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Bradley Angle

Mission: “Bradley Angle’s mission is to serve all people affected by domestic violence. We place any person experiencing or at risk for domestic violence at the center of our services and provide support for safety, education, empowerment, healing, and hope.”

Resources Provided:
Emergency services, youth and family services, LGBTQ services, healing roots program, support groups and mobile advocacy, economic empowerment, awareness raising.

Contact: 
http://www.bradleyangle.org
5432 N Albina Ave. Portland, OR 97217
T: (503)232-1528

Year Established: 1975

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Street Yoga

Mission: “Street Yoga builds capacity in youth to overcome trauma and to create meaningful, healthy lives through yoga and mindfulness.”

Resources Provided:
Teach yoga at a day shelter and a school serving homeless youth.

Contact:
http://www.streetyoga.org

Year Established: 2002

 

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Janus Youth Programs

Mission: “a leader in creating innovative, community-based services which enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and families. We work in partnership with others to create a safe and healthy community.”

Resources Provided:
Community based programs for homeless youth, runaway youth, teen parents, residential, and at-risk youth

Contact:
http://www.janusyouth.org
707 NE Couch St. Portland, OR 97232
T: (503)233–6090

Year Established: 1972

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Peninsula Children’s Learning Center

Mission: “to provide high-quality, affordable childcare and education as well as family support programs that contribute to the vitality of North and Northeast Portland.”

Resources Provided:
Capacity of 180 children daily for child care and education that meets community demands based on sliding fee scholarship scale, additional financial aid, and tuition reimbursement.

Contact:
http://www.penchild.org
4720 N. Maryland Ave. Portland, OR 97217
T: (503)280-0534

Year Established: 1970

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Latino Network

Mission: “Latino Network provides transformative opportunities, services, and advocacy for the education, leadership and civic engagement of our youth, families, and communities.”

Resources Provided:
Civic engagement and leadership, early childhood development, parent involvement resources, youth and family engagement, and Unidos for Oregon.

Contact:
http://www.latnet.org
240 N Broadway, Suite 214 Portland, OR 97227
T: (503)283-6881
E: edgar@latnet.org

Year Established: 1996

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Friendly House

Mission: “creates a thriving community by connecting people of all ages and backgrounds through quality educational, recreational, and other life-sustaining services.”

Resources Provided:
Children’s programs including assisting new parents to help raise babies and help preparing children for school, recreational and educational programs, and services of seniors and the homeless.

Contact:
http://www.friendlyhouseinc.org
1737 NW 26th  Ave. Portland, OR
T: (503)228-4391

Year Established: 1926

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Self Enhancement Inc.

Mission: “A nonprofit organization helping at-risk urban youth realize their potential.”

Resources Provided:
In school programming, after school programs, enrichment programs, summer program, post-high school support, and parent resources

Contact:
http://www.selfenhancement.org
3920 N. Kerby Ave. Portland, OR 97277
T: (503)249-1721

Year Established: 1983

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Saturday Academy

Mission: “engages motivated young people in hands-on, in-depth learning and problem solving by connecting them with community experts as instructors and  mentors.”

Resources Provided:
Classes, camps, and programming to increase interest in pre-college students and to give them the opportunity to learn to interact with community experts and experience professional environments.

Contact:
http://www.saturdayacademy.org
5000 N Willamette Blvd. Portland, OR 97203
T: (503)200-5858

Year Established: 1983

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Impact NW

Mission: “To help people achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and to prevent and alleviate the effects of poverty.”

Resources Provided:
Premier Portland area provider of educational and social services to individuals and families of all ages. Help low-income children, youth, families, seniors, and adults with developmental disabilities receive the skills and resources necessary to achieve success to advocate for themselves.

Contact:
http://www.impactnw.org
info@impactnw.org

Year Established: 1966

 

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Hacienda CDC

Mission: “Hacienda CDC is a Latino Community Development Corporation that strengthens families by providing affordable housing, home ownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities.”

Resources Provided:
Programming for housing, economic advancement, employment, and education.

Contact:
http://www.haciendacdc.org
5136 NE 42nd Ave. Portland, OR 97218
T:(503)595-2111

Year Established: 1992

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Immigrant & Refugee Community Organizatin

Mission: “To promote the integration of refugees, immigrants, and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy, and inclusive multiethnic society.”

Resources Provided:
-Various program designed to keep children healthy, safe, and educated while helping to engage parents.
-Employment programming
-Health and community programming
-Seniors
-Economic development
-Training

Contact:
http://www.irco.org
10301 NE Glisan St. Portland, OR
T: (503)234-1541

Year Established: 1975

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Camp Fire Columbia

Mission: “To build caring, confident youth and future leaders.”

