General Resources

  • Seniors and People with Disabilities (503-945-5600)
    • A program of the Oregon Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities provides services designed to protect individual independence, dignity and choice. Staff at local offices, with the aid of community partners, can help individuals and families find the right mix of services to meet a person’s needs.
  • ADA.GOV
    • The ADA will have a plethora of information related to disability laws, senior laws, up to date disability news and much more!
  • Oregon-General: Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • Oregon-Blind: State Commission for the Blind 

Home- and Community-Based Resources

  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) of Oregon (855-ORE-ADRC | 855-673-2372 toll-free)
    • ADRC is a comprehensive, one-stop statewide resource that provides guidance to connect older adults with a broad range of home-based assistance, local information, and government and community-based services. Individuals can be paired with an information and assistance specialist in the area who can help find resources and refer callers to local services. They also have skilled professional options counselors, who provide assessments to improve quality of life and help with short- and long-term planning.

Transportation Resources

  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon (ADRC) (855-ORE-ADRC | 855-673-2372 toll-free)
    • ADRC is a comprehensive, one-stop statewide resource that connects seniors with a broad range of local information and government and community-based services for Oregonians, including transportation services based on location. You will be connected with an information and assistance specialist in your area who can help you find transportation resources and refer you to services.

Specific Audience Resources

  • Alzheimer’s Association (800-272-3900 24-hour hotline)
    • The Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon & Southwest Washington Chapter provides education and support for people diagnosed with the disease and for their families and caregivers, including a 24/7 hotline for emergency placement, local resources, tips on wandering issues, communication advice, and behavioral and overall basic information.
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society — Oregon Chapter (503-223-9511 | 800-344-4867)
    • The society provides services and resources for people affected with MS, including health and wellness, family and relationships, and financial assistance.

As our site grows and we acquire more volunteers to help in the gathering of Information of their state We will update lists and resources accordingly.

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