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1 Marion County Parent Directory December 2008 For information about this directory, contact the Marion County Children & Families Commission at (503)

2 Table of Contents Marion County Family Directory December 2008 ACCESS... 1 ADOPTION OR FOSTER CARE SERVICES... 1 ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT... 1 ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION... 2 DETOXIFICATION CENTERS DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT HOUSING, RECOVERY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUPS SUBSTANCE ABUSE, Youth TREATMENT s BASIC NEEDS... 4 CLOTHING/FREE OR LOW COST ENERGY/UTILITY/HEATING ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL EMERGENCY FOOD/STAMPS/MEALS FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES MEDICAL/PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE PRESCRIPTIONS (SEE BASIC NEEDS - MEDICAL) SHELTER/MISSION SHOWERS (SEE BASIC NEEDS - SHELTER) TRANSPORATION ASSISTANCE CAMPS... 8 CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL PRGRMS... 8 CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES... 9 CLASSES/WORKSHOPS CONSUMER SERVICES CORRECTIONS, OREGON SYSTEM OF CORRECTIONS, JUVENILE CHILD/ADOLESCENT INTERVENTION SERVICES COUNSELING COUNSELING, DEBT/CREDIT CRISIS SERVICES HOUR HOTLINE NUMBERS CRISIS SERVICE CENTER (BUSINESS #S) DEATH & DYING GRIEF RECOVERY HOSPICE SERVICES DISABILITY INFORMATION DISABILITY SERVICES, CHILD & YOUTH DISABILITY, HEARING IMPAIRED DISABILITY, VISION IMPAIRED DONATIONS EDUCATION ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS EARLY INTERVENTION/EARLYCHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATION, ADULT (ABE/GED/HSC/ESL) EDUCATION, COMMUNITY EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES EDUCATION, SPECIAL HEAD START/EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY (SEE ALSO ADULT EDUCATION-ABE) SCHOOL DISTRICTS SCHOOLS, PUBLIC EMERGENCY SERVICES EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS JOB LINES JOB PROGRAMS JOB SEARCH AND PLACEMENT SHELTERED WORKSHOP/Q REHAB FAC TEMPORARY STAFF AND EMPLOYEE LEASING WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT - I -

3 Table of Contents Marion County Family Directory December 2008 FAMILY & PARENTING RESOURCES CHILD CARE RESOURCES CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS FAMILY SUPPORT HEALTHY START PROGRAM MISSING/RUNAWAY INFORMATION PARENTING CLASSES RELIEF NURSERY TEEN PARENT PROGRAM FINANCIAL, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE/WELFARE FOSTER CARE FUNDS/FUNDING ORGANIZATIONS GAMBLING TREATMENT GANG INTERVENTION/PREVENTION GOVERNMENTAL, LOCAL/COMMUNITY COMMUNITY SUPPORT, CITY-SPONSORED COMMUNITY SUPPORT, COUNTY-SPONSORED GOVERNMENT, STATE CHILD WELFARE CONSUMER & BUSINESS SERVICES, OREGON DEPT CONSUMER PROTECTION, BETTER BUSINESS EDUCATION, OREGON DEPT OF (ODE) EMPLOYMENT, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY SERVICES(SELF-SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM) HOUSING & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT JUSTICE, OREGON DEPT OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, OFFICE OF (OMAP) OFFICE OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL (OSFM) POLICE, OREGON STATE (OSP) VETERANS AFFAIRS, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS HOSPITAL FACILITIES AMBULATORY SURGICAL CENTERS HOSPITALS MEDICAL CENTERS HOUSING HOUSING AUTHORITY HOUSING, EMERGENCY HOUSING, FARMWORKER SERVICES HOUSING, HOMEOWNERSHIP/LOAN PROGRAM HOUSING, SUBSIDIZED HOUSING, TEEN PARENT HOUSING, TRANSITIONAL/RECOVERY INFORMATION & REFERRAL SERVICES HELP LINE OR WARM LINE LIBRARIES, PUBLIC INSURANCE (HEALTH) & MANAGED CARE MEDICAID (OHP/OMAP) CONTRACTED PLANS MEDICARE CONTRACTED PLANS OTHER HEALTH INSURANCE INTERPRETATION, LANGUAGE TRANSLATION LEGAL ASSISTANCE MEDIATION MEDICAL CONDITIONS (INFO/SUPPORT) AIDS/HIV... TESTING AND SERVICES CANCER... INFORMATION AND SERVICES DEVELO... PMENTAL DISABILITIES INFORMATION EATING DISORDERS LUNG AND BREATHING INFORMATION SIDS (SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME) - II -

4 Table of Contents Marion County Family Directory December 2008 MEDICAL/HEALTHCARE SERVICES BIRTHING SERVICES CLINICS. INDIAN HEALTH CLINICS, OBGYN CLINICS, PEDIATRIC CLINICS, PRIMARY CARE CLINICS, SPECIALTY CLINICS, URGENT CARE DENTAL SERVICES FAMILY PLANNING/PREGNANCY PREVENTION IMMUNIZATIONS OCCUPATIONAL HEALTLH PRENATAL SERVICES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES REHABILITATION THERAPIES REPRODUCTIVE SERVICES WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMS WELL-CHILD CHECKS/NUTRITION/WIC MENS SUPPORT SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT, OUTPATIENT SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT MENTORING MULTI-CULTURAL SERVICES NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITIES ONE-STOP HUMAN SERVICE CENTERS OREGON HEALTH PLAN (OHP) ORGANIZATIONS, MULTI-SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS, STATE AND NATIONAL PARENTING... See Family REPORTING/REGULATORY AGENCIES STATE REPORTING/REGULATORY RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES RESPITE SERVICES SAFETY, FAMIL INTERVENTION CHILD ABUSE INTERVENTION/PREVENTION DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SAFETY, HOME AND COMMUNITY SENIOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES SENIOR ASSISTANCE SENIOR FOOD PROGRAMS SENIOR TRANSPORTATION SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT GROUPS TRANSPORTATION...48 VETERANS VICTIMS VIOLENCE PREVENTION VOLUNTEERS WOMENS SUPPORT SERVICES WORKERS COMPENSATION YOUTH DEVELOPMENT III -