Resources Provided:
Strengthens families and schools by extending the learning day and keeping over 1,000 kids safe, engaged, and learning during the out-of-school-time hours. The program is shown to increase academic performance while offering youth enrichment opportunities that schools can no longer provide art, service learning, experiential activities

Contact:
http://www.campfirecolumbia.org
619 SW 11th Ave., Suite 234 Portland, OR

Year Established: 1910

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Portland Children’s Levy

Mission: “The Portland Children’s Levy was created by the voter-approved Children’s Levy, estimated to generate approximately $13 million annually to support scores of programs around the city for children from birth through high school. Each year, programs funded through CHIF better the lives of 16,000 of Portland’s neediest children and their famlies

Resources Provided: Fund 53 different programs for kids ages birth through high school through a competitive grant process and an additional three programs through the Leverage Fund.

Contact:
http://www.portlandchildrenslevy.org
319 SW Washington St., Suite 415 Portland, OR 97204
T: (503)823-2979

Year Established: 2002

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SMART

Vision: “Our vision is an Oregon where every child can read and is empowered to succeed.”

Resources Provided:
pairs adult volunteers with children in need of reading support and books to take home and keep. Volunteers read one-on-one with students weekly during the school year, modeling a love of reading and building children’s reading skills and self-confidence in a positive, child-driven environment.

Contact:

Year Established: 1992

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Project Bloom

Mission: “The primary focus of the program is to serve women who are either at risk of eviction or have become newly homeless.”

Resources Provided:
Assists clients to find a job that pays a living wage, and secure housing to ensure women do not fall into recurring episodes of homelessness. Provides a safe and supportive environment where women can focus on improving self-sufficiency in order to successfully get on their feet.

Contact:
3525 SW 122nd Ave #18 Beaverton, OR 97005
T: (971)263-5779
http://www.project-bloom.org

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PDX Diaper Bank

Mission: “In collaboration with partner agencies, PDX Diaper Bank provides diapers supplies to low-income families with young children, older adults, and individuals with disabilities living in Portland and the surrounding area.”

Resources Provided:
Free diapers and diapering supplies to low-income families, children, older adults, and individuals with disabilities.

**Please note, they do not distribute diapers to individuals but rather through their partnering agencies.

Contact: 
http://www.pdxdiaperbank.org
P.O. Box 22613 Portland, OR 97269
info@pdxdiaperbank.org

Year Established: 2012

 

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Parenting Now!

Mission: “all children are raised by nurturing, skilled parents. We are a resource for families in Lane County, Oregon, and parenting educators everywhere.”

Resources Provided:
resources for parents, training for parents and educators

Contact:
http://www.parentingnow.org
86 Contennial Loop Eugene, OR 97401
T: (541)484-5316

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Oregon Family Support Network

Mission: “Families and youth working together to promote mental, behavioral, and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support, and advocacy.”

Resources Provided:
Education and training, peer support, wrap around, community supports, and advocacy.

Contact:
1300 Broadway St. NE, Suite 403 Salem, OR 97301
T: (503) 363-8068
http://www.ofsn.org

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Morrison Child and Family Services

Mission: “We partner with families and communities to provide effective and responsive services for children and youth coping with adversity and trauma.”

Resources Provided:
Outpatient services, prevention and education, community programming, day treatment, drug and alcohol treatment, foster care, residential, and program evaluation.

Contact:
11035 NE Sandy Blvd. Portland, OR 97220
T: (503)258-4200
http://www.morrisonkid

Year Established: 1947

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Kids in the Game

Mission: “Inspiring youth to thrive in life through sports by providing the resources that get and keep kids in the game.”

Resources Provided:
Provide financial assistance to help youth from low-income families of all abilities gain access to after school sports programs and physical education programs in schools.

Raise awareness of the importance of athletics in developing future leaders, with skills and values that transfer from the sports field into the classroom, workplace, family, and community.

Contact: 
1569 SW Nancy Way, Suite 2, Bend, OR 97702
T: (541)508-3966
info@kidsinthegame.org
http://www.kidsinthegame.org

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Joyful Noise Child Development Center

Philosophy: “Over the course of several years, we’ve developed a paradigm that we believe best supports an infrastructure where children can grow and learn. Our educational plan encourages children to be actively involved in the learning process, to experience a variety of activities appropriate to their age and rate of development and to pursue their own interests in the context of life in the community and the world. Through play that is guided by adults, children learn language, concepts about the physical world, social skills, problem solving, motor coordination and self confidence.”

Resources Provided: 
Parents choose developmentally appropriate environments for their children to foster emotional and intellectual development.

Contact:
http://www.joyfulnoisecdc.org
info@joyfulnoisecdc.

Year Established: 1994