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ALBERTINA KERR CENTERS
ALBERTINA KERR CAMPUS FOR CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
Resource center for families raising a child with mental health and behavioral challenges. Offers peer support, family activities, events, a resource library (including access to online resources), and workshops provided by other family members who have had similar experiences and professionals in the mental health field.
722 NE 162nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97230
Eligibility: Families raising a child with mental health, behavioral challenges, and/or developmental disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
ARC LANE COUNTY
THE ARC FAMILIES CONNECTED
Families Connected is a parent-led organization that helps families on their journey of raising a child (birth to 18 years) with a disability. Families Connected helps reduce isolation and build community connections for families. Familias en Conexion provides peer support to parents who speak Spanish.
4181 E Street
Springfield, OR 97478
Eligibility: Families raising a child with intellectual or developmental disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm with some weekend and evening hours depending on planned activities
BABY BLUES CONNECTION
PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM SUPPORT RESOURCES
Baby Blues Connection provides support, information and resources to women and families coping with pregnancy and postpartum mood disorders. Services include 24-hour phone support, parent to parent support groups in multiple locations, partner support for family members who want to support someone coping with postpartum depression or anxiety, and resource packets emailed/mailed at no cost.
PO Box 33128
Portland, OR 97292
Eligibility: Women, men, and non-biological parents experiencing any kind of perinatal mood disorders; and their family members
Hours: Phone support: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
See website for support group meeting times and locations.
BLACK PARENT INITIATIVE
BLACK FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER/PARENT UNIVERSITY
Provides culturally specific services and information to promote optimal health. On site food and child care available for scheduled events.
Direct services include:
-Parenting support and educational services aimed at mobilizing Black parents to ensure their children achieve educational excellence
-Employment services: development, placement, and support
-Family Literacy and STEAM fairs
-Cultivating Culture: Gardening and healthy eating program
-Advocacy for African American families with young children in need of early intervention/early childhood special education
-Parent University classes and experiences focused on: Parental Engagement in Children's Education, Effective Parenting, and all areas of optimal health- intellectual, physical, emotional, spiritual, socio-economic, and relationship
2915 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97212
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Classes: usually held Thursday nights. Visit website for class calendar.
BLACK PARENT INITIATIVE
HOME VISITING/DOULA SERVICES
Culturally specific doula and home visiting support services starting at early pregnancy through age 3. Program elements include:
- Nutrition and physical activity promotion
- Community Birth Celebrations- building social supports and connections with elder mentors
- Sacred Roots full circle doula services- early pre-natal through postpartum
- Together We Can (TWC) home visiting- focused on cultural identity, parenting, family stability, child development, and economic stability
- Ubuntu group services focused on optimal health
- Parent-Child interaction and engagement groups
2915 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97212
Eligibility: Sacred Roots Doula services available to any pregnant Black woman/family
Together We Can Home Visiting services available to any parent (ages teen - 30) of a Black or bi-racial child birth-3 years old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
BRIDGING COMMUNITIES
Provides parent-to-parent mentoring, trainings, workshops, events, parent meetings, virtual meeting spaces, and advocacy to families with children experiencing disabilities.
100 E Main Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Families with a child or children experiencing a disability
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER FOREST GROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT
FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGER
The Family Resource Manager provides one-on-one information and referrals to families about early learning, parenting support, basic needs, and health. Provides information about and hosts play groups, parenting classes, and early learning workshops. In class, parents have an opportunity to interact with each other and boost their parenting skills while learning nurturing strategies to support their children at home and in school.
