• Welcome to the Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center’s

    Multilingual Community Resource Guide

    We hope you find this guide helpful in connecting with community resources in the Tigard-Tualatin area. If you need additional resource information, contact 211info by dialing 211, emailing help@211info.org, or texting your zip code to 898211.

    The Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center does not recommend any resource over another or guarantee the quality of the services provided by the organizations in this guide. 

    For your questions, comments and suggestions, we can be reached at (503) 603-1585.

    Please see the last page of this guide for contact information of Family Partnership Advocates working in our schools for help in connecting with community resources.

    To download this guide in Arabic, Chuukese, Marshallese, Spanish, and/or Vietnamese, please visit our website at www.ttsdschools.org/Page/122.

    Crisislines, Emergency Help & Support
    Quick Reference Guide

    For EMERGENCY assistance, dial

     911

    988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline  24/7

    988

    Alcohol & Drug Helpline 24/7

    800-923-4357 (24/7), Text: ‘RecoveryNow’ to 839863 M-F 2-6pm

    Crisis Line of Washington County 24/7

    (503) 291-9111

    Crisis Text Line 24/7

    Text: ‘HOME’ to 741741

    David Romprey Oregon Warmline
    Peer-Run Community Counseling

    1-800-698-2392
    All days 8am-12am (midnight) 

    Domestic Violence Crisis Line 24/7

    (503) 469-8620

    Hawthorn Center

    (503) 291-9111

    Military Helpline 24/7

    888-457-4838 (24/7), text: ‘MIL1’ to 839863 M-F, 2-6pm

    Oregon Child Abuse Hotline 24/7

    1-855-503-SAFE (7233)

    Oregon YouthLine 24/7

    877-968-8491, text: ‘TEEN2TEEN’ to 839863

    Parent Warmline 12pm-7pm

    1-833-732-2467, connect by email or live chat

    Poison Control

    800-222-1222

    Racial Equity Support Line 10am-7pm

    (503) 575-3764 

    Safe Oregon Tip Line 24/7

    Call or Text: 844-472-3367, report by email or online 

    Sexual Assault Resource Center 24/7

    (503) 640-5311

    Trevor Line for LGBTQ Youth 24/7

    1-866-488-7386, text: ‘START’ to 678678                                    

     

    Community Resources Overview

    Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center: Serves all families living within the boundaries of the Tigard-Tualatin School District. The center has moved from the campus of Tigard High School to the campus of Templeton Elementary School. Information & Referral: consult staff for up-to-date information on community resources in the area. Scholarships for children to participate in extracurricular activities as donations allow. Clothing for children ages 0-5; orders made through Northwest Children’s Outreach. Connection to furniture through Community Warehouse. Personal hygiene items for families experiencing houselessness. 9550 SW Murdock St., Tigard, OR 97224 (503) 603-1585. Web: www.ttsdschools.org, click on the link for “Family Resource Center”.

    211info: Helps people identify, navigate, and connect with local resources. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. To speak with a community information specialist about resources in your area dial 211, email: help@211info.org, text your zip code to 898211, download the free 211info mobile app, or visit the web at  www.211info.org to search for resources on the online database.

    Love INC Tigard-Tualatin-Sherwood: Helps families and individuals experiencing houselessness or who have low-incomes. Bus tickets, private rides, furniture, household goods, linens, hygiene supplies, over-the-counter medicines and supplies, food, clothing, haircuts, parenting classes, individual coaches for spiritual direction, employment assistance, and household budgeting. Assistance is provided through partnerships with churches throughout the area. Tuesday and Wednesday 9:30am-12:30pm. (503) 443-6888. At the time of printing, it also acting as the Washington County Essentials Hub for Tigard. Email: admin@loveinc-tts.org. Web: www.loveinc-tts.org. New location at Trinity Community Church, 10900 SW 121st Ave., Tigard, OR 97223.

    Safe Strong Oregon: Access support in local community, available in multiple languages, to help keep you and loved ones safe. COVID-19 safety, COVID-19 vaccines, mental and emotional health, and community resources. Web: www.safestrongoregon.org

    Tigard Self-Sufficiency/Multi-Service Center (Department of Human Services): Call for information about SNAP/food stamps, Oregon Health Plan (OHP-Application drop-off); Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); Employment-Related Day Care (ERDC) and other state programs. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 10777 SW Cascade Ave., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 670-9711. Web: www.oregon.gov/DHS. Families can sign up for OHP, SNAP, TANF and ERDC. Web: https://one.oregon.gov.

    2022 FEDERAL POVERTY GUIDELINES

    To be eligible for many programs, families must earn below a predetermined annual income. The income limit varies by program. The limit is usually described as a certain percentage of the Federal Poverty Guidelines based on gross annual income:

    Family

    Size

     

    100%

     

    150%

     

    185%

     

    200%

     

    250%

     

    300%

    1

    $13,590

    $20,385

    $25,142

    $27,180

    $33,975

    $40,770

    2

    $18,310

    $27,465

    $33,874

    $36,620

    $45,755

    $54,930

    3

    $23,030

    $34,545

    $42,606

    $46,060

    $57,575

    $69,090

    4

    $27,750

    $41,625

    $51,338

    $55,500

    $69,375

    $83,250

    5

    $32,470

    $48,705

    $60,070

    $64,940

    $81,175

    $97,410

    6

    $37,190

    $55,785

    $68,802

    $74,380

    $92,975

    $111,570

    7

    $41,910

    $62,865

    $77,534

    $83,820

    $104,775

    $125,730

    8

    $46,630

    $69,945

    $86,266

    $93,260

    $116,575

    $139,890

     

    To determine the federal poverty guideline for families with more than eight members,
    find the limit for eight persons at 100% ($46,630) and add $4,720 for each additional person.

    Culturally Specific Centers

    Africa House: Culturally and linguistically specific one stop center for African immigrants and refugees.
    709 NE 102nd Ave., Portland, OR 97220. (503) 802-0082. Web: https://irco.org/who-we-are/africa-house.html.

    Asian Health and Service Center: Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Asian Americans, including mental health services, health education, and case management, cancer resource center, family caregiver support, senior programs, reproductive health program, Oregon Health Plan and Marketplace application assistance, health navigation, and volunteer program. For Behavioral health support in English: (503) 772-5893, Mandarin: (503) 772-5895, Cantonese: (503) 772-5894, Korean: (503) 772-5896, and Vietnamese: (503) 772-5897. For Community programs in English: (503) 772-5888, Cantonese: (503) 772-5889, Mandarin: (503) 772-5890, Korean: (503) 772-5891, and Vietnamese: (503) 772-5892. Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Beaverton office: 3800 SW Cedar Hill Blvd. #196, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 772-5880. Web: www.ahscpdx.org.

    Centro Cultural: Provides multigenerational and culturally-specific services through K-12 STEAM education, workforce development, small business technical assistance, public engagement, civic advocacy, community health and wellness, transitional housing, and community-wide arts and cultural events. Monday-Friday 8:30am-6pm. 1110 N Adair St., Cornelius, OR 97113. (503) 359-0446. Web: www.centrocultural.org.

    Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO): Supports immigrants, refugees, and mainstream community members to become self-sufficient by providing more than 200+ culturally and linguistically specific programs. Services in Washington County include rental assistance, COVID 19 outreach/contact tracing/wraparound support, employment/training, domestic violence/sexual assault intervention and prevention, early learning/preschool, Language School, culturally specific community violence intervention, youth workforce development, and academic support programs. 10301 NE Glisan St., Portland, OR 97220. (503) 234-1541. Web: www.irco.org.  

    Ka ʻAha Lāhui O ʻOlekona Hawaiian Civic Club: Promotes native Hawaiian cultures and values within the community through events, programs, and resources. (503) 858-0830. Web: www.kalohcc.org.

    Latino Network: Latino-led education organization, grounded in culturally-specific practices, empowering the Latino community to participate meaningfully in the decisions that affect their lives and the lives of their families. In Washington County, services include: Juntos Aprendemos, a culturally specific, parent-child early learning program focused on family involvement with children 3-5 years of age; Equity and Inclusion Family Engagement Specialist supporting Latinx parents of high school age youth in TTSD; RAICES program for Latinx families who have a youth involved in the Juvenile Justice System, offering family navigation and mentoring, violence prevention, intervention, and healing; acceptance by referral only. (503) 283-6881. Email: info@latnet.org. Web: www.latnet.org.  

    Lutheran Community Services Northwest: Fees vary by service. Staff speak more than 45 languages. Mental health and immigration counseling, intensive case management, peer support services, and medication management for refugees and immigrants. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. (closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm). 3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. #288, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 924-2448. Web: www.lcsnw.org.office/beaverton.

    Pacific Islander and Asian Family Center: Culturally and linguistically specific one-stop community center focused on the diverse needs of Pacific Islanders and Asians. 8040 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, OR 97213.
    (503) 235-9396. Web: https://irco.org/who-we-are/asian-family-center.html.

    Racial Equity Support Line: A service led and staffed by people with lived experience of racism, offering support to those who are feeling the emotional impacts of racist violence and microaggressions, as well as the emotional impacts of immigration struggles and other cross-cultural issues. Monday-Friday 10am-7pm. (503) 575-3764.
    Web: www.linesforlife.org/equity.

    Slavic Oregon Social Services: Works with the Russian-speaking population. Services provided include support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, community orientation and cross-cultural education, English classes and tutoring, culturally-appropriate health education, information and referrals, assistance obtaining emergency dental services. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. 245 S Bancroft St., Suite B, Portland, OR 97239.
    (503) 777-3437. Email: ross@emoregon.org. Web: https://emoregon.org/ross.

    Abuse

    FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, CALL 911

    Washington County Non-Emergency Police: (503) 629-0111

    Child Abuse: Washington County 24-hour Reporting Hotline: 1-855-503-SAFE (7233).

    CARES Northwest: For children who have experienced physical or sexual abuse, neglect, and/or exposure to domestic violence. Medically-based assessment, treatment, and prevention of child abuse. Expenses can be covered by insurance, the Oregon Health Plan, or Crime Victims Compensation. Spanish-speaking staff available. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 2800 N. Vancouver Ave., Suite 201, Portland, OR 97227. Medical Building 1 across from Legacy Emanuel Medical Center (503) 276-9000. Web: www.caresnw.org.

    Domestic Violence Resource Center: Free counseling for child survivors of domestic violence, ages 5-18. Service available in English and Spanish. 735 SW 158th Ave., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97006. Office:
    (503) 640-5352. 24-Hour Crisis Line (503) 469-8620. Web: www.dvrc-or.org.                                       

    Early Learning Division of the Department of Education: In addition to the Child Abuse Hotline 1-855-503-7233, to check compliance and complaint history, and the criminal history registry, call this number to report possible child abuse that took place in a licensed childcare facility. Spanish and Russian-speaking staff is available. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 1-800-556-6616. Web: www.oregonearlylearning.com.

    Parents Anonymous of Oregon (Morrison Child and Family Services): Parent support groups available to anyone in a parenting role. Groups co-led by parents and a professional facilitator trained in evidence-based, child abuse prevention Parents Anonymous® model. Specialized parent support groups for men and women in recovery from substance abuse and who may have had involvement with the Department of Human Services Child Welfare. Parent Mentor Program: peer mentoring to parents impacted by addiction involved with the DHS-Child Welfare system. Email: contact.parentmentor@morrisonkids.org. (971) 221-5180

    Domestic Violence, Rape and Sexual Abuse

    Abuse Recovery Ministry and Services (ARMS): Free victim recovery groups for women who have been affected by domestic abuse. Domestic violence intervention groups for both men and women (fees apply), open to voluntary and court-ordered clients. Programs are taught from a biblical perspective but open to all. Mailing address: P.O. Box 663, Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 846-9284. Web: www.abuserecovery.org.

    Community Advocacy Program (Domestic Violence Resource Center): Free advocacy for survivors of domestic violence. Filing assistance for those in need of restraining orders, stalking protection orders, or elder/disabled abuse protective orders. Advocates are available to assist with general information, resource referrals, safety planning, case management. 735 SW 158th Ave., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97006. (503) 640-5352. 24-Hour Crisis Line: (503) 469-8620. Email: dvrc@dvrc-or.org. Web: www.dvrc-or.org.

    Domestic Violence Resource Center: Education, support, and empowerment for survivors of domestic violence. Provides free and bilingual services including protective order advocacy, professional counseling, confidential shelter, safety planning, resource referrals, and community training. 735 SW 158th Ave., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97006. Office: (503) 640-5352. 24-hour crisis line: (503) 469-8620. Web: www.dvrc-or.org.

    Family Justice Center of Washington County: Providing safety, healing, and hope for families impacted by violence and abuse. English and Spanish-speaking staff available (all other languages available upon request). No fees. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm. 735 SW 158th Ave., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97006. (503) 430-8300. Web: www.fjcwc.org.

    Call to Safety: Serves survivors of all genders and those who support them including family members, loved ones, and community partners. Offers a 24/7/365 crisis line, safety planning and emotional support, information and referrals for survivor services and emergency housing, local and long-distance danger-to-safety transportation assistance, follow up advocacy and case management, free and confidential support groups, medical advocacy for sexual assault survivors, interpretation services for crisis line callers, community outreach, and education. (503) 235-5333 or 1-888-235-5333. Web: www.calltosafety.org.

    Home Free (Volunteers of America Oregon): Domestic violence intervention program. Long-term transitional support and advocacy based in Multnomah County Court, DHS Child Welfare, Portland Police Bureau, and a health clinic. Advocates assist in placing families in selected motels or other temporary safe housing. Spanish-speaking staff available. Monday-Friday 8am-6pm. 3910 SE Stark St., Portland, OR 97214. Main Office: (503) 235-8655. Emergency hotline: (503) 771-5503. Web: www.voaor.org.

    Rose Haven: Day-shelter and community center for women, children and other marginalized genders offers clothing, hygiene items, nutritious meals, showers, laundry, mail service, wellness activities, a first aid clinic, and advocacy services (emotional support, limited financial assistance, and connection to community organizations). Annual back to school drive, coat drive, and holiday gift drive. Monday-Friday 9am-12pm, and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 1pm-3pm (Wednesday afternoons designated for families). 1740 NW Glisan St., Portland, OR 97209. (503) 248-6364. Web: www.rosehaven.org.

