Christmas baskets.)
                                                                             Union Gospel Mission               Salem                 (503) 362-3983
Precious Children and              Salem                 (503) 581-0102      (UGM)                              Downtown
Families Outreach                  Evangelical                                                                  Mission
                                   Church                                    (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab,
                                                                             furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children,
(Food boxes and some clothes for small children.)
                                                                             learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area.

                                                                             UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers life stabilization and
                                                                             recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.)


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BASIC NEEDS - ALL                                                              Brady Fund                         OSBA Office in       (503) 588-2800
FOOD OR MEALS, FREE/LOW COST                                                                                      Salem
                                                                               (Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are
                                                                               distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for
Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487       clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and
(UGM)                                                                          vision. Referrals from local school districts.)
(Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without
children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three   Silverton Area Community Silverton                      (503) 873-3446
meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.)
                                                                               Aid, Inc
                                                                               (Provides emergency food, rent and utilities help, one time prescription
                                                                               assistance, to residents in the Silverton/Scotts Mills area.)
Westgate Assembly of God Salem                            (503) 364-0002
Shared Blessing                                                                SHELTER YOUTH
(Food boxes are designed to last three days and can be received every
30 days.)                                                                      HOME Youth and Resource Salem Day                       (503) 391-6428
FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES                                                 Center                  Shelter
                                                                               (Provides day shelter where at-risk youth find meals, clothing, laundry
                                                                               facilities, showers and assistance. Services for school, family, jobs, drug
GOODWILL Outlet Store               Portland Road         (503) 587-9760       and alcohol intervention, and testing for HIV.)
                                    in Salem
(12,500 square foot Outlet Store of clothing, household items and              Northwest Human Services Home Offering                  (503) 588-5825
furniture. Thrift retail. Some items are purchased by the pound; some
are indivdually priced. Store located 1/4 mile south of the Regional State
                                                                                                        Shelter to
Police office.)                                                                                         Teens (HOST)
                                                                                                        Youth &
Goodwill Store                      Silverton             (503) 873-6742                                Family
(Quality, brand-name clothes and household items at prices 85% less
                                                                                                        Program
than department stores. New merchandise stocked hourly; check                  (24-Hour shelter serving youth who are homeless, runaways, or in crisis.
website for Goodwill Return Policy and thrift store tips. Thrift store.)       Free counseling, mediation, food, clothing, bus tickets for travel to
                                                                               school, case management and information and referral is also provided.
                                                                               Parent education and conflict resolution.)
St Vincent dePaul Society           Salem Social          (503) 364-5672
                                    Services Office                            SHELTER/MISSION
(Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.Call the food
bank for hours of operation - 503-364-5672. Call the thrift store for hours    ARCHES Project                     Salem Drop-in        (503) 399-9080
of operation - 503-364-3210.)
                                                                                                                  Center
                                                                               (Homeless and referrals for social services in Marion and Polk Counties.
Union Gospel Mission                New Life              (503) 362-3983       Help consumers comply with sanctions to get them out of the criminal
(UGM)                               Recovery                                   justice system. Identify or provide support services such as housing,
                                    Program                                    mental health, HIV and substance abuse screening and referral, primary
(New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help           health care education and referral, employment, legal aid, Veterans'
stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to          services and transportation options.)
live productively in the community, and in their family and work
environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer         House of Zion Ministries,          Woodburn             (503) 981-8042
assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)                      Inc
                                                                               (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site
Union Gospel Mission                Salem                 (503) 362-3983       meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.)
(UGM)                               Downtown
                                    Mission                                    Northwest Human Services Homeless                       (503) 588-5827
(Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab,                                         Outreach and
furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children,                                  Advocacy
learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area.
                                                                                                        Project
UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers life stabilization and                                     (HOAP)
recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.)                      (HOAP provides services to people who are mentally ill and homeless.
                                                                               Services include: outreach, housing, meals, medical care, mental health
                                                                               care, advocacy and case management. Safe Haven Shelter offers a
Union Gospel Mission                Salem on N.           (503) 362-3983       home for persons with mental illness.)
Store                               Commercial
                                    Street
(Thrift store of good quality donated items such as clothing, sporting
goods, collectibles and household products. Many bargains of clothing
and household goods are available to all members of the community.
Profits fund Union Gospel ministeries.)

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BASIC NEEDS - ALL                                                               TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE
SHELTER/MISSION                                                                 Canyon Crisis Center               Santiam               (503) 897-2327
                                                                                                                   Family Center
Salem Interfaith Hospitality West Salem                   (503) 370-9752        (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims.
Network (SIHN)               SIHN Day                                           Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and
                             Center                                             empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house
(Local network of 32 faith communities make up this network that                referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.)
cooperates to provide shelter and meals for homeless families as they
look for permanent housing. Skilled staff help families redirect their lives.   Mill City-Gates Food Bank          Mill City             (503) 897-4904
The home on Edgewater Street, SIHN Day Center, provides a shelter               (Community Assistance Center providing emergency food assistance
program for up to 4 homeless families and a up to a total of 14 people.         and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana,
Interested families may call for an intake interview.)                          Gates , Detroit and Mill City communities.)

Salvation Army, The -               Salem                 (503) 585-6688        CAMPS
Social Services
(Provides temporary shelter to families, single women and single men,           CAMPS, CHILDREN AND YOUTH
job referral and assistance with permanent housing placement. (Provides
food boxes, rent assistance, utility assistance--to Salem Electric              Young Men's Christian              Camp Greider          (503) 399-2759
customers, as well as guidance and counseling to low-income individuals         Association of the
and families. Meals served every day at 4:30pm at 1901 Front Street,            Mid-Willamette (YMCA)
NE.)
                                                                                (Summer day camps including adventure camp, horse camp, aquatics,
                                                                                and other specialty camps.)
St Francis Shelter                  Salem                 (503) 588-0428
(Shelter, housing and case management for homeless families and                 CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL
pregnant women. Eligible families have up to 30 days of rent-free
occupancy in a furnished apartment.)                                            PRGRMS

St Joseph's Shelter                 Mt Angel              (503) 845-6147
Benedictine Sisters                                                             Boys and Girls Club of             Eastwood              (503) 361-3081
(Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission          Salem                              Branch
Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help
by paying rent based on ability to pay.)                                        (After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12. This
                                                                                program named "Best Boys and Girls Club in the World".)
St Vincent dePaul                   Emergency             (503) 364-5672
                                                                                Boys and Girls Club of             Keizer Branch         (503) 304-1313
                                    Housing -
                                                                                Salem
                                    Salem
                                                                                (After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)
                                    Location
(Provides emergency housing and services.)
                                                                                Boys and Girls Club of             Knudson               (503) 581-7383
                                                                                Salem                              Branch/Admini
Union Gospel Mission                New Life              (503) 362-3983
                                                                                                                   stration Salem
(UGM)                               Recovery
                                                                                (After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)
                                    Program
(New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help
stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to           Boys and Girls Club of             Swegle Branch         (503) 391-1519
live productively in the community, and in their family and work                Salem
environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer          (After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)
assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)
                                                                                Boys and Girls Club of             Wipper Teen           (503) 561-7383
Union Gospel Mission                Salem                 (503) 362-3983        Salem                              Center
(UGM)                               Downtown                                    (After school and summer programs for youth grades 7-12.)
                                    Mission
(Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab,                 Hubbard After-School               Hubbard               (503) 951-0190
furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children,          Program
learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area.          Supervised and structured after-school program for children and youth in
                                                                                grades k-8 in Hubbard, Aurora and surrounding areas.
UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers life stabilization and
recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.)
                                                                                OregonASK                          after school for      (503) 540-4481
Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487                                           kids
(UGM)                                                                           (OregonAsk mission is to support, expand and advocate for quality
                                                                                out-of-school time programs and activities for children, youth, and
(Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without              families throughout Oregon.
children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three
meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
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CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL                                            POWER Program                      Walker Middle        (503) 399-3220
PRGRMS                                                                                                     School

                                                                        (The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
POWER Program                   Claggett             (503) 399-3701     after-school activities to choose from.)
                                Middle School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    POWER Program                      Whiteaker            (503) 399-3224
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,                                      Middle School
after-school activities to choose from.)                                (The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
POWER Program                   Crossler             (503) 399-3444     after-school activities to choose from.)
                                Middle School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                        A. C. Gilbert's Discovery          Salem                (503) 371-3631
POWER Program                   Houck Middle         (503) 399-3446     Village (Gilbert House)
                                School
                                                                        (Children's Discovery Center designed to promote curiosity, inspire awe,
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    awaken interest, foster enjoyment, encourage learning and enable
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,   understanding. Interactive museum for children and families; workshops,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                classes and camps with focus on learning and exploration.)

POWER Program                   Howard Street        (503) 399-3408     Canyonview Camp                    Silverton            (503) 873-8296
                                Charter School                          (Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,   indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding
after-school activities to choose from.)                                etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility
                                                                        and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf
POWER Program                   Judson Middle        (503) 399-3201     recreational facility is now complete.)
                                School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    Canyonview Camp                    Silverton           1-888-516-5655
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,   (Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East
after-school activities to choose from.)                                Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and
                                                                        indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding
POWER Program                   Leslie Middle        (503) 399-3206     etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility
                                                                        and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf
                                School
                                                                        recreational facility is now complete.)
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                City of Salem                      Department of        (503) 588-6261
                                                                                                           Community
POWER Program                   Parrish Middle       (503) 399-3210                                        Services
                                School                                  (Recreation programs offered by the City of Salem for children ages
                                                                        three - seventeen.)
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                Girl Scouts of Santiam             Regional             (503) 581-2451
                                                                        Council                            Office in
POWER Program                   Stephens             (503) 399-3442                                        Salem
                                Middle School                           (A comprehensive youth development program for girls that helps
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    develop self-esteem, values, decision making and leadership skills.)
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                Kids on the Block, The             Salem Office         (503) 399-3074
                                                                        (Volunteer program which enacts various life situations through the use
POWER Program                   Waldo Middle         (503) 399-3215     of life-sized puppets)
                                School
                                                                        Oregon Children's                  North Valley         (503) 385-4699
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    Foundation                         Start Making a
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                                                           Reader Today
                                                                                                           (SMART)
                                                                                                           Program in
                                                                                                           Salem
                                                                        (Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each
                                                                        week during the school year.)




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CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES                                               American Red Cross                 Willamette            (503) 585-5414
                                                                                                                 Chapter in
                                                                                                                 Salem
                                                                              (Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental
Oregon Children's                 North Valley        1-800-355-3999
                                                                              health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.)
Foundation                        Start Making a
                                  Reader Today                                CLASSES, PARENTING
                                  (SMART)
                                  Program in                                  Easter Seals Oregon                Children's            (503) 370-8990
                                  Salem                                                                          Therapy
(Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each                                         Center in
week during the school year.)                                                                                    Salem
                                                                              (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy
OregonASK                         after school for     (503) 540-4481         (ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,
                                  kids                                        Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention
(OregonAsk mission is to support, expand and advocate for quality             Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and
out-of-school time programs and activities for children, youth, and           services)
families throughout Oregon.
                                                                              CLASSES, YOUTH AND CHILDREN
Salem-Keizer Public               Homeless             (503) 399-3353
Schools                           Program                                     Young Women's Christian            Rollercoasters        (503) 581-9922
(Assists homeless children in overcoming                                      Association (YWCA) of
barriers to school attendence)                                                Salem
                                                                              An eight-week class, one-hour session per week workshop for children of
Young Men's Christian             Camp Silver          (503) 399-2770         divorce.
Association of the                Creek
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)                                                         CONSUMER SERVICES
(Overnight summer camp for children grades 1 - 12. Safe, progressive,
well-rounded youth fun including boating, hiking, fishing, archery,
swimming, arts and crafts etc.)
                                                                              Project A.B.L.E.                   A Better Life         (503) 363-3260
                                                                                                                 Experience
Young Men's Christian             Marion and           (503) 581-9622
Association of the                Polk Counties
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)             in Salem                                    CORRECTIONS, OREGON SYSTEM OF
(Recreation, physical activity programs for all ages. Before and after        CORRECTIONS, JUVENILE
school activities; day and overnight camps, development programs and
enrichment classes. Member's nursery for kids from 6 weeks - 6 years at
no cost to members who are participating in a Y in-building activity          Catholic Community                 Catarino              (503) 363-7261
between 8:30am - Noon on Mon, Wed and Fri and between 5:30 -                  Services                           Cavazos
8:00pm on Tue and Thurs.)                                                                                        Center for
                                                                                                                 Hispanic Youth
CLASSES/WORKSHOPS                                                                                                and Families
                                                                              (Formerly known as Street Vision. Culturally appropriate
CLASSES, ADULT AND FAMILY                                                     community-based residential treatment program for Latino youth
                                                                              previously involved with gang activity, or affected by substance abuse or
R.E.N.T.                          Mid-Willamette       (503) 585-6232         cultural identity issues. Male between ages 12 and 25. Requires referral
                                  Valley                                      by Oregon Youth Authority or county juvenile department.)
                                  Community
                                  Action Agency                               Child/Adolescent                   Sex Offender          (503) 657-0683
Education program designed to assist individuals or families who cannot       Intervention Services, Inc         Treatment
access or retain housing because of poor rental history or bad credit.        (CAIS)                             Program in
                                                                                                                 Tigard
CLASSES, BIRTH/BIRTH PREPARATION                                              (Sex offender treatment program for adolescents and adults; psychiatric
                                                                              and sex offender evaluations, polygraph and phallometric tests;
Maybe Baby                        Salem Hospital       (503) 561-5138         outpatient services. Group treatment on Tues and Wed afternoons and
                                  Family Birth                                evening. Referrals from OYA, court system, community probation.)
                                  Center
Seminar for couples considering parenthood.                                   COUNSELING
CLASSES, CPR/FIRST AID/BLS
                                                                              Alpha Counseling and               Salem                 (503) 362-7024
                                                                              Therapy
                                                                              (Counseling individuals, divorce, loss, family, anger management, sex
                                                                              abuse. Will not take court ordered individuals.)


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COUNSELING                                                                    Marion County Mental                Psychiatric           (503) 585-4949
                                                                              Health Services                     Crisis Center
                                                                              (Services provided include crisis intervention, screening for potential
                                                                              hospital admission, hospital diversion, respite placement and short term
Canyon Crisis Center                 Santiam             (503) 897-2327       solution focused therapy as well as referral to appropriate community
                                     Family Center                            agencies.)
(24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims.
Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and              Mid-Valley Youth for Christ Salem Office                  (503) 378-7830
empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house
                                                                              (Intervention and counseling services. Emotional encouragement and
referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.)
                                                                              support to students who become pregnant. Religious message.)

Capital Family and Child             Salem               (503) 371-6792       National Alliance for the           Salem                 (503) 391-1511
Counseling                                                                    Mentally Ill (NAMI)
(Counseling for families, group, individuals.)                                (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
                                                                              lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The
Catholic Community                   Community           (503) 390-2600       information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,
Services                             Counseling                               Monday -Friday.)
                                     Center and
                                     Encuentro                                National Alliance for the           Salem                1-800-343-6264
(DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and                                    Mentally Ill (NAMI)
marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing       (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.)                              lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The
                                                                              information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,
                                                                              Monday -Friday.)
Easter Seals Oregon                  Children's          (503) 370-8990
                                     Therapy
                                     Center in                                Northwest Center For                Salem                 (503) 370-7775
                                     Salem                                    Change                              Counseling
(Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy
                                                                                                                  Center
(ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,          (Outpatient counseling for individual, couples, child, adolescent or family.
Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention            Specializing in anger mangement, grief or depression, physical or sexual
Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and               abuse, crisis intervention, anxiety/panic, post-traumatic stress,
services)                                                                     ADHD/ADD. Bill most insurances.)

Encuentro Family Service             Woodburn            (503) 981-4214       Northwest Human Services West Salem                       (503) 588-5816
Center                               Office                                                            Clinic - Mental
(Bi-lingual counseling for families, adults, children,                                                 Health
youth who speak the Hispanic language.)                                       (Provides mental health and counseling services to individuals, couples
                                                                              and families. Individual therapy, long-term illness management,
                                                                              medication management and case management, Group therapy includes
Family Transition Services Salem Office                  (503) 364-2016
                                                                              adult children of dysfunctional families, parenting and adults molested as
(Mental health counseling for youth, families)                                children. Fees are on a sliding scale based on family size and income,
                                                                              but no one is refused service because of inability to pay.)
LDS Family Services                  Birth Parent        (503) 620-1191
                                     Resource                                 Oregon Center for Clinical          Oregon                (503) 675-1911
(Provides free community birth parent resources for anyone, and clinical      Investigation, Inc. (OCCI)          Centers
counseling for LDS members.)                                                  (Clinical research and investigation Center for treatment of
                                                                              children/teens, and adults with mental health disorders including ADHD
                                                                              and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.)
Marion County Mental                 Children's          (503) 588-5352
Health Services                      Behavioral
                                     Health                                   Poyama Counseling                   Salem                 (503) 588-2004
(Community Mental Health Services include mental health assessment,
                                                                              Services
counseling, case management, and referral to appropriate community            (Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement
agencies.)                                                                    counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating
                                                                              disorders.)
Marion County Mental                 Children's          (503) 585-4949
Health Services                      Mental Health
                                     Crisis Center
(Services provided include crisis intervention, screening for potential
hospital admission, hospital diversion, respite placement as well as
referral to appropriate community agencies.)




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COUNSELING, DEBT/CREDIT                                                      Northwest Human Services Crisis and                        (503) 581-5535
                                                                                                      Information
                                                                                                      Hotline in
                                                                                                      Salem
Consumer Credit           Salem                          (503) 581-7301
                                                                             (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley
Counseling Service (CCCS)
                                                                             staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an
(Non-profit consumer credit counseling agency for persons in the             entry into the helping resources of the community.)
Mid-Willamette Valley and Metro areas who need help with money
management. This office does phone, housing delinquincy, and rental
counseling. Counseling can help avoid bankruptcy and develop a debt          Northwest Human Services Crisis and                       1-800-560-5535
management plan. Offers education classes. Call first for an                                          Information
appointment.This office provides counseling in-person, by telephone,                                  Hotline in
and internet.)                                                                                        Salem
                                                                             (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley
Consumer Credit           Salem                         1-888-254-8449       staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an
Counseling Service (CCCS)                                                    entry into the helping resources of the community.)
(Non-profit consumer credit counseling agency for persons in the
Mid-Willamette Valley and Metro areas who need help with money               Oregon Poison Center                Oregon Health         1-800-222-1222
management. This office does phone, housing delinquincy, and rental                                              Sciences
counseling. Counseling can help avoid bankruptcy and develop a debt                                              University
management plan. Offers education classes. Call first for an                 (This hotline can be called if you have a poisoning emergency. If the
appointment.This office provides counseling in-person, by telephone,         victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 911.)
and internet.)

CRISIS SERVICES                                                              Suicide Crisis and                  24-Hour               1-800-560-5535
                                                                             Information Hotline                 Hotline
24-HOUR HOTLINE NUMBERS                                                      (Suicide intervention,limited financial assistance, critical incident stress
                                                                             management.Information and referrals as applicable to needs.)
Canyon Crisis Center               Santiam               (503) 897-2327
                                   Family Center                             CRISIS SERVICE CENTER (BUSINESS #S)
(24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims.
Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and             Crisis Management                   Salem                  (503) 585-3484
empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house               Institute (CMI)
referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.)                        (Serves school community for on-site crisis response, trauma
                                                                             intervention/ debriefing, meets with teachers, parents and others,
Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (503) 399-7722      in-school support services for students, resources networking,
Service                                                                      asssessment of follow-up issues, including guidance on legal, mental
                                                                             health and security issues, identifying victims of trauma and meeting
(Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter     unique needs, crisis training and planning, trauma prevention,
provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and           preparedness and planning.)
children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.       SHELTER, EMERGENCY
Advocates for prevention and victims.)
                                                                             Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                            (503) 399-7722
Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (866) 399-7722      Service
Service
                                                                             (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter
(Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter     provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and           children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues      surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.
surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.       Advocates for prevention and victims.)
Advocates for prevention and victims.)
                                                                             Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                            (866) 399-7722
Mujeres Unidas (Women              Domestic              (503) 378-1572      Service
United)                            Violence
                                                                             (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter
                                   Support Group                             provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
                                   in Woodburn                               children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
(Support group for Spanish-speaking women who are in abusive                 surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.
relationships. Offers information and counseling including shelters and      Advocates for prevention and victims.)
programs offering domestic violence support. Also offers child care
during meetings. Groups meet in Salem and Woodburn.)




