Resident  Resources

Current Resident Services Newsletters:

English - March - April
English - January - February

Spanish - marzo - abril
Spanish - enero - febrero

-  Март - апрель
- январь - февраль

English - November - December
English - September - October
English - July - August
English - May - June
English - March - April
English - January - February

Español - noviembre - dicembre
Español - septiembre - octubre
Español - julio - agosto
Español - mayo - junio
Español - marzo - abril
Español - enero - febrero

русский - ноябрь - Декабрь
русский - сентябрь - октября
русский - июль - август
русский - май - июнь 
русский - Март - апрель
русский - январь - февраль

Community Resources:

  • #211
    Phone: 211
    A free resource that connects you to services near the area you choose. Can give you leads on housing, financial assistance, employment, veteran resources, family health & support, and education.

  • Oregon Helps
    Oregon Helps is an online tool to help screen your eligibility for national and state assistance programs.

  • Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS)
    Phone: (503) 945-5944 (M-F 8:00am-5:00pm)
    A government funded agency used to provide services to Oregonians such as food, financial/housing stability, mental and physical health, and family affairs.

  • Cash Oregon
    Phone: (503) 243—7765 (M-F 8:3-am-4:30pm)
    Provides financial education and programs through partnerships with organizations such as AARP and Innovative Changes. Services are available to low-income individuals and families of any age or demographic in the Portland Metropolitan Area. Tax preparation assistance is available in 32 counties.

  • Oregon Public Libraries
    This site will help you find your local library. Libraries are great resources for community events, public service & job search assistance, study space, free Wi-Fi, and literature/movies/CD’s.

  • Oregon Primary Care Association
    Phone: (503) 228-8852
    A non-profit organization made up of community health centers across Oregon that offer health care to those uninsured and underinsured at more affordable costs.

  • Oregon Food Bank
    Phone: (503) 282-0555
    The OFB is a network that provides individuals with food-assistance programs in their community as well as education to create sustainability in regards to food accessibility.

  • QuitDay
    QuitDay is a national online tool which helps smokers and their loved ones identify reasons and strategies to quit smoking in order to help improve their lives.
    Northwest Housing Alternatives