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ARC LANE COUNTY
THE ARC OF LANE COUNTY
Provides support and services to help people who experience intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
4181 E Street
Springfield, OR 97478
Eligibility: Individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
ARC OF MID COLUMBIA
ADVOCACY
Provides advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities.
PO Box 521
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: People with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
ARC PORTLAND METRO
ADULT PROGRAM SERVICES: CLUB IMPACT
Provides information/referral assistance for adults and families with intellectual & developmental disabilities. Assistance with life management skills, arranging and managing community services, receiving financial entitlement programs based on disability, and managing individual income and budget. Provides assistance and referral to meet residential/housing needs, vocational needs, health and mental health needs, socialization and self-advocacy needs, legal referral, and general counseling: weekly social activities and health and wellness programming.
6929 NE Halsey Street
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Age 18 and older, primary diagnosis of intellectual and/or developmental disability.
Hours: Monday 6pm-8pm
ARC UMATILLA COUNTY
Provides connections to resources such as case management services, assistance with advocacy, disability awareness training, education, recreational programs, and vocational training.
215 W Orchard Avenue
Hermiston, OR 97838
Eligibility: Individuals who have intellectual and developmental disablities and their families
Hours: Monday 9am-noon

Message line 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CANDLELIGHTERS FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER
Offers support, education, advocacy, activities, and a camp for families whose children have or have had cancer. Works through all the stages: discovery, diagnosis, treatment, and remission, and can also help with other issues, such as those that arise when a child dies. Will immediately connect new members with another family that has been through a similar experience.
10070 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway
Suite 360
Beaverton, OR 97005
Eligibility: Children ages 0-21 who currently have or have had cancer and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
Provides advocacy and limited legal services to people with disabilities. DRO's individual advocacy focuses on providing callers with information and materials about their rights to help them advocate for themselves. Occasionally, Disability Rights Oregon will engage in litigation to protect the rights of Oregonians under applicable federal and state laws.

DRO DOES NOT provide the following services:
-Representation in criminal or family law matters
-Help finding employment, housing, or financial assistance
-Case management
-Assistance for short term disability issues
-Transportation to doctor's office
-Applying for or appealing denial of Social Security disability benefits
-Estates and trusts
-Becoming the guardian of a person with a disability
-Out-of-state issues
-Workers' compensation
-Medical malpractice or personal injury
-Consumer or bankruptcy issues
-Anything that is not the wish of the person with the disability
511 SW 10th Avenue
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities who have legal issues related to their disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1pm-5pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
Individual advocacy is delivered through direct services as described in a client's Independent Living Plan or self-directed goals. May include assisting a person who feels they have been discriminated against by identifying action steps to follow to resolve the issue, training on self-empowerment and responsibility, or requesting an accommodation that enhances participation and independence.

Systems advocacy is provided by staff, volunteers, and the board of directors. Issues include, but are not limited to, equal opportunities for housing, transportation, employment, and access to community activities and public services.
1021 SW 5th Avenue
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Individuals with significant physical, sensory, cognitive, or mental disabilities and their families. Disabilities include:

-Physical or orthopedic disabilities
-Psychiatric disabilities
-Learning or developmental disabilities
-Hyperactivity or concentration difficulties (ADD or ADHD)
-Brain injuries caused by accident or stroke
-Blindness or nearsightedness
-Deafness or being hard of hearing
-Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) or environmental illness (EI)
-HIV/AIDS
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING BURNS
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
Individual advocacy is delivered through direct services as described in a client's Independent Living Plan or self-directed goals. May include assisting a person who feels they have been discriminated against by identifying action steps to follow to resolve the issue, training on self-empowerment and responsibility, or requesting an accommodation that enhances participation and independence.

Systems advocacy is provided by staff, volunteers, and the board of directors. Issues include, but are not limited to, equal opportunities for housing, transportation, employment, and access to community activities and public services.
51 W Washington
Burns, OR 97720
Eligibility: Individuals with significant physical, sensory, cognitive, or mental disabilities and their families. Disabilities include:

-Physical or orthopedic disabilities
-Psychiatric disabilities
-Learning or developmental disabilities
-Hyperactivity or concentration difficulties (ADD or ADHD)
-Brain injuries caused by accident or stroke
-Blindness or nearsightedness
-Deafness or being hard of hearing
-Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) or environmental illness (EI)
-HIV/AIDS
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PENDLETON
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
Individual advocacy is delivered through direct services as described in a client's Independent Living Plan or self-directed goals. May include assisting a person who feels they have been discriminated against by identifying action steps to follow to resolve the issue, training on self-empowerment and responsibility, or requesting an accommodation that enhances participation and independence.

Systems advocacy is provided by staff, volunteers, and the board of directors. Issues include, but are not limited to, equal opportunities for housing, transportation, employment, and access to community activities and public services.
322 SW 3rd Avenue
Pendleton, OR 978012174
Eligibility: Individuals with significant physical, sensory, cognitive, or mental disabilities and their families. Disabilities include:

-Physical or orthopedic disabilities
-Psychiatric disabilities
-Learning or developmental disabilities
-Hyperactivity or concentration difficulties (ADD or ADHD)
-Brain injuries caused by accident or stroke
-Blindness or nearsightedness
-Deafness or being hard of hearing
-Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) or environmental illness (EI)
-HIV/AIDS
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING THE DALLES
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
Individual advocacy is delivered through direct services as described in a client's Independent Living Plan or self-directed goals. May include assisting a person who feels they have been discriminated against by identifying action steps to follow to resolve the issue, training on self-empowerment and responsibility, or requesting an accommodation that enhances participation and independence.

