PhoneOregon Council on Developmental Disabilities
Free information about more than 7,000 health, community, and social services. And now 211 is available in EVERY Oregon county
Autism Training and Research Center @ Portland State University
The Autism Training and Research Center’s mission is to improve the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders
Child Care Resource and Referral
For a comprehensive and personalized referral, click the region in which you live to speak with a Child Care Referral Professional.
Community Action Organization Washington County
Housing & Homeless Services; Energy Assistance; Emergency rent Assistance; Energy Conservation; Head Start & Early Head Start; Child Care resource & Referral; Prenatal & Parenting Support; 211 Info
Department of Human Services (DHS)
Food Benefits; Cash Assistance; Domestic Violence Assistance; Housing Resources; Children's Services; Disability Services;
FACT Families and Communities Together
Phone 503-786-6082 FACT offers frequent trainings and events for families!
a family leadership organization for individuals and their families experiencing disability, working collaboratively to facilitate positive change in policies, systems and attitudes, through family support, advocacy and partnerships
Lifespan Respite of Washington County
A community-based network of accessible respite care services. Lifespan helps Washington County families and caregivers who serve individuals with special needs, regardless of age. It helps caregivers find temporary relief from the demands of providing ongoing care through referral to respite care services in their community.
At LifeWorks NW we support people who are working towards a better life. Through our recognized, culturally responsive prevention, mental health and addiction services, our expert team delivers the highest quality individual and group treatment—benefiting children, teens and families, adults, older adults and the community as a whole.
Morrison Child & Family Services
Morrison Child and Family Services provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health, substance abuse and prevention services for children from birth through age 18. Programs and services vary in intensity and length of treatment. We work with families and communities to make a positive difference in each child’s life. Each program is rigorously reviewed by our internal Program Evaluation Department, which has been documenting the results of our work and guiding program innovations and improvements for more than 30 years.
Mother and Child Education Center
Free parenting classes and workshops
24-Hour Parenting Support Line
English (503) 249-5801 Espanol (503) 913-9360
Because parenting doesn't stop our lines are answered locally - day and night - to give you the support and connection you need. If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency please call 911.
NW Children's Outreach Clothing Closet on Beaverton & Tualatin
Oregon Child Development Coalition
Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) is dedicated to improving the lives of children and families by providing early childhood education, care and advocacy with unique and supportive services to enhance family growth and community success.
Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities
Throughout the year, the Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities listens to people like yourself who have a strong interest in the welfare of Oregonians with developmental disabilities and their families
Oregon Poison Center PHONE 800-222-1222
Swindell's Resource Center of Providence Child Center
Phone 503-215-2429 Swindell's offers frequent trainings and events for families!
Supports parents and caregivers of children who have special needs, developmental delays or disabilities. We provide resources, information and education to communities throughout Oregon and southwest Washington.
Virginia Garcia Clinic
Phone Cornelius 503-359-8505 ** Hillsboro 503-601-7400 ** Beaverton 503-352-6000
To provide high-quality, comprehensive, and culturally appropriate primary health care to the communities of Washington and Yamhill Counties with a special emphasis on migrant and seasonal farmworkers and others with barriers to receiving healthcare.
Washington County Developmental Disabilities Services
Our purpose is to provide service coordination for eligible individuals.
Washington County Crisis Line PHONE 503-291-9111
If you or someone close to you is experiencing a mental health crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, please contact the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111. A mental health clinician is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you speak a language other than English, an interpreter will be provided through a phone relay service.
Washington County Health and Human Services
Health and Human Services provides prevention, protection and support services and activities so that all people who live, work, study and play in Washington County can be healthy, well, self-sufficient and safe.
Washington County Library Services
Washington County libraries have lots of programs and events for kids.
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Washington County
All WIC services are free to those who qualify. The WIC program is here to help you and your family by providing:WIC promotes healthy eating for the whole family.