Portland DV Organization Updates
- Bradley Angle Resource Center (BARC)
- Open and continuing to offer support to survivors.
- Please make an appointment with your advocate before coming to BARC. Drop-by visits will not be allowed.
- 24/7 Crisis Line Still Available: 1.888.235.5333
- Domestic Violence Resource Center
- Shutting down services provided through the office until April 1
- Shelter not accepting new clients
- Crisis line still available 503-469-8620 | 1-866-469-8600
- Not receiving walk-ins. Appointments only.
- Mobile restraining order clinic temporarily closed.
- Rose Haven
- Open Monday-Friday: 9:00am-11:00am & 1:00pm-3:00pm
- Raphael House
- Open and continuing to offer support to survivors
- 24/7 Crisis Line Still Available: (503) 222-6222
- Clackamas Women’s Services
- CWS outreach offices at A Safe Place Family Justice Center are closed to the public for the time being.
- 24/7 Crisis Line Still Available: (503) 654-2288
Grants & Loans
- Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors (TA-DVS) is a financial assistance grant to support families whose safety is at risk due to domestic violence. This program can help with up to $1,200 over a 90 day-eligibility period to make safety-related payments, such as security deposit, relocation costs, new locks, security cameras.
- Households can apply for $250 in emergency assistance beginning Monday, April 27 at 10 am by contacting 2-1-1 or going to https://www.211info.org/
covid19. Applications from eligible households will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. Assistance with language interpretation or accessibility is available.
- Portland placed portable toilets & hand washing stations at as many as 22 sites across the city for people who don’t have regular access to bathrooms.
- Instructions on how to make homemade hand sanitizer.
- Most companies are waiving late fees and suspending data usage limits due to COVID-19. Check out your specific company for more information: www.cnet.com/news/carriers-are-suspending-internet-data-caps-during-coronavirus/
- Instructions on how to scan documents using an iPhone.
Local companies will suspend shutoffs due to late payments or if you are unable to pay. Please get in touch with your utility company to discuss options.
- Apply for financial hardships: www.portlandoregon.gov/water/69504
- Contact them to set up a payment plan!
Oregon Energy Fund is distributing funding for emergency energy bill assistance to partner agencies to provide for families who have lost work because of COVID-19. If you need help paying bills, visit oregonenergyfund.org/energy-
- Article on employment concerns: www.kgw.com/article/money/business/oregon-unemployment-benefits-coronavirus/283-4a76cc42-d6a2-4338-8c6a-549bfcf4565e
- COVID-19 Layoffs, Closures & Unemployment Insurance Benefits: Call 1-877-345-3484 or go to www.oregon.gov/employ/Pages/COVID-19.aspx
- For any other resource needs: Call 211 (or 1-866-698-6155) or visit www.211info.org/search-resources.
Multnomah County COVID-19 News and Updates
- Multnomah County commissioners voted to extend a state of emergency declaration by three months, with an end date now set for July 9.
Free Meals/Food Access
- Oregon Food Bank Food Finder
- Sunshine Division – Delivering free emergency food boxes. Request online.
- The Waiting Room (2327 NW Kearney Street)
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 477-4380
- Taking orders from 2:00pm to 8:30pm
- Kim Jong Grillin (4606 SE Division Street)
- Call in orders to (503) 929-0522
- Taking orders from 11:30am until sold out
- Jojo Food Truck (3582 SE Powell Blvd)
- Order directly from the truck
- Taking orders from 12:00pm until sold out
- Blanchet House of Hospitality (310 NW Glisan Street)
- Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Saturday
- Breakfast from 6:30am-7:30am, lunch from 11:30am-12:30pm, and dinner from 5:00pm-6:00pm
- Clackamas Service Center (8800 SE 80th Avenue)
- Tuesdays & Thursdays: Lunch from 1:00pm2:00pm
- Wednesday Dinner from 5:00pm-6:00pm, Friday Dinner from 7:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday Dinner from 5:00pm-7:00pm, and Sunday Dinner from 3:00pm-4:00pm
- Sisters of the Road Cafe (133 NW Sixth Avenue)
- Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Free Kids Meals During School Shutdown
- Portland Public Schools
- Laughing Planet Cafe (All Locations)
- Sugar Street Bakery & Bistro (1430 SE Water Ave)
- Bless Your Heart Burgers (126 SW 2nd Ave. and 5410 NE 33rd Ave)
- PDX Sliders (1605 SE Bybee St and 3111 SE Division St)
Free Virtual Activities for Kids During School Shutdown
- Free Education Subscriptions (Complete List)
- Scholastic Learn At Home
- Virtual Field Trips
- Lunch Doodles
- The Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is expanding childcare benefits to support families during the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Oregon Tenant Rights During COVID-19
- Derechos de inquilinos en Oregon durante COVID-19
- Oregon Homeowner Support is a new website that lists HUD-approved counseling agencies. NEDCO is the designated agency for Clackamas County homeowners (not affiliated with NWFS). Their services are geared toward homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments or who are already in default and at risk of foreclosure. These services are provided at NO CHARGE to the homeowner.
- In an effort to keep people in their homes through the state of emergency issued by Multnomah County, landlords will not be able to evict people who have fallen behind on rent payments. Those who are behind due to a loss of income related to COVID-19 will be given a six month grace period to pay back their rent after the state of emergency is over. There will be no late fees.
- TriMet service will continue during the unprecedented challenges facing the world and our community to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, beginning April 5, TriMet will adjust schedules to reflect the reality of dropping ridership, while preserving safety and service coverage across the tri-county area.
- TriMet will be limiting how many people are allowed on buses starting the evening of April 2. No more than 10-15 riders can be on a bus at one time — 10 individuals, or up to 15 if people are riding together (such as couples or parents with children). This is to make sure people have enough space to spread out and to prevent overcrowding. If a bus has 10-15 riders, it will not pick up new passengers until someone exits.