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211INFO
211INFO RESOURCE PARENT SUPPORT
Offers support, resource referral, and additional after-hours support for foster parents.
Eligibility: Any foster parent with an Oregon DHS Child Welfare case or in the Oregon Foster Care System
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
AFRICAN YOUTH AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
UPLIFT
Provides tutoring and academic support by helping youth and families navigate complex academic systems. Also provides leadership training, culturally-specific mentorship, and athletics.
2110 SE 82nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97216
Eligibility: Serves predominantly immigrant and refugee youth ages 9-26
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday by appointment only
ANTFARM
AXIS LEARNING CENTER
AntFarm's Axis Learning Center is a youth education center with academic and youth support services. The Learning Center has 13 computers to create and facilitate learning and access to information. Assisting young people with completion of high school, establishment of educational goals, and movement towards college and/or work readiness are core services offered. Community members offer support through tutoring, mentoring, community volunteering, job-skills training, supported employment, and assisting young people with problem solving and critical thinking skills.
39140 Proctor Boulevard
Sandy, OR 97055
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF CORVALLIS
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Provides a positive space for youth grades K-12, to engage in fun and empowering programs, such as leadership and community service, academic enrichment, workforce training, performing and visual arts, camps, and personal health and fitness. After-school programs provide opportunities for homework help and tutoring, college and job readiness, youth employment, volunteering, and mentoring. Offer arts and sciences programs, drop-in activities, and more.
1112 NW Circle Boulevard
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Ages 5-18
Hours: Hours vary by activity. Regular after-school programming Monday-Friday after school until 6pm.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF EMERALD VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
Provides a positive space for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs, such as leadership and community service, academic enrichment, workforce training, performing and visual arts, and personal health and fitness.
1545 W 22nd Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: Ages 6-18
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
GRANTS PASS BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Boys and Girls Club provides a positive and safe place for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs, that help them achieve academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship. After-school and summer programs for youth grades K-12.
203 SE 9th Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: School-aged youth grades K-12
Hours: Monday-Friday 2:30pm-6pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
ILLINOIS VALLEY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Boys and Girls Club provides a positive and safe place for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs, that help them achieve academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship. After-school and summer programs for youth grades K-12.
24535 Redwood Highway
Kerby, OR 97531
Eligibility: School-aged youth grades K-12
Hours: After-school hours: Monday-Friday 2:15pm-6:30pm
Summer and non-school hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
TALENT BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
Boys and Girls Club provides a positive and safe place for youth to engage in fun and empowering programs, that help them achieve academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship. After-school and summer programs for youth grades K-12.
307 W Wagner Creek Road
Room 14
Talent, OR 97540
Eligibility: School-aged youth grades K-12
Hours: Monday-Friday: 2:30pm-6pm
BRIDGEWAY HOUSE
Bridgeway House offers developmental therapies and supports to families with children affected by autism and related disabilities. Programs for children include in-home occupational and speech therapy, social groups, classes, and tutoring. Services for families include parent support groups, parent/child activity groups, parenting classes, and specialized information and referral. Agency also operates Bridgeway School.
555 E 15th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Families with children living with autism and related disabilities
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
CANBY CENTER
EDUCATION SERVICES
Provides after school tutoring, reading mentors, and finance, cooking, and sewing life skills classes. Computers and printers are available for job seeking purposes.
681 SW 2nd Avenue
Canby, OR 97013
Eligibility: Grades K-12 for after school tutoring, unrestricted for all other programs
Hours: Center hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-5pm
After school tutoring by appointment: Monday 3pm-4pm, Wednesday 2pm-4pm
Sewing classes: 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month 9:00am-10:30am
Reading mentors: By appointment
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOOP! MCMINNVILLE SKILL CENTER
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
Provides educational and vocational opportunities for youth and young adults including...

