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ARC OF BENTON COUNTY
ADVOCACY AND RECREATION PROGRAMS
Provides advocacy and programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families who are seeking to exert their full civil rights in the community. Provides supported recreational opportunities, including art instruction, poetry classes, Lego Team, bowling, game night, dinner and a movie, etc. Monthly Activities Calendar posted on website. Helps individuals practice social skills in a small mixed group. The Employment Training Program hires people with developmental disabilities to work for 90 days in the toy department of our thrift store, learning transferable skills with a job coach.
928 NW Beca Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families

For recreational activities: Must be over age 15. If one-on-one assistance is required, individual must provide own staff.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
ARC OF SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES
The Arc provides training, counseling, education, resources, and advocacy. Services include vocational development, representative payee services for individuals, disability rights training, budgeting assistance, and legal guardianship assistance for individuals with developmental disabilities.
6511 NE 18th Street
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: People with developmental disabilities and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
CITY OF PORTLAND
CITY/COUNTY INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
Information and referral services to all City of Portland Bureaus, Multnomah County Departments, and other local government services. Also provides information about disability rights and resolves issues about ADA accessibility for the City of Portland.
1120 SW 5th Avenue
Suite 114
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
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
DISABILITY RIGHTS WASHINGTON
Works to advance the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities. Program pursues justice on matters related to human and legal rights and provides advocacy services to people with disabilities. DRW responds to requests for:
- Disability rights information and referrals
- Problem solving strategies for disability issues
- Community education and training
- Legal services for disability discrimination or violation of rights
DRW's legal resources are focused on major cases which will improve service systems for people with disabilities.
315 5th Avenue S
Suite 850
Seattle, WA 98104
Eligibility: People living in Washington State with any kind of disability
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS VA REGIONAL OFFICE OREGON
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
Assists veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other government agencies. Provides outreach concerning its program services to the public, as well as to disabled veterans and their families specifically.

Represents the interests of disabled veterans, their families, their widowed spouses, and their orphans before Congress, the White House, and the Judicial Branch, as well as state and local government. Extends DAV's mission of hope in communities in which veterans and their families live, through a network of state-level departments and local Chapters.

Provides a structure through which disabled veterans can express their compassion for fellow veterans through a variety of volunteer programs. The Disabled American Veterans' website includes links to listings of available jobs and job search resources for veterans.
100 SW Main Street
Room 258E
Portland, OR 97204
Eligibility: Veterans or dependents of veterans, especially those with disabilities
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-4pm, Wednesday 8am-noon
Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7pm
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS VA REGIONAL OFFICE WASHINGTON
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
Assists veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other government agencies. Provides Disability transport, Support groups, short term financial assistance, job searching assistance, and medicare information to disabled veterans and their families specifically.

Represents the interests of disabled veterans, their families, their widowed spouses, and their orphans before Congress, the White House, and the Judicial Branch, as well as state and local government. Extends DAV's mission of hope in communities in which veterans and their families live, through a network of state-level departments and local Chapters.

Provides a structure through which disabled veterans can express their compassion for fellow veterans through a variety of volunteer programs. The Disabled American Veterans' website includes links to listings of available jobs and job search resources for veterans.
915 2nd Avenue
Room 1040
Seattle, WA 98174
Eligibility: Veterans or dependents of veterans, especially those with disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 6am-1pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
Individual advocacy is delivered through direct services as described in a client's Independent Living Plan or in 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 (EOCIL)
INFORMATION SERVICES
Provides technical assistance, training modules, and dissemination of disability-related information for individuals, groups and Centers for Independent Living that focus on the advancement of the global Independent Living Movement.
1021 SW 5th Avenue
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
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 in 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 (EOCIL)
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PENDLETON
INFORMATION SERVICES
Provides technical assistance, training modules, and dissemination of disability-related information for individuals, groups and Centers for Independent Living that focus on the advancement of the global Independent Living Movement.
322 SW 3rd Avenue
Pendleton, OR 978012174
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
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 in 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
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING THE DALLES
INFORMATION SERVICES
Provides technical assistance, training modules, and dissemination of disability-related information for individuals, groups and Centers for Independent Living that focus on the advancement of the global Independent Living Movement.
400 E Scenic Drive
3rd Floor, Suite 2382
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
FAMILIES ENGAGING AND THRIVING TOGETHER
Provides support to families who have children with disabilities. Offers social events and trainings, as well as connections to resources and advocacy.
2930 NE Stephens Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-18 with physical, intellectual, or developmental disabilities
Hours: No standard hours
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND
Consumer organization of blind people working together to improve opportunities for the blind and the understanding of blindness by the general public. Helps blind and visually impaired individuals achieve independence and equality by providing information and referral, employment information, literature, scholarship programs, and a blindness-related adaptive equipment store. The Free White Cane Program provides rigid fiberglass canes.
200 E Wells Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Eligibility: Primarily blind and visually impaired individuals, but sighted persons may also join

Free White Cane Program: Must be blind or visually impaired, must be requesting the cane for personal use, and it must have been more than 6 months since a previous white cane request
Hours: Varies by chapter
National office: Monday-Friday 5am-2pm
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
Provides vocational rehabilitation, independent living skills training, career exploration and general counseling for legally blind adults. Also provides independent living services for visually impaired individuals. Includes orientation and mobility training, techniques of daily living, Braille, counseling, support groups, vocational training, job development, and transition services for blind high school students. Also offers a selection of adaptive items for people with visual impairments.
535 SE 12th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
Eligibility: Varies by service; adults certified legally blind or diagnosed with condition leading to blindness, or age 55 years and above and unable to drive or read newspaper with glasses. Age 55 and older for independent living services.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
OREGON DISABILITIES COMMISSION (ODC)
The Oregon Disabilities Commission: identifies and hears the concerns of individuals with disabilities and uses the information to prioritize public policy issues which should be addressed, educates and advises the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Governor, the Legislative Assembly and appropriate state agency administrators on how public policy can be improved to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities.
500 Summer Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
OREGON STATE REHABILITATION COUNCIL (SRC)
The purpose of the Oregon State Rehabilitation Council is to provide the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) with an external, consumer-oriented perspective. The Council advises VR on the needs of Oregonians with disabilities concerning programs, policy, services and other issues.
500 Summer Street NE
Suite E87
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: See website for meeting schedule
PAVE
PARENT TRAINING AND INFORMATION CENTER (PTI)
Provides support, training, information, and resources to empower youth, families, and individuals with disabilities. Assists with educating families and individauls on rights and responsibilities within education systems as well as obtaining evaluations or meetings with schools concerning special education.
6316 S 12th Street
Suite B
Tacoma, WA 98465
Eligibility: Parents of students with disabilities and special education professionals
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
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
ARC OF BENTON COUNTY
ADVOCACY AND RECREATION PROGRAMS
CITY OF PORTLAND
CITY/COUNTY INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
DISABILITY RIGHTS OREGON
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS VA REGIONAL OFFICE OREGON
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
INDIVIDUAL AND SYSTEMS ADVOCACY
FAMILIES ENGAGING AND THRIVING TOGETHER
FAMILIES ENGAGING AND THRIVING TOGETHER
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
OREGON STATE COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON DISABILITIES COMMISSION (ODC)
OREGON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
OREGON STATE REHABILITATION COUNCIL (SRC)
SPOKES UNLIMITED
ADVOCACY