    Sexual Assault Resource Center: Advocacy services for people ages 14+ in multiple languages. In-person Crisis Response Advocates provide 24/7 direct support to those who recently experienced sexual violence. Ongoing and confidential emotional support, resources, referrals, criminal and civil case support, and safety planning in-person, by phone, or virtual through main offices located at 4900 SW Griffith Dr., Suite 135, Beaverton, OR 97005, or on-site at the Family Justice Center of Washington County. Office: (503) 626-9100. 24-hour support and crisis line: (503) 640-5311. Web: www.sarcoregon.org.

    Única: Domestic violence advocacy line in English and Spanish with interventions, housing, and legal supports. 24-hour crisis line: (503) 232-4448. Web: www.elprograma.org/unica.

    Emergency Shelters for Domestic Violence

    Bradley Angle: Emergency shelter, support, and healing for adults and children who are experiencing or have survived domestic violence. Programs include culturally specific support for LGBTQ+ and Black/African American survivors. Spanish-speaking staff and other language translation services available. 5432 N. Albina Ave., Portland, OR 97217. Office: (503) 232-1528. 24-hour crisis line: (503) 235-5333. Web: https://bradleyangle.org.

    Monika’s House (operated by the Domestic Violence Resource Center): Confidential emergency shelter for adults, children, and their pets escaping imminent physical danger. On-site services include advocacy, case management, and support groups. For the intake/screening process for shelter space, call the crisis line between 8am-12pm. Spanish-speaking staff available. 24-hour crisis line: (503) 469-8620. Web: www.dvrc-or.org.

    Raphael House of Portland: Emergency shelter for families and individuals fleeing domestic violence. Case management, support groups, and other programs are available for current and past shelter residents. Prevention education in middle and high schools, recovery mentor program, and a healthcare advocate. Spanish-speaking staff available. 24-hour hotline (503) 222-6222. General questions: (503) 222-6507. Web: www.raphaelhouse.com

    Clothing, Free

    Bethlehem House of Bread: Free store with adult clothing, some children’s clothing, and other items. Thursdays and Sundays 1pm-3pm. 9055 SW Locust St., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 639-3181. Email: bethlehemhouseofbread@gmail.com. Web: https://bethlehemhouseofbread.org.

    Caring Closet: Clothing for students in the Tigard-Tualatin School District. Families must be referred by their school’s Family Partnership Advocate and are seen by appointment only. Donations are welcome and currently only accepted at the shed at the Tigard Grange 8am-4:30pm seven days a week (hours subject to change). The Tigard Grange donation site is located at 13770 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223. In person clothing appointments are at the Caring Closet at 9550 SW Murdock St., Tigard, OR 97224, on the campus of Templeton Elementary School behind the Tigard Tualatin Training Center. (503) 603-1576. Web: www.ttsdschools.org/Page/7820.

    Divine Threads: By referral only. Makeovers, clothing, career skills training, and "Mending the Soul" groups offered for those who have suffered abuse. Free of charge. Women may contact the Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center (TTFRC) to request a referral, fill out an application, and TTFRC will email the form to hope@divinethreads.org. Located in Tualatin. (503) 97-HOPE-5. (503) 974-6735. Web: www.divinethreads.org.

    St. Francis Clothes Closet: Free food and clothing. Wednesday 9am-11am and 5pm-7pm and Thursday 9am-11am. St. Francis Old Hall, 15659 SW Oregon St., Sherwood, OR 97140 (behind little white church). (503) 625-7067. Web: www.stfrancissherwood.org.social-action-ministries.

    Clothing, Low-cost

    Goodwill: Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm. 13920 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223. Other nearby locations in Lake Oswego, Wilsonville and Beaverton. (503) 624-8570. Web: www.goodwill.org.

    Union Gospel Mission Family Thrift Store: Periodic sales throughout the week. Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm. 11611 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223 (across from Tigard Cinemas, behind the Teriyaki restaurant). (503) 639-6488. Web: https://ugmportland.org/thrift-store.

    Value Village Thrift Store: Monday-Sunday 10am-7pm. 12060 SW Main St., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 684-1982. Web: www.valuevillage.com.

    Furniture

    Community Warehouse: Gently used household goods and furniture. Appointments primarily made through partner agencies such as the Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center. Client vehicle needed to transport household goods and furniture. Access fee is $150. Some financial assistance is available. 8380 SW Nyberg St., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 347-2147. Web: www.communitywarehouse.org. Donate furniture to Community Warehouse to help local students, families and others. For donation guidelines, visit www.communitywarehouse.org/give-furniture.

       

    Showers & Laundry

    Just Compassion: The first Sunday of every month 11am-1pm, arrive before 12:30pm, maximum of two loads of laundry, and sandwiches at no cost. Unity Laundromat, 11945 SW Pacific Highway, Suite 123, Tigard, OR 97223 (behind the Dollar Tree). For showers, contact the Resource Center at (503) 624-4666 to schedule an appointment on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays. Web: justcompassionewc.com.

    Rolling Hills Community Church: “Wash and Worship” at no cost each Sunday from 8:30am-10:30am at their Community Life Center. Includes a hot breakfast, shower, and laundry for those in need. (Hot meal and laundry if needed also available on Mondays from 5pm-6:30pm with a shuttle leaving from the Tualatin-River Greenway Trailhead behind GolfTec at 4:30pm). 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 638-5900. Web: https://rollinghills.org.care/food-shelter-healthcare.   

    Sherwood YMCA: Showers available Monday-Friday from 1pm-3pm at no cost. Call to schedule an appointment if another time to shower is needed. 23000 SW Pacific Highway, Sherwood, OR 97140. (503) 625-9622. Email: sherwood@ymcacw.org. Web: www.ymcacw.org.locations/sherwood-regional-family-ymca.

    Tigard United Methodist Church: Showers and laundry at no cost available the first Sunday of the month from 1pm-4pm year-round. Showers on the fourth Sunday from 3pm-5pm April - October (no laundry). 9845 SW Walnut Pl., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 639-3181 or email: info@tigardumc.com. Web: www.tigardumc.com.

    Transportation

    Metropolitan Family Service: Ways to Work is a national program for qualified working parents and singles who are unable to get loans for car purchases, repairs, or refinancing. Eligibility: be employed at least 20 hours a week for three months continuously, have a valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license, and household income guidelines apply. (503) 232-0007 ext. 101 or 150. Email: info@mfs.email. Web: www.metfamily.org.  

    Ride Connection: Private, non-profit organization dedicated to linking individuals with accessible transportation, primarily serving people age 60 and older and people with disabilities. Services include information and referral for transportation options, travel training and support, door-to-door rides for any purpose, and community connector deviated-route service. Donation-based. Service center hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm. (503) 226-0700 or email: info@rideconnection.org. Web: www.rideconnection.org.

    Ride to Care: No fee. Available to those on OHP Health Share of Oregon with no other way to get to their medical, dental, mental health, or substance abuse appointment. Call at least two business days before the appointment during regular business hours (8am-5pm) to schedule trips. (503) 416-3955. Web: http://ridetocare.com.

    TriMet: Riders with qualifying incomes are eligible for half-price fares: $1.25 for 2.5 hours. Riders can get first month free when signing up for Trimet’s reduced fair based on income and will have access to unlimited rides on buses and trains anywhere Trimet goes for $28 a month. To apply, proof of eligibility and a valid photo ID are required. Scan of photo or PDF of qualifying document and photo ID may be uploaded to website or enrollment may be done in person at various locations including Worksource Portland Metro Tigard at 11950 SW Garden Pl., Suite 100, Tigard, OR 97223. 8am-5pm Monday-Friday. If approved, riders will receive a personalized photo ID Hop card. (503) 238-7433.
    Web: https://trimet.org/income/index.htm.

    Food Resources

    SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly Food Stamps): Food benefits for eligible, low-income individuals and families. Benefits are issued on an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card, also called an Oregon Trail Card. It can be used like a debit card to buy food anywhere EBT is accepted to purchase things like fresh fruits and vegetables; meat, poultry and fish; dairy products; breads and cereals, and more. Contact 211 for eligibility. There are several ways to apply for food benefits. Apply online at https://one.oregon.gov. Contact a local office: Tigard Self-Sufficiency Office at 10777 SW Cascade Ave., Tigard, OR 97223. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.
    (503) 670-9711. Apply online at https://one.oregon.gov or fill out an application form, then print it out and fax, mail or drop it off at a local Self-Sufficiency Office or email application to ssp.statewide​workshare@odhsoha.oregon.gov​. Emailed information may not be protected if a secure email process is not used. For help applying, contact 211info by dialing 211 or 1-866-698-6155, text your zip code to 898211, or send an email to help@211info.org.

    Food Boxes & Produce

    For updates and additional food pantries, visit the Food Finder website
     through the Oregon Food Bank: https://foodfinder.oregonfoodbank.org.

    Bethlehem House of Bread: Shopping-style food pantry. One visit per month. Sundays and Thursdays 1pm-3pm and Tuesdays 4pm-6pm. 9055 SW Locust St., Tigard, OR 97223 (across from Metzger Elementary School). (503) 639-3181. Email: bethlehemhouseofbread@gmail.com. Web: https://bethlehemhouseofbread.org

    Free Food Project: Open to any zip code. Large variety of foods donated from stores and organizations. Bring your own bags. Tigard Grange Hall, 13770 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223. Mondays 2pm-4:30pm, Thursdays 2pm-4:30pm, and Saturdays 10am-12pm. Web: www.facebook.com/freefoodprojectOregon.

    Good Neighbor Family Pantry: The pantry is located on a working farm. Visit the web for a required video before visiting the pantry. 21555 SW Hells Canyon Rd., Sherwood, OR 97140. (503) 554-0630. Web: www.goodneighborfamilypantry.org.

    King’s Kindness Food Pantry: Food boxes Thursdays from 12pm-3pm. 14460 SW 114th Ave., Tigard, OR 97224 (on the corner of Highway 99 and Bull Mountain Road in a house in the back parking lot of Christ the King Lutheran Church). (503) 684-8225. Web: https://cascadevineyard.org/food-pantry.

    Sherwood YMCA: Food boxes Wednesdays 10am-12:30pm (some non-food essentials are available as well). 23000 SW Pacific Highway, Sherwood, OR 97140. (503) 625-9622. Email: sherwood@ymcacw.org.
    Web: www.ymcacw.org/locations/sherwood-regional-family-ymca.

    St. Francis Food Pantry: Shopping style pantry. Seasonal produce is available from Hope Garden. Wednesdays 9am-11am and 5pm-7pm, and Thursdays 9am-11am. St. Francis Old Hall, 15659 SW Oregon St., Sherwood, OR 97140 (behind the little white church). (503) 625-7067. Web: www.stfrancissherwood.org/social-action-ministries.

    St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry: For zip codes 97223 or 97224. Two food boxes per month. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays 12pm-2:30pm, Wednesdays 1pm-3pm, Thursdays 4:30pm-6:30pm, and Saturdays 10am-12pm. St. Anthony Catholic Church, 9905 SW McKenzie St., Tigard, OR 97223 (across from the church on corner of SW McKenzie and SW Grant). (503) 684-8280. Web: www.satigard.org/st-vincent-de-paul.

    Tigard Community Friends Church: Food boxes available third Saturday of the month from 11am-1pm. 15800 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97224. (503) 620-7836. Email: office@tigardfriends.com. Web: www.tigardfriends.com.

    Tigard Covenant Church Food Ministry: Tuesdays 9am-12pm. Food to last 3-4 days. One visit per month. Spanish-speaking staff available. 11321 SW Naeve St., Tigard, OR 97224. (503) 639-3084. Email: TCC@tigardcovenant.com. Web: www.tigardcovenant.org.

    Trinity Community Church: Food Pantry is open for self-shopping on the third Saturday of each month 12pm-2pm. 10900 SW 121st Ave., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 590-5683 (church) or pantry coordinator (503) 686-3363. Web: https://trinitycommunityc.org.

    Tualatin Food Pantry: Tualatin, Durham, Lake Oswego, Wilsonville, and West Linn residents only. Bring proof of address. Approximately seven days of food provided twice per month. Mondays 11am-1pm and 4pm-7pm, Wednesdays 10am-1pm, Thursdays 4pm-6pm, and Fridays 10am-1pm. Usually hosts “Produce Harvest Share” the 4th Saturday of the month: produce to anyone with no address requirements. Must arrive at 9am. First-come, first-served. Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 783-0721. Web: www.schoolhousepantry.org.

    Willowbrook Food Pantry: Tuesdays 4pm-6pm, and Saturdays 9am-11am. 19200 SW Edy Rd., Sherwood, OR 97140. (503) 998-0545. Email: willowbrook@journeysherwood.org. Web: https://journeysherwood.org/willowbrook.

    Hot Meals

    Community Café (St. Anthony Community Center): Warm meals provided on Sundays, 5:30pm-6:30pm., including holidays. 9905 SW McKenzie St., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 639-4179.

    Faith Café: Hot meals Sundays and the last Thursday of the month. Doors open at 4:15pm, take-out meals also available. Bethel Congregational Church, 5150 SW Watson Ave., Beaverton, OR 97005. Saturday lunches: 11:30am-12:30pm. Email: faith.cafe.beaverton@gmail.com. Web: www.faithcafeor.org.

    Hope Diner: Open every Sunday 5pm-6pm. St. Francis Catholic Old Hall, 15659 SW Oregon St., Sherwood, OR 97140. Web: https://stfrancissherwood.org/social-action-ministries.  

    Hope’s Table: Meals every Monday evening 5pm-6:30pm. Located in the basement of the church at the Community Life Center. Transportation is available from the Tualatin River Greenway Trailhead behind GolfTec at 4:30pm. Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 638-5900. Web: https://rollinghills.org/care/food-shelter-healthcare.