- Pre-employment training and Rethinking Careers Workshops, where participants learn the soft skills necessary to seek, gain, and maintain a job
- GED preparation classes, where participants receive tutoring to help them pass the GED exam
- Assistance applying for college, as well as FAFSA and other student aid assistance
- Assistance obtaining documentation (i.e., ID card, Social Security card, birth certificate)
- Training and education opportunities for enrollment in the Oregon Registry for participants who wish to become self-employed or seek employment as a child care professional

Children and babies are welcome at both Yoop! locations. Child care is not provided at the Skill Centers, but Yoop! can help with child care vouchers.
117 NE 5th Street
Suite H
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Must meet income guidelines. Youth with children and babies are welcome.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOOP! NEWBERG SKILL CENTER
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
Provides educational and vocational opportunities for youth and young adults including...

- Pre-employment training and Rethinking Careers Workshops, where participants learn the soft skills necessary to seek, gain, and maintain a job
- GED preparation classes, where participants receive tutoring to help them pass the GED exam
- Assistance applying for college, as well as FAFSA and other student aid assistance
- Assistance obtaining documentation (i.e., ID card, Social Security card, birth certificate)
- Training and education opportunities for enrollment in the Oregon Registry for participants who wish to become self-employed or seek employment as a child care professional

Children and babies are welcome at both Yoop! locations. Child care is not provided at the Skill Centers, but Yoop! can help with child care vouchers.
100 E 5th Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 16-24. Must meet income guidelines. Youth with children and babies are welcome.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
IFOSTER
FOSTER YOUTH RESOURCES
An online resource for foster and former foster youth to access programs that help provide various services.
PO Box 159
Truckee, CA 96160
Eligibility: -Former and current foster children ages 16-24 (older accepted)
-Current foster, kinship, and crossover youth
-Former foster, kinship, and crossover youth
Hours: Varies by program
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
Culturally and linguistically specific after-school activities, tutoring, youth academic advocacy, and parent engagement and education. Engages parents in group activities and provides in-home tutoring to support students' academic achievement.
10301 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO AFRICA HOUSE
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
Culturally and linguistically specific after-school activities, tutoring, youth academic advocacy, and parent engagement and education. Engages parents in group activities and provides in-home tutoring to support students' academic achievement.
709 NE 102nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO ASIAN FAMILY CENTER
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
Culturally and linguistically specific after-school activities, tutoring, youth academic advocacy, and parent engagement and education. Engages parents in group activities and provides in-home tutoring to support students' academic achievement.
8040 NE Sandy Boulevard
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMPACT NW
IMPACT NW BRENTWOOD-DARLINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
SYAP fosters academic achievement by providing school-linked, age-appropriate, and culturally specific academic support that includes activities such as tutoring, mentoring, reading club, gender groups, and conflict resolution classes; case management, family engagement, and skill-building groups. This program is part of the SUN Service System.

Services are delivered at community and school sites to youth attending regular and/or alternative schools. Focus is intended to help youth remain in or return to school.
7211 SE 62nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97206
Eligibility: SYAP provides services for families and youth ages 12-17 who are at risk of academic failure.
Hours: Hours vary
LANE EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
CHIFIN NATIVE YOUTH CENTER
INDIAN EDUCATION PROGRAM
Offers learning, leadership, and cultural activities that engage Native youth and support a positive cultural identity. Provides culturally appropriate educational support to Native students, including tutoring and credit recovery, and supports Native families’ involvement in students’ education.
1084 G Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Eligibility: Native American and Alaska Native students and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY LIBRARY
HOMEWORK CENTER
The Homework Center includes online research database information on various topics; live homework help from tutor.com for paper proofreading, math help, PSAT practice questions, and study guides; and live tutoring in Spanish as a foreign language.
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Live one-on-one help: 7 days per week In English and Spanish noon-midnight and 3pm-9pm in Vietnamese
NAACP EUGENE-SPRINGFIELD
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Provides academic and social supports necessary to enter school ready to learn, to stay motivated to graduate from high school and/or college, and to be prepared for career success. The program aims to improve student achievement by reducing absenteeism, providing cultural awareness and increasing parent involvement.
330 High Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Open to students K-12, with emphasis on communities of color and households who qualify for free and reduced lunches. Parents are required to participate in Parent Council once per month.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
TUTORING AND LEARNING CENTER
Offers one-on-one after-school tutoring services. Youth Advocates, college-level volunteers, and community members help students with their homework and other school-related projects. Volunteers can also tutor students who are struggling in a specific subject area. Students have access to a computer lab. Dinner is served every afternoon.