5 ACCESS HEALTHCARE ACCESS Family Health Insurance Assistance (FHIAP) State of Private Health Partnerships in (State agency responsible for providing application, eligibility and customer service for the Family Health Insurance Assistance -FHIAP targets families with children and FHIAP helps pay the monthly bill (premium) for private health insurance. Agency may also refer callers to a certified local insurance agent who can explain insurance options which vary by county.) Medical Assistance s, Division of (DMAP) - Medicaid Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Application (Applicants may apply through local DHS offices or by calling the application center toll-free DMAP is the state agency responsible for administration of the Oregon Medicaid program, including the Children's Health Insurance --CHIP.) ADOPTION OR FOSTER CARE SERVICES Christian Placement Christian Adoption (503) Service (CCPC provides a continuum of services including infant, special needs, and international adoption, out patient counseling, and youth residential treatment. Religious message.) of Human (Child Welfare) Marion Child Welfare (503) in (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services, family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living program for current and former foster children, medical coverage determination for children in foster care and residential treatment services. You may call (503) to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call 911.) of Human (Child Welfare) Marion Child Welfare in (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services, family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living program for current and former foster children, medical coverage determination for children in foster care and residential treatment services. You may call (503) to report child abuse during busines hours. May leave a message after hours. If a child is in imminent danger, call 911.) of Human State in (503) (Child Welfare) (State Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services, family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living program for current and former foster children, medical coverage determination for children in foster care and residential treatment services.) of Human Woodburn (503) (Child Welfare) Branch (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services, family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living program for current and former foster children, medical coverage determination for children in foster care and residential treatment services.) of Human Woodburn (Child Welfare) Branch (Local Child Welfare program responsible for child protective services, family-based services, foster care and adoption, independent living program for current and former foster children, medical coverage determination for children in foster care and residential treatment services.) Michael the Arch Angel (503) (Pro-life alternatives to abortion, counseling, free pregnancy tests. Religious message.) ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT Camp To Belong Oregon Foster (503) Parent Association The mission of Camp To Belong NW is to reunite siblings placed in separate foster, adoptive or relative placements for events that encourage emotional empowerment, social maturation, positive outlook, fun and sibling connection. Canyon Crisis Santiam (503) Family (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims. Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.) Commission on Children Marion County (503) and Families - in ( progress teams represent communities by high school boundary areas. Government and communities, including non-profit organizations, work together to ensure families and have a stable support system.) Liberty House (503) (Provides medical services, child interviews and mental health services to children who may have been abused or neglected. For children in Marion County and Polk County.) Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (503) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (866) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) 1 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

6 ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT National Alliance for the (503) Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) Northwest Human Crisis and (503) Information Hotline in (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an entry into the helping resources of the community.) Northwest Human Crisis and Information Hotline in (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an entry into the helping resources of the community.) Oregon AIDS Hotline Helpline in (503) Portland (Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services information for entire state of Oregon.) Oregon AIDS Hotline Helpline in Portland (Helpline and advocacy, doctor referrals, support and services information for entire state of Oregon.) Oregon Family Support Network (Private non-profit resource for families statewide who have children/adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders.) Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area (503) Information (OPTI) (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special education and helps parents advocate at school for children with disabilities.) Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area Information (OPTI) (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special education and helps parents advocate at school for children with disabilities.) Stand for Children Oregon (541) Chapter (Oregon chapter of a national membership organization with a mission to create strong advocacy to ensure all children can grow up healthy, educated and safe.) Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) of Assistance (503) (Case management services, i.e., problem solving, advocacy, interpreting, and referrals. Assistance in locating permanent housing is offered. Target populations are low income English, Spanish and Russian speaking homeless families. Bi-lingual staff.) ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION DETOXIFICATION SERVICES Network Behavioral HealthCare Willamette Valley Treatment (Synthetic opiate detox and maintenance treatment.) Catholic Counseling and (503) (503) Encuentro (DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.) Chemawa Indian Health Behavioral Health (Alcohol Education in (503) Keizer) (Outpatient substance abuse and mental health care. Healthcare. Extended hours: 10:00am - 3:00pm - Sat.) Creekside Counseling, Inc (503) (Relapse prevention, DUII education classes, family groups for adolescents, level 1 and level 2 intensive outpatient, Women's group. OP, IOP, DUII, DUII Education Classes. Marijuana education.) Kaiser Permanente Dept of Addiction Medicine Addiction North Lancaster Medical (503) Treatment (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project. Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction. Alcohol and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.) DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT Alcohol Counseling (503) Options Unlimited (Substance abuse treatment for both adults and youth.) (503) in (Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII rehab. Offers specific services to youth ages 18 years and under.) 2 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

