Info & referral: P O Box 2950, 2051 Kaen Road, Oregon City
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (formerly Adult & Family Services) OregonCity: 315 S. Beavercreek Rd. - 503-657-2043 Milwaukie: 4952 International Way, Suite A - 503-657-2006
VETERAN’S OFFICE - benefit info 503-794-3892
MEDICAL INSURANCE Oregon Health Plan 1-800-359-9517
OMIP Office of Medical Insurance Pool 1-800-848-7280
(Insurance access to persons previously denied coverage)
PHYSICIAN REFERRAL ClackamasCounty Medical Society 503-659-4744 Oregon Psychological Association 503-253-9155
Clackamas Housing Authority 503-655-8267
Contact your CCMH Care Coordinator for supported housing (those being
served by Clackamas County Mental Health only)
Independent Living Resources 503-988-4880
Advocacy & assistance to persons with physical & mental disabilities www.HousingConnections.org or call 503-802-8562 - Listings for
affordable, accessible and special needs housing
CLACKAMAS COUNTY COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS: Working for Independence
146 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon. 503-723-4977
LEGAL ASSISTANCE Oregon Legal Service 503-655-2518 (Indigent defense fund) Oregon Advocacy Center 503-243-2081 (services in matters directly related
to physical or mental disability) Oregon State Bar 503-620-0222 (lawyer referral service)
SOCIALIZATION Safe Haven Drop-in-Center, 142 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City. Thursday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Wednesday: Bowling, Lori Johnson- Program Director (503)238-6428 SafeHavenFriends2005@hotmail.com
MEDIGAP and choice supplement insurance booklet
THE NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION(NMHA) is the country's oldest and largest non-profit organization addresssing all aspects of mental health and mental illness. With more than 340 affiliates nationwide, NMHA works to improve the mental health of all Americans, especially the 54 million individuals with mental disorders, through advocacy, education, and research. www.nmha.org
The Father’s Heart Street Ministry (TFH) began to fill a gap in 2000. It is a faith-based local social service agency which helps those in need. It has expanded to also help single mothers with children, low-income families and anyone who enters their doors needing help.
TFH offers hope by providing:
· DayCenter—lunch, warm shower & clean clothes, laundry and safe haven
· Help with attaining ID
· Feeds 1200 per month (800 homeless)
· Emergency winter shelter on cold nights
· Take addicted persons to Hooper detox
· Give info on other shelters & resources
· Food pantry—gives out 1,000 lbs of food
Driections. 8899 SE Jannsen Rd., Clackamas, or call for more information: (503)650-5631
This web site is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health (mental health and addictions)
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon Mental Health and Substance Abuse www.ddaoregon.com
DDA is a program based on the 12 steps of alcoholics anonymous with an additional 5 steps that focus on Dual Diagnosis. Meetings are subject to change without notice. Please contact DDA at (503)737-4126 for more information.
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211 provides comprehensive information and referral for human services by telephone and on the website. Callers are referred to social service agencies providing programs in Multnomah and Clackamas Counties.
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