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IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Program focuses on early childhood development through case management home visits that include parent education and skill building, developmental and health screenings, kindergarten readiness and transition, and navigating community resources. Safety and intervention for families in crisis to help children remain in the home or help reunify the family.
10301 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Most Children's Programs: Ages 0-5
Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Services (CAPI): Age 18 and younger
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO AFRICA HOUSE
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Program focuses on early childhood development through case management home visits that include parent education and skill building, developmental and health screenings, kindergarten readiness and transition, and navigating community resources. Safety and intervention for families in crisis to help children remain in the home or help reunify the family.
709 NE 102nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97220
Eligibility: Most Children's Programs: Ages 0-5
Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Services (CAPI): Age 18 and younger
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO ASIAN FAMILY CENTER
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
Program focuses on early childhood development through case management home visits that include parent education and skill building, developmental and health screenings, kindergarten readiness and transition, and navigating community resources. Safety and intervention for families in crisis to help children remain in the home or help reunify the family.
8040 NE Sandy Boulevard
Suite 200
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Most Children's Programs: Ages 0-5
Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Services (CAPI): Age 18 and younger
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMPACT NW
IMPACT NW BRENTWOOD-DARLINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER
SAFE AND TOGETHER
Helps families with children in foster care reunite and prevent future foster care placement. Provides intensive home visits and case management and connects families with stabilizing resources. Program works in partnership with birth parents, foster parents, DHS/Child Welfare, and other community partners.
7211 SE 62nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97206
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-8 who are in foster care and eligible for reunification
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
FOSTER CARE SUPPORT
Assists youth and families who are involved with state or tribal foster care systems. Provides culturally appropriate individual and family-based support services to help build understanding and maintain Native cultural traditions, assists youth and families in identifying and accessing community resources, and supports families with reunification or in finding other permanent homes. Foster Care support services include various group meetings and support classes.

Also works to recruit new foster families from the Native American community and support them through the certification process. Support services include Positive Indian Parenting classes, Sibling and Family Night events, Foster Parent Support night, and genealogy and regalia assistance.
5135 NE Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97218
Eligibility: Native American youth ages 0-24, their birth parents, and their foster parents. Young adults who have aged out of foster care can receive services through age 24.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
OLALLA CENTER
OLALLA RELIEF NURSERY
Provides classes, resources, reunification services, and other critical supports for families in need. Transportation, food, and child care can be provided to increase access to service.
321 SE 3rd Street
Toledo, OR 97391
Eligibility: At-risk, low-income families with children
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
ROAD TO HOPE
PREGNANCY SUPPORT
Provides stable, secure, and nurturing residential care in a home environment for pregnant women and women with children. Residents may stay at any point through their pregnancy and stay up to one year after the birth of their baby. Residents have access to additional support with gaining OB/GYN care, high school/GED education completion, gaining employment, budgeting, individual counseling, advocacy and case management, developing parenting skills, and support working towards family reunification. Participation in faith-based worship service of choosing is also required.
2850 SW Cedar Hills Boulevard
#55
Beaverton, OR 97005
Eligibility: Pregnant women with children under the age of one year old, pregnant women age 18 or older who are in crisis (homeless, fleeing an abuser, etc.), or women who are not pregnant with children under the age of nine
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
SELF ENHANCEMENT COMMUNITY AND FAMILY PROGRAMS
CHILD WELFARE ADVOCACY
Helps stabilize families in crisis and keep children out of foster care where possible. Coordinators work with families to provide child safety, stabilize and improve parental protection of the children, and help families access community resources and other supports to prevent the child’s re-abuse and/or re-entry to the Child Welfare System. Provides 8 weeks of intensive in-home services with the possibility of an 8-week extension if necessary.
2205 NE Columbia Boulevard
Floor 2
Portland, OR 97211
Eligibility: Families must be referred by DHS Child Welfare and have a DHS Child Welfare CPS assessment and/or an open DHS Child Welfare case
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5:30pm, Friday 8:30am-noon
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
KELSO CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES OFFICE
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES
Children's Administration staff work with children and families to identify their needs and develop a plan for services that support families and assure safety and well-being for children. These services are designed to reduce the risk of abuse, find safe alternatives to out-of-home placement, and assure safety and permanency for children in care.