7 ALCOHOL AND DRUG INTERVENTION DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE TREATMENT Marion County Drug (503) Treatment (Opioid Replacement Therapy for adult men and women addicted to opiates.) Marion County Health Adolescent Alcohol and Drug (503) Treatment (Assessment and treatment services, including intensive outpatient groups and aftercare groups, for youth who have a history of or are currently abusing substances.) Network Behavioral HealthCare Addiction (503) Treatment (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project. Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction. Alcohol and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.) New Steps Behavioral (503) Health (Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment for youth and adults, DUII info, DUII rehab. Offers specific services to minority and youth ages 18 years and under. Accept OHP members w/careoregon, Marion-Polk Health Plan or w/o an OHP medical plan.) Serenity Lane - Straight (503) F.A.C.T.S. (Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment, DUII info, DUII rehab. Serenity Lane's Straight FACTS (Finding Alternatives to Criminal Thinking Strategies) treats chemical dependency and criminality.) RECOVERY PROGRAMS, ADULT Network Behavioral HealthCare Addiction (503) Treatment (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project. Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction. Alcohol and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.) SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION Marion County Drug (503) Treatment (Opioid Replacement Therapy for adult men and women addicted to opiates.) Marion County Health Adolescent Alcohol and Drug (503) Treatment (Assessment and treatment services, including intensive outpatient groups and aftercare groups, for youth who have a history of or are currently abusing substances.) /Keizer Together Drug Prevention City of of (503) (Volunteer positions for middle school after school programs to serve as tutors, chaperone for a field trip, assist a program leader with sports, drama, cooking, crafts.) Sales of Tobacco to Minors Prohibited (STOMP) of (503) (Students years old with valid ID work in pairs accompanied by an adult, attempt to purchase tobacco products. Positive reinforcement campaign that rewards clerks for checking ID and not selling tobacco products to underage youth.) SUBSTANCE ABUSE SUPPORT GROUPS Adult Children of Support (503) Alcoholics Group (Support group for adult children of alcoholics. Call for meeting location and schedule, or meet at the Faith Luteran Church (4505 River Rd N, OR 97303) at 7:30pm every Monday.) Al-Anon Information Support (503) Service (AIS) Groups (Provides information on purpose and location of Al-Anon Family Group meetings which provide emotional support to family and friends of alcoholics.) Willamette Valley Alcoholics (503) Intergroup, Inc Anonymous (Support group contact for persons recovering from alcohol abuse.) SUBSTANCE ABUSE, RESIDENTIAL TRTMT Network Behavioral HealthCare Addiction (503) Treatment (Drug-Free Residential Treatment DFRT - Recovery Assistance Project. Operates Serendipity House. Gambling Addiction. Alcohol and/or drug detoxification and addiction treatment services.) Pacific Ridge Jefferson (503) (Alcohol and drug residential treatment for adults and adolescents.) SUBSTANCE ABUSE, YOUTH PROGRAMS Alcohol Counseling (503) Options Unlimited (Substance abuse treatment for both adults and youth.) New Steps Behavioral (503) Health (Outpatient, intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment for youth and adults, DUII info, DUII rehab. Offers specific services to minority and youth ages 18 years and under. Accept OHP members w/careoregon, Marion-Polk Health Plan or w/o an OHP medical plan.) Marion County Health Substance Abuse (503) Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

8 BASIC NEEDS - ALL CLOTHING, THRIFT OR NO COST Adventist Church (503) Service (Provides free clothing, diapers and food boxes.some household items:bedding, dishes, etc.) Bellies, Babies & Beyond Resale (503) Event (Annual resale event held at the First Baptist Church gym on corner of Liberty and Marion Streets in. Vendors sell gently-used clothes, toys, furniture, books and maternity clothing. Contact ) Big Gals Consignment (503) Shop (Consignment shop for plus sized women's low-cost clothing. Specializes in large sizes. Open Mon - Sat 10:00am - 6:00pm.) Brady Fund OSBA in (503) (Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and vision. Referrals from local school districts.) Clothing Seventh Day Adventist Church - Silverton (503) GOODWILL Outlet Store Portland Road (503) in (12,500 square foot Outlet Store of clothing, household items and furniture. Thrift retail. Some items are purchased by the pound; some are indivdually priced. Store located 1/4 mile south of the Regional State Police office.) Goodwill Store Silverton (503) (Quality, brand-name clothes and household items at prices 85% less than department stores. New merchandise stocked hourly; check website for Goodwill Return Policy and thrift store tips. Thrift store.) Helping Hands s (503) (All-volunteer organization which provides free clothing to low-income individuals and families in the community; small household goods, bedding, cooking utensils are provided with a referral from churches or local social service agencies. No referrals required.) Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Silverton Family (503) (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. Operates five s in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.) Mt Angel Mt. Angel (503) Chest (Emergency services, food, gas (for work, medical appointments), clothing. Thanksgiving & Christmas baskets.) Precious Children and Families Outreach Evangelical Church (Food boxes and some clothes for small children.) (503) Reruns for Kids (503) (Used kids clothing consignment store with proceeds going to Family Building Blocks, 's family relief nursery/ child-abuse prevention program. Volunteers help run the store.) Silverton Family Family (503) Network (-based center provides assistance/ referral for housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization, tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.) St Vincent depaul Society Social (503) (Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.call the food bank for hours of operation Call the thrift store for hours of operation ) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) New Life Recovery (503) (New Life Recovery (NLR) offers a 9-14 month program to help stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to live productively in the community, and in their family and work environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) Downtown (503) Mission (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab, furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children, learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area. UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) offers life stabilization and recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.) Union Gospel Mission Simonka Place (503) (UGM) (Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.) Union Gospel Mission Store on N. Commercial (503) Street (Thrift store of good quality donated items such as clothing, sporting goods, collectibles and household products. Many bargains of clothing and household goods are available to all members of the community. Profits fund Union Gospel ministeries.) Westgate Assembly of God (503) Shared Blessing (Food boxes are designed to last three days and can be received every 30 days.) 4 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

9 BASIC NEEDS - ALL ENERGY/UTILITY/HEATING ASSISTANCE Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties (503) (MWVCAA is a not-for-profit organization that addresses the many complex issues facing low-income individuals and families. The agency's provides a variety of services that focus on promoting housing stability and self-sufficiency among homeless and low-income persons in Marion and Polk Counties. These services include s located in Dallas, Stayton, and Woodburn; tenant-based rental assistance programs; self-sufficiency ( Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Energy Assistance (503) (Provides energy assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. Home weatherization program. Energy assistance limited to winter months.) Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Silverton Family (503) (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. Operates five s in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.) Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Stayton Action (503) (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. Operates five s in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, & Independence.) Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Woodburn Family (503) (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. They offer referral services for the homeless. Childcare resource questions are referred to the office. Operates five s in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.) Mill City-Gates Food Bank Mill City (503) ( Assistance providing emergency food assistance and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana, Gates, Detroit and Mill City communities.) Oregon Housing and (OHCSD) Energy and Weatherization s State in (503) (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are accessed through a local Action Agency.) Oregon Housing and (OHCSD) Energy and Weatherization s State in (State agency administers a variety of energy and weatherization programs to assist low-income Oregonians. Most programs are accessed through a local Action Agency.) Oregon Housing and (OHCSD) Rental Assistance - State in (503) (The administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.) Oregon Telephone Assistance (OTAP) and Linkup America Oregon PUC in (Linkup America/Oregon PUC cooperative program lowers the cost of getting hooked up to local telephone company or wireless service. Uses monies collected from the Universal Service Fund Fee to subsidize low income individuals and families for up to 50% of the cost of putting in telephone service.) Silverton Family Family (503) Network (-based center provides assistance/ referral for housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization, tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.) FINANCIAL EMERGENCY Silverton Family Family Aumsville Food Aumsville Bank (Food boxes) (503) Network (-based center provides assistance/ referral for housing/utilities, low-income energy assistance program, weatherization, tax assistance, free clothing, furniture and household items.) FOOD OR MEALS, FREE/LOW COST Adventist Church (503) Service (Provides free clothing, diapers and food boxes.some household items:bedding, dishes, etc.) (503) Brooks Assembly of God Brooks (503) (Food box distribution through Oregon Food Bank in Brooks from 10am - Noon on Tuesdays.) 5 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