    Just Compassion Resource Center: For houseless adults, a respite from the weather, a nutritious meal, access to restrooms, internet, phones, socialization, clothing, resource information, and other support services. Monday-Friday 10am-2pm. 12280 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 624-4666. Web: https://justcompassionewc.com.

    Tigard Covenant Church: Tuesday evenings from 6pm-7pm. 11321 SW Naeve St., Tigard, OR 97224. (503) 639-3084 or email: TCC@tigardcovenant.com. Web: https://justcompassionewc.com.

    Housing

    211info: Dial 211 or 1-866-698-6155, text your zip code to 898211, send an email to help@211info.org, download the 211info app, or search online at 211info.org.

    ​​Birth Certificates for Homeless/Houseless: Individuals who are homeless/houseless can contact an Oregon houseless service provider or organization participating in the program to get help ordering their Oregon birth certificate. Web: www.oregon.gov/oha.

    Craig’s List: Web with local home and apartment rental information. Be cautious of fraud and scams. When meeting a contact made on the Internet, always go with someone else for safety, and consider meeting in a public place. Web: www.craigslist.org.

    Community Action Energy Conservation: No-cost weatherization to income-qualified homeowners or renters. (503) 906-6550. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/housing-stability/conservation.html.

    Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH): Nonprofit housing developer with complexes in Tigard, Beaverton, and Portland. Serves individuals and families with low-incomes who live or work in Tigard, Tualatin, and SW Portland. Family-friendly, summer youth program, computer lab, and homework club. (503) 293-4038. For a list of properties with openings in the area, call (503) 223-6327. Email: info@cpahoregon.org.
    Web: www.cpahoregon.org.  

    Government Assistance: Low-Rent Public Housing, Section 8 and Project-Based Vouchers: www.washingtoncountyor.gov/housing/programs. Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm. (503) 846-4794. www.hud.gov. 

    Habitat for Humanity-Willamette West: Using volunteer labor, Habitat builds homes and sells them to income-qualifying families with an affordable mortgage. For those with living situations that are substandard, or for homes in need of unaffordable exterior or critical repairs, visit https://habitatwest.org to learn about homeownership program or call (503) 844-7606 ex. 103 or register at https://habitatwest.org/apply. Repair program (503) 844-7606 ex. 110.

    Iron Tribe Network: Peer support, housing, and family reunification services to individuals and families overcoming pressures and barriers while in the transition to leading a life that reflects their values. Call for housing requirements. Monday-Thursday 7am-4pm and Friday 7am-2pm. 17763 SE 82nd Dr., Suite A, Gladstone, OR 97027.
    (503) 344-6710. Email: info@IronTribeNetwork.org. Web: www.irontribenetwork.org.

    The Salvation Army - Veterans and Family Center: Transitional housing center providing a therapeutic environment for 50 veterans and their families daily. Through intensive case management and collaboration with the Veterans Administration, clients are provided with the tools necessary to become self-sufficient. No entry fees. 14825 SW Farmington Rd., Beaverton, OR 97007. (503) 239-1259. Web: https://veterans.salvationarmy.org

    Homebuyers/ Owners

    African American Alliance for Homeownership: Providing first-time homebuyer and foreclosure prevention services and supports homeowners seeking estate plans, resource navigation, home repairs, and energy efficiency upgrades. Monday-Friday 9am-6pm. 825 NE 20th Ave., Suite 225, Portland, OR 97232. (503) 595-3517. Email: info@aaah.org. Web: www.aaah.org.

    Community Action Energy Conservation: No-cost weatherization to income-qualified homeowners or renters. (503) 906-6550. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/housing-stability/conservation.html.

    Mortgage Payment Help: www.oregon.gov/ohcs/homeownership/pages/foreclosure-default-prevention.aspx.

    Rebuilding Together Washington County: Helps low-income homeowners in Washington County with home repairs at no cost. Most urgent repairs are done on an emergency basis and larger-scale non-emergencies have a waitlist. Resources are limited therefore not all qualified homeowners will receive assistance. 12550 SW 3rd St., Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 644-4544 or email: rtwc@togwc.org. Web: www.togwc.org.

    Youth Services (housing-related)

    Homeplate: For youth ages 12-24 experiencing housing instability or in need of extra support to achieve self-defined success. To-go meals and access to necessary resources like hygiene supplies and clothes closet. Call ahead to make appointments for showers and laundry. Spanish-speaking staff available. Monday-Friday 1pm-5pm at 12520 SW 3rd St., Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 320-8965. Email: outreach@homeplateyouth.org. Web: www.homeplateyouth.org/drop-in.

    Job Corps: Free career technical training and education for youth ages 16-24 to begin a career or advance in higher education. Students can earn nationally recognized certifications upon completion of their respective trades. Students may live in dorms or commute to campuses with gas money or bus pass provided and earn a bi-weekly stipend and access to basic medical, dental, and vision services, while enrolled. All education and living expenses are paid. Youth must be US citizen or legal resident who agree to abide by a zero-tolerance policy on drugs, alcohol, violence, and harassment. Income guidelines apply. Local office: 241 SW Edgeway Dr., Beaverton, OR 97006. (503) 526-2739. Web: www.jobcorps.gov.

    Safe Families for Children: A network of volunteer host families that provide parents with a respite home where they can safely place children in times of crisis. Parents are encouraged to maintain contact with their children during program participation, with the goal of being reunited as soon as possible. Host families are screened, trained, and serve without compensation. Year-long mentor program for mothers. For more information, or to see if Safe Families is the right fit for your situation, call (503) 906-1027 or email: info@safefamiliespdx.org. Web: www.safefamiliespdx.org.

    Safe Place: For youth ages 12-20. Must not be eligible for services from the Oregon Youth Authority. Food, clothing, showers, shelter, and case management. Short-term shelter for up to 21 days for minors and 30 days for adults. 454 SW Washington St., Hillsboro, OR 97123. 24-hour phone lines. There is a waiting list. Office (503) 542-2717. Intake and referrals: call office or (503) 542-2389. Web: www.boysandgirlsaid.org/shelterandhousing.

    Second Home (a program of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon): Volunteer home-providers offer room and board to students experiencing homelessness while they attend high school. All home-share arrangements are governed by rental agreements and house rules that the families and students negotiate together with the help of the Second Home staff and a volunteer mediator. Program services offered to students and hosts already living together in an informal arrangement who would like extra structure and support. (503) 221-1054 ext. 277. Web: https://emoregon.org/second-home.

    Transitional Living Program: For young adults ages 18-23 that are currently houseless or at risk of experiencing houselessness, must have some form of sustainable income (work, SSI, SSDI), can participate in weekly check-ins, and are able to live on their own. The program includes up to two years in an apartment in central Beaverton, help to advance in education and employment, financial assistance with health expenses, education, household, and personal items, skills for being self-sufficient, and building healthy relationships. Submit a request to participate in the program at www.boysandgirlsaid.org/shelterandhousing. (503) 913-9393.

    Youth Villages Intercept: An intensive in-home mental health and family support service for youth ages 4-17, specializing in working with children who have serious emotional and behavioral problems or who have experienced trauma, including abuse and/or neglect and who are at high risk of entry or re-entry into foster care by helping families retain children in their custody. Support from specialists to create intensive safety plans and access to 24/7 crisis line. Length of service is typically 6-7 months. Currently only accepting Medicaid/ OHP. (503) 675-2246. Web: www.youthvillages.org/services/intensive-in-home-treatment/intercept.      

    Youth Villages Lifeset: Specialists help former foster youth and other vulnerable youth ages 17-22 to identify their goals and guide them as they: strive to finish high school or earn a GED, apply for college and scholarships, find housing, learn money management skills, find and maintain employment, apply for medical insurance, seek physical and mental health services, and access community resources. Specialists meet with participants at least once a week in convenient locations. Typical participation is 6-12 months, based on individual needs. (503) 635-3416. Email: theoregonplacementdepartment@youthvillages.org. Web: www.youthvillages.org/about-us/locations/oregon.

    Rent & Utility Assistance

    Community Action Emergency Rent Assistance: Emergency rent assistance available to Washington County residents who meet ALL of the following criteria: have not received emergency rental assistance from Community Action in the past 6 months, have an eviction notice for nonpayment of rent in hand for the current month of application, and are below the 30% area median income ($31,950 for a family of four. Visit website for further details: https://caowash.org/find-help/housing-help.html). Calls to emergency rent line are answered on the 8th and 15th of every month unless the 8th or the 15th fall on the weekend then calls will be taken the following Monday. Calls will be answered on a first come first serve basis, starting at 9am until all available appointments are filled. When calling, be prepared to give full names, dates of birth, social security numbers for everyone in the household that have them, an estimated monthly gross income amount the household has received in the past 30 days, and landlord's contact information. (503) 615-0770. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/housing-stability/renter-support.html.

    Community Action Energy Conservation: No-cost weatherization to income-qualified homeowners or renters. Eligible clients receive a comprehensive energy audit. During this visit, diagnostic tests are performed by an Energy Auditor to determine potential cost-effective improvements. Once improvements are selected, licensed contractors perform the installations. Weatherization improvements can include: insulation, air/duct sealing, ventilation, and heating systems. Education provided on the following topics: energy saving, health and safety, and water conservation. (503) 906-6550. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/housing-stability/conservation.html.

    Community Action Utility Assistance: Must have income verification and identification for all adult household members, copy of utility bill, and dates of birth and social security numbers for all household members that have them. Shut-off notice not required. Visit website to fill out application. https://caowash.org/programs/utility-assistance/utility-assistance.html. Call with disconnection notice of five days or less. Monday-Friday 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm or request an appointment online. Assistance offered one time per year only. Call utility company to make payment arrangement as processing time to receive assistance is generally 6-7 weeks long. Interpretation services are available. For households with non-functioning heating or cooling equipment, with no other viable heating or cooling alternative in the home, contact Community Action Energy Conservation resource above. Tigard office: 11515 SW Durham Rd., Suite E8, Tigard, Oregon 97224. (503) 615-0771. Email: energy@caowash.org
    Web: https://caowash.org/programs/utility-assistance/utility-assistance.html.

    NW Natural Gas: Company will work with customers to construct a payment plan determined by the customer's need. Monday-Friday 7am-6pm. 250 SW Taylor St., Portland, OR 97204. Past-Due Bills/Credit Arrangements: (503) 226-4240. Web: www.nwnatural.com. Monthly discount up to 15% to 40% off bill for qualifying customers. Web: www.nwnatural.com/account/bill-discount-program.

    Portland General Electric: Customer service department can provide assistance to customers who are having difficulty paying their utility bills. Payment extensions can be processed online or through the automated phone system as long as the customer is eligible. Monthly discount of up to 25% off energy use for qualifying customers: https://portlandgeneral.com/income-qualified-bill-discount. Monday-Friday 7am-7pm. 121 SW Salmon St., Portland, OR 97204. (503) 228-6322. Email: customer.service@pgn.com. Web: www.portlandgeneral.com.   

    Society of St. Vincent de Paul Emergency Service Center: Provides food, rent, and utility assistance for Multnomah and Clackamas counties. Also provides assistance to Tualatin families in a specific area. 8101 SE Cornwell St., Portland, OR 97206. Monday-Friday, 9:30am-12pm and 1pm-3:30pm. (503) 235-8431 for food press 1, for rent press 2. Web: svdppdx.org

    St. Vincent de Paul (St. Anthony Catholic Church): Limited rent and utility assistance for residents of zip codes 97223 and 97224. 9905 SW McKenzie St., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 684-8280. Rental assistance email: svdp.rent@gmail.com. Utility assistance email: svdp.utilities@gmail.com. Water assistance (City of Tigard water only) email: svdptigardwater@gmail.com. Web: www.satigard.org/st-vincent-de-paul.

    Internet & Telephone Assistance

    Affordable Connectivity Program: Helps low-income households pay for broadband services and internet connected devices. Eligible households could receive up to a $30 per month discount on internet service, up to a $75 per month discount if household is on qualifying Tribal lands, a one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50), a low cost service plan that may be fully covered through the program. (877) 384-2575. Email: acpsupport@usac.org. Web: www.affordableconnectivity.gov.

    Oregon Lifeline: The maximum reduction on a phone bill is $15.25 per month and $19.25 on internet services per month or receive free cell phone and data service. The basic rate on a phone bill may be reduced for those who receive SNAP/food stamps, Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Federal Public Housing Assistance, Veterans or Survivors Pension Benefits or total household income is at or below 135% of Federal Poverty Guidelines (see page 1). 1-800-848-4442. Web: www.rspf.org.

    Free & Low-cost Cell Phone Options through Lifeline Services: 

    PCs for People: National nonprofit that offers high-speed 4G LTE internet service starting at $15 per month (or free with the Affordable Connectivity Program). Service plans are prepaid with no credit checks. Customers can purchase their hotspot device or modem by phone or online and receive the device and activate it within 5-10 business days. (651) 354-2552. Email: internet@pcsforpeople.com. Web: www.pcsforpeople.org.internet.

    Spectrum Internet Assistance: Eligible low-income households can receive discounted high-speed internet with no contract. This offer is not available to current internet subscribers. To qualify, one or more members of the household must currently receive assistance under one of the following programs: National School Lunch Program (either individually or school-wide), or Supplemental Security Income. Apply online. Applications are available for download in English and Spanish: www.spectrum.net/support/internet/spectrum-internet-assist.

    Telecommunication Devices Access Program: Loans specialized telephone equipment at no cost and with no income restrictions to eligible Oregonians who have at least one of the following impairments: hearing (moderate to severe, severe, or profound), vision, speech, mobility, or cognitive. (503) 373-7171. TTY: (503) 378-6962. Email: puc.rspf@state.or.us. Web: www.rspf.org.

    Tigard and Tualatin Public Libraries: Washington County library card holders may access Wi-Fi from library computers and from their own laptop computers. Tigard Public Library: Monday-Thursday 10am-8pm and Friday-Sunday 10am-6pm. 13500 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223 (503) 684-6537. Web: www.wccls.org/libraries/tigard. Tualatin Public Library: Monday-Thursday 10am-8pm and Friday-Sunday 10am-6pm. 18878 SW Martinazzi Ave., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 691-3074. Web: www.wccls.org/libraries/tualatin.

