Community Programs, Supports, & Resources
The Alba Collaborative is an innovative, culturally responsive partnership that provides prevention, early intervention, and 24/7 crisis line and supportive services to youth ages 9-17 who are at-risk of or experiencing housing instability. The program offers community- and site-based case management, family mediation and reunification support, in-reach to schools and response to law enforcement, crisis intervention and short-term emergency housing menu, basic needs and transportation, client assistance, resource referral, and navigation (including access to alternative education options, LGBTQ-specific programs, wraparound services for gang-impacted and sex-trafficked youth).
Dedicated to eliminating health disparities affecting Oregon Latinas and Latinos through leadership, collaboration, and advocacy.
A Latino-led education organization, grounded in culturally-specific practices and services, that lifts up youth and families to reach their full potential. Their work springs from the core belief in Latino community self-determination—that is, the ability of community members to participate meaningfully in the decisions that affect their lives and the lives of their families. They have put together a community resources pages in response to the COVID-19 crisis which includes a tab for both students and parents. They also have a tab for Health which includes resources on mental health resources for teens during this crisis.
SEI has dedicated its efforts to closing the achievement gaps for youth and families for years. When they started out, they were a one-week “enhancement” camp serving 100 students. Today, with the help of SEI Board members, staff, partner organizations, community members, and funders, they are a one-stop resource for thousands in need. Community investments in SEI are key to helping them build a positive legacy that families can pass on to their children, grandchildren, and generations to come.
Our agency is in the process is setting up an information and support hotline for our community (titled CART Project). The line is open during business hours (9am-5pm) and is staffed by a community health worker trained to provide up-to-date information about the current COVID-19 situation, health guidelines, and also provide some brief emotional support. Community members only need call their corresponding language line and they will be connected directly with a worker of that language.
- Cantonese: 503.772.5889
- Mandarin: 503.772.5890
- Korean: 503.772.5891
- Vietnamese: 503.772.5892