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					       A family resource directory for
           East Multnomah County




               published by
        Mt. Hood Community College
   Child Development and Family Support
                 Programs

                a program of




       ~ Head Start ~ Early Head Start
     ~ Child Care ~ Parents As Teachers
~ Oregon Head Start ~ Child Care Resource &
         Referral of Multnomah County
                IMPORTANT NUMBERS
                    EMERGENCY NUMBERS:

Child Abuse Hotline                              (503) 731-3100
La Línea Única                                   (503) 232-4448
Multnomah County Crisis Line                     (503) 988-4888
       Toll Free                                 1-800-716-9769
Oregon Poison Center                             1-800-222-1222
Oregon State Police (Police Services Dispatch)   (503) 731-3030
Portland Women's Crisis Line                     (503) 235-5333
       Toll Free                                 1-888-235-5333


INTRODUCTION/HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE

The MHCC Where to Turn is community resource guide for
Mid and East Multnomah County. Students, staff and com-
munity members can find information about local agencies
that assist individuals in obtaining food, clothing, housing,
employment, medical services, legal assistance and many
other types of services.

To find the services you may go directly to that section ei-
ther by clicking on the link in the table of contents or by
opening the bookmarks to the left and clicking on the link
there. You may also conduct a search by holding down the
ctrl key & F at the same time and typing in the agency or
service that you’re looking for. The Appendix also lists spe-
cific types of assistance, such as “What to do if I get an
eviction notice”.

If you need any assistance in using this directory or would
like to order a hard copy for yourself or agency please con-
tact the CDFS department at 503-491-6111 or see page
154. Thank you!



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                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
                              ÍNDICE
                           ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ
♦   ADDICTIONS (INCLUDES DRUG & ALCOHOL) .................. 6
    ADICCIONES (incluye drogas y alcohol)
    СКЛОННОСТЬ (К НАРКОТИКАМ И АЛКОГОЛЮ)
         OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PROGRAMS...................... 6
         PROGRAMAS PARA PACIENTES CON TRATAMIENTO POR EL DÍA
         ПРОГРАММЫ АМБУЛАТОРНОГО ЛЕЧЕНИЯ
         RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS..................... 10
         PROGRAMAS DE TRATAMIENTO EN LA RESIDENCIA
         ПРОГРАММЫ ЛЕЧЕНИЯ С ГОСПИТАЛИЗАЦИЕЙ
         STOP SMOKING .............................................................. 11
         TRATAMIENTOS PARA DEJAR DE FUMAR
         ПРЕКРАЩЕНИЕ КУРЕНИЯ
         SUPPORT GROUPS ........................................................ 12
         GRUPOS DE APOYO
         ГРУППЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ
♦   ADULT EDUCATION / JOB TRAINING ................................. 15
    EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS/ENTRENAMIENTOS PARA TRABAJOS
    ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
♦   CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES ............................ 20
    LOS SERVICIOS DE PREVENCIÓN AL ABUSO INFANTIL
    УСЛУГИ ПО ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЮ ЖЕСТОКОГО ОБРАЩЕНИЯ С ДЕТЬМИ
♦   CHILD CARE........................................................................... 21
    CUIDADO DE NIÑOS
    ОХРАНА ДЕТСТВА / ДЕТСКИЕ САДЫ
♦   COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH ....................................... 23
    ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
         AGENCIES ....................................................................... 23
         AGENCIAS
         АГЕНТСТВА
         SUPPORT GROUPS ........................................................ 29
         GRUPOS DE APOYO
         ГРУППЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ
♦   CRIME PREVENTION............................................................. 32
    PREVENCIÓN AL CRIMEN
    ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЕ ПРЕСТУПЛЕНИЙ
♦   CULTURALLY SPECIFIC SERVICES.................................... 32
    SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
    МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
♦   DENTAL CARE ....................................................................... 38
    CUIDADO DENTAL
    СТОМАТОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ КЛИНИКИ
♦   DISABILITIES / SPEECH SERVICES .................................... 41
    DISCAPACIDADES/SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
    ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ

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                               ÍNDICE
                            ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ
♦   DOMESTIC VIOLENCE .......................................................... 49
    VIOLENCIA DOMÉSTICA
    НАСИЛИЕ В СЕМЬЕ
♦   EMERGENCY SERVICES ...................................................... 53
    SERVICIOS DE EMERGENCIA
    ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫЕ СЛУЧАИ
         AGENCIES (MULTI-SERVICE)........................................ 53
         AGENCIAS (MULTISERVICIOS)
         АГЕНТСТВА (РАЗНОСТОРОННИЕ)
         CLOTHING / HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ................................. 60
         ROPAS/COSAS PARA EL HOGAR
         ОДЕЖДА / ДОМАШЯЯ УТВАРЬ
         FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE / UTILITIES .......................... 61
         ASISTENCIA FINANCIERA/UTILIDADES
         ФИНАНСОВАЯ ПОМОЩЬ / ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯ КОММУНАЛЬНОГО
         ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЯ
         FOOD ................................................................................ 65
         COMIDA
         ПРОДОВОЛЬСТВИЕ
         HOUSING ......................................................................... 68
         ALOJAMIENTO
         КОММУНАЛЬНОЕ ЖИЛЬЕ
         THRIFT STORES.............................................................. 74
         TIENDAS QUE VENDE ARTÍCULOS DE SEGUNDA MANO CON FINES BE-
         NÉFICOS
         КОММИССИОННЫЕ МАГАЗИНЫ
♦   EMPLOYMENT ....................................................................... 76
    EMPLEO
    ТРУДОВАЯ ЗАНЯТОСТЬ
♦   HEAD START PROGRAMS / AREA SCHOOL DISTRICTS . 78
    PROGRAMAS DE HEAD START/AREAS DE LOS DISTRITOS DE LAS ESCUELAS
    ПРОГРАММЫ ДОШКОЛЬНОГО ВОСПИТАНИЯ /Head Start/ ШКОЛЬНЫЕ
    РАЙОНЫ
♦   HEALTH / NUTRITION ........................................................... 81
    SALUD/NUTRICíON
    ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
         VISION .............................................................................. 91
         VISTA
         ЗРЕНИЕ
♦   HOLIDAY REFERRALS ......................................................... 93
    RELACIONAR PARA RECURSOS POR EL DÍA DE GRACIAS Y NAVIDAD
    ПРАЗДНИЧНЫЕ ПОДАРКИ
♦   HOTLINES & WEBSITES ....................................................... 94
    LÍNEAS DIRECTAS Y SITIOS DE INTERNET
    ЭКСТРЕННЫЕ ТЕЛЕФОНЫ, СПИСКИ ВЕБСАЙТОВ
♦   INFANT/TODDLER & PRENATAL......................................... 103

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                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
                               ÍNDICE
                            ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ
    INFANTILES/NIÑOS PEQUENOS Y PRENATAL
    МЛАДЕНЕЦ/МАЛЫШ & И ДОРОДОВОЕ ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЕ
♦   LEGAL SERVICES / ADVOCACY.......................................... 110
    SERVICIOS LEGALES/CONSEJERIA
    ЮРИДИЧЕСКИЕ УСЛУГИ / АДВОКАТУРА
♦   MEDICAL                               See Health and Nutrition/Dental Care
    SERVICIOS MEDICOS                     Busca Salud y Nutrición/Cuidado Dental
    МЕДИЦИНА                              См. Здоровье/еда и Стомотологические клиники
♦   PARENTING............................................................................ 116
    COMO SER BUENOS PADRES
    ВОСПИТАНИЕ
♦   PUBLIC SERVICE DEPARTMENTS ...................................... 121
    DEPARTAMENTOS DE SERVICIOS PUBLICOS
    ОТДЕЛЫ ГОРОДСКОГО ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЯ
♦   TRANSPORTATION ............................................................... 122
    TRANSPORTACIÓN
    ТРАНСПОРТ
♦   YOUTH SERVICES / RECREATION ...................................... 123
    SERVICIOS PARA LA JUVENTUD/RECREACIÓN
    УСЛУГИ ДЛЯ МОЛОДЕЖИ / КУЛЬТУРНЫЙ ОТДЫХ

APPENDICES
APENDICES
ПРИЛОЖЕНИЯ

♦   HOW TO APPLY FOR THE OREGON HEALTH PLAN ........ 129
    COMO APLICAR PARA EL PLAN DE SALUD DE OREGON
    КАК ЗАПИСАТЬСЯ НА ОРЕГОНСКИЙ ПЛАН ЗДОРОВЬЯ
♦   HOW TO GET A RESTRAINING ORDER.............................. 142
    QUE HACER PARA OBTENER UNA ORDEN DE RESTRICCÍON
    КАК ПОДАТЬ ЗАЯВЛЕНИЕ НА ПРЕСЕЧЕНИЕ ПРЕСЛЕДОВАНИЙ СО СТОРОНЫ
    ДРУГИХ ЛИЦ
♦   I DON’T THINK I’M GETTING ADEQUATE SERVICES FROM AN
    AGENCY ................................................................................. 140
    CREO QUE NO ESTOY RECIBIENDO UN BUEN SERVICIO EN ESTA AGENCIA
    Я НЕ ДУМАЮ, ЧТО Я ПОЛУЧАЮ АДЕКВАТНЫЕ УСЛУГИ ОТ АГЕНТСТВА
♦   I WANT TO CHANGE MY NAME OR MY CHILD’S NAME ... 141
    QUIERO CAMBIAR MI NOMBRE O EL NOMBRE DE MI HIJO/A
    Я ХОЧУ ИЗМЕНИТЬ МОЕ ИМЯ ИЛИ ИМЯ МОЕГО РЕБЕНКА
♦   INDEX...................................................................................... 148
    INDICE
    ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
♦   JOB OPPORTUNITIES WITH HEAD START ........................ 146
    OPORTUNIDADES DE TRABAJO EN HEAD START
    ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ РАБОТЫ НА HEAD START

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                  TABLE OF CONTENTS
                        ÍNDICE
                     ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ
♦   LIKE THIS BOOK/WANT MORE?                                  158
    ME GUSTA ESTE LIBRO/¿QUIERE COPIAS?
    НРАВИТСЯ ЭТА КНИГА / МОЖНО ЗАКАЗАТЬ В БОЛЬШЕМ КОЛ-ВЕ?
♦   NOTES                                                      159
    NOTAS
    ПРИМЕЧАНИЯ
♦   VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES WITH HEAD START                    145
    OPORTUNIDADES DE COMO SER VOLUNTARIO EN HEAD START
    РАБОТА ДОБРОВОЛЬЦЕМ В HEAD START
♦   WHAT IF I GET AN EVICTION NOTICE?                          137
    ¿QUE PASA SI RECIBO UNA NOTA DE SALIDA DE MI RESIDENCIA?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ Я ПОЛУЧИЛ УВЕДОМЛЕНИЕ О ВЫСЕЛЕНИИ?
♦   WHAT IF I HAVE NO FOOD AND NO MONEY?                       130
    ¿QUE PASA SI NO TENGO COMIDA O DINERO?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ У МЕНЯ НЕТ НИКАКОГО ПРОДОВОЛЬСТВИЯ ИЛИ ДЕНЕГ?
♦   WHAT IF I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH MY LANDLORD?                  139
    ¿QUE PASA SI TENGO PROBLEMAS CON EL DUEÑO DE LA RESIDENCIA?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ У МЕНЯ ПРОБЛЕМЫ С ХОЗЯИНОМ КВАРТИРЫ?
♦   WHAT IF I LOSE MY JOB?                                     131
    ¿QUE PASA SI PIERDO MI TRABAJO?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ Я ПОТЕРЯЛ РАБОТУ?
♦   WHAT IF I NEED A DOCTOR OR A DENTIST?                      133
    ¿QUE PASA SI NECESITO UN DOCTOR O UN DENTISTA?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ Я НУЖДАЮСЬ В ДОКТОРЕ ИЛИ ДАНТИСТЕ?
♦   WHAT IF I NEED EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE?                     135
    ¿QUE PASA SI NECESITO ASISTENCIA MEDICA DE EMERGENCIA?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ Я НУЖДАЮСЬ В ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНОЙ МЕДИЦИНСКОЙ
    ПОМОЩИ?
♦   WHAT IF THE UTILITY COMPANY THREATENS TO SHUT OFF
    MY ELECTRICITY?                              135
    ¿QUE PASA SI UNA COMPAÑIA DE UTILIDAD TE AMENAZA CON CORTAR TU
    ELECTRICIDAD?
    ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ СЕРВИСНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ УГРОЖАЕТ ОТКЛЮЧЕНИЕМ
    ЭЛЕКТРИЧЕСТВА?
♦   WHERE TO TURN UPDATE                                       157
    DONDE IR PUESTA AL DÍA
    ОБНОВЛЕНИЕ ДАННЫХ В КНИГЕ “КУДА ОБРАЩАТЬСЯ”




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                          ADDICTIONS
                          ADICCIONES
                         СКЛОННОСТЬ
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT PROGRAMS
PROGRAMAS PARA PACIENTES CON TRATAMIENTO POR EL DíA
ПРОГРАММЫ АМБУЛАТОРНОГО ЛЕЧЕНИЯ

Cascadia Behavioral Health Care – Addictions Treatment Services
(503) 230-9654 (Drug/Alcohol Addiction Intake)
2415 SE 43rd, Suite 200 Portland 97206
(503) 661-5455 400 NE 7th Gresham
(503) 283-3763 5432 N. Albina
(503) 253-6754 131 NE 102nd Youth Treatment Program
(503) 674–7777 Mental Health Intake
Monday - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Alcohol and drug treatment, integrated treatment – mental health, alco-
hol & drug, GBLT programs and gambling treatment at 43rd location.
Accepts all OHP Plus contracts with Care Oregon, Family Care, insur-
ance, sliding fee scale.
Web Site: www.cascadiabhc.org
» INTERPETERS AVAILABLE FOR ALL LANGUAGES

Central City Concern Health Services
(503) 228-4533 727 W Burnside, Portland 97209
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Services include conventional medical care, acupuncture treatment,
naturopathic health treatments, crisis intervention, and alcohol and drug
counseling. Sliding fee scale. Accepts some Oregon Health Plans. Call
for specifics.

Change Point
(503) 253-5954 1949 SE 122nd Ave. Portland
(503) 253-5954 Howard Johnson Inn 1572 NE Burnside Rd. Gresham
(503) 988-4882 Willamette Crisis Line
Mailing Address: PO Box 92067 Portland 97292
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Morning Groups: 10-12, Evening Groups 5-7 p.m. & 7-9 p.m.. Outpa-
tient substance abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention for
adult males, gender specific groups, intensive outpatient. Fee varies,
some sliding scale fees.
Methamphetamine Matrix, Spanish group meets 1 - 3 p.m., Monday,
Thursday & Friday, 5 - 7:30 p.m., English group meets Monday, Tues-
day & Thursday, 10 - 12a.m. & Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:30 -
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                           ADDICTIONS
                           ADICCIONES
                          СКЛОННОСТЬ
6:30 p.m.. Methamphetamine treatment for addicts, free to clients who
live in Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.changepointinc.com
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ

CODA/Alpha Family Treatment
(503) 465-9523 Outpatient 1027 E. Burnside, Portland 97214
(503) 761-6001 1427 SE 182nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 761-6006 Men’s Residential
(503) 761-6005 Woman’s Residential
Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. for inquiries.
Provides residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment offering
short and long term intensive treatment. Multifaceted treatment center
addressing a multitude of addiction and recovery issues, and DUII out-
patient treatment. Fee varies, inquire about sliding fee scale, adults and
parents of children who have chemical dependency issues.
» ESPAÑOL

De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
(503) 535-1151 Adults 1312 SW Washington St. PO Box 3007 Port-
land 97208
(503) 535-1181 Youth 12-21 yr. 4310 NE Killingsworth Portland 97218
Monday - Friday 8 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Residential and outpatient chemical dependency care. Available to eve-
ryone, fee varies based on client’s needs.
Web Site: www.depaultreatmentcenters.org

Hooper Memorial Detoxification Center
(503) 238-2067 20 NE MLK Jr. Blvd. Portland 97232
Open 7 days a week, 24 hours
Medical detoxification center. Acupuncture treatment for withdrawal.
Sliding fee scale, no one will be turned away for inability to pay. Must
be there at 7:30 a.m. to check in. Sobering station open 24 hours for
those need to “Sober up”. Medically monitored, free to Multnomah
County residents. Out of state patient fee: $722
» ESPAÑOL          » Will provide intrepreter for other languages

LifeWorks NW
(503) 234-3400 4531 SE Belmont Suite 300, Portland 97215

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                          ADDICTIONS
                          ADICCIONES
                         СКЛОННОСТЬ
(503) 645-9010 to schedule an appointment
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Adult outpatient mental health services providing individual and group
counseling, outpatient and in-home child and family mental health ser-
vices, tobacco and other drug prevention and treatment services for
youth ages 12 - 21. Family and Community alliance provides family
support services for families who have been reported for suspected
child abuse who desire voluntary support. Client eligibility and fees
vary. Other various programs through Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.lifeworksnw.org
» ESPAÑOL

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
(503) 727-3733 24-hour hotline PO Box 42453 Portland 97242
Free self-help group for addict with sincere desire to stay clean. Many
weekly meetings. Call for times and locations. Meetings available in
English and Spanish
Web Site: www.portlandna.com
» ESPAÑOL

NARA Outpatient Chemical Dependency
(503) 231-2641 1631 SW Columbia, Portland 97201
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. - Business/ 5 – 8 p.m. - Groups
Groups and individual sessions for people with alcohol and/or drug de-
pendencies. Accepts OHP, and Native American's open card.
Web Site: www.naranorthwest.org

OHSU Behavioral Health Clinic
(503) 494-4745 621 SW Alder # 520, Portland 97205
Mental health and addictions counseling - individual and group. OHP
accepted for drug and alcohol treatment only . Limited number of sliding
fee slots available.
» ASL or other assistance for hearing impaired » CAMBODIAN
» CHINESE » FRENCH » LAOTION » VIETNAMESE

Oregon Partnerships
(503) 244-5211 6443 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Portland 97221
1-800- 923-HELP (4357) Helpline 1-877-515-7848 Spanish Helpline
1-877- 553-TEEN (8336) Youthline
1-800- 273-TALK (8255) Suicide Prevention
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                           ADDICTIONS
                           ADICCIONES
                          СКЛОННОСТЬ
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Resource Library)
Statewide non-profit program promoting healthy children and communi-
ties through drug and alcohol awareness prevention programs and a 24
hour crisis line for treatment and referrals. Resource library is open to
all to educate on the dangers of substance abuse. Materials also avail-
able in Spanish. All lines open 24 hrs a day/7 days a week.
Web Site: www.orpartnership.org
» ESPAÑOL

Providence Chemical Dependency
(503) 574-9200 5228 NE Hoyt, Bldg. B, Portland 97213
24 hrs., Dual Diagnosis/Detox: 24 hrs.
Outpatient: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Detox/Residential and outpatient services treatment. 2 locations: Provi-
dence Portland Medical Center, outpatient services at St. Vincent’s.
Medical cards accepted, covered by most insurance plans. Will arrange
payment plans. Call intake first for more information about services and
insurance plan acceptance.
» Some interpretation available over the phone

SMART Recovery (Self Management & Recovery Training)
(503) 699-5197 4550 Kruse Way, Lake Oswego, 97035
Self-help group for people who want to abstain from alcohol or other
mood altering substances but who do not want to declare themselves
powerless over their problems or turn their life over to a “higher power”.
Call for meeting times and locations or see website for information.
Web Site: www.smartrecovery.org

Triangle Project, a program of Cascadia Behavioral Health Care
(503) 230-9654 2415 SE 43rd # 200 Portland, 97206
Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Outpatient chemical dependency treatment for LGBTQ (gay, lesbian, bi,
transsexual or queer) adults. Specialized treatment group for gay and
bisexual men involved with methamphetamine. Serves gay, lesbian, bi,
transsexual, queer and questioning adults eligible for outpatient chemi-
cal dependency treatment. Accepts some insurance OHP, Ryan White
Funds, self-pay, sliding scale, and low income Multnomah County resi-
dents may qualify for treatment.
Web Site: www.triangleprojectoregon.org


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                          ADICCIONES
                         СКЛОННОСТЬ
Unity Recovery Service Club - URS Inc.
(503) 253-9321 17200 SE Stark St. Portland 97233
Monday - Sunday, Sun: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m., Mon-Thurs: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.,
Fri: 6 a.m. - Midnight., Sat: 7 a.m. - midnight
A clean and sober 12-step recovery club for anyone who is seeking re-
covery. Socializing, snack-bar, 12-Step meetings, social events, sum-
mer patio, non-smoking club with a smoking section outside on covered
patio. Membership fee is $12 per month, visitors and guests are wel-
come without fee.

RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS
PROGRAMAS DE TRATAMIENTO EN LA RESIDENCIA
ПРОГРАММЫ ЛЕЧЕНИЯ С ГОСПИТАЛИЗАЦИЕЙ

CODA/Alpha Family Treatment
(503) 465-9523 Outpatient 1027 E. Burnside, Portland 97214
(503) 761-6001 1427 SE 182nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 761-6006 Men’s Residential
(503) 761-6005 Woman’s Residential
Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. for inquiries.
Provides residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment offering
short and long term intensive treatment. Multifaceted treatment center
addressing a multitude of addiction and recovery issues, and DUII out-
patient treatment. Fee varies, inquire about sliding fee scale, adults and
parents of children who have chemical dependency issues.
» ESPAÑOL

De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.
(503) 535-1151 Adults 1312 SW Washington St. PO Box 3007 Port-
land 97208
(503) 535-1181 Youth 12-21 yr. 4310 NE Killingsworth Portland 97218
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Residential and outpatient chemical dependency care. Available to eve-
ryone, fee varies based on client’s needs.
Web Site: www.depaultreatmentcenters.org

Letty Owings Center
(503) 235-3546 2545 NE Flanders, Portland 97232
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
Nine to twelve month Residential alcohol/drug treatment program. Ser-
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                           ADICCIONES
                          СКЛОННОСТЬ
vices for Pregnant women and women with children under 5 yrs. Fee:
may have OHP Plus and Sliding scale.

Providence Chemical Dependency
(503) 574-9200 5228 NE Hoyt, Bldg. B, Portland 97213
24 hrs., Dual Diagnosis/Detox: 24 hrs.
Outpatient: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 8:45 p.m.
Detox/Residential and outpatient services treatment. 2 locations: Provi-
dence Portland Medical Center, outpatient services at St. Vincent’s.
Medical cards accepted, covered by most insurance plans. Will arrange
payment plans. Call intake first for more information about services and
insurance plan acceptance.
» Some interpretation available over the phone

Teen Challenge
(503) 230-1910 3121 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland 97232
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Christian Drug and alcohol residential program, 12 - 14 month treatment
program. Serves males 18 years and older

STOP SMOKING
TRATAMIENTOS PARA DEJAR DE FUMAR
ПРЕКРАЩЕНИЕ КУРЕНИЯ

Adventist Health Referral Services - Becoming Smoke Free and
Staying Smoke Free
(503) 256-4000 10123 SE Market Portland 97216
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Pre-register, meets two Mondays in a row 6-8 p.m. in conference room
adjacent to cafeteria of Adventist hospital. $30 registration.
Smoke Free Support Group meets Mondays, 7-8 p.m. in conference
room adjacent to cafeteria of Adventist Hospital. Free, open to public.
Web Site: www.adventisthealthnw.com

American Lung Association of Oregon
(503) 924-4094 / 1-800-LUNG-USA (5874-872)
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
7420 SW Bridgeport Rd. Suite 200 Tigard, 97224
Programs related to lung health
Web Site: www.lungoregon.org
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Nicotine Anonymous
(503) 323-2110 Portland 7425 SW 52nd Ave.
Call for group locations and times.

Oregon Tobacco Quit Line
(877) 270-7867 Spanish: (877) 266-3863
Information and referral for quitting tobacco.
Web Site: www.oregonquitline.org

SUPPORT GROUPS
GRUPOS DE APOYO
ГРУППЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ

A Better Way Counseling Center
(503) 226-9061 818 NW. 17th Ave Suite 8 Portland 97209
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Outpatient eating disorder program. Team approach utilizing doctors,
dietitians, art therapists. Focus on the root of the compulsion. Free sup-
port groups, family therapy encouraged. 2 free support groups. Fees for
Therapy: Group$50, Individual $110, Family $125.
Web Site: www.abwcounseling.com

Adventist Health Referral Services - Becoming Smoke Free and
Staying Smoke Free
(503) 256-4000 10123 SE Market Portland 97216
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Pre-register, meets two Mondays in a row 6-8 p.m. in conference room
adjacent to cafeteria of Adventist hospital. $30 registration.
Smoke Free Support Group meets Monday evening, 7-8 p.m. in con-
ference room adjacent to cafeteria of Adventist Hospital. Free, open to
the public
Web Site: www.adventisthealthnw.com

Al-Anon/Al-Ateen
(503) 292-1333 1750 SW Skyline Blvd. Suite 133 Portland 97221
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (office hours)
Hope and support for friends and families who are affected by someone
else’s drinking through attendance at support meetings. We have Al-
Ateen for ages 11 – 20 and Al-Anon for adults, GBLT, Spanish and ASL
groups. We offer meeting locations, literature and during office hours
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there are staff people available to speak with.
Web Site: www.al-anonportlandoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL      » Literature available in other languages

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
(503) 223-8569 1212 SE Division, Portland 97202
7 days a week, 24-hour hotline
Serves clients who have a desire to stop drinking. We refer people to
the nearest AA meeting. Free self-help groups for alcoholics. Call for
meeting times and locations. Latina meetings available.
Web Site: www.pdxaa.com

Alcoholics Victorious
(503) 245-9629 PO Box 10364, Portland, 97210
7 days a week, 24 hours
Serves anyone with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Free Christian
non-denominational 12 step program. Call for time and location of
group nearest you.

Cocaine Anonymous
(503) 256-1666 or 1-800-NO-CAINE (662-2463)
Serves cocaine addicts/anyone who wants to stop. Free self-help group
for recovering cocaine users. 12-step program - same model as AA.
Call for meeting times and locations.
Web Site: www.caorwa.org         &       www.caofvancouver.org

Change Point
(503) 253-5954 1949 SE 122nd Ave. Portland
(503) 253-5954 Howard Johnson Inn 1572 NE Burnside Rd. Gresham
(503) 988-4882 Willamette Crisis Line
Mailing Address: PO Box 92067 Portland 97292
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Morning Groups: 10-12, Evening Groups 5-7 p.m.& 7-9 p.m.
Outpatient substance abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention
for adult males, gender specific groups, intensive outpatient. Fee var-
ies, some sliding scale fees.
Methamphetamine Matrix, Spanish group meets 1 - 3 p.m., Monday,
Thursday & Friday, 5 - 7:30 p.m., English group meets Monday, Tues-
day & Thursday, 10 - 12a.m. & Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:30 -
6:30p.m.. Methamphetamine treatment for addicts, free to clients who

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      ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
month, energy assistance and employment programs.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ        » ROMANIAN

Oregon Literacy Inc.
1-800-322-8715 1001 SW Fifth Avenue, Ste. 320, Portland OR, 97204
(503) 244-3898 (Bookstore)
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
A referral service for Oregonians needing help in improving their basic
reading, writing, spelling & math skills. Citizenship classes, literacy re-
sources for children and families learner web/online resources. Pre-
preparation for GED, or learn ESL. (Bookstore stocks publications for
basic skills, GED & ESL). Also a referral service for those who want to
help adult learners. Services for Adults & 16 yrs. - Adult. No fee.
Web Site: www.oregonliteracy.org

Mt. Hood Community College:
(503) 491-6422 26000 SE Stark, Gresham, 97030
(503) 491-6923 V/TDD (503) 491-7670 Disabilities Accommodations
made for disabled students in the classroom and on field trips. Sign lan-
guage interpreters can be arranged.
(503) 491-7333 ESL classes (503) 491-7675 Spanish Line (en Espa-
nol): (English as a second language): Non-native English speakers
learn to speak, read, write and understand English.
(503) 491-7333 GED Provides English language GED classes
(503) 491-7675 GED-Spanish Provides GED instruction in Spanish for
the Spanish GED tests.
(503) 491-7645 Human Resources JOBLINE: Recorded list of employ-
ment opportunities.
(503) 491-7290 Humanities - Department of English, Reading, Speech,
Journalism, Modern Language, Writing, room 2450: Assists adults with
reading, writing and some study skills, must make an appointment.
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(503) 491-7108 Learning Assistance Center: Provides academic sup-
port through tutoring, learning skills support and computer support -
contact Heather Lang.
(503) 491-7641 Project YESS: Youth education and employment pro-
gram designed to help you prepare for the GED examination, establish
career goals, find a job, and transition to college classes, will work with
people who have finished an ESL course. We provide a comfortable,
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live in Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.changepointinc.com
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ


CODA/Alpha Family Treatment
(503) 465-9523 Outpatient 1027 E. Burnside, Portland 97214
(503) 761-6001 1427 SE 182nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 761-6006 Men’s Residential
(503) 761-6005 Woman’s Residential
Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. for inquiries.
Provides residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment offering
short and long term intensive treatment. Multifaceted treatment center
addressing a multitude of addiction and recovery issues, and DUII out-
patient treatment. Fee varies, inquire about sliding fee scale, adults and
parents of children who have chemical dependency issues.
» ESPAÑOL

East County Alano Club
(503) 661-4734 1015 NE Roberts Gresham, 97060
Monday- Fri: 12 a.m. - 1 p.m., 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Sat:
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., 12 - 1 p.m., 3 - 4 p.m., 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Speak-
ers meeting: 8 - 9:30 p.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., 12 - 1 p.m.,
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Al-Ateen meeting Thursdays 7:30-8:30; Al-Anon meet-
ing Tuesday 7:30 - 8:30. Many 12-step recovery meetings offered. Call
for times and locations.
» ESPAÑOL

Gamblers Anonymous
(503) 233-5888
Self-help groups for gamblers. Call for times and locations. Family and
friends can call for information.

MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving (Multnomah Co. Chapter)
(503) 723-5040 24 hrs. 1-800-GETMADD (438-6233)
Mailing: PO Box 670 Portland 97024
405 W. Arlington Gladstone, 97027
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
MADD’s mission is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this vio-
lent crime and prevent underage drinking. Free membership.
Web Site: www.madd.org
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Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
(503) 727-3733 24-hour hotline PO Box 42453 Portland 97242
Free self-help group for addict with sincere desire to stay clean. Many
weekly meetings. Call for times and locations. Meetings available in
English and Spanish
Web Site: www.portlandna.com
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Problem Gambling Helpline
1-800-233-8479 or 1-877-278-6766 24 hour crisis line.
Mailing address: PO Box 7125 Eugene 97401
No cost for gamblers or their families. Serves clients that have prob-
lems with gambling and family members affected by gambling who live
or gamble in Oregon. Offers counseling, provides referrals to agencies
that provide counseling and treatment to gamblers and their families.
Phone services for gambling counselors 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week.
» ESPAÑOL       (Helpline available in Spanish)
» ESPAÑOL       » SE ASIAN (Agencies available in these languages)

Overeaters Anonymous
(503) 254-5658
Self-help groups for compulsive eating. 12 step program. Most meet-
ings open to all, members must have a desire to stop compulsive eat-
ing. Call for meeting times and locations or visit the website. Voluntary
donations.
Web Site: www.oregon-oa.org

SMART Recovery (Self Management & Recovery Training)
(503) 699-5197 4550 Kruse Way, Lake Oswego, 97035
Self-help group for people who want to abstain from alcohol or other
mood altering substances but who do not want to declare themselves
powerless over their problems or turn their life over to a “higher power”.
Call for meeting times and locations or see website for information.
Web Site: www.smartrecovery.org




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   EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS/ENTRENAMIENTOS PARA TRABAJOS
      ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
» ESPAÑOL      »   РУССКИЙ   » HMONG      » LAOTION

FASCETS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consultation Education and
Training Services)
(503) 621-1271 15500-L NW Ferry Road Portland 97231-1331
Hours and services vary by request
Non-profit organization providing community education, workshops,
seminars, professional development, consultation and program devel-
opment. Direct services for individuals & families
Web Site: www.fascets.org

Helensview School
(503) 262-4150 8678 NE Sumner St. Portland 97220
Monday - Friday (Student hours) 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Serves youth aged 12 - 21 who benefit from a specialized alternative
setting. Diploma-based comprehensive academic, social and career
support offered. Most appropriate for pregnant and parenting youth,
youth on probation, parole and/or youth struggling or out of school.
Childcare on-site. Serves clients referred from counselor.
» ESPAÑOL

Human Solutions
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12 & 1 - 5 p.m.
We have housing for homeless and low income families and case man-
agement, short-term intervention, and information and referral. Life
skills classes, lottery-based rental assistance before the first of each
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      ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
stimulating learning environment where you and your needs are taken
seriously. To qualify you must be 16-21 years of age, have left high
school and in need of a GED, meet income guidelines, have a great
desire to be employed and/or continue education/training beyond GED
(503) 491-7680 Transiciones: Serves Hispanic single parents and
homemakers. Career and life planning program, which helps students
develop career goals and be prepared for college or job training pro-
grams. Limited assistance is available for child care, transportation,
books, tuition and fees. To be eligible for this program students must
have English skills at ESL 94 or higher. » ESPAÑOL
(503) 491-7680 Transitions Program: Provides career planning and
college preparation services for single parents, displaced homemakers
and non-native English speaking women. Participants take classes that
help them build life skills, get to know college programs and resources,
develop a career plan, and begin job skills training. The long term goal
of the program is to help participants get jobs that pay a living wage and
allow them to be financially self-sufficient. Special services available for
women preparing for health careers. Financial aid available for fees.
(503) 491-6948 Volunteer Literacy Tutoring Program:
Call Tuesday & Thursday 2 - 6 p.m.
Provides help for individuals wanting to learn how to speak English and
those wanting to learn how to read. We provide basic English and read-
ing classes for beginners only. Free
Web Site: www.mhcc.edu

Mt. Hood Community College @ Maywood Park
(503) 491-6100 10100 NE Prescott, Portland 97220
Services provided at Maywood Park: Registration for Maywood and
Gresham campus, Business office, bookstore for Maywood classes,
ESL program. Courses at Maywood Park provide opportunities for job
and career training, vocational studies, skills upgrading, cultural aware-
ness, leisure time activities and personal enrichment.
(503) 491-6122 Community Skills Center: Register and begin self-
paced classes anytime during the year, take up to10 weeks
to complete. Non credit courses offerings include: beginning to ad-
vanced computer classes (self-paced or instructor led), keyboarding,
medical terminology, medical coding, and general office skills courses.
Open 7 days a week: Monday & Wednesday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Tues-
day & Thursday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m., Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday. 9
a.m. - 1 p.m., Sunday. 12 - 4 p.m. Instructors available onsite to assist

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      ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
you with your coursework.
(503) 256-0432 Steps To Success 1415 SE 122nd Ave, 97233
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday Eve 5 – 8 p.m.
Quality services to assist families with self-sufficiency and family stabil-
ity. Services to clients who receive TANF, Food Stamps, OHP, ERDC
and Mt. Hood Community College Child Development and Family Sup-
port Programs. Services include: Adult Basic Education classes, career
focus, job search classes, job retention services, employability classes,
resource center, teen parent services, short term training classes, par-
enting classes via Mt. Hood Community College Child Development
and Family Support Programs, mental health & drug and alcohol treat-
ment services and work experience.
(503) 669-7112 Worksource Portland Metro East Workforce Con-
nections 19421 SE Stark St. Portland 97233
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:45pm
Employment assistance program. Job search assistance, workshops,
full service career center. To access please attend a weekly information
session: General information sessions are Mondays at 9:00am or
Thursdays at 1:00 p.m., information session for limited English is
Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m.. Web Site: www.eastcountyonestop.org
Web Site: www.mhcc.edu
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ » VIETNAMESE

Ore. Human Development Corp./National Farmworker Jobs Prog.
(503) 666-3009 18448 SE Pine Portland 97233
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., 1 - 5 p.m.
Employment and training services for individuals who have worked in
agriculture in the last two years, who have documentation to work and
are low income. Serves farmworkers with legal documents.
Web Site: www.ohdc.org
» ESPAÑOL

PCC Adult Basic Skills Division
(503) 788-6255 (503) 244-6111 2305 SE 82nd Ave. Portland 97280
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Provides Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, Volun-
teer Literacy and Tutoring. Fee varies.
» Several languages available


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   EDUCACIÓN PARA ADULTOS/ENTRENAMIENTOS PARA TRABAJOS
      ОБУЧЕНИЕ ВЗРОСЛЫХ / ОБУЧЕНИЕ РАБОТЕ
Portland Habilitation Center
(503) 261-1266 5312 NE 148th, Portland 97230
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Training and employment opportunities. Janitorial training, clerical pool,
light production and landscape. Also HUD and Affordable Housing.
Serves adults with documented disabilities.
Web Site: www.phcnw.com
» ESPAÑOL » VIETNAMESE

SE Works Neighborhood Jobs Center
(503) 772-2300 6927 SE Foster Rd. Portland 97266
Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Self-served course: access to computers, fax, typewriters and college
information in resource room. Intensive course: must go through a proc-
ess to get referrals, GED preparation and ESL counseling. Also in-
cludes youth.
Web Site: www.seworks.org
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ


      CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES
LOS SERVICIOS DE PREVENCIÓN AL ABUSO INFANTIL
УСЛУГИ ПО ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЮ ЖЕСТОКОГО ОБРАЩЕНИЯ С ДЕТЬМИ



Cares Northwest
(503) 331-2400 2800 N Vancouver Ave. Suite 201 Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call ahead for an interpreter. Child sexual abuse medical evaluations
and specialized interviewing. Serves families with concerns reported to
DHS/LEA prior to appointment. Accepts private insurance, OHP, no one
turned away based upon fee.
Web Site: www.caresnw.org

Child Abuse Hotline
(503) 731-3100
Call to report suspected child abuse or neglect.

DHS - Child Welfare
(503) 674-3610 Gresham 355 NW Division, Gresham, 97030
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LOS SERVICIOS DE PREVENCIÓN AL ABUSO INFANTIL
УСЛУГИ ПО ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЮ ЖЕСТОКОГО ОБРАЩЕНИЯ С ДЕТЬМИ

(971) 673-2100 Portland 3618 SE 122nd Portland
(971) 673-2135 Rockwood 3552 SE 122nd Ave. Portland
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Child welfare agency which offers protection to abused and neglected
children. Case work and counseling services for families, Family media-
tion and intervention. In-home services and parenting groups. Recruits
and certifies foster homes. Eligibility to be determined on a case-by-
case basis. Provides services in partnership with local communities and
partners to strengthen Oregon families so children can remain safely at
home or return children to home as soon as possible. If removal is nec-
essary, children are placed in a safe healthy permanent setting as soon
as possible, to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of children.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs/index.shtml
» ESPAÑOL » VIETNAMESE               »   РУССКИЙ   »Translators available
for other languages by appointment

LifeWorks NW
(503) 234-3400 4531 SE Belmont Suite 300, Portland 97215
(503) 645-9010 to schedule an appointment
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Adult outpatient mental health services providing individual and group
counseling, outpatient and in-home child and family mental health ser-
vices, tobacco and other drug prevention and treatment services for
youth ages 12 - 21. Family and Community alliance provides family
support services for families who have been reported for suspected
child abuse who desire voluntary support. Client eligibility and fees
vary. Other various programs through Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.lifeworksnw.org
» ESPAÑOL

                CHILD CARE
             CUIDADO DE NIÑOS
       ОХРАНА ДЕТСТВА / ДЕТСКИЕ САДЫ
Ascension Early Childhood Education Center
(503) 667-6750
1440 SE 182nd Ave. Portland, 97233
Monday – Friday 6:30 - a.m. – 6 p.m.
Provides child care. Reserved spaces for MHCC full day Head Start
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Community Placements and community families. All areas of develop-
ment are taught with strong emphasis on Christian principles.

Child Care Resource & Referral of Multnomah County
(503) 548-4400 or (866) 227-5529
1006 SE Grand, Suite 100B Portland, 97214
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Parent Referral Line: Monday - Fri. 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Call for referrals to child care providers or to see if you are eligible for
child care subsidies (ERDC/JCCB). Child Care provider training, techni-
cal assistance and troubleshooting assistance with DHS subsidies.
Free services.
Family Child Care Networks - Provides Training and support to family
child care providers to increase the quality of care provided.
Web Site: www.ccrr-mc.org
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ » VIETNAMESE » CHINESE

DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » HMONG       » LAOTION

Kindercare
(503) 667-9028 840 NE 181st Portland 97230
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Provides child care for children 6 weeks – 12 years. Reserved spaces
for MHCC full day Head Start Community Placements and community
families.

Mt. Hood Community College Child Development and Family Sup-
port Programs (Administrative offices at Maywood Park)
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             CUIDADO DE NIÑOS
       ОХРАНА ДЕТСТВА / ДЕТСКИЕ САДЫ
(503) 491-6111 10100 NE Prescott, Portland 97220
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Community Placements is a full day/full year Head Start Program.
Head Start partners with child care centers. Children attend one of our
partner child care sites. A Family Educator works with the family, the
child and the child care provider to coordinate support services. Staff
work closely with the providers to ensure they are meeting Head Start
requirements, by working win the classroom approximately 15 hours
per week to do learning activities with children, bringing curriculum ma-
terials and providing training. Head Start child must be 3 or 4 years old
on or before September 1st and family must be working or receiving
childcare assistance through DHS and need full time child care.
Full Day/Full Year Head Start provides child care for eligible families.
Head Start child must be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1st
and family must be working or receiving childcare assistance through
DHS and need full time child care.
Student Program Full Day Head Start for student parents, must be full
time student (preference given to students taking 12 credits or more).
There are two sites Child Development Center on MHCC campus, 8:30
a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday and Kelly Place on Division in
Gresham 8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Web Site: www.mhcc.edu/pages/1058.asp
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ

Mt. Hood Community College Child Development Center
(503) 491-7169 26000 SE Stark, Gresham 97030
Monday - Friday
Provides child care for children age 12 months – 5 years. Reserved
spaces for MHCC full day Head Start Community Placements, MHCC
students and community families.


           COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ

AGENCIES
AGENCIAS
АГЕНТСТВА
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  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
Al-Anon/Al-Ateen
(503) 292-1333 1750 SW Skyline Blvd. Suite 133 Portland 97221
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (office hours)
Hope and support for friends and families who are affected by someone
else’s drinking through attendance at support meetings. We have Al-
Ateen for ages 11 – 20 and Al-Anon for adults, GBLT, Spanish and ASL
groups. We offer meeting locations, literature and during office hours
there are staff people available to speak with.
Web Site: www.al-anonportlandoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL        » Literature available in other languages

Albertina Kerr Youth and Family Center
(503) 255-4205 722 NE 162nd Portland 97230
Monday- Friday, 24 hours
Access Center: (503) 408-4705 Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Mental health services for children and their families, outpatient coun-
seling services for ages 0-18, Kerr Early Intervention Program (KEIP)
 therapeutic preschool ages 3-5, psychiatric residential services for girls
5-17 and boys 5-12, day treatment for boys and girls 12-17, subacute
short-term crisis stabilization for boys and girls 5-17, therapeutic foster
care, residential services for developmentally delayed teen boys, group
homes for developmentally delayed adults. To make a referral, contact
the Access Center listed above or, to refer to the KEIP program, call
(503) 777-2929.
Web Site: www.albertinakerr.org
» Interpreters available for clients

Baby Blues Connection
(503) 797-2843 24 hr. phone support PO Box 33143 Portland 97292
Telephone volunteer support for women struggling with mood disorders
during pregnancy and postpartum. Mom to mom support groups, re-
sources, phone counseling; provides speakers for education. A re-
corded message gives information on our services, caller leaves a mes-
sage and we will return the call within 24 hours. No charge to mothers.
Web Site: www.babybluesconnection.org
» ESPAÑOL

Cascadia Behavioral Health Care – Addictions Treatment Services
(503) 230-9654 (Drug/Alcohol Addiction Intake)
2415 SE 43rd, Suite 200 Portland 97206
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           COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
(503) 661-5455 400 NE 7th Gresham
(503) 283-3763 5432 N. Albina
(503) 253-6754 131 NE 102nd Youth Treatment Program
(503) 674–7777 Mental Health Intake
Monday - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Alcohol and drug treatment, integrated treatment – mental health, alco-
hol & drug, GBLT programs and gambling treatment at 43rd location.
Accepts all OHP Plus contracts with Care Oregon, Family Care, insur-
ance, sliding fee scale.
Web Site: www.cascadiabhc.org
» Interpreters available for all languages

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Child & Family Program
(503) 253-6754 131 NE 102nd, Portland 97220
(503) 674-7777 - To schedule an appointment/Mental Health info.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Family therapy and parenting support. A variety of groups with varying
levels of parent participation. Individual therapy when indicated. Ac-
cepts OHP, Verity + and limited private insurances.
Web Site: www.cascadiabhc.org
» Interpreters available

Catholic Charities El Programa Hispano
1-888-232-4448 or (503)-232-4448Crisis Line/ Domestic Violence
(503) 669-8350 451 NW 1st Street Gresham, 97030
(503) 236-9670 901 SE Oak St. Suite 106 Portland
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fridays by appointment
Social service agency offering counseling, domestic violence support &
youth services in Multnomah & Clackamas county. Provides ESL, citi-
zenship classes, literacy, advocacy, job listings, DMV driver manual
classes, cultural events, presentation on Latino issues & referrals for
GBLT services, mental health counseling, drugs and alcohol treatment,
gang prevention & intervention, low income tax clinic, academic support
for students attending Mid & East Multnomah County Districts. Services
provided vary by location, serves low income, fees vary.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL

Central City Concern Health Services
(503) 228-4533 727 W Burnside, Portland 97209

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           COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Services include conventional medical care, acupuncture treatment,
naturopathic health treatments, crisis intervention, and alcohol and drug
counseling. Sliding fee scale. Accepts some Oregon Health Plans. Call
for specifics.

CODA/Alpha Family Treatment
(503) 465-9523 Outpatient 1027 E. Burnside, Portland 97214
(503) 761-6001 1427 SE 182nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 761-6006 Men’s Residential
(503) 761-6005 Woman’s Residential
Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. for inquiries.
Provides residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment offering
short and long term intensive treatment. Multifaceted treatment center
addressing a multitude of addiction and recovery issues, and DUII out-
patient treatment. Fee varies, inquire about sliding fee scale, adults and
parents of children who have chemical dependency issues.
» ESPAÑOL

Dougy Center
(503) 775-5683 3909 SE 52nd Ave., 252 NW 4th Ave. Canby 97013
1-866-775-5683 Toll Free Mailing: PO Box 86852, Portland 97286
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. plus evening groups
Peer support groups in which kids interact with other kids with similar
death experiences through play, art, games, talking and other group
activities. Also provides training, education and outreach on grief sup-
port and publishes a series of helpful guide books available for sale.
Serves children and teens 3-18 and their families who have experi-
enced a death of a parent, sibling, teen friend or primary adult care-
giver. Group is available for adults 19-30 years who’ve lost someone
significant to them. Groups also available in Spanish as well as a group
offered in Hillsboro for children 6 - 12 & Teens. No fee, donations en-
couraged if families can afford.
Web Site: www.dougy.org
» ESPAÑOL

Eastside Teen Clinic
(503) 988-5488 600 NE 8th Street Rm. 170 Gresham, 97030
Monday & Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday 8:30
a.m. - 4 p.m.

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           COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
Health services and Mental Health Services for OHP, underinsured,
and uninsured teens. Confidential family planning, primary care, physi-
cals and immunizations. Serves adolescents age 12 - 19 in East Mult-
nomah County. Call during hours listed to make an appointment, mes-
sages will be returned. $5 Donation
» ESPAÑOL » OTHERS AVAILABLE

Hopeline Network
1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) & 1-800-273-8255
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.hopeline.com

Juvenile Firesetter Program
(503) 823-3806 55 SW Ash St. Portland 97204
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Education intervention, JFS program is designed to educate youth and
their parents/guardians about fire safety, personal safety and the
consequences of fire. Family meets individually with program manager
or a firefighter trained in fire-setting intervention techniques. Serves
youths who misuse fire ages 1–18 years old, Portland area residents
only

Kinship House
(503) 460-2796 1823 NE 8th Ave. Portland 97212
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., some evenings
Comprehensive mental health services for foster/adoptive children and
families. Specialized training and consultation for families and profes-
sionals. Serves children and families touched by adoption/foster care.
» LIMITED ESPAÑOL

LifeWorks NW
(503) 234-3400 4531 SE Belmont Suite 300, Portland 97215
(503) 645-9010 to schedule an appointment
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Adult outpatient mental health services providing individual and group
counseling, outpatient and in-home child and family mental health ser-
vices, tobacco and other drug prevention and treatment services for
youth ages 12 - 21. Family and Community alliance provides family
support services for families who have been reported for suspected
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  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
child abuse who desire voluntary support. Client eligibility and fees
vary. Other various programs through Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.lifeworksnw.org
» ESPAÑOL

Men’s Resource Center, Inc.
(503) 235-3433 12 SE 14th Ave, Portland 97214
(503) 235-4050 Women’s Counseling Center
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
General counseling, domestic violence batterer treatment, abuse recov-
ery, violence prevention, men’s relationship group. SAVI group offers
alcohol and drug treatment combined with domestic violence treatment.
Interns offer low cost counseling. Fee varies, can apply for scholarships
which may lower fee. Will bill insurance.
Web Site: www.portlandmrc.com

Morrison Child & Family Services
(503) 232-0191 2951 NW Division Gresham 97030
(503) 667-2626
(503) 405-6263
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Out-patient counseling services for children birth to 18 years and their
families, some adults. Medical card for children, insurance accepted.
» ESPAÑOL

Morrison Child & Family Services (West Gresham)
(503) 258-4600 2951 NW Division St. #200 Gresham 97030
(503) 542-3025 Intake Call Center
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Serves clients east of 122nd Ave. Outpatient counseling services for
children birth to 18 years and their families, and some adults. Oregon
Health Plan and insurance accepted for children and adults.
Web Site: www.morrisonkids.org
» ESPAÑOL        » VIETNAMESE

Multnomah County Crisis Line
(503) 988-4888 Central Crisis Phone number
1-800- 716-9769 Toll Free
Open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day
Call the crisis phone number for information about where to go and brief
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          COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
crisis phone counseling. Mental health and chemical dependency crisis
line and services.
Cascadia Network Plaza (503) 238-0705 Intake #: (503) 674-7777
2415 SE 43rd Portland
Sunday - Saturday, 7 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.. Urgent walk-in clinics for
adults, families, teens and children (no appointment needed)

National Suicide Prevention Life Line
1-800- 273-TALK (8255)
Open 24 hrs./day, 7 days/week
Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

OHSU Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic
(503) 418-5775 700 SW Campus Dr., Portland 97201
Mailing: 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, DC7P Portland 97201
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Complete psychiatric service evaluations and treatment. Fee will be
determined at time of registration.
Web Site: www.ohsu.edu/som-childpsychiatry/clinic.htm
» ESPAÑOL » ROMANIAN            » VIETNAMESE         » OTHER

Outside In Clinic
(503) 535-3800 1132 SW 13th Ave., Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. by phone - call for clinic times
Medical and naturopathic urgent care clinic, family planning, STD test-
ing, paps by walk-in only. Acupuncture, massage and energy healing by
appointment only. Serves all low-income or without insurance, under 21
and homeless given priority. Sliding scale based on income and how
many the income supports. Referrals into other specialty services
when available.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org
» ESPAÑOL      » Translator service available for other languages.

Portland Salvation Army ARC (Adult Rehabilitation Center)
(503) 235-4192 x 120 (Intake) 139 SE MLK Jr. Blvd Portland 97214
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Administration, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Rehabilitation services residential 6 - 9 months, chemical dependency,
counseling, anger-management, life skills and housing assistance.
Serves men. Free.
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           COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
Portland Women’s Crisis Line/
Linea de Crisis para mujeres de Portland
(503) 235-5333 24-hour PO Box 42610 Portland 97242
(888) 235-5333 Toll Free
Information and referrals for domestic violence, victim assistance, sex-
ual assault, legal information about obtaining restraining orders and
other related issues. Crisis intervention & counseling.
Web Site: www.pwcl.org

Tattoo Removal Program / Outside In
(503) 535-3902 311 NW Broadway, Portland 97209
Monday - Friday, Must have an appointment
Call for application, can assist in the removal of gang/drug/hate/criminal
related tattoos. $25 fee. Must fill out application to determine eligibility.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org

SUPPORT GROUPS
GRUPOS DE APOYO
ГРУППЫ ПОДДЕРЖКИ

Al-Anon/Al-Ateen
(503) 292-1333 1750 SW Skyline Blvd. Suite 133 Portland 97221
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (office hours)
Hope and support for friends and families who are affected by someone
else’s drinking through attendance at support meetings. We have Al-
Ateen for ages 11 – 20 and Al-Anon for adults, GBLT, Spanish and ASL
groups. We offer meeting locations, literature and during office hours
there are staff people available to speak with.
Web Site: www.al-anonportlandoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL       » LITERATURE AVAILABLE IN OTHER LANGUAGES.

American SIDS Institute (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)
1-800-232-SIDS (7437) 509 Augusta Dr. Marietta GA 30067
National hotline helps you find a parent support group in your area and
answers questions about SIDS.
Web Site: www.sids.org

Brief Encounters
(503) 699-8006 2116 NE 18th Portland 97212
(503) 284-7426 Support Materials

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 ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
   КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
A free self-help group for parents who have experienced the loss of an
infant (before, during or after birth), support groups meet once per
month and newsletter once per month, and phone support. Call for
meeting times & locations. Serves bereaved parents experiencing mis-
carriage, stillbirth, or prenatal loss.
Web Site: www.briefencounters.org

Candlelighters for Children
(503) 235-5722 PO Box 2277 Portland 97208
Serves families of children who have cancer. Support group, informa-
tion, referrals, public education, teen support group, summer camp and
grief hotline.
Web Site: www.4kidswithcancer.org

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Child & Family Program
(503) 253-6754 131 NE 102nd, Portland 97220
(503) 674-7777 - To schedule an appointment/Mental Health info.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Family therapy and parenting support. A variety of groups with varying
levels of parent participation. Individual therapy when indicated. Ac-
cepts OHP, Verity + and limited private insurances.
Web Site: www.cascadiabhc.org
» Interpreters Available

CHADD Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders
(503) 294-9504
Parent run organization offering education and support groups for chil-
dren and adults. Adult group meets the third Tuesday of the month, 7-9
p.m. at Wilcox building, downstairs, 22nd & Northrup (1 block north of
previous location). Women’s group meets the fourth Wednesday of the
month, 7-9 p.m. at 1015 NW 22nd Ave. The Gresham Family Support
group meets the first Thursday of the month at 24850 SE Stark, Dr. Cal-
cagno is the facilitator. Groups are free and open to the public, no child
care available, leave a message. First newsletter is free!
Web Site: www.chadd.org

Compassionate Friends
(503) 248-0102 10501 SE Market Portland
Mailing: PO Box 3065, Portland 97208-3065
Self-help group for parents who have experienced the death of a child.

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       COUNSELING / MENTAL HEALTH
            PREVENCIÓN AL CRIMEN
  ORIENTACIÓN PSICOPEDAGÓGICA/SALUD MENTAL
     ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЕ ПРЕСТУПЛЕНИЙ
    КОНСУЛЬТАЦИИ / ПСИХИЧЕСКОЕ ЗДОРОВЬЕ
Helps work through the grieving process. All bereaved family members
are welcome. No fee. Call for meeting times and locations.
Web Site: www.griefwatch.com/support_groups.htm

Dougy Center
(503) 775-5683 3909 SE 52nd Ave., 252 NW 4th Ave. Canby 97013
1-866-775-5683 Toll Free Mailing: PO Box 86852, Portland 97286
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. plus evening groups
Peer support groups in which kids interact with other kids with similar
death experiences through play, art, games, talking and other group
activities. Also provides training, education and outreach on grief sup-
port and publishes a series of helpful guide books available for sale.
Serves ages 3-18 and their families who have experienced a death of a
parent, sibling, teen friend or primary adult caregiver. Group is available
for adults 19-30 years who’ve lost someone significant to them. Groups
also available in Spanish, group offered in Hillsboro for children 6 - 12 &
Teens. No fee, donations encouraged if families can afford.
Web Site: www.dougy.org
» ESPAÑOL

Parents Anonymous of Oregon
(503) 258-4568 1818 SE Division St. Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Parent support hotline, groups throughout Portland. Children’s groups
for children 12 and under.
Web Site: www.parentsanonymous.org

             CRIME PREVENTION
            PREVENCIÓN AL CRIMEN
       ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЕ ПРЕСТУПЛЕНИЙ
Gresham Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
(503) 618-2546 & (503) 618-2824
13333 NW Eastman Parkway, Gresham 97030
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Information and referral line for a variety of situations. Child safety,
Neighborhood watch, trespass agreements, crime prevention through
Environmental Design (COTED), inspections, how to prevent car theft
and other crime prevention programs.
» ESPAÑOL
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            CRIME PREVENTION
           PREVENCIÓN AL CRIMEN
      ПРЕДОТВРАЩЕНИЕ ПРЕСТУПЛЕНИЙ
Neighborhood Crime Prevention
(503) 823-4519 Program Coordinator
Monday - Friday (some weekends) 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call for the association in your area. Assistance with reducing nui-
sances, unsafe streets and parks. Can act as activists for neighborhood
needs. Community policing.

Resolutions Northwest
(503) 595-4890 1827 NE 44th Suite 300, Portland 97213
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and some evenings
Neighbor-to-neighbor, landlord-tenant, workplace, family, school, victim
offender, and business dispute resolution. Also provide facilitations of
conflict resolution and mediation education and training. Low cost or no
cost. Voluntary
Web Site: www.resolutionsnorthwest.org
» ESPAÑOL » OTHER LANGUAGES & ASL WITH PRIOR NOTICE

       CULTURALLY SPECIFIC SERVICES
      SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
         МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ

Asian Health and Service Center
(503) 872-8822 3633 SE 35th Place Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Agency provides mental health services including counseling, assess-
ment, case management, community resources & referral, Chinese im-
mersion preschool; community and senior, volunteer, family and youth
addiction treatment services, summer cultural camp, Chinese painting &
calligraphy, Chinese Medicine Clinic, English classes for seniors & new
immigrants. Volunteer opportunities.
Web Site: www.ahscpdx.org
» CHINESE ( MANDARIN & CANTONESE )             » TAIWANESE
» KOREAN

Catholic Charities El Programa Hispano
1-888-232-4448 Crisis Line/ Domestic Violence
(503) 669-8350 451 NW 1st Street Gresham, 97030
(503) 236-9670 901 SE Oak St. Suite 106 Portland

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       SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
          МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fridays by appointment
Social service agency offering counseling, domestic violence support &
youth services in Multnomah & Clackamas county. Provides ESL, citi-
zenship classes, literacy, advocacy, job listings, DMV driver manual
classes, cultural events, presentation on Latino issues & referrals for
GBLT services, mental health counseling, drugs and alcohol treatment,
gang prevention & intervention, low income tax clinic, academic support
for students attending Mid & East Multnomah County Districts. Services
provided vary by location, serves low income, fees vary.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL

Catholic Charities Immigration Services
(503) 542-2855 901 SE Oak St. Suite 105, Portland, 97214
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. by appt. only
Immigration legal services, including family visas, residence, deporta-
tion/removal defense, citizenship, battered spouse self-petitions, politi-
cal asylum, special programs for Central Americans, etc. Drop-in con-
sultations at least twice monthly - call for information. Phone consulta-
tion available by call-back for those OUTSIDE Multnomah, Washington,
Clackamas or Clark Counties. Consultation at El Programa Hispano,
call above number. Services for low-income individuals and families
needing immigration legal assistance. Donations requested when
possible, no one turned away for lack of funds. Fee: $30 consultation.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL » Other languages available

Civil Rights Division - Oregon Labor and Industries Bureau
(971) 673-0761 800 NE Oregon St., Suite 1045 Portland 97232
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Discrimination protection in areas of employment, housing, public ac-
commodations, professional and trade schools on basis of race, relig-
ion, color, national origin, sex, age marital status, and mental/physical
disability. Investigates and mediates complaints and retaliation for filing.
Web Site: www.boli.state.or.us
» ESPAÑOL

Confederated Tribes of Siletz
(503) 238-1512
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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       SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
          МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
Supportive information and referral for registered all registered mem-
bers of all Native American tribes, Alaskan Natives and Hawaiian Na-
tives. Provide employment services, job training.

Consulado de México
(503) 946-0100 1234 SW Morrison St. Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 2 p.m.
Education classes - reading, and writing in Spanish. Call for classes,
resources and cultural education.

Department of Documentation
(503) 274-1442 / (503) 274-1450 / (503) 478-0435
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Legal Documentation, travel, immigration issues, birth certificates and
passports, credentials (vote) etc.

Department of Protection
(503) 229-0790 / (503) 478-0436 / (503) 478-0437
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Legal problems such as custody, child support, domestic violence, etc.
Referrals
» ESPAÑOL

Domestic Violence Resource Center
(503) 469-8620 24 hr. crisis line in English and Spanish
(503) 640-5352 x310 Hispanic Outreach Coord, Josephina Kopczynski
1-866-469-8600 Toll Free
Confidential shelter services available for single women and women
with children (boys to age 16). General outreach and Hispanic service.
Access to counseling and assistance with restraining orders.
Web Site: www.monikashouse.org
» ESPAÑOL

Hacienda
(503) 233-0721 5136 NE 42nd Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hacienda offers affordable rental housing, bilingual and bicultural edu-
cation, health and support services to it’s residents, homeownership
education and assistance and micro-entrepreneur opportunities. Serves
low-income Latinos and other families.
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       SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
          МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
Web Site: www.haciendacdc.org
» ESPAÑOL

Immigration Counseling Service
(503) 221-1689 519 SW Park Avenue, Suite #610 Portland 97205
ICS is an immigration legal services agency and non-profit organization
that helps individuals with their immigration matters and represents
people in front of immigration and immigration court. Serves low to
moderate income clients, minimal scale of flat-rate fees, $20 for initial
consultation.
Web Site: www.immigrationcounseling.org
» ESPAÑOL       » OTHER

International Language Bank of Oregon
(503) 234-0068 10301 NE Glisan Portland 97220
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. (office hours) 24-hour hotline.
Interpreters for over 40 languages. 24 hr, 7 days/week. Emergency in-
terpretations for police, fire, medical, social, legal situations. Fee.
Web Site: www.irco.org
» Will provide interpreter for other languages

IRCO/Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization
(503) 234-1541
10301 NE Glisan St. Portland 97220
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
IRCO is a multilingual, multicultural agency offering employment ser-
vices, youth and family services and health education services to refu-
gees, immigrants and other multi-ethnic community members.
Web Site: www.irco.org
» 17 + LANGUAGES INCLUDING: » ESPAÑOL                   » CHINESE
» VIETNAMESE » РУССКИЙ » BOSNIAN

IRCO Asian Family Center
(503) 235-9396 4424 NE Glisan Portland 97213
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Multicultural, multilingual agency that provides many services to Asian
youth and family including: family support, recreational activities, parent
education and support and youth services. Emphasis on family
strengths and cultural traditions. No fee.

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       SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
          МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
Web Site: www.irco.org
» VIETNAMESE        » HMONG       » LAO      » CANTONESE          » MIEN
» CAMBODIAN         » THAI

La Clinica de Buena Salud
(503) 988-3991 6736 NE Killingsworth St. Suite 100 Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Medical services for children and families. Provides health services to
those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Serves uninsured,
sliding fee scale (need verification of income), OHP & Care Oregon.
» ESPAÑOL       » Additional translation through Multnomah County

La Línea Única
(503) 232-4448 or 1-800-232-4448
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Referrals offered to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
» ESPAÑOL

Migrant Education Program East County
(503) 257-1682 & (503) 257-1686
Multi-service agency helps with food, clothing, medical and dental con-
cerns - information and referrals. Provides supplemental education and
services and support to students and families. All bilingual staff. Call for
intake. Serves East Multnomah County residents.
» ESPAÑOL

NARA/NW Health Clinic
(503) 230-9875 15 N Morris, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Walk-ins 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Pharmacy Services: 10 - 12 a.m. & 1 - 4 p.m.
Medical Dr., Nurse Practitioner, Mental health counselor, Psychiatrist,
Nutritionist, women’s health program, family planning and confidential
HIV testing and counseling. Services for American Indian or Alaskan
Native residing in Portland/Vancouver area. Services are free.
Nara Administrative Madison Building: (503) 224-1044, provides mini-
mal services for heating and electricity.
Web Site: www.naranorthwest.org

Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
(503) 288-8177 5135 NE Columbia Blvd. Portland 97218
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       CULTURALLY SPECIFIC SERVICES
      SERVICIOS ESPECÍFICOS A LA CULTURA
         МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
NAYA provides services for Native American youth and families. Ser-
vices include: middle and high school retention, tutoring and after
school programs, math and science summer camps, domestic violence
programs and foster care.
Web Site: www.nayapdx.org

Oregon Child Development Coalition
(503) 663-0896 2727 SE Anderson Rd, Gresham 97080
Program 1 - seasonal Head Start yr round preschool, Jan. - May &
Sept-Dec., age: 3-5; 8 hrs/day, 5 day/week. Program 2 - school for mi-
grant children age 6 weeks to 5 ½ yrs. Open June to Aug. Serves fami-
lies who meet eligibility requirements of 51% of income must come
from agriculture.
Web Site: www.ocdc.net
» ESPAÑOL

Ore. Human Development Corp./National Farmworker Jobs Prog.
(503) 666-3009 18448 SE Pine Portland 97233
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., 1 - 5 p.m.
Employment and training services for individuals who have worked in
agriculture in the last two years, who have documentation to work and
are low income. Serves farmworkers with legal documents.
Web Site: www.ohdc.org
» ESPAÑOL

PCC Adult Basic Skills Division
(503) 788-6255 (503) 244-6111 2305 SE 82nd Ave. Portland 97280
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Provides Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, Volun-
teer Literacy and Tutoring. Fee varies.
» Several languages available

Russian Oregon Social Services
(503) 777-3437 4033 SE Woodstock, Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
ESL, case management, dental care, legal consultation, referral, cross-
cultural and community orientation, domestic violence, mental health
services, breast health educational classes and support groups. Ser-
vices for Russian speaking refugees & immigrants. Services for youth
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          МЕЖНАЦИОНАЛЬНЫЕ СЛУЖБЫ
12 - 18 years helping with adaptation to new culture, mentoring. No fee
for services except for translation, notarization and ESL classes.
Web Site: www.emoregon.org/ROSS.htm
»   РУССКИЙ   » UKRAINIAN

Self Enhancement Inc. (SEI)
(503) 249-1721 3920 N Kerby Ave., Portland 97221
A multi-service agency which provides services to children and families.