    T-Mobile Project 10Million: Offering free hotspots with 100GBs of mobile data each year for five years, plus access to at-cost laptops and tablets, to 10 million eligible k-12 students. Enrollment is open through August 30, 2024. Web: www.t-mobile.com/support/account/project-10million-direct-to-parent-guardian-eligibility#thirdheading.

    Xfinity Internet Essentials: Provides Internet service for $9.95/month and computers for $149.99. To qualify, families must qualify for programs like the National School Lunch Program (free and reduced meals), housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, WIC, or other programs and must not have been a Xfinity internet subscriber in the past 90 days. Call 1-855-846-8376 or for Spanish call 1-855-765-6995 to request an application. Web: www.internetessentials.com. 

    Shelters

    Community Connect: Coordinated entry system helping people experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of homelessness to find housing resources in Washington County. Assessment appointments are scheduled to determine the housing and service program that best support the needs of the household. (503) 640-3263.
    Email: communityconnect​@caowash.org. Web: www.washingtoncountyor.gov/housing/efforts-end-homelessness/community-connect.

    FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN ONLY: 

    Community Action Hillsboro Family Shelter: Emergency shelter for up to five weeks with case management services. 210 SE 12th Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123. To get on the waiting list, call (503) 640-3263. To stay on the waitlist call each Monday: Community Action Shelter waitlist (503)726-0812.

    Family Promise of Greater Washington County: Emergency shelter program with case management. Families live and sleep at a hotel or sleep at participating churches on a rotating schedule: one week at each church. Transportation to Day House at 7am for breakfast, showers, laundry, etc. Families are transported to a hosting church each evening at 5pm, are provided with dinner and sleep overnight in separate rooms. 5625 SW Erickson Ave., Beaverton, OR 97005. (971) 217-8949. Web: www.familypromisegwc.org/emergency-shelter.  

    Family Promise of Tualatin Valley: For houseless families living within the Tigard-Tualatin, Sherwood, and Lake Oswego school district boundaries. Shelter provides meals, intensive case management and housing navigation. Not a nightly emergency shelter. Families are pre-approved for entry into the program. Shelter is offered through a hotel shelter program. 20425 SW Stafford Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 427-2768. Web: www.familypromiseoftv.org.

    Good Neighbor Center: Family shelter for 6-8 weeks, three meals a day, childcare program, Rent Well classes, and case management. 11130 SW Greenburg Rd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 443-6084. Web: https://gncnw.org. To get on the waiting list, call (503) 640-3263.

    YOUTH: Safe Place: For youth ages 12-20. Must not be eligible for services from the Oregon Youth Authority. Food, clothing, showers, shelter, and case management. Short-term shelter for up to 30 days. 454 SE Washington St., Hillsboro, OR 97123. Office: (503) 542-2717. Intake and referrals: Call the office or (503) 542-2389. 24-hour phone lines. There is a waiting list. Web: www.boysandgirlsaid.org/shelterandhousing.

    SEVERE WEATHER SHELTERS: Severe Weather/Warming Centers (Washington County): For shelter openings, dial 211 or go to www.co.washington.or.us and search for “Severe Weather Shelters”. Open 24 hours during severe weather events. No one will be turned away. To help someone obtain transportation to a shelter location, call (503) 846-4722.

    ADULT & SAFE PARKING:

    Just Compassion Resource Center: Serving the needs of houseless adults. Monday-Friday from 10am-2pm. Overnight year-round shelter with a 20-bed capacity for houseless adults. 12280 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223. Web: https://justcompassionewc.com.  (503) 624-4666. Web: https://justcompassionewc.com.

    Open Door: Day services for houseless clients. Bathrooms with personal hygiene products, day room to stay out of the elements, phone, mail, employment, and housing services. Hot meals at 12pm. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Other agency services: Mortgage Foreclosure Intervention, Financial Education, Reverse Mortgage Counseling, and Homebuyer Education. 34420 SW TV Highway, Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 640-6689. Web: www.odhw.org/eng.

    Safe Parking Program: Providing a safe, legal space to park for people experiencing houselessness and living out of their vehicles. Just Compassion of East Washington County manages the program for the City of Beaverton. (503) 624-4666. Email: safeparkingbeaverton@gmail.com. Web: https://justcompassionewc.com/safe-parking-program.

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Call to Safety’s 24/7 Crisis Line: Call to Safety makes calls to all the local shelters at 9am to get a count of openings. Survivors may call the crisis line in order to check vacancies locally at
    (503) 235-5333.

    Activities for Young Children

    211info Child Care: Provides free child care referrals and other parenting and family resources. Dial 211, text the keyword “children” or “niños” to 898211, or email children@211info.org. Monday-Friday 7am-11pm; Saturday-Sunday 8am-8pm.

    Arts for All by the Regional Arts & Culture Council: Show your Oregon Trail Card and get tickets for $5 to many of Portland’s arts events such as music, theater, dance, and attractions. For a complete list of participating organizations, visit https://racc.org/artsforall.    

    Baby and Me Group: Groups meet virtually every week. All parents are welcome. Email Legacy Health Center at HavingABaby@LHS.ORG to find a "group" near you. Web: www.legacyhealth.org/Services-and-Resources/resources/classes-events.

    Home Depot Workshops: Offering free hands-on workshops for kids. For schedule and registration, visit: www.homedepot.com/workshops.

    Oaks Parks: Provides special preschool times for roller skating, rides, and play. 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland, OR 97202. (503) 233-5777. Web: www.oakspark.com.

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI): Explore the museum for only $2 the first Sunday of every month. Up to four $5 general admission tickets can be purchased by showing Oregon Train Card and ID at the front desk. Includes Science Playground for kids 6 and younger with infant area for children 0-24 months, and breast-feeding room. 1945 SE Water Ave., Portland, OR 97214. (503) 797-4000. Web: https://omsi.edu.

    Parenting Together Washington County: Search for resources available to parents in Washington County including parent education, child care resources, family-friendly activities, and web-based resources for parenting topics organized by child’s age. Web: https://parentingtogetherwc.org.

    PDX Parent: Offers “kids calendar” that connects families to fun activities and family-friendly events in Portland and surrounding areas. Web: https://pdxparent.com.

    SkyHawks: Tigard residents visit City of Tigard website for scholarship application: www.tigard-or.gov, call (503) 718-2697, or email recreation@tigard-or.gov. Web: www.skyhawks.com/kids-sports/multi-sport/oregon/tigard/97223.

    Soccer Shots: Tigard residents visit City of Tigard website for scholarship application: www.tigard-or.gov, call
    (503) 718-2697, or email recreation@tigard-or.gov. Web: www.soccershots.com.

    Tigard Indoor Play Park at Tigard United Methodist Church: Refer to website for up-to-date schedule. Fee $5 for a single child and $8 for up to 3 children. Punch Cards (10 visits): Individual child: $30, family: $50. Discounted passes available. 9845 SW Walnut Pl., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 639-3181. Web: www.tigardumc.com and www.facebook.com/TigardIndoorPlayPark.

    Tigard Public Library: Storytimes for babies, toddlers, and families. Use library cards to access books, movies, games, homework help, streaming video, eBooks, eAudio, and other tools online 24/7 at wccls.org. Monday-Thursday 10am-8pm and Friday-Sunday 10am-6pm. 13500 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 684-6537. Web: www.wccls.org/libraries/tigard.

    Tualatin Public Library: Storytimes for babies, toddlers, and families. Use library cards to access books, movies, games, homework help, streaming video, eBooks, eAudio, and other tools online 24/7 at wccls.org. Monday-Thursday 10am-8pm and Friday-Sunday 10am-6pm. 18878 SW Martinazzi Ave., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 691-3074. Web: www.wccls.org/libraries/tualatin.

    Vroom: Nationwide early learning initiative that helps parents of children 0-5 years old turn everyday activities into brain-building moments. Download the free smartphone app or visit www.vroom.org.

    Parenting Groups and Support

    National Parent Helpline: For emotional support from a trained advocate. Monday-Friday 10am-7pm. 1-855-427-2736. Web: www.nationalparenthelpline.org.

    Parents Anonymous of Oregon (Morrison Child and Family Services): Parent support groups for anyone in a parenting role. Groups co-led by parents and a professional facilitator trained in evidence-based, child abuse prevention Parents Anonymous® model. Specialized parent support groups for men and women in recovery from substance abuse and who may have had involvement with DHS-Child Welfare. Parent Mentor Program: peer mentoring to parents impacted by addiction involved with DHS-Child Welfare system. Email parentmentor.referrals@morrisonkids.org. Parents Anonymous of Oregon® Parent Helpline at (971) 221-5180

    Parenting Together Washington County: Search for resources available to parents in Washington County including parent education, child care resources, family-friendly activities, and web-based resources for parenting topics organized by child’s age. Web: https://parentingtogetherwc.org.

    Promotoras: Parenting classes, parenting skills support, and community resources for Latinx families in Washington County with children ages birth to 12 years old. (503) 887-9149

    Reach Out Oregon: A team of families and friends connecting with each other to build a supportive network for people raising children with complex needs. Monday-Friday 12pm-7pm. Parent Warmline: (833) 732-2467. Email: info@reachoutoregon.org. Web: www.reachoutoregon.org.  

    Rolling Hills Community Church: For updated information on parenting groups and support, visit the website: https://rollinghills.org/family. 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 638-5900.

    Disabilities/Special Education 

    Washington County Mental Health 24-hour Crisis Line: (503) 291-9111

    Disability Rights Oregon: Advocates for lasting change through information and referral, class-action litigation, direct client representation, including publishing Know Your Rights Guides, legislative advocacy, monitoring conditions inside institutions, public education, and outreach. By appointment only, no walk-ins. Monday-Friday 9am-11am and 1pm-4pm. 511 SW 10th Ave., Suite 200, Portland, OR 97205. (503) 243-2081. Web: www.droregon.org.

    Easterseals: Serves children and adults with disabilities, veterans, mature job seekers, and their families. Disability services, workforce development, and housing programs. 7300 SW Hunziker Rd., Suite 103, Portland, OR 97223. (503) 228-5108. Web: www.easterseals.com/oregon/connect-locally/easterseals-oregon.html.  

    FACT Oregon: Peer support, training, and resources for parents with children with disabilities. Supports families to navigate disability and special education, drawing on the lived experience of staff, many themselves parents of youth experiencing disability. (503) 786-6082, (541) 695-5416, or (888) 988-3228. Web: https://factoregon.org.

    Oregon Department of Human Services: Serves children and families with in-home intensive and family support, 24-hour services in foster care, or residential placement. Eligibility requirements apply. Access through Community Developmental Disabilities Programs: (503) 945-5811. 5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy #150, Hillsboro, OR 97124. (503) 846-3150. Web: www.oregon.gov/dhs/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/DD/Pages/county-programs.aspx.

    Zetosch Funds of the Oregon Community Foundation: Helps eligible Oregon children with special health needs succeed in school by purchasing educational equipment. Web: https://www.ohsu.edu/occyshn/zetosch-funds.

    Preschool, After-school, and Childcare

    Tigard-Tualatin School District Early Learning and Preschools: Tigard-Tualatin School District and its early learning partners collaborate to make access to the community's free preschool services as simple as possible. A family submits the ”Free Preschool Program Interest Form" and is contacted by the program that best meets their needs. For information about preschool, call your local elementary school or email preschoolinfo@ttsd.k12.or.us to request a free PreK program interest form. Web: https://www.ttsdschools.org/domain/5222.

    Club K After School Zone: Before and after school programs for children 5-12 years old from 7:30am to school start and from school dismissal to 5:30pm. Prices vary. Some scholarships available for low-income families, funding permitting. Summer camp programs available. Elementary schools served: Bridgeport, Byrom, Durham, and Mary Woodward. (503) 643-9059. Web: https://clubkafterschool.com.

    Community Action Child Care Resource & Referral: Provides training, advocacy, safety and technical assistance, consultation, and resources for child care providers. 1050 SW Baseline St., Suite C1, Hillsboro, OR 97123. (971) 223-6100. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/early-childhood-development/ccrr.

    Community Action Head Start: Provides a variety of pre-K learning programs for children ages 3-5 years old. Provides home-based services and Early Head Start programs for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years old. For families whose family income is within 130% of the current Federal Poverty Guidelines (see page 1). 1001 SW Baseline St., Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 693-3262. Web: https://caowash.org.programs/early-childhood-development/head-start.

    Early Intervention: Special services and supports to families with children birth to 5 years of age identified as having a developmental disability or experiencing developmental delays. Services enhance language, social, and physical development through play-based interventions and parent coaching. Local office: 19500 SW 90th Ct., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 614-1790. To be referred for a free screening or evaluation, call the intake and referral line at (503) 614-1446. Email: referral@nwresd.k12.or.us. Web: www.nwresd.org.

    Employment-Related Day Care (Tigard Self-Sufficiency): Call for information about childcare subsidies for working families with low incomes. Spanish-speaking staff available. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 10777 SW Cascade Ave., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 670-9711. Web: www.oregon.gov/dhs/assistance/child-care.

    IRCO's Kindergarten Transition program: Child and parent/caregiver program serving immigrants and refugees, with weekly classes offering 4-year-olds early literacy and kinder readiness, and supporting families with education and other services. (503) 453-5958. Web: https://irco.org/what-we-do/children.

    Latino Network Juntos Aprendemos: Child and parent/caregiver program serving Latinx families, equipping 3 to 5-year-old children with early literacy and kindergarten readiness. Enrollment: (541) 965-2644

    Parent-Child Preschools Organization: Referrals to cooperative preschools, in which parents participate in the operation of the preschool. (503) 293-6161. Web: www.parentchildpreschools.org.

    Preschool Promise: Serving children 3-4 years old. For families interested in preschool with incomes between 130% and 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (see page 1), inquiring about Preschool Promise slots, visit the website at www.parentchildpreschools.org.