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DEATH & DYING                                                                  DePaul Industries (formerly Salem Center                 (503) 856-9563
GRIEF RECOVERY                                                                 St. Vincent depaul
                                                                               Enterprises)
                                                                               (Organization that provides training, temporary, and long-term
Compassionate Friends               Salem Chapter         (503) 743-3930
                                                                               employment specializing in placing people who have disabilities.
                                    Serves                                     Government and private placement jobs such as clerical and office, light
                                    Mid-Willamette                             industrial, flagging and other specialties.)
                                    Region
(Nonprofit, self-help support organization that offers friendship and          Easter Seals Oregon                 Post Polio           (503) 228-5108
understanding to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings who have                                              Program -
lost a child through death. General meetings are held on the first Monday
of each month at 7 p.m. at the Salvation Army Activity Center, 1230
                                                                                                                   Portland
Winter St. NE. Survivors and Friends Exchange for loved ones of people         (A warm water exercise class designed to play an important role in the
who have died from suicide or homicide meets on the third Monday of            management and rehabilitation for individuals with the late effects of
each month at 231 Commercial St. NE.                                           polio. Other programs and services for post-polio victims throughout
                                                                               Oregon.)
Mother Oak's Child Center Salem                           (503) 763-2324
for Grieving Children                                                          Easter Seals Oregon                 State                (503) 228-5108
(Program offers support to children who have experienced the death of a
                                                                                                                   Administrative
family member. Bereavement Support groups for all ages, including                                                  Office in
adults. Offer publication for teachers and caregivers on how chldren and                                           Portland
adolescents process change and loss.)                                          (Types of services provided include: adult and senior Services for
                                                                               supported living/in-home care; equipment loans, camping and recreation;
Poyama Counseling                   Salem                 (503) 588-2004       sponsor support groups, residential camping programs, medical
                                                                               rehabilitation and health services.)
Services
(Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement
counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating   Galt Foundation                     Regional             (503) 361-1277
disorders.)                                                                                                        Office in
                                                                                                                   Salem
HOSPICE SERVICES                                                               (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients
                                                                               are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light
Willamette Valley Hospice           Salem Office          (503) 588-3600       industrial serving a 7-county area.)
(Provides on-site professional care and 24-hour on-call nurse for
terminally ill persons of all ages. Provides support services to terminally    Galt Foundation                     Regional             1-877-361-1277
ill persons and their families. Memory garden for friends, family and                                              Office in
volunteers. Bereavement services to children and adults)                                                           Salem
                                                                               (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients
Willamette Valley Hospice           Salem Office         1-800-555-2431        are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light
(Provides on-site professional care and 24-hour on-call nurse for              industrial serving a 7-county area.)
terminally ill persons of all ages. Provides support services to terminally
ill persons and their families. Memory garden for friends, family and          Juntos Podemos Family               Together We          (503) 566-7727
volunteers. Bereavement services to children and adults)                       Center                              Can
                                                                               One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with
DISABILITY INFORMATION                                                         developmental disabilities.

                                                                               Lifespan Respite of                 Catholic             (503) 393-0657
Children, Adults and                Self-                 (503) 980-6677       Marion/Polk County                  Community
Families Division                   Sufficiency                                                                    Services
(CAF),(AFS)                         Office in                                  (Lifespan Respite).
                                    Woodburn
(State agency branch in DHS Service Area 3 offering family assistance,         National Alliance for the           Salem                (503) 391-1511
assistance to individuals who need employment or skills to gain better         Mentally Ill (NAMI)
employment, child support and access to assistance with basic needs or         (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
health care. Veterans and Vocational Rehabilition services.)                   lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The
                                                                               information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,
Community Connections               Salem Hospital        (503) 561-5986       Monday -Friday.)
Clinic                              Rehab Center
(Connecting special needs children and their                                   National Alliance for the           Salem                1-800-343-6264
families, professionals and schools with a multi-                              Mentally Ill (NAMI)
specialty staff to assess community resources to meet each child's             (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the
needs.)                                                                        lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The
                                                                               information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm,
                                                                               Monday -Friday.)




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DISABILITY INFORMATION                                                      Threshold/Autism Services Salem                          (503) 375-9462
                                                                            (Direct training services with individuals with autism, their family and
                                                                            professional providers. Information and training. Program is A.D.A.P.T.
                                                                            AUTISM EDUCATION™
Office of Vocational              Marion/ Polk         (503) 378-2483       TRAINING SERVICES and SUPPORTS which utilizes Adaptive
Rehabilitation Services           Office in                                 Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Theory.)
(OVRS)                            Salem
(Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;      Wheels Community                   Salem Office          (503) 585-5187
Skills Training; Job Placement;                                             Transportation Program
Preparation for Independent Living.)                                        (Wheels service is available to those individuals in need of transportation
                                                                            for medical appointments, employment, education purposes, and
Office of Vocational              Salem                (503) 399-2301       nutritional shopping. In addition, service is provided for persons receiving
Rehabilitation Services           Community                                 medical assistance in Portland. These services are provided on a "space
(OVRS)                            Outreach                                  available" basis. Operates 7:00am - 5:30pm Mon - Fri.)
                                  (SCO) - Office
                                  62                                        Willamette Education               Early                 (503) 385-4675
(Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;      Service District (Service          Intervention/
Skills Training; Job Placement;                                             Area 5)                            Early
Preparation for Independent Living. Assist persons who have disabilities                                       Childhood
get back into the work force.)                                                                                 Special
                                                                                                               Education
Office of Vocational              Santiam              (503) 316-3209                                          Program
Rehabilitation Services           Center in                                 (Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any
(OVRS)                            Sublimity                                 child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill
(Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;      counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to
Skills Training; Job Placement;                                             developmental delays.)
Preparation for Independent Living.)
                                                                            DISABILITY SRVCS, CHILD & YOUTH
Oregon Family Support             Salem               1-800-323-8521
Network
(Private non-profit resource for families statewide who have
children/adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health
                                                                            Adaptive Riding Institute          HORSES for            (503) 873-3890
disorders.)                                                                                                    Physically
                                                                                                               Challenged in
Oregon Health Sciences            Child               1-800-637-0700                                           Scotts Mills
University (OHSU)                 Development                               (Offers Equine assisted Therapy, recreational horseback activities and
                                                                            related services to people who have disabilities.)
                                  Rehabilitation
                                  Center (CDRC
                                  in Eugene)                                Camp Taloali                       Stayton Camp          (866) 327-8877
(Statewide agency that serves children with special health needs with an
                                                                                                               Office
emphasis on children with disorders affecting development. CDRC has         (Camp Taloali is a residential camp for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing
offices and clinical staff in Portland and Eugene.)                         children.)

Oregon Housing and                Rental               (503) 986-2000       Easter Seals Oregon                Children's            (503) 370-8990
Community Services                Assistance                                                                   Therapy
Department (OHCSD)                Program -                                                                    Center in
                                  State Office in                                                              Salem
                                  Salem                                     (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy
(The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low             (ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,
Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)            Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention
                                                                            Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and
                                                                            services)
Shangri-La Corporation            Employment           (503) 581-1732
                                  Resources                                 Juntos Podemos Family              Together We           (503) 566-7727
                                  Northwest                                 Center                             Can
                                  (ERN)
                                                                            One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with
(Employment Resources Northwest (ERN Program) is a subsidiary of            developmental disabilities.
The Shangri-La Corporation that provides employment training to
individuals receiving a TANF cash grant.)
                                                                            Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                  (503) 581-8156
                                                                            Information Center (OPTI) Salem
                                                                            (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special
                                                                            education and helps parents advocate at school for children with
                                                                            disabilities.)




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DISABILITY SRVCS, CHILD & YOUTH                                                House of Zion Ministries,          Woodburn             (503) 981-8042
                                                                               Inc
                                                                               (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site
                                                                               meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.)
Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                  1-888-505-2673
Information Center (OPTI) Salem
                                                                               St Joseph's Shelter                Mt Angel             (503) 845-6147
(Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special
education and helps parents advocate at school for children with
                                                                               Benedictine Sisters
disabilities.)                                                                 (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission
                                                                               Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help
DISABILITY, HEARING IMPAIRED                                                   by paying rent based on ability to pay.)

                                                                               EDUCATION
                                                                               ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS
American Society for Deaf          National              (866) 895-4206
Children                           Headquarters
                                                                               Chemeketa Community                Winema               (503) 399-5115
(The American Society for Deaf Children supports and educates families
of deaf and hard of hearing children and advocates for high quality
                                                                               College                            School in
programs and services.)was founded in 1967 as a parent-helping-parent                                             Salem
organization. Today, ASDC is a national, independent non-profit                (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area.
organization whose purpose is providing support, encouragement, and            Program targets students who need to complete their secondary
information to families raising children who are deaf or hard of hearing.      education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct
                                                                               manner possible.)
ASDC recognizes the crucial role families play in the success of children
who are                                                                        Oasis Alternative                  South Salem          (503) 399-3252
                                                                               Education Program                  High School
Camp Taloali                       Stayton Camp          (866) 327-8877        (On-site alternative education program that serves credit-deficient juniors
                                   Office                                      and seniors in a non-traditional setting. The program includes an
(Camp Taloali is a residential camp for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing               opportunity for community service experience. OASIS Pet Food Depot
children.)                                                                     distributes pet food and pet supplies throughout the Salem area to low
                                                                               income pet owners. Students participate in many different activities
                                                                               related to this project)
Catholic Community                 Community             (503) 390-2600
Services                           Counseling
                                   Center and                                  Roberts High School At             Salem-Keizer         (503) 399-3105
                                   Encuentro                                   Chemeketa                          Secondary
(DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and
                                                                                                                  Alternative
marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing                                           Programs
impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.)                               (Teen parent/pregnant teen or students by referral who can benefit from
                                                                               a smaller learning environment, public high school education program
DISABILITY, VISION IMPAIRED                                                    serving students in Salem-Keizer School District.)

                                                                               Salem-Keizer Public                Downtown             (503) 399-3421
                                                                               Schools                            Learning
Blindskills, Inc                   Oregon Office         1-800-860-4224                                           Center in
                                   in Salem                                                                       Salem
(Nonprofit organization that publishes DIALOGUE, a magazine written            (Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on
specifically for persons who are blind or are experiencing sight loss.)        high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program
                                                                               for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours
Oregon State Library               Talking Book &        1-800-452-0292        and GED testing or check website.)
                                   Braille
                                   Services                                    EARLY INTRV (EARLY CHLD SPECIAL ED)
Lending library for persons with visual impairment or physical disability.
                                                                               Willamette Education               Early                (503) 385-4675
DONATIONS                                                                      Service District (Service          Intervention/
                                                                               Area 5)                            Early
                                                                                                                  Childhood
                                                                                                                  Special
American Red Cross                 Willamette            (503) 585-5414                                           Education
                                   Chapter in                                                                     Program
                                   Salem                                       (Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any
(Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental   child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill
health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.)                         counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to
                                                                               developmental delays.)




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EDUCATION                                                                   Center for Dispute                 Salem Office         (503) 370-6046
EDUCATION, ADULT (ABE/GED/HSC/ESL)                                          Resolution
                                                                            (Nationally recognized as one of the nation's finest training grounds in
                                                                            dispute resolution, the Center teaches law students a full range of
Chemeketa Community               Salem                 (503) 399-5224      dispute resolution skills, provide conferences to the general public and
College                           ABE/GED/HS                                lawyers and professional dispute resolvers, and serves as a neutral party
                                  C/ESL                                     in a variety of projects with government entities, selected agencies and
                                  Programs                                  other organizations.)
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Classes
are offered at the main campus in Salem and also at the Dallas,             Child Development Center           Chemeketa            (503) 399-5107
McMinnville, Santiam, and Woodburn campuses.)                                                                  Community
                                                                                                               College
Chemeketa Community               Santiam               (503) 769-7738      (The Child Development Center offers full or part-time care for
College                           Campus                                    approximately 40 children between the ages of two-and-a-half to six
                                  ABE/GED/HS                                years old. This center serves as a laboratory for college students in the
                                  C/ESL                                     Early Childhood Education Degree Program at Chemeketa.)
                                  Programs
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules      Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde          (503) 879-2280
vary depending on the term.)                                                Start                              Education
                                                                                                               Center
Chemeketa Community               Winema                (503) 399-5115      (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
College                           School in                                 Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
                                  Salem                                     tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
                                                                            Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
(Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area.
                                                                            gymnasium and auditorium.)
Program targets students who need to complete their secondary
education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct
manner possible.)                                                           Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde          1-800-422-0232
                                                                            Start                              Education
Chemeketa Community               Woodburn              (503) 981-8220                                         Center
College                           Campus                                    (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
                                  ABE/GED/HS                                Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
                                  C/ESL                                     tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
                                                                            Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
                                  Programs
                                                                            gymnasium and auditorium.)
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules
vary depending on the term.)
                                                                            Keizer Elementary School           Keizer               (503) 399-3161
                                                                            (Community Learning Center)
Grand Ronde Tribal Head           Grand Ronde           (503) 879-2280
Start                             Education
                                  Center                                    EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES
(Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and         Chemeketa Community                Salem                (503) 399-5224
tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.               College                            ABE/GED/HS
Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size                                       C/ESL
gymnasium and auditorium.)                                                                                     Programs
                                                                            (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Classes
Grand Ronde Tribal Head           Grand Ronde          1-800-422-0232       are offered at the main campus in Salem and also at the Dallas,
Start                             Education                                 McMinnville, Santiam, and Woodburn campuses.)
                                  Center
(Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.         Chemeketa Community                Santiam              (503) 769-7738
Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and         College                            Campus
tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.                                                  ABE/GED/HS
Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size                                       C/ESL
gymnasium and auditorium.)
                                                                                                               Programs
                                                                            (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules
Salem-Keizer Public               Downtown              (503) 399-3421      vary depending on the term.)
Schools                           Learning
                                  Center in                                 Chemeketa Community                Winema               (503) 399-5115
                                  Salem                                     College                            School in
(Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on                                            Salem
high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program
                                                                            (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area.
for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours
                                                                            Program targets students who need to complete their secondary
and GED testing or check website.)
                                                                            education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct
EDUCATION, COMMUNITY                                                        manner possible.)




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EDUCATION                                                                     Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde          (503) 879-2280
EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES                                                 Start                              Education
                                                                                                                 Center
                                                                              (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
Chemeketa Community               Woodburn             (503) 981-8220
                                                                              Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
College                           Campus                                      tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
                                  ABE/GED/HS                                  Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
                                  C/ESL                                       gymnasium and auditorium.)
                                  Programs
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules        Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde          1-800-422-0232
vary depending on the term.)                                                  Start                              Education
                                                                                                                 Center
EDUCATION, SPECIAL
                                                                              (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
                                                                              Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
Education, Oregon Dept of - State Special              (503) 378-3598         tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
Division of Special Student Education                                         Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
Services                    Agency                                            gymnasium and auditorium.)
(Responsible for special education policy and program oversight to
ensure compliance with state and federal special education policy.)           Head Start of Marion and           Salem                (503) 581-1152
                                                                              Polk Counties
Threshold/Autism Services Salem                        (503) 375-9462         (Head Start is a comprehensive preshcool program serving low-income
(Direct training services with individuals with autism, their family and      children ages 3-5, their families and children 3-5 with didabilities, and
professional providers. Information and training. Program is A.D.A.P.T.       their families. Head Start provides early childhood education, nutrition,
AUTISM EDUCATION™                                                             health, mental health, disability, and family services. Family involvement
TRAINING SERVICES and SUPPORTS which utilizes Adaptive                        is included in all aspects of the program.)
Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Theory.)
                                                                              Marion County Migrant              Woodburn             (503) 981-3001
Willamette Education              Youth                (503) 588-5330         Head Start
Service District (ESD)            Corrections                                 Migrant Head Start (MHS) and Oregon Prekindergarten (OPK) serving
(Service Area 5)                  Education                                   Marion County.)
                                  Program
(Public education services for students in Robert S. Farrell School           Oregon Child Development Seasonal                       (503) 981-3001
(Hillcrest Youth Correctional Facility) and Lord High School (MacLaren        Coalition (OCDC) of Marion Oregon
Youth Correctional Facility.)                                                 County                     Prekindergarte
                                                                                                         n and Migrant
Willamette Education              Early                (503) 385-4675                                    Head Start
Service District (Service         Intervention/                               (Migrant Head Start (MHS) and Oregon Prekindergarten (OPK)
Area 5)                           Early                                       programs serving Marion county.)
                                  Childhood
                                  Special                                     Siletz Tribal Head Start           Siletz               (541) 444-8376
                                  Education                                   (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Lane, Lincoln, Marion and
                                  Program                                     Multnomah counties.)
(Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any
child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill
                                                                              LEARNING CENTERS
counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to
developmental delays.)                                                        Cipriano Ferrel Education          Woodburn             (503) 982-0243
                                                                              Center
HEAD START/ EARLY CHILDHOOD                                                   (Education service center primarily for children who live in adjacent
                                                                              Nuevo Amanecer farmworker housing complex. Head Start classrooms
Cipriano Ferrel Education         Woodburn             (503) 982-0243         for English as a second language classes on site serve 20 - 50 children,
Center                                                                        low-cost child care after school for safe and positive development while
                                                                              parents are working. Computer center for literacy training and other
(Education service center primarily for children who live in adjacent
                                                                              classrooms.)
Nuevo Amanecer farmworker housing complex. Head Start classrooms
for English as a second language classes on site serve 20 - 50 children,
low-cost child care after school for safe and positive development while
                                                                              LITERACY (SEE ALSO EDU, ADULT)
parents are working. Computer center for literacy training and other
classrooms.)                                                                  Chemeketa Community                Salem                (503) 399-5224
                                                                              College                            ABE/GED/HS
                                                                                                                 C/ESL
                                                                                                                 Programs
                                                                              (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Classes
                                                                              are offered at the main campus in Salem and also at the Dallas,
                                                                              McMinnville, Santiam, and Woodburn campuses.)




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EDUCATION                                                                     North Santiam School               Administration        (503) 769-6924
LITERACY (SEE ALSO EDU, ADULT)                                                District 29J                       in Stayton
                                                                              (Public school district serving Stayton, Sublimity, Lyons and Mehema
                                                                              area. Kindergarten - 12th grade)
Chemeketa Community                Santiam              (503) 769-7738
College                            Campus
                                                                              Silver Falls School District Administration              (503) 873-5303
                                   ABE/GED/HS
                                                                              4J                           in Silverton
                                   C/ESL
                                                                              (Public school district serving Silverton Kindergarten - 12th grade)
                                   Programs
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules
vary depending on the term.)                                                  St Paul School District 45         Administration        (503) 633-2541
                                                                              (Public school district serving St Paul Kindergarten - 12th grade)
Chemeketa Community                Winema               (503) 399-5115
College                            School in                                  Woodburn School District           Administration        (503) 981-9555
                                   Salem                                      103
(Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area.        (Public school district serving Woodburn Kindergarten - 12th grade)
Program targets students who need to complete their secondary
education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct         SCHOOLS, PUBLIC
manner possible.)
                                                                              Chemeketa Community                Winema                (503) 399-5115
Chemeketa Community                Woodburn             (503) 981-8220        College                            School in
College                            Campus                                                                        Salem
                                   ABE/GED/HS                                 (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area.
                                   C/ESL                                      Program targets students who need to complete their secondary
                                   Programs                                   education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct
(Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules        manner possible.)
vary depending on the term.)
                                                                              Home Base Family                   Salem-Keizer          (503) 391-4060
Oregon Children's                  North Valley         (503) 385-4699        Resource Center                    SD Homeless
Foundation                         Start Making a                                                                Program
                                   Reader Today                               (A school district program that serves the educational needs of homeless
                                   (SMART)                                    children by addressing barriers that affect enrollment, attendance, and
                                   Program in                                 school success of homeless students. The program supports family
                                   Salem                                      needs by connecting homeless families to community agencies.)
(Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each
week during the school year.)                                                 Roberts High School At             Salem-Keizer          (503) 399-3105
                                                                              Chemeketa                          Secondary
Oregon Children's                  North Valley        1-800-355-3999                                            Alternative
Foundation                         Start Making a                                                                Programs
                                   Reader Today                               (Teen parent/pregnant teen or students by referral who can benefit from
                                   (SMART)                                    a smaller learning environment, public high school education program
                                   Program in                                 serving students in Salem-Keizer School District.)
                                   Salem
(Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each      Salem-Keizer Public                Downtown              (503) 399-3421
week during the school year.)                                                 Schools                            Learning
                                                                                                                 Center in
Salem-Keizer Public                Downtown             (503) 399-3421                                           Salem
Schools                            Learning                                   (Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on
                                   Center in                                  high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program
                                                                              for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours
                                   Salem                                      and GED testing or check website.)
(Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on
high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program
for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours     Willamette Education               Youth                 (503) 588-5330
and GED testing or check website.)                                            Service District (ESD)             Corrections
                                                                              (Service Area 5)                   Education
SCHOOL DISTRICTS                                                                                                 Program
                                                                              (Public education services for students in Robert S. Farrell School
Mt Angel School District 91 Administration              (503) 845-2345        (Hillcrest Youth Correctional Facility) and Lord High School (MacLaren
(Public school district serving Mt Angel Kindergarten - 12th grade)           Youth Correctional Facility.)


North Marion School                Administration       (503) 678-7100
District 15                        in Aurora
(Public school district serving Aurora Kindergarten - 12th grade)



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EMERGENCY SERVICES                                                              JOB PROGRAMS (WIA, T2W, S2, WVR)

                                                                                DePaul Industries (formerly Salem Center                (503) 856-9563
                                                                                St. Vincent depaul
American Red Cross                  Willamette            (503) 585-5414        Enterprises)
                                    Chapter in                                  (Organization that provides training, temporary, and long-term
                                    Salem                                       employment specializing in placing people who have disabilities.
(Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental    Government and private placement jobs such as clerical and office, light
health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.)                          industrial, flagging and other specialties.)