200 N 14th Avenue
Cornelius, OR 97113
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-6
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
ELYSIUM SANCTUARY
GUARDIAN CIRCLE
Provides outreach, connections to training opportunities, and resources for those interested in becoming a resource (foster) parent, respite provider or babysitter. There are virtual support groups to share experiences, resources, and engage in self-care.
Confidential Mailing Address
Eligibility: Varies by service
Hours: Not applicable
ELYSIUM SANCTUARY
FAMILY FUN
Organizes events, activities, and other opportunities for foster youth and families to connect with each other and other families.
Confidential Mailing Address
Eligibility: Resource (Foster) Families
Hours: Not applicable
FACT OREGON
FACT FAMILY NETWORK
Provides support to caretakers, parents, siblings or anyone else that has a family member experiencing a disability by providing peer-delivered supports, knowledge and resources.
2475 SE Ladd Avenue
Suite 430
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Caretakers, parents, siblings or anyone else that has a family member experiencing a disability
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
FOSTERCLUB
FOSTER PARENT ONLINE TRAINING
Foster Parent Online Training is a subscription-based service allowing foster parents and other supportive adults and/or child welfare professionals to take interactive educational modules for credit. Contact your local agency to ensure that credits earned through this educational opportunity will be accepted.
620 S Holladay Drive
#1
Seaside, OR 97138
Eligibility: Foster parents, supportive adults and/or child welfare professionals.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
IMPACT NW
IMPACT NW BRENTWOOD-DARLINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER
EARLY CHILDHOOD FATHERING PROJECT
Connects fathers with their children, other fathers, and the community through weekly father-child interaction groups and monthly outings designed to increase confidence and skills as fathers and father figures. All services are provided by fathers.
7211 SE 62nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97206
Eligibility: Fathers and father figures with children under age 5
Hours: Hours vary
LANE EARLY LEARNING ALLIANCE
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS
Locator tool with list of Family Resource Centers by school district. Provides a range of services and support to families with children, including child literacy groups and story times, playgroups, assistance with accessing school personnel, parent education, parent literacy and computer support, and other drop-in services for families and children. Some locations may offer children's clothing and other supplies.
3171 Gateway Loop
Springfield, OR 97477
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Varies by site
MORRISON CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
MORRISON CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ABC
PARENT MENTOR PROGRAM
Parent Mentor Program is a program of Parents Anonymous Oregon. Provides peer mentoring to parents impacted by addiction who are involved in DHS-Child Welfare and criminal justice systems. Parents are matched with Parent Mentors who have faced and conquered similar challenges. Mentors help parents to stay on track, work through the child welfare system, complete substance abuse treatment, learn positive parenting skills, build self-esteem, and develop advocacy skills. Mentors help parents connect to the recovery community and ultimately return to parenting clean and sober. They can work with parents throughout the length of their child welfare case, thereby providing the on-going support and validation.
7820 NE Holman Street
Suite B5
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Available to any parent who:
-Has an open Child Welfare case due to substance abuse
-Is currently in treatment for substance abuse
-Is reuniting with their children after successful treatment
Hours: Message line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
NORTHWEST DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION AND NORTHWEST DISABILITY SUPPORT
RECIPROCAL LEARNING COMMUNITY
Network of families, educators and health professionals who help parents of children with Down syndrome become informed, empowered experts on their children’s development and wellness. Parents, with the assistance of an advisory board of professionals, choose the topics and plan each session. All sessions are research-based and utilize current best practices. Concurrent childcare sessions, run by qualified professionals with the help of volunteers, provide activities for children that are relevant to that session's content. Each RLC concludes with a catered lunch and time to build community with presenters and other families and professionals.

