Promotes full participation in community life for individuals with disabilities and families through the delivery of training, technical assistance, and related services.
Political action committee provides news, legislative analysis, suggested actions and links to resources.
Help for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Oregon with a 24-hour state-wide hotline. Includes additional resources for survivors of rape, sexual assault and abuse.
Task force created by the state legislature in order to document the extent of hunger, coordinate and publicize existing services and advocate for programs and policies.
A non-profit organization in Yamhill and Polk counties providing vocational, residential, employment and transportation services to individuals with mental and physical disabilities.
Services to seniors, persons with disabilities and low income in Baker and Union counties.
The Oregon Disabilities Commission helps deaf and hard of hearing people learn their rights and perhaps obtain the services of a sign language interpreter.