- Health Care
- Houseless Community
- Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
- Child Abuse
- Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, and Recovery Support
- Culturally-Specific Resources
- Financial Help
- COVID-19 Resource Posters
- Call 2-1-1 or 1-866-698-6155, email email@example.com
- Text your zip code to 898211
- 211 Community Resource Directory
Oregon Food Bank | 503-282-0555 or 1-800-777-7427
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) | 503-320-6658 or 503-928-9689. Also called food stamps or Oregon Trail card. Access the food you need when your budget is tight. Apply online.
WIC | 503-988-3503 - You could qualify for food assistance if you've lost income, and if you're pregnant, a new mom, or if you have a baby or young children under 5 years old. Open to dads, guardians and foster parents.
Oregon Farmers Markets Association | Find out which markets accept SNAP and WIC.
Blanchet House - Meals for those not in a shelter.
Monday - Saturday
Breakfast 6:30am - 7:30am | Lunch 11:30am - 12:30pm | Dinner 5pm - 6pm
Faith-Based and Community Organizations
The Salvation Army - Drive-thru food boxes at three locations, starting Monday, May 4. For more information, call 503-794-3199.
Monday, 9am – 1pm
Lloyd Center Mall | 2201 Lloyd Center, Portland
Wednesday, 9am – 1pm
East Hill Church | 701 N Main Ave, Gresham
Friday, 9am – 1pm
Clackamas Town Center | 1200 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley
William Temple House - Food pantry with fresh produce, meat and dairy, bread, spices, grab-and-go meals, staples.
Tuesday-Thursday, 11am - 1pm
2023 NW Hoyt St, Portland | 503-226-3021
Portland Adventist Community Services - Food pantry. Distributes pre-made boxes and as much fresh/frozen food as possible.
Monday – Friday, 9am – 11am
11020 NE Halsey St, Portland | 503-252-8500, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Charities Clark Family Center Food pantry with culturally specific foods and access in multiple languages.
2740 SE Powell Blvd, Portland | 503-231-4866
Students and Families (K-12)
- School meals and free food distribution map
- Summer Meals map (COVID-19)
- Multco Library – meal resources
- Pandemic EBT Program
School Meal Distribution Sites
- Portland Public Schools
- Gresham-Barlow School District
- Parkrose School District
- David Douglas School District
- Corbett School District
- Reynolds School District
- Centennial School District
Seniors, Veterans, People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
- Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) | 1-855-ORE-ADRC Call for resources.
- Sunshine Division | 503-609-0285 - For homebound, medically fragile, and/or unable to leave their home. Call to request a food box delivery (Portland and Gresham only).
- Store to Door | 503-200-3333 - Supports independent living for seniors and adults with disabilities by providing an affordable, personal, volunteer-based grocery shopping and delivery service in Portland.
- Meals on Wheels | 503-953-8111 or toll-free 866-788-6325 - For seniors. The cost of each meal is $7.39. You will be asked to contribute to the cost of the meal, and must be at home to receive them. Request meals online»
- TriMet LIFT Grocery Delivery | For LIFT paratransit customers. Get groceries and essential goods delivered to your door.
Living with HIV
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon HIV Day Center - Grab-and-go meals for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS. Meal delivery for those with a medical need.
2941 NE Ainsworth St, Portland | 503-460-3822, email@example.com
- If you are uninsured, call 211 for a list of health clinics that will see you.
- Oregon Health Plan | 503-416-4100 or 1-900-224-4840 - Free healthcare coverage for Oregonians who qualify. Open to children and teens younger than 19 who meet criteria, regardless of immigration status.
- Ride to Care | Free non-emergent medical transportation to eligible OHP members.
- Multnomah County Health Department | Assistance with insurance enrollment in multiple languages.
- CAWEM | Coverage of emergency medical services for those eligible for Medicaid if not for immigration status. CAWEM Plus available for pregnant individuals. Testing and hospitalization for COVID-19 covered under CAWEM and CAWEM Plus.
- COFA Premium Assistance Program | Free health insurance for low-income citizens from the Republic of Marshall Islands, the Federated State of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau.
- Pandemic Mobility Support Program | Free transportation options for frontline workers, patients, and others needing to make critical trips within the city of Portland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Primary Care Health Centers | Rockwood Community Community Health Center, North Portland Health Center, Southeast Health Center, and La Clinica de Buena Salud available for virtual and telemedicine services.
- Parkrose Student Health Center | Open to any school-aged youth in Multnomah County, even if they are not enrolled in school.
- Coalition of Community Health Clinics | Safety net clinics.
- Oregon MothersCare: Supporting Healthy Pregnancies | For any pregnant person, regardless of income, insurance status, or citizenship status.
Portland Fire & Rescue Meds on Wheels | 971-228-7687 - Prescription pick-up and delivery for home-bound seniors and those with disabilities.