    YMCA: Before and after-school at Alberta Rider, Deer Creek, Metzger, and Templeton. Summer programs at Alberta Rider and Deer Creek. Scholarships available through Open Door Program. Families who qualify for the program have access to child care, enrichment programs, swim lessons, and health and wellness services. Information about program can be found at www.ymcacw.org.open-door. (503) 327-0012. Email: Sherwood@ymca.org. Web: https://www.ymcacw.org/programs/after-school.

    Youth Sports, Activities, and Mentoring

    ALBION SC Portland: Scholarships available for recreational soccer programs and financial aid for competitive soccer programs. Fall and spring outdoor recreational soccer (kinder-12), fall and spring development soccer (U8-U10), and year-round competitive outdoor soccer (U8-U19).16285 SW 85th Ave. #401, Tigard, OR 97224. PO Box 230169, Tigard, OR 97281. (503) 877-3975. Email: info@albionscportland.org. Web: www.albionscportland.org. 

    Arts for All by the Regional Arts & Culture Council: Show your Oregon Trail Card and get tickets for $5 to many of Portland’s arts events such as music, theater, dance, and attractions. For a complete list of participating organizations, visit https://racc.org/artsforall.

    Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest: A one-to-one mentoring program serving children ages 6-18. Matches youth with adult mentors. Spanish-speaking support staff available. Monday-Friday 8:30am-7pm. 6443 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97221. (503) 249-4859. Web: https://itsbigtime.org.

    City of Tigard: Some scholarships available. For updated information about local activities, summer camps, events, and more visit: www.tigard-or.gov/recreation/index.php

    City of Tualatin: For updated information about local activities, summer camps, events, and more visit: www.tualatinoregon.gov/recreation/activity-guide.

    Faithful Friends: Community-based mentoring program that matches volunteer singles, couples, and families with children ages 6-9 for mentoring relationships. Participants in the program meet with mentor 3-4 times a month for at least one year. (971) 284-6185. Web: www.faithfulfriendspdx.org.

    PDX Parent: Provides kids calendar with many kid and family-friendly events as well as a summer camp guide for kids of all ages, after-school guide, and much more. Web: https://pdxparent.com.

    Scouts: Boys: (503) 226-3423. Web: https://cpcbsa.org. Girls: (503) 977-6800. Web: www.girlscoutsosw.org.

    SkyHawks: Tigard residents visit City of Tigard website for scholarship application: www.tigard-or.gov, call (503) 718-2697, or email recreation@tigard-or.gov. Web: www.skyhawks.com/kids-sports/multi-sport/oregon/tigard/97223.

    Soccer Shots: Tigard residents visit City of Tigard website for scholarship application: www.tigard-or.gov, call
    (503) 718-2697, or email recreation@tigard-or.gov. Web: www.soccershots.com.

    Tigard Little League: Some scholarships available. Serves children who reside in the elementary and middle school boundaries of Tigard. Pee Wee (co-ed) ages 4-7, baseball (boys) ages 7-13, softball (girls) ages 6-13. Web: www.tigardlittleleague.org.

    Tigard-Tualatin Aquatic District: Swim lessons and exercise classes. Discounted rates for Tigard-Tualatin School District students. Tigard Pool: 8680 SW Durham Rd., Tigard, OR 97224, (503) 431-5455, Tualatin Pool: 22380 SW Boones Ferry Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062, (503) 431-5655. Web: www.ttadpools.com.

    Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge: Home to many species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, fish, and plants. Free exhibits, trails, events, exploration, discovery packs, volunteer opportunities, and more. Refuge trails open daily. 19255 SW Pacific Highway, Sherwood, OR 97140. For visitor center hours, trail descriptions and program information, call (503) 625-5944. Web: www.fws.gov/refuge/tualatin-river.

    WCCLS Adventure Pass: Reserve pass online using library card for free admission to visit local attractions. WCCLS Adventure Pass is a partnership between Washington County Cooperative Library Services and other local organizations to offer free educational and cultural experiences. Web: www.wccls.org/adventurepass.

    YMCA: Variety of youth sports leagues, enrichment classes, swim lessons, and family activities. Scholarships through Open Door Program, www.ymcacw.org.open-door. 23000 SW Pacific Highway, Sherwood, OR 97140.
    (503) 625-9622. Email: sherwood@ymcacw.org. Web: www.ymcacw.org/locations/sherwood-regional-family-ymca.

    Health Coverage

    Financial Assistance Program: Financial assistance may be available to low-income families or families with special situations that make it difficult to pay for hospital care. In cases of financial need, this service may be available for hospital bills less than six months old. Access assistance through medical staff and/or by contacting the hospital billing office at the number listed on the hospital bill.

    Oregon Health Plan: Now open to more children and teens, as well people 19-25 or 55 and older regardless of immigration status. Free health coverage for Oregonians who meet income and other criteria, covering services like check-ups, tooth fillings, prescriptions, labs, x-rays, and hospital care. Apply to find out eligibility. To request an application, for free help applying from an OHP-certified community partner, for eligibility and coverage questions, or for general information: call 1-800-699-9075 or 711 (TTY). Apply online at https://one.oregon.gov or for more information, visit www.oregon.gov/oha/hsd/ohp/Pages/index.aspx. Client services: 1-800-273-0557.

    Private Insurance Marketplace: OregonHealthCare.gov or 855-268-3767 (toll-free).

    Medical Care

    FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES, CALL 911

    POISON CONTROL: 1-800-222-1222

    Borland Free Clinic: Free adult and child primary care for uninsured, underinsured, or those in the insurance gap. Call for an appointment. Leave a message for a call back within 48 hours. If there is a cancellation, walk-ins may be seen with a potential two plus hour wait. Mondays and Thursdays 3pm-7pm. (503) 974-8887. Located in the lower level of Rolling Hills Community Church (adjacent to the food pantry and Community Life Center), 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. Web: https://borlandclinic.org.

    Coalition of Community Health Clinics: A partnership of safety net providers. For a list of resources for those who are low-income or uninsured, call (503) 546-4991 or visit https://coalitionclinics.org.

    Compassion Clinics: No cost. Health clinics offering medical, dental, and other healthcare services. For a calendar of upcoming clinics and locations, visit: https://compassionconnect.com/compassion-clinics.

    Diabetes Testing Supplies: Wholesale diabetic testing supplies at a discounted price. Meters for $10 and 50 test strips for $15. Web: www.usmeddirect.com/collections/diabetes.

    Familias en Acción (Families in Action): Promotes holistic family well-being for Latino communities. Provides community health education, training for health professions, and patient navigation services including help for individuals with or without insurance, who have been diagnosed with cancer, diabetes, hypertension, kidney failure, HIV, substance abuse, any chronic disease, and/or other health conditions. A “Patient Navigator” facilitates access to doctors, pharmacies, and other health care services, assesses medications with patients, identifies barriers for improving health, offers advice, counseling, and support, provides classes and support groups for patients and their families and resource connection. (503) 201-9865. Web: www.familiasenaccion.org.

    Neighborhood Health Center: Accepts OHP, Medicaid, and private insurance plans. Provides services regardless of ability to pay, insurance status, or current state of wellness. To qualify for the sliding fee, bring last two pay stubs, previous year's tax return, or unemployment statement. Services include primary care, family medicine, dental care, youth services, pediatrics, preventive care, behavioral health, STD testing, reproductive health services, referrals, and vaccines. Spanish, Tagalog, and Farsi-speaking providers are available. Monday-Friday 7am-6pm. 10690 NE Cornell Rd., Suite 220, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Other locations are available. For an appointment, call
    (503) 848-5861
    . Web: www.nhcoregon.org 

    Planned Parenthood: Sliding scale. Accepts OHP and other insurance plans. Uninsured and low-income insured patients may qualify for state-funded programs. Birth control, pregnancy testing, annual exams, STD/HIV testing and treatment, abortions, and other services. 12220 SW 1st St. #200, Beaverton, OR 97005. Spanish-speaking staff available. Walk-in services are available. For hours and appointments: (888) 875-7820 or book an appointment online. Web: www.plannedparenthood.org.

    Project Access Now: Connects low-income, uninsured people with health insurance. Also helps with connection to donated care through referral. 650 NE Holladay St., Suite 1700, Portland, OR 97232 (by appointment only).
    (503) 345-6553. Email: info@projectaccessnow.org. Web: www.projectaccessnow.org.

    Salud Medical Center: Sliding scale. Serves children with or without insurance. Bring most recent tax return or pay stub for a discount. Spanish-speaking interpreters are on-site. Monday-Thursday 7:30am-7pm; Friday 7:30am-5pm; Saturday 8am-11:45pm and 12:45pm-5pm. 1175 Mt. Hood Ave., Woodburn, OR 97071. (503) 982-2000. Web: www.yvfwc.com/locations/salud-medical-center.

    Tigard High School Based Health Center (SBHC): For uninsured and insured students ages 2-21 in the Tigard-Tualatin School District. Schedule is by appointment, but generally there is some same day access for more urgent needs. Sliding scale for uninsured students. Diagnosis/treatment of minor illness, infection, and injury. Immunizations, lab tests, physical exam/sports physicals, and mental health assessment and referrals. Coordinated by Virginia Garcia. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 8am-12pm and 12:30pm-4:30pm. 9000 SW Durham Rd., Tigard, OR 97224. (503) 431-5775. Web: https://virginiagarcia.org/locations/tigard-high-school.

    Tualatin School Based Health Center at Tualatin High School with Neighborhood Health Center (SBHC): For uninsured and insured students in the Tigard-Tualatin School District. Walk-in urgent medical care and non-urgent care by appointment and sliding fee scale for uninsured students. Services include treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, wellness exams, sports physicals, immunizations, vision and blood pressure screenings, dental care, sexual health, and referrals. This clinic also serves siblings of Tigard-Tualatin school district students ages 0-19. 22300 SW Boones Ferry Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 941-3180. Web: www.nhcoregon.org/clinics/nhc-tualatin-school-based-health-center.

     

           

    Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center: Accepts OHP and most private insurance plans. Sliding scale; must bring proof of ID and most recent pay stub for a reduced fee. Primary health care for families with a special emphasis on migrant and seasonal farmworkers and others with barriers to receiving healthcare. Focus on prevention and health maintenance, including physicals, well-child exams, immunizations, and family planning. Spanish-speaking staff and many other languages available. Beaverton Clinic: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm except for the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, closed from 1pm-2pm. 2725 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., Suite 200, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 352-6000. Web: https://virginiagarcia.org.

    Wallace Medical Concern: For all ages. Accepts OHP and most private insurance (Moda, Pacific Source, Providence, Regence BC/BS, and Medicare Part B). For uninsured patients, fees are determined on a sliding scale. By appointment only. Services include primary care, well-child visits, women’s health exams, immunizations, and behavioral health. English, Spanish, and Ukrainian speaking staff. Interpretation for other languages by arrangement. Rockwood Medical Clinic: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 7:45am-6pm, Tuesday 8:45am-6pm, and Friday 7:45am-5pm. 18633 SE Stark St., Suite 401, Portland, OR 97233. (503) 489-1760. Web: https://mywallace.org.

    Dental Care

    Advantage Dental Clinic: Accepts OHP (based on Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) assignment), self-pay, private insurance and uninsured patients. Reduced fees and payment plans are available for qualifying patients. Language interpreters are available upon request. Hours of service with an appointment: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. 9900 SW Greenburg Rd., Suite 240, Tigard, OR 97224. (971) 762-3816. Web: www.advantagedental.com.

    Advantage Smiles for Kids: By professional referral only- removes the obstacle of crooked teeth by providing orthodontic treatment to under-served Oregon children. The child needs to be 11-17 years old, have a severe need for braces, is without financial resources for treatment, has good oral hygiene habits, and will be living in their current community for a minimum of 2 years. A professional referral from an adult other than a relative will be contacted to verify that the child is suffering from low self-esteem due to the look of their teeth. In addition to orthodontic treatment requirements, all recipients are required to have grades of a "C" or above and volunteer 4 hours per month in their community during the entire treatment time. (541) 233-7607. Email: Ask@asmileforkids.org.
    Web: https://asmileforkids.org.

    Coalition of Community Health Clinics: A coalition of nonprofit clinics, that provide a range of health and preventive services including dental referrals for low-income, uninsured, and under-served community members. (503) 546-4991. Web: www.coalitionclinics.org.

    Compassion Clinics: No cost. Health clinics offering medical, dental, and other healthcare services. For a calendar of upcoming clinics and locations, visit: https://compassionconnect.com/compassion-clinics.

    MODA Children’s Program: Children ages 5-18 without insurance may be referred to this program by a school representative. Services include preventative, diagnostic, relief of pain, and basic restorative services. The plan covers up to $800 to be used in a one-year period (no longer able to accommodate extensive treatment requests). Patients have zero responsibility or out-of-pocket costs for services covered. (503) 265-5627 or email: childrensprogram@modahealth.com. Web: www.modahealth.com/about/childrens.shtml.

    Neighborhood Health Center: Accepts OHP, Medicaid, and private insurance plans. Provides services regardless of ability to pay, insurance status, or current state of wellness. To qualify for the sliding fee, bring last two pay stubs, previous year’s tax return, or unemployment statement. Monday-Friday 7am-6pm. 10690 NE Cornell Rd., Suite 220, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Other locations available. Appointments: (503) 848-5861. Web: www.nhcoregon.org.

    Oregon Health and Science University Dental Clinics at the School of Dentistry: Accepts OHP+, Delta Dental, and Blue Cross Blue Shield plans. A reduced fee of 30-40%. Fees are set. General dentistry, pediatrics, orthodontics, periodontics, and root canals. Cases accepted on the basis of teaching value. Next-day urgent care for adults; $250 at the time of appointment, additional costs may occur depending on the treatment. Urgent care clinic treatment is for pain and is limited to one tooth or problem and does not offer wisdom tooth extractions. Call at 8am to schedule an appointment (not on the same day). No walk-ins; by appointment only. Monday-Friday 8am-4:45pm. 2730 SW Moody Ave., Portland, OR 97301. (503) 494-8867. Email: sodapptctr@ohsu.edu. Web: www.ohsu.edu/dentist.

