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Community Resources


Locate local and regional services such as childcare, healthcare, energy and rental financial assistance, food, and affordable housing across Oregon.

Need General Assistance?


​Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
Provides cash benefits to low-​income families with children. 

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Serves pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding women or children under 5 years old. Dads, grandparents, foster parents or other guardians may apply for WIC for their children.

Oregon One Eligibility
Medical, food, cash, or childcare assistance.

Local resources for Oregon and Southwest Washington. If you need additional assistance, dial 2-1-1. Language interpreters are available. 

Rose City Resource
Search engine to find reduced cost or free services in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties.

Safe Strong Oregon
Support resources for housing, food, language, older adults, LGBTQIA+, and more.

Trimet Reduced Fare
Information on qualifications and application for an Honored Citizen Hop card with reduced fare ($1.25 for 2½ hours or $28/month)

Need Food Assistance?


Oregon Food Bank
The Oregon Food Bank has a network of over 1,400 pantries and food assistance sites.​

Supplemental Nutrition ​Assistance Program (SNAP)
SNAP ​offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families.

Vaccines, Boosters and Third Doses
Everyone 6 months and older is recommended to receive an initial primary vaccination series. Some people are recommended to receive additional primary series doses and boosters.

Find COVID-19 vaccines, boosters and testing near you
To learn which vaccine brands are offered at these sites, use the Get Vaccinated Oregon locator tool. Appointments, insurance and proof of immigration status are not required. 


Need Information on Covid-19?


Need wage or employment assistance?

Unemployment Insurance
Information about unemployment insurance, online claims systems, benefits estimations, how to file, and more.

Weekly Claim Portal
Apply for regular unemployment insurance and submit weekly claims to continue receiving benefits.

Need Housing support?

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Multnomah County Emergency Rent Assistance
Local rent relief for tenant households with incomes at or below 80% area median income who have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19.

Washington Co. Rent Assistance
Rental assistance for Washington County Households under 30% Area Median Income.

Tenant Resources 
Legal information about renters' rights in Oregon.

Need energy assistance?


Oregon Energy Fund
Energy assistance for eligible households with a total gross income of 70% or less than the statewide median income.

PGE Assistance Resources
Information about payment plans, extensions, income-qualified bill discount, LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) and OEAP (Oregon Energy Assistance Program).

Pacific Power Assistance Resources
Information about payment plans, extensions, pay stations and drop boxes.

NW Natural Assistance Resources

Information about payment plans, extensions, income-qualified bill discounts, weatherization tips. For both Oregon and Washington state

Washington County Utility Assistance
Utility assistance for Washington Co, OR with a median household income of 60% or less.

Tri-County Area Utility Assistance
Assistance resources for Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington County.

Need physical or mental health support?


Safe and Strong Oregon
24/7 online mental and emotional support, community resource locations, community specific resources, translation services, and more. 

Children’s Community Clinic
Healthcare for children up to 21 years of age and of families who are underserved (uninsured and underinsured), regardless of ethnicity, geographic residency, or ability to pay.

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Free 24/7 online, phone, and text support for suicide, crisis, and emotional support.
Call or Text 988
Spanish: Call 988
TTY: Dial 711 then 988

Need to prepare for the winter?


TriMet Winter Weather Resources
Links to service alerts, detour information, MAX transfers, and delay planning.

Multnomah County Warming Resources
Lists of seasonal severe weather shelters, library and community center hours, and cold weather alerts.

Public Alert Resources
Call, email, or text alerts for emergency situations in the Portland-Vancouver area.

Winter Clothing Resources
​- Gresham
- NW Portland
- NE Portland
- SE Portland

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