East PDX Resources

Health & Safety

In case of an emergency always dial 911

Portland Street Response is a program within Portland Fire & Rescue that assists people experiencing mental health and behavioral health crises.

The program is currently responding citywide and you can request their service by calling 911.

portland.gov/streetresponse

You can find a COVID-19 or Flu vaccine nearest you by visiting vaccines.gov

  • Multnomah County Harm Reduction Clinic
    • Syringe disposal at exchange sites is intended for syringe exchange clients. To protect their privacy, the public should not bring used syringes to exchange sites.
    • 12425 NE Glisan Street (in Menlo Park Plaza, behind Walgreens)
    • 503-988-0577
    • Monday and Thursday, 11am – 7pm
  • Mobile Exchange (look for the white van)
    • SE 82nd Ave & Ash Street
      • Click HERE to check schedule

Find the nearest open bathroom and handwashing stations by visiting PDX Maps or clicking HERE.

Medical and dental clinics at two East Portland locations.

Click HERE to learn more.

Rockwood Dental & Medical Clinic:

18633 SE Stark St., Ste. 401

Rosewood Dental Clinic:

18139 NE Couch St, Portland, OR 97230

(503) 489-1760

Comprehensive and accessible medical and mental health services. A coalition of medical doctors, naturopathic doctors, behavioral health counselors, Medication Assisted Treatment providers, medical assistants, and nurse case managers join together to provide relationship-based primary care to those without health insurance.

Click HERE to learn more.

East Burnside Location:

16144 E Burnside St., Portland, OR 97233

(503) 535-3860
info@OutsideIn.org

Mobile Medical Van:

Walk-in patients only, no appointment needed.

Click HERE for a full list of hours and locations.

(503) 438-6445

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

Works with immigrants and refugees experiencing trafficking, domestic and/or sexual violence.

irco.org

For referral, please contact the 24-hour hotline:

(503) 455-1446

Provides culturally specific crisis intervention, safety planning, and case management services for survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

www.selfenhancement.org

Call the Hotline: (503) 972-3698

Call hours: Mon-Fri. 9-5pm, 

After hours calls forward to Call to Safety: (503) 235-5333

Culturally specific domestic violence and sexual assault (DVSA) crisis line, advocacy, case management, and other assistance to the Slavic-speaking population in Oregon and southwest Washington. Call for an appointment.

emoregon.org/ross/ross-dv/

Phone: (503) 777-3437

Call hours: Mon-Fri. 8:30am-5:00pm, Mon-Fri

Crisis line: (503) 381-7757

Mental Health

Full-service medical clinics, free for tribal members, but open to the public on a sliding scale. NARA offers adult as well as child and family mental health services

Adult services available at multiple locations:

Click HERE for more info.

503-307-7775

NARA NW Child & Family Services services:

Click HERE for more info.

620 NE 2nd Street Gresham, OR 97030

(971) 274-3757

Power Hour is an intentional space for Black, Brown, and Indigenous people to build community and heal from the impacts of racism. Click HERE to learn more.

519 NE Hancock Blvd. Portland, OR 97212

powerhour@brownhope.org

Food pantries & Resources

Pre-made boxes provide emergency 3 to 5 days’ supply of food once a month. Handed over outside: www.pacsonline.org

11020 NE Halsey St, Portland, OR 97220

(503) 252-8500

Mobile team providing on-site SNAP application assistance in Mult.Co. area to individuals and families. Schedule appts by phone (call or text). Hours: 8am-5pm Evenings and weekends by appointment. Click HERE to learn more.

(503)320-6658

(503)928-9689

Provides monthly healthy food benefits, growth monitoring and referral to other programs for pregnant and postpartum women, infants and children up to age 5.

East County Program:

600 NE 8th St #230, Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 988-3503

Food pantry serving people currently living east of 82nd and within Multnomah County so proof of address is required for every visit.

