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Abilitree

Abilitree believes in everyone's right to live a full and independent life. First established in 1981, Abilitree’s mission is to empower people to grow their independence, expectations, and inclusion in community life. To help individuals and their families reach their goals, Abilitree provides support with job placement, skills training, peer support, advocacy, and information and referral.

Location:

2680 NE Twin Knolls Dr. Bend, OR 97701

Categories:

  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-388-8103


Website:

https://www.abilitree.org

Central Oregon Community College Disability Services

Welcome to Central Oregon Community College and the office of Services for Students with Disabilities. COCC strives to make available to all students the opportunity for an excellent and rewarding education. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 provide federal guidelines which help the College ensure equal access to all students.

Location:

2600 N.W. College Way Bend, OR 97703

Categories:

  • Education

Phone:

541-383-7583


Website:

https://www.cocc.edu/departments/disability-services/

Central Oregon Disability Support Network

Our mission is to connect families with resources and each other to recognize, promote and value diversity in a welcoming community. CODSN will accomplish this mission by empowering and supporting families and individuals who have been touched by disability. We will work to increase education, promote public understanding and acceptance, and encourage full inclusion of individuals with differences in our community.

Location:

2525 NE Twin Knolls Drive, #7 Bend, OR 97701

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Education
  • Recreation

Phone:

541-548-8559


Website:

https://www.codsn.org/

Independent Living Program

The Independent Living Program (ILP) helps youth who are, or were, in foster care to become self-sufficient adults. It gives an opportunity to learn valuable skills necessary to make a successful education from state or tribal custody to living on your own in the community.

Location:

500 Summer Street NE, E76 Salem, OR 97301

Categories:

  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-440-3301


Website:

http://www.oregon.gov/DHS/CHILDREN/FOSTERCARE/ILP/Pages/index.aspx

Eugene Drop

The Eugene Drop is staffed by Youth Peer Support Specialists who are committed to helping young adults empower themselves and successfully education into adulthood. Our programs and services help youth and young adults become leaders in their own lives and communities. We provide opportunities to build leadership and advocacy skills through team-based learning and activities. Above all, The Eugene Drop is a safe space for young people to feel heard, supported, and capable of creating change

Location:

965 Oak Alley Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Health
  • Education
  • Recreation
  • Dating

Phone:

971-334-9295


Website:

https://www.youthera.org/eugene-drop

FACT Oregon

FACT empowers Oregon families experiencing disability in their pursuit of a whole life by expanding awareness, growing community, and equipping families.

Location:

2475 SE Ladd Ave. Suite 430 Portland, OR 97214

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Education
  • Dating

Phone:

501-786-6082


Website:

https://factoregon.org/

Hearing Loss Association of America

Hearing Loss Association of Oregon, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to the well-being of people of all ages and communication styles who do not hear well. Hearing Loss Association of America is the largest international organization of its kind with a nationwide support network of chapters and groups who are ready to help you.

Location:

1085 6th Avenue SW Albany, OR 97321

Categories:

  • Health
  • Education

Phone:

541-220-8541


Website:

http://www.hlaa-or.org/

High Desert Education Service District

The High Desert Education Service District (HDESD) is a regional support system that links school districts in Central Oregon to state and national education resources. Our programs help districts minimize duplication of services, preserve their local budgets and receive special programs that might otherwise be unavailable to them.

Location:

2804 SW Sixth Street Redmond, OR 97756

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Transportation
  • Education

Phone:

541-693-5600


Website:

http://www.hdesd.org

New Avenues for Youth

New Avenues for Youth is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and intervention of youth homelessness. Since 1997, our programs and services have impacted more than 20,000 young people as they work to overcome barriers, pursue their goals, and realize their potential. From supporting basic needs like meals and counseling to providing opportunities for education, job training, employment, and housing, we meet youth where they are—and help them get where they want to go.

Location:

1220 SW Columbia Street Portland, OR 97201

Categories:

  • Employment
  • Education
  • Dating

Phone:

503-224-4339


Website:

http://newavenues.org

Northwest Youth Corps

Our core purpose is to provide opportunities for youth and young adults to learn, grow, and experience success. Our programs focus on education, challenge, community, leadership and empowerment, giving youth critical life skills and confidence. NYC programs stress teamwork, inclusion, and leadership while promoting a solid work ethic and individual achievement. Youth leave NYC knowing that they can overcome obstacles, solve problems, make friends, and attain their objectives in life.