SOAR (Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees)
(503) 284-3002
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Provides immigration counseling services. Helps families get work per-
mits, residency, citizenships and variety of other services.

Transiciones
(503) 491-6972 Mt. Hood Com. College 26000 SE Stark, Gresh 97030
Serves Hispanic single parents and homemakers. Provides a career
and life planning program, which helps students develop career goals
and be prepared for college or job training programs. Limited assis-
tance is available for child care, transportation, books, tuition and fees.
To be eligible for this program students must have English skills at ESL
94 or higher.
» ESPAÑOL

                DENTAL CARE
               CUIDADO DENTAL
         СТОМАТОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ КЛИНИКИ

See:    "How to apply for the Oregon Health Plan" on page 129
        "What if I need a doctor or a dentist?" on page 133
        "What if I need emergency medical care or need help in
        locating a doctor /clinic for services?" on page 135

Busca: “Como aplicar para el plan de salud de Oregon“ en página 129
       “¿Que pasa si necesito un doctor o un dentista?“ en página 133
       “¿Que pasa si necesito asistencia medica de emergencia?“ o

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         СТОМАТОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ КЛИНИКИ
        “¿Necesito ayuda para localizar un doctor/clinica?“ en página 135

Смотрите:
       “Как записаться на Орегонский План Здоровья?“ – на странице
       129
       “Что если я нуждаюсь в докторе или дантисте?“ – на странице 133
       “Что, если я нуждаюсь в чрезвычайном медицинском
       обслуживании uли Требуется помощь в нахождении клиники или
       службы?“ – на странице 135

Dental Access Program
(503) 988-6942
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Provides emergency dental treatment for acute pain or infection, no
fillings cleanings or restorative care. Serves Multnomah, Clackamas &
Washington County residents, uninsured and low-income, no OHP cov-
erage. Sliding fee scale, average fee $40

East County Health Clinic
(503) 988-3333 - Appts (503) 988-4910 - Dental Appts.
Wic - (503) 988-3503 600 NE 8th Suite 300 Gresham 97030
Information and referral (503) 988-3816
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Immunizations, family planning, prenatal, and primary care. No walk-in
Health care not provided on a walk-in basis. Limited new patient avail-
ability, call for current information. Clients need to call and schedule an
appointment. Accepts CareOregon, sliding fee scale for prenatal only
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/
» ESPAÑOL » ON-CALL INTERPRETERS AVAILABLE FOR OTHER
LANGUAGES

Medical Teams International - Mobile Dental Care
(503) 624-1000 / 1-800- 959-4325 Toll free
Mobile clinic at various locations, serves low income and uninsured ur-
gent care. Call for sponsoring agency partners.
Web Site: www.medicalteams.org

Mid-County Dental Clinic
(503) 988-3410 12710 SE Division, Portland 97236

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(503) 988-6942 Uninsured clients
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Limited services for uninsured - emergency treatment only to relieve
pain, $40 minimum fee for emergency-uninsured, can call (503) 988-
6942 to schedule an emergency appt. at any County clinic. OHP-
comprehensive care for clients enrolled in Multicare Dental. Serves
Multnomah County residents & OHP-Multicare Dental for comprehen-
sive care.

Mt. Hood Community College Dental Hygiene Program
(503) 491-7176 26000 SE Stark, Gresham, 97030
Monday- Friday, during school yr, closed summers
Call for appt. Cleaning, X-ray, Fluoride for adults/children age 3 and
above. Dental hygiene students provide low cost teeth cleaning and x-
rays. No emergencies. Low cost. Cleaning $15-$45, X-rays fee $8-$20

Multnomah County Dental Clinics
(503) 988-3711 OHP/Insured
(503) 988-6942 Uninsured
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
$35-40 minimum fee for uninsured emergencies. Routine care for all
clinics with emergency standbys and some emergency appointments.
Must be a resident of Multnomah County. You may call the individual
clinics to make an appointment. Call the dental referral line if you want
to see which clinic is best for you or if your dental plan is accepted. Call
even if you don’t have insurance they may be able to help you find a
sliding fee scale dentist. The referral line provides info on where to find
emergency care if you are uninsured. Spanish, Russian, and Vietnam-
ese speaking interpreters. Services for Multnomah County residents.
(These clinics only take patients needing routine care and who have the
Multicare dental plan with the state.) First time patients call 988-3711
to schedule an appointment. All offices open Monday - Friday, times
listed below.
(503) 988-3410                     12710 SE Division        7:30 - 4:30 p.m.
(503) 988-3664                     5329 NE MLK Blvd         7:30 - 4:30 p.m.
(503) 988-4410                     3653 SE 34th             7:30 - 4:30 p.m.
(503) 988-4900                     600 NE 8th, Gresham 8:00 - 5:00 p.m.
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ    » VIETNAMESE


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         СТОМАТОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ КЛИНИКИ
OHSU School of Dentistry
(503) 494-8867 611 SW Campus Drive, Portland 97201
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Clinics: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Emergency and comprehensive dental care for adults and children.
Type and complexity of treatment must be appropriate for student
teaching program. Interpreters available by arrangement. Fixed Fee
schedule that is approximately 60% of private practice fees. Accepts
OHP (ODS & Capitol).

Project Dental Health
(503) 494-6822 214 N Russell Portland 97277
Monday – Saturday 7:45 a.m. – 5 p.m
Monday – Saturday 7:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Emergencies
Emergencies - Bring proof of income, fee for extractions $82-$249,
other services for regular clients - fee varies, sliding scale based on
income (cash only). Stand by basis, arrive at clinic at 8 a.m. call for any
other questions. Accepts OHP, Capitol or ODS, or open dental card for
emergencies, serves anyone with a toothache. Takes children with
more than 5 teeth and adults.

Southeast Health Center
(503) 988-4410 3653 SE 34th Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Languages available: Interpreter available for 34 languages. Serves
Multnomah County residents. Primarily see OHP and Multicare Dental
members. Does not take urgent care or uninsured. Minimum fee of $35.

         DISABILITIES / SPEECH SERVICES
         DISCAPACIDADES/SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ


Adventist Health Audiology Service
(503) 251-6350 10201 SE Main Suite 4, Portland 97216
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Hearing screenings - ages 5-60 ($35.00), Newborn OAE screenings,
Pediatric screenings ages 0-5, complete hearing evaluations ages 5
and up, adult hearing aids, vestibular diagnostics. Accepts Medicare
and insurance, no longer accepting Medicaid insurance.

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         DISCAPACIDADES/SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
Adventist Health Speech
(503) 251-6350 10201 SE Main Suite 4, Portland 97216
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday 8 - 3 p.m.
Children’s services: Hearing & Speech/language & voice screening,
language/speech/voice evaluation. Adolescent/Adult services: Speech,
language evaluation & treatment, voice program (with Mt. Hood Ear
Nose & Throat Clinic). Swallowing disorders including videofluoroscopic
swallowing evaluation. In patient program, requires medical referral,
$30 screening fee, accepts insurance & Medicaid.
Web Site: www.adventisthealth.org

Albertina Kerr Youth and Family Center
(503) 255-4205 722 NE 162nd Portland 97230
Access Center: (503) 408-4705: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Monday- Friday, 24 hours
Mental health services for children and their families, outpatient coun-
seling services for ages 0-18, Kerr Early Intervention Program (KEIP)
 therapeutic preschool ages 3-5, psychiatric residential services for girls
5-17 and boys 5-12, day treatment for boys and girls 12-17, subacute
short-term crisis stabilization for boys and girls 5-17, therapeutic foster
care, residential services for developmentally delayed teen boys, group
homes for developmentally delayed adults. To make a referral, contact
the Access Center listed above or, to refer to the KEIP program, call
(503) 777-2929.
Web Site: www.albertinakerr.org
» INTERPRETERS AVAILABLE FOR CLIENTS

Americans with Disabilities Act Hotline (ADA) (WWU)
1-800-949-4232 TTY: 425-771-7438
6912 220th St. SW, Suite 105 Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Provides technical assistance and training materials. Operators can
answer questions about how ADA protects individuals with a wide
range of disabilities, including learning disabilities. Provides training and
materials free of charge - not an enforcement authority, cannot give
legal advice. An answering machine is available during non-business
hours and follow-up calls are placed the next working day.
Web Site: www.dbtacnorthwest.org



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         DISCAPACIDADES/SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
The Arc of Multnomah - Clackamas Counties
(503) 223-7279 619 SW 11th Ave., Suite 106, Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Arc advocates for, supports and serves children and adults with
developmental disabilities and their families.
Respite: Provides short term relief to caregivers needing a break from
the ongoing demands of caring for children and/or adults with special
needs. In home and center bases. Fees vary. For a complete list of res-
pite providers visit www.disabilitycompass.org
The Arc Recreation Club: Offers adults (18 and over) with develop-
mental disabilities a variety of activities in the community and a chance
to get together with friends. $10 yearly membership plus cost of activi-
ties.
Adult and Family Case Coordinators: Provides adults or families with
developmental disabilities ongoing assistance with independent life
management skills regarding housing, employment, accessing entitle-
ments and more.
Skills Training: Help individuals with developmental disabilities de-
velop the day to day life skills they need to live and work independently
in the community and to develop a fulfilling personal/social life.
Guardianship Advocacy & Planning Services (GAPS): Provides ad-
vocacy, guardianship and healthcare representation to individuals in
need.
Camp Ky-O-Wa: The only inclusive local day-camp for children aged 5-
11 with or without disabilities.
Web Site: www.thearcmult.org

Audiology and Hearing Aid Center
(503) 669-7061 Fax (503) 492-3033 752 NE Burnside, Gresham 97030
Monday- Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., closed 12 - 1 p.m.
Audiology services and hearing aid fittings for adults and children age 3
and up. Call for consultation. Accepts OHP or bills insurances. Payment
plans available, free with certain referrals. $15 for age 4-18, usually $75
for adults.

Autism Society of Oregon
(503) 636-1676 (Portland) 1-888-AUTISM-1 (toll free)
PO Box 396 Marylhurst, 97036
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
ASO provides information and support to families and professionals.

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         DISCAPACIDADES/SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
Empowers individuals with Autism, families, and their service providers
to improve the quality of their lives as they cope with Autism. Increases
awareness of needs, interests, and solutions related to Autism in Ore-
gon's communities, service providers systems, and government agen-
cies. Create a statewide information & resource network in order to fa-
cilitate communication & service delivery within Oregon's autism com-
munity. Serves anyone on the Autism - spectrum.
Web Site: www.oregonautism.com

Autistic Children’s Activity Program (ACAP)
(503) 649-2066 PO Box 4606, Portland 97208
June 27, 2007 through August 17, 2007, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Founded in 1987 by parents of children with autism. Program involves
life skills training, community integration support, family support, and
recreational experiences. Must have Autism-spectrum disorder. Fee
varies.
» SIGN LANGUAGE

CHADD Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders
(503) 294-9504
Parent run organization offering education and support groups for chil-
dren and adults. Adult group meets the third Tuesday of the month, 7-9
p.m. at Wilcox building, downstairs, 22nd & Northrup (1 block north of
previous location). Women’s group meets the fourth Wednesday of the
month, 7-9 p.m. at 1015 NW 22nd Ave. The Gresham Family Support
group meets the first Thursday of the month at 24850 SE Stark, Dr. Cal-
cagno is the facilitator. Groups are free and open to the public, no child
care available, leave a message. First newsletter is free!
Web Site: www.chadd.org

Child Communication Clinic, Hearing & Speech Institute
(503) 228-6479 1675 SW Marlow Ave. Suite 200 Portland 97225
1-877-702-2828 Toll Free
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Individual and group therapy for children with communication delays
and disorders resulting from hearing loss, autism spectrum, pervasive
developmental disorders, global delay, dyspraxia, fluency disorders,
reading delays, etc. Subsidized services available for qualified clients.
Serves children 0 – 18 years old.
Web Site: www.hearingandspeech.org

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        DISCAPACIDADES / SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC)
(503) 494-8095 1-800- 452-3563 707 SW Gaines, Portland 97239
Mailing: PO box 574 Portland 97207
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Languages available: Translators available
Located at OHSU. Evaluations, diagnosis and services for special
needs children 0 – 21 yrs. Services may also include coordination of
care, training for providers and parents, and treatment and/or manage-
ment. Clinics are held at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital - 700 SW
Campus Drive. Accepts private insurance, Oregon Medical card and
self-pay.
Web Site: www.ohsu.edu/outreach/cdrc/

Columbia Regional & Special Education Program
(503) 916-5570 833 NE 74th, Portland 97213
Educational services for students with hearing loss, vision loss, autism
spectrum disorder, or orthopedic impairments; ages birth - 21. Services
are in support to local school districts or county early intervention/early
childhood special education programs and must be accessed through
the school district or county program.

Easter Seals Oregon
(503) 228-5108 / 1-800- 556-6020 5757 SW Macadam, Portland 97239
Office: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Children’s medical habilitation/therapy (Salem (503) 370-8990), respite
& recreation camp (children) (Medford), summer camps, wellness pro-
grams (Salem), respite care (Salem) residential camp available through
Portland office. Call for info on program. Bilingual services available in
Salem. Fee depends on service. Serves adults and children with dis-
abilities.
Web Site: www.or.easterseals.com

FASCETS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consultation Education and
Training Services)
(503) 621-1271 15500-L NW Ferry Road Portland 97231-1331
Hours and services vary by request
Non-profit organization providing community education, workshops,
seminars, professional development, consultation and program devel-
opment. Direct services for individuals & families
Web Site: www.fascets.org

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         DISCAPACIDADES / SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
      ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                     ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
Medical Transportation Program
(503) 802-8700
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. For a Mon-
day ride, call no later than Saturday 8 p.m.
Will provide transportation to medical, counseling and dental appoint-
ments to clients on the Oregon Health Plan Plus or medical aid pack-
ages. For regular treatment appointments at 4-5 times per week may be
eligible for monthly bus pass. Call ahead 3 or more days in advance for
bus tickets to be mailed, please have all transportation information
available when making call (Dr. name, address, etc). Must have doctors
name to get approval for taxi rides if unable to use bus transportation.

Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities Services Division
(503) 988-3658 TDD (503) 988-3598
421 SW Oak St. Suite 610, Portland 97204
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Specialized case management services for children and adults who
have a developmental disability. These services include (but may not
be limited to): assisting the child and family, or the individual, to identify
areas of strengths, to assure that appropriate services are being
provided, to assure smooth transition between services, to provide
emergency services in a crisis situation and/or provide protective
service in response to the need for protection from harm or neglect.
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ     » CHINESE

Multnomah Early Childhood Program (MECP)
(503) 262-4100 Intake/Referrals/Spanish Interpreter
14030 NE Sacramento St. OR 97230
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education: evaluates
and serves children birth through age five who live in Multnomah
County. Provides evaluation, assessment and special education for
children who qualify. Services are individually designed for each child
and family and include parent/education components.
Web Site: www.mesd.k12.or.us/ece
» ESPAÑOL       » WILL PROVIDE INTERPRETER

Multnomah Education Service District (MESD)
(503) 255-1841 11611 NE Ainsworth Circle, Portland 97220
TTY (503) 257-1599
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        DISCAPACIDADES / SERVICIOS DE LENGUAJE
     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Serves children ages 0-5 through Early Intervention/Early Childhood
Special Education. Serves children ages 5-21 through local district re-
quest: special education for students with severe disabilities, speech
and related services needs, and behavior challenges. Provides curricu-
lum and instruction and assessment services to local districts.
Web Site: www.mesd.k12.or.us

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
(971) 673-5858 305 NE 102nd Ave. #200 Portland 97220
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Assistance with getting and keeping employment for clients with disabil-
ity-related barriers to employment.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs/vr/index.html

Oregon Advocacy Center
(503) 243-2081 620 SW 5th – 5th floor, Portland 97204
Toll Free 1-800- 452-1694 / 1-800- 556-5351 TTY
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Legal advocacy to assist with legal issues relating directly to a disability.
Example: abuse and neglect, assistive technology, reasonable accom-
modations and other areas. Can assist in getting individualized services
in school districts. Provides training on legal rights. Must live in Oregon.
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
(503) 827-6952 1410 SW Morrison St. Suite 760 Portland 97205
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (via phone) no walk-ins
Referrals to Lions Club across the state for financial assistance with
eyeglasses and hearing aids (this is dependant on local Lions Club
funding). Referrals to KEX Kids Fund for assistance with eye exams,
glasses, hearing and hearing aids for kids in KEX Radio listening area
(12 counties in Oregon, 3 in Washington). Pays providers directly for
eye and ear surgery for those who who qualify. If applicant meets quali-
fications, no fee for most services. Must be Oregon resident for a mini-
mum of one year for most programs (legal US resident status not taken
into consideration). Active Youth Clubs/Lions Club - Scholarship based.
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     ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЯ / УСЛУГИ ПО РЕЧЕВЫМ
                    ОТКЛАНЕНИЯМ

Portland Habilitation Center
(503) 261-1266 5312 NE 148th, Portland 97230
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Training and employment opportunities. Janitorial training, clerical pool,
light production and landscape. Also HUD and Affordable Housing.
Serves adults with documented disabilities.
Web Site: www.phcnw.com
» ESPAÑOL       » VIETNAMESE

Shriners Hospital for Children - Portland
(503) 241-5090 3101 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd. Portland 97239
7 days a week, 24 hours
Serves children ages birth to 18 years. Pediatric Orthopedic care in-
cluding, but not limited to cleft lip and palate, Cerebral Palsey, Spina
bifida, Scoliosis, Clubfeet, Congenital missing limbs, hand problems,
Osteogenesis Imperfecta, just to name a few. See the website for a full
list. Translators available – free. All care is free of charge.
Web Site: www.shrinershq.org

The Swindells Center
(503) 215-2429 or 1-800- 833-8899 x 52429
830 NE 47th Ave. Portland 97213
Connects families, caregivers and friends of children with special needs
with information, education and support, lending library, parenting edu-
cation, speaker series, consultation and problem solving and collabora-
tion. Free of charge. Serves all parents of children with disabilities.

Telecommunication Devices Access Program
1-800- 848-4442 Voice / 1-800- 648-3458 TTY only
550 Capitol St. NE, Suite 215, Salem 97301-2551
Mailing Address: PO Box 2148, Salem 97308
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Walk-ins: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Telecommunication Devices Access Program (TDAP) purchases
and loans at no cost to eligible Oregonians special telecommunication
devices to Oregonians who are deaf, hearing, speech, vision and mobil-
ity (upper extremities) impaired.

Unlimited Choices
(503) 234-6167 211 SE 80th Ave. Portland 97215
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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                    НАСИЛИЕ В СЕМЬЕ
Adapt-a-Home: Helps clients to make home or apartment handicap
accessible where otherwise not able to afford. Serves Portland,
Gresham, Beaverton, Vancouver and Multnomah County. Mend-a-
home: Emergency home repairs for low income home owners, please
call for information . Some programs expanding - please call or visit our
website.
Web Site: www.unlimitedchoices.org


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Busca: “Que hacer para obtener una orden de restriccíon?” en página 142

Смотрите: “Как подать заявление на пресечение преследований со
         стороны других лиц?“ – на странице 142

Bradley Angle House
(503) 281-2442 - Crisis Line Mailing: PO Box 14694 Portland 97293
(503) 281-3540 - Shelter Office
(503) 232-7805 - Community Support
Confidential shelter for women & children leaving an abusive situation.
Counseling referrals, advocacy and help obtaining a restraining order.
Support groups and children’s program. Serves women, children, and
teens. Latina program, Services in other languages by request.
Web Site: www.bradleyangle.org
» ESPAÑOL

Change Point
(503) 253-5954 1949 SE 122nd Ave. Portland
(503) 253-5954 Howard Johnson Inn 1572 NE Burnside Rd. Gresham
(503) 988-4882 Willamette Crisis Line
Mailing Address: PO Box 92067 Portland 97292
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Groups: 10-12 am., 5-7 p.m. & 7-9 p.m.. Outpatient substance abuse
treatment, domestic violence intervention for adult males, gender spe-
cific groups, intensive outpatient. Fee varies, some sliding scale fees.
Methamphetamine Matrix, Spanish group meets 1 - 3 p.m., Monday,
Thursday & Friday, 5-7:30 p.m., English group meets Monday, Tuesday
& Thursday, 10-12a.m. & Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 4:30-

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6:30p.m.. Methamphetamine treatment for addicts, free to clients who
live in Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.changepointinc.com
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ

Clackamas Women's Services
(503) 654-2807 (Crisis line: (503) 654-2288)
Monday - Sunday, 24 hours for crisis line
Provides shelter & support groups to victims of domestic violence. Of-
fers outreach through DHS and the Sheriffs office, case management,
advocacy and support groups, including a group for women over 50.
Web Site: www.clackamaswomensservices.org
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » Will provide interpreter for other
languages

Danger to Safety
(503) 235-5333 (888) 235-5333 Portland Women’s Crisis Line
7 days a week, 24 hours
Serves families under domestic violence. Sexual assault services avail-
able and services to sex industry workers. Referrals for emergency ser-
vices and to support groups. Possible resources for “danger to safety”
transportation. 24 hour access to Spanish language bank.
Web Site: www.pwcl.org
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ    » VIETNAMESE        » 140 available

DHS TADVF (Temporary Assistance to Domestic Violence Fami-
lies)
(971) 673-2748
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Provides financial assistance to flee domestic violence. Call to apply.

Domestic Violence Reduction Unit
(503) 823-0900 10225 E Burnside St. Portland 97216
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (after hours leave message)
Through Portland Police Dept. Assists with referrals & education re-
garding domestic violence, assists survivors of domestic violence with
safety planning and offers family services. Serves city of Portland resi-
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Domestic Violence Resource Center
(503) 469-8620 24 hr. crisis line in English and Spanish
(503) 640-5352 x310 Hispanic Outreach Coord, Josephina Kopczynski
1-866-469-8600 Toll Free
Confidential shelter services available for single women and women
with children (boys to age 16). General outreach and Hispanic service.
Access to counseling and assistance with restraining orders.
Web Site: www.monikashouse.org
» ESPAÑOL

DVERT-Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team
(503) 988-6440 10225 E. Burnside Portland 97216
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
DVERT provides a collaborative interagency response to high risk/high
lethality domestic violence cases. Call for more information. Serves vic-
tims of domestic violence & professionals working with this population.
» ESPAÑOL

Gresham Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
(503) 618-2546 & (503) 618-2824 13333 NW Eastman Parkway,
Gresham 97030
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Information and referral line for a variety of situations. Child safety,
Neighborhood watch, trespass agreements, Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design (COTED), inspections, how to prevent car theft
and other crime prevention programs.
» ESPAÑOL

My Sister’s House
(503) 665-1026 Gresham
My Sister’s House is a non-profit ministry and a home that will provide
shelter, education opportunities and assisted childcare for women and
children in transition. They offer short term housing for women in need.
A woman trying to regain custody of her child/children, will have a safe
place for supervised visitations. A woman who just needs a place to
regroup after a divorce or a separation would find refuge here. A
woman with a child/children who has a need for temporary shelter and
has the desire to make their life better can live here. Local agencies will
provide counseling for domestic violence victims. Future housing pro-

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grams with community agencies provided.
Web Site: www.mysistershouse.net

Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
(503) 288-8177 5135 NE Columbia Blvd. Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
NAYA provides services for Native American youth and families. Ser-
vices include: middle and high school retention, tutoring and after
school programs, math and science summer camps, domestic violence
programs and foster care.
Web Site: www.nayapdx.org

La Línea Única
(503) 232-4448 or 1-800-232-4448
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Referrals offered to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
» ESPAÑOL

Parent-Child Involvement Project (PChIP)
(503) 280-1388 Lisa Chin or Liz Speranza
(503) 224-7718 Anita Vinson
(503) 236-9670 Esperanza Lucas (Spanish speaking)
The Parent-Child Involvement Project is a free program to support
mothers with young children (0-12 years of age) who have lived with
abuse or violence in their home. A parent-child specialist works with
parent and child to address the effects of the children being exposed to
violence in the home. Call one of the parent-child specialists listed
above for further information.

Portland Women’s Crisis Line/
Linea de Crisis para mujeres de Portland
(503) 235-5333 24-hour PO Box 42610 Portland 97242
(888) 235-5333 Toll Free
Information and referrals for domestic violence, victim assistance, sex-
ual assault, legal information about obtaining restraining orders and
other related issues. Crisis intervention & counseling.
Web Site: www.pwcl.org

Raphael House of Portland
(503) 222-6222 Crisis line - 24 hours

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Free, Safe, confidential short term emergency housing for women and
children who are victims of domestic violence. No drug or alcohol use
permitted during stay.
Web Site: www.raphaelhouse.com
» ESPAÑOL

The Salvation Army West Women & Children's Shelter
(503) 224-7718 PO Box 2398 Portland 97208
Serves women and children who are fleeing domestic violence &/or
homeless with emergency and transitional housing. Accepts boys up to
age 12 years of age. 30 day stay for emergency housing. Transitional
housing up to 2 years, must stay in emergency housing to qualify for
transitional housing. First come/first serve basis, call to screen.
Web Site: www.tsacascade.org

Victim Assistance Program
(503) 988-3222
1021 SW 4th, Room 804, Multnomah Co. Courthouse Portland 97204
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Victim advocates work directly with crime victims to explain the criminal
justice system, offer referral information to appropriate community ser-
vices, and to guide them through the prosecution process. Crisis re-
sponse to rape victims available on a 24-hour on-call basis.
Web Site: http://www.co.multnomah.or.us/da/

Volunteers of America Home Free
(503) 232-6562 or (503) 771-5503 (hotline)
Mailing Address: 3910 SE Stark St., Portland 97214
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (after hours calls routed to
Women’s Crisis Line)
Hotline, emergency hotel vouchers, long term transitional services, re-
straining order advocacy, safety planning, Latina program, children’s
services and referrals to other agencies. Serves survivors of domestic
violence and their children. Free.
» ESPAÑOL

Yolanda House of the YWCA of Greater Portland
(503) 535-3269 (crisis line & general business)
Mailing address: PO Box 19178 Portland 97280
Monday – Sunday, 24 hours
Serves families and individuals who are escaping domestic violence
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and/or are homeless. 30-day free, confidential, emergency shelter.
Case Management, family program, information and support groups for
shelter clients. 24-hour crisis line. Information and referral. Please call
(503) 535-3629 for Information and referral and shelter access.
Web Site: www.ywca-pdx.org
» LIMITED ESPAÑOL



See:    "What if I have no food and no money" on page 130
        "What if the utility company threatens to shut off my
        electricity” on page 135
        “What if I get an eviction notice” on page 137
Busca: “¿Que pasa si no tengo comida o dinero?” en página 130
       “¿Que pasa si una compañía de utilidad te amenaza con cortar tu
       electricidad?” en página 135
       “¿Que pasa si recibo una nota de salida de me residencia?” en
       página 137

Смотрите: “Что делать, если у меня нет никакого продовольствия или
         денег?” – на странице 130
         “Что, если сервисная компания угрожает отключеннием
         электричества?” – на странице 135
         “Что, если я получил уведомление о выселении?” – на
         странице 137

Daybreak Shelter Network
(503) 548-0200 (Human Solutions) ask for shelter coordinator
mailing: PO Box 33035, Portland 97292-3035
Open 7 days a week
Provides full service program for homeless families with children and
single women, including overnight accommodations, 3 meals per day,
van transportation, shower and laundry facilities. Case management,
life skill classes.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
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DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » HMONG     » LAOTION

Generous Ventures Gleaners
(503) 788-0209 6148 SE 111th Portland 97266
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bread, pastry, veggies, and other things. Bring your own bags. Serves
low income people, $20 a month and clients can come twice a week.
Now encourages clients to recruit an adoptee; adoptee fee $5.00.
» Services provided in all languages

Human Solutions
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12 & 1 - 5 p.m.
We have housing for homeless and low income families and case man-
agement, short-term intervention, and information and referral. Life
skills classes, lottery-based rental assistance before the first of each
month, energy assistance and employment programs.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
» ESPAÑOL »         РУССКИЙ   » ROMANIAN

Link-Up America
1-800-848-4442
1-800-648-3548 TTY
“Link-up America” is a cooperative program designed to promote uni-
versal service. The program is administered through the National Ex-
change Carriers Association. Link-up America is funded through as-
sessments on the long distance carriers. The program helps qualified
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low-income individuals by paying for one-half of the line - connection
portion of the hook-up charges for new residential telephone service.
Customers are responsible for the other half, as well as providing a
telephone and paying for any installation charges, deposits, unpaid
phone bills, labor, service calls or other costs of acquiring phone ser-
vice. To apply for equipment, to obtain an application for OTAP and/or
Link-Up America, or for more information about the Residential Service
Protection Fund (RSPF) Programs please contact the RSPF staff at the
toll free number listed. Call to apply or apply online at
http://www.rspf.org
Web Site: www.puc.state.or.us

Mt. Hood Habitat for Humanity
(503) 262-9794
Leave your name and address to receive information & an application.
Web Site: www.mthoodhabitat.org

NARA/NW Health Clinic
(503) 230-9875 15 N Morris, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Walk-ins 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Pharmacy Services: 10 - 12 a.m. & 1 - 4 p.m.
Medical Dr., Nurse Practitioner, Mental health counselor, Psychiatrist,
Nutritionist, women’s health program, family planning and confidential
HIV testing and counseling. Services for American Indian or Alaskan
Native residing in Portland/Vancouver area. Services are free.
Nara Administrative Madison Building: (503) 224-1044, provides mini-
mal services for heating and electricity.
Web Site: www.naranorthwest.org

Ore. Human Development Corp./National Farmworker Jobs Prog.
(503) 666-3009 18448 SE Pine Portland 97233
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., 1 - 5 p.m.
Employment and training services for individuals who have worked in
agriculture in the last two years, who have documentation to work and
are low income. Serves farmworkers with legal documents.
Web Site: www.ohdc.org
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Telephone Assistance Program
1-800-848-4442 PUC, 550 Capitol St. NE # 215, Salem 97301-2551

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(TDD 1-800-648-3458)
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Helps provide a financial credit on your phone bill of $13.50 per month
for eligible families or those who qualify for TANF, OHP, Medical, Food
Stamps or SSI.

Outside In Day Program
(503) 223-4121 1132 SW 13th Ave. Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Homeless services to youth under the age of 21 provides free breakfast
and lunch, access to service coordination, transitional housing and day
program activities. Day program activities include writing program, yel-
low bikes, soccer, basketball, art groups & ERC - the Educational Re-
source Center helps youth to obtain and maintain jobs.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org
» ESPAÑOL

Outside In Clinic
(503) 535-3800 1132 SW 13th Ave., Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. by phone - call for clinic times
Medical and naturopathic urgent care clinic, family planning, STD test-
ing, paps by walk-in only. Acupuncture, massage and energy healing by
appointment only. Serves all low-income or without insurance, under 21
and homeless given priority. Sliding scale based on income and how
many the income supports. Referrals into other specialty services
when available.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org
» ESPAÑOL      » Translator service available for other languages.

