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Albertina Kerr

Since 1907, Albertina Kerr has strengthened Oregon families and communities. Today, we provide programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to live richer lives.

Location:

424 NE 22nd Avenue Portland, OR 97232

Categories:

  • Child Resources

Phone:

503-239-8101


Website:

https://www.albertinakerr.org/

Disability Rights Oregon

We assist with legal problems directly related to disabilities. We do this in a variety of ways, which include: Providing information, tools and referrals that empower self-advocacy Promoting awareness of civil rights Investigating and addressing reports of abuse and/or neglect Pursuing policy changes and legislation that benefit people with disabilities Representing individuals in cases where legal expertise is needed Litigation when necessary

Location:

511 SW 10th Avenue, Suite 200 Portland, OR 97205

Categories:

Phone:

1-800-452-1694


Website:

https://droregon.org/

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:

  • Education
  • Recreation

Phone:

501-786-6082


Website:

https://factoregon.org/

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s 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.

Location:

305 NE 102nd Ave, 350 Portland, OR 97216

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

503-258-2440


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

Mentor oregon

MENTOR Oregon’s 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.

Location:

45 SE 102 Ave Portland, OR 97216

Categories:

  • Transportation
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Safety
  • Recreation

Phone:

503-935-2478


Website:

https://www.mentororegon.com/

Multnomah County Developmental Disabilities

Multnomah County is a case management agency that hires Service Coordinators to provide individually focused care coordination and planning to children and adults with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities. Our goal is to increase overall quality of life, promote independence, and integration by providing resources and service in the family home and community for individuals we serve.

Location:

5319 SW Westgate DR #130 Portland, OR 97221

Categories:

    Phone:

    503-988-6258


    Website:

    https://multco.us/dd

    Oregon Autism Society

    The Autism Society of Oregon is Oregon’s leading organization providing resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with autism.

    Location:

    5100 SW Macadam Ave, Suite 400 Portland, OR 97239

    Categories:

    • Health
    • Education

    Phone:

    1-888-288-4761


    Website:

    http://autismsocietyoregon.org/

    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 transition 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:

    • Employment
    • Education

    Phone:

    971-673-1588


    Website:

    https://www.oregon.gov/blind/Pages/index.aspx

    Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities

    Developmental Disabilities Councils consist of volunteers appointed by governors, over half of whom must be people with developmental disabilities or their family members. They engage in systemic change, capacity building, and advocacy activities that: Educate the public; Develop and support coalitions; Inform federal, state, and local policy makers; Demonstrate new approaches to services, supports, and other assistance; Outreach to those who might not come to the attention of the Council; Assist neighborhoods and communities to respond positively to individuals with DD and their families; Foster interagency collaboration and coordination, including related Councils, committees, and programs; Eliminate barriers and enhance citizen participation.

    Location:

    2475 SE Ladd Avenue, Suite 231 Portland, OR 97214

    Categories:

      Phone:

      503-235-0369


      Website:

      https://www.ocdd.org/

      RISE

      RISE provides services for people with disabilities including residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community based services. RISE also provides services for children and families through foster care and professional parenting, adoption, kinship care, after school and summer programs, behavior supports, and mental health services. In addition, RISE provides Early Intervention services which includes Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Developmental Specialists.

      Location:

      5331 SW Macadam Ave Portland, OR 97239

      Categories:

      • Housing
      • Health
      • Employment

      Phone:

      503-994-6355


      Website:

      https://riseservicesinc.org

      Vocational Rehabilitation

      DHS Vocational Rehabilitation​ (VR) assists individuals with disabilities to get and keep a job that matches their skills, interests and abilities. VR staff work in partnership with the community and businesses to provide services that are individualized to help each eligible person receive services that are essential to their employment success. Learn more about VR.

      Location:

      1704 NE 26th Ave Portland, OR 97212

      Categories:

      • Employment
      • Education

      Phone:

      971-673-2555


      Website:

      https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/Pages/index.aspx

      Vocational Rehabilitation

      DHS Vocational Rehabilitation​ (VR) assists individuals with disabilities to get and keep a job that matches their skills, interests and abilities. VR staff work in partnership with the community and businesses to provide services that are individualized to help each eligible person receive services that are essential to their employment success. Learn more about VR.

      Location:

      305 NE 102nd Avenue Suite 200 Portland, OR 97220

      Categories:

      • Employment
      • Education

      Phone:

      971-673-5858


      Website:

      https://www.oregon.gov/DHS/Pages/index.aspx