10 BASIC NEEDS - ALL FOOD OR MEALS, FREE/LOW COST Grande Ronde Grande Ronde (503) Rescue Food Bank (Food bank distributes food boxes at the Grande Ronde Rescue at 8715 Grand Ronde Rd to the Grande Ronde community.) Emergency Food John Knox Bank Food Bank (Food 9:30am - 11:30am, Thursday) Emergency Food Bank Trinity United Methodist Church (503) (503) House of Zion Ministries, Woodburn (503) Inc (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.) Marion - Polk Food Share Administration (503) in (A nonprofit 501 (c) (3) charity that provides food to a network of food box pantries, meal sites, and shelters which directly serve the public in Marion and Polk counties. See food distribution locations on their website at: Marion County Health WIC (503) in (The Women, Infant & Children (WIC) provides nutrition education for pregnant, breastfeeding woman and children up to 5 years old. Nutrition consultants provide individual and class nutrition education. Breastfeeding education and support is emphasized with IBCLC certified lactation consultants on staff. WIC also provides breast pumps and supplies for sales and loans. Registered Dietitians (RD) also on staff to help guide clients food consumption during these important periods of growth. Mid-Willamette Valley Action Agency of Marion and Polk Counties Silverton Family (503) (Provides emergency assistance of last resort to low-income families and individuals. Operates five s in Woodburn, Silverton, Stayton, Dallas, and Independence.) Mill City-Gates Food Bank Mill City (503) ( Assistance providing emergency food assistance and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana, Gates, Detroit and Mill City communities.) Mount Angel Service (Emergency food for the needy) Mt. Angel (503) Mt Angel Mt. Angel (503) Chest (Emergency services, food, gas (for work, medical appointments), clothing. Thanksgiving & Christmas baskets.) Precious Children and Families Outreach Evangelical Church (Food boxes and some clothes for small children.) (503) Sacred Heart Food Bank Gervais (503) (Food box distribution through Oregon Food Bank 1-4pm Thursday to Gervais area residents.) Emergency Food West Bank United Methodist Church (Food 1:00pm - 3:45pm, Monday and Wednesday) (503) Silverton Area Silverton (503) Aid, Inc (Provides emergency food, rent and utilities help, one time prescription assistance, to residents in the Silverton/Scotts Mills area.) St Joseph's Shelter Mt Angel (503) Benedictine Sisters (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help by paying rent based on ability to pay.) St Vincent depaul Society Social (503) (Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.call the food bank for hours of operation Call the thrift store for hours of operation ) Stayton Food Bank (Food boxes, baby formula.) Stayton Location (503) Turner Christian Church Food (503) Distribution Site (Walk-in community resource for food boxes. Food boxes available Monday mornings only from 9:00-11:30am.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) New Life Recovery (503) (New Life Recovery (NLR) offers a 9-14 month program to help stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to live productively in the community, and in their family and work environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) Downtown (503) Mission (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab, furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children, learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area. UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) offers life stabilization and recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.) 6 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

11 BASIC NEEDS - ALL FOOD OR MEALS, FREE/LOW COST Union Gospel Mission Simonka Place (503) (UGM) (Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.) Westgate Assembly of God (503) Shared Blessing (Food boxes are designed to last three days and can be received every 30 days.) FURNITURE/HOUSEHOLD ITEMS GOODWILL Outlet Store Portland Road (503) in (12,500 square foot Outlet Store of clothing, household items and furniture. Thrift retail. Some items are purchased by the pound; some are indivdually priced. Store located 1/4 mile south of the Regional State Police office.) Goodwill Store Silverton (503) (Quality, brand-name clothes and household items at prices 85% less than department stores. New merchandise stocked hourly; check website for Goodwill Return Policy and thrift store tips. Thrift store.) Helping Hands s (503) (All-volunteer organization which provides free clothing to low-income individuals and families in the community; small household goods, bedding, cooking utensils are provided with a referral from churches or local social service agencies. No referrals required.) St Vincent depaul Society Social (503) (Visiting, feeding, clothing, and assisting people in crisis.call the food bank for hours of operation Call the thrift store for hours of operation ) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) New Life Recovery (503) (New Life Recovery (NLR) offers a 9-14 month program to help stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to live productively in the community, and in their family and work environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) Downtown (503) Mission (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab, furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children, learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area. Union Gospel Mission Store on N. Commercial (503) Street (Thrift store of good quality donated items such as clothing, sporting goods, collectibles and household products. Many bargains of clothing and household goods are available to all members of the community. Profits fund Union Gospel ministeries.) PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE Brady Fund OSBA in (503) (Funds administered by OSBA to school children in need. Funds are distributed by end of Nov of each school year. They may be used for clothing, school supplies, certain medical services related to hearing and vision. Referrals from local school districts.) Silverton Area Silverton (503) Aid, Inc (Provides emergency food, rent and utilities help, one time prescription assistance, to residents in the Silverton/Scotts Mills area.) SHELTER YOUTH HOME Youth and Day (503) Shelter (Provides day shelter where at-risk youth find meals, clothing, laundry facilities, showers and assistance. for school, family, jobs, drug and alcohol intervention, and testing for HIV.) Northwest Human Home Offering (503) Shelter to Teens (HOST) Youth & Family (24-Hour shelter serving youth who are homeless, runaways, or in crisis. Free counseling, mediation, food, clothing, bus tickets for travel to school, case management and information and referral is also provided. Parent education and conflict resolution.) SHELTER/MISSION ARCHES Project Drop-in (503) (Homeless and referrals for social services in Marion and Polk Counties. Help consumers comply with sanctions to get them out of the criminal justice system. Identify or provide support services such as housing, mental health, HIV and substance abuse screening and referral, primary health care education and referral, employment, legal aid, Veterans' services and transportation options.) House of Zion Ministries, Woodburn (503) Inc (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.) UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) offers life stabilization and recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.) 7 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