Portland Adventist Family Health Clinic (PACS)
(503) 252-8500 11020 NE Halsey, Portland 97220
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. - 12p.m..
Medical clinic for low-income patients with no health insurance. Patients
seen by appointment only. Food pantry for low income (USDA guide-
lines). Need photo ID for each member of the family, proof of income,
proof of address, can access food once a month. Used clothing and
furniture for sale. Fee: $10 for appointment. No mental health services
or pain assistance. Waiting List. Bring your own interpreter if non-
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Portland Habitat for Humanity
(503) 287-9529 1478 NE 15th & Killingsworth
Mailing address: P.O. Box 11527, Portland 97211
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Funding is contingent upon funding, please call. Serves very low in-
come families living in sub-standard housing. Provide home ownership
opportunities, call for more information.
Web Site: www.pdxhabitat.org
» ESPAÑOL

Pregnancy Resource Center
(503) 666-6527 104 NW 11th Ave. Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday:
1:30 - 7 p.m.
Free pregnancy test, pregnancy counseling and parenting classes
available. Maternity and baby clothes, cribs, car seats may be available
to clients. Serves pregnant clients or clients with newborns. No fee.
Web Site: www.portlandprc.org
» ESPAÑOL - LIMITED

Salvation Army Family Services - Gresham
(503) 661-2704 39 NE 4th, Gresham
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1 - 3 p.m. Wednesday
1 - 3 p.m. only
Emergency food, limited prescription, back to school gear, Christmas
toys and food. Produce with address verification on Wednesdays.
Web Site: www.tsacascade.org

Salvation Army Family Services - Portland
(503) 239-1264 1712 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9 a.m.–11a.m. & 1 p.m.–3 p.m.
Help with emergency food boxes by zip code. Utility help for those who
have shut off notice only. Assistance for Portland water, limited assis-
tance with back to school supplies. No assistance for Thanksgiving

SNOW-CAP Community Charities
(503) 674-8785 17805 SE Stark (behind Rockwood Methodist Church)
PO Box 160 Fairview 97024
Monday - Friday 10 a.m.–1 p.m. (clothing) 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (food)
We offer help twice in a calendar year, more with signed letter on
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agency letterhead explaining need. Emergency food boxes and chil-
dren’s clothing always available. Garden plots, home delivery of food
boxes for seniors and seriously disabled, Christmas Boxes, money for
prescriptions, utilities, and bus tickets available on a case by case ba-
sis. Referrals from social service professionals are given priority.
Web Site: www.snowcap.org

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
(503) 235-8431 3601 SE 27th Portland
Monday - Friday 10:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Food assistance, minimal utilities and rent assistance.
Web Site: www.svdppdx.org

Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau
(503) 823-2102 687 N Thompson, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Provides assistance with emergency food and clothing to families with
minor children, the disabled and the elderly, living within the Portland
city limits. By application over the phone only, no walk-ins.
Web Site: www.sunshinedivision.org

Telecommunication Devices Access Program
1-800- 848-4442 Voice / 1-800- 648-3458 TTY only
550 Capitol St. NE, Suite 215, Salem 97301-2551
Mailing Address: PO Box 2148, Salem 97308
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Walk-ins: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Telecommunication Devices Access Program (TDAP) purchases
and loans at no cost to eligible Oregonians special telecommunication
devices to Oregonians who are deaf, hearing, speech, vision and mobil-
ity (upper extremities) impaired.

WIC
(503) 988-3503 12710 SE Division St., Portland 97236
WIC appts. made Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
(503) 988-3503 600 NE 8th Suite 300 Gresham 97030
Information and referral (503) 988-3816
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Serves pregnant women and children. Nutrition education program that
provides some food supplements. Must meet income criteria. Automati-
cally income eligible for WIC if you currently receive TANF, Food

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Stamps or OHP.
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » VIETNAMESE        » CHINESE

Yolanda House of the YWCA of Greater Portland
(503) 535-3269 (crisis line & general business)
Mailing address: PO Box 19178 Portland 97280
Monday – Sunday, 24 hours
Serves families and individuals who are escaping domestic violence
and/or are homeless. 30-day free, confidential, emergency shelter.
Case Management, family program, information and support groups for
shelter clients. 24-hour crisis line. Information and referral. Please call
(503) 535-3629 for Information and referral and shelter access.
Web Site: www.ywca-pdx.org
» LIMITED ESPAÑOL


CLOTHING & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
ROPAS/COSAS PARA EL HOGAR
ОДЕЖДА / ДОМАШЯЯ УТВАРЬ

Bundle Up (Salvation Army)
(503) 239-1264 Portland 1712 NE Sandy Blvd.
Monday - Wednesday & Friday 9 - 11 a.m. & 1 - 3 p.m.
Donations of coats, hats, mittens and scarves for kids and adults,
should call for pick-up and availability. Usually begins the end of Octo-
ber or beginning of November.

Francis Center
(503) 775-6784 6535 SE 82nd Ave. Portland 97290
Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Provides donated food & clothing in emergencies. Must bring proof of
address to show you live between SE 39th & 136th & Clatsop & Powell.

Human Solutions
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12 & 1 - 5 p.m.
We have housing for homeless and low income families and case man-
agement, short-term intervention, and information and referral. Life
skills classes, lottery-based rental assistance before the first of each
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month, energy assistance and employment programs.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ       » ROMANIAN

Portland Salvation Army ARC (Adult Rehabilitation Center)
(503) 235-4192 x 120 (Intake) 139 SE MLK Jr. Blvd Portland 97214
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Administration, 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Rehabilitation services residential 6 - 9 months, chemical dependency,
counseling, anger-management, life skills and housing assistance.
Serves men. Free.

Pregnancy Resource Center
(503) 666-6527 104 NW 11th Ave. Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday: 1:30 - 7
p.m.
Free pregnancy test, pregnancy counseling and parenting classes
available. Maternity and baby clothes, cribs, car seats may be available
to clients. Serves pregnant clients or clients with newborns. No fee.
Web Site: www.portlandprc.org
» ESPAÑOL - LIMITED

SNOW-CAP Community Charities
(503) 674-8785 17805 SE Stark (behind Rockwood Methodist Church)
PO Box 160 Fairview 97024
Monday - Friday 10 a.m.–1 p.m. (clothing) 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (food)
We offer help twice in a calendar year, more with signed letter on
agency letterhead explaining need. Emergency food boxes and chil-
dren’s clothing always available. Garden plots, home delivery of food
boxes for seniors and seriously disabled, Christmas Boxes, money for
prescriptions, utilities, and bus tickets available on a case by case ba-
sis. Referrals from social service professionals are given priority.
Web Site: www.snowcap.org

Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau
(503) 823-2102 687 N Thompson, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Provides assistance with emergency food and clothing to families with
minor children, the disabled and the elderly, living within the Portland
city limits. By application over the phone only, no walk-ins.
Web Site: www.sunshinedivision.org
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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & UTILITIES
ASISTENCIA FINANCIERA/UTILIDADES
ФИНАНСОВАЯ ПОМОЩЬ / ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯ КОММУНАЛЬНОГО
ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЯ

Clearpoint Financial Solutions
1-800-634-2227 9955 SE Washington St. Suite #301, Portland 97216
Non-profit community service agency. Helps families who want to solve
their financial problems. Works with families and creditors to pay bills,
re-establish credit and maintain self respect. Personal counseling by
phone or mail. No bilingual staff, please bring interpreter.
Web Site: www.clearpointfinancialsolutions.org

Community Energy Project
(503) 284-6827 422 NE Alberta, Portland 97212
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Free weatherization, water conservation, and lead poisoning prevention
workshops to Portland residents. Weatherization workshops provide
participants with easy practical ways on how to weatherize a house or
apartment and lower energy bills. Those within income requirements
receive a free kit of materials worth about $150. We will install weatheri-
zation and water conservation materials for seniors and people with
disabilities meeting income guidelines. Water workshops provide infor-
mation on how to lower your water bill and how to repair minor leaks
yourself without calling a plumber. Participants receive a free kit of ma-
terials $30 with no income limit. Lead Poisoning Prevention Workshop -
Provides information on the dangerous effects, common sources, and
how to prevent lead poisoning. Portland residents will receive free kit of
materials worth about $25. Many volunteer opportunities available.
Through partnerships with other agencies, we offer services in a variety
of languages.
Web Site: www.communityenergyproject.org
» ESPAÑOL       » OTHERS AVAILABLE

DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
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Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
» ESPAÑOL      »   РУССКИЙ   » HMONG      » LAOTION

Energy Assistance - Human Solutions
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Call for information and appointment. Energy Assistance for water, heat
and electricity.
LIEAP - Low income energy assistance program: helps with gas, elec-
tricity, wood, propane and oil bills.
OEAP - Oregon Energy Assistance Program: helps with Pacific Power
and Light, and Portland General Electric utility bills
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
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Fix-It-Fairs
(503) 823-7222
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Offers free “Fix-it Fairs” in the Portland area where City, County and
community non-profit agencies provide information, hands-on demon-
strations and over a dozen how-to classes on various home and garden
topics throughout the day. Workshop topics range from home weatheri-
zation, water conservation, lead poisoning, mold, radon and compost-
ing, to local/season cooking and financing home repair projects, call the
above number for hours and locations.
Web Site: www.sustainableportland.org
» INTERPRETORS CAN BE ARRANGED

Human Solutions
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12 & 1 - 5 p.m.
We have housing for homeless and low income families and case man-
agement, short-term intervention, and information and referral. Life
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skills classes, lottery-based rental assistance before the first of each
month, energy assistance and employment programs.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
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Link-Up America
1-800-848-4442
Helps low-income individuals by paying for one-half the line-connection
portion of hook-up charges for new residential telephone service. Cus-
tomers are responsible for the other half, and any other costs of acquir-
ing phone service. Qualifications are the same as for OTAP, listed
above, but eligibility for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program
qualifies clients for the Link-Up program as well. Call to apply or apply
online at http://www.rspf.org Web Site: www.puc.state.or.us

Multnomah County Weatherization Program
(503) 988-6295 ext. 22312 421 SW Oak Suite 200 Portland 97204
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Lower your energy bill with free weatherization service to homeowners
and some renters who are income eligible. Includes weatherization ma-
terials and possible furnace, electrical repairs. As needed for insulation.
Income based.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/dcfs/ccp/
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NARA/NW Health Clinic
(503) 230-9875 15 N Morris, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Walk-ins 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Pharmacy Services: 10 - 12 a.m. & 1 - 4 p.m.
Medical Dr., Nurse Practitioner, Mental health counselor, Psychiatrist,
Nutritionist, women’s health program, family planning and confidential
HIV testing and counseling. Services for American Indian or Alaskan
Native residing in Portland/Vancouver area. Services are free.
Nara Administrative Madison Building: (503) 224-1044, provides mini-
mal services for heating and electricity.
Web Site: www.naranorthwest.org

Oregon Telephone Assistance Program
1-800-848-4442 PUC, 550 Capitol St. NE # 215, Salem 97301-2551
(TDD 1-800-648-3458)
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Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Helps provide a financial credit on your phone bill of $13.50 per month
for eligible families or those who qualify for TANF, OHP, Medical, Food
Stamps or SSI.

Salvation Army Family Services - Gresham
(503) 661-2704 39 NE 4th, Gresham
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1 - 3 p.m. Wednesday
1 - 3 p.m. only
Emergency food, limited prescription, back to school gear, Christmas
toys and food. Produce with address verification on Wednesdays.
Web Site: www.tsacascade.org

Salvation Army Family Services - Portland
(503) 239-1264 1712 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9 a.m.–11a.m. & 1 p.m.–3 p.m.
Help with emergency food boxes by zip code. Utility help for those who
have shut off notice only. Assistance for Portland water, limited assis-
tance with back to school supplies. No assistance for Thanksgiving

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
(503) 235-8431 3601 SE 27th Portland
Monday - Friday 10:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Food assistance, minimal utilities and rent assistance.
Web Site: www.svdppdx.org

Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau
(503) 823-2102 687 N Thompson, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Provides assistance with emergency food and clothing to families with
minor children, the disabled and the elderly, living within the Portland
city limits. By application over the phone only, no walk-ins.
Web Site: www.sunshinedivision.org

Telecommunication Devices Access Program
1-800- 848-4442 Voice / 1-800- 648-3458 TTY only
550 Capitol St. NE, Suite 215, Salem 97301-2551
Mailing Address: PO Box 2148, Salem 97308
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Walk-ins: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Telecommunication Devices Access Program (TDAP) purchases

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and loans at no cost to eligible Oregonians special telecommunication
devices to Oregonians who are deaf, hearing, speech, vision and mobil-
ity (upper extremities) impaired.

FOOD
COMIDA
ПРОДОВОЛЬСТВИЕ

See:    "What if I have no food and no money" on page 130

Busca: “¿Que pasa si no tengo comida o dinero?” en página 130

Смотрите: “Что делать, если у меня нет никакого продовольствия или
          денег?” – на странице 130

Crossroads Cupboard
(503) 257-9345 2407 NE 102nd, Portland 97218
 Thursday & Friday 9 - 11 a.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (closed all
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Sunday, holidays and the day after)
Services for USDA income eligible , we have no boundaries. Must fur-
nish ID and proof of address for each family member. Provides food for
3-5 days available once a month. Resource center to refer help for
rent, medical, dental, medicine, heat and senior services. All new cli-
ents must arrive 30 minutes before closing to fill out paperwork. House
south of church in parking lot.

DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
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Francis Center
(503) 775-6784 6535 SE 82nd Ave. Portland 97290
Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Provides donated food & clothing in emergencies. Must bring proof of
address to show you live between SE 39th & 136th & Clatsop & Powell.

Generous Ventures Gleaners
(503) 788-0209 6148 SE 111th Portland 97266
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Bread, pastry, veggies, and other things. Bring your own bags. Serves
low income people, $20 a month and clients can come twice a week.
Now encourages clients to recruit an adoptee; adoptee fee $5.00.
» SERVICES PROVIDED IN ALL LANGUAGES

Grocery Outlet
(503) 492-2044 2925 NW Division, Gresham
Monday – Saturday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Offers up to 40% off on close dated or label changed items. Carries a
variety of frozen foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, deli, yogurt, eggs
and cheeses along with toy, health and beauty aids. 100% guaranteed.
Accepts Food Stamps.

Oregon Food Bank - Community Basket
(503) 282-0555 ext. 253
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Membership program that provides a supplemental grocery source
(food and non-food items), community building, and an educational
newsletter each month. Services for low income (185% of poverty). Fee
$5 for 4 months or $15 for 1 year. Call for locations in your area. News-
letter in Spanish, Russian and English.

Oregon Food Bank
(503) 282-0555
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Referrals to emergency food agencies, supplemental food program,
advocacy for low income families. (Limited direct service to clients)
Sponsors Operation Frontline, a cooking class taught by volunteer
chefs, Community Basket and Produce days. Call for locations.
Web Site: www.oregonfoodbank.org


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Portland Adventist Family Health Clinic (PACS)
(503) 252-8500 11020 NE Halsey, Portland 97220
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. - 12p.m..
Medical clinic for low-income patients with no health insurance. Patients
seen by appointment only. Food pantry for low income (USDA guide-
lines). Need photo ID for each member of the family, proof of income,
proof of address, can access food once a month. Used clothing and
furniture for sale. Fee: $10 for appointment. No mental health services
or pain assistance. Waiting List. Bring your own interpreter if non-
English speaking.

Salvation Army Family Services Assistance
(503) 231-4357
(503) 239-1264 1712 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland
Monday - Friday 9 a.m.–11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m.–3:30 p.m.
(503) 661-2704 39 NE 4th, Gresham
Tuesday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Emergency food baskets, limited clothing vouchers, prescription, en-
ergy assistance during winter (January – April), Christmas toys and
food. Gas vouchers or bus tickets for doctor appointments available.
New gear for school, beginning August 2nd, call to get on the list for sup-
plies, very limited assistance call early. Portland location offers life skills
classes by Oregon Extension Services, a four part series where you
receive a free bag of groceries. Free childcare during workshops.
Gresham location has youth programs ages 5-18, Wednesday evenings
during school (puppetry, scouts and boys group). Call for more informa-
tion. Produce Tuesday is for families in need of free produce. For sum-
mer camp information call 661-8972.

Salvation Army’s Child’s Path Program
(503) 872-8379 1712 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland 97232
Distribution: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9–11:30 a.m. & 1–3:30 p.m.
Applications: Tuesday 9 - 11:30 a.m.
Serves families with children under age 6 and senior citizens over 60
and pregnant women. Provides at least 50 pounds of food per month
free. To qualify you must have proof of income, documentation of
child’s birth date, proof of address, social security number and picture
ID. Call first to see if you qualify. Waiting List for new clients, limit for
food. You cannot be on WIC and also receive Child’s Path.
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Salvation Army Family Services - Gresham
(503) 661-2704 39 NE 4th, Gresham
Tues, Thurs & Fri 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. & 1 - 3 p.m. Wed 1 - 3 p.m. only
Emergency food, limited prescription, back to school gear, Christmas
toys and food. Produce with address verification on Wednesdays.
Web Site: www.tsacascade.org

Shepherd’s Door (Portland Rescue Mission)
(503) 906-7690 111 W. Burnside Portland 97209-4007
24 hours a day/7 days a week, please call first
Homeless Shelter - provides two meals per day, breakfast at 7 a.m. and
dinner at 6 p.m., has 50 beds for homeless on a lottery basis, TB card
required. Diaper donations to anyone who is in need, quantity is limited.
Web Site: www.portlandrescuemission.org

SNOW-CAP Community Charities
(503) 674-8785 17805 SE Stark (behind Rockwood Methodist Church)
PO Box 160 Fairview 97024
Monday - Friday 10 a.m.–1 p.m. (clothing) 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (food)
We offer help twice in a calendar year, more with signed letter on
agency letterhead explaining need. Emergency food boxes and chil-
dren’s clothing always available. Garden plots, home delivery of food
boxes for seniors and seriously disabled, Christmas Boxes, money for
prescriptions, utilities, and bus tickets available on a case by case ba-
sis. Referrals from social service professionals are given priority.
Web Site: www.snowcap.org

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
(503) 235-8431 3601 SE 27th Portland
Monday - Friday 10:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Food assistance, minimal utilities and rent assistance.
Web Site: www.svdppdx.org

Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau
(503) 823-2102 687 N Thompson, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Provides assistance with emergency food and clothing to families with
minor children, the disabled and the elderly, living within the Portland
city limits. By application over the phone only, no walk-ins.
Web Site: www.sunshinedivision.org

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Zarepath Kitchen
(503) 667-2692 59 NW Ave, Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Free meal Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.. In addition to the free meal
Pantry is open to provide food boxes for families and individuals in need
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 10 - 2 for residents east of
182nd Ave., bring ID and proof of residence. Ph: (503) 667-7932

HOUSING
ALOJAMIENTO
КОММУНАЛЬНОЕ ЖИЛЬЕ

See:   "What if I get an Eviction Notice" on page 137
       "What if I have problems with my landlord" on page 139
Busca: “¿Que pasa si recibo una nota de salida de me residencia?” en
       página 137
       “¿Que pasa si tengo problemas con el dueño de la residencia?” en
       página 139

Смотрите: “Что, если я получил уведомление о выселении?” – на
         странице 137
         “Что, если у меня проблемы с моим хозяином?” – на странице
         139

Daybreak Shelter Network
(503) 548-0200 (Human Solutions) ask for shelter coordinator
mailing: PO Box 33035, Portland 97292-3035
Open 7 days a week - Provides full service program for homeless fami-
lies with children and single women, including overnight accommoda-
tions, 3 meals per day, van transportation, shower and laundry facilities.
Case management, life skill classes.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
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Hacienda
(503) 233-0721 5136 NE 42nd Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hacienda offers affordable rental housing, bilingual and bicultural edu-
cation, health and support services to it’s residents, homeownership

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education and assistance and micro-entrepreneur opportunities. Serves
low-income Latinos and other families.
Web Site: www.haciendacdc.org
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HAP Public Housing
(503) 288-5750
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Income based rental apartments throughout Multnomah County.
Wait lists, call for information.
Web Site: www.hapdx.org
» Interpreters available upon request

Housing Authority of Portland
(503) 802-8300 135 SW Ash, Portland 97204
(503) 802-8333 – Section 8
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Low rent public housing, section 8 vouchers and single room
occupancy program (section 8). Go to office to apply for waiting list.
Listings of low-income housing in Multnomah County.
Web Site: www.hapdx.org
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Human Solutions
(503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
(503) 988-4531 501 NE Hood Suite 110, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12 & 1 - 5 p.m.
We have housing for homeless and low income families and case man-
agement, short-term intervention, and information and referral. Life
skills classes, lottery-based rental assistance before the first of each
month, energy assistance and employment programs.
Web Site: www.humansolutions.org
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My Father’s House
(503) 492-3046 PO Box 1147, Gresham 97030
Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. - noon
Serves homeless families. Housing for 5 families in transitional setting.
Web Site: www.mfhshelter.org

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My Sister’s House
(503) 665-1026 Gresham
My Sister’s House is a non-profit ministry and a home that will provide
shelter, education opportunities and assisted childcare for women and
children in transition. They offer short term housing for women in need.
A woman trying to regain custody of her child/children, will have a safe
place for supervised visitations. A woman who just needs a place to
regroup after a divorce or a separation would find refuge here. A
woman with a child/children who has a need for temporary shelter and
has the desire to make their life better can live here. Local agencies will
provide counseling for domestic violence victims. Future housing pro-
grams with community agencies provided.
Web Site: www.mysistershouse.net

PCRI – Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives
(503) 288-2923 6329 NE Martin Luther King Blvd., Portland 97211
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. / Applications: M-F 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Housing organization providing affordable rentals for low and moderate
incomes in N/NE Portland. $35 non-refundable application fee. Serves
families with median family income of 80% or less.
Web Site: www.pcrihome.org
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Portland Housing Center
(503) 282-7744 3233 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland 97232
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed 12 - 1 p.m. daily
Serves a variety of different incomes in the Portland Metropolitan area
including Multnomah, Washington & Clackamas Co. Works one-on-one
with first-time home buyers to assist them with the home buying proc-
ess. Provides education, counseling and financial services to people
from a variety of income levels. Our services promote the ability to ac-
cess affordable and stable home ownership opportunities in the Port-
land Metro area. First time home buyers invited to attend a free home
ownership orientation session. Orientations are held the first three
Wednesday of each month 6 - 7 p.m.. No registration necessary. Par-
ticipants are encouraged to bring information about gross household
income and $50 to sign up for home buying services. Free orientation.
Web Site: www.portlandhousingcenter.org
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REACH Community Development
(503) 231-0682 1135 SE Salmon St. Portland 97214
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. – 12 & 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Affordable rental housing in Southeast Portland for low-income individu-
als and families below 60% of the median income. Rent varies.
Web Site: www.reachcdc.org

Renters Rights Hotline
(503) 288-0130
Will not be answered by a live person. Must leave message. If able,
please look at the information on our website before leaving a mes-
sage. Cannot give legal advice but answers questions on tenant rights.
Web Site: www.oregoncat.org
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The Salvation Army West Women & Children's Shelter
(503) 224-7718 PO Box 2398 Portland 97208
Serves women and children who are fleeing domestic violence &/or
homeless with emergency and transitional housing. Accepts boys up to
age 12 years of age. 30 day stay for emergency housing. Transitional
housing up to 2 years, must stay in emergency housing to qualify for
transitional housing. First come/first serve basis, call to screen.
Web Site: www.tsacascade.org

Shared Housing
(503) 225-9924 2906 NE Glisan, Portland 97232
Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Matches individual and small families seeking housing with those who
would like to share their house or apartment. Payment to home provider
can be in the form of rent or the provision of needed services. Services
for anyone only limitation is exclusion for certain criminal history, cannot
abuse drugs or alcohol. One time application fee: $10-30 (based on
income)
Web Site: www.emoregon.org/shared.htm

Shepherd’s Door (Portland Rescue Mission)
(503) 906-7690 111 W. Burnside Portland 97209-4007
24 hours a day/7 days a week, please call first
Homeless Shelter - provides two meals per day, breakfast at 7 a.m. and
dinner at 6 p.m., has 50 beds for homeless on a lottery basis, TB card

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required. Diaper donations to anyone who is in need, quantity is limited.
Web Site: www.portlandrescuemission.org

Shepherd’s Door - Women's Ministry of the Portland Rescue
Mission
(503) 256-2353 13207 NE Halsey Portland 97230
Monday - Sunday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Serves homeless women and homeless women with children. 2 year
program, recovery, life change program. Have classes for women,
clean and sober environment, GED help. $50 fee for room deposit, re-
funded when you move out.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
(503) 235-8431 3601 SE 27th Portland
Monday - Friday 10:15 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Food assistance, minimal utilities and rent assistance.
Web Site: www.svdppdx.org

Unlimited Choices
(503) 234-6167 211 SE 80th Ave. Portland 97215
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Adapt-a-Home: Helps clients to make home or apartment handicap
accessible where otherwise not able to afford. Serves Portland,
Gresham, Beaverton, Vancouver and Multnomah County. Mend-a-
home: Emergency home repairs for low income home owners, please
call for information . Some programs expanding - please call or visit our
website.
Web Site: www.unlimitedchoices.org

Volunteers of America Home Free
(503) 232-6562 or (503) 771-5503 (hotline)
1-800- 235-5333 24 hrs.
Mailing Address: 3910 SE Stark St., Portland 97214
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (after hours calls routed to
Women’s Crisis Line)
Hotline, emergency hotel vouchers, long term transitional services, re-
straining order advocacy, safety planning, Latina program, children’s
services and referrals to other agencies. Serves survivors of domestic
violence and their children. Free.
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Yolanda House of the YWCA of Greater Portland
(503) 535-3269 (crisis line & general business)
Mailing address: PO Box 19178 Portland 97280
Monday – Sunday, 24 hours
Serves families and individuals who are escaping domestic violence
and/or are homeless. 30-day free, confidential, emergency shelter.
Case Management, family program, information and support groups for
shelter clients. 24-hour crisis line. Information and referral. Please call
(503) 535-3629 for Information and referral and shelter access.
Web Site: www.ywca-pdx.org
» Limited Español

THRIFT STORES
TIENDAS QUE VENDE ARTÍCULOS DE SEGUNDA MANO CON FINES
BENÉFICOS
КОММИССИОННЫЕ МАГАЗИНЫ

Better Bargains Thrift Store
(503) 254-1060 10209 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland 97220
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 8;30 p.m.
Bring in a bag of anything re-sellable to donate and receive a 30% off
coupon. Offer 25% off every Wednesday and Saturday on all merchan-
dise and senior discounts on Mondays. A monthly sale at .35 cents per
item clothing item 1st & 3rd Saturdays. Half off sale once per month,
call for details
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Finders Keepers Thrift Store
(503) 760-1676 12415 SE Powell Blvd., Portland 97236
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Goodwill Industries Store
(503) 661-1614 1776 NW Fairview, Gresham 97030
Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
(503) 788-1700 9015 SE Powell Blvd, Portland 97266
Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
(503) 254-4795 1643 SE 126th Portland 97230
Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.


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Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores
(503) 667-1984 1313 E. Powell Blvd. Gresham
Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
(503) 255-6254 11827 NE Halsey, Portland
Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Teen Challenge Thrift Store
(503) 230-1910 3121 NE Sandy Blvd., PO Box 14886, Portland 97293
Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The Other Mother
(503) 491-4787 1411 NE 181st. Ave.
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sells new and resale clothes, resale clothes are on a trade-in basis.
Bring your used, clean clothes and trade them for others. Accepts trade
until 5 p.m., limit of 2 medium size bags. Accepts furniture for resale.
$.25 cent sale on all clothes on the last Friday & Saturday of every
month.

Value Village Thrift Store
(503) 771-5472 5050 SE 82nd, Portland 97266
(503) 493-2411 4420 NE Hancock, Portland 97213
Monday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
» ESPAÑOL

                     EMPLOYMENT
                       EMPLEO
                 ТРУДОВАЯ ЗАНЯТОСТЬ

See:    "What if I lose my job" on page 131

Busca: “¿Que pasa si pierdo mi trabajo?” en página 131

Смотрите: “Что если я потерял работу?” – на странице 131

Confederated Tribes of Siletz
(503) 238-1512
Supportive information and referral for registered all registered mem-
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bers of all Native American tribes, Alaskan Natives and Hawaiian Na-
tives. Provide employment services, job training.

East County One Stop
(503) 661-3981 Joan Pasco - Coordinator
Multiple agencies which provide support services for employment
searches, workshops and classes for self-employed and small busi-
nesses. Resources centers listed below:
El Programa Hispano (503) 669-8350 451 NW 1st, Gresham
WorkSource Oregon State Employment Dept. (503) 669-7112 19421
SE Stark, Portland
Human Solutions (503) 548-0200 12350 SE Powell, Portland 97236
Mt. Hood Community College Career Center (503) 491-7432 26000
SE Stark, Gresham
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (971) 673-5858 305 NE
102nd Ave. # 200 Portland 97220-4170
Steps to Success (503)256-0432 1415 SE 122nd Ave, Portland 97233
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Wednesday Eve 5 - 8 p.m.
Web Site: www.eastcountyonestop.org

Job Connection
1-877-676-5872 11 Oregon/Washington locations
Mailing address: 1943 SE 6th Ave. Portland 97214
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Free job placement assistance (job lead, counseling) for the competi-
tively employable public with barriers to employment. The Job Connec-
tion program provides a free job search and referral program designed
to assist clients in locating employment within 30 days. Free resource
room available for assistance with a resume or interviewing.
Web Site: www.meetgoodwill.org

Labor Ready
(503) 253-9918 8776 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland
(503) 762-0838 12641 SE Division, Portland
Daily work for daily pay. Best to show up at 5:30 a.m. - general labor,
warehouse work, need photo ID and social security card. Wear long
pants and boots.
Web Site: www.laborready.com
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                       EMPLEO
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WorkSource Oregon State Employment Dept.
(503) 669-7112 Job referral (statewide listing)
19421 SE Stark, PO Box 2070, Gresham 97030
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Labor Exchange
(503) 451-2400 Unemployment Claims (on-line & phone)
Web Site: www.workinginoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL »       РУССКИЙ    » UKRAINIAN       » CANTONESE        »
SIGN LANGUAGE

HEAD START PROGRAMS/AREA SCHOOL DISTRICTS
  PROGRAMAS DE HEAD START/AREAS DE LOS DISTRITOS DE LAS ESCUELAS
 ПРОГРАММЫ ДОШКОЛЬНОГО ВОСПИТАНИЯ /Head Start/ ШКОЛЬНЫЕ РАЙОНЫ

Albina Early Head Start
(503) 282-1975 3417 NE 7th Ave. Portland 97212
Office: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., year round
Classrooms: Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., September - August
Serves low income pregnant women and children age 0 - 3.

Albina Head Start
(503) 282-1975 3417 NE 7th Ave. Portland 97212
Monday - Friday 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sept–May/Office: 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Free full day preschool for low income parents who are working, in
school, or a job training program. Children age 3 – 5, must be 3 before
Sept. 1st and not eligible for kindergarten.

Clackamas County Children’s Commission
(503) 675-4565 16491 S. Springwater Rd. Oregon City, 97045
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Preschool experience for children of low-income and children with spe-
cial needs. Social services through supportive home visits. Children
must be either 3 or 4 by September 1st of the current school year.
Web Site: www.cccchs.org
» ESPAÑOL

CDI Early Head Start
(503) 236-9389 911 N Skidmore St., Portland 97217
Mailing Address: PO Box 11046 Portland 97211
Office: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Childcare: 7 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
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  PROGRAMAS DE HEAD START/AREAS DE LOS DISTRITOS DE LAS ESCUELAS
 ПРОГРАММЫ ДОШКОЛЬНОГО ВОСПИТАНИЯ /Head Start/ ШКОЛЬНЫЕ РАЙОНЫ


Serves low income pregnant women and special needs children ages 0
- 3 in variety of program options. Prenatal homevisiting program fo-
cuses on nutrition & health, includes a prenatal group. Weekly parent/
infant groups for children to 18 months with home visits. Toddler class-
rooms meet at the Normandale School, 2-3 half-days a week with home
visits. Full-day, full-year childcare for families who are working, in
school or job training (call for eligibility requirements). Serves low-
income pregnant women, & special needs children 0-3 yrs.; Portland
area, east of the Willamette. Call to apply, waiting list.