    Pacific University Dental Hygiene Clinic: Normally accepts most insurance programs. Payment options can be discussed prior to treatment with a financial coordinator. Services limited to preventative and basic restorative care only such as x-rays, exams, and cleanings. No crowns, extractions, or dental emergencies. Spanish-speaking staff available. No walk-in services. Call for hours of operation. 222 SE 8th Ave., Suite 270, Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 352-7373. Web: www.pacificu.edu.

    Portland Community College Dental Clinic: Serves uninsured adults and children. Reduced fees: exams $5; cleanings for adults $25-$40, for children $20, and for seniors (62+) $15; simple fillings $10; sealants $5 per tooth; and X-rays $10-$25 each. No emergencies, extractions, crowns, bridges, dentures, root canals, or TMJ treatment. Cash, check, credit, and debit cards accepted. By appointment only. 12000 SW 49th Ave. HT206, Portland, OR 97219. (971) 722-4909. Web: www.pcc.edu/dental-clinic.

    Project Dental Health at Russell St. Dental Clinic (OHSU): No walk-ins and limited services for existing patients at the time of publishing due to pandemic. Normally provides routine dental care by appointment and walk-in urgent/emergency dental care for children and adults with OHP, Delta Dental, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Dental care for HIV patients. $155-$275 for exam and x-rays. Fee for uninsured patients based on income and dental procedure required. Full payment due on the day of service. Extractions, pain relief, and temporary fillings. The patient must arrive between 7:30am-2pm for urgent dental care. Five walk-in patients can be seen per day. Arrive at 7:30am to be added to the sign-up sheet. There will be a notification posted on the door if walk-in services are not available on a certain day. An alternate resource list is available. Interpretation services are available. Monday-Friday 8am-4:45pm. 214 N Russell St., Portland, OR 97227. (503) 494-6827.

    Salud Dental Center: Emergency dental care: must arrive by 7:30am. Accepts OHP, Advantage Dental, Capitol, ODS, private insurance, and the uninsured. Discount based on income: 25%, 50%, 75%, or 80% (must show income proof). Spanish-English interpreters are onsite. Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm. 1175 Mt. Hood Ave., Woodburn, OR 97071. (503) 982-2010.

    Smiles Change Lives: Orthodontic program helping families with the cost of braces for children. The average wait time in our area is over 3 years. Email: info@smileschangelives.org. Web: www.smileschangelives.org.

    Smile for a Lifetime: Orthodontic care to disadvantaged children and young adults who normally would not be able to afford treatment. No charge for the orthodontic treatment – participating orthodontists and orthodontic manufacturing companies provide free services, including the cost of one set of retainers. The only cost a family will incur is an initial $500 application fee to help cover the cost of the program. (719) 535-2777. Email: Info@SmileForALifetime.org. Web: www.smileforalifetime.org.

    Tualatin Food Pantry & Rolling Hills Community Church Mobile Dental Clinics: No cost to access mobile dental clinics for adults without dental insurance who are currently experiencing dental-related pain. Medical Teams International provides clinics on the first four Wednesdays of the month sponsored by the Tualatin Food Pantry and Rolling Hills Community Church. Services provided on a first come basis. Limited to routine fillings and extractions. Services begin at 9am and conclude no later than 2pm. Please arrive early as the van will leave early if there are no clients waiting. The van is 100% volunteer run and there are weeks that the van must cancel at the last minute due to lack of volunteers. Rolling Hills Church: 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 783-0721. Web: https://schoolhousepantry.org/index.php/availableresources/dental-clinics

    Virginia Garcia Dental Clinic: Provides comprehensive care for children and young adults under 21, pregnant women, and those assigned by insurance. Serves new patients with or without insurance on an emergency basis only, at least two patients per morning depending on dentist availability and priority dental needs. Must arrive by 7:30am with photo identification, insurance card, or proof of income. Payment in full at time of visit. Spanish-speaking staff. Monday-Friday 7am-6pm. 12600 SW Crescent St., Suite 190, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 718-3675. Web: https://virginiagarcia.org.

    Pregnancy

    All-Options: A confidential talk line for women and their loved ones regarding pregnancy, parenting, infertility, abortion, and adoption. Monday-Friday 7am-10pm and Saturday-Sunday 7am-3pm. 1-888-493-0092. Web: www.all-options.org.

    Community Action Help Me Grow: No fee. Services for families with children prenatal to 5 years old. Connection to prenatal care providers, assistance with Oregon Health Plan applications, and eligibility screening for in-home support. Intensive home visiting parent education and support services. English, Arabic, and Spanish-speaking staff. Intake hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm. (503) 726-0879. Email: helpmegrow@caowash.org. Web: https://caowash.org/programs/early-childhood-development/help-me-grow.html.

    Northwest Children’s Outreach: A faith-based, non-profit organization dedicated to helping families by providing used clothing, infant care products, diapers, formula, and other necessities. To request a layette or other items for children 0-5 years old, call TTFRC at (503) 603-1585 or (503) 603-1582. 

    Open Adoption and Family Services: All-options pregnancy counseling assisting people in making informed decisions about their pregnancy and accessing the resources they need for whichever decision they make: abortion, parenting, or adoption. If they decide to plan an adoption, they can choose, meet and create a relationship with adoptive parents similar to an extended family. Counselors are available via phone seven days a week from 7am to 10pm. Open adoptions include ongoing visits and lifelong services. 5200 S Macadam, Suite 250, Portland, OR 97239. Call (800) 772-1115, text “open” to (971) 226-0924, fill out the online contact form or email info@openadopt.org. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Web: www.openadopt.org.

    Oregon Impact Child Passenger Safety: Certified Child Passenger Safety technicians provide free safety seat clinics. See schedules and locations at https://oregonimpact.org/Child_Passenger_Safety. (503) 413-4005.

    Planned Parenthood: Sliding scale fees. Accepts OHP and other insurance plans. Uninsured and low-income insured patients may qualify for state-funded programs. Birth control, pregnancy testing, annual exams, STD/HIV testing and treatment, abortions, and other services. 12220 SW 1st St. #200, Beaverton, OR 97005. Spanish-speaking staff available. Walk-in services are available. Call for hours and appointments: (888) 875-7820. Web: www.plannedparenthood.org.

    Pregnancy Resource Center: No fee. Christian-based organization for women, teens, and families who are unprepared for pregnancy. Pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STI tests, peer counseling, parent counseling (including options counseling), community referrals, and maternity and baby clothing. Monday-Friday 10am-5pm. 4975 SW Watson Ave., Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 643-4503. Web: https://prcofportland.com.

    Saint Child: Serves young women, 18 and older, who are in need of support during their pregnancy. Residential care and comprehensive programming to prepare young women for parenting or adoption. Young women may enter the home at any time during their pregnancy and stay up to a year after giving birth. $150 monthly resident contribution, but no one is ever turned away for an inability to pay. Mailing address: 2850 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., PMB #55, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 648-4227. Web: www.saintchild.org.

    Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): No fee. Monthly supplemental food benefits, health care referrals, nutrition education, and breastfeeding support for low to moderate-income pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age five. Spanish-speaking staff available. To sign up for WIC, call, email, or complete an online interest form at https://forms.co.washington.or.us/form/wic-web-referral. Text “WCWIC” to 61222. Web: www.washingtoncountyor.gov/wic. For an in-person appointment, call (503) 846-3555 or email: wic@co.washington.or.us before visiting. 

    Prescriptions

    ArrayRx Discount Card Program: Can be used at over 65,000 pharmacies nationally and over 600 in Oregon to get discounts on all FDA-approved drugs. No enrollment fee. All Oregon residents are eligible and can save up to 80% on generic drugs and up to 20% off brand-name drugs. No paperwork required and no age or income limit. Enroll by phone or online: 1-800-913-4284. Web: https://arrayrxcard.com.

    Benefits Checkup (National Council on Aging): Confidential online tool that helps seniors 55 and over search for a variety of public and private benefits to help pay for health care, prescription drugs, food, housing, utility assistance, and other services they might be eligible for depending on their location. Call the helpline at 1-800-794-6559. Monday-Friday 6am-2pm. Web: www.benefitscheckup.org.

    Costco: Frequent low prices for prescription drugs. It is not necessary to be a member to use the pharmacy. Costco Member Prescription Program is available at no cost to members. Monday-Friday 10am-8:30pm, Saturday 9:30am-7pm, and Sunday 10am-6pm. 7850 SW Dartmouth Rd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 639-0722. Web: www.costco.com.

    Kroger Rx Savings Club at Fred Meyer: Prescription savings program offering low-cost access to brand and generic medications. Tigard: 11565 SW Pacific Highway. (503) 293-7085. Tualatin: 19200 SW Martinazzi Ave.    (503) 691-4233.

    Needymeds.org: web that provides information on options to receive assistance with the cost of medicine. Helpline: 1-800-503-6897. Web: www.needymeds.org.

    Partnership for Prescription Assistance: Helps uninsured and underinsured patients who struggle with affordable access to medicines connect to prescription assistance programs that offer medicines for free or nearly free. Services available in Spanish. 1-888-477-2669. Web: https://medicineassistancetool.org.

    Rx Outreach: No enrollment fee. Available to anyone with an income at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (see page 1). Non-profit mail-order pharmacy with 1,000+ medications for ongoing medical concerns and chronic illnesses, including cancer, asthma, diabetes, migraines, hypertension, high cholesterol, seizures, depression, and more. Ships 30 to 180-day supply of discount prescriptions. Enroll online. US citizenship is not required. Service in Spanish available. Monday-Friday 5am-3:30pm. 1-888-796-1234. Web: https://rxoutreach.org.

    Walgreens Prescription Savings Club: Annual membership fees ($20 for individual or $35 for family) for those with no prescription insurance or insurance that does not cover medications. Thousands of brand-name and generic medications. 13939 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 670-9812. Web: www.walgreens.com.

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    Vision and Hearing

    America’s Best: Frequent discounted prices for eye exams and glasses. 9225 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 598-8884. Web: www.americasbest.com.

    Cheap Glasses 123: For those who already have a prescription, order glasses online starting as low as $29. 1-855-598-2020. Web: www.cheapglasses123.com.

    InfantSEE: A public health program designed to ensure the early detection of eye conditions in babies. No cost regardless of family income or insurance availability. American Optometric Association member optometrists provide free, comprehensive infant eye assessments for babies 6-12 months old. 1-888-396-3937 or email: infantsee@aoa.org. Web: www.infantsee.org.

    LEAP Program: Exams and glasses for adults. To access this program, applicants must call the Lions in Service line at (971) 270-0203 or e-mail their contact information and request to lionsclubsreferrals@olshf.org. Web: https://olshf.org/lions-eyeglass-assistance-program-leap.

    LensCrafters “Gift of Sight” Program: Free exam and eyeglasses for low-income children and adults. Generally, six-month wait for an appointment. To access this program, you must be referred by a school or charitable organization. Contact the Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center for more information and a referral at (503) 603-1585. The closest Lenscrafters is located at Washington Square, 9730 Washington Square Rd., Tigard, OR 97223. Monday-Saturday 9:30am-9pm and Sunday 10am-7pm. (503) 620-4850.

    New Eyes for the Needy: Must apply online through a social service agency, such as TTFRC, or school nurse. Provides new eyeglass vouchers to those who cannot afford glasses. Does not pay for eye exams; the web has information on where to find free or low-cost exams. The applicant must have had an eye exam within the past year. Applicants must provide an overview of monthly income/expenditures and their prescription information. See the web for more information. 1-973-376-4903. Web: www.new-eyes.org.

    Oregon Foundation for Vision Awareness: A non-profit, charitable organization whose mission and goals are to provide education, scientific, and charitable services related to eye care to various segments of the general population and underprivileged individuals. The Foundation serves as a clearinghouse for future financial assistance programs, charitable contributions, and grant programs for low income and indigent care.To qualify, family income must be no more than 200% of the federal poverty level (see page 1). Must not have vision insurance. Most affiliated providers and assistance programs require a valid social security number for the parent or child. Email: ofva@oregonoptometry.org. The application is accessible in English and Spanish online at www.ofva.org.

    Oregon Health Plan: Covers glasses or contact lenses when clinically appropriate for children age 20 and younger as well as pregnant women age 21 and older on OHP Plus. Now open to more children and teens, as well people 19-25 or 55 and older regardless of immigration status. Free health coverage for Oregonians who meet income and other criteria, covering services like check-ups, tooth fillings, prescriptions, labs, x-rays, and hospital care. Apply to find out eligibility. To request an application, for free help applying from an OHP-certified community partner, for eligibility and coverage questions or for general information: call 1-800-699-9075 or 711 (TTY). Apply online at https://one.oregon.gov or for more information, visit www.oregon.gov/oha/healthplan. Client services: 1-800-273-0557.

    Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation/ KEX Kids Fund: Vouchers for eye exams, eyeglasses, and hearing aids for children and youth ages 0-21 (18-21 only if in school). Must earn no more than 200% of the federal poverty level (see page 1) and be uninsured or underinsured. Contact the Tigard-Tualatin Family Resource Center for more information and a voucher application at (503) 603-1585.

    Mental Health and Counseling 

    Washington County Mental Health 24-hour Crisis Line: (503) 291-9111

    Asian Health and Service Center: Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Asian Americans, including mental health services, health education, and case management, cancer resource center, family caregiver support, senior programs, reproductive health program, Oregon Health Plan and Marketplace application assistance, health navigation and volunteer program. For Behavioral health support in English: (503) 772-5893, Mandarin: (503) 772-5895, Cantonese: (503) 772-5894, Korean: (503) 772-5896, and Vietnamese: (503) 772-5897. Beaverton office: 3800 SW Cedar Hill Blvd. #196, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 772-5880. Web: www.ahscpdx.org.

    Balance Center for Children and Families: Bilingual (English/Spanish) mental health outpatient services. Accepts most insurance including OHP (CareOregon). Services include individual, play, and family therapy. 11740 SW Warner Ave., Tigard, Oregon 97223. (503) 596-2222. Web: https://balanceforfamilies.com.

    Care Coordination: In partnership with LifeWorks NW, the Tigard-Tualatin School District offers care coordination services to help students get connected with community mental health services. Talk to your student's School Counselor if you're interested in this support. 