Systems advocacy is provided by staff, volunteers, and the board of directors. Issues include, but are not limited to, equal opportunities for housing, transportation, employment, and access to community activities and public services.
400 E Scenic Drive
3rd Floor, Suite 2382
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Individuals with significant physical, sensory, cognitive, or mental disabilities and their families. Disabilities include:

-Physical or orthopedic disabilities
-Psychiatric disabilities
-Learning or developmental disabilities
-Hyperactivity or concentration difficulties (ADD or ADHD)
-Brain injuries caused by accident or stroke
-Blindness or nearsightedness
-Deafness or being hard of hearing
-Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) or environmental illness (EI)
-HIV/AIDS
Hours: No standard hours
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES
Provides independent living services to individuals, family members, and care providers. The four core services include advocacy, information and referral, peer counseling, and skills training. Also offers support groups and recreation activities.
1839 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232
Eligibility: Persons with disabilities
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8:30am-5pm, Wednesday 12:30pm-5pm
LANE INDEPENDENT LIVING ALLIANCE
LILA
Programs and services include: Information and Referral, Peer Mentoring, Mental Health Support Groups, Peer Counseling, Mental Health Peer Support Club, Disability Navigators (employment), The WIN Program (Benefit Coordination), Social Security benefits application assistance, and advocacy.

Mental Health Peer Support Club is located at 990 Oak Street.
20 E 13th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Anyone with a disability
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-2pm
LIFE WORKS
ARC OF COWLITZ COUNTY
Provides advocacy, training, and support to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
906 New York Street
Longview, WA 98632
Eligibility: Individuals with developmental disabilities and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides peer support to parents/caregivers, who are raising children and youth who are in need of emotional, mental, behavioral health, and other health supports. Support includes one-to-one peer support, resource and system navigation, support groups, training opportunities, and advocacy support.
4275 Commercial Street SE
Suite 180
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers who are raising children and youth, who experience emotional, mental or behavioral health, or other health needs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK MID OREGON
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides peer support to parents/caregivers, who are raising children and youth who are in need of emotional, mental, behavioral health, and other health supports. Support includes one-to-one peer support, resource and system navigation, support groups, training opportunities, and advocacy support.
4275 Commercial Street Se
#180
Salem, OR 97302
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers who are raising children and youth, who experience emotional, mental or behavioral health, or other health needs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK NORTH OREGON
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides peer support to parents/caregivers, who are raising children and youth who are in need of emotional, mental, behavioral health, and other health supports. Support includes one-to-one peer support, resource and system navigation, support groups, training opportunities, and advocacy support.
7110 SW Fir Loop
Suite 160
Tigard, OR 97223
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers who are raising children and youth, who experience emotional, mental or behavioral health, or other health needs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK REACH OUT OREGON
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides peer support to parents/caregivers, who are raising children and youth who are in need of emotional, mental, behavioral health, and other health supports. Support includes one-to-one peer support, resource and system navigation, support groups, training opportunities, and advocacy support.
PO Box 4322
Salem, OR 97302
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers who are raising children and youth, who experience emotional, mental or behavioral health, or other health needs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK SOUTH OREGON
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
Provides peer support to parents/caregivers, who are raising children and youth who are in need of emotional, mental, behavioral health, and other health supports. Support includes one-to-one peer support, resource and system navigation, support groups, training opportunities, and advocacy support.
72A Centennial Loop
Suite 150
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Parents and caregivers who are raising children and youth, who experience emotional, mental or behavioral health, or other health needs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
SPOKES UNLIMITED
ADVOCACY
Through individual advocacy, teaches individuals with disabilities to become effective advocates for themselves and others. Staff members provide systems advocacy by working to effect changes in the public and private sectors. Does not provide legal advice.
1006 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 9am-11:30am
THE ARC OREGON
GUARDIANSHIP, ADVOCACY, AND PLANNING SERVICES
Provides guardianship, advocacy, and health care advocacy services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through a testamentary nomination in their will, families can plan for services upon their passing. GAPS also accepts referrals for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities that have no one else in their lives and need protection from abusive or neglectful situations.
2405 Front Street NE
Suite 120
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
DISABILITY SERVICES
Supports people with disabilities, their families and loved ones by providing Information and Referral, Peer Mentoring/Supports, Independent Living Skills Training, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Life Transition Services, and Dial-A-Ride.
736 SE Jackson Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Individuals with disabilities and their families/support networks
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm, Friday 9am-2pm
ARC LANE COUNTY
THE ARC OF LANE COUNTY
ARC OF MID COLUMBIA
ADVOCACY
ARC PORTLAND METRO
ADULT PROGRAM SERVICES: CLUB IMPACT
ARC UMATILLA COUNTY
ARC UMATILLA COUNTY
CANDLELIGHTERS FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER
CANDLELIGHTERS FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCES
LANE INDEPENDENT LIVING ALLIANCE
LILA
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
OREGON FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
COMMUNITY SUPPORTS
SPOKES UNLIMITED
ADVOCACY
THE ARC OREGON
GUARDIANSHIP, ADVOCACY, AND PLANNING SERVICES
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
DISABILITY SERVICES