Location:

2621 Augusta Street Eugene, OR 97403

Categories:

  • Education
  • Dating

Phone:

541-349-5055


Website:

https://www.nwyouthcorps.org/m/

Oregon Commission for the Blind

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the education from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

535 SE 12th Avenue Portland, OR 97214

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

971-673-1588


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Oregon Commission for the Blind

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the education from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

541 Willamette, Room #408 Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-686-7990


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Oregon Commission for the Blind

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the education from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

724 South Central Street, Suite 110 Medford, OR 97501

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-776-6047


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Oregon Commission for the Blind

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the education from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

813 SW Highland Ave., Ste. 102 Redmond, OR 97756

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-669-5090


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Oregon Commission for the Blind

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the education from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Location:

780 Commercial St. SE, Ste. 200 Salem, OR 97301

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

503-378-8479


Website:

https://www.oregon.gov/blind

Oregon Community Programs

MTFC® is an alternative to placement in group/residential care settings or to incarceration or psychiatric hospitalization. In MTFC®, youth are placed singly in well-trained and supported community foster homes. The major goals of MTFC® are to create supports and opportunities for youth so they can live successfully in the community and to prepare their parents, relatives, or other aftercare family to use skills and methods that allow them to maintain the gains their youth has made while in MTFC® once he or she returns home. MTFC® includes multi-level interventions in family, community, and school settings. Youth receive individual therapy, skill training, and academic supports. Their families receive family therapy. Typically, MTFC® placements are short-term (from 6-9 months). From the beginning of placement, work with the youth’s parents is emphasized to prepare the youth and the adults for post-MTFC® life. Four key elements are targeted in MTFC® and in aftercare. Providing youth with a consistent reinforcing environment that builds on individual strengths Providing clear structure and limits with well-specified consequences that are delivered in a teaching-oriented way Providing close supervision of the youth’s whereabouts Helping youth avoid associations with peers who are likely to have a negative influence, and developing skills for having relationships with positive peers. MTFC® and Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care® are copyrights and trademarks of Oregon Community Programs. All rights reserved.

Location:

1170 Pearl Street Eugene, OR 97401

Categories:

  • Child Resources
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

541-743-4340


Website:

https://www.oregoncommunityprograms.org/

Outside In

For more than 50 years, we’ve provided a safe, supportive, and inclusive place for health care, along with services to help the underserved and people experiencing homelessness achieve independence.

Location:

1132 SW 13th Ave Portland, OR 97205

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Health
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Dating

Phone:

503-535-3860


Website:

https://outsidein.org

South Lane Wheels

South Lane Wheels is not just for seniors. Anyone can ride! We are a public transportation system connecting people with where they want to go in South Lane County including Cottage Grove, Creswell, Dorena, Culp Creek, Saginaw, London, and Lorane. These rural communities are very fortunate to have the options of a low cost deviated fixed route, local and metro Dial-A-Ride services, plus group rides within FTA Charter Guidelines.

Location:

1450 Birch Ave Cottage Grove, OR 97424

Categories:

  • Education

Phone:

541-942-0456


Website:

http://southlanetransit.com/

Specialized Advocacy

Specialized Advocacy provides the opportunity to build independent living skills, social skills, and appropriate supports for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Location:

P.O. Box 1223 Eugene, OR 97440

Categories:

  • Education

Phone:

541-684-3961


Website:

http://www.specializedadvocacy.com/home.html

Supa Fresh Youth Farm

The Supa Fresh Youth Farm is an established Social Purpose Enterprise that has employed and trained underserved youth, ages 16-24, in the Tigard-Tualatin School District (T-TSD) and Southeast Washington County since 2009, and serves as a learning space that provides rich experiential vocational opportunities for youth.

Location:

9055 SW Locust Street Tigard, OR 97223

Categories:

  • Education

Phone:

503-307-0633


Website:

http://supafreshyouthfarm.org

Umpqua Valley disAbilities Network

UVdN provides information and referral for a variety of disability-related issues. UVdN has assisted individuals by showing them where to go to get a wheelchair; helped them find accessible housing; and provided information on disability-related laws and civil rights issues affecting people with disabilities. These services are provided to individuals with disabilities, businesses, schools, state and local government, and others free of charge.

Location:

736 SE Jackson Street Roseburg, OR 97470

Categories:

  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Education

Phone:

541-672-6336


Website:

uvdn.org

HASL: Center for Independent Living

HASL provides a wide range of customized services intended to support and empower people who are differently abled – often as the result of aging or intellectual or physical disability. We believe that all people deserve to have access to all parts of our community and strive to advocate for those who need support.

Location:

305 NE E St Grants Pass, OR 97526

Categories:

  • Health
  • Employment
  • Education

Phone:

800-452-1694


Website:

https://haslonline.org/

Youth Era

Youth ERA works to empower young people and create breakthroughs with the dedicated systems that serve them.

Location:

P.O. Box 583 Eugene, OR 97440

Categories:

  • Health
  • Education

Phone:

971-334-9295


Website:

https://www.youthera.org/