Marion County Sheriff's             Drug Activity         (503) 588-5112        Job Corps                         Admissions            (503) 589-4066
Office                              Complaints                                                                    and Placement
(County law enforcement agency.)                                                                                  Office in
                                                                                                                  Salem
Marion County Sheriff's             Report A              (503) 588-5032        (Hands-on youth job education and residential job training program;
Office                              Crime                                       development and completion programs to get a willing young person on
(County law enforcement agency.)                                                a career path. This office does admissions and placement for a
                                                                                six-county mid-valley area.)
Marion County Sheriff's             Salem                 (503) 588-5044
Office                              Courthouse                                  North Neighborhood                Highland              (503) 856-7011
                                                                                Resource Center                   Neighborhood
(County law enforcement agency.)
                                                                                                                  in Salem
                                                                                (One-stop social service integration community service delivery center:
Police Department                   Keizer                (503) 390-3713
                                                                                Food stamp eligibility, welfare-to-work program, family-to-family foster
(Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,              program and mental health counseling.)
preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,
state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)
                                                                                Office of Vocational              Marion/ Polk          (503) 378-2483
                                                                                Rehabilitation Services           Office in
Police Department                   Salem                 (503) 588-6080
                                                                                (OVRS)                            Salem
(Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,
preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,         (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)   Skills Training; Job Placement;
                                                                                Preparation for Independent Living.)
Police Department                   Woodburn              (503) 982-2345
                                                                                Office of Vocational              Salem                 (503) 399-2301
(Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,
preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,         Rehabilitation Services           Community
state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)   (OVRS)                            Outreach
                                                                                                                  (SCO) - Office
Salem Fire Department               Emergency             (503) 588-6245                                          62
Ambulance Services                  Medical                                     (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
                                    Services                                    Skills Training; Job Placement;
                                                                                Preparation for Independent Living. Assist persons who have disabilities
(Emergency or non-emergency medical transport for basic life support or         get back into the work force.)
advanced life support).
                                                                                Office of Vocational              Santiam               (503) 316-3209
Woodburn Ambulance                  Emergency             (503) 982-2340
                                                                                Rehabilitation Services           Center in
Services, Inc                       Medical
                                                                                (OVRS)                            Sublimity
                                    Services
                                                                                (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
(Emergency and non-emergency medical transport services for North               Skills Training; Job Placement;
Marion County and Interstate 5 emergency medical response.)                     Preparation for Independent Living.)
EMPLOYMENT (SEE ALSO DISABILITY)                                                Office of Vocational              Woodburn              (503) 982-9991
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS                                                    Rehabilitation Services           (SCO
                                                                                (OVRS)                            Outstation)
Cascade Employee                    Salem Center          (503) 588-0777        (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
Assistance Program                                                              Skills Training; Job Placement;
(Confidential program provided by employers for their employees and             Preparation for Independent Living.)
their dependents.)
                                                                                Oregon Employment                 Salem Central         (503) 947-1394
JOB LINES                                                                       Department                        Employment
                                                                                                                  Office
Administrative Services,    State Jobline                 (503) 378-8344        (Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
Dept Of - (State of Oregon)                                                     experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
Recruitment
(Information on employment with Oregon State Government.)


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EMPLOYMENT (SEE ALSO DISABILITY)                                             Adecco Employment                   Salem                (503) 588-8367
JOB PROGRAMS (WIA, T2W, S2, WVR)                                             Services
                                                                             (Employment agency which places people in both temporary and
                                                                             permanent positions.)
Oregon Employment                 Woodburn              (503) 982-2817
Department
                                                                             DePaul Industries (formerly Salem Center                 (503) 856-9563
(Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
                                                                             St. Vincent depaul
                                                                             Enterprises)
                                                                             (Organization that provides training, temporary, and long-term
Oregon Employment                 Silverton Kiosk       (503) 947-1394
                                                                             employment specializing in placing people who have disabilities.
Department Kiosk                                                             Government and private placement jobs such as clerical and office, light
(Service delivery aarea #3. These sites are where you can use the            industrial, flagging and other specialties.)
Employment Department touch screen to look for jobs and find helpful
information about Careers, Unemployment, Community Services and our
Office Locations. This kiosk is located at the Silver Falls Librayr, 410 S
                                                                             Direct Labor                        Woodburn             (503) 982-5511
Water St, Silverton, OR 97381.)                                                                                  Office
                                                                             (Job placement service for unskilled and semi-skilled labor.)
Oregon Employment                 Sublimity             (503) 947-1394
Department Kiosk                  Kiosk                                      Express Personnel                   Salem Office         (503) 399-1200
(Service delivery area #3. These sites are where you can use the             Services
Employment Department touch screen to look for jobs and find helpful         ( Temporary and permanent job placement service.)
information about Careers, Unemployment, Community Services and our
Office Locations. This kiosk is located at the Santiam Center, 11656         Flex Force Personnel                Salem Office         (503) 375-3330
Sublimity Rd., Sublimity.)                                                   Services
                                                                             (Temporary and long-term job placement.)
Oregon Human                      Regional              (503) 982-5100
Development Corporation           Service Office                             Galt Foundation                     Regional             (503) 361-1277
                                  in Woodburn                                                                    Office in
(Employment and training for low-income migrant and seasonal farm                                                Salem
workers. Services include housing, case                                      (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients
management and finances. The North Marion Resource Cener provides            are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light
one-stop services to qualified farm workers.)                                industrial serving a 7-county area.)

Salem Job and Career              Downtown              (503) 378-4846       Galt Foundation                     Regional             1-877-361-1277
Center                            Salem Branch                                                                   Office in
(Mid-Willamette Workforce Network provides employability planning and                                            Salem
training; counseling; assessment services; community resource
                                                                             (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients
coordination; and career counseling.)
                                                                             are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light
                                                                             industrial serving a 7-county area.)
Shangri-La Corporation            Employment            (503) 581-1732
                                  Resources                                  Kelly Services                      Salem Office         (503) 364-3591
                                  Northwest                                  ( Job placement agency which places people in both temporary and full
                                  (ERN)                                      time positons.)
(Employment Resources Northwest (ERN Program) is a subsidiary of
The Shangri-La Corporation that provides employment training to              Labor Ready                         Salem Office         (503) 363-9577
individuals receiving a TANF cash grant.)                                    (Temporary job placement specializing in unskilled labor.)

Winema Job & Career               Chemeketa             (503) 399-2300
Center                            Campus                                     Manpower                            Salem Office         (503) 585-6147
                                                                             (Job placement services for both temporary and permanent
Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
                                                                             employment.)
experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.
                                                                             Office of Vocational                Woodburn             (503) 982-9991
Woodburn Job & Career             Woodburn              (503) 982-2817       Rehabilitation Services             (SCO
Center                            Office                                     (OVRS)                              Outstation)
(Community resource center provides the tools, training and experienced      (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
staff to assist in achieving employment. Job search tools, Jobs Plus,        Skills Training; Job Placement;
disability information, Veterans and Vocational Rehabilitation; on-line      Preparation for Independent Living.)
claim support, Information System, I and R to support services and other
one-stop resources.)
                                                                             Oregon Employment                   Salem Central        (503) 947-1394
JOB SEARCH AND PLACEMENT                                                     Department                          Employment
                                                                                                                 Office
                                                                             (Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
                                                                             experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)




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EMPLOYMENT (SEE ALSO DISABILITY)                                             Salem Job and Career              Downtown             (503) 378-4846
JOB SEARCH AND PLACEMENT                                                     Center                            Salem Branch
                                                                             (Mid-Willamette Workforce Network provides employability planning and
                                                                             training; counseling; assessment services; community resource
Oregon Employment                 Woodburn              (503) 982-2817       coordination; and career counseling.)
Department
(Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and         TEMPORARY STAFF & EMPLOYEE LEASING
experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
                                                                             DePaul Industries (formerly Salem Center               (503) 856-9563
Oregon Employment                 Worksource            (503) 378-4846       St. Vincent depaul
Department                        Oregon -                                   Enterprises)
                                  Salem Center                               (Organization that provides training, temporary, and long-term
(Employment; Job search; Career nformation.)                                 employment specializing in placing people who have disabilities.
                                                                             Government and private placement jobs such as clerical and office, light
Oregon Employment                 Worksource            (503) 982-2817       industrial, flagging and other specialties.)
Department                        Oregon -
                                  Woodburn                                   Express Personnel                 Salem Office         (503) 399-1200
                                  Center                                     Services
(Employment; Job search; Career information.)                                ( Temporary and permanent job placement service.)

Oregon Employment                 Silverton Kiosk       (503) 947-1394       Flex Force Personnel              Salem Office         (503) 375-3330
Department Kiosk                                                             Services
(Service delivery aarea #3. These sites are where you can use the            (Temporary and long-term job placement.)
Employment Department touch screen to look for jobs and find helpful
information about Careers, Unemployment, Community Services and our          Kelly Services                    Salem Office         (503) 364-3591
Office Locations. This kiosk is located at the Silver Falls Librayr, 410 S   ( Job placement agency which places people in both temporary and full
Water St, Silverton, OR 97381.)                                              time positons.)

Oregon Employment                 Sublimity             (503) 947-1394       Labor Ready                       Salem Office         (503) 363-9577
Department Kiosk                  Kiosk                                      (Temporary job placement specializing in unskilled labor.)
(Service delivery area #3. These sites are where you can use the
Employment Department touch screen to look for jobs and find helpful
                                                                             Manpower                          Salem Office         (503) 585-6147
information about Careers, Unemployment, Community Services and our
Office Locations. This kiosk is located at the Santiam Center, 11656         (Job placement services for both temporary and permanent
Sublimity Rd., Sublimity.)                                                   employment.)

                                                                             Selectemp Employment              Salem Office         (503) 581-1748
Salem Job and Career              Downtown              (503) 378-4846       Services
Center                            Salem Branch                               (Employment agency which fills both temporary and permanent
(Mid-Willamette Workforce Network provides employability planning and        positions.)
training; counseling; assessment services; community resource
coordination; and career counseling.)
                                                                             Stratic Staffin (formerly         Salem Office         (503) 371-8000
                                                                             Employers Overload)               (in Wilsonville)
Selectemp Employment              Salem Office          (503) 581-1748
                                                                             (Temporary and permanent job placement agency.)
Services
(Employment agency which fills both temporary and permanent
                                                                             Westaff                           Salem Office         (503) 364-3235
positions.)
                                                                             (Temporary and permanent job placement.)
Stratic Staffin (formerly         Salem Office          (503) 371-8000
Employers Overload)               (in Wilsonville)                           WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
(Temporary and permanent job placement agency.)
                                                                             Salem Job and Career              Downtown             (503) 378-4846
Westaff                           Salem Office          (503) 364-3235       Center                            Salem Branch
(Temporary and permanent job placement.)                                     (Mid-Willamette Workforce Network provides employability planning and
                                                                             training; counseling; assessment services; community resource
                                                                             coordination; and career counseling.)
Woodburn Job & Career             Woodburn              (503) 982-2817
Center                            Office
(Community resource center provides the tools, training and experienced
staff to assist in achieving employment. Job search tools, Jobs Plus,
disability information, Veterans and Vocational Rehabilitation; on-line
claim support, Information System, I and R to support services and other
one-stop resources.)

SHELTERED WORKSHOP/Q REHAB FAC


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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES                                                    Woodburn Children's                Multi-lingual        (503) 981-1309
CHILD CARE RESOURCES                                                            Center                             Child Care
                                                                                (Subsidized day care for low-income
                                                                                and migrant farm worker families. The center
Chemeketa Community                  Chemeketa             (503) 399-5107       is a full-service provider of child care, provides breakfast, lunch and
Child Care Center                    Community                                  snack and employs a multi-lingual staff.Also serves the community at
                                     College                                    large)
(Provides childcare for children ages six weeks to six years with an
emphasis on children of Chemeketa students and faculty, although all            Young Women's Christian            Children's           (503) 581-9922
are welcome.)                                                                   Association (YWCA) of              Center
                                                                                Salem
Child Care Information               Salem                 (503) 585-2491       (Serves children six weeks to six years old and focuses on delivering
Service                              Multi-Cultural                             child care that supports and strengthens families.)
                                     Service
(Spanish and part-time Russian-speaking assistance for child care               CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
referrals for low or no fee; also provides information for emergency child
care service.)                                                                  Department of Justice              Oregon State         (503) 986-6166
                                                                                Division of Child Support          Administration
Child Development Center             Chemeketa             (503) 399-5107       (DCS)
                                     Community                                  (24-hour interactive automated phone system that describes the child
                                     College                                    support program responsibilities and provides specific case information
(The Child Development Center offers full or part-time care for                 regarding child support payments.)
approximately 40 children between the ages of two-and-a-half to six
years old. This center serves as a laboratory for college students in the       Division of Child Support          East Salem           (503) 378-3636
Early Childhood Education Degree Program at Chemeketa.)                         (DCS)                              Branch
                                                                                (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
Mid-Willamette Valley   Child Care                         (503) 585-2491       enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
Community Action Agency Information                                             receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
of Marion and Polk      Service (CCIS)                                          non-assistance cases.)
Counties
(Parent consultations and child care referrals. Information on how to           Division of Child Support          North Salem          (503) 378-4489
select quality child care. Technical assistance and training for child care     (DCS)                              Division
providers. Enhanced services for employers. 8:00am -5:00pm phone                (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
hours. Serve Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties.)                                enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
                                                                                receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
Mid-Willamette Valley                Silverton             (503) 873-8330       non-assistance cases.)
Community Action Agency              Family
of Marion and Polk                   Resource                                   Division of Child Support          West Salem           (503) 378-4489
Counties                             Center                                     (DCS)                              Enforcement
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and                                           Branch
individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,             (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)                                             enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
                                                                                receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
Mid-Willamette Valley                Stayton               (503) 769-3173       non-assistance cases.)
Community Action Agency              Community
of Marion and Polk                   Action                                     Marion County District             Support              (503) 378-5567
Counties                             Resource                                   Attorney                           Enforcement
                                     Center                                     (Child support enforcement services are provided through the county
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and        District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may
individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,             be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)
Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.)
                                                                                Marion County District             Support              1-800-850-0228
Oregon Employment                    State of              1-800-556-6616       Attorney                           Enforcement
Department                           Oregon Child                               (Child support enforcement services are provided through the county
                                     Care Division                              District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may
(The Child Care Division (CCD) is within the Employment Department.             be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)
Its major responsibilities include child care licensing, managing the
federal Child Care Development Block Grant, and supporting the                  DIVORCE CLASSES
statewide child care resource and referral program. Child Care Division
staff is located in a central office in Salem and in field offices in various   Young Women's Christian            Rollercoasters       (503) 581-9922
parts of the state).                                                            Association (YWCA) of
                                                                                Salem
Providence Benedictine               Mt. Angel             (503) 845-2662       An eight-week class, one-hour session per week workshop for children of
Child Development Center             Location                                   divorce.
(Child care and early childhood education.)


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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES                                                 Mid-Willamette Valley   Community                        (503) 585-6232
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS                                                      Community Action Agency Resource
                                                                             of Marion and Polk      Program
                                                                             Counties
Catholic Community                 Administrative        (503) 390-2600
                                                                             (MWVCAA is a not-for-profit organization that addresses the many
Services                           Services
                                                                             complex issues facing low-income individuals and families. The agency's
(Northgate Resource Center. Private, non-profit, health and human            Community Resource Program provides a variety of services that focus
services organization that serves the Mid-Willamette Valley and Oregon's     on promoting housing stability and self-sufficiency among homeless and
Central Coast communities. Programs includes center services for             low-income persons in Marion and Polk Counties. These services
mental health and alcohol and drug treatment, shelter evaluation,            include Community Resource Centers located in Dallas, Stayton, and
treatment foster care, Tokarski Community Home and the independent           Woodburn; tenant-based rental assistance programs; self-sufficiency (
living program.)
                                                                             Mid-Willamette Valley              Silverton             (503) 873-8330
Grant Community School             Family                (503) 399-3151      Community Action Agency            Family
                                   Resource                                  of Marion and Polk                 Resource
                                   Center                                    Counties                           Center
                                   Network in
                                                                             (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
                                   Salem                                     individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)
information, coordination and referral services to those within a
designated service area.)
                                                                             Mid-Willamette Valley              Stayton               (503) 769-3173
                                                                             Community Action Agency            Community
Highland Community                 Family                (503) 399-3155      of Marion and Polk                 Action
School                             Resource                                  Counties                           Resource
                                   Center                                                                       Center
                                   Network in
                                                                             (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
                                   Salem                                     individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.)
information, coordination and referral services to those within a
designated service area.)
                                                                             Mill City Middle School            Mill City             (503) 897-3617
Home Base Family                   Salem-Keizer          (503) 391-4060
Resource Center                    SD Homeless
                                   Program                                   North Neighborhood                 Highland              (503) 856-7011
(A school district program that serves the educational needs of homeless     Resource Center                    Neighborhood
children by addressing barriers that affect enrollment, attendance, and                                         in Salem
school success of homeless students. The program supports family             (One-stop social service integration community service delivery center:
needs by connecting homeless families to community agencies.)                Food stamp eligibility, welfare-to-work program, family-to-family foster
                                                                             program and mental health counseling.)
Jefferson Together!                Community                      (541)
                                   Progress               327-3337x235       Richmond Community                 Family                (503) 399-3180
                                   Team                                      School                             Resource
(Jefferson Together! Community-based family and parenting resource                                              Center
center offering information, coordination and referral services to those                                        Network
within a designated service area.)                                           (Community-based family and parenting resource center offering
                                                                             information, coordination and referral services to those within a
Juntos Podemos Family              Together We           (503) 566-7727      designated service area.)
Center                             Can
One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with
developmental disabilities.                                                  Silverton Family Resource Family                         (503) 873-8330
                                                                             Center                    Resource
McKay Area Progress Team Salem                           (503) 363-3998                                Center
(Community-based family resource network offering information,                                         Network
coordination and referral services to those within a designated service      (Community-based center provides assistance/ referral for
area. After-school programs, family activity and parenting classes.)         housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization,
                                                                             tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.)

                                                                             Silverton Together, Inc.           Community             (503) 873-0405
                                                                                                                Connector
                                                                                                                Program
                                                                             (Community-based non-profit for the benifit of all residents of the Silver
                                                                             Falls District area. providing Community resource referrals, a mentor
                                                                             program, after-school programs with the YMCA, and parent education
                                                                             classes (call for schedule); publish event/resource calendar; host and
                                                                             sponsor alcohol, tobacco and a drug free community.)


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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES                                                 Children's Health Insurance Office of                  1-800-359-9517
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS                                                      Program - CHIP              Medical
                                                                                                         Assistance
                                                                                                         Programs in
Southeast Neighborhood             Capital Park         (503) 362-6626
                                                                                                         Salem
Community Center                   Wesleyan
                                                                             (Federal program also known as "Covering Kids." OMAP is responsible
                                   Church in
                                                                             for administering the Children's Health Insurance Program in Oregon.
                                   Salem                                     Application is through state Department of Human Services branch
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               offices or by calling OHP Application Center at 1-800-359-9517.)
information, coordination and referral services to those within a
designated service area.)
                                                                             Commission on Children            Marion County        (503) 588-7975
                                                                             and Families                      - in Salem
Stayton Community Action Stayton                        (503) 769-3173
                                                                             (Community progress teams represent communities by high school
Resource Center          Location                                            boundary areas. Government and communities, including non-profit
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               organizations, work together to ensure families and have a stable
information, coordination and referral services to those within a            support system.)
designated service area.)
                                                                             Department of Human               Woodburn             (503) 981-3071
Waldo Middle School                Afterschool          (503) 399-3215       Services (Child Welfare)          Branch
                                   Program                                   (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
information, coordination and referral services to those within a            program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
designated service area.)                                                    determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                             services.)
Young Women's Christian            YWCA Family          (503) 581-9922
Association (YWCA) of              Support                                   Department of Human               Woodburn             1-800-358-2571
Salem                              Program                                   Services (Child Welfare)          Branch
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering               (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
information, coordination and referral services to those within a            family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
designated service area. Weekly Support groups for parents in English        program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
and Spanish.)                                                                determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                             services.)
FAMILY SUPPORT
                                                                             ESCAPE                            Salem                (503) 315-8444
Canyonview Camp                    Silverton            (503) 873-8296                                         Parenting
(Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East                                               Center
Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and          (Non-profit center for prevention of early child abuse. Funded by the
indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding   Exchange Clubs and Catholic Services. Supports parents in learning
etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility    how to care for and enjoy their family. Trained parent aides establish
and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf            friendships with the parents and provide free services in the home of the
recreational facility is now complete.)                                      family.)

Canyonview Camp                    Silverton           1-888-516-5655        Juntos Podemos Family             Together We          (503) 566-7727
(Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East             Center                            Can
Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and
                                                                             One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with
indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding
                                                                             developmental disabilities.
etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility
and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf
recreational facility is now complete.)                                      Juvenile Firesetters              Woodburn Fire        (503) 982-2360
                                                                             Program                           District
Catholic Community                 Exchange             (503) 390-2600       (Special education program for children ages 0-17 years who have been
Services                           Club Child                                involved in the unsupervised or unsanctioned use of fire. Contact
                                   Abuse                                     program manager for information and appointments.)
                                   Prevention
                                   Center                                    Keizer Elementary School          Keizer               (503) 399-3161
(Child abuse prevention program offers parent training program with          (Community Learning Center)
community support system.)