Educational Opportunities for Children & Families (EOCF)
(360) 896-9912 10621 NE Coxley Dr, Suite 207 Vancouver Wa 98662
For children prenatal to 3: Early Head Start provides full day, full year
early learning & childcare services in home or in center. Infant Toddler
Early Intervention (ITEIP) provides free developmental screenings for
children 0-3, links to resources & services for children with disabilities.
For children 3 - 5: Head Start - full day and part day preschool pro-
grams; comprehensive child development services. Early Childhood
Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) provides part day pre-
school program, comprehensive child development services.
Web Site: www.eocfwa.org

ESL/Migrant Program Portland Public Schools
(503) 916-5777 6941 N. Central Portland 97203
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Ray DeMarco for Intake & Information.
Provides assistance to children grades Pre K – 12 who use English as
a second language. ESL testing, home visits, information and referrals
to social services agencies and transition to public schools.
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ     » CHINESE       » VIETNAMESE

Mt. Hood Community College Child Development and Family Sup-
port Programs (Administrative offices at Maywood Park)
(503) 491-6111 10100 NE Prescott, Portland 97220
Child Development and family support services available for pregnant
women and families of children age birth - 5 to who are low income
and reside in East County outside Portland Public Schools. Services
include Head Start, Early Head Start, and Parents as Teachers Pro-
gram and provides comprehensive preschool program including health
screenings, child and parent activities, transportation, family style
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  PROGRAMAS DE HEAD START/AREAS DE LOS DISTRITOS DE LAS ESCUELAS
 ПРОГРАММЫ ДОШКОЛЬНОГО ВОСПИТАНИЯ /Head Start/ ШКОЛЬНЫЕ РАЙОНЫ


meals, opportunities to volunteer, and parent involvement activities.
Part day and full day services with some programs available year-
round.
Early Head Start enrolls children who are birth to three and pregnant
moms in a variety of program options: EHS has a limited number of
child care slots available. Home based program involves weekly home
visits to families, socialization days, and a variety of parent groups of-
fered in the Rockwood area.
Part Day/Year Head Start offers a combination of classroom time and
home visits for families of preschoolers (ages 3-5) in locations through-
out mid and east Multnomah county. Limited transportation offered.
Full Day/Full Year Head Start provides child care for eligible families.
Child care is available for working parents, families eligible for child
care assistance and full time students parents (preference givent o stu-
dents taking 12 or more credits). Hours and locations vary, Monday
through Friday.
Migrant Education Preschool/Head Start provides preschool and
home visit services for migrant eligible families. All services provided in
Spanish.
Mt. Hood PAT (Parents as Teachers) provides monthly home visits
and weekly group experience for families with a child ages birth to five.
Web Site: http://www.mhcc.edu/pages/1058.asp
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ

Oregon Child Development Coalition
(503) 663-0896 2727 SE Anderson Rd, Gresham 97080
Program 1-seasonal Head Start yr round preschool, Jan-May & Sept-
Dec, age: 3-5; 8 hrs/day, 5 day/wk. Program 2-school for migrant chil-
dren age 6 wks to 5 ½ yrs. Open June - Aug. Serves families who meet
eligibility requirements of 51% of income must come from agriculture.
Web Site: www.ocdc.net
» ESPAÑOL

Portland Public Schools Head Start Program
(503) 916-5724 4800 NE 74th, Portland OR. 97218
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Head Start offers preschool programs providing comprehensive child
development experiences within the context of the child’s family and
community. We are committed to the development of social compe-
tence in young children. We recognize parents as the primary educa-

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  PROGRAMAS DE HEAD START/AREAS DE LOS DISTRITOS DE LAS ESCUELAS
 ПРОГРАММЫ ДОШКОЛЬНОГО ВОСПИТАНИЯ /Head Start/ ШКОЛЬНЫЕ РАЙОНЫ


tors in the life of their child. Morning/afternoon sessions (3 hour). Ex-
tended day programs available for families working or going to school.
Web Site: www.headstart.pps.k12.or.us
» ESPAÑOL » MIEN » CHINESE                 » VIETNAMESE         » LAO

Portland Public Schools Title VII/Indian Education
(503) 916-6499 2276 SE 41st Ave. Portland 97214
Full day Montessori Primary Program. Information, health and referral
services available. Before and after school program. PAT program.

Siletz Tribal Head Start
(503) 771-8867 (classroom) 1-800- 922-1399 Administration
7326 SE Flavel Portland 97206
Monday – Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Pre-Kindergarten program offering culturally sensitive environment.
Serves breakfast and lunch daily. Free dental and health screenings;
social service support through home visits. Serves low-income families
and children with disabilities, ages 3-4.
» Interpreter provided as needed

School Districts
(503) 760-7990            Centennial » Referral to language service
(503) 695-3612            Corbett
(503) 252-2900            David Douglas » ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ
(503) 618-2450            Gresham » ESPAÑOL
(503) 408-2100            Parkrose » Will arrange for interpreter for
                                        school related questions only
(503) 916-2000            Portland Public Schools » WILL ARRANGE
                          FOR INTERPRETER ON INDIVIDUAL BASIS
(503) 661-7200            Reynolds » ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ

Washington County Head Start Community Action Organization
(503) 693-3262 1001 SW Baseline St, Hillsboro 97123
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Head Start, - part day pre-kindergarten, 0 – 5 full day-full year, home
base. Assist all Washington County areas.
Web Site: www.communityaction4u.org
» ESPAÑOL

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                    SALUD / NUTRICÍON
                     ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
See:
        "How to apply for the Oregon Health Plan" on page 129
        "What if I need a doctor or a dentist" on page 133
        "What if I need emergency medical care or need help in
        locating a doctor /clinic for services" on page 135

Busca: “Como aplicar para el plan de salud de Oregon“ en página 129
       “¿Que pasa si necesito un doctor o un dentista?“ en página 133
       “¿Que pasa si necesito asistencia medica de emergencia?“ o
       “¿Necesito ayuda para localizar un doctor/clinica?“ en página 135

Смотрите:
       “Как записаться на Орегонский План Здоровья?“ – на
        странице 129
        “Что если я нуждаюсь в докторе или дантисте?“ – на странице
        133
        “Что, если я нуждаюсь в чрезвычайном медицинском
        обслуживании uли Требуется помощь в нахождении клиники
        или службы?“ – на странице 135

CaCoon – Care Coordination
(503) 494-4219 (in Portland) 1-877-307-7070 (outside Portland)
707 SW Gaines Rd. Portland 97239, PO Box 574 Portland 97207-0574
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Serves families whose children have special health needs. Provides
support for families, helps find resources, coordinates services and pro-
vides specialized nursing interventions. All services are planned around
the desires and concerns of the family and are provided in or near the
home community. Services are provided by public health nurses spe-
cially trained to work with children who have complex health conditions
with special needs. CaCoon services may begin prior to the infant’s
birth if a special health condition is diagnosed before birth.
Web Site: http://ohsu.edu/outreach/cdrc/oscshn/community/
nursing1.php

Car Seat Safety Program (Alicia Rodriguez)
(503) 988-3663 ext. 85055
General information, booster/car seats for infants/toddlers if available.
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                    ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
$20 suggested donation, waiting list. Serves residents of Multnomah
County and WIC eligible clients, referrals for non-WIC eligible.
» Interpreters available

Cascade Aids Program Hotline
1-800-777-2437
(503) 223-2437
1-800-499-6940 Spanish
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Provides information and counseling about AIDS, HIV & STD’s and pro-
vide referrals. After hours calls are transferred to the national line.
Web Site: www.cascadeaids.org
» ESPAÑOL

Cascade Aids Project (CAP)
(503) 223-5907 620 SW 5th Ave. Ste 300 Portland, 97204
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Provides HIV services, housing, education and advocacy. Also oper-
ates a Men’s Wellness Center for HIV & STD testing.
Web Site: www.cascadeaids.org

Catholic Charities El Programa Hispano
1-888-232-4448 or (503)-232-4448Crisis Line/ Domestic Violence
(503) 669-8350 451 NW 1st Street Gresham, 97030
(503) 236-9670 901 SE Oak St. Suite 106 Portland
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fridays by appointment
Social service agency offering counseling, domestic violence support &
youth services in Multnomah & Clackamas county. Provides ESL, citi-
zenship classes, literacy, advocacy, job listings, DMV driver manual
classes, cultural events, presentation on Latino issues & referrals for
GBLT services, mental health counseling, drugs and alcohol treatment,
gang prevention & intervention, low income tax clinic, academic support
for students attending Mid & East Multnomah County Districts. Services
provided vary by location, serves low income, fees vary.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL

Central City Concern Health Services
(503) 228-4533 727 W Burnside, Portland 97209
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
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                      ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
Services include conventional medical care, acupuncture treatment,
naturopathic health treatments, crisis intervention, and alcohol and drug
counseling. Sliding fee scale. Accepts some Oregon Health Plans. Call
for specifics.

DHS Self Sufficiency and Employment Services
(971) 673-5566 East Portland 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233
(503) 491-1979 Gresham 912 NE Kelly, Gresham
(971) 673-0909 Maywood 4510 NE 102nd Ave Portland, OR 97220
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m
Provides financial assistance for low-income families with a goal of be-
coming self-sufficient. Administers the food stamp program, Oregon
Health Plan, TANF, and the ERDC program (Employment Related Day
Care). Career computer center available for job search after noon. All
services are applied for in person between 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » HMONG       » LAOTION

East County Health Clinic
(503) 988-3333 - Appts (503) 988-4910 - Dental Appts.
Wic - (503) 988-3503 600 NE 8th Suite 300 Gresham 97030
Information and referral (503) 988-3816
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Immunizations, family planning, prenatal, and primary care. No walk-in
Health care not provided on a walk-in basis. Limited new patient avail-
ability, call for current information. Clients need to call and schedule an
appointment. Accepts CareOregon, sliding fee scale for prenatal only
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/
» ESPAÑOL » ON-CALL INTERPRETERS AVAILABLE FOR OTHER
LANGUAGES

Eastside Teen Clinic
(503) 988-5488
600 NE 8th Street Rm. 170 Gresham, 97030
Monday& Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday 8:30
a.m. - 4 p.m.
Health services and Mental Health Services for OHP, underinsured,
and uninsured teens. Confidential family planning, primary care, physi-
cals and immunizations. Serves adolescents age 12 - 19 in East Mult-
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                     ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
nomah County. Call during hours listed to make an appointment, mes-
sages will be returned. $5 Donation
» ESPAÑOL » OTHERS AVAILABLE

Hacienda
(503) 233-0721 5136 NE 42nd Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hacienda offers affordable rental housing, bilingual and bicultural edu-
cation, health and support services to it’s residents, homeownership
education and assistance and micro-entrepreneur opportunities. Serves
low-income Latinos and other families.
Web Site: www.haciendacdc.org
» ESPAÑOL

Hear Now
1-800-648-4327
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 – 5 p.m.
Assistance for hearing aids. Donations of hearing aids.

La Clinica de Buena Salud
(503) 988-3991 6736 NE Killingsworth St. Suite 100 Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Medical services for children and families. Provides health services to
those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Serves uninsured,
sliding fee scale (need verification of income), OHP & Care Oregon.
» ESPAÑOL      » Additional translation through Multnomah County

“Lead Line” Lead Poisoning Information & Services
(503) 988-4000 or 1-800-368-5060 3653 SE 34th Ave. Portland 97202
Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Referral, children only, for lead test to other clinics. Free blood / lead
testing for children 6 and under. Information for home repair and remod-
eling using lead-safe work practices, information workshops and ser-
vices for reducing home lead hazards and free tap water testing.
Serves insured and uninsured.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/lead/leadline.html
» ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ » VIETNAMESE

Legacy Diabetes and Nutritional Services
(503) 674-1254 or (503) 413-7348 24700 SE Stark, Admin Bldg A8
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                    ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
Gresham, 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: hours vary
Free support group for adults with diabetes. Diabetes support group
meets on the 4th Monday at 7 p.m., meets at Legacy Mt. Hood Medical
Center. Classes and one-on-one appointments are available for diabe-
tes education. Appointments also available for nutrition education and
weight loss.
» Interpreter Services provided for many languages
Letty Owings Center
(503) 235-3546 2545 NE Flanders, Portland 97232
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
Nine to twelve month Residential alcohol/drug treatment program. Ser-
vices for Pregnant women and women with children under 5 yrs. Fee:
may have OHP Plus and Sliding scale.

Medical Teams International - Mobile Dental Care
(503) 624-1000
1-800- 959-4325 Toll free
Mobile clinic at various locations, serves low income and uninsured ur-
gent care. Call for sponsoring agency partners.
Web Site: www.medicalteams.org

Medical Transportation Program
(503) 802-8700
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. For a Mon-
day ride, call no later than Saturday 8 p.m.
Will provide transportation to medical, counseling and dental appoint-
ments to clients on the Oregon Health Plan Plus or medical aid pack-
ages. For regular treatment appointments at 4-5 times per week may be
eligible for monthly bus pass. Call ahead 3 or more days in advance for
bus tickets to be mailed, please have all transportation information
available when making call (Dr. name, address, etc). Must have doctors
name to get approval for taxi rides if unable to use bus transportation.

Mid-County Health Clinic
(503) 988-3601 General Info 12710 SE Division Portland 97236
(503) 988-3333 Appointment and Information
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Wed. 1 - 7 p.m.
Full Care Medical clinic. Translation available in most languages. New

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clients must be screened for Oregon Health Plan, those not eligible will
be charged on sliding fee. OHP screening and application, WIC avail-
able. Call 988-3333 for appointments, some evening appt. available.
Oregon Health Plan, Medicaid, private insurance, sliding fee scale.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/

Multnomah County Health Department
(503) 988-3700 STD Clinic
(503) 988-3775 HIV Community Test Site
426 SW Stark 6th floor Portland 97204 No one is denied services
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/
» ESPAÑOL » Other languages available by appointment

Multnomah County Information and Referral
(503) 988-3816 or (503) 988-3333
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Serves Portland Metro & Tri-County area. Triage nursing interpretation
for Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese speaking clients of Multnomah
County clinics. Scheduling of Oregon Health Plan eligibility screening
appointments. Health information and Referral: regarding medical and
dental services, immunizations, urgent care, HIV, STD’s & WIC, alcohol
& drug abuse, child abuse, etc.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/
» ESPAÑOL »       РУССКИЙ    » VIETNAMESE

NARA/NW Health Clinic
(503) 230-9875 15 N Morris, Portland 97227
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Walk-ins 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Pharmacy Services: 10 - 12 a.m. & 1 - 4 p.m.
Medical Dr., Nurse Practitioner, Mental health counselor, Psychiatrist,
Nutritionist, women’s health program, family planning and confidential
HIV testing and counseling. Services for American Indian or Alaskan
Native residing in Portland/Vancouver area. Services are free.
Nara Administrative Madison Building: (503) 224-1044, provides mini-
mal services for heating and electricity.
Web Site: www.naranorthwest.org

Children Community Clinic
(503) 284-5239 27 NE Killingsworth St. Portland 97211
Appt & walk-in: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
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                     ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
Nurse Practitioners providing a wide range of personal health care in-
cluding collaboration with a physician when needed. Services include
physical exam, treatment of common problems, health education, early
childhood screening, immunizations, newborn care, counseling/safety/
nutrition, referrals to social agencies and specialists, and lab services.
Special services include: group clinics (for shelters), pediatric walk-in,
home visits, and community ed. classes. Accepts HMO, Care Oregon,
Family Care, private insurance, open Medicaid card & sliding fee/cash.
Web Site: www.npchc.org

Nursing Mothers Counsel (NMC)
(503) 282-3338 Oregon
(360) 750-0656 Vancouver
Breastfeeding support, provides information and non-judgmental lay
counseling about breastfeeding by other nursing mothers. Free breast-
feeding classes, low prices on items sold. Rental of breast pumps.
Breast pumps also available for sale. Non-profit, volunteer staff.
Web Site: www.nursingmotherscounsel.org
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
(503) 253-3443 10525 SE Cherry Blossom Dr. Portland 97216
Monday - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Acupuncture, herbs and massage treatment. Serves anyone, no severe
addictions. Sliding scale, lowest charge is $20.
» CHINESE

Oregon Dairy Council Nutrition Education Services
(503) 229-5033 10505 SW Barbur Blvd. Portland
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Provides low cost and free nutrition education materials and training for
parents, teachers, healthcare workers. Developed by our staff of regis-
tered dietitians. Free and low cost. Some educational materials avail-
able in Spanish.
Web Site: www.oregondairycouncil.org

Oregon Health Plan Client Advocate Hotline
1-800- 273-0557
1-800- 943-9249 Interactive Voice Response - status of OHP app
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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                     ЗДОРОВЬЕ / ПИЩА
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs/index.shtml
» ESPAÑOL      » TRANSLATION SERVICES - OTHER LANGUAGES

Oregon Poison Center
1-800- 222-1222 Nationwide (1 number for all poison centers)
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd Portland 97239
Monday – Sunday, 24 hours a day - Medical Translators available
Free services to everyone. Treatment recommendations for victims of
poisoning/toxic exposure. Public poison prevention education materials.
Web Site: www.oregonpoison.org

Oregon Safe Net
1-800-723-3638
Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
A health and human services hotline. Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese,
Hmung languages all available.
» ESPAÑOL      »   РУССКИЙ   » VIETNAMESE        » HMUNG

OSU Extension
Extension education programs help Oregonians solve problems and
develop skills related to youth, family, community, farm, forest, energy,
and marine resources.
Web Site: http://extension.oregonstate.edu
OSU Web Site: http://www.osu.orst.edu

Outside In Clinic
(503) 535-3800 1132 SW 13th Ave., Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. by phone - call for clinic times
Medical and naturopathic urgent care clinic, family planning, STD test-
ing, paps by walk-in only. Acupuncture, massage and energy healing by
appointment only. Serves all low-income or without insurance, under 21
and homeless given priority. Sliding scale based on income and how
many the income supports. Referrals into other specialty services
when available.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org
» ESPAÑOL      » Translator service available for other languages.

Overeaters Anonymous
(503) 254-5658
Self-help groups for compulsive eating. 12 step program. Most meet-

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ings open to all, members must have a desire to stop compulsive eat-
ing. Call for meeting info or visit the website. Voluntary donations.
Web Site: www.oregon-oa.org

Portland Adventist Family Health Clinic (PACS)
(503) 252-8500 11020 NE Halsey, Portland 97220
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. - 12p.m.
Medical clinic for low-income patients with no health insurance. Patients
seen by appointment only. Food pantry for low income (USDA guide-
lines). Need photo ID for each member of the family, proof of income,
proof of address, can access food once a month. Used clothing and
furniture for sale. Fee: $10 for appointment. No mental health services
or pain assistance. Waiting List. Bring your own interpreter if non-
English speaking.

Planned Parenthood of the Columbia/Willamette
(503) 666-6680 501 NE Hood Suite 100, Gresham 97030
Monday& Tuesday 11-7, Wednesday & Thursday 9-5, Friday 8-4, walk-
in hrs until 2 hours before closing (no appointment needed)
(503) 775-0861 3231 SE 50th Ave., Portland 97206
Monday& Tuesday 9-7, Wednesday 8-7, Thursday 9-7, Friday - Sunday
9-5, walk-in hour until 2 hours before closing
Reproductive health services, annual exam for women, STD exams for
women and men, STD treatment, all methods of birth control available,
free condoms, HIV testing, pregnancy tests, all options counseling,
medical abortions, emergency contraception, and confidential services.
Services for all. Sliding fee scale, some federal funds available for fam-
ily planning services.
Web Site: www.plannedparenthood.org/cw
» ESPAÑOL      » Interpreters available in several languages

Pregnancy Resource Center
(503) 666-6527 104 NW 11th Ave. Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday:
1:30 - 7 p.m.
Free pregnancy test, pregnancy counseling and parenting classes
available. Maternity and baby clothes, cribs, car seats may be available
to clients. Serves pregnant clients or clients with newborns. No fee.
Web Site: www.portlandprc.org
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Providence Family Medicine South East
(503) 215-9850 4104 SE 82nd Ave Suite 250, Portland 97220
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Family practice, serving all ages (birth to death). Provides financial as-
sistant program to established patients. Same day appointments for
established patients only.
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Rockwood Neighborhood Access Clinic
(503) 988-4585 808 SE 181st Portland, 97233
Mondays & Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call for immunizations or to get a health appointment.
» ESPAÑOL

Tuberculosis Prevention
(503) 988-3417 426 SW Stark 3rd floor Portland 97204
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 - 11 a.m., 1 - 4 p.m., Wednes-
day. 1 - 4 p.m.
Provide TB case treatment and preventative TB treatment for popula-
tions at risk (homeless, refugees, immigrants less than five years in the
US and those exposed to active TB) including TB screening and chest
x-rays. Appointments only, call to check eligibility. Multnomah County
residents. Free of charge to qualified individuals.

Wallace Medical Concern
(503) 489-1760 one location in Gresham & Portland, call for details
Mailing: PO Box 3506 Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings
Urgent general medical care for adults over 15 years. Dermatology, 1st
and 3rd Thursday of the month and podiatry care, 2nd and 4th Thurs-
day of the month for all ages. Appointment needed.
» ESPAÑOL

Well Child Clinics
(503) 988-3816 (Multnomah County referral and information line)
Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Information and referrals for health issues. Information on well-child
exams, free immunizations, WIC and Oregon Health Plan. Low cost,
sliding fee scale. Information also in Spanish and Russian.
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WIC
(503) 988-3503 12710 SE Division St., Portland 97236
WIC appts. made Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
(503) 988-3503 600 NE 8th Suite 300 Gresham 97030
Information and referral (503) 988-3816
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Serves pregnant women and children. Nutrition education program that
provides some food supplements. Must meet income criteria. Automati-
cally income eligible for WIC if you currently receive TANF, Food
Stamps or OHP.
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Casey Eye Institute Elks’ Children’s Eye Clinic
(503) 494-3000 / 1-800- 222-6478 3375 SW Terwilliger Blvd. Portland
97239
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Serves children 0-18 with eye conditions and adults for eye alignment
care. Some financial assistance. Social work services available,
language interpreters available.
Web Site: www.ohsuhealth.com/cei

Devers Eye Clinic
(503) 413-7022 1040 NW 22nd Ave Suite N168, Portland 97210
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Comprehensive eye care for medical conditions, does not provide
glasses or contacts. Spanish clinic available, call for appointment .
Serves low-income families, patients encouraged to apply for OHP -
need denial letter if ineligible. Those who don’t qualify for OHP can ap-
ply to receive free or discounted care. Appointments required. Insur-
ance accepted.
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
(503) 827-6952 1410 SW Morrison St. Suite 760 Portland 97205
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Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (via phone) no walk-ins
Referrals to Lions Club across the state for financial assistance with
eyeglasses and hearing aids (this is dependant on local Lions Club
funding). Referrals to KEX Kids Fund for assistance with eye exams,
glasses, hearing and hearing aids for kids in KEX Radio listening area
(12 counties in Oregon, 3 in Washington). Pays providers directly for
eye and ear surgery for those who who qualify. If applicant meets quali-
fications, no fee for most services. Must be Oregon resident for a mini-
mum of one year for most programs (legal US resident status not taken
into consideration). Active Youth Clubs/Lions Club - Scholarship based.
Web Site: www.orlions.org

Pacific University Eye/Vision Care
(503) 352-2500 511 SW 10th Ave. Suite 500 Portland 97205
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Full service eye care/vision care including contact lenses, optical shop.
Most insurance including OHP and Medicare. Serves pediatric and sen-
iors

Pacific University Southeast Family Vision
(503) 988-3506 3653 SE 34th Suite 200, Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (8 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Thursdays)
$40 Comprehensive exam (includes written prescription) for children
and adults. Free vision screenings for children. Call for appointment
Services for Non-insured & low income, 50% off other medical eye ser-
vices. Glaucoma screening, diabetic eye exams, contact lens exams.
$90 - $150 new patient’s not including contact lens. Spanish: Wednes-
day & Thursday, Russian: Monday, & Thurs; Vietnamese: Thursday
a.m. & Wednesday p.m.; Chinese: Wednesday 9-12 a.m.; Bosnian:
Thurs. Serves low income and non-insured.
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Vision USA
1-800-766-4466
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Provides basic eye health and vision care services free of charge to
uninsured low-income people and their families who have no other
means of obtaining care. Eligible clients will be matched with a volun-
teer doctor of optometry who will provide a comprehensive eye exam at
no charge. The doctors are donating their services and may be limited

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in some areas. Serves low income working families who have not had
an exam within 24 months.
Web Site: www.aoa.org

Salvation Army Family Services Assistance
(503) 231-4357
(503) 239-1264 1712 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland
Monday - Friday 9 a.m.–11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m.–3:30 p.m.
(503) 661-2704 39 NE 4th, Gresham
Tuesday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Emergency food baskets, limited clothing vouchers, prescription, en-
ergy assistance during winter (January – April), Christmas toys and
food. Gas vouchers or bus tickets for doctor appointments available.
New gear for school, beginning August 2nd, call to get on the list for sup-
plies, very limited assistance call early. Portland location offers life skills
classes by Oregon Extension Services, a four part series where you
receive a free bag of groceries. Free childcare during workshops.
Gresham location has youth programs ages 5-18, Wednesday evenings
during school (puppetry, scouts and boys group). Call for more informa-
tion. Produce Tuesday is for families in need of free produce. For sum-
mer camp information call 661-8972.


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SNOW-CAP
(503) 674-8785

Sunshine Division
(503) 823-2102 Portland Residents only

Toy & Joy Makers District 10
(503) 665-7037 2600 SE 182nd, Gresham 97030
Call the second week in November for Christmas help.

211 Info
211 or (503) 222-5555 621 SW Alder Suite 810, Portland 97205
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Hours vary by region)

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Non-profit organization providing information and referral service in the
Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area, Multnomah, Washington,
Clackamas and Southwest Washington.
Web Site: www.211info.org
» ESPAÑOL       » Translation available in 150 languages


Aging and Disabilities Helpline
(503) 988-3646 421SW Oak St. Suite 510 Portland
24 hrs., 7 days a week.
Information and referral service for seniors, age 60+, and disabled 18 &
older; won’t turn anyone away. Helps with issues like housing, food,
insurance, abuse, transportation, aging disability issues and more.
» INTERPRETERS AVAILABLE IN MOST LANGUAGES
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/ads

Americans with Disabilities Act Hotline (ADA) (WWU)
1-800-949-4232 TTY: 425-771-7438
6912 220th St. SW, Suite 105 Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Provides technical assistance and training materials. Operators can
answer questions about how ADA protects individuals with a wide
range of disabilities, including learning disabilities. Provides training and
materials free of charge - not an enforcement authority, cannot give
legal advice. An answering machine is available during non-business
hours and follow-up calls are placed the next working day.
Web Site: www.dbtacnorthwest.org

Attorney General's Consumer Hotline
1-877-877-9392 Toll Free Number
1162 Court St. NE, Salem, 97310 - mailing
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (hotline hours)
Deals with consumer fraud. Call to file a consumer complaint, for infor-
mation on businesses practices and referrals. After hours phone tree.
Web Site: www.doj.state.or.us
» ESPAÑOL

Cascade Aids Program Hotline
1-800-777-2437
(503) 223-2437
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1-800-499-6940 Spanish
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday Noon – 6:00 p.m.
Provides information and counseling about AIDS, HIV & STD’s and pro-
vide referrals. After hours calls are transferred to the national line.
Web Site: www.cascadeaids.org
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Child Abuse Hotline
(503) 731-3100 24-hours
Call for help with child abuse concerns. Can provide information and
referral, call 911 if child abuse is in progress.
» ESPAÑOL        » Other languages available

Gresham Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
(503) 618-2546 & (503) 618-2824 13333 NW Eastman Parkway,
Gresham 97030
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Information and referral line for a variety of situations. Child safety,
Neighborhood watch, trespass agreements, crime prevention through
Environmental Design (COTED), inspections, how to prevent car theft
and other crime prevention programs.
» ESPAÑOL

Hopeline Network
1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) & 1-800-273-8255
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.hopeline.com

International Language Bank of Oregon
(503) 234-0068 10301 NE Glisan Portland 97220
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m. (office hours) 24-hour hotline.
Interpreters available for over 40 languages. 24 hr, 7 days/week. Emer-
gency interpretations for police, fire, medical, social, legal situations.
Fee for services
Web Site: www.irco.org
» Will provide interpreter for other languages

IRS
1-800-829-1040 (hotline) (503) 326-5441 (Portland Office)
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1220 SW Third Ave. Portland 97204
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Call the hotline with general questions. For a face to face consultation
walk-in services are available at the Portland office or call and leave a
message to schedule an appointment,
www.irs.gov

Legal Aid Flyer Request Line
(503)295-9499
Monday – Sunday, 24-hours
Options to request informational flyers only. Flyers are about issues
such as child support enforcement , JOBS program, cash assistance,
SSI, Food stamps, OHP denial, visitation information, emergency assis-
tance, legal aid, landlord and senior materials.

Legal Aid Services / Law Center Public Benefits Hotline
1-800-520-5292
(503) 224-4086 Spanish
Intake: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 1 - 4 p.m., Wednesday & Friday 9
a.m. - 12 p.m.
Phone advice and legal representation regarding Government benefit
programs such as: TANF, Social Security, SSI, JOBS Program, child
support, family law, housing and restraining orders. Program available
for seniors which includes a thirty minute free consultation for seniors in
Multnomah County.
Bilingual message, English/Spanish
Web Site: www.oregonlawhelp.org
» ESPAÑOL

MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving (Multnomah Co. Chapter)
(503) 723-5040 24 hrs. 1-800-GETMADD (438-6233)
Mailing: PO Box 670 Portland 97024
405 W. Arlington Gladstone, 97027
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
MADD’s mission is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this vio-
lent crime and prevent underage drinking. Free membership.
Web Site: www.madd.org

Multnomah County Crisis Line
(503) 988-4888 Central Crisis Phone number

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1-800- 716-9769 Toll Free
Open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day
Call the crisis phone number for information about where to go and brief
crisis phone counseling. Mental health and chemical dependency crisis
line and services.
Cascadia Network Plaza ((503) 238-0705 Intake #: (503) 674-7777)
2415 SE 43rd Portland
Sunday - Saturday, 7 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.. Urgent walk-in clinics for
adults, families, teens and children (no appointment needed)

Multnomah County Information and Referral
(503) 988-3816 or (503) 988-3333
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Serves Portland Metro & Tri-County area. Triage nursing interpretation
for Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese speaking clients of Multnomah
County clinics. Scheduling of Oregon Health Plan eligibility screening
appointments. Health information and Referral: regarding medical and
dental services, immunizations, urgent care, HIV, STD’s & WIC, alcohol
& drug abuse, child abuse, etc.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/health/
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Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
(503) 284-1787 24 hour hotline
Web Site: www.portlandna.com

National Suicide Prevention Life Line
1-800- 273-TALK (8255)
Open 24 hrs./day, 7 days/week
Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Oregon Alcohol & Drug Helpline
(503) 244-1312(7 days-24 hrs) (503) 244-1614(7 days-24 hr Youth-line)
1-800-923-HELP (4357) Oregon Helpline
1-877-515-7848 Spanish Helpline (La Línea de ayuda)
1-877-553-TEEN (2417) Youth-line
1-800-273-8255 Suicide Lifeline (7 days-24 hrs)
Serves individuals and families seeking crisis intervention, referral and
general chemical dependency info. Youth line offers peer to peer crisis

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line for teens from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday- Fri. 24/7 Alcohol & drug
referral line offers support o people in recovery. Confidential crisis and
referral lines.
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Advocacy Center
(503) 243-2081 620 SW 5th – 5th floor, Portland 97204
Toll Free 1-800- 452-1694 / 1-800- 556-5351 TTY
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Legal advocacy to assist with legal issues relating directly to a disability.
Example: abuse & neglect, assistive technology, reasonable accommo-
dations and other areas. Can assist in getting individualized services in
school districts. Provides training on legal rights. Must live in Oregon.