SnowCap also offers food boxes, community garden plots and clothing program by appointment.

Click HERE to learn more.

17805 SE Stark St. Portland, OR 97233

(503) 674-8785

Nonprofit mobile food pantry/mobile market created by Centennial High School students.

Click HERE to learn more.

3505 SE 182nd Ave., Gresham, OR 97030

(503) 674-8785

Access to SUN Community School food pantries and free food markets is open to any community member. They have a special focus on meeting the needs of families and students of the school where the school pantry is located. You are welcome to drop by.

Click HERE to learn more.

Goods & Clothing

Clothes are available to east county residents. For schedule and operating hours visit their website: www.franciscenterpdx.org

6535 SE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97266

(503)775-6784

Clothing for people in need. Clothing pantry access once per month. Personal care products (soap, toothpaste, laundry soap, etc.) when available and referrals for people most in need. Visit their website for more information: www.mainspringpdx.org

3500 NE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97220

(503)233-5533

Housing Assistance

JOIN exists to support the efforts of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to transition into permanent housing. Also provides basic services, such as a mailing address.

joinpdx.org

Disability Services

Remote only. Vocational rehabilitation services, including employment for people with disabilities, ESL and computer classes, job development and job placement; translation and interpretation, resume and interview workshops; ESL support and referral. By appointment only.

10011 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97266

(503) 335-6161

Employment & Training

State agency that connects job seekers and employers in Oregon.

www.worksourceoregon.org

Services designed around needs and job goals. A counselor helps you decide what services are right for you. Call for intake appointment.

oregon.gov/odhs/vr/pages/default.aspx

  • 305 NE 102nd Ave., Ste. 200
  • Hours 8 am-5pm. Monday thru Friday
  • (971) 673- 5858

DIY Repair

Resources for fixing and repairing in Portland.

portlandrepairfinder.com/resources

Lending tools to area residents of all income levels.

eastportlandtoolibrary.org

Located in the parking lot of Cherry Park United Methodist Church, 1736 SE 106th Ave. Portland, OR 97216

Hours: Saturdays 10am-1pm

Mending of clothes and other items. Meet & Mend held on the first and third Wednesday of the month in Lents. Masks required.

eastpdxcollective.org

Drop In: Woody Guthrie Place
5800 SE 91st Ave
Portland, OR 97266

Check social media for workshop announcements: @eastpdxcollective

Mending of clothes and other items. Meet & Mend held on the first and third Wednesday of the month in Lents. Masks required.

www.greenlents.org

Cultivating a thriving, resilient, and environmentally-just community through
​ engagement, education and collective action in Lents and outer SE Portland, Oregon


Community Tool Library:

9215 SE Ramona St,

Portland, OR 97266

Hours:

Wednesday 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Saturday 10:00pm – 1:00pm

Home Gardening

The Home Gardens program currently serves participants meeting low-income requirements in the Portland Oregon Metro area.

growing-gardens.org

Apply for the program HERE

Optimizing urban gardens for climate and health benefits.

Contact – Deidre Schuetz, schuetz.deidre@gmail.com

General Resources

A private, community-based nonprofit organization funded by state and municipal contracts, foundations, donations, and community partners in Oregon and Southwest Washington. 211info serves Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties in Washington and the entire of State of Oregon.

211info.org

311 is your first call to help with any questions or local government service needs within Multnomah County.

7 days a week – 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. excluding federal holidays Call: 3-1-1 / 503-823-4000 (outside Multnomah County or VOIP)

Email: 311@portlandoregon.gov | Translation services available | Request material: https://www.portland.gov/311/request-program-material

Often described as “Google for social workers” find free or reduced-cost resources like food, housing, financial assistance, health care, and more based on your zip code.

findhelp.org

The most comprehensive list of services for people experiencing homelessness and poverty in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties, more than 215,000 guides are published and distributed annually. The information is also available digitally, updated throughout the year.