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Ethos Music Center

Mission: “We believe that all kids, regardless of socioeconomic status or geographic location, deserve access to music education.”

Resources Provided:
Music classes, group lessons, camps, multicultural performances and workshops.

Contact:
http://www.ethos.org
2 N. Killingsworth St. Portland, OR 97217
T: (503)283-8467
info@ethos.org

Year Established: 1988

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The Circus Project

Mission: “to utilize the unique power of circus arts to transcend social barriers and inspire personal transformation, while contributing to the development of circus as an art form.

Resources Provided:
Programming for children to learn circus productions and performances. Special training for homeless and at-risk youth that utilize circus arts to teach critical life skills.

Contact:
PO Box 10244, Portland OR 97296
T: (503)764-9174
http://www.thecircusproject.org
1737 NW 26th Ave. Portland, OR

Year Established: 2008

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Art ala Carte

Mission: “to make everyone fall in love with art and to find their own voice.”

Resources Provided: 
-provide space, supplies, and support for children of all ages to create art and support individual idea of art and creation.

Contact:
319 NE Wygant St. Portland, OR 97211
T: (503)750-0522
info@artalacartepdx.com
artalacartepdx.com

Year Established: 2012

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Caldera

Mission: “to be a catalyst for the transformation of under-served youth through innovative, year-round art and environmental programs.”

Resources Provided:

Year round art programming for children, college scholarships,

Contact:
Portland Address: 224 NW 13th Ave Box 304 Portland, OR 97209
T: (503)937-3061

Art Center:31500 Blue Lake Dr. Sisters, OR 97759
T: (541)595-0956
http://www.calderaarts.org

Year Established: 2003

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P:ear

Mission: “p:ear builds positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth through education, art and recreation to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives. Each year our programs serve almost 900 homeless and transitional young people ages 15 to 24.”

Resources Provided: 
Art education and recreation for homeless youth. Provides a safe space for youth.

Contact: 
338 NW 6th Ave. Portland, OR 97209
T: (503)228-6677
pearmentor.org

 

 

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Children’s Healing Art Project (CHAP)

Mission:

“CHAP brings the healing power of art to children in crisis through a mobile team of teaching artists working in a partnership with hospitals, community organizations and schools.

At CHAP, children are known for their creativity and ingenuity—not by their disease, diagnosis or disability.

CHAP’s innovative healing arts programs reach critically ill, chronically ill and disabled children (and their loved ones) with programs that strengthen encourage and inspire.”

Resources Provided:
-Art programming for children both outside and within hospital settings.

Contact:
(T) 503-243-5294
1910 SE 11th
Portland, OR 97214
http://chap.name/

Year Established: 2006

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Native American Youth and Family Center

Mission: “to enhance the diverse strengths of our youth and families in partnership with the community through cultural identity and education.”

Resources Provided:
-College and Career Services especially for youth
-Early College Academy
-Foster Care Support
-Parent Involvement
-Youth and Education
-Middle school advocacy services.
-High school advocacy services.
-Tutoring and after-school programs.
-Middle school, grade 8/9 transition, high school math, and science summer programs.
-Healing circle domestic violence prevention program.
-Recreation program.
-Cultural arts program.

Contact:
5135 NE COLUMBIA BLVD. PORTLAND, OR 97218 | 503.288.8177 | INFO@NAYAPDX.ORG
http://nayapdx.org/services/

Year Established: 1974