A free symposium in central Oregon for families and caregivers that aims to enhance awareness and identify strategies and resources that respond to a child’s mental health and developmental disability diagnoses.
Pathways to Healing presents a series of workshops to increase awareness and education within the community.
Opportunities to come together and dream big don’t come often enough in the nonprofit, public, philanthropic and advocacy sectors.
Downtown Compassion is focused on offering health care and other service resources to the uninsured, under-insured, and marginalized community of Portland.
Christina’s Smile is a nonprofit organization serving families without access or ability to afford dental care.
Join Oregon Food Bank for a six-week cooking course that will teach you how to prepare nutritious and affordable meals.
Learn the skills your child needs before they are ready to learn to read.
For women Veterans and those who are or have been the partner of a Veteran.
Enjoy food, film, fun and football while exploring how males can empower themselves to promote healthy manhood and fatherhood.
It's reassuring to hear from experts that in most cases your child's actions are very common for someone their age.
Highly effective child sex-abuse prevention training in Hood River.
Providing our Veterans a hand up, not a hand out.
A grant from health care nonprofit CareOregon will help 211info expand its information and referral services for health and social services in Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook counties.
If you're a Veteran and in need of basic resources, this is the place to be.
Resource information, free BQQ, kids activities and more. All are welcome.
FACT Oregon is offering a free training opportunity for families looking to better understand developmental disability (DD) services.
The National Weather Service is predicting weather that could bring prolonged wildfire smoke exposure to communities in the Portland area.
In case you missed it, our very own Raina Daniels was interviewed on AM Northwest a few days ago.
Over 50 years old? Make age an asset and consider a job in the financial services industry.
The Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) wants to use your story to power their demand for housing crisis relief.