Students who regularly participate in tutoring services are eligible to participate in field trips. Transportation is available on a limited basis for middle and elementary school students.
5135 NE Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Grades K-12 attending a public school. Primarily serves self-identified Native Americans.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 3pm-6pm
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
EDUCATIONAL YOUTH ADVOCACY AND ENGAGEMENT
Advocates work with students and their families to create measurable goals based on the 4 quadrants of the Relational Worldview Model: Mind, Body, Spirit, and Context. The program includes:
-Wraparound case management and advocacy services
-College visitations, life skills workshops, employment skill-building, and scholarship/financial aid workshops
-School-based tutoring and after-school homework support
-Building culturally relevant skills and increasing cultural pride and identity
-Incentives, stipends, summer meals, meals during the school year, after-school snacks, clothing, hygiene items, school supply vouchers, and monetary assistance for participating youth
5135 NE Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: -Portland Public School District: K-12th grade self-identified Native American youth
-Successful Families 2020: K-12th grade self-identified Native American youth enrolled in select schools within David Douglas and Reynolds school districts.
-SUN Youth Advocacy: 5th-10th grade self-identified Native American youth enrolled in select schools within Centennial, David Douglas, Gresham-Barlow, Parkrose, Portlad Public, and Reynolds school districts.
OR
Region 3: 5th-10th grade any race/ethnicity enrolled in the following schools: Alice Ott Middle, Cherry Park Elementary, Gilbert Heights Elementary, Gilbert Park Elementary, Parkrose High, Parkrose Middle, Prescott Elementary, Sacramento Elementary, and Shaver Elementary
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm, some evening hours for events
OUTSIDE IN
OUTSIDE IN EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER
Offers GED preparation and testing, GED/high school credit recovery and tutoring that is Portland Public School accredited, work readiness training, job search help, resume help, college preparation, and help with post-secondary education and training. "Urban Ed" is a drop-in, student-centered alternative school for youth who have dropped out or are at risk of dropping out of school. Work experiences are available at the Virginia Woof (VW) Dog Daycare and Youth Job Training Program. Child care is also available for established clients.
1195 SW 11th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 17-24 who are low-income, homeless, or at risk of homelessness
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm, Wednesday/Friday 10am-1pm
PDX PARENT
PDXPARENT.COM
Community events calendar, magazine and website provides information about parent support groups, children's playgroups, family activities and enrichment, camps and listings of kid-friendly events in Portland.
Website
Eligibility: Eligibility varies by event, activity, or class
Hours: Varies by event
PEOPLE'S COLLECTIVE
HOMEWORK HELP
Provides homework assistance for students. Assistance is available in all subjects other than foreign languages. The facility also provides a cultural library, a computer learning lab, an art zone and a youth lounge.
1695 Jefferson Street
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Grades K-12
Hours: Varies by service
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
Fosters academic achievement by providing school-linked, age-appropriate, and culturally specific academic support (activities such as tutoring, mentoring, reading club, gender groups, and conflict resolution classes), case management, family engagement, and skill-building groups. This program is part of the SUN Service System. Provides services for youth and their families so that youth remain in or return to school. These services are delivered at community and school sites to youth attending regular and/or alternative schools who are at risk of academic failure. Formerly known as the Social and Support Services for Educational Success program (SSSES).