Oregon Partnerships
(503) 244-5211 6443 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Portland 97221
1-800- 923-HELP (4357) Helpline 1-877-515-7848 Spanish Helpline
1-877- 553-TEEN (8336) Youthline
1-800- 273-TALK (8255) Suicide Prevention
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Resource Library)
Statewide non-profit program promoting healthy children and communi-
ties through drug and alcohol awareness prevention programs and a 24
hour crisis line for treatment and referrals. Resource library is open to
all to educate on the dangers of substance abuse. Materials also avail-
able in Spanish. All lines open 24 hrs a day/7 days a week.
Web Site: www.orpartnership.org
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Poison Center
1-800- 222-1222 Nationwide (1 number for all poison centers)
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd Portland 97239
Monday – Sunday, 24 hours a day - Medical Translators available
Free services to everyone. Treatment recommendations for victims of
poisoning/toxic exposure. Public poison prevention education materials.
Web Site: www.oregonpoison.org

Oregon Problem Gambling Helpline
1-800-233-8479 or 1-877-278-6766
Mailing address: PO Box 7125 Eugene 97401
24 hour crisis line. No cost for gamblers or their families. Serves clients
that have problems with gambling and family members affected by
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gambling who live or gamble in Oregon. Offers counseling, provides
referrals to agencies that provide counseling and treatment to gamblers
and their families. Phone services for gambling counselors 24 hrs. a
day, seven days a week.
» ESPAÑOL      (Helpline available in Spanish)
» ESPAÑOL      » SE ASIAN (Agencies available in these languages)

Oregon Safe Net
1-800-723-3638
Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
A health and human services hotline. Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese,
Hmung languages all available.
» ESPAÑOL      »   РУССКИЙ   » VIETNAMESE       » HMUNG

Oregon State Police (Police Services Dispatch)
(503) 731-3030

Parents Anonymous of Oregon
(503) 258-4568 1818 SE Division St. Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
Parent support hotline, groups throughout Portland. Children’s groups
for children 12 and under.
Web Site: www.parentsanonymous.org
» ESPAÑOL
Portland Women’s Crisis Line/
Linea de Crisis para mujeres de Portland
(503) 235-5333 24-hour PO Box 42610 Portland 97242
(888) 235-5333 Toll Free
Information and referrals for domestic violence, victim assistance, sex-
ual assault, legal information about obtaining restraining orders and
other related issues. Crisis intervention & counseling.
Web Site: www.pwcl.org

Renters Rights Hotline
(503) 288-0130
Will not be answered by a live person. Must leave message. If able,
please look at the information on our website before leaving a mes-
sage. Cannot give legal advice but answers questions on tenant rights.
Web Site: www.oregoncat.org

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Runaway Hotlines:
1-800-786-2929 (1-800-RUN-AWAY) National Switchboard
1-800-999-9999 Nine Line: Crisis intervention, information and referral
for shelters, drug rehabilitation, long term counseling. Youth services for
18 - 24 yrs.
(503) 233-8111 Harry’s Mother Teen Hotline: 738 NE Davis Portland
97232: 24-hour crisis line for teens or families, temporary shelter 3-4
days, free family counseling. (Serves 9-17 yrs)

Social Security Income
1-800- 772-1213 - To Apply, Recorder in English and Spanish
Web Site: www.socialsecurity.gov
» ESPAÑOL

Tel-Law
(503) 620-3000 (24 hours)
1-800-452-4776
A collection of recorded legal information by lawyers. Need a touch-
tone phone to enter 4-digit number for topic you are interested in. Avail-
able in English, Spanish, Russian, Mhung languages.
Web Site: www.osbar.org
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » MHUNG

Water Emergency
(503) 823-4874 24 hours - Water Emergencies such as main breaks,
sudden pressure drop, etc.
(503) 823-7770 (Water/Sewer billing related services) 1120 SW 5th
Ave, Portland 97204 mailing: PO Box 4216, Portland 97208
(503) 823-7525 Water quality hotline for questions or concerns regard-
ing water quality such as content, discolored water, etc.
Web Site: www.portlandonline.com/water


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The Beehive
The Beehive is a website provided by a nonprofit organization, as a
place to go for information and resources around the things that matter
in our lives: money, health, jobs, housing, government, legal & immigra-
tion, transportation, computer support, insurance, school and family.
www.thebeehive.org
» ESPAÑOL

Child and Family Program
The mission of the Child and Family Program is to help ensure educa-
tors, human service providers, and family members have the knowl-
edge, skills, and resources to meet the increasingly complex needs of
children and families at all developmental stages of life.
www.nwrel.org/cfc/

Childhelp USA®
1-800- 4-A-Child 24 hrs day/7 days a week. A national non-profit dedi-
cated to the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
Provides assistance in 140 languages, all calls are confidential.
www.childhelpusa.org

Connect 2 Jobs
Job search, resume tools, reviews on local training courses/programs
and career information.
www.connect2jobs.org/

Connect For Kids
Connect for Kids, an award-winning multimedia project, helps adults
make their communities better places for families and children.
www.connectforkids.org

Family Doctor
Health information from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
www.familydoctor.org

Health and Human Services
Resources for families, children, pregnancy, information on babies,
family issues, immunizations, teenagers and links for kids websites.
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Housing Connections
Housing resources for renters, landlords and agencies. Search for
housing, housing calculator, and Ready To Rent information.
www.housingconnections.org

IRS
Internal Revenue Service website provides useful information on filing
your taxes including: forms, tips, information about filing, e-filing, tax
payer advocate and the ability to check the status of your tax return.
www.irs.gov

Oregon Department of Revenue
State of Oregon tax information, forms and help.
www.oregon.gov/dor/

Oregon Helps
This interactive website can help families in need find out if they might
be eligible for assistance such as food stamps, health care and subsi-
dized housing, plus more, from twelve different services.
www.oregonhelps.org
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » VIETNAMESE

Oregon Tobacco Quit Line
(877) 270-7867 Spanish: (877) 266-3863
Information and referral for quitting tobacco.
www.oregonquitline.org

Parent.net
Information and articles for parenting children of all ages and parenting
tips newsletter.
www.parent.net

RX Hope
Can help you apply for, obtain and track requests for medications when
patients have no access to insurance or government-funded programs
www.rxhope.com

Worksource Oregon
Oregon Community Resource Directory, dedicated to providing free
online access to social service resources throughout Oregon. Also serv-

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ing Oregonians with workforce and employment, social support and
public health services.
www.workforcepartnersinoregon.org


American SIDS Institute (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)
1-800-232-SIDS (7437) 509 Augusta Dr. Marietta GA 30067
National hotline helps you find a parent support group in your area and
answers questions about SIDS.
Web Site: www.sids.org

Baby Blues Connection
(503) 797-2843 PO Box 33143 Portland 97292
24 hr. phone support
Telephone volunteer support for women struggling with mood disorders
during pregnancy and postpartum. Mom to mom support groups, re-
sources, phone counseling; provides speakers for education. A re-
corded message gives information on our services, caller leaves a mes-
sage and we will return the call within 24 hours. No charge to mothers.
Web Site: www.babybluesconnection.org
» ESPAÑOL

Birthright
1-800-550-4900 Toll-free/National
(503) 249-5801 1515 NE 41st Ave. Portland 97232
(360) 694-8156 214 E. 17th St. Vancouver 98663
Portland: Mon-Thursday 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Satur-
day 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Vancouver: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12-5:30
p.m., Tuesday & Thursday 12-4 p.m.
Paraprofessional counseling (not church associated), helps connect
clients with resources for financial or medical needs. Education is pri-
mary service provided also provides pregnancy tests. Free diapers, ma-
ternity clothes, baby accessories and clothing on the second Saturday
of every month, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., no appointment necessary. Hispanic
Client Care Specialists on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10a.m.. To
8 p.m. and available 24 hours a day at (503) 913-9360. Serves preg-
nant and new mothers. Program run by volunteers & services provided
by donated money or goods. Some Spanish translation possible.
» ESPAÑOL »       РУССКИЙ
Web Site: www.birthright.org
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Center for Women’s Health, Childbirth Education
(503) 494-0515 Community Outreach and Program Office
(503) 418-4508 Childbirth Education Information
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, Portland 97239
Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Class in p.m. at OHSU hospital. Offers childbirth, prenatal, Lamaze.
Web Site: www.ohsuwomenshealth.com

Children Community Clinic
(503) 284-5239 27 NE Killingsworth St. Portland 97211
By appt & walk-in: Monday - Thursday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. - 3
p.m.
Nurse Practitioners providing a wide range of personal health care in-
cluding collaboration with a physician when needed. Services include
physical exam, treatment of common problems, health education, early
childhood screening, immunizations, newborn care, counseling/safety/
nutrition, referrals to social agencies and specialists, and lab services.
Special services include: group clinics (for shelters), pediatric walk-in,
home visits, and community ed. classes. Accepts HMO, Care Oregon,
Family Care, private insurance, open Medicaid card & sliding fee/cash.
Web Site: www.npchc.org

FASCETS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consultation Education and
Training Services)
(503) 621-1271 15500-L NW Ferry Road Portland 97231-1331
Hours and services vary by request
Non-profit organization providing community education, workshops,
seminars, professional development, consultation and program devel-
opment. Direct services for individuals & families
Web Site: www.fascets.org

First Candle/SIDS Alliance
1-800- 221-7437 Grief counselors available 27 hrs a day/7 days/week.
1314 Bedford Ave. Suite 210 Baltimore, MD 21208
Offers support groups for families experiencing stillbirth, SIDS, and
other infant deaths. The organization offers quality assured information
on Safe Sleep environments. See the latest research and talk with
childcare/healthcare providers about infant health and survival.
Web Site: www.firstcandle.org
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Infant Massage
(503) 988-5157 Cascade East Team Offices 600 NE 8th St. Suite 220,
Gresham 97030
Infant massage, call for specific information, clients will be directed to
the appropriate interpreter.
Web Site: www.mchealth.org/pha/teams2001/
» ESPAÑOL »        РУССКИЙ


International Infant Massage
(503) 492-9408 ext. 13 Yamhill Early Head Start 19309 SE Yamhill
Gresham, 97030
(503) 253-1832 ext. 10 Hazelwood
Infant Massage Groups at sites or in your homes. Certified Infant Mas-
sage Instructors are available on a limited basis to provide 4 hour long
sessions to teach parents the art of infant massage with their babies,
ages birth to three years old. Classes include parents and babies. Call
for more information. Free.
Web Site: www.iaim.net            www.infantmassageusa.org
» ESPAÑOL

Kaiser Permanente - Baby Massage Workshop
(503) 286-6816 Kaiser Permanente’s Town Hall
1-866-301-3860 Toll Free
Mailing: 7201 N. Interstate Ave. Portland 97217 Register for classes at
7201 N. Interstate Ave. Portland 97217
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Two hour seminar teaches parents or caregivers to safely massage
baby, learn how massage helps to soothe, relax, relieve gas pains from
colic and stimulates your baby’s growth and development. Classes are
held weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. Other types of classes
available relating to: childbirth, diabetes, nutrition, tobacco risks, parent/
family education. Serves Parents and infants age 1-6 months. $25 for
members, $30 general public, $5 Kaiser Teens.
Web Site: www.kaiserpermanente.org

Legacy Women’s Services
(503) 413-4840 1919 NW Lovejoy St. Portland 97209
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Childbirth preparation information on labor and birth process, breathing
and relaxation techniques, and other labor support skills, medicines and
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anesthesia options. Many classes available including preparing your
body for baby, 1st time parenting, childbirth preparation (also available
in Spanish), breastfeeding, baby care basics, cesarean birth class, mul-
tiple birth expectations, siblings, prenatal yoga and mom and baby Pi-
lates. Please call for current class dates and availability. Fees range
from $10 to $135, call for more information and description of classes.
Classes held at all locations.
Web Site: http://www.legacyhealth.org

March of Dimes - Oregon Chapter
(503) 222-9434 1220 SW Morrison, Suite 510 Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature
birth and infant mortality. Clients by referral.
Web Site: www.marchofdimes.com
» ESPAÑOL

National College of Naturopathic Medicine
(503) 552-1551 2220 SW 1st Ave. Portland 97201
Monday& Wednesday 12 - 7:30 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday 8 a.m. - 8
p.m., Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Teaching clinic of the National College of Naturopathic Medicine pro-
vides naturopathic medicine care in a primary care setting. In-house
laboratory and natural medicine dispensary. General wellness, preven-
tative care as well as treatment for acute and chronic illness. Hydrother-
apy, colonic therapy and acupuncture are available. Open to the public,
sliding scale and college student discounts may apply. $90 first office
visit basic fee, $60 return visit.
Web Site: www.ncnm.edu

Nursing Mothers Counsel (NMC)
(503) 282-3338 Oregon
(360) 750-0656 Vancouver
Breastfeeding support, provides information and non-judgmental lay
counseling about breastfeeding by other nursing mothers. Free breast-
feeding classes, low prices on items sold. Rental of breast pumps.
Breast pumps also available for sale. Non-profit, volunteer staff.
Web Site: www.nursingmotherscounsel.org
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   МЛАДЕНЕЦ/МАЛЫШ & И ДОРОДОВОЕ ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЕ
Oregon Health Division Lead Based Paint Program
(971) 673-0429
Help for do-it-yourselfers about lead-safe remodeling, or about finding a
contractor who can work lead-safe; lead poisoning prevention; and pro-
vides lists of certified inspectors and risk assessors to test for lead paint
and certified contractors trained to remove or control lead-paint hazards
and in an environmentally safe manner.
Web Site: www.dhs.state.or.us/publichealth/index.cfm

Oregon Safe Net
1-800-723-3638
Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
A health and human services hotline. Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese,
Hmung languages all available.
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ   » VIETNAMESE         » HMUNG

Planned Parenthood of the Columbia/Willamette
(503) 666-6680 501 NE Hood Suite 100, Gresham 97030
Monday& Tuesday 11-7, Wednesday & Thursday 9-5, Friday 8-4, walk-
in hrs until 2 hours before closing (no appointment needed)
(503) 775-0861 3231 SE 50th Ave., Portland 97206
Monday& Tuesday 9-7, Wednesday 8-7, Thursday 9-7, Friday - Sunday
9-5, walk-in hour until 2 hours before closing
Reproductive health services, annual exam for women, STD exams for
women & men, STD treatment, all methods of birth control available,
free condoms, HIV testing, pregnancy tests, all options counseling,
medical abortions, emergency contraception, & confidential services.
Sliding fee scale, some federal funds for family planning services.
Web Site: www.plannedparenthood.org/cw
» ESPAÑOL       » Interpreters available in several languages

Portland Providence Lactation Center
(503) 215-6085 2705 E Burnside, Suite 112 Portland 97213
(503) 215-6255 Lactation Consult
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed 12:30-1) Sat. 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Electronic breast pump rental and sales, accessory sales, books on
breastfeeding and infant care, breastfeeding pillows, expert bra fitting
and wide selection of nursing bras, etc.
Web Site: www.providence.org/oregon/health_resource_centers/
pregnancy_center/breastfeedingservices.htm

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Precious Beginnings
(503) 244-3350 PO Box 19508 Portland 97280-0508
A nonprofit organization that supports parents and families in the NICU.
We provide a quarterly newsletter for families, volunteer in the unit, and
have a parent support hotline so that parents can get connected with
others who have had similar experiences. We provide other amenities
and services to ease the family's NICU experience. These include gifts
for holidays, training and education, grief assistance, videos and books
for siblings, a refrigerator and VCR’s for family use, referrals of commu-
nity and medical resources, and preemie clothing.

Pregnancy Resource Center
(503) 666-6527 104 NW 11th Ave. Gresham 97030
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday:
1:30 - 7 p.m.
Free pregnancy test, pregnancy counseling and parenting classes
available. Maternity and baby clothes, cribs, car seats may be available
to clients. Serves pregnant clients or clients with newborns. No fee.
Web Site: www.portlandprc.org
» ESPAÑOL - LIMITED

Providence Health Education Services
(503) 216-6595 Health & Lifestyle Center PO Box 3338 Portland 97208
9340 SW Barnes Rd. Suite 200 Portland - Providence St. Vincent Medi-
cal Center
4805 NE Glisan St. Portland - Providence Portland Medical Center
Monday - Friday 8 - 6:30 p.m., Classess offered Monday- Sun.
Providence offers a variety of health education classes. Offerings range
from pregnancy and parenting to health and wellness. Please check our
website for a complete listing. Serves everyone, discounts available.
Web Site: www.providence.org/classes
» Interpreters available for all languages

Shepherd’s Door (Portland Rescue Mission)
(503) 906-7690 111 W. Burnside Portland 97209-4007
24 hours a day/7 days a week, please call first
Homeless Shelter - provides two meals per day, breakfast at 7 a.m. and
dinner at 6 p.m., has 50 beds for homeless on a lottery basis, TB card
required. Diaper donations to anyone who is in need, quantity is limited.
Web Site: www.portlandrescuemission.org

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SSI for Premature Infants
1-800- 772-1213
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Your premature infant may be eligible for SSI, a parent, guardian, other
relative or third party should call as soon after the child’s birth as possi-
ble. Free advice if you meet income guidelines and your child has been
denied benefits. Some legal representation. Call for intake.
Web Site: www.socialsecurity.gov


        LEGAL SERVICES / ADVOCACY
      SERVICIOS LEGALES/CONSEJERIA
     ЮРИДИЧЕСКИЕ УСЛУГИ / АДВОКАТУРА

Attorney General's Consumer Hotline
1-877-877-9392 Toll Free Number
1162 Court St. NE, Salem, 97310 - mailing
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (hotline hours)
Deals with consumer fraud. Call to file a consumer complaint, for infor-
mation on businesses practices and referrals. After hours phone tree.
Web Site: www.doj.state.or.us
» ESPAÑOL

Catholic Charities El Programa Hispano
1-888-232-4448 or (503)-232-4448Crisis Line/ Domestic Violence
(503) 669-8350 451 NW 1st Street Gresham, 97030
(503) 236-9670 901 SE Oak St. Suite 106 Portland
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fridays by appointment
Social service agency offering counseling, domestic violence support &
youth services in Multnomah & Clackamas county. Provides ESL, citi-
zenship classes, literacy, advocacy, job listings, DMV driver manual
classes, cultural events, presentation on Latino issues & referrals for
GBLT services, mental health counseling, drugs and alcohol treatment,
gang prevention & intervention, low income tax clinic, academic support
for students attending Mid & East Multnomah County Districts. Services
provided vary by location, serves low income, fees vary.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
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Catholic Charities Immigration Services
(503) 542-2855 901 SE Oak St. Suite 105, Portland, 97214
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. by appt. only
Immigration legal services, including family visas, residence, deporta-
tion/removal defense, citizenship, battered spouse self-petitions, politi-
cal asylum, special programs for Central Americans, etc. Drop-in con-
sultations at least twice monthly - call for information. Phone consulta-
tion available by call-back for those OUTSIDE Multnomah, Washington,
Clackamas or Clark Counties. Consultation at El Programa Hispano,
call above number. Services for low-income individuals and families
needing immigration legal assistance. Donations requested when
possible, no one turned away for lack of funds. Fee: $30 consultation.
Web Site: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org
» ESPAÑOL » Other languages available

Civil Rights Division - Oregon Labor and Industries Bureau
(971) 673-0761 800 NE Oregon St., Suite 1045 Porltand 97232
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Discrimination protection in areas of employment, housing, public ac-
commodations, professional and trade schools on basis of race, relig-
ion, color, national origin, sex, age marital status, and mental/physical
disability. Investigates and mediates complaints and retaliation for filing.
Web Site: www.boli.state.or.us
» ESPAÑOL

Consulado de México
(503) 946-0100 1234 SW Morrison St. Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 2 p.m.
Legal services, assistance with documentation. Fee for certificates.

Department of Documentation
(503) 274-1442 / (503) 274-1450 / (503) 478-0435
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Legal Documentation, travel, immigration issues, birth certificates and
passports, credentials (vote) etc.

Department of Protection
(503) 229-0790 / (503) 478-0436 / (503) 478-0437
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Legal problems such as custody, child support, domestic violence, etc.
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Referrals
Web Site: www.sre.gob.mx/portland
» ESPAÑOL

Fair Housing Council of Oregon
(503) 223-8197 (Intake) 1-800-424-3247 1020 SW Taylor St. Suite.
700, Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Education, outreach, and enforcement centered around housing dis-
crimination. The discrimination must fall within one of the protected
classes, which are: race, color, religion, national origin, sex, mental or
physical disability, family status, source of income, marital status, age,
sexual orientation. Serves protected class people experiencing dis-
crimination in housing situations for residents of Oregon & Clark Co.,
Washington. No fee.
Web Site: www.fhco.org
» ESPAÑOL » AT&T LANGUAGE LINE SUPPORT FOR ADDI-
TIONAL LANGUAGES AS NEEDED

Family Court Services
(503) 988-3189
(503) 988-3037 Parenting class phone number
Marriage conciliation, mediation, and custody/parenting time evaluation.
Parenting class for State of Oregon requirement ORS 3.425 costs $45 if
filed within 45 days, otherwise cost is $60 call (503) 988-3037. May reg-
ister online for parenting class.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/dcj

Immigration Counseling Service
(503) 221-1689 519 SW Park Avenue, Suite #610 Portland 97205
ICS is an immigration legal services agency and non-profit organization
that helps individuals with their immigration matters and represents
people in front of immigration and immigration court. Serves low to
moderate income clients, minimal scale of flat-rate fees, $20 for initial
consultation.
Web Site: www.immigrationcounseling.org
» ESPAÑOL       » OTHER

Legal Aid Flyer Request Line
(503)295-9499
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Monday – Sunday, 24-hours
Options to request informational flyers only. Flyers are about issues
such as child support enforcement , JOBS program, cash assistance,
SSI, Food stamps, OHP denial, visitation information, emergency assis-
tance, legal aid, landlord and senior materials.

Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Multnomah County Office
(503) 224-4086 921 SW Washington Suite #500, Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. closed 12 - 1 p.m..
Services provided in the areas of family law, housing problems, public
benefits (food stamps, TANF, unemployment compensation, Oregon
Health plan, etc.) and senior problems. Serves Multnomah County. Ser-
vices for low-income persons or other underserved population and who
have a legal problem in one of our priority areas. No Fee for services.
Interpreters available, including hearing-impaired.
Web Site: www.oregonlawhelp.org
» ESPAÑOL       » SIGN LANGUAGE

Legal Aid Services / Law Center Public Benefits Hotline
1-800-520-5292
(503) 224-4086 Spanish
Intake: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 1 - 4 p.m., Wednesday & Friday 9
a.m. - 12 p.m.
Phone advice and legal representation regarding Government benefit
programs such as: TANF, Social Security, SSI, JOBS Program, child
support, family law, housing and restraining orders. Program available
for seniors which includes a thirty minute free consultation for seniors in
Multnomah County.
Bilingual message, English/Spanish
Web Site: www.oregonlawhelp.org
» ESPAÑOL

Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic
(503) 768-6500 310 SW 4th Ave., Suite 1018
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Law students. Services available: Chapter 7 bankruptcy, child support
modifications, domestic abuse restraining orders, unemployment com-
pensation hearings, residential evictions, tax issues with the IRS, di-
vorce and expungement. New client intakes January - April 15th, June,
September - December 10th. Clients must meet federal poverty income

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guidelines to qualify (except for tax issues, which is 250% of guide-
lines). $25 registration cost (except for tax issues) which may be waiv-
able for poverty, then free legal services. Client must pay filing fees or
court costs.

Metropolitan Public Defender
(503) 225-9100 630 SW 5th # 500 Portland
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Court-appointed legal representation of indigent defendants facing
charges in criminal justice system, juvenile justice or civil commitments.
Alternatives to incarceration. Referral to community services. No fee.
» ESPAÑOL

Multnomah County Child Support Enforcement
(503) 988-3150 Portland office 1120 5th Ave. #1530 Portland
(503) 988-5321 Gresham office
1-800- 850-0228 24 hour information line
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
A division of the district attorney’s office that can assist in obtaining
child support from a parent. Call number to open a new case or learn
about getting medical insurance from a parent, tax intercepting, wage
withholding, or when a child support payment is late. Spanish available.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/da/sed/
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon Advocacy Center
(503) 243-2081 620 SW 5th – 5th floor, Portland 97204
Toll Free 1-800- 452-1694 / 1-800- 556-5351 TTY
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Legal advocacy to assist with legal issues relating directly to a disability.
Example: abuse and neglect, assistive technology, reasonable accom-
modations and other areas. Can assist in getting individualized services
in school districts. Provides training on legal rights. Must live in Oregon.
» ESPAÑOL

Oregon State Bar – Lawyer Referral Service
(503) 684-3763
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call for help finding a lawyer. Ask if you qualify for the Modest Means
Program. If qualified $35 consultation fee and $60 per hour after that.

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Web Site: www.osbar.org
» ESPAÑOL       »   РУССКИЙ


Pro Bono Program, Oregon Law Center for Multnomah County
(503) 295-2760 Intake - 813 SW Alder, Suite 500, Portland 97205
Intake: Monday – Wednesday: 4:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. (intake may be shut
down periodically due to applicant overload)
Legal assistance for low-income persons in the Portland metro area
who have civil law problems. No emergency or criminal cases. Will try
to place eligible applicants with a volunteer attorney from the commu-
nity at no fee, placement takes 4-6 weeks. Referrals provided to other
agencies for matters we do not assist with. Habla Español.
» ESPAÑOL

Resolutions Northwest
(503) 595-4890 1827 NE 44th Suite 300, Portland 97213
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and some evenings
Neighbor-to-neighbor, landlord-tenant, workplace, family, school, victim
offender, and business dispute resolution. Also provide facilitations of
conflict resolution and mediation education and training. Low cost or no
cost. Voluntary
Web Site: www.resolutionsnorthwest.org
» ESPAÑOL      » Other languages & ASL with prior notice

Russian Oregon Social Services
(503) 777-3437 4033 SE Woodstock, Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
ESL, case management, dental care, legal consultation, referral, cross-
cultural and community orientation, domestic violence, mental health
services, breast health educational classes and support groups. Ser-
vices for Russian speaking refugees & immigrants. Services for youth
12 - 18 years helping with adaptation to new culture, mentoring. No fee
for services except for translation, notarization and ESL classes.
Web Site: www.emoregon.org/ROSS.htm
»   РУССКИЙ   » UKRAINIAN

SSI Kids Hotline
1-800- 520-5292
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Free advice if you meet income guidelines and your child has been de-
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nied Social Security benefits. Some legal representation. Call for intake.

St. Andrew Legal Clinic - Multnomah County
(503) 281-1500 807 NE Alberta, Portland 97211
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Intake clinic: Wednesday 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Family-Law representation (Divorce, custody, adoption, support), slid-
ing-fee scale based on income/resources. Initial consultations every
Wednesday and every other Tuesday evenings 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., $25
for consultation, call for appointment. Fees charged on a sliding scale
based on income and other related considerations.
» ESPAÑOL

Theft Talk Counseling Services
(503) 771-2542 3705 SE 39th Ave., Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Provide group counseling for youth and Adults with theft issues. Ser-
vices for ages 7 yr.-adult. Fee $25 – 90 depending on program.
» ESPAÑOL

Victim Assistance Program
(503) 988-3222
1021 SW 4th, Room 804, Multnomah Co. Courthouse Portland 97204
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Victim advocates work directly with crime victims to explain the criminal
justice system, offer referral information to appropriate community ser-
vices, and to guide them through the prosecution process. Crisis re-
sponse to rape victims available on a 24-hour on-call basis.
Web Site: http://www.co.multnomah.or.us/da/

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Autism Society of Oregon
(503) 636-1676 (Portland) 1-888-AUTISM-1 (toll free)
PO Box 396 Marylhurst, 97036
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
ASO provides information and support to families and professionals.

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Empowers individuals with Autism, families, and their service providers
to improve the quality of their lives as they cope with Autism. Increases
awareness of needs, interests, and solutions related to Autism in Ore-
gon's communities, service providers systems, and government agen-
cies. Create a statewide information & resource network in order to fa-
cilitate communication & service delivery within Oregon's autism com-
munity. Serves anyone on the Autism - spectrum.
Web Site: www.oregonautism.com

Baby Blues Connection
(503) 797-2843 PO Box 33143 Portland 97292
24 hr. phone support
Telephone volunteer support for women struggling with mood disorders
during pregnancy and postpartum. Mom to mom support groups, re-
sources, phone counseling; provides speakers for education. A re-
corded message gives information on our services, caller leaves a mes-
sage and we will return the call within 24 hours. No charge to mothers.
Web Site: www.babybluesconnection.org
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Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Child & Family Program
(503) 253-6754 131 NE 102nd, Portland 97220
(503) 674-7777 - To schedule an appointment/Mental Health info.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Walk-ins welcome 7 days a week, 7
a.m. - 10:30 p.m. at 2415 SE 43rd. Ave. for Urgent Care
Family therapy and parenting support. A variety of groups with varying
levels of parent participation. Individual therapy when indicated. Ac-
cepts OHP, Verity + and limited private insurances.
Web Site: www.cascadiabhc.org
» Interpreters available

CHADD Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders
(503) 294-9504
Parent run organization offering education and support groups for chil-
dren and adults. Adult group meets the third Tuesday of the month, 7-9
p.m. at Wilcox building, downstairs, 22nd & Northrup (1 block north of
previous location). Women’s group meets the fourth Wednesday of the
month, 7-9 p.m. at 1015 NW 22nd Ave. The Gresham Family Support
group meets the first Thursday of the month at 24850 SE Stark, Dr. Cal-
cagno is the facilitator. Groups are free and open to the public, no child

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care available, leave a message. First newsletter is free!
Web Site: www.chadd.org

DHS - Child Welfare
(503) 674-3610 Gresham 355 NW Division, Gresham, 97030
(971) 673-2100 Portland 3618 SE 122nd Portland
(971) 673-2135 Rockwood 3552 SE 122nd Ave. Portland
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Child welfare agency which offers protection to abused and neglected
children. Case work and counseling services for families, Family media-
tion and intervention. In-home services and parenting groups. Recruits
and certifies foster homes. Eligibility to be determined on a case-by-
case basis. Provides services in partnership with local communities and
partners to strengthen Oregon families so children can remain safely at
home or return children to home as soon as possible. If removal is nec-
essary, children are placed in a safe healthy permanent setting as soon
as possible, to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of children.
Web Site: www.oregon.gov/dhs/index.shtml
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for other languages by appointment

Family Court Services
(503) 988-3189
(503) 988-3037 Parenting class phone number
Marriage conciliation, mediation, and custody/parenting time evaluation.
Parenting class for State of Oregon requirement ORS 3.425 costs $45
call (503) 988-3037. May register online for parenting class.
Web Site: www.co.multnomah.or.us/dcj

Helensview School
(503) 262-4150 8678 NE Sumner St. Portland 97220
Monday - Friday (Student hours) 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Serves youth aged 12 - 21 who benefit from a specialized alternative
setting. Diploma-based comprehensive academic, social and career
support offered. Most appropriate for pregnant and parenting youth,
youth on probation, parole and/or youth struggling or out of school.
Childcare on-site. Serves clients referred from counselor.
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Insights Teen Parent Program
(503) 239-6996 2020 SE Powell Blvd. Portland 97202
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Serves young parents by providing parenting groups in area schools,
case management services, emergency food and clothing and limited
housing program. Provides encouragement and advocacy in areas of
education, parenting skills, employment, health care, community educa-
tion and training.
Web Site: www.insightstpp.org
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Juvenile Firesetter Program
(503) 823-3806 55 SW Ash St. Portland 97204
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Education intervention, JFS program is designed to educate youth and
their parents/guardians about fire safety, personal safety and the
consequences of fire. Family meets individually with program manager
or a firefighter trained in fire-setting intervention techniques. Serves
youths who misuse fire ages 1–18 years old, Portland area residents
only

Kinship House
(503) 460-2796 1823 NE 8th Ave. Portland 97212
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., some evenings
Comprehensive mental health services for foster/adoptive children and
families. Specialized training and consultation for families and profes-
sionals. Serves children and families touched by adoption/foster care.

Mt. Hood PAT (Parents as Teachers)
(503) 253-1832 10100 NE Prescott, Portland 97220
Provides monthly home visits and weekly group experience for families
with a child ages birth to five.
Web Site: http://www.mhcc.edu/pages/1058.asp
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Nursing Mothers Counsel (NMC)
(503) 282-3338 Oregon
(360) 750-0656 Vancouver
Breastfeeding support, provides information and non-judgmental lay
counseling about breastfeeding by other nursing mothers. Free breast-

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feeding classes, low prices on items sold. Rental of breast pumps.
Breast pumps also available for sale. Non-profit, volunteer staff.
Web Site: www.nursingmotherscounsel.org
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OSU Extension
Extension education programs help Oregonians solve problems and
develop skills related to youth, family, community, farm, forest, energy,
and marine resources.
Web Site: http://extension.oregonstate.edu
OSU Web Site: http://www.osu.orst.edu

Outside In Day Program
(503) 223-4121 1132 SW 13th Ave. Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Homeless services to youth under the age of 21 provides free breakfast
and lunch, access to service coordination, transitional housing and day
program activities. Day program activities include writing program, yel-
low bikes, soccer, basketball, art groups & ERC - the Educational Re-
source Center helps youth to obtain and maintain jobs.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org
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Parents Anonymous of Oregon
(503) 258-4568 1818 SE Division St. Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Parent support hotline, groups throughout Portland. Children’s groups
for children 12 and under.
Web Site: www.parentsanonymous.org

Parenting Classes by School Districts
(503) 760-7990                    Centennial
(503) 252-2900                    David Douglas
(503) 618-2450                    Gresham
(503) 408-2100                    Parkrose
(503) 661-7200                    Reynolds
Parenting classes offered at different schools at various times through-
out the year. Call the counselor for current info and scheduling at your
neighborhood school. To obtain the number, call the district office of the
school from which you wish to receive services.

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Stand Up Parenting
(503) 777-1813 4921 SE 85th Portland 97266
Portland Group meets Thursdays @ 7 p.m. Powell Baptist Church,
112th & Powell. Self help support group for parents of adolescent chil-
dren with behavior issues. Parents learn how to set boundaries around
out-of-control behavior. “Tough Love” manual used. Learn to provide
firm & loving support for your children. Serves all of Portland metro
area. Call for nearest location. $30 registration fee, $5 weekly (nobody
will be turned away for inability to pay).

Tattoo Removal Program / Outside In
(503) 535-3902 311 NW Broadway, Portland 97209
Monday - Friday, Must have an appointment
Call for application, can assist in the removal of gang/drug/hate/criminal
related tattoos. $25 fee. Must fill out an application to determine eligibil-
ity.
Web Site: www.outsidein.org

Teen Parent Services - Portland Public Schools
(503) 916-5858 4039 NE Alberta Ct. Portland 97211
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Support for pregnant and parenting students who live within Portland
Public School District. Free
» ESPAÑOL       » Translation provided for other languages as needed.