HIV/AIDS Services - A full range of services (medical care, insurance, housing, mental health, food) is available for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS. Low or no cost.
- Street Roots Rose City Resource Guide | Includes service changes and new resources due to COVID-19.
- A Home for Everyone | List of service changes due to COVID-19.
- Map of Portland Emergency Hygiene Stations | Hand washing stations and portable toilets.
- Multnomah Stability Initiative | Offers services to prevent homelessness.
- Outside In | Health care services to support individuals experiencing homelessness.
- OHSU - COVID-19 Resources for People with Disabilities
- Multnomah County Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities
- FACT Oregon | Resources for families with children experiencing disabilities
- Oregon Department of Human Services Domestic Violence Victim Services
- Multnomah County Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource
- Oregon Child Abuse Hotline | 1-855-503-SAFE (7233)
- Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline | 1-800-4-A-Child or 1-800-422-4453
- Morrison Child and Family Services Parent's Anonymous Hotline | 503-258-4568
- National Parent Helpline | 1-855- 4A PARENT or (1-855-427-2736)
Mental Health Crisis Lines
- Multnomah County Crisis Line | 503-988-4888, toll-free 800-716-9769 - Free 24/7 support, with interpreters available.
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline | 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Crisis Text Line | Text HOME to 741741
- Oregon Youthline | Call 877-968-8491 or text teen2teen to 839863 between 4pm - 10pm to text with another teen.
- National Youth Crisis Hotline | 1-800-442-HOPE (4673)
- Oregon Partnership 24 Hour Youth Helpline | 1-877-553-TEEN (8336)
- NAMI Oregon | 503-230-8009 or 800-343-6264, email firstname.lastname@example.org - Live support from 9am - 5pm, M-F.
- The Trevor Project | 1-866-488-7386 - 24/7 suicide prevention for LGBTQ.
- Senior Loneliness Line | 503-200-1633 or 800-282-7035 - For Oregonians 55+ years old. Get ongoing support, resources, and listening sessions.
- Veteran Crisis Line | 1-800-273-8255 - Call, chat, or text options, with deaf and hard of hearing support available.
Behavioral Health Services
- Oregon Recovery Network | Find call-in meetings, peer support and other recovery resources for your area.
- DePaul Treatment Center | 503-535-1151
- Reach Out Oregon | 1-833-REACH-OR – Information and support for families and direct caregivers.
- Help Me Grow Oregon | 833-868-4769, email email@example.com – Call for help with parenting stress. For parents of children ages 0-5. In English and Spanish.
- Learning Resources – Multnomah County Library
- Talking with Kids about COVID-19 - Multnomah County Library
- Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with COVID-19
- Portland Public Schools Social Emotional Learning
- Coalition of Communities of Color - Find culturally-specific service organizations.
- Domestic Violence & Behavioral Health | For Native American, African American, Russian, Latinx, Asian and Pacific Islander, and others.
- Sign up to receive a newsletter with COVID-19 resources sent out by our culturally specific liaison team.
Immigrant and Refugee
- Multnomah County Global | Database of resources for immigrants and refugees in Multnomah County.
- Public Charge and COVID-19 | The federal government announced that medical treatment or preventative services for coronavirus (COVID-19) will not count against those seeking permanent residency in the United States.
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) | ICE will temporarily halt enforcement and focus enforcement on public safety risks and individuals subject to mandatory detention based on criminal grounds.
- Immigrant Eligibility for Public Programs During COVID-19
- The National Center for Transgender Equality COVID-19 Guide
- PSU Queer Resource Center | Comprehensive list of community LGBTQ+ resources.
- COVID-19 Workforce Response Line | 503-714-5989 or 503-766-5696 - Assistance with work-related resources and services. Interpreters available.
- IRS.gov | How to get your economic stimulus payment
- Federal Student Aid | As part of the CARES Act, student loan borrowers are provided relief on monthly loan payments during COVID-19.
- CARES Act – Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
- Multnomah County Library – Where to get financial help
- Business Resources
- Multnomah County Eviction Moratorium | If you lost your job due to COVID -19 and can’t pay rent, you cannot be evicted.
- Home Forward | 503-802-8333 or 503-280-3750 - Housing for low-income individuals and families.
- HUD.gov | How to get rental assistance and resources
- COVID-19 Emergency Protections | Information about statewide, Multnomah County, and federal housing protections.
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau | Mortgage and housing assistance during COVID-19
- Many utilities have suspended late payment fees and disconnections if you can’t pay your bill. Contact your utility company for details.
- 211Info.org/energy | Call 2-1-1 to connect with local organizations that can help with bills.
- Keep Americans Connected Pledge – Many broadband and phone carriers have waived late fees and will not terminate service if you can’t pay your bill. Contact your carrier for details.
- Some schools are working to provide access to the Internet for families that need it. Contact your school district or check online.