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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES                                                    Young Men's Christian              Silverton             (503) 873-0205
FAMILY SUPPORT                                                                  Association of the
                                                                                Mid-Willamette (YMCA)
                                                                                (Youth programs, middle-school sports, recreation and aquatics
Marion County Health                Early                 (503) 373-3781
                                                                                program. Manage city rental facilities. Outreach to underprivileged grade
Department                          Childhood                                   school children.)
                                    Team (formely
                                    Maternal and                                Young Women's Christian            Salem                 (503) 588-8898
                                    Child Home                                  Association (YWCA) of              Outreach
                                    Nursing                                     Salem                              Shelter (SOS)
                                    Services)
                                                                                (Provides a full continuum of care to homeless families with special
(The Early Childhood Team is a multidisciplinary team that provides a           activities and services for children with emphasis on transitioning family
broad array of integrated services for pregnant women, children, and            into permanent housing. Single parent or both (unmarried OK) children
their families that facilitate optimum physical, social, and emotional          under 18. Each family has own room with shared bath. Staffed 24/7.)
health..)
                                                                                HEALTHY START PROGRAM
Northwest Human Services West Salem                       (503) 588-5816
                         Clinic - Mental                                        Commission on Children             Marion County         (503) 588-7975
                         Health                                                 and Families                       - in Salem
(Provides mental health and counseling services to individuals, couples         (Community progress teams represent communities by high school
and families. Individual therapy, long-term illness management,                 boundary areas. Government and communities, including non-profit
medication management and case management, Group therapy includes               organizations, work together to ensure families and have a stable
adult children of dysfunctional families, parenting and adults molested as      support system.)
children. Fees are on a sliding scale based on family size and income,
but no one is refused service because of inability to pay.)
                                                                                Easter Seals Oregon                Children's            (503) 370-8990
                                                                                                                   Therapy
Parrish Middle School               Salem                 (503) 399-3210                                           Center in
(Community Learning Center)                                                                                        Salem
                                                                                (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy
R.E.N.T.                            Mid-Willamette        (503) 585-6232        (ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,
                                    Valley                                      Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention
                                                                                Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and
                                    Community                                   services)
                                    Action Agency
Education program designed to assist individuals or families who cannot
                                                                                Healthy Start                      Marion County         (503) 856-7002
access or retain housing because of poor rental history or bad credit.
                                                                                (In-home services to improve parenting skills, the family support system,
                                                                                decreasing likelihood of child maltreatment, and school readiness for
Salem Interfaith Hospitality West Salem                   (503) 370-9752        at-risk infants and children.)
Network (SIHN)               SIHN Day
                             Center                                             MISSING/RUNAWAY INFORMATION
(Local network of 32 faith communities make up this network that
cooperates to provide shelter and meals for homeless families as they           Child Find of America, Inc. National                    1-800-426-5678
look for permanent housing. Skilled staff help families redirect their lives.                               Organization
The home on Edgewater Street, SIHN Day Center, provides a shelter
                                                                                (National charity whose mission is to locate missing children and prevent
program for up to 4 homeless families and a up to a total of 14 people.
                                                                                child abduction. Help for a parent that has taken a child and left home.
Interested families may call for an intake interview.)
                                                                                Will help with legal questions, parenting mediation and address runaway
                                                                                issues.)
Woodburn Together                   Community             (503) 981-0621
                                    Progress                                    Child-Identification Kits          OSP Missing           (503) 378-3720
                                    Team in                                                                        Children
                                    Woodburn                                                                       Clearinghouse
(This group helps fund activities in the Woodburn area to help the              (Kits sponsored by Oregon businesses consist of a place for a
physical and mental well-being of children and families. Mini-grants are        photograph, a hair strand sample for DNA, fingerprints and space for
available for people starting programs to benefit children and families in      medical, dental and other personal information as well as a physical
Woodburn.)                                                                      description. Program in conjunction with Missing Children
                                                                                Clearinghouse.)
Young Men's Christian               Marion and            (503) 581-9622
Association of the                  Polk Counties                               Child-Identification Kits          OSP Missing          1-800-282-7155
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)               in Salem                                                                       Children
(Recreation, physical activity programs for all ages. Before and after                                             Clearinghouse
school activities; day and overnight camps, development programs and            (Kits sponsored by Oregon businesses consist of a place for a
enrichment classes. Member's nursery for kids from 6 weeks - 6 years at         photograph, a hair strand sample for DNA, fingerprints and space for
no cost to members who are participating in a Y in-building activity            medical, dental and other personal information as well as a physical
between 8:30am - Noon on Mon, Wed and Fri and between 5:30 -                    description. Program in conjunction with Missing Children
8:00pm on Tue and Thurs.)                                                       Clearinghouse.)



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FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES                                                Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                1-888-505-2673
MISSING/RUNAWAY INFORMATION                                                 Information Center (OPTI) Salem
                                                                            (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special
                                                                            education and helps parents advocate at school for children with
Missing Children's                Oregon State         1-800-282-7155       disabilities.)
Clearinghouse                     Police in
                                  Salem                                     RELIEF NURSERIES
(The Missing Children Clearinghouse was designed to receive and pass
on information to local law enforcement agencies, school districts, state   Family Building Blocks            Salem Relief         (503) 566-2132
and federal agencies and the public.)                                                                         Nursery
PARENTING CLASSES                                                           (Relief nursery, including therapeutic classes for young children with
                                                                            nutritious "USDA approved" meals; regular home visit; parent education
                                                                            and training; advocacy, referral and family support services; limited
Catholic Community                Exchange              (503) 390-2600      transportation assistance, etc.)
Services                          Club Child
                                  Abuse                                     TEEN PARENT PROGRAM
                                  Prevention
                                  Center                                    Healthy Start                     Marion County        (503) 856-7002
(Child abuse prevention program offers parent training program with         (In-home services to improve parenting skills, the family support system,
community support system.)                                                  decreasing likelihood of child maltreatment, and school readiness for
                                                                            at-risk infants and children.)
ESCAPE                            Salem                 (503) 315-8444
                                  Parenting                                 Roberts High School At            Salem-Keizer         (503) 399-3105
                                  Center                                    Chemeketa                         Secondary
(Non-profit center for prevention of early child abuse. Funded by the                                         Alternative
Exchange Clubs and Catholic Services. Supports parents in learning                                            Programs
how to care for and enjoy their family. Trained parent aides establish      (Teen parent/pregnant teen or students by referral who can benefit from
friendships with the parents and provide free services in the home of the   a smaller learning environment, public high school education program
family.)                                                                    serving students in Salem-Keizer School District.)

Family Building Blocks            Salem Relief          (503) 566-2132      St Brigid's Home for Unwed Father Taaffe               (503) 585-7213
                                  Nursery                                   Mothers                    Foundation in
(Relief nursery, including therapeutic classes for young children with                                 Salem
nutritious "USDA approved" meals; regular home visit; parent education      (A home for pregnant teens. St. Brigid's works in conjunction with St.
and training; advocacy, referral and family support services; limited       Teresa and St. Monica homes. Services address immediate and
transportation assistance, etc.)                                            long-term needs of young women and offers public school mostly
                                                                            through Barbara Roberts High School Program.)
Mid-Valley Behavioral             Salem                 (503) 370-8990
Healthcare Network                                                          FINANCIAL, PUBLIC ASSIST/WELFARE
(Making Parenting a Pleasure curriculum IS designed for new parents.
Classes are delivered in community settings in partnership with other
agencies serving families, including Head Start, community colleges,
elementary schools, a respite nursery and a church. Referrals come from     Children, Adults and              Santiam              (503) 769-7439
a wide variety of local partners.)                                          Families Division                 Center in
                                                                            (CAF),(AFS)                       Sublimity
Mill City Middle School           Mill City             (503) 897-3617      (State agency branch offering family assistance, assistance to individuals
                                                                            who need employment or skills to gain better employment, child support
                                                                            and access to assistance with basic needs or health care.)

Northwest Human Services Home Offering                  (503) 588-5825      Children, Adults and              Santiam              1-800-982-8246
                         Shelter to                                         Families Division                 Center in
                         Teens (HOST)                                       (CAF),(AFS)                       Sublimity
                         Youth &                                            (State agency branch offering family assistance, assistance to individuals
                         Family                                             who need employment or skills to gain better employment, child support
                         Program                                            and access to assistance with basic needs or health care.)
(24-Hour shelter serving youth who are homeless, runaways, or in crisis.
Free counseling, mediation, food, clothing, bus tickets for travel to       Children, Adults and              Self-                (503) 980-6677
school, case management and information and referral is also provided.      Families Division                 Sufficiency
Parent education and conflict resolution.)
                                                                            (CAF),(AFS)                       Office in
                                                                                                              Woodburn
Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area                 (503) 581-8156
                                                                            (State agency branch in DHS Service Area 3 offering family assistance,
Information Center (OPTI) Salem                                             assistance to individuals who need employment or skills to gain better
(Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special           employment, child support and access to assistance with basic needs or
education and helps parents advocate at school for children with            health care. Veterans and Vocational Rehabilition services.)
disabilities.)



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FOSTER CARE (SEE ADOPTION)                                                      Police Department                   Woodburn              (503) 982-2345
                                                                                (Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,
                                                                                preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,
                                                                                state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)
Camp To Belong                      Oregon Foster         (503) 361-3906
                                    Parent                                      Salem Fire Department               Emergency             (503) 588-6245
                                    Association                                 Ambulance Services                  Medical
The mission of Camp To Belong NW is to reunite siblings placed in                                                   Services
separate foster, adoptive or relative placements for events that
                                                                                (Emergency or non-emergency medical transport for basic life support or
encourage emotional empowerment, social maturation, positive outlook,
                                                                                advanced life support).
fun and sibling connection.

FUNDS/FUNDING ORGANIZATIONS                                                     Salem Neighborhood                  Community             (503) 588-6261
                                                                                Associations                        Services
                                                                                                                    Department
                                                                                (Community resources organization that addresses neighborhood
Brady Fund                          OSBA Office in        (503) 588-2800        issues. Contact this resource to locate neighborhood association
                                    Salem                                       contacts or to seek help with a neighborhood project or to address a
(Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are               neighborhood problem such as traffic, safety, park use etc.)
distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for
clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and      Salem Police Department             Domestic              (503) 588-6499
vision. Referrals from local school districts.)                                                                     Violence                       x7116
                                                                                                                    Response
GAMBLING INFO OR TREATMENT                                                                                          Team - Salem
                                                                                (On-scene response 24-hours a day with police to the scene of certain
                                                                                crimes. Outreach services provided to victims who access advocate
                                                                                services by phone or on a walk-in basis.)
Network Behavioral                  Salem                 (503) 399-5597
HealthCare                          Addiction
                                                                                Teen Activity Network               City of Salem -       (503) 588-6261
                                    Treatment
                                                                                (TAN)                               Department of
(Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project.
Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction Services. Alcohol
                                                                                                                    Community
and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.)                                                       Services
                                                                                (Collaboration of Salem-Keizer youth service agencies who meet
GANG INTERVENTION/PREVENTION                                                    monthly to address issues facing local teens. Activities may be found on
                                                                                the web at www.cityofsalem.net.)

                                                                                COMMUNITY SUPPORT, COUNTY-SPONSORED
Crisis Management                   Salem                 (503) 585-3484
Institute (CMI)                                                                 Commission on Children              Marion County         (503) 588-7975
(Serves school community for on-site crisis response, trauma                    and Families                        - in Salem
intervention/ debriefing, meets with teachers, parents and others,              (Community progress teams represent communities by high school
in-school support services for students, resources networking,                  boundary areas. Government and communities, including non-profit
asssessment of follow-up issues, including guidance on legal, mental            organizations, work together to ensure families and have a stable
health and security issues, identifying victims of trauma and meeting           support system.)
unique needs, crisis training and planning, trauma prevention,
preparedness and planning.)                                                     Marion County Animal                Salem Office          (503) 588-5036
                                                                                Control
GOVERNMENT, LOCAL/ COMMUNITY                                                    (Dog shelter to house stray and lost dogs.Problems with domestic and
COMMUNITY SUPPORT, CITY-SPONSORED                                               wild animals.)


Juvenile Firesetters                Woodburn Fire         (503) 982-2360        Marion County Sheriff's             Drug Activity         (503) 588-5112
Program                             District                                    Office                              Complaints
(Special education program for children ages 0-17 years who have been           (County law enforcement agency.)
involved in the unsupervised or unsanctioned use of fire. Contact
program manager for information and appointments.)                              Marion County Sheriff's             Report A              (503) 588-5032
                                                                                Office                              Crime
Police Department                   Keizer                (503) 390-3713        (County law enforcement agency.)
(Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,
preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,         Marion County Sheriff's             Salem                 (503) 588-5044
state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)   Office                              Courthouse
                                                                                (County law enforcement agency.)
Police Department                   Salem                 (503) 588-6080
(Law enforcement agency charged with protecting life and property,
preventing crime and maintaining order. Public safety. Enforcing local,
state and federal laws and protecting rights and privileges of all citizens.)


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GOVERNMENT, LOCAL/ COMMUNITY                                                 Oregon Occupational                Labor Camp            (503) 378-3274
COMMUNITY SUPPORT, COUNTY-SPONSORED                                          Safety & Health                    Health &
                                                                             Administration (OSHA)              Safety
                                                                                                                Compliance -
Woodburn Together                  Community             (503) 981-0621
                                                                                                                Salem Field
                                   Progress
                                                                                                                Office
                                   Team in
                                                                             (Field Office that promotes and regulates workplace safety and health
                                   Woodburn
                                                                             standards, consultations, training, enforcement.)
(This group helps fund activities in the Woodburn area to help the
physical and mental well-being of children and families. Mini-grants are
available for people starting programs to benefit children and families in   Workers Compensation                Salem                (503) 947-7810
Woodburn.)                                                                   Division
                                                                             (A division within the State Department of Consumer and Business
GOVERNMENT, STATE                                                            Services, regulates the state's workers' compensaton system that pays
                                                                             employees medical and disability benefits for work-related injuries and
CHILD WELFARE OFFICE                                                         illnesses, helps them return to work, and helps protect employers from
                                                                             liability lawsuits.)
Department of Human                Marion Child          (503) 378-6800
Services (Child Welfare)           Welfare Office                            Workers Compensation               State Office in      1-877-311-8061
                                   in Salem                                  Division                           Salem
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,      (An independent agency within the State Department of Consumer
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living          Services that provides timely and impartial resolution of disputes arising
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage             under the Workers' Compensation Law and the Oregon Safe
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment          Employment Act.)
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent    CONSUMER PROTECTION
danger, call 911.)
                                                                             Consumer Protection                Attorney              (503) 378-4320
Department of Human                Marion Child         1-800-854-3508       Office                             General -
Services (Child Welfare)           Welfare Office                                                               Oregon
                                   in Salem                                                                     Department of
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,                                         Justice
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living          (Statewide English and Spanish 24-hour automated consumer
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage             information line. Live response to consumer complaints from 8:30am -
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment          4:30 pm Mon - Fri)
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent    EDUCATION, OREGON DEPT OF (ODE)
danger, call 911.)
                                                                             Oregon Child Nutrition             Department of         (503) 947-5892
Department of Human                State Office in       (503) 945-5651      Program                            Education in
Services (Child Welfare)           Salem                                                                        Salem
(State Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,      (Part of the USDA child care food program and reimburse family child
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living          care providers for meals and snacks served to children enrolled for
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage             daycare in 10 counties in Oregon.)
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
services.)                                                                   EMPLOYMENT, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF
Department of Human                Woodburn              (503) 981-3071      Oregon Employment                  Salem Central         (503) 947-1394
Services (Child Welfare)           Branch                                    Department                         Employment
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,                                         Office
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living          (Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage             experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
services.)
                                                                             Oregon Employment                  Woodburn              (503) 982-2817
                                                                             Department
Department of Human                Woodburn             1-800-358-2571
                                                                             (Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and
Services (Child Welfare)           Branch
                                                                             experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage             Oregon Employment                  Worksource            (503) 378-4846
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment          Department                         Oregon -
services.)                                                                                                      Salem Center
                                                                             (Employment; Job search; Career nformation.)
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GOVERNMENT, STATE                                                            Oregon Housing and                Energy and           (503) 986-2000
EMPLOYMENT, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF                                             Community Services                Weatherization
                                                                             Department (OHCSD)                Programs
                                                                                                               State Office in
Oregon Employment                  Worksource           (503) 982-2817
                                                                                                               Salem
Department                         Oregon -
                                                                             (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization
                                   Woodburn
                                                                             programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are
                                   Center                                    accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)
(Employment; Job search; Career information.)
                                                                             Oregon Housing and                Energy and          1-888-986-3746
Winema Job & Career                Chemeketa            (503) 399-2300       Community Services                Weatherization
Center                             Campus                                    Department (OHCSD)                Programs
Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and                                            State Office in
experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.                                                           Salem
                                                                             (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization
Woodburn Job & Career              Woodburn             (503) 982-2817       programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are
Center                             Office                                    accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)
(Community resource center provides the tools, training and experienced
staff to assist in achieving employment. Job search tools, Jobs Plus,        Oregon Housing and                Housing              (503) 986-2015
disability information, Veterans and Vocational Rehabilitation; on-line      Community Services                Finance State
claim support, Information System, I and R to support services and other
one-stop resources.)
                                                                             Department (OHCSD)                Office in
                                                                                                               Salem
FAMILY SERVICES (SELF-SUFFICIENCY)                                           (State program, often referred to as the Oregon State Bond Loan
                                                                             program, aims to increase the purchasing power of low and
                                                                             moderate-income home buyers.)
Americorps Group                   RAPP State           (503) 945-6906
                                   Program in                                JUSTICE, OREGON DEPT OF
                                   Salem
(DHS-administered program for Reducing Adolescent Pregnancy                  Department of Justice             Oregon State         (503) 986-6166
Partnership. RAPP program volunteers serve in 15 Oregon counties.
These full-time volunteers work to apply strategies locally to reduce teen
                                                                             Division of Child Support         Administration
pregnancy.)                                                                  (DCS)
                                                                             (24-hour interactive automated phone system that describes the child
                                                                             support program responsibilities and provides specific case information
Children, Adults and               Santiam              (503) 769-7439
                                                                             regarding child support payments.)
Families Division                  Center in
(CAF),(AFS)                        Sublimity
                                                                             Division of Child Support         East Salem           (503) 378-3636
(State agency branch offering family assistance, assistance to individuals
who need employment or skills to gain better employment, child support
                                                                             (DCS)                             Branch
and access to assistance with basic needs or health care.)                   (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
                                                                             enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
                                                                             receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
Children, Adults and               Santiam             1-800-982-8246        non-assistance cases.)
Families Division                  Center in
(CAF),(AFS)                        Sublimity                                 Division of Child Support         North Salem          (503) 378-4489
(State agency branch offering family assistance, assistance to individuals   (DCS)                             Division
who need employment or skills to gain better employment, child support
and access to assistance with basic needs or health care.)                   (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
                                                                             enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
                                                                             receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
Children, Adults and               Self-                (503) 980-6677       non-assistance cases.)
Families Division                  Sufficiency
(CAF),(AFS)                        Office in                                 Division of Child Support         West Salem           (503) 378-4489
                                   Woodburn                                  (DCS)                             Enforcement
(State agency branch in DHS Service Area 3 offering family assistance,                                         Branch
assistance to individuals who need employment or skills to gain better
                                                                             (DCS is dedicated to establishing paternity and child support orders, and
employment, child support and access to assistance with basic needs or
                                                                             enforcing child support obligations in cases involving families who are
health care. Veterans and Vocational Rehabilition services.)
                                                                             receiving or have received public assistance, and in certain
                                                                             non-assistance cases.)
Office of Vocational               Woodburn             (503) 982-9991
Rehabilitation Services            (SCO                                      Marion County District            Support              (503) 378-5567
(OVRS)                             Outstation)                               Attorney                          Enforcement
(Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;       (Child support enforcement services are provided through the county
Skills Training; Job Placement;                                              District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may
Preparation for Independent Living.)                                         be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)
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GOVERNMENT, STATE                                                            Veterans Affairs, Oregon          Claims and           (503) 373-2085
JUSTICE, OREGON DEPT OF                                                      Department of                     Counseling
                                                                                                               Section
                                                                             (State agency that advocates, counsels and assists Veterans in filing
Marion County District            Support              1-800-850-0228
                                                                             claims. Provides free help for veterans, their dependents and survivors to
Attorney                          Enforcement                                file claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits.)
(Child support enforcement services are provided through the county
District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may
be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)
                                                                             Veterans Affairs, Oregon          Claims and           1-800-692-9666
                                                                             Department of                     Counseling
                                                                                                               Section
Marion County District            Victims               (503) 588-5253
                                                                             (State agency that advocates, counsels and assists Veterans in filing
Attorney                          Assistance in
                                                                             claims. Provides free help for veterans, their dependents and survivors to
                                  Salem                                      file claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits.)
(Victim Assistance provides 24-hour on-call response for victims of
sexual assuault and for the surviving family members of homicide victims     VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES
in Marion County. In addition, Victim Advocates provide support and
advocacy throughout the prosecution of the case, focusing on cases
                                                                             Office of Vocational              Marion/ Polk         (503) 378-2483
involving homicide, child abuse, sexual assault, elder abuse, stalking and
dometic violence. Victim services are available for other types of crimes    Rehabilitation Services           Office in
as well. We assist all victims in applying for Crime Victims'                (OVRS)                            Salem
Compensation                                                                 (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
                                                                             Skills Training; Job Placement;
Oregon Department of              Crime Victims'        (503) 378-5348       Preparation for Independent Living.)
Justice                           Compensation
                                  Program                                    Office of Vocational              Salem                (503) 399-2301
                                  (CVCP)                                     Rehabilitation Services           Community
(State program set up to compensate victims of crimes who have been          (OVRS)                            Outreach
harmed, injured or killed.)                                                                                    (SCO) - Office
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MEDICAL ASST PRGMS, OFFC (OMAP)                                              (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
                                                                             Skills Training; Job Placement;
Medical Assistance                Oregon Health        1-800-359-9517        Preparation for Independent Living. Assist persons who have disabilities
Programs, Division of             Plan (OHP)                                 get back into the work force.)
(DMAP) - Medicaid                 Application
                                  Center                                     Office of Vocational              Santiam              (503) 316-3209
(Applicants may apply through local DHS offices or by calling the            Rehabilitation Services           Center in
application center toll-free 1-800-359-9517. DMAP is the state agency        (OVRS)                            Sublimity
responsible for administration of the Oregon Medicaid program, including     (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
the Children's Health Insurance Program--CHIP.)                              Skills Training; Job Placement;
                                                                             Preparation for Independent Living.)
Medical Assistance                Oregon Health        1-800-393-9855
Programs, Division of             Plan (OHP)                                 Office of Vocational              Woodburn             (503) 982-9991
(DMAP) - Medicaid                 Benefits RN                                Rehabilitation Services           (SCO
                                  Hotline                                    (OVRS)                            Outstation)
(Information line for medical providers who have questions about what        (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration;
diagnosis/treatment services and benefits are covered under Medicaid's       Skills Training; Job Placement;
Oregon Health Plan.)                                                         Preparation for Independent Living.)