Services to support families who are in crisis and at risk of disruption and services to care for children in placement are provided primarily by community agencies and foster parents. In addition, private child placing agencies provide adoption services and foster care to some youth in the custody of the Children's Administration. Provides crisis intervention, assessment and case management services.
711 Vine Street
Kelso, WA 98626
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
STEVENSON CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILY SERVICES OFFICE
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES
Children's Administration staff work with children and families to identify their needs and develop a plan for services that support families and assure safety and well-being for children. These services are designed to reduce the risk of abuse, find safe alternatives to out-of-home placement, and assure safety and permanency for children in care.

Services to support families who are in crisis and at risk of disruption and services to care for children in placement are provided primarily by community agencies and foster parents. In addition, private child placing agencies provide adoption services and foster care to some youth in the custody of the Children's Administration. Provides crisis intervention, assessment and case management services.
266 SW Second Street
Stevenson, WA 98648
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
VANCOUVER CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES OFFICE
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES
Children's Administration staff work with children and families to identify their needs and develop a plan for services that support families and assure safety and well-being for children. These services are designed to reduce the risk of abuse, find safe alternatives to out-of-home placement, and assure safety and permanency for children in care.

Services to support families who are in crisis and at risk of disruption and services to care for children in placement are provided primarily by community agencies and foster parents. In addition, private child placing agencies provide adoption services and foster care to some youth in the custody of the Children's Administration. Provides crisis intervention, assessment and case management services.
907 Harney Street
Vancouver, WA 98666
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES
HOMECOMING FAMILY REUNIFICATION PROGRAM
Provides on a referral basis housing and case management services to families whose last barrier to reunification with their child with-in the child welfare program is a lack of affordable, appropriate housing. Provides families with financial assistance services such as rent and move-in deposit, goal setting with progress benchmarks, and reflecting on what success means to each family. Referral forms can be submitted by a current Child welfare case worker, Lawyer/Attorney, Child Welfare Mentor, and their court on behalf of an eligible applicant.
1500 Jefferson Street SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Eligibility: Families with children in the child welfare program on the path to reunification
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WILLAMETTE FAMILY INC
WILLAMETTE FAMILY INC WOMEN'S RESIDENTIAL
FAMILY SERVICES
Offers two family programs for those in residential/outpatient substance addiction treatment:

-Family Reunion Program for DHS-referred families: Program provides services to assist with preventing children from entering the foster care system and/or being reunited with their families after having been in foster care. Services include family advocacy, visitation, home visits, co-residency for children through age 5 whose mothers are in residential treatment, parent education, and mentoring.

-Family Services: During residential treatment, clients have access to family advocates who assist families with parenting-related needs.
Eligibility: One or both parents are in substance abuse and/or mental health treatment through Willamette Family. Priority to families where children are at risk of removal from family to be placed into foster care, or who are in foster care and are being reunited with their parents.
Hours: Hours vary
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SHELTER
Provides youth in crisis with a place for physical and emotional safety while assisting them in developing life skills that will enable them to make positive contributions in their communities. Space is limited to 10 youth at a time.

Family reunification services are also available. Contracts with Wasco County Youth Services (WCYS) to offer community workshops for adults interested in additional support raising pre-teens and teens.
514 E 9th Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Ages 10-17 who are experiencing difficulties at home and have left home or are at risk of leaving and their families. Must not be under the influence of intoxicants and must be nonviolent and cooperative with others in the house.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS
IMPACT NW
SAFE AND TOGETHER
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER
FOSTER CARE SUPPORT
OLALLA CENTER
OLALLA RELIEF NURSERY
ROAD TO HOPE
PREGNANCY SUPPORT
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC
CHILD WELFARE ADVOCACY
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SHELTER
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SHELTER