Capitol Phone: 503-986-1447Capitol Address: 900 Court St. NE, H-286, Salem, Oregon 97301Email:
Culturally specific recovery and resources for the Latiné community.
Our local library located at 805 SE 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97233. Access computers, printing, multilingual books, and community workshops.
If you have recieved an eviction notice, a rental increase, or other document that may negatively impact your housing situation contact Oregon Law Center's Eviction Defense Project as soon as possible! You must contact them before your first appearance date in order for them to help you.
Learn about your rights as a tenant! There is information available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. If you recieved a document from your landlord that you think may negatively impact your housing situation contact the Renter's Rights Hotline as soon as possible. Visit the website for operating hours.
Human Solutions provides affordable housing services, utility assistance, employment programs, homelessness services, and more.
1500 SE 130th Ave., Portland, OR 97233In the DDHS South Cafeteria. Our school pantry provides families with 50 pounds (3-5 days) of nutritious emergency food to address weekend and evening hungerHours: Thursday from 5:00-6:00pm
A community led & run partnership for FREE art, classes, events, and resources in Lents for the East Portland community, centering LGBTQ+/BIPOC folks.
Shop new and gently used items, donate, and volunteer at 10445 SE Cherry Blossom Dr.
The PACS Thrift Stores are located on our campus at 11020 NE Halsey St. and sell clothing, furniture, and household items to help families make their money go further.
Mill Park Neighborhood Association meetings are held at 6:30pm on the 4th Monday of each month at Gethsemane Lutheran Church on 11560 SE Market St. All neighbors are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This quiet, mostly single-family, neighborhood northeast of 122nd Avenue and Halsey street, is acting to maintain the livability of the area. Work with us to keep our community safe and livable.
Wilkes is a quiet residential community located in far NE Portland between the Columbia River and NE Glisan. Its residents are culturally and economically diverse and special efforts are made to bring everyone together as a community.
Glenfair Neighborhood Association was formed in 1996, when the Portland Planning Bureau introduced a proposal to rezone our area into high density housing within a quarter mile of the light rail. With the intent of preserving the inner core of Glenfair Neighborhood’s single family homes, a group of volunteers formed a committee to work with Portland Planning to rezone our area.
General meetings are held on the third Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November from 5:30 – 7:00 pm at the Rosewood Initiative at 16126 SE Stark Street. Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of February, April, June, August, October, and December from 6:00 – 7:00 pm at the EPCO offices at 1017 NE 117th Avenue. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all meetings are held via Zoom until further notice.
Visit the Office of Civic Life's East Portland Community Office website to locate your neighborhood association, find grants and funding opportunities, check out the calendar of meetings, and more!
Your local Black, Indigenous, People of Color small business directory!