OFFICE OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL (OSFM)                                          HOMELESS
Juvenile Firesetters              Woodburn Fire         (503) 982-2360
Program                           District
                                                                             ARCHES Project                    Salem Drop-in        (503) 399-9080
(Special education program for children ages 0-17 years who have been
involved in the unsupervised or unsanctioned use of fire. Contact                                              Center
program manager for information and appointments.)                           (Homeless and referrals for social services in Marion and Polk Counties.
                                                                             Help consumers comply with sanctions to get them out of the criminal
POLICE, OREGON STATE (OSP)                                                   justice system. Identify or provide support services such as housing,
                                                                             mental health, HIV and substance abuse screening and referral, primary
                                                                             health care education and referral, employment, legal aid, Veterans'
Missing Children's                Oregon State         1-800-282-7155
                                                                             services and transportation options.)
Clearinghouse                     Police in
                                  Salem
                                                                             Aumsville Community Food Aumsville                     (503) 749-2128
(The Missing Children Clearinghouse was designed to receive and pass
on information to local law enforcement agencies, school districts, state
                                                                             Bank
and federal agencies and the public.)                                        (Food boxes)

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HOMELESS                                                                      Salem Emergency Food                John Knox             (503) 393-0404
                                                                              Bank                                Community
                                                                                                                  Food Bank
                                                                              (Food 9:30am - 11:30am, Thursday)
Grande Ronde Community Grande Ronde                     (503) 879-5731
Rescue Center          Food Bank
                                                                              Salem Emergency Food                Trinity United        (503) 585-8851
(Food bank distributes food boxes at the Grande Ronde Community
Rescue Center at 8715 Grand Ronde Rd to the Grande Ronde                      Bank                                Methodist
community.)                                                                                                       Church

Home Base Family                   Salem-Keizer         (503) 391-4060        Salem Emergency Food                West Salem            (503) 363-3035
Resource Center                    SD Homeless                                Bank                                United
                                   Program                                                                        Methodist
(A school district program that serves the educational needs of homeless                                          Church
children by addressing barriers that affect enrollment, attendance, and       (Food 1:00pm - 3:45pm, Monday and Wednesday)
school success of homeless students. The program supports family
needs by connecting homeless families to community agencies.)                 Salem Interfaith Hospitality West Salem                   (503) 370-9752
                                                                              Network (SIHN)               SIHN Day
HOME Youth and Resource Salem Day                       (503) 391-6428                                     Center
Center                  Shelter                                               (Local network of 32 faith communities make up this network that
(Provides day shelter where at-risk youth find meals, clothing, laundry       cooperates to provide shelter and meals for homeless families as they
facilities, showers and assistance. Services for school, family, jobs, drug   look for permanent housing. Skilled staff help families redirect their lives.
and alcohol intervention, and testing for HIV.)                               The home on Edgewater Street, SIHN Day Center, provides a shelter
                                                                              program for up to 4 homeless families and a up to a total of 14 people.
House of Zion Ministries,          Woodburn             (503) 981-8042        Interested families may call for an intake interview.)
Inc
(Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site           Salem-Keizer Public                 Homeless              (503) 399-3353
meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.)                   Schools                             Program
                                                                              (Assists homeless children in overcoming
Mid-Willamette Valley              Woodburn             (503) 982-8212        barriers to school attendence)
Community Action Agency            Family
of Marion and Polk                 Resource                                   Salvation Army, The -               Salem                 (503) 585-6688
Counties                           Center                                     Social Services
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and      (Provides temporary shelter to families, single women and single men,
individuals. They offer referral services for the homeless. Childcare         job referral and assistance with permanent housing placement. (Provides
resource questions are referred to the Salem office. Operates five            food boxes, rent assistance, utility assistance--to Salem Electric
Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and                 customers, as well as guidance and counseling to low-income individuals
Independence.)                                                                and families. Meals served every day at 4:30pm at 1901 Front Street,
                                                                              NE.)
Mill City-Gates Food Bank          Mill City            (503) 897-4904
(Community Assistance Center providing emergency food assistance              Silverton Area Community Silverton                        (503) 873-3446
and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana,            Aid, Inc
Gates , Detroit and Mill City communities.)                                   (Provides emergency food, rent and utilities help, one time prescription
                                                                              assistance, to residents in the Silverton/Scotts Mills area.)
Northwest Human Services Home Offering                  (503) 588-5825
                         Shelter to                                           St Francis Shelter                  Salem                 (503) 588-0428
                         Teens (HOST)                                         (Shelter, housing and case management for homeless families and
                         Youth &                                              pregnant women. Eligible families have up to 30 days of rent-free
                         Family                                               occupancy in a furnished apartment.)
                         Program
(24-Hour shelter serving youth who are homeless, runaways, or in crisis.      St Joseph's Shelter                 Mt Angel              (503) 845-6147
Free counseling, mediation, food, clothing, bus tickets for travel to         Benedictine Sisters
school, case management and information and referral is also provided.        (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission
Parent education and conflict resolution.)                                    Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help
                                                                              by paying rent based on ability to pay.)
Northwest Human Services Homeless                       (503) 588-5827
                         Outreach and                                         St Vincent dePaul                   Emergency             (503) 364-5672
                         Advocacy                                                                                 Housing -
                         Project                                                                                  Salem
                         (HOAP)                                                                                   Location
(HOAP provides services to people who are mentally ill and homeless.          (Provides emergency housing and services.)
Services include: outreach, housing, meals, medical care, mental health
care, advocacy and case management. Safe Haven Shelter offers a
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HOMELESS                                                                       Young Women's Christian            Salem                 (503) 588-8898
                                                                               Association (YWCA) of              Outreach
                                                                               Salem                              Shelter (SOS)
                                                                               (Provides a full continuum of care to homeless families with special
St Vincent dePaul Society           Salem Social          (503) 364-5672
                                                                               activities and services for children with emphasis on transitioning family
                                    Services Office                            into permanent housing. Single parent or both (unmarried OK) children
(Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.Call the food     under 18. Each family has own room with shared bath. Staffed 24/7.)
bank for hours of operation - 503-364-5672. Call the thrift store for hours
of operation - 503-364-3210.)                                                  HOSPITAL FACILITIES
Stayton Community Food              Stayton               (503) 769-4088       AMBULATORY SURGICAL CENTERS
Bank                                Location
(Food boxes, baby formula.)                                                    Silverton Hospital                 Day Surgery           (503) 873-1500
                                                                               (Day surgery suites staffed by specially trained nurses and other health
Turner Christian Church             Food                  (503) 743-2119       professionals, and recovery areas designed with patient and family
                                                                               comfort in mind.)
                                    Distribution
                                    Site                                       HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER
(Walk-in community resource for food boxes. Food boxes available
Monday mornings only from 9:00 - 11:30am.)
                                                                               Salem Hospital                     Regional              (503) 561-5200
                                                                                                                  Health
Union Gospel Mission                New Life              (503) 362-3983                                          Services
(UGM)                               Recovery
                                                                               (Main hospital and medical center serves the Mid-Willamette Valley. For
                                    Program                                    emergency-only treatment, call the emergency room number. Outpatient
(New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help           visits at the emergency room will be evaluated for level of treatment
stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to          required.)
live productively in the community, and in their family and work
environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer         HOSPITALS
assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)
                                                                               Salem Hospital                     Regional              (503) 561-5200
Union Gospel Mission                Salem                 (503) 362-3983                                          Health
(UGM)                               Downtown                                                                      Services
                                    Mission                                    (Main hospital and medical center serves the Mid-Willamette Valley. For
(Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab,                emergency-only treatment, call the emergency room number. Outpatient
furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children,         visits at the emergency room will be evaluated for level of treatment
learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area.         required.)

UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers life stabilization and
                                                                               Santiam Memorial Hospital Stayton                        (503) 769-2175
recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.)
                                                                               (40-bed community hospital with MRI, Cat Scan, and surgical facilities.)
Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487
(UGM)                                                                          Silverton Hospital                 Silverton             (503) 873-1500
(Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without             (Hospital with inpatient, outpatient and emergency care. Family Birth
children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three   Center with 18 patient suites.)
meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.)                     HOUSING
                                                                               HOUSING AUTHORITY
Westgate Assembly of God Salem                            (503) 364-0002
Shared Blessing                                                                Marion County Housing              Salem                 (503) 373-4448
(Food boxes are designed to last three days and can be received every          Authority
30 days.)
                                                                               (Marion County Housing Authority serves Marion County residents
                                                                               outside of the urban growth boundary of Salem and Keizer. They
Young Women's Christian             Resource              (503) 581-9922       administer the Section 8 Program, and own several properties that rent
Association (YWCA) of               Assistance                                 to low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities. They are
Salem                               Program                                    currently accepting applications for all of their programs. Visit them
(Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy,                    online for more information about ervices and to download an
interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is       application.)
offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and
Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.)                         HOUSING, EMERGENCY

                                                                               House of Zion Ministries,          Woodburn              (503) 981-8042
                                                                               Inc
                                                                               (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site
                                                                               meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.)




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HOUSING                                                                        Cipriano Ferrel Education         Woodburn             (503) 982-0243
HOUSING, EMERGENCY                                                             Center
                                                                               (Education service center primarily for children who live in adjacent
                                                                               Nuevo Amanecer farmworker housing complex. Head Start classrooms
Housing Authority                   City of Salem         (503) 588-6368       for English as a second language classes on site serve 20 - 50 children,
(Rent, shelter services, emergency and long term                               low-cost child care after school for safe and positive development while
housing assistance for low-income families)                                    parents are working. Computer center for literacy training and other
                                                                               classrooms.)
Mid-Willamette Valley               Woodburn              (503) 982-8212
Community Action Agency             Family
                                                                               Farmworker Housing                Woodburn             (503) 981-1618
of Marion and Polk                  Resource
                                                                               Development Corporation
Counties                            Center
                                                                               (FHDC)
(Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
individuals. They offer referral services for the homeless. Childcare          (Nonprofit housing corporation that develops and manages housing
resource questions are referred to the Salem office. Operates five             options for Oregon farmworkers.)
Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and
Independence.)                                                                 Oregon Housing and                Rental               (503) 986-2000
                                                                               Community Services                Assistance
Northwest Human Services Homeless                         (503) 588-5827       Department (OHCSD)                Program -
                         Outreach and                                                                            State Office in
                         Advocacy                                                                                Salem
                         Project                                               (The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low
                         (HOAP)                                                Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)
(HOAP provides services to people who are mentally ill and homeless.
Services include: outreach, housing, meals, medical care, mental health        Oregon Human                      Regional             (503) 982-5100
care, advocacy and case management. Safe Haven Shelter offers a                Development Corporation           Service Office
home for persons with mental illness.)                                                                           in Woodburn
                                                                               (Employment and training for low-income migrant and seasonal farm
Oregon Housing and                  Rental                (503) 986-2000       workers. Services include housing, case
Community Services                  Assistance                                 management and finances. The North Marion Resource Cener provides
Department (OHCSD)                  Program -                                  one-stop services to qualified farm workers.)
                                    State Office in
                                    Salem                                      Oregon Occupational               Labor Camp           (503) 378-3274
(The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low                Safety & Health                   Health &
Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)               Administration (OSHA)             Safety
                                                                                                                 Compliance -
Salvation Army, The -               Salem                 (503) 585-6688                                         Salem Field
Social Services                                                                                                  Office
(Provides temporary shelter to families, single women and single men,          (Field Office that promotes and regulates workplace safety and health
job referral and assistance with permanent housing placement. (Provides        standards, consultations, training, enforcement.)
food boxes, rent assistance, utility assistance--to Salem Electric
customers, as well as guidance and counseling to low-income individuals        HOUSING, HOMEOWNERSHIP/LOAN PROG
and families. Meals served every day at 4:30pm at 1901 Front Street,
NE.)                                                                           City of Salem                     Single Family        (503) 588-6178
                                                                                                                 Housing
St Joseph's Shelter                 Mt Angel              (503) 845-6147                                         Rehabilitation
Benedictine Sisters                                                                                              Loan Program
(Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission         (Housing rehabilitation loan program)
Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help
by paying rent based on ability to pay.)                                       Mid-Willamette Valley   Community                      (503) 585-6232
                                                                               Community Action Agency Resource
St Vincent dePaul                   Emergency             (503) 364-5672       of Marion and Polk      Program
                                    Housing -                                  Counties
                                    Salem                                      (MWVCAA is a not-for-profit organization that addresses the many
                                    Location                                   complex issues facing low-income individuals and families. The agency's
(Provides emergency housing and services.)                                     Community Resource Program provides a variety of services that focus
                                                                               on promoting housing stability and self-sufficiency among homeless and
Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487       low-income persons in Marion and Polk Counties. These services
(UGM)                                                                          include Community Resource Centers located in Dallas, Stayton, and
                                                                               Woodburn; tenant-based rental assistance programs; self-sufficiency (
(Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without
children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three
meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.)

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HOUSING                                                                     St Teresa's Home for                Father Taaffe         (503) 393-2843
HOUSING, HOMEOWNERSHIP/LOAN PROG                                            Young Mothers                       Foundation in
                                                                                                                Salem
                                                                            (Provides home for teen moms and mothers-to-be. Provides guidance,
Oregon Bankers                    Home                 (503) 581-3522
                                                                            community living skills, addresses short-term and long-term needs.)
Association (OBA)                 Purchase
                                  Assistance                                HOUSING, TRANSITIONAL
                                  Program
(Homeownership assistance program for low-income Oregonians.)               Salem Interfaith Hospitality West Salem                   (503) 370-9752
                                                                            Network (SIHN)               SIHN Day
Oregon Housing and                Energy and           (503) 986-2000                                    Center
Community Services                Weatherization                            (Local network of 32 faith communities make up this network that
Department (OHCSD)                Programs                                  cooperates to provide shelter and meals for homeless families as they
                                  State Office in                           look for permanent housing. Skilled staff help families redirect their lives.
                                  Salem                                     The home on Edgewater Street, SIHN Day Center, provides a shelter
(State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization            program for up to 4 homeless families and a up to a total of 14 people.
programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are                 Interested families may call for an intake interview.)
accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)
                                                                            St Francis Shelter                  Salem                 (503) 588-0428
Oregon Housing and                Energy and           1-888-986-3746       (Shelter, housing and case management for homeless families and
Community Services                Weatherization                            pregnant women. Eligible families have up to 30 days of rent-free
Department (OHCSD)                Programs                                  occupancy in a furnished apartment.)
                                  State Office in
                                  Salem                                     Young Women's Christian             Salem                 (503) 588-8898
(State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization            Association (YWCA) of               Outreach
programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are                 Salem                               Shelter (SOS)
accessed through a local Community Action Agency.)                          (Provides a full continuum of care to homeless families with special
                                                                            activities and services for children with emphasis on transitioning family
Oregon Housing and                Housing              (503) 986-2015       into permanent housing. Single parent or both (unmarried OK) children
                                                                            under 18. Each family has own room with shared bath. Staffed 24/7.)
Community Services                Finance State
Department (OHCSD)                Office in                                 INFORMATION & REFERRAL SERVICES
                                  Salem
(State program, often referred to as the Oregon State Bond Loan             HELP LINE OR WARM LINE
program, aims to increase the purchasing power of low and
moderate-income home buyers.)                                               Child Abuse Reporting               Marion County         (503) 378-6704
                                                                                                                in Salem
Siletz Indian Housing             Homeownershi         (503) 390-9494       (Call this number to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave
Authority                         p Assistance                              a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call the local law
                                  Program                                   enforcement agency or 911.)
(Native American Housing Authority homeownership assistance
program)                                                                    Child Abuse Reporting               Marion County         (866) 889-8268
                                                                                                                in Salem
HOUSING, SUBSIDIZED                                                         (Call this number to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave
                                                                            a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call the local law
Housing Authority                 City of Salem        (503) 588-6368       enforcement agency or 911.)
(Rent, shelter services, emergency and long term
housing assistance for low-income families)                                 Community Eating                    Salem Help            (503) 370-3733
HOUSING, TEEN PARENT                                                        Disorders Treatment Link            Line
                                                                            (Information and referral line to counselors in the service area who can
St Brigid's Home for Unwed Father Taaffe               (503) 585-7213       help with eating disorders with experience in treating eating disorders.
Mothers                    Foundation in                                    Analysis of problem and match with appropriate counselor. Fee for
                           Salem                                            counseling; treatment may be covered by h
(A home for pregnant teens. St. Brigid's works in conjunction with St.
Teresa and St. Monica homes. Services address immediate and                 Mid-Willamette Valley   Community                         (503) 585-6232
long-term needs of young women and offers public school mostly              Community Action Agency Resource
through Barbara Roberts High School Program.)                               of Marion and Polk      Program
                                                                            Counties
St Monica's Home for              Father Taaffe        (503) 371-1019       (MWVCAA is a not-for-profit organization that addresses the many
Young Mothers                     Foundation in                             complex issues facing low-income individuals and families. The agency's
                                  Salem                                     Community Resource Program provides a variety of services that focus
                                                                            on promoting housing stability and self-sufficiency among homeless and
(Long-term and transitional housing for low-income single teenage
                                                                            low-income persons in Marion and Polk Counties. These services
mothers with children.)
                                                                            include Community Resource Centers located in Dallas, Stayton, and
                                                                            Woodburn; tenant-based rental assistance programs; self-sufficiency (



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INFORMATION & REFERRAL SERVICES                                                Public Library (Formerly          Salem                (503) 588-6071
HELP LINE OR WARM LINE                                                         CCRLS)
                                                                               (1 bookmobile; 1 other outlet branch that serves the county of 214,740
                                                                               population. Outreach programs include taking bookmobile to certain child
Northwest Human Services Crisis and                       (503) 581-5535       care centers in Salem area to improve literacy.)
                         Information
                         Hotline in                                            Public Library (Formerly          Silver Falls         (503) 873-5173
                         Salem                                                 CCRLS)                            Library District
(Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley
staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an
entry into the helping resources of the community.)                            Public Library (Formerly          Stayton Public       (503) 769-3313
                                                                               CCRLS)                            Library
Northwest Human Services Crisis and                      1-800-560-5535
                         Information
                         Hotline in                                            Public Library (Formerly          West Salem           (503) 588-6301
                         Salem                                                 CCRLS)                            Branch Library
(Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley    (1 bookmobile; 1 other outlet branch that serves the county of 214,740
staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an           population.)
entry into the helping resources of the community.)
                                                                               Public Library (Formerly          Woodburn             (503) 982-5263
Oregon AIDS Hotline                 Helpline in           (503) 223-2437       CCRLS)                            Public Library
                                    Portland
(Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services                 INSURANCE (HEALTH) & MANAGED CARE
information for entire state of Oregon.)
                                                                               MEDICAID (OHP/OMAP) CONTR PLANS
Oregon AIDS Hotline                 Helpline in          1-800-777-2437
                                    Portland                                   Children's Health Insurance Office of                  1-800-359-9517
(Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services                 Program - CHIP              Medical
information for entire state of Oregon.)                                                                   Assistance
                                                                                                           Programs in
Oregon Poison Center                Oregon Health        1-800-222-1222                                    Salem
                                    Sciences                                   (Federal program also known as "Covering Kids." OMAP is responsible
                                    University                                 for administering the Children's Health Insurance Program in Oregon.
                                                                               Application is through state Department of Human Services branch
(This hotline can be called if you have a poisoning emergency. If the
                                                                               offices or by calling OHP Application Center at 1-800-359-9517.)
victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 911.)
                                                                               OTHER HEALTH INSURANCE
Southeast Neighborhood              Capital Park          (503) 362-6626
Community Center                    Wesleyan                                   Family Health Insurance           State Office of      1-888-564-9669
                                    Church in                                  Assistance Program                Private Health
                                    Salem                                      (FHIAP)                           Partnerships in
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering                                                   Salem
information, coordination and referral services to those within a
                                                                               (State agency responsible for providing application, eligibility and
designated service area.)
                                                                               customer service for the Family Health Insurance Assistance
                                                                               Program-FHIAP targets families with children and FHIAP helps pay the
LIBRARIES, PUBLIC                                                              monthly bill (premium) for private health insurance. Agency may also
                                                                               refer callers to a certified local insurance agent who can explain
Mill City Library                   Mill City             (503) 897-4143       insurance options which vary by county.)
                                    Branch
(Full library services.)                                                       INTERPRETATION, LANGUAGE TRANSLA
Public Library (Formerly            Chemeketa             (503) 399-5119
CCRLS)                              Campus
                                                                               International Translation         Minneapolis,         (612) 339-4660
(Community College library and Public library services)
                                                                               Solutions                         Minnesota
                                                                                                                 Location
Public Library (Formerly            Jefferson             (541) 327-3826
                                                                               (Translation services.)
CCRLS)                              Public Library
(The library is located in a rural area but serves all of Marion, Polk &
Yamhill Counties, due to membership in CCRLS (Chemeketa                        Young Women's Christian           Resource             (503) 581-9922
Cooperative Regional Library Services))                                        Association (YWCA) of             Assistance
                                                                               Salem                             Program
Public Library (Formerly            Mt Angel              (503) 845-6401       (Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy,
CCRLS)                              Public Library                             interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is
                                                                               offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and
(Public library serving Mt. Angel area residents. Hours are Tues Noon -        Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.)
6:30pm; Wed 11am-5pm; Thur/Fri Noon - 5pm and Sat 1-5pm.)