    Counseling and Victims’ Services (Washington County): No fees. Individual, family, and couples counseling.  By appointment only. 160 SW Washington St. MS 57, Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 846-3020. Web: www.washingtoncountyor.gov/victim-services.

    Good Samaritan Ministries: Donation-based. Individual, marriage and family, children and adolescents, trauma recovery, spiritual development, and group therapy. Faith-based counseling available, but not required. Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm and Friday 9am-5pm. 7929 SW Cirrus Dr., Bldg. 23 (off Hall Blvd.), Beaverton, OR 97008.
    (503) 644-2339. Download a request for counseling form at www.goodsamaritanministries.org/counseling.

    Hawthorn Walk-In Center: No out-of-pocket cost; insurance may be billed. Urgent care services for mental health and substance use concerns. Confidential care from both professionals and peers for people of all ages who need rapid care but don’t require hospital-based help. Telehealth and phone services. Some appointments are available. Call ahead. Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Sunday 12pm-4pm. Located next to Hawthorn Farm MAX station. 5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy #100, Hillsboro, OR 97124. (503) 291-9111. Web: www.co.washington.or.us/hawthorn.

    Lewis and Clark College’s Community Counseling Center: Counseling for a variety of mental health needs provided by advanced therapist-trainees (under the supervision of faculty and licensed clinicians) for individual, couples, family, and addiction therapy. Initial intake $15, then $5-$75 sliding scale per session. Debit, credit card, or e-check accepted. 4445 SW Barbur Blvd., Portland, OR 97239. (503) 768-6320. Web: https://graduate.lclark.edu/clinics/community_counseling.

    LifeStance Health (formerly Western Psychological): Most insurance plans and OHP accepted. Discounted fee available. Individual, group, couples, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Medication evaluation and management available for clients who are active in therapy. Substance Use Disorder treatment available at the Beaverton location on Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. Psychological testing may be available. Autism program offered at Tualatin location. Monday-Friday; hours vary. Tigard Office: 7455 SW Beveland St., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 624-2600. Tualatin Office: 18765 SW Boones Ferry Rd., Suite 100, Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 612-1000. Western Conexiones: a team of mental health providers who offer multicultural counseling and trauma healing services. 3500 NE MLK Blvd., Suite 200, Portland, OR 97212. (503) 327-8205. Web: www.westernpsych.com.

    LifeWorks Northwest: In-person and virtual adult, child, and family mental health counseling, children and youth psychiatric day treatment, gambling addiction counseling, early childhood/parent-child intensive therapy, and other psychiatric services. OHP and many medical insurance plans are accepted. Spanish-speaking counselors are available. No outpatient therapy available at Tigard site. 8770 SW Scoffins St., Tigard, OR 97223. Intake line:
    (503) 645-9010. Email: intakereferrals@lifeworksnw.org. Web: www.lifeworksnw.org.

    Morrison Child and Family Services: Accepts OHP. Treatment provided for a variety of mental health issues, substance abuse, and prevention and education services. Spanish-speaking staff are available. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. 15455 NW Greenbrier Pkwy, Suite 200, Beaverton, OR 97006. To schedule an intake or make a referral:
    (503) 258-4381. Beaverton Office: (503) 258-4495. Web: www.morrisonkids.org.

    National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Support, education, and advocacy for those affected by mental illness. 18680 SW Shaw St., Aloha, OR 97007. (503) 356-6835. Web: www.washconami.org.

    Options Counseling and Family Services: Individual and group therapy for children adolescents, adults and families; parenting classes; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)- based group designed to help LGBTQ+ youth and young adults manage stress. (503) 352-3260. 8285 SW Nimbus Ave., Suite 148, Beaverton, OR 97008. Web: https://options.org.

    Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic: Counseling Services. Accepts OHP Health Share, OHP Care Oregon, and OHP Trillium for eligible patients. Sliding-scale option available. In-person appointments Monday-Thursday 9am-6pm and Friday 9am-5pm. Teleheath appointments Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm and Friday 9am-5pm. (503) 352-7333. 222 SE 8th Ave., Suite 212, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Web: www.pacificu.edu/about/community/healthcare-clinics/pacific-psychology-comprehensive-health-clinic.

    Rolling Hills Community Church: Offers a variety of support groups and classes for women, veterans, couples, singles, and parents; wholeness program; grief classes, DivorceCare, and more. (503) 638-5900. 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. Web: https://rollinghills.org/care.

    School-Based Health Centers at Tigard and Tualatin High Schools: Call for updates on counseling services for uninsured and insured students in the Tigard-Tualatin School District. Tigard High Campus: (503) 431-5775. 9000 SW Durham Rd., Tigard, OR 97224. Tualatin High Campus: (503) 941-3180. 22300 SW Boones Ferry Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062.

    Sequoia: A non-profit organization that provides an array of beheavioral health services to children, adults, and their families in Washington County. Accepts OHP and other insurance. Monday-Thursday 9am-7pm and Friday 9am-5pm. 4585 SW 185th, Aloha, OR  97078. (503) 591-9280. Web: http://sequoiamhs.org.

    STRIDE (Strengthening Tools for Recovery, Independence, Determination and Empowerment, Program of Lifeworks NW): Connects 14 to 25-year-olds to services that support well-being and independence. Services include peer support, case management, outreach, and engagement at no cost regardless of insurance. (503) 619-9007.

    TAY (Transition Age Youth, Program of Lifeworks NW): Mental health treatment and skill-building for transition-age youth at no cost regardless of insurance. (503) 619-9007.

    Youth Contact: A sliding scale is available for the uninsured. OHP accepted. Counseling services for children, youth, and families who are experiencing difficulties with emotional and behavioral issues and/or alcohol and drug abuse. Emphasis on serving the whole family. Spanish-speaking clinicians are available. Interpretation services for other languages. Monday 9am-5pm, Tuesday by appointment only, Wednesday 9am-5pm, and Thursday 12pm-5pm. Main office: 447 SE Baseline St., Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 640-4222. Web: www.youthcontact.org.

    YouthLine: 24-hour Help, Support and Crisis Line (Lines for Life): Phone calls, texts, and chats are answered by youth Peer Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers seven days a week from 4pm-10pm. Adult Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. YouthLine offers support and referrals to youth (10-24 years old) experiencing various crises. The topics discussed on the lines may include but are not limited to school stressors, COVID related challenges, relationship struggles (family/friend/romantic), addiction challenges, abuse, mental health struggles, houselessness, struggles with self-injury, and suicide. There is no problem too big or too small. 1-877-968-8491. Text: teen2teen to 839863. Web: https://oregonyouthline.org/

    Grief Counseling

    Dougy Center: Free. Peer grief support groups and resources for children, teens, young adults, and their families before and after a death. Groups and resources available in Spanish. Training available for professionals and organizations seeking to assist children who are grieving. 3909 SE 52nd Ave., Portland, OR 97206. Peer support groups also in Hillsboro and Canby. Call for appointments and intake: (503) 775-5683 or email: help@dougy.org. Web: www.dougy.org.

    IN THIS TOGETHER: Supporting children and families in grief. Professionally-facilitated support groups offered in the fall and winter for the whole family including children, teens, and adults who have experienced the death of someone close to them. Intake application required for support groups that take place in the Portland Metro area. (503) 228-2104. Email: inthistogether@oregonhospice.org. Web: https://oregonhospice.org/in-this-together

    Rolling Hills Community Church: Grief Release 5-week class for anyone who has suffered any type of loss: a loved one through death or divorce, a job, a relationship, reputation, self-esteem, health, identity, etc. $25 per session. Beyond Grief Release 5-week class happens consecutively after each Grief Release class. To learn more or to register, visit: https://rollinghills.org/care/grief. 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. (503) 638-5900.

    Washington County Court Provided Services 

    Anger Management and Domestic Abuse

    Allies in Change: Mental health services for adults with a variety of issues, including depression, stress, anxiety, and changes and transitions in life. Classes, groups, and counseling for men and women with anger management, abusive behavior, or domestic violence issues. Monday-Friday 9am-7pm. Evening classes, groups. Multiple locations, and sliding-scale fees available. Main office: 1675 SW Marlow Ave., Suite 110, Portland, OR 97225. Cedar Hills Office: (503) 297-7979. Web: www.alliesinchange.org.

    Cedar Counseling Center: Comprehensive and culturally specific assessment, rehabilitative and bilingual community support services including individual and family programs, forensics, re-entry, and others. No insurance plans accepted. Service available in Spanish. 5040 SW Griffith Dr., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97005.
    (503) 641-0963. Web: www.cedarcounseling.com.

    Washington County Court Provided Programs

    Anger Management: https://courtorderedclasses.com/angermanagement.html 

    Batterers Intervention: https://courtorderedclasses.com/batterersinterventionprogram.html

    Court Ordered Classes: https://courtorderedclasses.com/States/Oregon/Washington

    Diversion DEJ, Drug & Alcohol: https://courtorderedclasses.com/diversion.html

    Domestic Violence: https://courtorderedclasses.com/domesticviolence.html

    Family Violence: https://courtorderedclasses.com/familyviolence.html

    High Conflict Parenting: https://courtorderedclasses.com/high-conflictparenting.html

    Juvenile Teen Programs: https://courtorderedclasses.com/juvenilecourtprograms.html

    Kids’ Turn: An educational program offered through Youth Contact for Washington County families and children in the process of reorganization due to separation, divorce, or changes in custody or visitation. Children and their parents attend a series of four 90-minute workshops that meet once a week for four consecutive weeks. (503) 846-0665. Web: https://kidsturn.youthcontact.org/our-program.

    Drugs & Alcohol

    Washington County Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line: (503) 291-9111

    · Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 1-800-923-4357.

    Text ‘RecoveryNow’ to 839863, Monday-Friday 2pm-6pm. Spanish: 1-877-515-7848

    · Poison Control (overdose of drugs or alcohol): 1-800-222-1222

    CODA: Onsite and remote virtual care is available. Evidence-based alcohol, drug and mental health treatment and research. 11970 SW Greenburg Rd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 624-8304. Web: https://codainc.org.

    Hooper Detox Stabilization Center: Provides both inpatient and outpatient withdrawal management and stabilization services for people seeking treatment for substance use disorders. 1535 N Williams Ave., Portland, OR 97227. (503) 238-2067. Web: https://centralcityconcern.org/recovery-location/hooper-detoxification-stabilization-center.

    Hawthorn Walk-In Center: No out-of-pocket cost; insurance may be billed. Urgent care services for mental health and addictions care. Confidential care from both professionals and peers for people of all ages who need rapid care but do not require hospital-based help. Telehealth and phone services. Some appointments are available. Call ahead. Open seven days a week, 9am-8:30pm. Located next to Hawthorn Farm MAX station. 5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy #100, Hillsboro, OR 97124. (503) 846-4555. Web: www.washingtoncountyor.gov/behavioral-health/hawthorn-walk-center.

    Puentes/Esperanza Juvenil: Works with Latino adults to provide linguistically appropriate mental health and substance use disorder services. Also works with Latino youth (ages 14-21) who are struggling with alcohol and/or substance use disorders or are susceptible to gang involvement. A bilingual team provides addiction treatment, individual and family counseling, in-home family support, and education. 12672 SE Stark St., Portland, OR 97233. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. (503) 546-9975. Web: https://centralcityconcern.org/recovery-location/puentes.

    Rolling Hills Community Church Celebrate Recovery: Faith-based 12-step recovery program for people struggling with addictions of all kinds (alcohol, sex, drugs, food), as well as issues like codependency, abuse history, anger, etc. Meets every Wednesday 6:30pm-8:30pm at Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062, with dinner (optional donation) at 5:30pm (503) 638-5900. Web: https://tualatincr.org.

    Transcending Hope: Provides affordable and structured clean and sober housing for addicted persons seeking recovery through a mentor-based program. 347A 1st Ave., Hillsboro, OR 97123. (503) 757-2550. Web: https://transcending-hope.com.

    YouthLine: 24-hour Help, Support and Crisis Line (Lines for Life): Phone calls, texts, and chats are answered by youth Peer Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers seven days a week from 4pm-10pm. Adult Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. YouthLine offers support and referrals to youth (10-24 years old) experiencing various crises. The topics discussed on the lines may include but are not limited to school stressors, COVID related challenges, relationship struggles (family/friend/romantic), addiction challenges, abuse, mental health struggles, houselessness, struggles with self-injury, and suicide. There is no problem too big or too small. (877) 968-8491. Text: “teen2teen” to 839863. Web: https://oregonyouthline.org.

    Self-Help Groups

    AA (Alcoholics Anonymous): (503) 223-8569

    For assistance in Spanish: (503) 848-0102.

    National: www.aa.org. Local: www.pdxaa.com.

    Al-Anon Family Groups & Alateen: (503) 292-1333

    For assistance in Spanish: (503) 916-9913

    National: www.al-anon.org. Local: www.al-anonportlandoregon.org.

    NA (Narcotics Anonymous): (503) 345-9839

    National: www.na.org.  Local: www.portlandna.com.  
    In Spanish: “Rompiendo la Cadena” (“Breaking the Chain”) support group. Call for dates, times and location.

    Suicide Prevention

    Washington County Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line: (503) 291-9111

    Also see: COUNSELING (pages 25-27)

    988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. Specialized services are also available for veterans, deaf and hard of hearing, non-English speakers, and disaster distress. Call 988 or chat at https://988lifeline.org.

    Boys Town National Hotline: Provides teens and families with short-term crisis intervention, counseling, and referrals to local community resources. Counsels on suicide, depression, school, abuse, anger, chemical dependency, runaways, parenting, relationship problems, and other issues. Spanish-speaking counselors available and interpretation services for other languages available. Operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
    1-800-448-3000. Text “VOICE” to 20121. Web: www.boystown.org.hotline.

    Hawthorn Walk-In Center: No out-of-pocket cost; insurance may be billed. Urgent care services for mental health and substance use concerns. Confidential care from both professionals and peers for people of all ages who need rapid care but don’t require hospital-based help. Telehealth and phone services. Some appointments are available. Call ahead. Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Sunday 12pm-4pm. Located next to Hawthorn Farm MAX station. 5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy #100, Hillsboro, OR 97124. (503) 291-9111. Web: www.co.washington.or.us/hawthorn.

