City Without Orphans serves alongside our community partners to provide long term stability to hurting families in our community.
Contact us if you would like to get involved with our one of our community partner programs, and someone from our team will get in touch with you.
Our mission is to lead homeless teens away from sexual exploitation by criminals and predators.
NeighborImpact exists to represent and serve economically disadvantaged residents of Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Our mission is to support people and strengthen communities.
We are a community-supported emergency shelter that provides a warm, safe place to sleep, nourishing meals, and case management services for adults and children experiencing homelessness in Central Oregon.
Our services for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors are designed to help them with the healing process and to provide them with empowering resources for their lives.
Cascade Youth and Family Center (CYFC) focuses on prevention, intervention, and crisis services for adolescents and their families.
Our number one goal is to help you make the right choice for you, and to provide you with a support system of women, many of whom have been in similar situations, who will share honest and accurate information. Although our area of expertise is in unplanned and crisis pregnancies, we are here for any woman who is pregnant or has a child under two years old.
The Giving Plate provides food to an average of 2,000 individuals every month in Central Oregon.
Children born into poverty are at risk for dropping out of school, substance abuse, incarceration, and teen parenting. We provide a salaried, professional mentor, called a Friend, for their entire childhood, from Kindergarten through graduation. 12.5 years. No matter what.
Our Mission: To offer assistance, possibility and hope to Central Oregon families in need by connecting them with crucial resources that will help children flourish in school and in life.
Individuals and families who are living in poverty are often in need of social services and support. A lack of knowledge of what the community has to offer, transportation and access barriers, and difficulty in navigating systems are primary reasons individuals and families are unable to access these community service supports.