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LEGAL ASSISTANCE                                                               Center for Dispute                 Salem Office          (503) 370-6046
                                                                               Resolution
                                                                               (Nationally recognized as one of the nation's finest training grounds in
                                                                               dispute resolution, the Center teaches law students a full range of
Crime Victims' Assistance           Marion County         (503) 588-5253       dispute resolution skills, provide conferences to the general public and
                                    Program                                    lawyers and professional dispute resolvers, and serves as a neutral party
(State-approved crime victims' assistance program for county residents         in a variety of projects with government entities, selected agencies and
impacted by crime.)                                                            other organizations.)

Department of Justice               Oregon State          (503) 986-6166       MEDICAL CONDITIONS (INFO/SUPPORT)
Division of Child Support           Administration
                                                                               AIDS/HIV TESTING AND SERVICES
(DCS)
(24-hour interactive automated phone system that describes the child
support program responsibilities and provides specific case information
                                                                               HIV/AIDS Information and           Marion County         (503) 588-5342
regarding child support payments.)                                             STI (Sexually Transmitted          Health
                                                                               Infections)                        Department in
Legal Aid Services of               Marion-Polk           (503) 606-3284                                          Salem
Oregon                              Legal Aid in                               (HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) information, STI
                                                                               Clinic and HIV counseling and testing services, outreach, condom
                                    Independence
                                                                               distribution, culturally specific HIV information, workshops and training,
(Marion-Polk Legal Aid Service is a non-profit corporation which provides      HIV prevention and referrals.
legal assistance in civil matters such as landlord/tenant problems, poor       HIV Case Management, referrals for health care, HIV care, dental care,
housing conditions, public benefits for TANF, food stamps, SSI, OHP,           and more; assistance with insurance and state ADAP Program
Medicaid, unemployment etc. to Marion and Polk County residents.               applications, financial assistance for services that qualify for Ryan White
Apply in person. Call first for hours.)                                        Care Act funding)

Legal Aid Services of               Woodburn              (503) 981-5291       Oregon AIDS Hotline                Helpline in           (503) 223-2437
Oregon                              Farm Workers                                                                  Portland
                                    Office                                     (Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services
(Migrant farmworker legal issues only)                                         information for entire state of Oregon.)

Marion County District              Support               (503) 378-5567       Oregon AIDS Hotline                Helpline in          1-800-777-2437
Attorney                            Enforcement                                                                   Portland
(Child support enforcement services are provided through the county            (Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services
District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may       information for entire state of Oregon.)
be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)
                                                                               Planned Parenthood of the Salem Clinic                   (503) 363-8732
Marion County District              Support              1-800-850-0228        Columbia/Willamette
Attorney                            Enforcement                                (Services: All basic reproductive health screening and contraceptive
(Child support enforcement services are provided through the county            services. Walk-in pregnancy tests every day. First trimester abortion
District Attorney's office. Information about support payment status may       services. Colposcopy services. Serves the Mid-Willamette Valley -
be obtained 24 hours a day through the toll-free line.)                        Central coast.)

Marion County District              Victims               (503) 588-5253
Attorney                            Assistance in                              Planned Parenthood         Salem Health                  (503) 363-8732
                                    Salem                                      Richards-Kreitzberg Center Center
(Victim Assistance provides 24-hour on-call response for victims of            (No-cost-to-patient clinic for all basic reproductive health screening and
sexual assuault and for the surviving family members of homicide victims       contraceptive services; surgical abortion services up to 14 weeks and
in Marion County. In addition, Victim Advocates provide support and            medical abortions up to 9 weeks; no appointment necessary for annual
advocacy throughout the prosecution of the case, focusing on cases             exam; Pap smear, STI screening and treatment or other problem checks
involving homicide, child abuse, sexual assault, elder abuse, stalking and     for infections: walk-in hours; Mon and Wed 11:45am - 6:45pm; Tues and
dometic violence. Victim services are available for other types of crimes      Thurs 8:45am 3:45pm.)
as well. We assist all victims in applying for Crime Victims'
Compensation                                                                   BRAIN OR HEAD INJURIES

Marion-Polk Volunteer               Salem Office          (503) 581-5265       Brain Injury Association of State                       1-800-544-5243
Lawyer Project                                                                 Oregon, The (BIAOR)         Association -
(Connect low-income clients with volunteer private attorneys for                                           Portland
representation in civil matters. Provide legal counseling in civil cases.)     (Provides information on conferences and information on the latest
                                                                               techniques and discoveries in treating traumatic head injuries. Website at
MEDIATION                                                                      www.biaoregon.org offers support group and research updates.
                                                                               Referrals to services and support groups, family members, agencies,
                                                                               and social service agencies.)




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MEDICAL CONDITIONS (INFO/SUPPORT)                                              Willamette Education                 Early                  (503) 385-4675
CANCER INFORMATION AND SERVICES                                                Service District (Service            Intervention/
                                                                               Area 5)                              Early
                                                                                                                    Childhood
American Cancer Society             Relay for Life        (503) 228-1062
                                                                                                                    Special
(ACS)                               in Portland
                                                                                                                    Education
(24-hour relay with the goal of supporting a
                                                                                                                    Program
cure for cancer)
                                                                               (Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any
                                                                               child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill
American Cancer Society             Relay for Life       1-800-577-6552        counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to
(ACS)                               in Portland                                developmental delays.)
(24-hour relay with the goal of supporting a
cure for cancer)                                                               EATING DISORDERS

American Cancer Society             Relay for Life      1-800-ACS-2345         Community Eating                     Salem Help             (503) 370-3733
(ACS)                               in Portland                                Disorders Treatment Link             Line
(24-hour relay with the goal of supporting a                                   (Information and referral line to counselors in the service area who can
cure for cancer)                                                               help with eating disorders with experience in treating eating disorders.
                                                                               Analysis of problem and match with appropriate counselor. Fee for
Young Women's Christian             Breast Cancer         (503) 581-9922       counseling; treatment may be covered by h
Association (YWCA) of               Support Group
Salem                                                                          Poyama Counseling                    Salem                  (503) 588-2004
(Breast cancer support groups. Call for time slots.)                           Services
                                                                               (Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement
Young Women's Christian             ENCOREplus            (503) 581-9922       counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating
                                                                               disorders.)
Association (YWCA) of
Salem                                                                          LUNG AND BREATHING INFORMATION
(Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program.)

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INFO                                                Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Portland                         (503) 226-3435
                                                                               (Research and fundraising for medical care, public policy advocacy,
                                                                               patient and professional education materials and information.)
Easter Seals Oregon                 Children's            (503) 370-8990
                                    Therapy                                    SIDS (SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME)
                                    Center in
                                    Salem                                      American SIDS Institute              National              1-800-232-7437
(Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy              (Sudden Infant Death                 Organization
(ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,           Syndrome)
Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention             (National nonprofit health care organization, is dedicated to the
Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and                prevention of sudden infant death and the promotion of infant health
services)                                                                      through an aggressive, comprehensive nationwide program. Finding the
                                                                               cause of sudden infant death and methods of prevention, assisting
Poyama Counseling                   Salem                 (503) 588-2004       pediatricians in the medical management of high risk infants and having
Services                                                                       prevention methods aimed at the public and medical community.)
(Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement
counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating
                                                                               MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES
disorders.)                                                                    BIRTHING SERVICES
Threshold/Autism Services Salem                           (503) 375-9462       Silverton Hospital                   Family Birth           (503) 873-1780
(Direct training services with individuals with autism, their family and                                            Center
professional providers. Information and training. Program is A.D.A.P.T.
                                                                               (Private, state- of-the-art birth suites with jetted tubs, fully equipped
AUTISM EDUCATION™
                                                                               surgical suites and an experienced nursing staff.)
TRAINING SERVICES and SUPPORTS which utilizes Adaptive
Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Theory.)                              CLINICS, INDIAN HEALTH

                                                                               Chemawa Indian Health                Keizer Clinic          (503) 304-7600
                                                                               Center                               (Western
                                                                                                                    Oregon
                                                                                                                    Service Unit)
                                                                               (Medical, mental health, dental and prescription services for Native
                                                                               Americans.)




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MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES                                                  Woodburn Pediatric Clinic          Woodburn             (503) 981-5348
CLINICS, OBGYN                                                               (OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in
                                                                             pediatric medicine.)

Lancaster Family Health            Salem                (503) 588-0076       CLINICS, PRIMARY CARE
Center
(CareOregon Network provider. Physicians and family nurse practitioners      Aumsville Medical Clinic           Aumsville            (503) 749-4734
provide health and medical services to pregnant womens health -              (Primary care clinic specializing in family practice medicine and
PAP/physician referrals, children and men, promote nutritional programs      obstetrics.)
such as WIC for prenatal care. Clinic offers hispanic-speaking staff and
targets hispanic families.)                                                  Childhood Health                   Salem                (503) 364-2181
                                                                             Associates
Planned Parenthood of the Salem Clinic                  (503) 363-8732       (CareOregon Network provider. Primary Pediatric health clinic with nine
Columbia/Willamette                                                          physicians and three Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Saturday and Sunday
                                                                             for urgent care only. Shot clinic 2:00 - 4:00pm Mon - Thurs. Saturday by
(Services: All basic reproductive health screening and contraceptive         appointment.)
services. Walk-in pregnancy tests every day. First trimester abortion
services. Colposcopy services. Serves the Mid-Willamette Valley -
Central coast.)                                                              Evergreen Family Care              Woodburn             (503) 982-2212
                                                                             (CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in family
                                                                             practice medicine.)
Tukwila Center for Health          Women's              (503) 982-4877       Lancaster Family Health            Salem                (503) 588-0076
and Medicine                       Health Center                             Center
                                   in Woodburn
                                                                             (CareOregon Network provider. Physicians and family nurse practitioners
(Specialized medical, fitness, nutrition; education and support services     provide health and medical services to pregnant womens health -
for women of all ages; specialty physicians and certified nurse midwives     PAP/physician referrals, children and men, promote nutritional programs
provide a full range gynecology, obstetrics and well woman care for          such as WIC for prenatal care. Clinic offers hispanic-speaking staff and
women. Free transportation for patients to and from appointments to          targets hispanic families.)
medical care at the center.)

CLINICS, PEDIATRIC                                                           Northwest Human Services West Salem                     (503) 378-7526
                                                                                                      Clinic -
Childhood Health                   Salem                (503) 364-2181                                Primary Care
Associates                                                                   (Community Health Clinic Center provides comprehensive medical
                                                                             services for the whole family, including OHP and Medicare patients.
(CareOregon Network provider. Primary Pediatric health clinic with nine
                                                                             Sliding fee scale based on family size and income; no one is refused.
physicians and three Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Saturday and Sunday
                                                                             Closed during lunch hour. Services include health maintenance
for urgent care only. Shot clinic 2:00 - 4:00pm Mon - Thurs. Saturday by
                                                                             examinations, well-child visits, childhood immunizations, treatment of
appointment.)
                                                                             acute illnesses and injuries, management of chronic diseases, family
                                                                             planning and annual exams, prenatal care and hospital delivery.)
Community Connections              Salem Hospital       (503) 561-5986
Clinic                             Rehab Center                              Salem Clinic                       at Inland            (503) 390-9790
(Connecting special needs children and their                                                                    Shores
families, professionals and schools with a multi-
                                                                             (Primary care, family practice and internal medicine. Open weekdays
specialty staff to assess community resources to meet each child's
                                                                             until 5:00pm.)
needs.)

                                                                             Salem Clinic                       Main Office on       (503) 399-2424
Oregon Health Sciences             Child               1-800-637-0700
                                                                                                                Capitol
University (OHSU)                  Development
                                                                             (Primary care, family practice and internal medicine. Open weekdays
                                   Rehabilitation
                                                                             until 7:00pm; 8:30am - 3:00pm Sat; 1:00pm - 4:00pm Sun.)
                                   Center (CDRC
                                   in Eugene)
                                                                             Salem Clinic                       Salem Heights        (503) 399-2424
(Statewide agency that serves children with special health needs with an
emphasis on children with disorders affecting development. CDRC has
                                                                                                                Plaza
offices and clinical staff in Portland and Eugene.)                          (Primary care and family practice. Open weekdays 8:00 am until
                                                                             5:00pm.)
Salem Pediatric Clinic             Medical Clinic       (503) 362-2481
(Primary medical care for children.)                                         Salem Family Physicians            Salem                (503) 362-6304
                                                                             (CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in family
                                                                             practice medicine.)
Salem Pediatric Group              Salem                (503) 362-2481
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in        Salem Pediatric Group              Salem                (503) 362-2481
pediatric medicine.)                                                         (OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in
                                                                             pediatric medicine.)
Woodburn Medical Clinic            Woodburn             (503) 982-0403
(OHP-CareOregon network family practice clinic.)




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MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES                                                    South Salem Immediate               Salem Urgent        (503) 588-1234
CLINICS, PRIMARY CARE                                                          Care                                Care Office
                                                                               (Walk-in care for acute illness/injury; workers' comp injuries; EKG, X-ray
                                                                               and lab services, drug screens and MRO service, BAT; family medicine
Salud Medical Center                Woodburn            (503) 982-2000         and physicals.)
                                    Clinic
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Medical and dental clinic serving            DENTAL SERVICES
low-income persons, targeting Hispanic migrant persons and
farmworkers in the North Marion County area. Spanish and Russian               Kaiser Permanente                   Lancaster           (503) 370-4313
-speaking staff.)Services available to the entire community.
                                                                                                                   Dental Office
                                                                               (Specialty dental offices for Kaiser members)
Woodburn Family Clinic              Woodburn            (503) 982-2174
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in
                                                                               Kaiser Permanente                   Skyline Dental      (503) 370-4311
family practice medicine.)
                                                                                                                   Office
Woodburn Medical Clinic             Woodburn            (503) 982-0403         (Dental services for Kaiser Permanente members.)
(OHP-CareOregon network family practice clinic.)
                                                                               Northwest Human Services West Salem                     (503) 315-0712
                                                                                                        Clinic - Dental
Woodburn Pediatric Clinic           Woodburn            (503) 981-5348                                  Services
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in
                                                                               (Low-cost dental services serving Marion and Polk Counties.
pediatric medicine.)
                                                                               Full-service family dental practice located in a house adjacent to West
Woodburn Urgent Care                Woodburn            (503) 982-4606         Salem Clinic-Primary Care. Appointments between 7am-6pm; Dental
                                                                               Hygienist sees patients Mon, Tues and Thurs at 7 am. The office is
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Primary care clinic specializing in
                                                                               closed from noon - 12:30.)
family practice medicine.)
CLINICS, SPECIALTY                                                             Salud Medical Center                Woodburn            (503) 982-2000
                                                                                                                   Clinic
Allergy Consultants                 Salem               (503) 364-0189         (OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Medical and dental clinic serving
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider specializing in allergy.)                     low-income persons, targeting Hispanic migrant persons and
                                                                               farmworkers in the North Marion County area. Spanish and Russian
                                                                               -speaking staff.)Services available to the entire community.
Salem Hospital                      Sleep               (503) 561-5170
                                    Disorders                                  DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES
                                    Center
Complete range of sleep services.                                              Salem Hospital                      Sleep               (503) 561-5170
                                                                                                                   Disorders
Tukwila Center for Health           Women's             (503) 982-4877                                             Center
and Medicine                        Health Center                              Complete range of sleep services.
                                    in Woodburn
(Specialized medical, fitness, nutrition; education and support services       FAMILY PLANNING/PREGNANCY PREVENTN
for women of all ages; specialty physicians and certified nurse midwives
provide a full range gynecology, obstetrics and well woman care for            Americorps Group                    RAPP State          (503) 945-6906
women. Free transportation for patients to and from appointments to                                                Program in
medical care at the center.)                                                                                       Salem
                                                                               (DHS-administered program for Reducing Adolescent Pregnancy
Willamette Ear, Nose, and           Salem               (503) 581-1567         Partnership. RAPP program volunteers serve in 15 Oregon counties.
Throat LLP                                                                     These full-time volunteers work to apply strategies locally to reduce teen
(OHP-CareOregon network provider specializing in otolaryngology.)              pregnancy.)

CLINICS, URGENT CARE                                                           Lancaster Family Health             Salem               (503) 588-0076
                                                                               Center
Salem Clinic                        Urgent Care at      (503) 589-6255         (CareOregon Network provider. Physicians and family nurse practitioners
                                    Inland Shores                              provide health and medical services to pregnant womens health -
(Urgent care. Open weekdays 11am-8pm; Sat and Sun 11am-5pm. No                 PAP/physician referrals, children and men, promote nutritional programs
appointment required.)                                                         such as WIC for prenatal care. Clinic offers hispanic-speaking staff and
                                                                               targets hispanic families.)
Salem Hospital Urgent Care Leslie Street                (503) 561-5554
Center                                                                         Marion County Health                Family              (503) 588-5355
(Located just East of Salem Hospital. Walk-in urgent care clinic for           Department                          Planning Clinic
patients who have minor illness or injury situation. No appointment                                                in Salem
needed. Open 10am - 8pm everyday (holidays may have reduced                    (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
hours).)                                                                       access exams, birth control counseling and medication, pregnancy tests
                                                                               and medical pregnancy assessments.)




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MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES                                                  Marion County Health               Immunization          (503) 981-5851
FAMILY PLANNING/PREGNANCY PREVENTN                                           Department                         Clinic in
                                                                                                                Woodburn
                                                                             (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
Marion County Health               Family               (503) 981-5851
                                                                             access public health services including immunizations.)
Department                         Planning Clinic
                                   in Woodburn                               OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
access exams, birth control counseling and medication, pregnancy             Lancaster Medical Clinic           West Salem            (503) 364-9490
tests.)
                                                                                                                Office
                                                                             (Bi-lingual immediate-care walk-in or by-appointment medical clinic,
Northwest Human Services West Salem                     (503) 378-7526       includes weight-loss clinic and complete occupational medical services
                         Clinic -                                            for employer programs as well as work-related injuries and illnesses.
                         Primary Care                                        DOT exams, school sports exams, drug screening, auto accidents.
(Community Health Clinic Center provides comprehensive medical               Medicare patients welcome. No appointment necessary.)
services for the whole family, including OHP and Medicare patients.
Sliding fee scale based on family size and income; no one is refused.        PRENATAL SERVICES
Closed during lunch hour. Services include health maintenance
examinations, well-child visits, childhood immunizations, treatment of       Marion County Health               Prenatal Clinic       (503) 588-5355
acute illnesses and injuries, management of chronic diseases, family         Department                         in Salem
planning and annual exams, prenatal care and hospital delivery.)
                                                                             (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
                                                                             access public health services including prenatal services.)
Planned Parenthood of the Salem Clinic                  (503) 363-8732
Columbia/Willamette                                                          Tukwila Center for Health          Women's               (503) 982-4877
(Services: All basic reproductive health screening and contraceptive         and Medicine                       Health Center
services. Walk-in pregnancy tests every day. First trimester abortion
                                                                                                                in Woodburn
services. Colposcopy services. Serves the Mid-Willamette Valley -
Central coast.)                                                              (Specialized medical, fitness, nutrition; education and support services
                                                                             for women of all ages; specialty physicians and certified nurse midwives
                                                                             provide a full range gynecology, obstetrics and well woman care for
                                                                             women. Free transportation for patients to and from appointments to
Planned Parenthood         Salem Health                 (503) 363-8732       medical care at the center.)
Richards-Kreitzberg Center Center
(No-cost-to-patient clinic for all basic reproductive health screening and   PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
contraceptive services; surgical abortion services up to 14 weeks and
medical abortions up to 9 weeks; no appointment necessary for annual         HIV/AIDS Information and           Marion County         (503) 588-5342
exam; Pap smear, STI screening and treatment or other problem checks         STI (Sexually Transmitted          Health
for infections: walk-in hours; Mon and Wed 11:45am - 6:45pm; Tues and
Thurs 8:45am 3:45pm.)
                                                                             Infections)                        Department in
                                                                                                                Salem
HEARING SERVICES/FREE OR LOW COST                                            (HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) information, STI
                                                                             Clinic and HIV counseling and testing services, outreach, condom
Brady Fund                         OSBA Office in       (503) 588-2800       distribution, culturally specific HIV information, workshops and training,
                                                                             HIV prevention and referrals.
                                   Salem                                     HIV Case Management, referrals for health care, HIV care, dental care,
(Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are            and more; assistance with insurance and state ADAP Program
distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for          applications, financial assistance for services that qualify for Ryan White
clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and   Care Act funding)
vision. Referrals from local school districts.)

IMMUNIZATIONS                                                                Marion County Health               Family                (503) 981-5851
                                                                             Department                         Planning Clinic
Marion County Health               Family               (503) 981-5851                                          in Woodburn
Department                         Planning Clinic                           (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
                                                                             access exams, birth control counseling and medication, pregnancy
                                   in Woodburn                               tests.)
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
access exams, birth control counseling and medication, pregnancy
tests.)                                                                      Marion County Health               Immunization          (503) 588-5342
                                                                             Department                         Clinic in Salem
Marion County Health               Immunization         (503) 588-5342       (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
                                                                             access public health services including immunizations.)
Department                         Clinic in Salem
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
access public health services including immunizations.)                      Marion County Health               Immunization          (503) 981-5851
                                                                             Department                         Clinic in
                                                                                                                Woodburn
                                                                             (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
                                                                             access public health services including immunizations.)




