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State of Oregon - Programs and Services by Locality

Published: November 24, 2015

Archived State Funding Figures - 2013/14 | 2012/13 | 2011/12 | 2009

For full information about current year funding awarded to states, please contact the State Refugee Coordinator.


How to Use This Information

The table and links below contain contact information for resettlement agencies and other organizations providing services to refugees, persons newly granted asylum, or certification as a victim of trafficking, Special Immigrant Visa holders, Cuban/Haitian Entrants, and other populations eligible for benefits and services funded by ORR.  

Voluntary Agency Affiliates provide the full range of resettlement services, including referrals for short-term Cash and Medical Assistance, job development and English as a Foreign Language services, and other programs.  At the bottom, you'll find links to additional agencies funded by ORR for a variety of social services programs, most available to eligible populations up to five years post-resettlement.

Questions? Contact the agencies directly, or get answers from the State Refugee and Health Coordinators and ORR Staff, listed under Key Contacts.  

MAIN VOLUNTARY AGENCY AFFILIATES
 

CITY LOCAL AFFILIATE ADDRESS & TEL.
Portland Catholic Charities 2740 Se Powell Blvd. #8 3rd Floor
Portland, OR 97202
503.688.2680
Portland Lutheran Community Services Northwest 605 Southeast 39th Avenue
Portland, OR 97214
503.233.0042 x516
Portland SOAR/Ecumenical Ministries Of Oregon

7931 NE Halsey Street, Suite 314
Portland, OR 97213
503-284-3002


OTHER AVAILABLE SERVICES FROM LOCAL AGENCIES

This state also receives discretionary funding to local agencies through the ORR programs listed below.  These programs are typically available for up to five years post-resettlement.  Contact the agencies listed below or the ORR Program Officer for more information.

Last Reviewed: November 24, 2015