Volunteers of America Parenting Class
(503) 236-3033
Must have open case with DHS Community Human Services - Child
Welfare. All ages are served, including parents of teenagers. Offers
groups and a class for parents with teenagers. Call your DHS Commu-
nity Human Services - Child Welfare caseworker for a referral.
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      PUBLIC SERVICE DEPARTMENTS
  DEPARTAMENTOS DE SERVICIOS PUBLICOS
   ОТДЕЛЫ ГОРОДСКОГО ОБСЛУЖИВАНИЯ
Got a problem? Is it really an emergency? Before you dial 911, here are
some non-emergency numbers that Portland residents can call for help:

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Fire Bureau, Portland:
Code Enforcement                                  (503) 823-3700
Customer Service                                  (503) 823-3777
Fire Job Hotline                                  (503) 823-1343
Fire Non-emergency                                (503) 823-3333
Fireworks                                         (503) 823-3700
General Information                               (503) 823-3700
Graffiti Hotline                                  (503) 823-4824
Juvenile Firesetter Program                       (503) 823-3806
Public Education                                  (503) 823-3817
Web Site: www.portlandonline.com/fire
Fire Bureau, Gresham:
Fire Non-emergency                                (503) 823-3333
General Information                               (503) 618-2355
Juvenile Firesetter Program                       (503) 618-2342
Smoke Detector                                    (503) 618-2342

Gresham Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
(503) 618-2546 & (503) 618-2824 13333 NW Eastman Parkway,
Gresham 97030
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Information and referral line for a variety of situations. Child safety,
Neighborhood watch, trespass agreements, crime prevention through
Environmental Design (COTED), inspections, how to prevent car theft
and other crime prevention programs.
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Local Agencies:
Abandoned Vehicles                                (503) 823-7309
Aging & Disabilities Services Department          (503) 988-3646
Animal Control                                    (503) 988-7387
City Information and Referral                     (503) 823-4000
DHS Child Welfare (Portland)                      (971) 673-2100
DHS Child Welfare (Gresham)                       (503) 674-3610
DHS Child Welfare (Rockwood)                      (971) 673-2135
Family Court Services                             (503) 988-3189
Multnomah County                                  (503) 823-4000
Multnomah County Courthouse                       (503) 988-3235
Noise Control                                     (503) 823-7350
Nuisance Division                                 (503) 823-7306

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Water Information                               (503) 823-7770

Portland Police:
Child Abuse                                      (503) 731-3100
Drugs and Vice                                   (503) 823-0246
Information and Referral                         (503) 823-4636
        (Information hours 7 a.m. - midnight, Monday - Friday,
        all other times call Police non-emergency)
Police Non-emergency                             (503) 823-3333
        (Option #1 to reach non-emergency dispatch)
Web Site: www.portlandpolicebureau.com

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                          ТРАНСПОРТ

Medical Transportation Program
(503) 802-8700
Monday – Friday 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. For a Mon-
day ride, call no later than Saturday 8 p.m.
Will provide transportation to medical, counseling and dental appoint-
ments to clients on the Oregon Health Plan Plus or medical aid pack-
ages. For regular treatment appointments at 4-5 times per week may be
eligible for monthly bus pass. Call ahead 3 or more days in advance for
bus tickets to be mailed, please have all transportation information
available when making call (Dr. name, address, etc). Must have doctors
name to get approval for taxi rides if unable to use bus transportation.

Tri-Met Information
(503) 238-RIDE (7433) 24 hour recorded information
Call for the best bus connections to where you want to go. Maps of bus
routes, $1.00, schedules free. Information in many languages.
Web Site: www.trimet.org

Community Garden Plot
(503) 823-1612 contact Leslie Pohl-Kasbau
Participants can have a space to grow a garden (community garden.
Gardens have a fee, some scholarships available. Classes, children’s

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gardening program. There are 30 community gardens throughout the
city. Call with full name, complete mailing address, current phone num-
ber and which gardens you are interested in. Areas vary
Web Site: www.portlandparks.org

Community Transitional School
(503) 249-8582 5441 SE Belmont St. Portland 97215
CTS is a private school dedicated entirely to the needs of children
whose families are homeless, in transition and experiencing chronic
poverty-related crises. Our purpose is to provide them with a stable,
supportive environment that promotes both their personal and aca-
demic growth. We combine character education with a curriculum that
helps students succeed and develop their individual strengths. Provides
two nutritious meals per day, new clothing and personal hygiene items,
new school supplies and day packs, regular health screenings and flexi-
ble transportation to and from school. Serves children 4 - 14, providing
preschool through 8th grade education.
Web Site: www.transitionalschool.org

East Portland Community Center
(503) 823-3450 740 SE 106th Ave. Portland 97216
Monday- Fri: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. & Sun: 8 a.m. -
3 p.m.
Serves everyone, cost is 30% more for non-residents of City of Port-
land. Recreational and educational programs for ages 6 mo.- 90+ yrs.
Indoor Park on Mondays, Wednesdays & Friday 10 a.m. to noon for 5
years old and younger, cost is $1 per child.
Web Site: www.portlandparks.org

Easter Seals Oregon
(503) 228-5108 / 1-800- 556-6020 5757 SW Macadam, Portland 97239
Admin Offices: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday 8:30 a.m. –
4:30 p.m.
Children’s medical habilitation/therapy (Salem (503) 370-8990), respite
& recreation camp (children) (Medford), summer camps, wellness pro-
grams (Salem), respite care (Salem) residential camp available through
Portland office. Call for info on program. Bilingual services available in
Salem. Fee depends on service. Serves adults and children with dis-
abilities.
Web Site: www.or.easterseals.com

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Easter Seals Oregon CARES
(503) 335-6161 4134 N. Vancouver Ave. Suite 304, Portland 97217
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Children’s medical habilitation/therapy (Salem), respite & recreation
camp (children) (Medford), summer camps, wellness programs
(Salem). Call for info on program. Bilingual in Salem. Fee depends on
service. Serves adults and children with disabilities.

Easter Seals Latino Program
(503) 335-5911 (Spanish) (503) 335-6161 (English)
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Employment Services, computer classes in Spanish, ESL classes, Re-
sume, Interview, application workshop, barrier removal and support ser-
vices for eligible clients. Serves Latinos over 18 with disabilities, no fee.
Web Site: www.or.easterseals.com

Eastside Teen Clinic
(503) 988-5488 600 NE 8th Street Rm. 170 Gresham, 97030
Monday & Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday 8:30
a.m. - 4 p.m.
Health services and Mental Health Services for OHP, underinsured,
and uninsured teens. Confidential family planning, primary care, physi-
cals and immunizations. Serves adolescents age 12 - 19 in East Mult-
nomah County. Call during hours listed to make an appointment, mes-
sages will be returned. $5 Donation
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Hopeline Network
1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) & 1-800-273-8255
24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.hopeline.com

Imagination Station
(503) 674-7256 Rita Correy - call to reserve shelter area
1900 SW Imagination Way
A play structure designed by kids for kids and built by volunteers. On
the corner of Cherry Park and 257th next to Reynolds High School. It’s
FREE! Fee to reserve shelter area for 4 hour rentals: 50 people or less
= $25, 50-100 people = $50, 100 people or more = $100, over 4 hours
is $10 each additional hour.
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Juvenile Firesetter Program
(503) 823-3806 55 SW Ash St. Portland 97204
Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Education intervention, JFS program is designed to educate youth and
their parents/guardians about fire safety, personal safety and the
consequences of fire. Family meets individually with program manager
or a firefighter trained in fire-setting intervention techniques. Serves
youths who misuse fire ages 1–18 years old, Portland area residents
only

Listos Alternative Learning Center
(503) 228-4131 108 NW 9th Ave. Suite 201, Portland 97209
Provides a supportive environment with individual assistance for stu-
dents 15 - 20 years old. Extra-curricular activities and multicultural at-
mosphere, Spanish-English bilingual. Offers GED preparation, ESL and
computer classes. Help with transportation and child care. Classes of-
fered year-round.
Web Site: www.ocha-nw.org

Mt. Hood YMCA
(503) 492-9890 223 SW Buxton Ave, Troutdale 97060
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Organized youth sports, teen programs for middle and high school
ages, Olin Y. Bignall YMCA aquatic center, summer camps and finan-
cial assistance available for all programs. YMCA Learning Academy for
academic coaching and tutoring, 1st - 12th grades. Serves children K -
18, pay preset amount per program.
Web Site: www.ymca-mthood.org

Multnomah County Libraries
(503) 988-5123 801 SW 10th (Central)
(503) 988-5655 1520 NE Village St. (Fairview-Columbia)
(503) 988-5386 7921 NE Sandy Blvd. (Gregory Heights)
(503) 988-5387 385 NW Miller (Gresham)
(503) 988-5389 7905 SE Holgate Blvd. (Holgate)
(503) 988-5396 17917 SE Stark (Rockwood)
(503) 988-5392 805 SE 122nd Ave. (Midland)
Monday & Tuesday: 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6
p.m., Sunday 12 - 5 p.m. at Gresham & Midland, other libraries vary.
Children’s librarians to assist you and your child. Picture books avail-

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able and story hours for preschoolers.
Web Site: www.multcolib.org

National Suicide Prevention Life Line
1-800- 273-TALK (8255)
Open 24 hrs./day, 7 days/week
Suicide prevention services, free.
Web Site: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
(503) 288-8177 5135 NE Columbia Blvd. Portland 97218
Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
NAYA provides services for Native American youth and families. Ser-
vices include: middle and high school retention, tutoring and after
school programs, math and science summer camps, domestic violence
programs and foster care.
Web Site: www.nayapdx.org

Oregon Partnerships
(503) 244-5211 6443 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy Portland 97221
1-800- 923-HELP (4357) Helpline 1-877-515-7848 Spanish Helpline
1-877- 553-TEEN (8336) Youthline
1-800- 273-TALK (8255) Suicide Prevention
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Resource Library)
Statewide non-profit program promoting healthy children and communi-
ties through drug and alcohol awareness prevention programs and a 24
hour crisis line for treatment and referrals. Resource library is open to
all to educate on the dangers of substance abuse. Materials also avail-
able in Spanish. All lines open 24 hrs a day/7 days a week.
Web Site: www.orpartnership.org
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Oregon Zoo
(503) 226-1561 4001 SW Canyon Rd. Portland 97221
Monday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (September 16th - April 14th)
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (April 15th - September 15th) Closed Christmas Day
Open to public, $9.75 adults 12 – 64 years, $8.75 Seniors 65+. $6.75
children 3 to 11 years. Children 2 and under, free. 2nd Tuesday of each
month is $2. Spanish map available.
Web Site: www.oregonzoo.org

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Outside In Day Program
(503) 223-4121 1236 SW Salmon, Portland 97205
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Homeless services to youth under the age of 21 provides free breakfast
and lunch, access to service coordination, transitional housing and day
program activities. Day program activities include writing program, yel-
low bikes, soccer, basketball, art groups & ERC - the Educational Re-
source Center helps youth to obtain and maintain jobs.

Pal Youth Center
(503) 256-3479 424 NE 172nd Ave. Gresham
Monday - Friday 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Summer Drop-In
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Summer Breakfast Club
Monday – Friday 2:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. School Year
Drop-in facility providing educational and recreational activities during
out-of-school time in a safe, supervised environment. Services for chil-
dren 8 – high school, must be enrolled and attending school. Fee for
the 2007-2008 year will be $50 per youth, $25 for those with proof that
they qualify for free or reduced lunch, Breakfast club $25 per week.
(variety of payment options available)
Web Site: www.palkids.org

Portland Children’s Museum
(503) 223-6500 4015 SW Canyon Road, Portland 97221 (Opposite
Oregon Zoo)
Mon–Sat: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (March 1 - August 31)
Tuesday- Sat: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Sept. 1 - Feb. 28)
Hands-on exhibits and programs for ages 10 & under, designed to fos-
ter creativity and stretch the child’s imagination. Free passes and field
trips available through Community Partners. Fee: $7 for 1 & older.
Web Site: www.portlandchildrensmuseum.org

Portland Parks and Recreation
(503) 823-PLAY (7529) 1120 SW 5th, Room 1302, Portland
Many parks and recreation sites which offer after school programs and
summer programs including day camps and swimming lessons. Call for
program information, locations, and registration or visit our web site.
Some scholarships available. Outreach services available for Latino,
Asian/Pacific Islander, and Russian communities.
Web Site: www.portlandparks.org

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East Portland Community Center
(503) 823-3450 740 SE 106th Ave. Portland
» ESPAÑOL          » THAI         » LAO

Runaway Hotlines:
1-800-786-2929 (1-800-RUN-AWAY) National Switchboard
1-800-999-9999 Nine Line: Crisis intervention, information and referral
for shelters, drug rehabilitation, long term counseling. Youth services for
18 - 24 yrs.
(503) 233-8111 Harry’s Mother Teen Hotline: 738 NE Davis Portland
97232: 24-hour crisis line for teens or families, temporary shelter 3-4
days, free family counseling. (Serves 9-17 yrs)

Teen Parent Services - Portland Public Schools
(503) 916-5858 4039 NE Alberta Ct. Portland 97211
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Support for pregnant and parenting students who live within Portland
Public School District. Free
» ESPAÑOL       » Translation provided for other languages as needed.

Theft Talk Counseling Services
(503) 771-2542 3705 SE 39th Ave., Portland 97202
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Provide group counseling for youth and Adults with theft issues. Ser-
vices for ages 7 yr.-adult. Fee $25 – 90 depending on program.
» ESPAÑOL

Wattles Boys and Girls Club
(503) 775-1549 9330 SE Harold, Portland 97266
Mailing address: PO Box 820127 Portland 97282
School year: Monday - Thursday 2- 7p.m. for 1st-6th graders, 2 - 8 p.m.
for 7th grade and above. Friday 2 – 6:30 p.m. Summer Hours: Monday -
Friday 9 - 6, drop in hours 11am. - 6p.m. (extra charge to drop off be-
fore 11 a.m.) Friday & Saturday night skate: 7 - 11 p.m., ages 12 and
up. $5 September-August membership fee, additional charges for spe-
cialized programs and field trips, summer extended hours are fee
based. Serving children 1st - 12th grades After school and summer pro-
grams that include arts & crafts, social recreation, sports, homework
assistance, career and leadership development and technology center.
Web Site: www.bgcportland.org
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         HOW TO APPLY FOR THE OREGON HEALTH PLAN
Oregon Health Plan – Managed health care insurance for low-income
singles and families.

To Apply: Call 1-800-359-9517 or (503) 988-3333 to have an applica-
tion mailed to your home, processing takes 14-45 days.
OR
Go in during walk-in hours or make an appointment with an Eligibility
Screener -
                       East County Health Clinic
                        600 NE 8th St. Suite 300
                             Gresham, OR
                            (503) 988-3816
   Walk in hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 - 11 a.m. &
                              1:30 - 4 p.m.

                         Mid-County Health Clinic
                            12710 SE Division
                              Portland, OR
                             (503) 988-3601

Screeners at either office can assist in completing an application and
explain plans. Only those under 18, or who are pregnant or have a dis-
ability may apply. Spanish speaking personnel available.

       COMO APLICAR PARA EL PLAN DE SALUD DE OREGON
Plan de Salud de Oregon- Es una aseguranza de salud para familias y
personas solas con ingresos económicos bajos.

Para aplicar: Llamar al 1-800-359-9517 o ((503) 988-3333 para que le
envíen una aplicación a su casa. El proceso toma 14-45 días.
O
Haga una cita con un Examinador Calificado -
      Al centro de Salud de East County (East County Health Center)
                            600 NE 8th Avenida
                               Gresham, OR
                             (503) 988-3816
 Pueden venir: Lunes, Martes, Jueves, Viernes 8:30 - 11 a.m. & 1:30 - 4 p.m.

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               La Clínica del Condado (Mid-County Clinic)
                            12710 SE Division
                               Portland, OR
                              (503) 988-3601
                    Pueden venir: Martes 1:30 - 4 p.m.

Especialistas o examinadores pueden ayudarte a completar la aplicación y
explicar los planes de aseguranza que estan disponibles. Se habla español

      КАК ЗАПИСАТЬСЯ НА ОРЕГОНСКИЙ ПЛАН ЗДОРОВЬЯ
Орегонский План Здоровья - Страхование здравоохранения для
одиноких и семей с низким доходом.

Для записи: Чтобы получить заявление по почте, звоните 1-800-359-
9517 или (503) 9888-3333. Весь процес занимает от 14 до 45 дней.
ИЛИ
Назначте встречу с Представителем для определения имеете ли вы
право на такую страховку -
                      East County Health Center
                           600 NE 8th Avenue
                             Gresham, OR
                            (503) 988-3816

                           Mid-County Clinic
                           12710 SE Division
                              Portland, OR
                            (503) 988-3601
                   Часы работы: Вторник 13:30 - 16:00

Представитель поможет вам в заполнении заявления и объяснит план.
Имеется испаноязычный персонал.



           WHAT IF I HAVE NO FOOD AND NO MONEY?
1. There are several places to call if you need food. Most places re-
   quire you to pick up the food, so try the closest agency first.
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2. Look under “Emergency Services” in this booklet for the names of
   each agency. Be sure to tell them you have young children in your
   family.
3. If you don’t get food stamps and are out of food, call or go in person
   to the local food stamp office and ask for emergency help. If you
   have recently lost your source of income you may be eligible for
   immediate help (within 1 to 5 days) in the form of food stamps.

            ¿QUE PASA SI NO TENGO COMIDA O DINERO?
1. Existen varios lugares a los cuales puedes llamar por comida. Muchos
   de los lugares requieren que tu recojas la comida, para ello, trata de bus-
   car la más cercana a tu casa.
2. Encontraras, en este libro, los números de las agencias bajo el nombre de
   "Servicios de Emergencia." Asegúrate de decirles que tienes niños pe-
   queños.
3. Si usted no recibe Estampillas de Comida y no tiene alimentos en casa,
   llame o vaya en persona a la Oficina de Estampillas de Comida Local y
   pida ayuda de emergencia. Si usted perdió sus ingresos es posible que
   califique para la ayuda inmediata (de 1 a 5 días) en la forma de es-
   tampillas de comida.

  ЧТО ДЕЛАТЬ, ЕСЛИ У МЕНЯ НЕТ НИКАКОГО ПРОДОВОЛЬСТВИЯ
                             ИЛИ ДЕНЕГ?
1. Есть несколько мест, куда можно обратиться, если Вы нуждаетесь в
    продовольствии. Большинство мест не делает доставки, так что
    сначала звоните в ближайшее агентство.
2. Ищите имена агенств в разделе " Чрезвычайные Услуги " в этом
    буклете. Убедитесь, что сообщили им, что Вы имеете маленьких
    детей в вашей семье.
3. Если Вы не получаете продовольственные талоны и не имеете еды,
    звоните в местный офис продовольственных талонов, и просите об
    экстренной помощи. Если Вы недавно потеряли источник дохода,
    Вы вероятно имеете право на немедленную помощь (в пределах от
    1 до 5 дней) в форме продовольственных талонов.




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                       WHAT IF I LOSE MY JOB?
Contact Oregon State Employment Office-Unemployment Claims for
unemployment compensation at (503) 451-2400 or
www.workinginoregon.org
For job search resources contact:
Worksource Oregon Employment Dept. at (503) 669-7112 Job referral
(statewide listing). » ESPAÑOL » РУССКИЙ » UKRAINIAN »
CANTONESE       » SIGN LANGUAGE
East County One Stop (503) 661-3981 or go to one of the resources
centers listed: El Programa Hispano, Employment Department, Human
Solutions, Mt. Hood Community College Career Center, Office of Voca-
tional Rehabilitation Services, Steps to Success, Worksource Portland
Metro East Workforce Connections. (See page 71 for more informa-
tion). For additional support contact: DHS Self Sufficiency & Employ-
ment Services (503) 257-4200 1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233 or
(503) 491-1979 912 NE Kelly, Gresham, Monday - Friday, 8a. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m or (971) 673-0909 4510 NE 102nd Ave.
Portland, Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

                   ¿QUE PASA SI PIERDO MI TRABAJO?
Contáctese con la Oficina de Trabajos del Estado de Oregon (Oregon State
Employment Office) para una compensación al (503) 451-2400
Para buscar más recursos de trabajos contáctese con:
Oregon State Employment Office al (503) 669-7112 Información de tra-
bajos (una lista de todo el Estado) » Se habla ESPAÑOL
East County One Stop (503) 661-3981 ó acerquese a unos de los centros de
recursos: El Programa Hispano, Departamento de Trabajo, Centro de Carreras
del Mt. Hood Community College, Steps to Success, Workforce Connections.
(Mire la página 71 para más información). Para apoyo adicional contacte-
se con: DHS Self Sufficiency & Employment Servicesal 503) 257-4200
Dirección: 1415 SE 122nd Avenida Portland 97233 ó (503) 491-1979 912
NE Kelly, Gresham, Lunes-Viernes, 8a.m-5p.m Miércoles, 8am-5:30p.m. ó
(971) 673-0909 4510 NE 102nd Avenida Portland, Lunes-Viernes, 8a.m-
5p.m

                ЧТО ЕСЛИ Я ПОТЕРЯЛ РАБОТУ?
Для выплаты пособий по безработице, войдите в контакт с Офисом по

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Трудовой Занятости в Орегоне, тел. (503) 451-2400 или на их сайт
www.workinginoregon.org
Для поиска работы:
Офис Рабочей Силы и Орегонский Государственный Офис Занятости
тел. (503) 669-7112 (списки в масштабе штата). РУССКИЙ
Восточное Графство Одна Остановка (503) 661-3981 или сходите в
один из центров трудовых ресурсов перечисленных ниже: El Programa
Hispano, Employment Department, Mt. Hood Community College Career Cen-
ter, Steps to Success, Workforce Connections. (См. страницу 71 для
дополнительной информации). Для дополнительной поддержки
контакт: DHS Self Sufficiency & Employment Services (503) 257-4200
1415 SE 122nd Ave. Portland 97233 or (503) 491-1979 912 NE Kelly,
Gresham. Понедельник - Пятница, 8:00 - 17:00. Среда, 8:00 - 19:00 or
(971) 673-0909 4510 NE 102nd Ave. Portland, понедельник - пятница
8:00. – 17:00.

            WHAT IF I NEED A DOCTOR OR A DENTIST?
1. If you do not have private insurance, you can call (503) 988-3816.
   This is Multnomah County’s Health information number. They will
   refer you to a doctor or dentist. They can also tell you if you are
   eligible for Oregon Health Plan and help you apply. They have in-
   formation on sliding fee or low cost clinics. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
   Monday through Friday.
2. If you do not have insurance you may qualify for coverage under
   the Oregon Health Plan. To find out if you qualify and/or obtain an
   application, you can call 1-800-359-9517 or pick up an application
   at your local DHS office or Health Department.
3. If you do not have insurance or you have private insurance and
   need a dentist call (503) 513-5010. This is Multnomah County Den-
   tal Society. If you are on the Oregon Health Plan or have a Medi-
   caid Card, call the provider you are enrolled with.
4. If you do not have insurance and have a dental emergency and live
   in Multnomah, Washington, or Clackamas County you can call the
   Dental Access Program at (503) 988-6942, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.
   - 4 p.m. Emergency dental care available - $25 minimum down pay-
   ment at first visit, can make payment arrangements for balance.



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       ¿QUE PASA SI NECESITO UN DOCTOR O UN DENTISTA?
1. Si usted no tiene una aseguranza de salud privada, puede llamar al
   (503) 988-3816. Este es el número en el cual lo referirán a un dentista
   o doctor. También pueden chequear si usted puede aplicar al Plan de
   Salud de Oregon y ayudarlo a aplicar. Tienen información de las clíni-
   cas mas económicas y con facilidades de pago. Horario: 8a.m. hasta
   5p.m., de Lunes a Viernes
2. Si usted no tiene aseguranza de salud, usted puede aplicar por el Plan
   de Salud de Oregon que lo cubre. Para obtener mas información de có-
   mo obtener una aplicación, usted puede llamar al 1-800-359-9517 o
   recojer una aplicación en la oficina local de DHS ó en el Departamento
   de Salud.
3. Si usted no tiene aseguranza de Salud o usted tiene aseguranza de
   salud privada y necesita un dentista, llame al (503) 513-5010. Esta es
   la Sociedad Dental del Condado de Multnomah. Si usted está en el Plan
   de Salud de Oregon ó tiene la tarjeta de Medicaid, llame a su proveedor
   por el cual esta registrado.
4. Si usted no tiene aseguranza y tiene una emergencia dental y vive en
   el Condado de Multnomah, Washington o Clackamas, usted puede lla-
   mar al Programa de Acceso Dental (503) 988-6942, lunes-viernes 8
   a.m. – 4 p.m. Emergencias dentales disponibles-$25 como depósito
   para la primera visita, puede hacer arreglos de pago para el balance pen-
   diente.

ЧТО ЕСЛИ Я НУЖДАЮСЬ В ДОКТОРЕ ИЛИ ДАНТИСТЕ
1. Если Вы не имеете частного страхования, Вы можете звонить (503)
   988-3816. Это - номер тел. Информационного агенства по здоровью
   в Графстве Малтнома. Они могут направить Вас к доктору или
   дантисту. А также сообщить Вам, если Вы имеете право на
   Орегонский План Здоровья и помочь Вам записаться. Они
   распологают информацией относительно сниженной оплаты или
   дешевых клиник. Часы работы: с 8:00 до 17:00, с понедельника по
   пятницу.
2. Если Вы не имеете страховки, Вам следует попробовать записаться
   на Орегонский План Здоровья. Чтобы выяснить, квалифицируетесь
   ли Вы или получить заявление, Вы можете позвонить по тел. 1-

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     800-359-9517 или же попросите заявление в вашем местном DHS
     (Велфер) офисе или Отделе Здоровья.
3.   Если Вы не имеете страховки, или у Вас частная страховка и вы
     нуждаетесь в дантисте, звоните (503) 513-5010. Это - Зубное
     Общество Графства Малтнома . Если Вы находитесь на Орегонском
     Плане Здоровья или имеете Медикейт(Medicaid) Карту, звоните в
     вашу клинику где Вы зарегистрированы.
4.   Если Вы не имеете страховки и у Вас критическое положение и Вы
     проживаете в Графстве Малтнома, Вашингтон, или Клакамас Вы
     можете позвонить в Доступную Стомотологическую Программу
     (503) 988-6942. С понедельника по пятницу с 8 до 4 вечера.
     Стоимость экстренной помощи - При первом посещении, требуется
     минимальный авансовый платеж в размере 25 $, с возможностью
     последующей ежемесячной оплаты оставшегося баланса


          WHAT IF I NEED EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE?
                                     OR
   NEED HELP IN LOCATING A DOCTOR/CLINIC FOR SERVICES?
If you need emergency medical care, call (503) 988-3816. They will lo-
cate a doctor or clinic to help you.

 ¿QUE PASA SI NECESITO ASISTENCIA MEDICA DE EMERGENCIA?
                                     O
   ¿NECESITO AYUDA PARA LOCALIZAR UN DOCTOR/CLINICA?
Si usted necesita asistencia médica de emergencia, llame al (503) 988-
3816. Ellos le ayudarán a localizar la clínica o el doctor más cercano.

   ЧТО, ЕСЛИ Я НУЖДАЮСЬ В ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНОМ МЕДИЦИНСКОМ
                          ОБСЛУЖИВАНИИ?
                                ИЛИ
  ТРЕБУЕТСЯ ПОМОЩь В НАХОЖДЕНИИ КЛИНИКИ ИЛИ СЛУЖБЫ?
Если Вы нуждаетесь в чрезвычайном медицинском обслуживании,
звоните (503) 988-3816. Они помогут найти доктора или клинику.




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 WHAT IF THE UTILITY COMPANY THREATENS TO SHUT OFF MY
                             ELECTRICITY?
1. If you get a 72 hour shut-off notice from the electric company, you
    should call the company and try to get on a time payment plan.
    Your full payment will be divided into 12 installments.
2. No shut-off can take place if your doctor or nurse calls and writes
    the utility company and says that shut-off will endanger the health
    of someone in the house. If you have a baby or sick child, call your
    doctor for help.
3. If these two steps don’t solve your problem, you should try to con-
    tact one of the following agencies for financial or legal assistance:
Human Solutions, Inc.             (503) 548-0200/(503) 988-4531
                                  Gresham
211 (information/referral)        211 or (503) 222-5555
Legal Aid                         (503) 224-4086
Snow-Cap                          (503) 674-8785
Pacific Power                     888-221-7070
PGE Customer Service              800-542-8818 / (503) 228-6322
                                  Web Site: www.portlandgeneral.com
Remember, you must act quickly and contact the utility company
immediately to keep your electricity on. Once it is turned off it can
be very difficult to get it hooked up again. Check with your Teacher/
Home Visitor or Family Worker for other available services.

  ¿QUE PASA SI UNA COMPAÑIA DE ELECTRICIDAD TE AMENAZA
                     CON CORTAR TU ELECTRICIDAD?
1. Si usted recibe una notificación de corte de luz por la Compañia de Elec-
    tricidad, usted puede llamar a la compañía y tratar de aplicar en el plan
    de pagos por cuota. Su pago completo será dividido en 12 cuotas.
2. No pueden desconectar su electricidad si su doctor o enfermera llaman o
    escriben a la compañía, diciendo que puede ser un peligro para su salud,
    el no tener electricidad. Si usted tiene un bebé enfermo, llame a su doc-
    tor para más ayuda.
3. Si los pasos anteriores no resuelven su problema, puede tratar de contac-
    tar una de las siguientes agencias para asistencia financiera o legal:

Human Solution, Inc.            (503) 248-5201
211 (información/referimientos) 211 o (503) 222-5555

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Legal Aid                           (503) 224-4086
Snow Cap                            (503) 674-8785
Pacific Power                       888-221-7070
PGE Customer Service                800-542-8818 / (503) 228-6322
                                    Web Site: www.portlandgeneral.com
Recuerde, usted tiene que actuar rápido y llamar a la compañía de electrici-
dad para mantener su electricidad funcionando. Cuando desconectan la
electricidad puede ser muy difícil volverla a conectar otra vez. Habla con su
Maestra/Visitante de Casa o Trabajador de Familia para otros servicios dis-
ponibles.

  ЧТО, ЕСЛИ СЕРВИСНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ УГРОЖАЕТ ОТКЛЮЧЕННИЕМ
                           ЭЛЕКТРИЧЕСТВА?
1. Если Вы получили 72-х часовое уведомление об отключении
     электричества, Вам нужно позвонить в компанию и попробовать
     подписаться на временный платежный план . Ваш полный платеж
     будет разделен на 12 частей.
2. Отключения електроэнергии не произойдет, если ваш доктор или
     же медсестра напишет сервисной компании, что отключение
     електроэнергии подвергнет опасности здоровье кого либо в доме.
     Если Вы имеете больного члена семьи или ребенка, позвоните
     вашему доктору и просите о помощи.
3. Если эти два шага не разрешат вашей проблемы, Попробуйте
     позвонить в один из следующих агентств для финансовой или
     юридической помощи:
Human Solutions, Inc.             (503) 548-0200 / (503) 988-4531
211 (информация/направления)      211 или (503) 222-5555
Legal Aid                         (503) 224-4086
Snow Cap                          (503) 674-8785
Pacific Power                     888-221-7070
PGE Customer Service              800-542-8818/(503) 228-6322
                                   Web Site: www.portlandgeneral.com
Помните, Вы должны действовать быстро и входить в контакт с
сервисной компанией немедленно, чтобы предотвратить отклучения
электричества. На много труднее произвести подклучение заново,
чем сохранить его. Спросите у вашего учителя или домашнего

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визитера о других службах.


               WHAT IF I GET AN EVICTION NOTICE?
1. Your landlord must give you 30 days written notice to move out.
2. If you have not paid your rent, your landlord can tell you to move
   out. Depending on the circumstances he can ask you to leave
   within 24 hours. This request must be in writing.
3. If you have notice to move out and no money call your Family
   Worker for possible community resources.
4. If you are still in the house or apartment after your move-out date,
   the landlord cannot legally use force to make you move out. He or
   she must get a court order called an FED (Forcible Entry and De-
   tainer) and the landlord and tenant must appear in court.
5. Your landlord must provide your home with working heat, electricity,
   water, and plumbing services. You will usually pay for these ser-
   vices but the landlord must pay for repairs to the systems. Make all
   complaints or requests for repair in writing so you have proof that
   you asked for help. Call Legal Aid if you feel there is a violation.
6. Get all rental agreements in writing. This is for your own protection.
7. Contact Legal Aid Services of Oregon (503) 224-4086 for more as-
   sistance

¿QUE PASA SI RECIBO UNA NOTA PARA SALIR DE MI RESIDENCIA?
1. El dueño de la casa debe de informarle a usted por escrito-con 30 días de
   anticipación- que debe moverse del lugar.
2. Si usted no ha pagado la renta, el dueño, puede pedirle moverse del apar-
   tamento o casa que está rentando. Dependiendo de las circunstancias,
   él puede pedirle que usted se mueva dentro de 24 horas. Esta petición
   tiene que estar por escrito.
3. Si usted tiene aviso de moverse y no tiene dinero, llame a su Trabajador
   de Familia para mas sugerencias.
4. Si usted todavía está en la casa o en el apartamento después de la fecha
   que debe moverse, el dueño no puede, ni tiene el derecho de utilizar-
   legalmente- la fuerza para sacarlo del lugar. Él o ella tienen que conse-
   guir una orden de la corte que se llama FED (Forcible Entry and Detai-
   ner) y el dueño con el arrendatario deberán ir a corte.
5. El dueño tiene que proporcionar el hogar con: calefacción

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   (funcionando), electricidad, agua y servicios de plomería. Usted paga-
   rá por estos servicios, pero el dueño tiene que pagar por las reparaciones
   de los sistemas. Escriba todas las quejas o peticiones para la reparación,
   pues así, usted tendrá una prueba de lo que pidió. Llame al Legal Aid si
   usted siente que están violando sus derechos como arrendatario.
6. Tome copias o consiga todos los acuerdos de la renta por escrito. Esto le
   servirá para su propia protección.
7. Póngase en contacto con los servicios de asistencia legal de Oregon al
   (503) 224-4086 para más ayuda.