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MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES                                                   Planned Parenthood         Salem Health                  (503) 363-8732
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES                                                        Richards-Kreitzberg Center Center
                                                                              (No-cost-to-patient clinic for all basic reproductive health screening and
                                                                              contraceptive services; surgical abortion services up to 14 weeks and
Marion County Health               Prenatal Clinic       (503) 588-5355       medical abortions up to 9 weeks; no appointment necessary for annual
Department                         in Salem                                   exam; Pap smear, STI screening and treatment or other problem checks
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may              for infections: walk-in hours; Mon and Wed 11:45am - 6:45pm; Tues and
access public health services including prenatal services.)                   Thurs 8:45am 3:45pm.)

Marion County Health               WIC Services          (503) 588-5057       VISION SERVICES/FREE/LOW COST
Department                         in Salem
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may              Brady Fund                         OSBA Office in        (503) 588-2800
obtain nutritional education and counseling for pregnant and                                                     Salem
breastfeeding women, and infants and children to age five may receive         (Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are
limited health screening and food supplements.)                               distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for
                                                                              clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and
                                                                              vision. Referrals from local school districts.)
Marion County Health               WIC Services          (503) 981-5851
Department                         in Woodburn                                WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMS
(Pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age five
years old who are Marion County residents or migrant farmworkers may          Lancaster Medical Clinic           West Salem            (503) 364-9490
receive nutrition education, limited health screening, referrals to medical                                      Office
and social resources, and supplemental foods.)                                (Bi-lingual immediate-care walk-in or by-appointment medical clinic,
                                                                              includes weight-loss clinic and complete occupational medical services
                                                                              for employer programs as well as work-related injuries and illnesses.
Marion County Health               Woodburn              (503) 981-5851       DOT exams, school sports exams, drug screening, auto accidents.
                                                                              Medicare patients welcome. No appointment necessary.)
Department                         Clinic
(Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may              WELL-CHILD CHECKS / NUTRITION / WIC
access public health services including family planning, immunizations,
treatment for STD and other communicable diseases, family planning
and mental health services.)                                                  Marion County Health               Early                 (503) 373-3781
                                                                              Department                         Childhood
REHABILITATION THERAPIES                                                                                         Team (formely
                                                                                                                 Maternal and
Easter Seals Oregon                Children's            (503) 370-8990                                          Child Home
                                   Therapy                                                                       Nursing
                                   Center in                                                                     Services)
                                   Salem                                      (The Early Childhood Team is a multidisciplinary team that provides a
(Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy             broad array of integrated services for pregnant women, children, and
(ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,          their families that facilitate optimum physical, social, and emotional
Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention            health..)
Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and
services)                                                                     Marion County Health               WIC Services          (503) 588-5057
                                                                              Department                         in Salem
Oregon Therapy Services            Salem                 (503) 370-8618       (Citizens of Marion County and migrant farmworkers statewide may
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider specializing in physical, speech and         obtain nutritional education and counseling for pregnant and
occupational therapy.)                                                        breastfeeding women, and infants and children to age five may receive
                                                                              limited health screening and food supplements.)
Tukwila Center for Health          Woodburn              (503) 982-8790
and Medicine                       Rehab
(Outpatient rehabilitation services including occupational, speech, and       Marion County Health               WIC Services          (503) 981-5851
physical therapy as well as hand and incontinence therapies.)                 Department                         in Woodburn
                                                                              (Pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age five
Woodburn Therapy Group             Woodburn              (503) 982-0232       years old who are Marion County residents or migrant farmworkers may
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider specializing in physical, speech and         receive nutrition education, limited health screening, referrals to medical
occupational therapy.)                                                        and social resources, and supplemental foods.)
REPRODUCTIVE SERVICES

Planned Parenthood of the Salem Clinic                   (503) 363-8732
Columbia/Willamette
(Services: All basic reproductive health screening and contraceptive
services. Walk-in pregnancy tests every day. First trimester abortion
services. Colposcopy services. Serves the Mid-Willamette Valley -
Central coast.)




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MENS SUPPORT SERVICES                                                        North Neighborhood                   Highland                (503) 856-7011
                                                                             Resource Center                      Neighborhood
                                                                                                                  in Salem
                                                                             (One-stop social service integration community service delivery center:
Union Gospel Mission               New Life             (503) 362-3983
                                                                             Food stamp eligibility, welfare-to-work program, family-to-family foster
(UGM)                              Recovery                                  program and mental health counseling.)
                                   Program
(New Life Recovery (NLR) Program offers a 9-14 month program to help         Northwest Human Services West Salem                          (503) 588-5816
stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to
live productively in the community, and in their family and work
                                                                                                      Clinic - Mental
environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer                                Health
assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.)                    (Provides mental health and counseling services to individuals, couples
                                                                             and families. Individual therapy, long-term illness management,
MENTAL HEALTH                                                                medication management and case management, Group therapy includes
                                                                             adult children of dysfunctional families, parenting and adults molested as
MENTAL HEALTH TRTMNT, OUTP CH/YOUTH                                          children. Fees are on a sliding scale based on family size and income,
                                                                             but no one is refused service because of inability to pay.)
Easter Seals Oregon                Children's           (503) 370-8990
                                   Therapy                                   Oregon Center for Clinical           Oregon                  (503) 675-1911
                                   Center in                                 Investigation, Inc. (OCCI)           Centers
                                   Salem                                     (Clinical research and investigation Center for treatment of
(Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy            children/teens, and adults with mental health disorders including ADHD
(ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,         and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.)
Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention
Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and              SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT
services)
                                                                             Child/Adolescent                     Sex Offender            (503) 657-0683
MENTAL HEALTH TRTMNT, OUTPATIENT                                             Intervention Services, Inc           Treatment
                                                                             (CAIS)                               Program in
Catholic Community                 Community            (503) 390-2600                                            Tigard
Services                           Counseling                                (Sex offender treatment program for adolescents and adults; psychiatric
                                   Center and                                and sex offender evaluations, polygraph and phallometric tests;
                                   Encuentro                                 outpatient services. Group treatment on Tues and Wed afternoons and
(DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and                                   evening. Referrals from OYA, court system, community probation.)
marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing
impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.)                             MENTORING
Chemawa Indian Health              Behavioral           (503) 399-5942
Center                             Health Center                             Project J.E.M.                       Juvenile                (503) 584-4865
                                   (Alcohol                                                                       Enrichment
                                   Education                                                                      through
                                   Center in                                                                      Mentoring
                                   Keizer)                                                                        Project
(Outpatient substance abuse and mental health care. Healthcare.
                                                                             (Project JEM provides mentoring and support services for high-risk youth
Extended hours: 10:00am - 3:00pm - Sat.)
                                                                             and juvenile offenders in Marion County. Services include: Academic
                                                                             tutoring; Drug & alcohol prevention services; Violence prevention
Community Eating                   Salem Help           (503) 370-3733       services; Service learning; and Exposure to secondary education.)
Disorders Treatment Link           Line
(Information and referral line to counselors in the service area who can     MULTI-CULTURAL SERVICES
help with eating disorders with experience in treating eating disorders.
Analysis of problem and match with appropriate counselor. Fee for
counseling; treatment may be covered by h
                                                                             Encuentro Family Service             Woodburn                (503) 981-4214
Marion County Mental               Adult Services       (503) 588-5351       Center                               Office
Health Services                                                              (Bi-lingual counseling for families, adults, children,
(Services provided include mental health assesment, treatment and            youth who speak the Hispanic language.)
counseling as well as case management and referral to appropriate
community agencies.)                                                         Farmworker Housing                   Woodburn                (503) 981-1618
                                                                             Development Corporation
Marion County Mental               Children's           (503) 588-5352       (FHDC)
Health Services                    Behavioral                                (Nonprofit housing corporation that develops and manages housing
                                   Health                                    options for Oregon farmworkers.)
(Community Mental Health Services include mental health assessment,
counseling, case management, and referral to appropriate community
agencies.)



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MULTI-CULTURAL SERVICES                                                      Young Women's Christian            Resource             (503) 581-9922
                                                                             Association (YWCA) of              Assistance
                                                                             Salem                              Program
                                                                             (Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy,
Lancaster Family Health            Salem                (503) 588-0076
                                                                             interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is
Center                                                                       offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and
(CareOregon Network provider. Physicians and family nurse practitioners      Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.)
provide health and medical services to pregnant womens health -
PAP/physician referrals, children and men, promote nutritional programs      NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES
such as WIC for prenatal care. Clinic offers hispanic-speaking staff and
targets hispanic families.)

Legal Aid Services of              Woodburn             (503) 981-5291       Chemawa Indian Health              Behavioral           (503) 399-5942
Oregon                             Farm Workers                              Center                             Health Center
                                   Office                                                                       (Alcohol
(Migrant farmworker legal issues only)                                                                          Education
                                                                                                                Center in
Marion County Migrant              Woodburn             (503) 981-3001                                          Keizer)
Head Start                                                                   (Outpatient substance abuse and mental health care. Healthcare.
Migrant Head Start (MHS) and Oregon Prekindergarten (OPK) serving            Extended hours: 10:00am - 3:00pm - Sat.)
Marion County.)
                                                                             Chemawa Indian Health              Keizer Clinic        (503) 304-7600
Mujeres Unidas (Women              Domestic             (503) 378-1572       Center                             (Western
United)                            Violence                                                                     Oregon
                                   Support Group                                                                Service Unit)
                                   in Woodburn                               (Medical, mental health, dental and prescription services for Native
(Support group for Spanish-speaking women who are in abusive                 Americans.)
relationships. Offers information and counseling including shelters and
programs offering domestic violence support. Also offers child care          Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde          (503) 879-2280
during meetings. Groups meet in Salem and Woodburn.)                         Start                              Education
                                                                                                                Center
Oregon Child Development Seasonal                       (503) 981-3001       (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
Coalition (OCDC) of Marion Oregon                                            Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
County                     Prekindergarte                                    tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
                           n and Migrant                                     Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
                           Head Start                                        gymnasium and auditorium.)
(Migrant Head Start (MHS) and Oregon Prekindergarten (OPK)
programs serving Marion county.)                                             Grand Ronde Tribal Head            Grand Ronde         1-800-422-0232
                                                                             Start                              Education
Oregon Human                       Regional             (503) 982-5100                                          Center
Development Corporation            Service Office                            (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties.
                                   in Woodburn                               Education Center focuses on learning programs for the community and
(Employment and training for low-income migrant and seasonal farm            tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde.
workers. Services include housing, case                                      Programs for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size
management and finances. The North Marion Resource Cener provides            gymnasium and auditorium.)
one-stop services to qualified farm workers.)
                                                                             Oregon Housing and                 Rental               (503) 986-2000
Salud Medical Center               Woodburn             (503) 982-2000       Community Services                 Assistance
                                   Clinic                                    Department (OHCSD)                 Program -
(OHP-CareOregon Network provider. Medical and dental clinic serving                                             State Office in
low-income persons, targeting Hispanic migrant persons and                                                      Salem
farmworkers in the North Marion County area. Spanish and Russian             (The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low
-speaking staff.)Services available to the entire community.                 Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)

Woodburn Children's                Multi-lingual        (503) 981-1309       Siletz Indian Housing              Homeownershi         (503) 390-9494
Center                             Child Care                                Authority                          p Assistance
(Subsidized day care for low-income                                                                             Program
and migrant farm worker families. The center                                 (Native American Housing Authority homeownership assistance
is a full-service provider of child care, provides breakfast, lunch and      program)
snack and employs a multi-lingual staff.Also serves the community at
large)
                                                                             Siletz Tribal Head Start           Siletz               (541) 444-8376
                                                                             (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Lane, Lincoln, Marion and
                                                                             Multnomah counties.)




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ONE-STOP HUMAN SERVICE CENTERS                                                Mid-Willamette Valley             Silverton             (503) 873-8330
                                                                              Community Action Agency           Family
                                                                              of Marion and Polk                Resource
                                                                              Counties                          Center
Oregon Employment                  Woodburn              (503) 982-2817
                                                                              (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
Department
                                                                              individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
(Community one-stop resource center provides the tools, training and          Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.)
experienced staff to assist in achieving employment.)
                                                                              Mid-Willamette Valley             Stayton               (503) 769-3173
OREGON HEALTH PLAN (OHP)                                                      Community Action Agency           Community
                                                                              of Marion and Polk                Action
                                                                              Counties                          Resource
Medical Assistance                 Oregon Health        1-800-359-9517                                          Center
Programs, Division of              Plan (OHP)                                 (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
(DMAP) - Medicaid                  Application                                individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
                                   Center                                     Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.)
(Applicants may apply through local DHS offices or by calling the
application center toll-free 1-800-359-9517. DMAP is the state agency         Mid-Willamette Valley             Woodburn              (503) 982-8212
responsible for administration of the Oregon Medicaid program, including      Community Action Agency           Family
the Children's Health Insurance Program--CHIP.)                               of Marion and Polk                Resource
                                                                              Counties                          Center
Medical Assistance                 Oregon Health        1-800-393-9855        (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
Programs, Division of              Plan (OHP)                                 individuals. They offer referral services for the homeless. Childcare
(DMAP) - Medicaid                  Benefits RN                                resource questions are referred to the Salem office. Operates five
                                   Hotline                                    Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and
                                                                              Independence.)
(Information line for medical providers who have questions about what
diagnosis/treatment services and benefits are covered under Medicaid's
Oregon Health Plan.)                                                          North Neighborhood                Highland              (503) 856-7011
                                                                              Resource Center                   Neighborhood
ORGANIZATIONS, MULTI SERVICE ADMIN                                                                              in Salem
                                                                              (One-stop social service integration community service delivery center:
                                                                              Food stamp eligibility, welfare-to-work program, family-to-family foster
                                                                              program and mental health counseling.)
Catholic Community                 Administrative        (503) 390-2600
Services                           Services                                   Northwest Human Services Administration                 (503) 588-5828
(Northgate Resource Center. Private, non-profit, health and human                                      in Salem
services organization that serves the Mid-Willamette Valley and Oregon's      (Administrative offices for Mid-Willamette Valley largest provider of
Central Coast communities. Programs includes center services for              health and human services, advocating for health and stability of those in
mental health and alcohol and drug treatment, shelter evaluation,             need. Partner with other community resources.)
treatment foster care, Tokarski Community Home and the independent
living program.)
                                                                              ORGANIZATIONS, STATE AND NATIONAL
Mid-Willamette Valley   Child Care                       (503) 585-2491
Community Action Agency Information
of Marion and Polk      Service (CCIS)                                        Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Portland                     (503) 226-3435
Counties                                                                      (Research and fundraising for medical care, public policy advocacy,
(Parent consultations and child care referrals. Information on how to         patient and professional education materials and information.)
select quality child care. Technical assistance and training for child care
providers. Enhanced services for employers. 8:00am -5:00pm phone
                                                                              REPORTING/REGULATORY AGENCIES
hours. Serve Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties.)                              STATE REPORTING/REGULATORY
Mid-Willamette Valley   Energy                           (503) 585-8491       Consumer Protection               Attorney              (503) 378-4320
Community Action Agency Assistance                                            Office                            General -
of Marion and Polk      Program                                                                                 Oregon
Counties                                                                                                        Department of
(Provides energy assistance of last resort to low-income families and                                           Justice
individuals. Home weatherization program. Energy assistance limited to
                                                                              (Statewide English and Spanish 24-hour automated consumer
winter months.)
                                                                              information line. Live response to consumer complaints from 8:30am -
                                                                              4:30 pm Mon - Fri)




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REPORTING/REGULATORY AGENCIES                                               Oregon Cares Resource              Oregon                (503) 945-6028
STATE REPORTING/REGULATORY                                                  Center                             Department of
                                                                                                               Human
                                                                                                               Services in
Department of Human               Marion Child          (503) 378-6800
                                                                                                               Salem
Services (Child Welfare)          Welfare Office
                                                                            (State program that provides helpful resources for Oregonians who
                                  in Salem
                                                                            provide care for a family member who is developmentally disabled,
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,     severely disabled, elderly or who has memory disorders.)
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                            SAFETY, FAMILY INTERVENTION
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during           CHILD ABUSE INT/PREV
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent
danger, call 911.)
                                                                            Alpha Counseling and               Salem                 (503) 362-7024
                                                                            Therapy
Department of Human               Marion Child         1-800-854-3508
                                                                            (Counseling individuals, divorce, loss, family, anger management, sex
Services (Child Welfare)          Welfare Office                            abuse. Will not take court ordered individuals.)
                                  in Salem
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
                                                                            Catholic Community                 Exchange              (503) 390-2600
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage            Services                           Club Child
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment                                            Abuse
services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during                                              Prevention
busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent                                      Center
danger, call 911.)                                                          (Child abuse prevention program offers parent training program with
                                                                            community support system.)
Oregon Occupational               Labor Camp            (503) 378-3274
Safety & Health                   Health &                                  Child Abuse Reporting              Marion County         (503) 378-6704
Administration (OSHA)             Safety                                                                       in Salem
                                  Compliance -                              (Call this number to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave
                                  Salem Field                               a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call the local law
                                  Office                                    enforcement agency or 911.)
(Field Office that promotes and regulates workplace safety and health
standards, consultations, training, enforcement.)                           Child Abuse Reporting              Marion County         (866) 889-8268
                                                                                                               in Salem
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES                                                 (Call this number to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave
                                                                            a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call the local law
                                                                            enforcement agency or 911.)

Catholic Community                Family Support        (503) 390-4854      Department of Human                Marion Child          (503) 378-6800
Services                          Services                                  Services (Child Welfare)           Welfare Office
(Treatment, foster care and shelter, evaluation, care for youth. Requires                                      in Salem
referral by state or county agency.)
                                                                            (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
                                                                            family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
RESPITE SERVICES                                                            program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
                                                                            determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                            services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during
                                                                            busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent
Easter Seals Oregon               Children's            (503) 370-8990      danger, call 911.)
                                  Therapy
                                  Center in                                 Department of Human                Marion Child         1-800-854-3508
                                  Salem                                     Services (Child Welfare)           Welfare Office
(Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy                                              in Salem
(ST) and mental Health Services for children in English and Spanish,        (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention          family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
Program. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and             program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
services)                                                                   determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                            services. You may call (503) 378-6704to report child abuse during
Lifespan Respite of               Catholic              (503) 393-0657      busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent
Marion/Polk County                Community                                 danger, call 911.)
                                  Services
(Lifespan Respite).




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SAFETY, FAMILY INTERVENTION                                                    Liberty House                      Salem                 (503) 540-0288
CHILD ABUSE INT/PREV                                                           (Provides medical services, child interviews and mental health services
                                                                               to children who may have been abused or neglected. For children in
                                                                               Marion County and Polk County.)
Department of Human                State Office in       (503) 945-5651
Services (Child Welfare)           Salem                                       DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
(State Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living            Alpha Counseling and               Salem                 (503) 362-7024
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage               Therapy
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                               (Counseling individuals, divorce, loss, family, anger management, sex
services.)
                                                                               abuse. Will not take court ordered individuals.)

Department of Human                Woodburn              (503) 981-3071
                                                                               Canyon Crisis Center               Santiam               (503) 897-2327
Services (Child Welfare)           Branch
                                                                                                                  Family Center
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
                                                                               (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims.
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living
                                                                               Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage
                                                                               empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment
                                                                               referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.)
services.)

Department of Human                Woodburn             1-800-358-2571         Hands Are Not For Hurting International                  (503) 587-4853
Services (Child Welfare)           Branch                                      Project                   Office, located
                                                                                                         in Salem
(Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services,
family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living            (The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a
program for current and former foster children, medical coverage               nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to
determination for children in foster care and residential treatment            educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free
services.)                                                                     of abuse and violence.
                                                                               The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and
                                                                               violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing
ESCAPE                             Salem                 (503) 315-8444        respect and equality in all relationships!)
                                   Parenting
                                   Center                                      Hands Are Not For Hurting International                 1-888-443-6299
(Non-profit center for prevention of early child abuse. Funded by the          Project                   Office, located
Exchange Clubs and Catholic Services. Supports parents in learning
                                                                                                         in Salem
how to care for and enjoy their family. Trained parent aides establish
friendships with the parents and provide free services in the home of the      (The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a
family.)                                                                       nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to
                                                                               educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free
                                                                               of abuse and violence.
Family Building Blocks             Salem Relief          (503) 566-2132        The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and
                                   Nursery                                     violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing
(Relief nursery, including therapeutic classes for young children with         respect and equality in all relationships!)
nutritious "USDA approved" meals; regular home visit; parent education
and training; advocacy, referral and family support services; limited          Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (503) 399-7722
transportation assistance, etc.)
                                                                               Service
                                                                               (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter
Hands Are Not For Hurting International                  (503) 587-4853        provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
Project                   Office, located                                      children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
                          in Salem                                             surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.
(The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a          Advocates for prevention and victims.)
nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to
educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free   Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Salem                          (866) 399-7722
of abuse and violence.                                                         Service
The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and
                                                                               (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter
violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing
                                                                               provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and
respect and equality in all relationships!)
                                                                               children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues
                                                                               surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911.
Hands Are Not For Hurting International                 1-888-443-6299         Advocates for prevention and victims.)
Project                   Office, located
                          in Salem                                             Mujeres Unidas (Women              Domestic              (503) 378-1572
(The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a          United)                            Violence
nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to                                            Support Group
educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free
                                                                                                                  in Woodburn
of abuse and violence.
The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and           (Support group for Spanish-speaking women who are in abusive
violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing               relationships. Offers information and counseling including shelters and
respect and equality in all relationships!)                                    programs offering domestic violence support. Also offers child care
                                                                               during meetings. Groups meet in Salem and Woodburn.)