12 BASIC NEEDS - ALL SHELTER/MISSION Northwest Human Homeless (503) Outreach and Advocacy Project (HOAP) (HOAP provides services to people who are mentally ill and homeless. include: outreach, housing, meals, medical care, mental health care, advocacy and case management. Safe Haven Shelter offers a home for persons with mental illness.) Interfaith Hospitality Network (SIHN) West SIHN Day (503) (Local network of 32 faith communities make up this network that cooperates to provide shelter and meals for homeless families as they look for permanent housing. Skilled staff help families redirect their lives. The home on Edgewater Street, SIHN Day, provides a shelter program for up to 4 homeless families and a up to a total of 14 people. Interested families may call for an intake interview.) Salvation Army, The - (503) Social (Provides temporary shelter to families, single women and single men, job referral and assistance with permanent housing placement. (Provides food boxes, rent assistance, utility assistance--to Electric customers, as well as guidance and counseling to low-income individuals and families. Meals served every day at 4:30pm at 1901 Front Street, NE.) St Francis Shelter (503) (Shelter, housing and case management for homeless families and pregnant women. Eligible families have up to 30 days of rent-free occupancy in a furnished apartment.) St Joseph's Shelter Mt Angel (503) Benedictine Sisters (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help by paying rent based on ability to pay.) St Vincent depaul Emergency (503) Housing - Location (Provides emergency housing and services.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) New Life Recovery (503) (New Life Recovery (NLR) offers a 9-14 month program to help stabilize, equip and prepare homeless, needy and overwhelmed lives to live productively in the community, and in their family and work environment. Includes classes, life skills, adult education, volunteer assignments, Bible study, work therapy and related help.) Union Gospel Mission (UGM) Downtown (503) Mission (Provides emergency shelter, showers, meals, medical and rehab, furniture and household items, clothing, daycare for shelter children, learning center and recovery programs to homeless within service area. UGM's New Life Recovery (NLR) offers life stabilization and recovery opportunities for the homeless and overwhelmed.) Union Gospel Mission Simonka Place (503) (UGM) (Temporary shelter for 1-30 days for single women, with or without children. Availability is determined on first come, first serve basis. Three meals a day, clothing, laundry facility, information and referral and christian counseling. Safe drug and alcohol free shelter.) TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE Canyon Crisis Santiam (503) Family (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims. Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.) Mill City-Gates Food Bank Mill City (503) ( Assistance providing emergency food assistance and appropriate information and referrals to Lyons, Mehama, Idana, Gates, Detroit and Mill City communities.) CAMPS CAMPS, CHILDREN AND YOUTH Young Men's Christian Camp Greider (503) Association of the Mid-Willamette (YMCA) (Summer day camps including adventure camp, horse camp, aquatics, and other specialty camps.) CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL PRGRMS Boys and Girls Club of Eastwood (503) Branch (After school and summer programs for children grades This program named "Best Boys and Girls Club in the World".) Boys and Girls Club of Keizer Branch (503) (After school and summer programs for children grades 1-12.) Boys and Girls Club of Knudson (503) Branch/Admini stration (After school and summer programs for children grades 1-12.) Boys and Girls Club of Swegle Branch (503) (After school and summer programs for children grades 1-12.) 8 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

13 CHILDREN/YOUTH, AFTER SCHOOL PRGRMS Boys and Girls Club of Wipper Teen (503) (After school and summer programs for youth grades 7-12.) Hubbard After-School Hubbard (503) Supervised and structured after-school program for children and youth in grades k-8 in Hubbard, Aurora and surrounding areas. OregonASK after school for (503) kids (OregonAsk mission is to support, expand and advocate for quality out-of-school time programs and activities for children, youth, and families throughout Oregon. POWER Claggett (503) Middle School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Crossler (503) Middle School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Houck Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Howard Street (503) Charter School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Judson Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Leslie Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Parrish Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Stephens (503) Middle School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Waldo Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Walker Middle (503) School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) POWER Whiteaker (503) Middle School (The POWER is an after school program offered at each of the -Keizer middle schools. Each middle school offers 8-10 positive, after-school activities to choose from.) CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES A. C. Gilbert's Discovery (503) Village (Gilbert House) (Children's Discovery designed to promote curiosity, inspire awe, awaken interest, foster enjoyment, encourage learning and enable understanding. Interactive museum for children and families; workshops, classes and camps with focus on learning and exploration.) Canyonview Camp Silverton (503) (Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf recreational facility is now complete.) Canyonview Camp Silverton (Canyonview Camp is an 83-acre camp for all ages located in East Marion County on Drift Creek. Religious-based with both outdoor and indoor recreation including volleyball, low ropes course, horseback riding etc. Facillity is available for rental with newer Oak Lodge main facility and dormitories and cabins with nearby heated restrooms. 7,700 sf recreational facility is now complete.) City of of (503) (Recreation programs offered by the City of for children ages three - seventeen.) Girl Scouts of Santiam Council Regional in (503) (A comprehensive youth development program for girls that helps develop self-esteem, values, decision making and leadership skills.) 9 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