Youth Services are offered during a six-week summer program, four one-week summer camps, and an eight-week summer basketball league.
3920 N Kerby Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
Eligibility: Ages 11-17 and their families
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-6pm
SENIOR COMPANIONS AND FOSTER GRANDPARENTS
SENIOR COMPANION AND FOSTER GRANDPARENTS PROGRAM OF EASTERN AND CENTRAL OREGON
Senior Companion Volunteers provide services to adults needing simple companionship or special assistance (including transportation, visitation, client advocacy, and light housekeeping). Volunteers receive a stipend of $4.00 per hour for each hour of service, mileage reimbursement for program-related activities, and training, orientation, and recognition. Foster Grandparent Volunteers assist designated school children with reading and math skills. Also, assist pre-school age youth with pre-reading skill development and socialization.
221 S Main Street
Suite 4
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: To volunteer:
-Age 55 and older and in good health
-Ability to pass State and FBI background checks
-Meet income guidelines:
1 person $2,430 monthly
2 person $3,287 monthly
3 person $4,413 monthly
4 person $5,000 monthly
Medical, dental, and prescription drug bills, and health insurance costs can be consider when determining eligibility. Actual amounts (x 50%) of medical, dental, and health insurance costs will be considered as an offset when determining entrance eligibility.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
SOUTHERN OREGON HEAD START
LISTO FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM MEDFORD
LISTO FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM
LISTO is a family literacy program that provides adult English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and adult basic education for parents. Children participate in the program with their parents by attending developmentally appropriate classes and getting homework help and Spanish reading support.
1001 Beall Lane
Central Point, OR 97502
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-15
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 5:30pm-8pm
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
PROJECT LITERACY
Tutoring and adult literacy program that offers one-on-one and small group instruction in reading, writing, GED preparation, and English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.
736 SE Jackson Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Adults with disabilities and adults who identify as having low literacy skills
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm
WINSTON AREA COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
WINSTON TEEN CENTER
Supervised out-of-school-time youth center where teens can participate in academic enrichment activities, including the Teen Cuisine culinary program, a learning garden, Science Action Club, a theatre/drama club, and the Youth Entrepreneur Success youth-run business. Also provides homework assistance, computers, board games, game consoles, and a pool table. A daily meal is provided through the USDA food program. Art program is available during the summer.
440 SE Grape Avenue
Winston, OR 97496
Eligibility: Grades 6-12 or ages 11-18
Hours: School year: Monday-Thursday 2:30pm-5:30pm, Friday noon-5:00pm (closed major holidays)
Spring Break and Summer: Monday-Friday noon-5:00pm
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH SERVICES
YOUTH OUTREACH (YO) SERVICES
Provides youth recreation and activities, including games, computer lab, support and skill groups, mental health services, academic support, youth job skill development, and services for at-risk and runaway/ homeless youth.
719 E 1st Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Ages 11-21
Hours: Drop in Center: Monday-Friday noon-8pm
Runaway/Homeless Youth HelpLine 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
AFRICAN YOUTH AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
UPLIFT
ANTFARM
AXIS LEARNING CENTER
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF CORVALLIS
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF EMERALD VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF THE ROGUE VALLEY
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
BRIDGEWAY HOUSE
BRIDGEWAY HOUSE
CANBY CENTER
EDUCATION SERVICES
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
CHEHALEM YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (YOOP)
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
YOUTH ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND PARENT ENGAGEMENT
IMPACT NW
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
LANE EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
INDIAN EDUCATION PROGRAM
NAACP EUGENE-SPRINGFIELD
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
TUTORING AND LEARNING CENTER
OUTSIDE IN
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTER
PEOPLE'S COLLECTIVE
HOMEWORK HELP
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
SUN YOUTH ADVOCACY PROGRAM (SYAP)
SENIOR COMPANIONS AND FOSTER GRANDPARENTS
SENIOR COMPANION AND FOSTER GRANDPARENTS PROGRAM OF EASTERN AND CENTRAL OREGON
SOUTHERN OREGON HEAD START
LISTO FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM
UMPQUA VALLEY DISABILITIES NETWORK
PROJECT LITERACY
WINSTON AREA COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
WINSTON TEEN CENTER
YAMHILL COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP
YOUTH OUTREACH (YO) SERVICES