Brokerages & Case Management

Case management begins at the county level. People interested in receiving disability services can apply through their county disability service office. Once enrolled, individuals over 18 can choose to transfer their case management to a non-profit brokerage. Brokerages do not provide services but coordinate services for people with disabilities.

Description:

MENTOR Oregon services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Address:

45 SE 102 Ave
Portland, OR 97216
United States

Description:

MENTOR Oregon services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Address:

305 NE 102nd Ave, 350
Portland, OR 97216
United States

Description:

MENTOR Oregon services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Address:

859 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

Description:

MENTOR Oregon services and supports are focused on helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury and mental health challenges build increasingly rich, independent lives. We also support children who have complex emotional and behavioral challenges, helping them heal, learn and grow with the support of dedicated caregivers.

Address:

822 NW Highland St
Roseburg, OR 97470
United States

Description:

Marion County provides case management to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. Developmental disabilities are a diverse group of severe chronic conditions that are due to mental and/or physical impairments. People with developmental disabilities have problems with major life activities such as language, mobility, learning, self-help, and independent living; however, they can live healthy lives.

Address:

3180 Center St NE
Salem, OR 97301
United States

Description:

Linn County Developmental Disabilities provides case management to children and adults who experience intellectual or developmental disabilities. People with developmental disabilities may have problems with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as communication, mobility, learning, self-help, and independent living. Linn County Developmental Disabilities connects consumers with resources that help them live healthy and productive lives regardless of their impairments. Our services include intake and eligibility determination, case management services, residential services, vocational services for adults, in-home services, transportation services for adults, crisis services, and referral to brokerage services for adults.

Address:

315 4th Ave SW, 1st Floor
Albany, OR 97321
United States

Description:

Our mission is to promote inclusion of individuals with Developmental Disabilities within the community so they are able to experience personal growth and development. We are committed to health, wellness, and quality of life.

Address:

225 SW Coast Hwy
Newport, OR 97365
United States

Description:

Lane County Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) is responsible for case management services for over 1,700 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Lane County. Lane County is the second largest county community developmental disabilities program in the state.

Address:

125 E. 8th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

Description:

Jackson County Developmental Disabilities Services provides specialized services coordination to eligible individuals who experience intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome and epilepsy. This program promotes the independence, integration, and productivity of the citizens of Jackson County through an array of services and is not income based.

Address:

140 S.Holly Street
Medford, OR 97501
United States

Description:

Independence Northwest is a full service brokerage that provides case managment for individuals with developmental disabilities in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties.

Address:

919 NE 19th Avenue Suite 275
Portland, OR 97232
United States

Description:

Inclusion Inc. has as its mission: Offering people resources and education to direct their lives. The first of its core values is self determination: We honor our customers individual rights to assume risk and to achieve their personal goals, through education, communication and choice. Each customer is eligible for a unique types and amounts of services based on their needs as identified in the adult needs assessment (ANA) tool. Personal Agents meet with customers and their chosen support team to complete the ANA and determine their support needs.

Address:

50 SE 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
United States

Description:

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Address:

3878 Beverly Ave NE, Suite 5
Salem, OR 97305
United States

Description:

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Address:

10011 SE Division Street, Suite 302
Portland, OR 97266
United States

Description:

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. Helped funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Address:

506 High Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
United States

Description:

HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent.

Address:

1040 Crater Lake Ave
Medford, OR 97504
United States