14 CHILDRENS PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Kids on the Block, The (503) (Volunteer program which enacts various life situations through the use of life-sized puppets) Oregon Children's Foundation North Valley Start Making a Reader Today (SMART) in (503) (Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each week during the school year.) Oregon Children's Foundation North Valley Start Making a Reader Today (SMART) in (Literacy program for early elementary. Volunteers read to children each week during the school year.) OregonASK after school for (503) kids (OregonAsk mission is to support, expand and advocate for quality out-of-school time programs and activities for children, youth, and families throughout Oregon. -Keizer Public Homeless Schools (Assists homeless children in overcoming barriers to school attendence) Young Men's Christian Association of the Mid-Willamette (YMCA) Camp Silver Creek (503) (503) (Overnight summer camp for children grades Safe, progressive, well-rounded youth fun including boating, hiking, fishing, archery, swimming, arts and crafts etc.) Young Men's Christian Association of the Mid-Willamette (YMCA) Marion and Polk Counties (503) in (Recreation, physical activity programs for all ages. Before and after school activities; day and overnight camps, development programs and enrichment classes. Member's nursery for kids from 6 weeks - 6 years at no cost to members who are participating in a Y in-building activity between 8:30am - Noon on Mon, Wed and Fri and between 5:30-8:00pm on Tue and Thurs.) CLASSES/WORKSHOPS CLASSES, ADULT AND FAMILY R.E.N.T. Mid-Willamette (503) Valley Action Agency Education program designed to assist individuals or families who cannot access or retain housing because of poor rental history or bad credit. CLASSES, BIRTH/BIRTH PREPARATION Maybe Baby Hospital (503) Family Birth Seminar for couples considering parenthood. CLASSES, CPR/FIRST AID/BLS American Red Cross Willamette (503) Chapter in (Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.) CLASSES, PARENTING Easter Seals Oregon Children's (503) Therapy in (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy (ST) and mental Health for children in English and Spanish, Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and services) CLASSES, YOUTH AND CHILDREN Young Women's Christian Rollercoasters (503) Association (YWCA) of An eight-week class, one-hour session per week workshop for children of divorce. CONSUMER SERVICES Project A.B.L.E. A Better Life (503) Experience CORRECTIONS, OREGON SYSTEM OF CORRECTIONS, JUVENILE Catholic Child/Adolescent Intervention, Inc (CAIS) Catarino Cavazos for Hispanic Youth Sex Offender Treatment in (503) and Families (Formerly known as Street Vision. Culturally appropriate community-based residential treatment program for Latino youth previously involved with gang activity, or affected by substance abuse or cultural identity issues. Male between ages 12 and 25. Requires referral by Oregon Youth Authority or county juvenile department.) (503) Tigard (Sex offender treatment program for adolescents and adults; psychiatric and sex offender evaluations, polygraph and phallometric tests; outpatient services. Group treatment on Tues and Wed afternoons and evening. Referrals from OYA, court system, community probation.) 10 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

15 COUNSELING Alpha Counseling and (503) Therapy (Counseling individuals, divorce, loss, family, anger management, sex abuse. Will not take court ordered individuals.) Canyon Crisis Santiam (503) Family (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims. Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.) Capital Family and Child Counseling (Counseling for families, group, individuals.) Catholic Counseling and (503) (503) Encuentro (DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.) Easter Seals Oregon Children's (503) Therapy in (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy (ST) and mental Health for children in English and Spanish, Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and services) Encuentro Family Service Woodburn (Bi-lingual counseling for families, adults, children, youth who speak the Hispanic language.) (503) Family Transition (503) (Mental health counseling for youth, families) LDS Family Birth Parent (503) (Provides free community birth parent resources for anyone, and clinical counseling for LDS members.) Marion County Mental Health Children's Behavioral (503) Health ( Mental Health include mental health assessment, counseling, case management, and referral to appropriate community agencies.) Marion County Mental Health Children's Mental Health (503) Crisis ( provided include crisis intervention, screening for potential hospital admission, hospital diversion, respite placement as well as referral to appropriate community agencies.) Marion County Mental Psychiatric (503) Health Crisis ( provided include crisis intervention, screening for potential hospital admission, hospital diversion, respite placement and short term solution focused therapy as well as referral to appropriate community agencies.) Mid-Valley Youth for Christ (503) (Intervention and counseling services. Emotional encouragement and support to students who become pregnant. Religious message.) National Alliance for the (503) Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) Northwest For Change Counseling (503) (Outpatient counseling for individual, couples, child, adolescent or family. Specializing in anger mangement, grief or depression, physical or sexual abuse, crisis intervention, anxiety/panic, post-traumatic stress, ADHD/ADD. Bill most insurances.) Northwest Human West (503) Clinic - Mental Health (Provides mental health and counseling services to individuals, couples and families. Individual therapy, long-term illness management, medication management and case management, Group therapy includes adult children of dysfunctional families, parenting and adults molested as children. Fees are on a sliding scale based on family size and income, but no one is refused service because of inability to pay.) Oregon for Clinical Oregon (503) Investigation, Inc. (OCCI) s (Clinical research and investigation for treatment of children/teens, and adults with mental health disorders including ADHD and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.) Poyama Counseling (503) (Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating disorders.) Professional Counseling Allison (503) Bradley, MA., LLC (Individual, couple, and Group Counseling.) 11 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

16 COUNSELING, DEBT/CREDIT Consumer Credit (503) Counseling Service (CCCS) (Non-profit consumer credit counseling agency for persons in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Metro areas who need help with money management. This office does phone, housing delinquincy, and rental counseling. Counseling can help avoid bankruptcy and develop a debt management plan. Offers education classes. Call first for an appointment.this office provides counseling in-person, by telephone, and internet.) Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) (Non-profit consumer credit counseling agency for persons in the Mid-Willamette Valley and Metro areas who need help with money management. This office does phone, housing delinquincy, and rental counseling. Counseling can help avoid bankruptcy and develop a debt management plan. Offers education classes. Call first for an appointment.this office provides counseling in-person, by telephone, and internet.) CRISIS SERVICES 24-HOUR HOTLINE NUMBERS Canyon Crisis Santiam (503) Family (24-hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and support services for victims. Crisis center also provides support groups for victim issues and empowerment, emergency gas vouchers/transportation, safe house referrals, family mediation and victim intervention.) Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (503) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (866) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) Mujeres Unidas (Women United) Domestic Violence Support Group (503) in Woodburn (Support group for Spanish-speaking women who are in abusive relationships. Offers information and counseling including shelters and programs offering domestic violence support. Also offers child care during meetings. Groups meet in and Woodburn.) Northwest Human Crisis and (503) Information Hotline in (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an entry into the helping resources of the community.) Northwest Human Crisis and Information Hotline in (Primary crisis line and suicide intervention for the Mid-Willamette Valley staffed 24x7. For someone in turmoil, this telephone call becomes an entry into the helping resources of the community.) Oregon Poison Oregon Health Sciences University (This hotline can be called if you have a poisoning emergency. If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 911.) Suicide Crisis and 24-Hour Information Hotline Hotline (Suicide intervention,limited financial assistance, critical incident stress management.information and referrals as applicable to needs.) CRISIS SERVICE CENTER (BUSINESS #S) Crisis Management (503) Institute (CMI) (Serves school community for on-site crisis response, trauma intervention/ debriefing, meets with teachers, parents and others, in-school support services for students, resources networking, asssessment of follow-up issues, including guidance on legal, mental health and security issues, identifying victims of trauma and meeting unique needs, crisis training and planning, trauma prevention, preparedness and planning.) SHELTER, EMERGENCY Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (503) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) Mid-Valley Women's Crisis (866) Service (Crisis 24-hour hotline for domestic violence victims. Emergency shelter provides a safe environment in confidential location for women and children survivors of violence and educates the public about the issues surrounding victimization. Provides cell phones for users to call 911. Advocates for prevention and victims.) 12 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

