local services

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clackamas women’s center

CWS offers education to Clackamas County residents about the issues surrounding domestic and sexual violence while using cutting-edge practices to increase the number of families we can serve and improve our participant’s experience.


a safe place (Domestic Violence Shelter)

They offer advocacy, culturally-specific services, safety planning, counseling, support groups, legal support, law enforcement support, and other services and resources.


Clackamas county mental health

We serve children, youth, families and adults who are experiencing moderate to severe mental health difficulties.

Clackamas county social services

The Social Services Division helps seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, and low-income residents of Clackamas County.


Clackamas county children’s commission

Through their Head Start and Early Head Start programs they support the cognitive, social, and emotional development of children from birth to age five who are at risk in our community.


Angels in the Outfield

Our mission is to promote healing, happiness, and safety of children through the generosity of our contributors. The services provided to each child will be determined on a case-by-case basis dependent upon each child's specific needs.


Embrace Oregon

Embrace Oregon connects caring community members with vulnerable children and families in partnership with the Department of Human Services. We are dedicated to the flourishing of every child.


Cares (Child abuse response & Evaluation services)

CARES Northwest is a collaborative, community-based medical program for the assessment, treatment and prevention of child abuse. We provide a safe, child-friendly environment for the assessment of children for whom there are concerns of physical or sexual abuse, neglect and exposure to domestic violence.

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bridges to change

THE BRIDGE connects the needs of people living in Clackamas County to the available resources within our network of local churches and community organizations.


Building Blocks 4 Kids

Building Blocks 4 Kids was founded in 2010 with the goal of helping foster and underprivileged youth participate in extracurricular activities outside of the home and school.


Project Lemonade

We serve 2,000 foster youth annually with a free clothes shopping experience at your space in Lloyd Center mall. Each foster youth chooses his or her own new or nearly new outfits, accessories and shoes.


211 Info

The quickest way to connect to resources that can help (food, housing, childcare, utilities, healthcare, etc.). 211info empowers Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by helping people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need.


love, Inc.

Connects people to the following resources: Baby Furnishings Bikes Cleaning Supplies Dental Clinics Diapers Durable Medical Equipment Firewood Kitchen Items Newborn Items Linens Personal Hygiene Items Prayer/Encouragement


volunteers of america family relief nursery

The program is aimed at building resilience and assisting parents to grow in their ability to rise in the face of adversity and build strong systems of support for their families.

Services include: Therapeutic Nursery, Respite Care, Parenting Education, Home-Visiting Services, In-home Services, Culturally Specific Services, Integrated Health Services, Transportation Services


children’s center

Their mission is to work with the community to end child abuse and neglect through assessment, treatment, and prevention.


Bloomin’ Boutique

Bloomin' Boutique is a non-profit organization dedicated to giving a hand up by providing new clothing, shoes, bedding and personal care items to underprivileged children, empowering them to become confident, constructive members of their communities.