Topics covered include nutrition, behavior and positive behavior support plans, literacy, the father’s perspective, person-centered planning, preparing for meetings with school personnel, sensory procession, child development and more.
11611 NE Ainsworth Circle
Suite 321
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Families of children with developmental disabilities
Hours: Sessions take place on Saturday mornings - see website for schedule
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK INC
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides support and advocacy for families with children who have mental, emotional, or behavior-related disorders. Offers family support groups, family game nights, and other groups in many counties across Oregon. Also offers learning support and help developing advocacy skills. Free childcare available during support group sessions.

Contracts with different agencies in different areas. This means that program and service offerings vary between locations. Please call the main office for details on availability in each county.
1300 Broadway Street NE
Suite 403
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Families with children who have mental, emotional, or behavior-related disorders
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK INC
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK LANE COUNTY
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides support and advocacy for families with children who have mental, emotional, or behavior-related disorders. Offers family support groups, family game nights, and other groups in many counties across Oregon. Also offers learning support and help developing advocacy skills. Free childcare available during support group sessions.

Contracts with different agencies in different areas. This means that program and service offerings vary between locations. Please call the main office for details on availability in each county.
72A Centennial Loop
Suite 150
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Families with children who have mental, emotional, or behavior-related disorders
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY TO FAMILY HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
Oregon Family to Family Health information Center (OR F2F HIC) operates a call-in center for family members of children and youth with special needs and chronic health conditions (developmental and emotional disabilities, behavioral problems, and chronic physical illnesses) and professionals who serve them. The center specializes in providing information and resources related to health information, health care access, and special needs systems and supports. All calls are confidential.

Families may also request to be placed on an email or postal mailing list to receive regular correspondence about issues of importance to children and youth with special needs in Oregon.
707 SW Gaines Street
Portland, OR 97239
Eligibility: Family members of children and/or youth (ages 26 and younger) with special physical, emotional, behavioral, or mental health needs, including those who are at risk or suspected of having a special need. The child/youth does not have to have a diagnosed condition.

Family to Family does not require documentation to prove citizenship to receive services.
Hours: Message line available 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
OREGON POST ADOPTION RESOURCE CENTER
TRAINING CALENDARS
Training Calendar provides information on upcoming parent support groups, parenting classes, and educational events for DHS post-adoptive families, assisted guardianship families, and Oregon families who have adopted through any state child welfare system.
6443 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway
Suite 205
Portland, OR 97221
Eligibility: Oregon DHS adoptive and assisted guardianship families, or families who have adopted through any state foster care system
Hours: Varies by training course
SQUIRES
SQUIRES KNIGHT
Squires Knight is a safe place for young fathers to connect with other young fathers, access resources, and enjoy free pizza.
Eligibility: Fathers or fathers-to-be under age 25
Hours: September-June, It is 3rd Thursday of the month starting at 6:30pm. Summer hours vary; check Faceboook for location information.
SWAPNPLAY COMMUNITY SHARING INC
ST JOHNS SWAPNPLAY
Provides member families a year-round indoor/outdoor play space to develop community with other families. The swap shop fosters community building for families and allows them to exchange children's goods, such as clothing and toys.
7535 N Chicago Avenue
Portland, OR 97203
Eligibility: Families with youth ages 0-7, older siblings welcome
Hours: By appointment only
ALBERTINA KERR CENTERS
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
ARC LANE COUNTY
THE ARC FAMILIES CONNECTED
BABY BLUES CONNECTION
PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM SUPPORT RESOURCES
BLACK PARENT INITIATIVE
BLACK FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER/PARENT UNIVERSITY
BRIDGING COMMUNITIES
BRIDGING COMMUNITIES
EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER FOREST GROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT
FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGER
FACT OREGON
FACT FAMILY NETWORK
FOSTERCLUB
FOSTER PARENT ONLINE TRAINING
IMPACT NW
EARLY CHILDHOOD FATHERING PROJECT
LANE EARLY LEARNING ALLIANCE
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS
MORRISON CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
PARENT MENTOR PROGRAM
NORTHWEST DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION AND NORTHWEST DISABILITY SUPPORT
RECIPROCAL LEARNING COMMUNITY
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK INC
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK INC
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY TO FAMILY HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
OREGON FAMILY TO FAMILY HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
OREGON POST ADOPTION RESOURCE CENTER
TRAINING CALENDARS
SWAPNPLAY COMMUNITY SHARING INC
ST JOHNS SWAPNPLAY