17 DEATH & DYING GRIEF RECOVERY Compassionate Friends Chapter (503) Serves Mid-Willamette Region (Nonprofit, self-help support organization that offers friendship and understanding to bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings who have lost a child through death. General meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Salvation Army Activity, 1230 Winter St. NE. Survivors and Friends Exchange for loved ones of people who have died from suicide or homicide meets on the third Monday of each month at 231 Commercial St. NE. Mother Oak's Child (503) for Grieving Children ( offers support to children who have experienced the death of a family member. Bereavement Support groups for all ages, including adults. Offer publication for teachers and caregivers on how chldren and adolescents process change and loss.) Poyama Counseling (503) (Individual, group and family therapy specializing in bereavement counseling, infants/toddlers, children with learning disabilities and eating disorders.) HOSPICE SERVICES Willamette Valley Hospice (503) (Provides on-site professional care and 24-hour on-call nurse for terminally ill persons of all ages. Provides support services to terminally ill persons and their families. Memory garden for friends, family and volunteers. Bereavement services to children and adults) Willamette Valley Hospice (Provides on-site professional care and 24-hour on-call nurse for terminally ill persons of all ages. Provides support services to terminally ill persons and their families. Memory garden for friends, family and volunteers. Bereavement services to children and adults) DISABILITY INFORMATION Children, Adults and Families Division (CAF),(AFS) Self- Sufficiency in (503) Woodburn (We helpo low-income people along the road to self-sufficiency with health coverage, food stamps, temporary assistance to needy families, job preparation, childcare and other supports.) Connections Hospital (503) Clinic Rehab (Connecting special needs children and their families, professionals and schools with a multispecialty staff to assess community resources to meet each child's needs.) DePaul Industries (formerly (503) St. Vincent depaul Enterprises) (Organization that provides training, temporary, and long-term employment specializing in placing people who have disabilities. Government and private placement jobs such as clerical and office, light industrial, flagging and other specialties.) Easter Seals Oregon Post Polio (503) Portland (A warm water exercise class designed to play an important role in the management and rehabilitation for individuals with the late effects of polio. Other programs and services for post-polio victims throughout Oregon.) Easter Seals Oregon State (503) Administrative in Portland (Types of services provided include: adult and senior for supported living/in-home care; equipment loans, camping and recreation; sponsor support groups, residential camping programs, medical rehabilitation and health services.) Galt Foundation Regional (503) in (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light industrial serving a 7-county area.) Galt Foundation Regional in (Job placement service for people who experience disabilities. Clients are placed primarily in state agencies in the areas of clerical and light industrial serving a 7-county area.) Juntos Podemos Family Together We (503) Can One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with developmental disabilities. Lifespan Respite of Marion/Polk County (Lifespan Respite). Catholic (503) National Alliance for the (503) Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) (Provides support, education and advocacy for the improvement of the lives of persons with severe mental illness. Support group. The information and referral telephone number operates from 8am -4pm, Monday -Friday.) 13 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

18 DISABILITY INFORMATION of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVRS) Marion/ Polk in (503) (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration; Skills Training; Job Placement; Preparation for Independent Living.) of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVRS) Outreach (SCO) - (503) (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration; Skills Training; Job Placement; Preparation for Independent Living. Assist persons who have disabilities get back into the work force.) of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVRS) Santiam in (503) Sublimity (Vocational Counseling and Guidance; Evaluation; Physical Restoration; Skills Training; Job Placement; Preparation for Independent Living.) Oregon Family Support Network (Private non-profit resource for families statewide who have children/adolescents with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders.) Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) Child Development Rehabilitation (CDRC in Eugene) (Statewide agency that serves children with special health needs with an emphasis on children with disorders affecting development. CDRC has offices and clinical staff in Portland and Eugene.) Oregon Housing and (OHCSD) Rental Assistance - State in (503) (The administates the Emergency Housing Account, Low Income Rental Housing Fund, and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.) Shangri-La Corporation Employment (503) s Northwest (ERN) (Employment s Northwest (ERN ) is a subsidiary of The Shangri-La Corporation that provides employment training to individuals receiving a TANF cash grant.) Threshold/Autism (503) (Direct training services with individuals with autism, their family and professional providers. Information and training. is A.D.A.P.T. AUTISM EDUCATION TRAINING SERVICES and SUPPORTS which utilizes Adaptive Developmentally Appropriate Practice and Theory.) Wheels (503) Transportation (Wheels service is available to those individuals in need of transportation for medical appointments, employment, education purposes, and nutritional shopping. In addition, service is provided for persons receiving medical assistance in Portland. These services are provided on a "space available" basis. Operates 7:00am - 5:30pm Mon - Fri.) Willamette Education Service District (Service Area 5) Early Intervention/ Early Childhood Special Education (503) (Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to developmental delays.) DISABILITY SRVCS, CHILD & YOUTH Adaptive Riding Institute HORSES for (503) Physically Challenged in Scotts Mills (Offers Equine assisted Therapy, recreational horseback activities and related services to people who have disabilities.) Camp Taloali Stayton Camp (866) (Camp Taloali is a residential camp for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children.) Easter Seals Oregon Children's (503) Therapy in (Occupational Therapy (OT), Physical Therapy (PT), Speech Therapy (ST) and mental Health for children in English and Spanish, Polk County Healthy Start and the Postpartum Depression Prevention. Specialized augmentative communication evaluations and services) Juntos Podemos Family Together We (503) Can One-stop family center for Latino families who have a child with developmental disabilities. Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area (503) Information (OPTI) (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special education and helps parents advocate at school for children with disabilities.) 14 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

