An established employment and counseling program solely dedicated to helping individuals who have legal histories find, keep and excel in well paying jobs with fair, decent employers.
Telephone: (503) 281-2663
Black Parent Initiative
Inspires and mobilizes Black parents to ensure their children achieve educational excellence.
Telephone: (503) 284-8000
Central City Concern
Providing comprehensive solutions to ending homelessness and achieving self-sufficiency.
Telephone: (503) 294-1681
Dress for Success
Providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Telephone: (503) 249-7300.
Goodwill Job Connection
A freejob search and referral program.
Telephone: (503) 238-6100
Home Forward/ Housing Authority of Portland
Housing, help, and hope for all.
Telephone: (503) 802-8300
Prevention, mental health, and addiction services.
Telephone: (503) 645-9010
MercyCorps NW- Re-entry Transition Center
The Re-entry Transition Center (RTC) coordinates reentry services for formerly incarcerated people leaving county, state and federal jails and prisons.
Telephone: (503) 896-5070
Multnomah County Mental Health and Addiction Services
Providing mental health, alcohol, drug, and gambling addiction services to adults, children and families.
Telephone: (503) 823-4000
NARA of the Northwest
Providing education, physical and mental health services and substance abuse treatment that is culturally appropriate to American Indians, Alaska Natives and other vulnerable populations.
Telephone: (503) 224-1044
NAYA Family Center
Working to enrich the lives of Native youth and families through education, community involvement, and culturally specific programming.
Telephone: (503) 288-8177
Self run, self supported, addiction recovery house
Telephone: (301) 587-2916
Portland Police Bureau Sunshine Division
Providing emergency food and clothing relief to Portland families and individuals in need.
Telephone: (503) 823-2102
SE Works-One Stop Career Center
Offering a full range of services available to job seekers and employers designed to strengthen our local and regional economy.
Telephone: (503) 772-2300
The Recovery Village
Helpful blogs, websites and organizations for guidance on healthy living, fitness, addiction treatment, holistic therapy options, and more.
Telephone: (866) 235-4572
Resource: Criminalization of Mental Illness
A statewide network working to stimulate job growth by connecting businesses and workers with the resources they need to succeed.
Portland Central Branch: (503) 280-6046
American Correctional Association
The oldest and largest international correctional association in the world.
Telephone: (800) ACA-JOIN
Bureau of Prisons
Protecting society by confining offenders in the controlled environments of prisons and community-based facilities that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and appropriately secure, and that provide work and other self-improvement opportunities to assist offenders in becoming law-abiding citizens.
Telephone (for Central Office Administration Division): (202) 307-3067
Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office
A public service organization that provides civil, corrections, and law enforcement services to Multnomah County.
Telephone: (503) 988 – 4300
Portland Police Bureaus
Sworn to protect. Dedicated to serve.
Reentry Organizations and Resources (ROAR)
A collaboration of over 50 nonprofit, faith-based and government agencies that work to promote successful reentry from incarceration to the community.
Telephone: (503) 896-5070
US Probation and Pretrial Services
Probation and pretrial services functions in the U.S. district courts.
Washington County Re-entry Council
A community-based coalition of individuals, organizations and agencies working together to help the justice-involved successfully reenter society.