       ЧТО, ЕСЛИ Я ПОЛУЧИЛ УВЕДОМЛЕНИЕ О ВЫСЕЛЕНИИ?
1.   Ваш владелец квартиры должен дать Вам уведомление за 30 дней
     до даты выезда.
2.   Если Вы не оплатили вашу арендную плату, ваш хозяин может
     потребовать выезда. В зависимости от обстоятельств он может
     настаивать на выезде в течении 24 часов. Это требование должно
     быть в письменной форме.
3.   Если Вам нечем оплачивать квартиру и Вы получили уведомление
     о съезде, позвоните вашему семейному работнику из Head Start,
     чтобы получить совет.
4.   Если Вы - все еще в доме или квартире после даты вашего,
     отъезда, владелец юридически не может использовать силу, чтобы
     заставить Вас выехать. Он или она должны получить ордер суда
     называемый FED (Насильственный Вход и предписание об оресте
     имущества) и владелец, и арендатор будут призваны в суд.
5.   Ваш владелец должен обеспечить Вам дом с рабочей системой
     отопления, электричеством, водой, и конализацией. Как обычно Вы
     оплачиваете эти услуги, но владелец должен оплачивать ремонт
     здания и всех систем. Если имеются жалобы или просьбы о
     ремонте, подавайте все в письменной форме, для того чтобы Вы
     имели доказательство, что Вы просили о помощи. Позвоните в
     Юридическую Консультацию, если Вы чувствуете, что есть
     нарушения.
6.   Все соглашения об арендной плате делайте в письменной форме.
     Это - для вашей собственной защиты.
7.   Для получения помощи свяжитесь со службой правовой помощи

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    Штата Орегон (503) 224-4086


        WHAT IF I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH MY LANDLORD?
For information about your rights call
Legal Aid at (503) 224-4086 or
The Renters Rights Hotline at (503) 288-0130
  ¿QUE PASA SI TENGO PROBLEMAS CON EL DUEÑO DE LA RESI-
                                DENCIA?
Para más información sobre sus derechos llama al:
Legal Aid al (503) 224-4086 o
The Renters Rights Hotline (503) 288-0130
      ЧТО, ЕСЛИ У МЕНЯ ПРОБЛЕМЫ С МОИМ ХОЗЯИНОМ?
Для информации о ваших правах звоните:
Юредическая Помощь: (503) 224-4086 или
Горячая линия по Правам Квартиросъемщиков: (503) 288-0130


    I DON'T THINK I’M GETTING ADEQUATE SERVICES FROM AN
                                 AGENCY
If you feel you have been wronged or not given adequate service by an
agency, you have a right to file a complaint. Most agencies have these
forms available through the receptionist. It is important to fill these
forms out as soon as possible because there are usually a limited num-
ber of days you have to file after an occurrence of complaint. If you
have questions or need support, contact your Teacher Home Visitor or
Family Worker.

  CREO QUE NO ESTOY RECIBIENDO UN BUEN SERVICIO EN ESTA
                                   AGENCIA
Si usted siente que no ha recibido un servicio adecuado de una agencia, us-
ted tiene el derecho de hacer una queja. La mayoría de las agencias tienen
estas formas disponibles en recepción. Es importante llenar estas formas
tan pronto usted pueda, pues generalmente hay un tiempo limitado, para
hacer una queja. Si usted tiene preguntas o necesita ayuda, llame a su
Maestra o su Trabajador de Familia de la escuela.



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 Я ДУМАЮ, ЧТО Я НЕПОЛУЧАЮ СООТВЕТСТВУЮЩИЕ УСЛУГИ ОТ
                            АГЕНТСТВА
Если Вы чувствуете, что Вы были обижены или не получили
соответствующего обслуживания от агентства, Вы имеете право подать
жалобу. Большинство агентств держит формы жалоб у регистратора.
Важно заполнить эти формы как можно скорее, потому что обычно
существует ограниченное колличество дней для подачи жалобы, Если
Вы имеете вопросы или нуждаетесь в поддержке, войдите в контакт с
вашим Преподавателем или Семейным Работником из Head Start.


        I WANT TO CHANGE MY NAME OR MY CHILD’S NAME
If your child whose name you want to change is under 1 year, you can
file a “Correction Affidavit” for $30 with the State Vital Statistics depart-
ment at 800 NE Oregon. $50 includes amended birth certificate.

If your child is older or you want to change your name, you must peti-
tion a circuit court by filing six forms. A brief hearing may occur at which
no legal representation is necessary. From the time all forms are cor-
rectly filled out and filed, it takes about one month for the change to be
complete. It is a costly procedure. Forms can be obtained from the Vital
Statistics office for free.

For more detailed information, call the Vital Statistics office at 971-673-
1190 to speak with a clerk or call Tel-law (503) 620-3000 #1137 or
1-800-452-4776-7032 for recorded information on how to file without an
attorney.
Web Site: www.osbar.org
» ESPAÑOL »         РУССКИЙ     » VIETNAMESE
      QUIERO CAMBIAR MI NOMBRE O EL NOMBRE DE MI HIJO/A
Si su niño que usted desea cambiar su nombre es menor de 1 año, usted
puede aplicar por un “Correction Affidavit” por $30 con el State Vital Sta-
tistics Department en 800 NE Oregon. $50 incluye el certificado de naci-
miento.

Si su niño tiene más edad y desea cambiarle el nombre, usted tendrá que
solicitar una corte del circuito, llenando seis formas. Una breve entrevista

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podrá ocurrir, en la cual, usted no necesitará de representación legal. Si las
formas se llenan correctamente no tomará más de un mes para que el cam-
bio sea ejecutado. Es un procedimiento costoso. Se pueden obtener formas
gratis en la oficina de Vital Statistics.
Para más información detallada, llame a la oficina de Vital Statistics al
(970) 673-1190 o llame al Tel-law (503) 620-3000, extención #1137 ó al
1-800-452-4776-7032 para más información de como llenar las formas
sin necesidad de un abogado.

      Я ХОТЕЛ БЫ ПОМЕНЯТЬ МОЕ ИМЯ ИЛИ ИМЯ РЕБЕНКА
Если вашему ребеноку меньше 1-года, Вы можете зарегистрировать
"Прошение об Исправлении под присягой" за 30$ в Государственном
Жизненном отделе Статистики по адресу 800 NE Oregon. За 50$ Вы
получите новое свидетельство о рождении.

Если ваш ребенок старше 1 года, или Вы хотите изменить ваше имя, Вы
должны подать прошение окружному суду, заполнив шесть форм.
Может Предприняться Краткое слушание , в котором необязательно
присутствие юридических представителей. Для прохождения полного
изменения требуется один месяц со дня подачи этих форм. Это -
дорогостоящая процедура. Формы могут быть получены в Жизненном
отделе Статистики бесплатно или в J.K. Gill in the mall по 75 центов за
форму.

Для дополнительной информации, звоните Vital Statistics office at
(970)673-1190 или чтобы прослушать информацию в записи Tel-law
620-3000 #1137 or 1-800-452-4776-7032.


               HOW TO GET A RESTRAINING ORDER
1. Go in person to Multnomah County Courthouse:
       1021 SW 4th Avenue
       Portland, Oregon
       (503) 988-3943
       **Room 211, Second Floor**
2. Try to bring as much information as you can, including description
   of abuse, dates of occurrences, location, and any photographs of

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     cuts and bruises, or police documents if you have them.
3. Bring addresses of importance, including mailing address of
     abuser, place and times person can be found. Also bring a mailing
     address where you can safely be notified, and photo ID.
4. At the Courthouse, expect 45 minutes to 1 hour to fill out the neces-
     sary paperwork. Bring picture ID. There are people available to as-
     sist you between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Paperwork must
     be completed by noon on the day you’d like the Judge to hear your
     case. You need to be there 20 minutes early so paperwork can be
     checked for completion and entered before you see the judge.
5. The Restraining Order is not in effect until the order has been deliv-
     ered to the abuser and entered in the Law Enforcement Computer,
     which can take between 1 – 10 days. Call the County Sheriff to
     check if an order is in effect. If abuser is in another County, call that
     County Sheriff to serve the Restraining Order in that county.
6. Remember to keep your copy of the Restraining Order with you at
     all times and document any incidents with the abuser. Call (503)
     248-3873 to report violations.
Lastly, always remember that you can call any domestic violence shel-
ter or crisis line for help and information. There are people available to
assist you with transportation, paperwork, and support. You don’t have
to go through the process alone. See the Domestic Violence section
for agency names and numbers or speak to your Family Worker.

   QUE HACER PARA OBTENER UNA ORDEN DE RESTRICCIÓN
1. Vaya en persona al juzgado del condado de Multnomah:
        1021 SW 4th Avenue
        Portland, Oregon
        (503) 248-3943
        **Cuarto 211, Segundo piso
2. Trate de llevar toda la información que más pueda, incluyendo la des-
   cripción del abuso, las fechas que ocurrieron, localización, y fotografías
   de los golpes, cortes, agresiones, o documentos de la policía- si es que las
   tiene con usted-.
3. Traiga direcciones importantes, incluyendo la dirección del abusador,
   lugar y horarios donde puede ser localizado. También una dirección
   donde usted puede ser notificado sin peligro. No olvidar su identifica-
   ción con foto.

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4. En el juzgado, le tomará de 45 minutos a 1 hora para llenar el papeleo
   necesario. No olvidar su identificación con foto. Hay gente disponible
   para asistirle desde las 11:00am hasta la 1:00pm. Las aplicaciones se
   deben de terminar antes de la 1:00pm.,para que el juez escuche su caso.
   Usted necesita estar allí por lo menos 20 minutos antes, para que su
   papeleo pueda ser revisado y entregado, antes de que usted vea al juez.
5. La Orden de Restricción no estará en efecto hasta que la orden se haya
   entregado al abusador y se haya inscrito en la computadora, ésto puede
   tomar entre 1 a 10 días. Llame al Sheriff del Condado para comprobar
   si la orden está en efecto. Si el abusador está en otro condado , llame al
   Sheriff de ése Condado para que la Orden de Restricción se coloque en
   efecto, en ése lugar.
6. Recuerde guardar una copia de la Orden de Restricción y llevarla siem-
   pre con usted .Documente cualquier incidente con el abusador. Llame al
   (503) 248-3873 para reportar violaciones.

Finalmente, recuerda que usted puede llamar a cualquier refugio de la vio-
lencia doméstica ó a la línea de crisis para más ayuda e información. Hay
gente disponible para asistirle con transporte, aplicaciones y mucha ayuda.
Usted no estará sola en éste proceso. Busca en la sección de Violencia Domés-
tica, los nombres y números de las agencies ó conversa con tu Trabajador de
Familia.

  КАК ПОДАТЬ ЗАЯВЛЕНИЕ НА ПРЕСЕЧЕНИЕ ПРЕСЛЕДОВАНИЙ СО
                       СТОРОНЫ ДРУГИХ ЛИЦ
1. Приходите в суд Графства Малтнома по адресу:
        1021 SW 4th Avenue
        Portland, Oregon
        (503) 248-3943
        **комната 211, второй этаж**
2. Принесите как можно большее кол-во информации, включая
    описание злоупотреблений, даты возникновений, местоположение,
    и фотографии ушибов, или полицейские документы.
3. Важно Принести адреса, включая почтовый и места проживания,
    адрес злоупотребителя, где и в какое время он (она) могут быть
    найдены. А также принесите удостоверение личности с

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    фотографией.
4.  Расчитывайте от 45 минут до 1 часа времени на заполнение бумаг в
    суде. Принесите удостоверение личности с фотографией. Между
    08:30 и 11:00 часами дня имеются люди, которые смогут помочь
    Вам в заполнении документов. Они должны быть полностью
    заполнены к 13:00 часам, если Вы хотели бы, чтобы слушание
    началось в тотже день. Вы должны быть там за 20 минут до начала,
    так чтобы документы могли быть проверены прежде, чем Вы
    встретитесь с судьей.
5. Ордер о пресечении преследований вступает в действие только
    после доставки такогого злоупотребителю и введен в
    Исполнительный Компьютер, что обычно занемает от 1 до 10 дней.
    Чтобы проверить не вступил ли в силу ордер позвоните Шерифу
    Графства. Если злоупотребитель проживает в другом Графстве,
    справьтесь по месту жительства в Шерифстве.
6. Помните. Держите вашу копию ордера при себе и записывайте
    любые инциденты с нарушителем. Чтобы сообщить о нарушении
    ордера, звоните по тел. (503) 248-3873.
Наконец, всегда помните, что Вы можете позвонить в любое убежище
от домашнего насилия или в горячую линию кризиса для помощи и
информации. Там всегда имеются люди, чтобы помочь Вам с
транспортом, документами, и добрым словом. Нет необходимости
терпеть насилия и справляться с ними в одиночку. См. секцию
Домашнего Насилия для названий агентства и номеров телефонов, или
поговорите с вашим Семейным Работником из Head Start.


        VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES WITH HEAD START
MHCC Child Development and Family Support Program has many vol-
unteer opportunities available, including, but not limited to: Classroom
aide, Bus aide, and Office aide. If you would like to donate your time
and have a desire to enrich the lives of others through your generosity
please call our Volunteer Coordinator at (503) 491-6111.

     OPORTUNIDADES COMO SER VOLUNTARIO EN HEAD START
MHCC Head Start tiene muchas oportunidades disponibles como volunta-
rios. No es limitado. Como por ejemplo están las posiciones de: Ayudante del

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salón de Clases, Ayudante del Autobús, ó Ayudante en la Oficina. Si us-
ted quisiera cooperar con su tiempo y tiene el deseo de enriquecer las vidas de
otros con su generosidad, por favor communícate con nuestro Coordinador
de Voluntarios al (503) 491-6111.

              РАБОТА ДОБРОВОЛЬЦЕМ В HEAD START
Для Добровольцев в Head Start имеется много возможностей,
включая, и не ограничиваясь: помощник Классной комнаты, помощник-
водитель, и помощник Офиса. Если Вы хотели бы пожертвовать ваше
время и желаете обогатить жизни других через ваше великодушие,
пожалуйста звоните нашему Координатору по Добровольцам в (503)
491-6111.


              JOB OPPORTUNITIES WITH HEAD START
MHCC Child Development and Family Support Program periodically
has openings for part and full time positions throughout the year. All full-
time job openings are posted on the Mt. Hood Community College JOB-
LINE @ (503) 491-7645, in the Sunday Oregonian and listed on the
College website: www.mhcc.edu. You may also call our Administrative
offices to inquire about part-time openings @ (503) 491-6111. Head
Start is always accepting and seeking applicants, including bilingual
persons, for Classroom Substitute positions. This is an on call position
to temporarily replace personnel in the classroom, on the bus or in the
kitchen, who are absent, with some evening hours also available. There
are many different locations available throughout the East County area.

            OPORTUNIDADES DE TRABAJO EN HEAD START
MHCC Head Start tiene periódicamente posiciones disponibles para medio
tiempo y tiempo completo, en lo que transcurre el año. Todas las posiciones
disponibles están en el Mt. Hood Community College JOBLINE (Línea del
Trabajos) al (503) 491-7645 y en las ediciones del domingo del periódico
Oregonian. Usted puede llamar a nuestra oficina administrativa para con-
sultar sobre las posiciones disponibles, al (503) 491-6111. Head Start
siempre está aceptando y buscando aspirantes, incluyendo personas bilin-
gües, para posiciones de substitutos/as del salón de clases. Esta posición se
basa en una llamada de teléfono –tal vez diaria-si es necesario, para reem-

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plazar a un empleado en el salón de clases, en el autobús escolar o en la coci-
na en su ausencia temporal-. También Se trabaja algunas horas en la tarde.
Tenemos diferentes centros disponibles en el Este del Condado de Multno-
mah.

               ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ РАБОТЫ НА HEAD START
В течение года, MHCC Программа Детского Развития и Поддержки
Семейства периодически нанемает на временную и постоянную работу .
Чтобы узнать о свободных позициях звоните на линию рабочих мест
(JOBLINE) (503) 491-7645 а также смотрите в воскресную газету Orego-
nian, а также перечислены на вебсайте коледжа: www.mhcc.edu. Вы
можете также позвонить в наш офис, и узнать там о свободных
позициях (503) 491-6111. Head Start всегда принимает и ищет
претендентов на работу, предпочтительно людей владеющих
иностранными языками, для подмены в Классных комнатах. Это
дневные позиции по вызову, с возможным вечерним временем, для
временной подмены отсутствующего персонала в различных местах в
Восточном Графстве.




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                    INDICE
          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
211 Info                                                95, 138
A Better Way Counseling Center                          12
Addictions                                              6
Adult Education/Job Training                            17
Adventist Health Audiology Service                      42
Adventist Health Speech                                 43
Adventist Health Referral Services - Becoming Smoke Free
and Staying Smoke Free                                  11,12
Aging and Disabilities Helpline                         96,123
Al-Anon/Al-Ateen                                     12,24,30
Albertina Kerr Youth and Family Center                  24,43
Albina Early Head Start                                 79
Albina Head Start                                       79
Alcoholics Victorious                                   13
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)                               13
American Lung Association                               11
American SIDS Institute (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) 30,105
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Hotline           43,96
ARC of Multnomah & Clackamas Counties, The              44
Ascension Early Childhood Education Center              21
Asian Health and Service Center                         33
Attorney General's Consumer Hotline                     96,111
Audiology and Hearing Aid Center                        44
Autism Society of Oregon                                44,117
Autistic Children’s Activity Program (ACAP)             45
Baby Blues Connection                                   24,105,118
The Beehive                                             103
Better Bargains Thrift Store                            76
Birthright                                              105
Bradley Angle House                                     50
Brief Encounters                                        30
Bundle Up (Salvation Army)                              61
CaCoon – Care Coordination                              83
Candlelighters for Children                             31
Car Seat Safety Program                                 83
Cares Northwest                                         20
Cascade Aids Program Hotline                            84,96
Cascade Aids Project (CAP)                              84
Cascadia Behavioral Health Care – Addictions Treatment Services
                                                        6, 24
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          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare Child & Family Program 25,31,118
Casey Eye Institute Elks’ Children’s Eye Clinic          93
Catholic Charities El Programa Hispano                 25,33,84,111
Catholic Charities Immigration Services                  34,112
CDI Early Head Start                                     79
Centennial School District                               82
Center for Women’s Health, Childbirth Education          106
Central City Concern Health Services                     6, 25, 84
CHADD Children & Adults with ADD                         31,45,118
Change Point                                             6,13,50
Child Abuse Hotline                                      1,20, 97
Child Abuse Prevention Services                          20
Child and Family Program                                 103
Child Care                                               21
Child Care Resource & Referral of Multnomah County       22
Child Communication Clinic, Hearing & Speech Institute 45
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC)       46
Childhelp USA®                                           103
Children Community Clinic                                88,106
Civil Rights Division-Oregon Labor and Industries Bureau 34,112
Clackamas County Children’s Commission                   79
Clackamas Women's Services                               51
Clothing & Household Items                               61
Cocaine Anonymous                                        13
CODA/Alpha Family Treatment                              7,10,15,26
Columbia Regional & Special Education Program            46
Community Energy Project                                 63
Community Garden Plot                                    124
Community Transitional School                            125
Compassionate Friends                                    31
Confederated Tribes of Siletz                            34,77
Connect 2 Jobs                                           103
Connect For Kids                                         103
Consulado de México                                      35,112
Corbett School District                                  81
Counseling/Mental Health                                 23
Crime Prevention                                         32
Crossroads Cupboard                                      67
Culturally Specific Services                             33
Danger to Safety                                         51
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          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
David Douglas School District                            82
Daybreak Shelter Network                                 55,71
Department of Documentation                              35,112
Department of Protection                                 35,112
De Paul Treatment Centers, Inc.                          7,10
Dental Access Program                                    40,133
Dental Care                                              38
Devers Eye Clinic                                        93
DHS - Child Welfare                                      20,119
DHS TADVF (Temporary Asst. to Domestic Violence Families) 51
DHS Self Sufficiency & Employment Services 17,22,56,63,67,85,134
Disabilities/Speech Services                             42
Domestic Violence                                        50
Domestic Violence Reduction Unit                         51
Domestic Violence Resource Center                        35,52
Dougy Center                                             26,32
East County Alano Club                                   15
East County Health Clinic                                40,85, 131
East County One Stop                                     78,134
East Portland Community Center                           125,130
Easter Seals Oregon                                      46,125
Easter Seals Oregon CARES                                126
Eastside Teen Clinic                                     26,84,126
Educational Opportunities for Children & Families (EOCF) 80
El Programa Hispano                                      78,134
Emergency Services                                       55
Employment                                               77
Energy Assistance - Human Solutions                      64
ESL/Migrant Program Portland Public Schools              80
Fair Housing Council of Oregon                           113
Family Court Services                                    113,119,123
Family Doctor                                            103
FASCETS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consultation Education and Train-
ing Services)                                            17,46, 106
Financial Assistance & Utilities                         63
Finders Keepers Thrift Store                             76
Fire Bureau, Portland                                    123
Fire Bureau, Gresham                                     123
First Candle/SIDS Alliance                               106
Fix-It-Fairs                                             64
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                    INDICE
          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
Food                                                  67
Francis Center                                        61,68
Gamblers Anonymous                                    15
Generous Ventures Gleaners                            56,68
Goodwill Industries Store                             76
Gresham Police Department Crime Prevention Unit      32,52,97,123
Gresham School District                               82
Grocery Outlet                                        68
Hacienda                                              35,71,86
HAP Public Housing                                    72
Harry’s Mother Teen Hotline                           102,130
Head Start Programs / Area School Districts           79
Health / Nutrition                                    83
Health and Human Services                             103
Hear Now                                              86
Helensview School                                     17,119
Holiday Referrals                                     95
Hooper Memorial Detoxification Center                 7
Hopeline Network                                      27,97,126
Hotlines & Websites                                   96
Housing                                               71
Housing Authority of Portland                         72
Housing Connections                                   104
Human Solutions                             17,56,61,64,72,78,138
Imagination Station                                   126
Immigration Counseling Service                        36,113
Infant, Toddler & Prenatal                            105
Infant Massage                                        107
Insights Teen Parent Program                          120
International Infant Massage                          107
International Language Bank of Oregon                 37,97
IRCO Asian Family Center                              36
IRCO/Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization       36
IRS                                                   97,104
Job Connection                                        78
Juvenile Firesetter Program                       27,120,123,127
Kaiser Permanente - Baby Massage Workshop             107
Kindercare                                            22
Kinship House                                         27,120
La Clinica de Buena Salud                             37,86
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           ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
La Línea Única                                           1,376,53
Labor Ready                                              78
“Lead Line” Lead Poisoning Information & Services        86
Legacy Diabetes and Nutritional Services                 86
Legacy Women’s Services                                  107
Legal Aid Flyer Request Line                             98,113
Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Multnomah County Office 114,140
Legal Aid Services / Law Center Public Benefits Hotline  98,114
Legal Services / Advocacy                                111
Letty Owings Center                                      10,87
Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic                               114
LIEAP, OEAP Human Solutions                              64
LifeWorks NW                                             7,21,27
Link-Up America                                          56,65
Listos Alternative Learning Center                       127
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers)                     15,98
March of Dimes - Oregon Chapter                          108
Medical Teams International - Mobile Dental Care         40,87
Medical Transportation Program                           47,87,124
Medical (See Health & Nutrition)                         83
Men’s Resource Center, Inc.                              28
Metropolitan Public Defender                             115
Mid-County Dental Clinic                                 40
Mid-County Health Clinic                                 87,131
Migrant Education Program East County                    37
Morrison Child & Family Services                         28
Morrison Child & Family Services (West Gresham)          28
Mt. Hood Community College                  14,18,22,23,41,78,80,134
Mt. Hood Community College @ Maywood Park                18
Mt. Hood Community College Child Development & Family Support
Programs                                                 22,80
Mt. Hood Community College Child Development Center 23
Mt. Hood Community College Dental Hygiene Program        41
Mt. Hood Habitat for Humanity                            57
Mt. Hood YMCA                                            127
Multnomah County Child Support Enforcement               115
Multnomah County Crisis Line                             1,28,98
Multnomah County Dental Clinics                          41
Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities              47
Multnomah County Health Department                       88
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          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
Multnomah County Information and Referral                88,99
Multnomah County Libraries                               127
Multnomah County Weatherization Program                  65
Multnomah Early Childhood Program                        47
Multnomah Education Service District (MESD)              47
My Father’s House                                        72
My Sister’s House                                        52,73
NARA Outpatient Chemical Dependency                      8
NARA/NW Health Clinic                                    37,57,65,88
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)                                 8,16, 99
National College of Naturopathic Medicine                108
National Suicide Prevention Life Line                    29,99,128
Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)           37,53,128
Neighborhood Crime Prevention                            33
Nicotine Anonymous                                       12
Nine Line                                                102,130
Notes                                                    161
Nursing Mothers Counsel (NMC)                            89,108,120
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services             48,78
OHSU Behavioral Health Clinic                            8
OHSU Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic   29
OHSU School of Dentistry                                 42
Oregon Advocacy Center                                   48,100,115
Oregon Alcohol & Drug Helpline                           99
Oregon Child Development Coalition                       38,81
Oregon Department of Revenue                             104
Oregon Dairy Council Nutrition Education Services        89
Oregon Food Bank                                         68
Oregon Food Bank - Community Basket                      68
Oregon Health Division Lead Based Paint Program          109
Oregon Health Plan Client Advocate Hotline               89
Oregon Helps                                             104
Oregon Human Development Corp/National Farmworker        19,38,57
Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation                  48,93
Oregon Literacy Inc.                                     14
Oregon Partnerships                                      8,100,128
Oregon Poison Center                                     1, 90,100
Oregon Problem Gambling Helpline                         16,100
Oregon Safe Net                                          90,101,109
Oregon State Bar – Lawyer Referral Service               115
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                    INDICE
          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
Oregon State Employment Dept. (WorkSource) - Unemployment
Claims                                                   78,79
Oregon State Police (Police Services Dispatch)           1, 101
Oregon Telephone Assistance Program                      57,65
Oregon Tobacco Quit Line                                 12,104
Oregon Zoo                                               128
OSU Extension                                            90,121
Outpatient Treatment Programs                            6
Outside In Clinic                                        29,58,90
Outside In Day Program                                   58,121,129
Overeaters Anonymous                                     16,90
Pacific University Eye/Vision Care                       94
Pacific University Southeast Family Vision               94
Pal Youth Center                                         129
Parent-Child Involvement Project (PChIP)                 53
Parent.net                                               104
Parenting                                                117
Parenting Classes by School Districts                    121
Parents Anonymous of Oregon                              32,101,121
Parkrose School District                                 82
PCC Adult Basic Skills Division                          19,38
PCRI – Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives       73
Planned Parenthood of the Columbia/Willamette            91,109
Portland Adventist Family Health Clinic (PACS)           58,69,91
Portland Children’s Museum                               129
Portland Habilitation Center                             20,49
Portland Habitat for Humanity                            59
Portland Housing Center                                  73
Portland Parks and Recreation                            129
Portland Police                                          124
Portland Providence Lactation Center                     109
Portland Public School District                          82
Portland Public Schools Head Start Program               81
Portland Public Schools Title VII/Indian Education       82
Portland Salvation Army ARC                              29,62
Portland Women’s Crisis Line                       1, 30,51,53,101
Precious Beginnings                                      110
Pregnancy Resource Center                            59,62,91,110
Pro Bono Program, Oregon Law Center for Mult. Co.        116
Project Dental Health                                    42
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                    INDICE
          ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
Project YESS - MHCC                                     14
Providence Chemical Dependency                          9,11
Providence Family Medicine South East                   92
Providence Health Education Services                    110
Public Service Departments                              122
Raphael House of Portland                               53
REACH Community Development                             74
Renters Rights Hotline                                  74,101,142
Residential Treatment Programs                          10
Resolutions Northwest                                   33,116
Reynolds School District                                82
Runaway Hotlines                                        102,130
Russian Oregon Social Services                          38,116
RX Hope                                                 104
Salvation Army                             29,54,59,62,66,69,74,95
Salvation Army ARC, Portland                            29,62
Salvation Army Family Services                       59,66,69,95
Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores                     77
Salvation Army West Women & Children's Shelter          54,74
Salvation Army’s Child’s Path Program                   69
School Districts                                        82,121
SE Works Neighborhood Jobs Center                       20
Self Enhancement Inc. (SEI)                             39
Shared Housing                                          74
Shepherd’s Door (Portland Rescue Mission)               70,74,110
Shepherd’s Door - Women's Ministry of the Portland Rescue
Mission                                                 75
Shriners Hospital For Children-Portland                 49
Siletz Tribal Head Start                                82
SMART (Self Management & Recovery Training)             9,16
SNOW-CAP Community Charities                        59,62,70,95,138
SOAR                                                    39
Social Security Income                                  102
Society of St. Vincent de Paul                        60,66,70,75
Southeast Health Center                                 42
SSI for Premature Infants                               111
SSI Kids Hotline                                        116
Stand Up Parenting                                      122
St. Andrew Legal Clinic - Multnomah County              117
Steps To Success - MHCC                                 19,78,134
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Stop Smoking                                              11
Sunshine Division of the Portland Police Bureau           60,62,66,70
Sunshine Division                                         95
Support Groups                                            12,30
The Swindells Center                                      49
Teen Challenge Thrift Store                               77
Teen Parent Services - Portland Public Schools            122, 130
Telecommunication Devices Access Program                  49,60,66
Tel-Law                                                   102,143
Theft Talk Counseling Services                            117,130
Thrift Stores                                             76
Toy & Joy Makers District 10                              95
Transiciones                                              18,39
Transitions Program – MHCC                                18
Transportation                                            124
Tri-Met Information                                       124
Triangle Project, prog of Cascadia Behavioral Health Care 9
Tuberculosis Prevention                                   92
Unity Recovery Service Club – URS                         10
Unlimited Choices                                         49,75
Value Village Thrift Store                                77
Victim Assistance Program                                 54,117
Vision                                                    93
Vision USA                                                94
Volunteers of America Parenting Class                     122
Volunteers of America Home Free                           54,75
Wattles Boys and Girls Club                               130
Wallace Medical Concern                                   92
Wash. Co. Head Start Community Action Organization        82
Water Emergency                                           102
Websites                                                  102
Well Child Clinics                                        92
WIC                                                       40,60,93
Workforce Connections                                    19
Worksource Oregon                                       78,79,104,134
WorkSource Oregon State Employment Dept.                8,79,104,134
Worksource Portland Metro East Workforce Connections 19,134
Yolanda House of the YWCA of Greater Portland             54,61,76
Youth Services / Recreation                               125
Zarepath Kitchen                                          71
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          WHERE TO TURN UPDATE
                    INDICE
             DONDE IR PUESTA AL DÍA
       ИНДЕКС (Алфавитный порядок)
  ОБНОВЛЕНИЕ ДАННЫХ В КНИГЕ “КУДА ОБРАЩАТЬСЯ”

                  Child Development and Family Support Programs
                  10100 NE Prescott Portland, OR 97220-3555
                  Ph. (503) 491-6111 FAX (503) 491-6112
                  www.mhcc.edu

Dear Colleague:

Every year we update and publish the “Where To Turn” Resource
handbook, which provides resources to members of the community. We
would like to ensure that the information provided is accurate and useful
to our clients. If you have any information you would like to add or
change, please complete this form and mail it to the address above.
Thank you.
  Our information has changed – please make the following revisions: (write only
  changes below)
  Our information was not included previously or we have new services, please add:

Name of Program:
Phone Number:
Street Address:
      OR
Mailing Address:
City:               Zip Code:                    E-mail:
Web Site:
Days open:                    Hours open:                  Fee:
Clients Eligible for services:
Services provided in the following languages:
Brief description of services offered:




        ** Please call if you have any questions – Thank you! **

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3. Mt. Hood Community College Bookstore has this booklet available
   for purchase on main campus: 26000 SE Stark, Gresham.


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