    ImAlive Crisis Chatline: 24/7, worldwide. Chat with a trained volunteer about a crisis, suicide ideation, mental health, and more. All ages welcome. Web: www.imalive.org.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Connects callers to a skilled, trained counselor at a local crisis center, anytime 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255). For Veteran’s Crisis Line, press 1. Web: www.veteranscrisisline.net. Spanish: 1-888-628-9454. TTY: 1-800-799-4889. Web: https://988lifeline.org.

    Suicide Bereavement Support: Meeting both online and in person. Support groups for people bereaved by the suicide of a friend, spouse, parent, child, co-worker, sibling, or other. Monthly or bimonthly support meetings held in locations including Hillsboro, Milwaukie, Bend, Salem, and NE and SW Portland. Check the web for dates, locations and contact people. (503) 200-0382. Web: www.sbsnw.org.

    YouthLine: 24-hour Help, Support and Crisis Line (Lines for Life): Phone calls, texts, and chats are answered by youth Peer Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers seven days a week from 4pm-10pm. Adult Crisis Intervention Specialist volunteers are available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. YouthLine offers support and referrals to youth (10-24 years old) experiencing various crises. The topics discussed on the lines may include but are not limited to school stressors, COVID related challenges, relationship struggles (family/friend/romantic), addiction challenges, abuse, mental health struggles, houselessness, struggles with self-injury, and suicide. There is no problem too big or too small. (877) 968-8491. Text: teen2teen to 839863. Web: www.oregonyouthline.org

    Adult Education   

    Computer Classes at the Tigard Public Library: Free one-on-one technology and job search help. Classes normally take place in the Technology Room on the 2nd floor. Call or visit the website to schedule online at www.tigard-or.gov/library. Select “programs and events” and then “adults.” 13500 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 718-2517.

    English Classes at Portland Community College: Students must take a placement test, make an appointment to see the ESOL advisor, and attend a program orientation before registering for classes and should plan to take the test one quarter before they wish to enroll. Fees range from around $36.90 per class (beginning) to around $187 per credit (advanced). Some class fees can be waived for students participating in certain programs. 12000 SW 49th Ave., Portland, OR 97219. (971) 722-4463. Video instructions in multiple languages at www.pcc.edu/esol.

    GED CLASSES at Portland Community College: Adult Basic Education classes for anyone 16 and older to prepare for the GED exam. Focus on improvement of basic skills in reading, writing, and math, Costs range $38 - $138 per term. Daytime and evening classes are available at all PCC campuses. Sylvania Campus: (971) 722-4468. Web: www.pcc.edu/ged. For information about the Spanish GED program, call (971) 722-6219 or visit www.pcc.edu/ged/spanish.

    Mission Citizen: Free citizenship classes in the Portland metro area including the Tualatin and Beaverton Libraries. Students who attend all eight classes are eligible to receive $275 scholarships from Mission Citizen. Scholarships help pay for part of the $725 naturalization fee. For an updated schedule of classes, visit: www.missioncitizen.org.

    Rolling Hills Community Church: Offers a variety of support groups and services for job training and life transitions (Divine Threads, First Image, Prison Fellowship, etc.). Web: https://rollinghills.org/care/job-training-life-transition.

    Tigard United Methodist Church: English Language Learner Classes in Tigard. In person English conversation classes. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am-12pm. 9845 Walnut Place, Tigard, 97223. Drop-in program. Free class and free child care. Practice conversation in small groups with volunteer tutors. All levels, beginners to advanced English speakers. Text (503) 804-0916 for more information. Classes on Zoom will continue on Mondays 10:30am-11:30am and Thursdays 7pm-8pm. Register online at tiella.org, or in class.

    Employment and Career Services

    Goodwill Job Connection: Free job search, resume creation, and referral program for jobs throughout the community, specializing in providing opportunities for those with barriers to employment. 13920 SW Pacific Highway, Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 624-8570

    Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Develops employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Programs are custom-designed for each individual. 8880 SW Nimbus Ave., Suite D, Beaverton, OR 97008. (503) 277-2500. Web: www.oregon.gov/DHS/employment/vr.

    Portland ESL Network: Web to search for English classes in the Portland metro area. Web: www.portlandesl.com.

    WorkSource Portland/Metro-Tualatin (Employment Department): Career advising/counseling, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing skills, iMatchskills system, Job Corps information, computer system tutorials, job fairs, job search assistance, resource room, and veteran services. Access to the Internet, phones, fax, and copy machines. Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm. 11950 SW Garden Pl., Suite 100, Tigard, OR 97223. (503) 280-6046. Web: www.worksourceoregon.org.

    Legal Assistance

    Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services: $50 consultation fee. Fees for immigration matters vary by service needed. Professional legal representation, advice, and advocacy for low-income immigrants to protect and advance rights. Focus on family reunification and assistance to the most vulnerable immigrants, including victims of crimes such as domestic violence and human trafficking. Public education, training, and community outreach to inform immigrants about their rights and options for immigration relief. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm. Services in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. 2740 SE Powell Blvd. #2 (Floor 3), Portland, OR 97202. (503) 542-2855. Email: ils-intakes@ccoregon.org. Web: www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org.

    Child Support: For information about child support issues, contact Legal Aid (503) 640-4115. You can find information on https://oregonlawhelp.org. For forms and answers to frequently asked questions, visit the Department of Justice at: www.doj.state.or.us/child-support. Email: ChildSupportCustomerService@doj.state.or.us. (800) 850-0228, or visit Oregon Judicial Branch at: www.courts.oregon.gov/programs/family/children.

    Colectiva Legal del Pueblo: Provides a variety of direct legal services to fight deportations and keep families together including, but not limited to, free and low-cost legal representation. 13838 1st Ave S., Burien, WA 98168. (206) 931-1514. Email: info@colectivalegal.org. Web: https://colectivalegal.org.

    Community Advocacy Program (Domestic Violence Resource Center): Free advocacy for survivors of domestic violence. Filling assistance for those in need of restraining orders, stalking protection orders, or elder/disabled abuse protective orders. Advocates are available to assist with general information, resource referrals, safety planning, case management. 735 SW 158th Ave., Suite 100, Beaverton, OR 97006. (503) 640-5352. 24-Hour Crisis Line: (503) 469-8620. Email: dvrc@dvrc-or.org. Web: www.dvrc-or.org.

    Community Alliance of Tenants: Informational workshops and resources for tenants. No legal advice given. Spanish and Vietnamese speaking staff are available. Renters’ Rights Hotline: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 1pm-5pm, and Tuesday 6pm-8pm. (503) 288-0130. Web: www.oregoncat.org.

    Fair Housing Council of Oregon: Works to end illegal housing discrimination and promote equal access to housing choice through education and enforcement of fair housing laws. Hotline:  Fridays 9am-12pm. Tenants:
    (800) 424-3247 ext. 2. Spanish Speakers: (800) 424-3247 ext 6. Email: inquiries@fhco.org. Web: www.fhco.org.

    Immigration Counseling Services: A non-profit immigration law firm. Open Tuesday-Thursday 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm. Fridays available to take phone calls and respond to emails. (503) 221-1689. The first step to becoming a client is to fill out a Consultation Request Form which can be downloaded from: www.ics-law.org, or picked up at: 519 SW Park Ave., Suite 610, Portland, OR 97205. 

    Legal Aid Services of Oregon Farmworker Program: No fee. Confidential services to agricultural workers in the State of Oregon with regards to civil legal services. No criminal or personal injury cases. Monday-Friday 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm. Spanish-speaking staff available. 230 NE Second Ave., Suite F, Hillsboro, OR 97124. (503) 214-1384. Web: www.oregonlawhelp.org.

    Lutheran Community Immigration Counseling and Advocacy Program: Fees vary by service. Low-cost immigration counseling for refugees and immigrants. Services available in various languages. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm (closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm). 3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd., #288, Beaverton, OR 97005. (503) 924-2448. Web: www.lcsnw.org/office/beaverton.

    Modest Means Program: Eligibility based upon type of legal matter, applicant income and assets, and availability of participating attorneys. Only available for family law, criminal defense and landlord/ tenant matters at the trial court level, not including appeals. $35 for the first in-office consultation and then $60, $80 or $100 per hour thereafter, depending on income and assets. (503) 684-3763. Web: www.osbar.org/public/ris.

    Oregon Law Center, Hillsboro Regional Office (HRO): No walk-ins, call for appointment. Assistance with civil legal services. No criminal or personal injury cases. Spanish-speaking staff available. 230 NE 2nd Ave., Suite F, Hillsboro, OR 97124. General Intake Line: (503) 640-4115 or (877) 296-4076. Eviction Defense Project
    (888) 585-9638. Web: https://oregonlawhelp.org.

    Problem Solvers: Oregon lawyers volunteer to offer free legal information and advice to children. Any young person between the ages of 11 and 17 can call to request a referral to this program. Volunteer attorneys agree to provide a free 30-minute consultation. (800) 452-7636. Web: www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/youth.html.

    Safe Oregon: Oregon State Police provides a way for students, staff or other members of the public to anonymously report and share confidential information of a threat or a potential threat to student safety. Trained staff are available 24/7/365 through a phone call, text message, mobile application or web. Tips can be submitted through the web: safeoregon.com, email: tip@safeoregon.com, SafeOregon mobile application, or by calling or texting (844) 472-3367. Tips are promptly analyzed and routed for the most appropriate follow up. This may be to school officials, law enforcement, community mental health programs, or other appropriate local or state agencies. Web: https://www.safeoregon.com/resources/parent-resources.

     “SafeOregon gives kids, parents, schools and their communities a way to report safety threats or potential acts of violence. Together, we’ll empower people to speak out and spark change.”

     

     

     

     
    Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees: Provides culturally competent, immigration-related legal representation and education to low-income refugees and immigrants in and around the Portland metro area. Legal services include applications for U.S. Citizenship, asylum, deportation defense, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewals, employment authorization, family-based visas, Lawful Permanent Residency, temporary protected status, U visa, and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). $50 per client for an initial consultation by appointment. Monday-Thursday 9am-12pm and 1pm- 4pm. 7931 NE Halsey St., Suite 310, Portland, OR 97213. (503) 384-2482. Email: soarlegal@emoregon.org. Web: https://emoregon.org/soar-legal.

    St. Andrew Legal Clinic: Serves low-income families with family law needs such as adoption, custody, divorce, child support, guardianship, restraining orders, and spousal support. Initial consultation over the phone. Fee is $50 (cash only) for the consultation which lasts 30-40 minutes. Future fees will be assessed based on case details and income. The lowest sliding scale rate is $50 per hour. Services available in Spanish. Legal representation and advice for family law. Monday-Friday 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm. 232 NE Lincoln St., Suite H, HIllsboro, OR 97124. (503) 648-1600. Web: www.salcgroup.org.

    Tenant Hotline: No longer active. Call Oregon Law Center for advice: (503) 640-4115.

    Senior Services

    Benefits Checkup (National Council on Aging): No fee. Helps seniors 55 and over search for a variety of public and private benefits to help pay for health care, prescription drugs, food, housing, utility assistance, and other services. Web: https://benefitscheckup.org.

    Juanita Pohl Center (Tualatin’s Active Aging Center): Activities, programs, and classes that encourage active older adults to stay active and healthy. Adults of all ages can socialize and meet new friends, improve their health and wellness through a range of movement and exercise classes, participate in learning opportunities, enjoy nutritious lunchtime meals, cultivate interests in the arts and humanities, contribute through volunteer activities, and pursue adventurous outings on local day trips. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 8513 SW Tualatin Rd., Tualatin, OR 97062. For recreation program information call (503) 691-3061. Meals on Wheels People: Meals continue to be delivered only out of Tigard - no pick-up and no congregate meal service at the Pohl Center until further notice. For more information or to register to receive Meals on Wheels, visit www.mowp.org or call (503) 736-6325. Web: www.tualatinoregon.gov/recreation/juanita-pohl-center-0.

    Oregon Senior Farm Direct Nutrition Program (Oregon Health Authority): No fee. Annually as of April 1st, seniors must be 62 or older, receiving SNAP (food stamps) and/or Medicaid, meet income guidelines, and be living in a situation in which food is not provided. Recipients receive vouchers to buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and cut herbs at participating farmers markets and farm stands June-November. All eligible seniors are notified by mail (yellow envelope) in late spring each year. 1-866-299-3562. Web: www.myoregonfarm.org.

    Ride Connection: Private, non-profit organization dedicated to linking individuals with accessible transportation, primarily serving people 60 years of age and older, and people identifying with a disability. Services include information and referral for transportation options, travel training and support, door-to-door rides for outings such as medical appointments, grocery shopping and visiting a loved one. Donation-based. Scheduling hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5pm. (503) 226-0700. Email: info@rideconnection.org. Web: www.rideconnection.org.

    Seniors and People with Disabilities, Tigard Department of Human Services: Call or go online for assistance as a first option. If you must visit in-person, please call first. Face coverings are required. Assistance for older adults and adults 18 years and older with physical disabilities. If eligible, help in identifying and accessing needed services, such as medical, SNAP/food benefits, health care coverage, long term and community-based care services, and more. Spanish-speaking and other languages available by appointment. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. 11515 SW Durham Rd., Suite 5, Tigard, OR 97224. (503) 968-2312. Web: www.oregon.gov/dhs/SENIORS-DISABILITIES/SPPD/Pages/index.aspx.

    Social Security Administration: Provides financial protection with retirement, disability, and survivors benefits through financial support, customer service, and ensuring the safety and security of your information. Whether it is in person, over the phone, or through personal “my Social Security” account, serving retirees, children, widows, and widowers. From birth, to marriage, and into retirement. 1750 McGilchrist St. SE #110, Salem, OR 97302. (800) 772-1213. Web: www.ssa.gov.

    Tigard Senior Center: Under construction at time of printing (8815 SW O’Mara St ); therefore, Tigard Senior Center is operating at NW Christian Church on 13405 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223, temporarily. Meal deliveries are continued. (503) 620-4613.