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SAFETY, FAMILY INTERVENTION                                                    Social Security Office             Salem                1-800-772-1213
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE                                                              (The Salem SSA office is located on the 5th floor of the Equitable Center
                                                                               Building which is on the corner of Center and High Streets across from
                                                                               Meier and Frank and the Salem Center Mall in downtown Salem. Free
Salem Police Department            Domestic              (503) 588-6499        parking is available on the street and in downtown parkades. See
                                   Violence                       x7116        website for SSA "ticket to work" program. Office makes medical
                                   Response                                    decisions on Social Security and SSI Disability claims.)
                                   Team - Salem
(On-scene response 24-hours a day with police to the scene of certain          SUPPORT GROUPS (SEE MED
crimes. Outreach services provided to victims who access advocate              CONDITIONS)
services by phone or on a walk-in basis.)

SAFETY, HOME AND COMMUNITY
                                                                               Salem Pregnancy Resource Salem                          (503) 364-2464
                                                                               Center
Oregon Occupational                Labor Camp            (503) 378-3274        (Non-profit volunteer organization provides safe place for pregnant
                                                                               women to gain decision option information, including adoption or
Safety & Health                    Health &
                                                                               abortion, support groups, peer counseling, maternity and baby
Administration (OSHA)              Safety                                      clothes-up to age 3-closet. Free pregnancy tests, community resources
                                   Compliance -                                and referrals. Open to all religions.)
                                   Salem Field
                                   Office                                      TRANSPORTATION
(Field Office that promotes and regulates workplace safety and health
standards, consultations, training, enforcement.)

SENIOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES                                                   Cherriots - Salem Area             Salem Public         (503) 588-2877
                                                                               Mass Transit (SAMT)                Bus
SENIOR ASSISTANCE                                                                                                 Transportation
                                                                               (Provides public transportation services within the urban growth
Oregon Housing and                 Rental                (503) 986-2000        boundary of Salem and Keizer. R. G. Andersen-Wyckoff Transit mall at
Community Services                 Assistance                                  High and Court Streets, NE in Salem is central hub for 25 Cherriots bus
Department (OHCSD)                 Program -                                   routes from 6:00am - 10:00pm Mon - Sat.)
                                   State Office in
                                   Salem                                       Greyhound Bus Lines                Salem                1-800-231-2222
(The Department administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low                                                   Terminal
Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.)               (Public bus transportation on daily schedule.)
SENIOR FOOD PROGRAMS
                                                                               Greyhound Bus Lines                Woodburn             1-800-231-2222
                                                                                                                  Terminal
Korean Church of Salem             Capital Baptist       (503) 365-9694
                                                                               (Public bus transportation on daily schedule. Pick up at LA CASETA D)
                                   Meal Site in
                                   Salem
                                                                               Hut Airport Shuttle, The           Salem Office         1-888-257-0126
(Meal site serves Mon - Fri Noon. Offers a hot noon meal and home
delivered meals. Frozen meals available to people who need additional          (See website for schedule & rate information from
food to maintain health and independence.)                                     Salem Red Lion Hotel to Portland International
                                                                               Airport.)
Korean Church of Salem             Salem                 (503) 371-0700
                                                                               Mid-Valley Rideshare               Cherriots            1-888-323-7665
(Meal site serves Mon - Fri Noon. Offers a hot noon meal. Frozen meals
available to people who need additional food to maintain health and
                                                                                                                  Rideshare
independence.)                                                                 (Carpool and vanpool matching.)

SENIOR TRANSPORTATION                                                          Salem Fire Department              Emergency            (503) 588-6245
                                                                               Ambulance Services                 Medical
Wheels Community                   Salem Office          (503) 585-5187                                           Services
Transportation Program                                                         (Emergency or non-emergency medical transport for basic life support or
(Wheels service is available to those individuals in need of transportation    advanced life support).
for medical appointments, employment, education purposes, and
nutritional shopping. In addition, service is provided for persons receiving   Salem-Keizer Yellow Cab            Salem                (503) 362-2411
medical assistance in Portland. These services are provided on a "space        Co.                                Dispatch
available" basis. Operates 7:00am - 5:30pm Mon - Fri.)
                                                                               (Public taxi cab serving the Willamette Valley. Also provide battery
                                                                               jumps, specialized transports for persons with disabilities and parcel
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION                                                 pick-up and delivery. Contract for Oregon Health Plan transports.)

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TRANSPORTATION                                                                 Crime Victims United               Salem Contact         (503) 371-4807
                                                                               (May be first point of contact for persons affected by crime; assists
                                                                               victims in getting through court system; involved in some political action
                                                                               efforts; refer to appropriate resources and may refer to local Crime
The City Loop                      Salem Public          (503) 585-5187        Victims' Assistance program.)
                                   Transportation
(This service is available to anyone including the general public, students    Crime Victims' Assistance          Marion County         (503) 588-5253
senior citizens and disabled residents who need a ride.)                                                          Program
                                                                               (State-approved crime victims' assistance program for county residents
Wheels Community                   Salem Office          (503) 585-5187        impacted by crime.)
Transportation Program
(Wheels service is available to those individuals in need of transportation    Marion County District             Victims               (503) 588-5253
for medical appointments, employment, education purposes, and                  Attorney                           Assistance in
nutritional shopping. In addition, service is provided for persons receiving
                                                                                                                  Salem
medical assistance in Portland. These services are provided on a "space
available" basis. Operates 7:00am - 5:30pm Mon - Fri.)                         (Victim Assistance provides 24-hour on-call response for victims of
                                                                               sexual assuault and for the surviving family members of homicide victims
                                                                               in Marion County. In addition, Victim Advocates provide support and
Woodburn Ambulance                 Emergency             (503) 982-2340        advocacy throughout the prosecution of the case, focusing on cases
Services, Inc                      Medical                                     involving homicide, child abuse, sexual assault, elder abuse, stalking and
                                   Services                                    dometic violence. Victim services are available for other types of crimes
(Emergency and non-emergency medical transport services for North              as well. We assist all victims in applying for Crime Victims'
Marion County and Interstate 5 emergency medical response.)                    Compensation

Woodburn Taxi and                  Dispatch              (503) 982-1818        Oregon Department of               Crime Victims'        (503) 378-5348
Delivery Service                                                               Justice                            Compensation
(Public taxi cab serving the Woodburn North-Marion County area.)                                                  Program
                                                                                                                  (CVCP)
VETERANS                                                                       (State program set up to compensate victims of crimes who have been
                                                                               harmed, injured or killed.)

                                                                               VIOLENCE PREVENTION/INTERVENTION
ARCHES Project                     Salem Drop-in         (503) 399-9080
                                   Center
(Homeless and referrals for social services in Marion and Polk Counties.
Help consumers comply with sanctions to get them out of the criminal           Hands Are Not For Hurting International                  (503) 587-4853
justice system. Identify or provide support services such as housing,          Project                   Office, located
mental health, HIV and substance abuse screening and referral, primary                                   in Salem
health care education and referral, employment, legal aid, Veterans'           (The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a
services and transportation options.)                                          nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to
                                                                               educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free
Veterans Affairs, Oregon           Claims and            (503) 373-2085        of abuse and violence.
Department of                      Counseling                                  The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and
                                   Section                                     violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing
                                                                               respect and equality in all relationships!)
(State agency that advocates, counsels and assists Veterans in filing
claims. Provides free help for veterans, their dependents and survivors to
file claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits.)            Hands Are Not For Hurting International                  1-888-443-6299
                                                                               Project                   Office, located
Veterans Affairs, Oregon           Claims and           1-800-692-9666                                   in Salem
Department of                      Counseling                                  (The Hands and Words Are Not For Hurting Project (Hands Project) is a
                                   Section                                     nonprofit organization, founded in 1997 in Salem, Oregon, dedicated to
                                                                               educating children and adults about their moral and legal right to live free
(State agency that advocates, counsels and assists Veterans in filing
                                                                               of abuse and violence.
claims. Provides free help for veterans, their dependents and survivors to
                                                                               The Hands Project is an award winning, positive, effective abuse and
file claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits.)
                                                                               violence prevention education program for all ages...emphasizing
                                                                               respect and equality in all relationships!)
Veterans' Affairs, Oregon          State Office         1-800-828-8801
Department of                      Automated                                   VOLUNTEERS
                                   Phone System
(Administers Veterans programs through the Oregon state agency.)

VICTIMS                                                                        American Red Cross                 Willamette            (503) 585-5414
                                                                                                                  Chapter in
                                                                                                                  Salem
                                                                               (Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental
                                                                               health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.)



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VOLUNTEERS                                                                      Mid-Valley Youth for Christ Salem Office                  (503) 378-7830
                                                                                (Intervention and counseling services. Emotional encouragement and
                                                                                support to students who become pregnant. Religious message.)

Helping Hands Resources             Volunteer            (503) 364-9936         Mujeres Unidas (Women               Domestic              (503) 378-1572
                                    Services in                                 United)                             Violence
                                    Salem                                                                           Support Group
(All volunteer organization which provides free clothing to low-income                                              in Woodburn
individuals and families in the community, and small household                  (Support group for Spanish-speaking women who are in abusive
goods--bedding, cooking utensils are provided with a referral from              relationships. Offers information and counseling including shelters and
churches or local social service agencies. No referrals required.)              programs offering domestic violence support. Also offers child care
                                                                                during meetings. Groups meet in Salem and Woodburn.)

Marion County Volunteers            Salem                (503) 566-3997         Planned Parenthood         Salem Health                   (503) 363-8732
(Marion County volunteer coordinator places volunteers in positions in          Richards-Kreitzberg Center Center
county departments and programs.)                                               (No-cost-to-patient clinic for all basic reproductive health screening and
                                                                                contraceptive services; surgical abortion services up to 14 weeks and
Oregon Children's                   North Valley         (503) 385-4699
                                                                                medical abortions up to 9 weeks; no appointment necessary for annual
Foundation                          Start Making a                              exam; Pap smear, STI screening and treatment or other problem checks
                                    Reader Today                                for infections: walk-in hours; Mon and Wed 11:45am - 6:45pm; Tues and
                                    (SMART)                                     Thurs 8:45am 3:45pm.)
                                    Program in
                                    Salem                                       Tukwila Center for Health           Women's               (503) 982-4877
(Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each        and Medicine                        Health Center
week during the school year.)                                                                                       in Woodburn
                                                                                (Specialized medical, fitness, nutrition; education and support services
Oregon Children's                   North Valley         1-800-355-3999         for women of all ages; specialty physicians and certified nurse midwives
Foundation                          Start Making a                              provide a full range gynecology, obstetrics and well woman care for
                                    Reader Today                                women. Free transportation for patients to and from appointments to
                                    (SMART)                                     medical care at the center.)
                                    Program in
                                    Salem                                       Union Gospel Mission                Simonka Place         (503) 362-7487
(Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each        (UGM)
week during the school year.)                                                   (Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without
                                                                                children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three
Salem Police Department             Domestic             (503) 588-6499         meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and
                                                                                christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.)
                                    Violence                      x7116
                                    Response
                                    Team - Salem                                Young Women's Christian             ENCOREplus            (503) 581-9922
(On-scene response 24-hours a day with police to the scene of certain
                                                                                Association (YWCA) of
crimes. Outreach services provided to victims who access advocate               Salem
services by phone or on a walk-in basis.)                                       (Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program.)

Salem/Keizer Together               City of Salem        (503) 588-6261         Young Women's Christian             Resource              (503) 581-9922
Community Drug                      Department of                               Association (YWCA) of               Assistance
Prevention Program                  Community                                   Salem                               Program
                                    Services                                    (Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy,
(Volunteer positions for middle school after school programs to serve as        interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is
tutors, chaperone for a field trip, assist a program leader with sports,        offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and
drama, cooking, crafts.)                                                        Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.)

WOMENS SUPPORT SERVICES                                                         WORKERS COMPENSATION


Birthright of Salem                 Salem                (503) 585-2273         Workers Compensation                Salem                 (503) 947-7810
(Voluntary pregnancy aid service with alternatives to abortion. Services        Division
include free pregnancy tests, maternity and baby clothing, information on       (A division within the State Department of Consumer and Business
prenatal development, adoption, abortion. Refers to shelter for pregnant        Services, regulates the state's workers' compensaton system that pays
teens. Branches throughout the world.)                                          employees medical and disability benefits for work-related injuries and
                                                                                illnesses, helps them return to work, and helps protect employers from
                                                                                liability lawsuits.)
Michael the Arch Angel              Salem                (503) 581-2229
(Pro-life alternatives to abortion, counseling, free pregnancy tests.
Religious message.)




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WORKERS COMPENSATION                                                          Canyonview Camp                    Silverton            1-888-516-5655
                                                                              (Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East
                                                                              Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and
                                                                              indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding
Workers Compensation               State Office in       1-877-311-8061       etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility
Division                           Salem                                      and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf
(An independent agency within the State Department of Consumer                recreational facility is now complete.)
Services that provides timely and impartial resolution of disputes arising
under the Workers' Compensation Law and the Oregon Safe                       City of Salem                      Department of        (503) 588-6261
Employment Act.)                                                                                                 Community
                                                                                                                 Services
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT                                                             (Recreation programs offered by the City of Salem for children ages
                                                                              three - seventeen.)

4-H Youth Development              Marion County         (503) 588-5301       ECHO                               Salem                (503) 763-0660
                                   4-H Office                                 (The ECHO Youth Program empowers low income youth between the
(Non-competitive, group-oriented program allows youth to explore many         ages of 16-21 in the Salem-Keizer area by building their skills and
topics such as natural resources, community service, foods, science, art      reducing their barriers to Education, Work, Leadership, and Community.
and more.)                                                                    ECHO helps youth with finishing secondary school and then helps to
                                                                              prepare them for the workforce through case management, groups,
                                                                              internships, career exploration, and other opportunities.)
Boy Scouts of America -            Salem                 (503) 581-6601
Cascade Pacific Council                                                       Girl Scouts of Santiam             Regional             (503) 581-2451
(Provides educational programs for boys and young men and women to            Council                            Office in
develop character, learn the responsibilities of participating citizenship,
and develop personal fitness.)
                                                                                                                 Salem
                                                                              (A comprehensive youth development program for girls that helps
                                                                              develop self-esteem, values, decision making and leadership skills.)
Boys and Girls Club of             Eastwood              (503) 361-3081
Salem                              Branch
                                                                              Job Corps                          Admissions           (503) 589-4066
(After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12. This
program named "Best Boys and Girls Club in the World".)
                                                                                                                 and Placement
                                                                                                                 Office in
                                                                                                                 Salem
Boys and Girls Club of             Keizer Branch         (503) 304-1313
                                                                              (Hands-on youth job education and residential job training program;
Salem
                                                                              development and completion programs to get a willing young person on
(After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)                a career path. This office does admissions and placement for a
                                                                              six-county mid-valley area.)
Boys and Girls Club of             Knudson               (503) 581-7383
Salem                              Branch/Admini                              Mid-Valley Youth for Christ Salem Office                (503) 378-7830
                                   stration Salem                             (Intervention and counseling services. Emotional encouragement and
(After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)                support to students who become pregnant. Religious message.)

Boys and Girls Club of             Swegle Branch         (503) 391-1519       Mid-Willamette Valley              Stayton              (503) 769-3173
Salem                                                                         Community Action Agency            Community
(After school and summer programs for children grades 1 - 12.)
                                                                              of Marion and Polk                 Action
                                                                              Counties                           Resource
Boys and Girls Club of             Wipper Teen           (503) 561-7383                                          Center
Salem                              Center                                     (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and
                                                                              individuals. Operates five Resource Centers in Woodburn, Silverton,
(After school and summer programs for youth grades 7-12.)                     Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.)

Camp Fire USA - Willamette Salem                         (503) 581-0477       North Neighborhood                 Highland             (503) 856-7011
Council                                                                       Resource Center                    Neighborhood
(Youth development in co-educational blended age level groups and                                                in Salem
activities for both boy and girl youth in the community. Council serves a
                                                                              (One-stop social service integration community service delivery center:
four-county mid-valley area. Activities include mentoring, leadership
                                                                              Food stamp eligibility, welfare-to-work program, family-to-family foster
development, self reliance courses, environmental education and
                                                                              program and mental health counseling.)
recreational and social opportunities.)

Canyonview Camp                    Silverton             (503) 873-8296       Oasis Alternative                  South Salem          (503) 399-3252
                                                                              Education Program                  High School
(Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East
Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and           (On-site alternative education program that serves credit-deficient juniors
indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding    and seniors in a non-traditional setting. The program includes an
etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility     opportunity for community service experience. OASIS Pet Food Depot
and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf             distributes pet food and pet supplies throughout the Salem area to low
recreational facility is now complete.)                                       income pet owners. Students participate in many different activities
                                                                              related to this project)


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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT                                                       POWER Program                       Whiteaker             (503) 399-3224
                                                                                                            Middle School
                                                                        (The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
POWER Program                   Claggett             (503) 399-3701     after-school activities to choose from.)
                                Middle School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    Project J.E.M.                      Juvenile              (503) 584-4865
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                                                            Enrichment
                                                                                                            through
                                                                                                            Mentoring
POWER Program                   Crossler             (503) 399-3444
                                                                                                            Project
                                Middle School
                                                                        (Project JEM provides mentoring and support services for high-risk youth
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        and juvenile offenders in Marion County. Services include: Academic
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
                                                                        tutoring; Drug & alcohol prevention services; Violence prevention
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                        services; Service learning; and Exposure to secondary education.)

POWER Program                   Houck Middle         (503) 399-3446     Roberts High School At              Salem-Keizer          (503) 399-3105
                                School                                  Chemeketa                           Secondary
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the                                        Alternative
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
                                                                                                            Programs
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                        (Teen parent/pregnant teen or students by referral who can benefit from
                                                                        a smaller learning environment, public high school education program
POWER Program                   Howard Street        (503) 399-3408     serving students in Salem-Keizer School District.)
                                Charter School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the    Salem-Keizer Public                 Homeless              (503) 399-3353
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
                                                                        Schools                             Program
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                        (Assists homeless children in overcoming
                                                                        barriers to school attendence)
POWER Program                   Judson Middle        (503) 399-3201
                                School
                                                                        Salem/Keizer Together               City of Salem         (503) 588-6261
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        Community Drug                      Department of
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                Prevention Program                  Community
                                                                                                            Services
POWER Program                   Leslie Middle        (503) 399-3206     (Volunteer positions for middle school after school programs to serve as
                                                                        tutors, chaperone for a field trip, assist a program leader with sports,
                                School                                  drama, cooking, crafts.)
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                Sales of Tobacco to Minors Salem                          (503) 588-6261
                                                                        Prohibited (STOMP)         Department of
POWER Program                   Parrish Middle       (503) 399-3210                                Community
                                School                                                             Services
                                                                        (Students 15-17 years old with valid ID work in pairs accompanied by an
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        adult, attempt to purchase tobacco products. Positive reinforcement
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
                                                                        campaign that rewards clerks for checking ID and not selling tobacco
after-school activities to choose from.)
                                                                        products to underage youth.)

POWER Program                   Stephens             (503) 399-3442
                                                                        Teen Activity Network               City of Salem -       (503) 588-6261
                                Middle School
                                                                        (TAN)                               Department of
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                                                            Community
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                                                    Services
                                                                        (Collaboration of Salem-Keizer youth service agencies who meet
                                                                        monthly to address issues facing local teens. Activities may be found on
POWER Program                   Waldo Middle         (503) 399-3215     the web at www.cityofsalem.net.)
                                School
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
                                                                        The Spot                            Legion Park in        (503) 982-5286
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)                                                                    Woodburn
                                                                        (After-school Teen Center. Gathering spot offers positive supervised
                                                                        activities, opportunity for local teens; includes recreation, sports, art and
POWER Program                   Walker Middle        (503) 399-3220     community service. Goal is to reduce drug use among teens. Will include
                                School                                  drug education for middle schoolers. Some weekend activities and trips
                                                                        also planned.)
(The POWER Program is an after school program offered at each of the
Salem-Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive,
after-school activities to choose from.)



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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT


YMCA Teen Center                  IkeBox Media         (503) 381-6154
                                  of Salem
(Ikebox Media in downtown Salem offers a cyber cafe and production
studio that allows teens ages 14 to 19 to gain experience creating
professional productions such as employment training videos. Partners
include Salem-Keizer SD.)

Young Men's Christian             Camp Silver          (503) 399-2770
Association of the                Creek
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)
(Overnight summer camp for children grades 1 - 12. Safe, progressive,
well-rounded youth fun including boating, hiking, fishing, archery,
swimming, arts and crafts etc.)

Young Men's Christian             Marion and           (503) 581-9622
Association of the                Polk Counties
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)             in Salem
(Recreation, physical activity programs for all ages. Before and after
school activities; day and overnight camps, development programs and
enrichment classes. Member's nursery for kids from 6 weeks - 6 years at
no cost to members who are participating in a Y in-building activity
between 8:30am - Noon on Mon, Wed and Fri and between 5:30 -
8:00pm on Tue and Thurs.)

Young Men's Christian             Silverton            (503) 873-0205
Association of the
Mid-Willamette (YMCA)
(Youth programs, middle-school sports, recreation and aquatics
program. Manage city rental facilities. Outreach to underprivileged grade
school children.)

Young Women's Christian           YWCA Family          (503) 581-9922
Association (YWCA) of             Support
Salem                             Program
(Community-based family and parenting resource center offering
information, coordination and referral services to those within a
designated service area. Weekly Support groups for parents in English
and Spanish.)




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