We will continue updating this page with resources as we are able to compile them. If you have a resource or opportunity to serve, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
File a claim for unemployment benefits here.
The MyNeighbOR initiative sponsored by Every Child helps connect foster families and foster children who have are in need during this difficult time with people in our local community who are willing to meet those needs. Examples of the types of needs that may be met during this crisis are:
Click the title above to request assistance as a foster family.
Download this resource that explains how the stimulus bill affects small businesses.
Download this resource which explains how the stimulus bill affects individuals CARES-Act-Individuals.pdf
This list of resources was compiled and is being updated by Congressman Earl Blumenauer and his team in Portland, Oregon. There are separate tabs for different types of resources - food, shelter, utilities & rent assistance, health & wellness, education, entertainment, volunteer resources, etc
The Oregon Energy Fund provides funds for energy assistance to 30+ partner agencies and nonprofits throughout Oregon. If you need help paying your electric bill, enter your county or zip code below to find out who has energy assistance in your area and how to contact them.
The Oregon Senior Loneliness Line is open 24/7, offering support and connection for older adults feeling lonely ore isolated during this period of social distancing.
The Borland Free Clinic, located in Rolling Hills Church (3550 SW Borland Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062) is accepting patients for URGENT care only. They are currently open Mondays only, 3PM-7PM. More information, including telemedicine visits, is available on their website.
The LECTIO 365 app is a devotional resource that helps you pray through the Bible. Each day, Pause to be still, Rejoice with a Psalm and Reflect on Scripture, Ask for God’s help and Yield to His will in your life.
Valuable resources and tools to help you to spread positive messages of hope, compassion, mental health care and suicide prevention.
The Community Care Initiative (CCI) is a collaborative effort between the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Clackamas County Health, Housing & Human Services, and the Oregon Food Bank. Under CCI, based out of the Public Safety Training Center in Clackamas, a team of Sheriff's Office employees and volunteers will call seniors in Clackamas County and ask if they need food, medicine, or household supplies. Volunteers will pack care boxes and make home deliveries to impacted seniors with any needed items.
If you're a senior in need, contact the Community Care Initiative at CCIrequests@clackamas.us.
You can also call the resource team phone line below Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Serve people in need by running errands, buying groceries, providing childcare, etc.
One way to help others is to write cards of encouragement to Memory Care workers and clients. The cards can be simple-written by children, parents, or anyone who would like to bless others during this difficult time. In addition, please consider making disposable gowns for memory care workers, by utilizing extra sheets* you may have at home. There are bins at each location to collect your cards and gowns.
*For an easy pattern to follow please email: email@example.com.
If you or someone you know is in need of a shelter, call between 10am-6pm for more information or to be added to a waiting list.
In times of social distancing, remaining connected and in community can be tricky. We believe that being in community is important for our spiritual and mental health.
Start up a free video chat with up to 25 friends or family members within your web browser. If you're using a computer, you'll need a webcam, microphone, and speakers. You can also use a mobile device such as a phone or iPad. Many of our home communities have been gathering using Google Hangouts. Click the title above for instructions.
The National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NALEC) has developed and is offering a FREE Spanish-language manual to help Hispanic Evangelical congregations respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join in live, every Wednesday from 12pm-12:30pm, as pastors and churches from all across the city gather virtually to pray for God to move in our community.