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Provides assistance to victims of violent crime through crime victims’ compensation, grants, and technical support in an impartial, consistent, and compassionate manner.

Oregon’s principal agency for helping residents (especially those least able to help themselves) achieve independence and well-being through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice, and preserve dignity.

A non-profit, non-partisan group that speaks to the legislature, media, and local communities on behalf of Oregon’s children and families, using public education, research, and community capacity building initiatives.

This is the easiest way to connect with health and social-services throughout Oregon and SW Washington. Whether you’re looking for basic family resources, housing options, energy assistance, or child development, behavior, nutrition and health services, the nonprofit 211info can be accessed for free by phone, text, email, or online.