19 DISABILITY SRVCS, CHILD & YOUTH Oregon Parent Training and Capitol Area Information (OPTI) (Statewide resource - Answers questions for parents about special education and helps parents advocate at school for children with disabilities.) DISABILITY, HEARING IMPAIRED American Society for Deaf National (866) Children Headquarters (The American Society for Deaf Children supports and educates families of deaf and hard of hearing children and advocates for high quality programs and services.)was founded in 1967 as a parent-helping-parent organization. Today, ASDC is a national, independent non-profit organization whose purpose is providing support, encouragement, and information to families raising children who are deaf or hard of hearing. ASDC recognizes the crucial role families play in the success of children who are Camp Taloali Stayton Camp (866) (Camp Taloali is a residential camp for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children.) Catholic Counseling and (503) Encuentro (DUI Evaluations; co-dependency, abuse and marriage counseling for families, children, teens, adults, deaf/hearing impaired and persons in the Hispanic community.) DISABILITY, VISION IMPAIRED Blindskills, Inc Oregon in (Nonprofit organization that publishes DIALOGUE, a magazine written specifically for persons who are blind or are experiencing sight loss.) Oregon State Library Talking Book & Braille Lending library for persons with visual impairment or physical disability. DONATIONS American Red Cross Willamette (503) Chapter in (Disaster relief assistance may include shelter, food, first aid, and mental health services. CPR and First Aid training programs.) House of Zion Ministries, Woodburn (503) Inc (Temporary emergency shelter, food box, clothing, blankets, on-site meals for migrant and transient families who are homeless.) St Joseph's Shelter Mt Angel (503) Benedictine Sisters (Provides emergency aid, food, clothing and furniture, through Mission Benedict. Homeless services for single men and families. Residents help by paying rent based on ability to pay.) EDUCATION ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS Chemeketa College Oasis Alternative South (503) Education High School (On-site alternative education program that serves credit-deficient juniors and seniors in a non-traditional setting. The program includes an opportunity for community service experience. OASIS Pet Food Depot distributes pet food and pet supplies throughout the area to low income pet owners. Students participate in many different activities related to this project) Roberts High School At Chemeketa -Keizer Secondary Alternative (503) s (Teen parent/pregnant teen or students by referral who can benefit from a smaller learning environment, public high school education program serving students in -Keizer School District.) -Keizer Public Schools Winema School in Downtown Learning in (503) (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area. targets students who need to complete their secondary education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct manner possible.) (503) (Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours and GED testing or check website.) EARLY INTRV (EARLY CHLD SPECIAL ED) Willamette Education Service District (Service Area 5) Early Intervention/ Early Childhood Special Education (503) (Regional Contractor with ODE to provide information and referral for any child from birth to 5 years of age who live in Marion, Polk, or Yamhill counties and has or is suspected of having problems related to developmental delays.) 15 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

20 EDUCATION EDUCATION, ADULT (ABE/GED/HSC/ESL) Chemeketa College ABE/GED/HS C/ESL (503) s (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Classes are offered at the main campus in and also at the Dallas, McMinnville, Santiam, and Woodburn campuses.) Chemeketa College Santiam Campus ABE/GED/HS C/ESL (503) s (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules vary depending on the term.) Chemeketa College Winema School in (503) (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area. targets students who need to complete their secondary education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct manner possible.) Chemeketa College Woodburn Campus ABE/GED/HS C/ESL (503) s (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules vary depending on the term.) Grand Ronde Tribal Head Start Grand Ronde Education (503) (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties. Education focuses on learning programs for the community and tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. s for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size gymnasium and auditorium.) Grand Ronde Tribal Head Start Grand Ronde Education (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties. Education focuses on learning programs for the community and tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. s for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size gymnasium and auditorium.) -Keizer Public Schools Downtown Learning in (503) (Located in the Chemeketa Parkade Business Complex classes focus on high school completion and GED. Also offers a basic reading program for students with a reading level below 7th grade. Call for program hours and GED testing or check website.) EDUCATION, COMMUNITY for Dispute (503) Resolution (Nationally recognized as one of the nation's finest training grounds in dispute resolution, the teaches law students a full range of dispute resolution skills, provide conferences to the general public and lawyers and professional dispute resolvers, and serves as a neutral party in a variety of projects with government entities, selected agencies and other organizations.) Child Development Chemeketa (503) College (The Child Development offers full or part-time care for approximately 40 children between the ages of two-and-a-half to six years old. This center serves as a laboratory for college students in the Early Childhood Education Degree at Chemeketa.) Grand Ronde Tribal Head Start Grand Ronde Education (503) (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties. Education focuses on learning programs for the community and tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. s for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size gymnasium and auditorium.) Grand Ronde Tribal Head Start Grand Ronde Education (Tribal Head Start (THS) program serving Polk and Yamhill counties. Education focuses on learning programs for the community and tribal members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. s for preschool, youth and adult education, including a full-size gymnasium and auditorium.) Keizer Elementary School Keizer (503) ( Learning ) EDUCATION, COMMUNITY COLLEGES Chemeketa College Chemeketa College Santiam Campus ABE/GED/HS C/ESL (503) s (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Schedules vary depending on the term.) Chemeketa College ABE/GED/HS C/ESL Winema School in (503) s (Classes are offered both during the day and in the evening. Classes are offered at the main campus in and also at the Dallas, McMinnville, Santiam, and Woodburn campuses.) (503) (Alternative High School for students within Chemeketa's service area. targets students who need to complete their secondary education and who need to earn high school diploma in the most direct manner possible.) 16 Healthcare Business Education, Inc.

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