East Portland resources and economic opportunities are posted on this page.

Vaccines, and wearing masks in crowds and gatherings, remain our most effective tools against COVID-19. Whether you have or haven’t ...
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Fall Term begins Tuesday, October 5th, 2021. Lutheran Community Services Northwest Citizenship & ESL Program will offer FREE Virtual Citizenship ...
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Make | Learn | Build Grant The Make|Learn|Build grant program supports artists, creatives, organizations, and businesses in making work, gaining skills, or ...
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Applications are open for RAIN's (virtual) Free Digital Sales & Marketing Accelerator Apply Here Due: September 10th The RAINmaker Accelerator is ...
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Historic Parkrose Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative (NPI) is partnering with the Portland Housing Bureau and Home Forward to provide rent assistance ...
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Map of Portland Cooling Centers, Libraries, Places with Water Cooling centers and other cool spaces will be open Thursday and ...
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CLICK HERE to Register Parkrose Marketplace Monthly Market From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located on NE 108th & NE ...
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PP&R is providing free meals for youth this summer. No application or income requirements needed.For locations, times, and safety guidelines, ...
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Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility has put out a statewide list of cooling shelters to beat the heat this weekend ...
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The Pacific Northwest Multi-Cultural (PNMC) Readers Series & Film Festival is launching its inaugural year as a virtual festival based ...
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The Arts Empowerment Program assists artists and arts organization get permits. We focus on assisting Black, Indigenous, People of Color ...
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Learn essential skills and build sound habits to grow your and your family's financial future. COURSE 1 Currency reviewNeeds vs ...
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Starting in March 2020, the federal government approved Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) emergency allotments to give recipients additional support ...
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Mental health support is available from Lines for Life, a suicide prevention organization with specific resources for youth, military personnel ...
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Lines for Life sponsors a BIPOC resource staffed by and focused on supporting BIPOC citizens in trauma. It’s a Crisis ...
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As of May 19th, qualified renters who have experienced financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic and are at risk ...
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NeedFood.Oregon.gov is a one-stop website for new and existing food needs during the pandemic. It also has flyers and social media ...
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Oregon has been approved to provide Pandemic EBT for the 2020-21 school year. This round of Pandemic EBT provides families ...
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Do you identify as a Refugee or Immigrant, and have an interest in pursuing a career in the field of ...
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW The Federal Communications Commission launched a temporary program to help families and households get connected ...
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The Multnomah County Family Violence Coordinating Council (FVCC) invites you to sign up for bi-monthly newsletters and training announcements.  The ...
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In early April, FEMA will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses incurred after Jan. 20, 2020 fordeaths related to ...
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Ride Connection is partnering with food pantries to provide free food boxes to those in need with contactless food delivery ...
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Ride Connection is providing free rides to vaccine clinics for people age 60+ and people with disabilities who have appointments ...
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Seek public benefits/public charge legal advice from Legal Aid/Oregon Law Center’s Public Benefits Hotline at 1-800-520-5292. Stay informed about changes ...
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CLICK HERE for a list of current open recruitments (see "Upcoming Events" on right side panel). All advisory body positions ...
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Click here to apply The Street Trust understands the registration fee may be a barrier to attend the Oregon Active ...
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PGE has dollar-for-dollar payment matching available to help customers with past-due balances get back on track. They can assist customers ...
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Do you buy groceries with SNAP? You may be able to get some of your SNAP dollars added back to ...
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Mortgage Payment Assistance Benefit Mortgage Payment Assistance is temporarily available for homeowners receiving unemployment insurance. Applications are being accepted through ...
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CLICK HERE FOR LINK Multnomah County is leading the Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge (EQRB) project to provide rapid and reliable ...
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The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) announced a new program to help people who work in Oregon ...
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The Resiliency Project is offering microgrants to individuals in the trans and nonbinary community. The Resiliency Project reserves funds to ...
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Starting January 1, 2021 anyone in Oregon over the age of 18 can get a driver's license regardless of immigration ...
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The Multnomah Youth Commission's Youth Against Violence Committee (YAV) is partnering with the Oregon Community Foundation to award five grants, ...
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It is with great pleasure that our Community & Adolescent Health (CAH) program, with funding from the Center for Disease ...
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This resource has a collection of links and pages provided by the state to assist in finding affordable housing, housing ...
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PDX Free Fridge is a grassroots organizing effort to increase access to food for Portlanders. Folks in community leave food ...
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Black Mental Health Oregon gathers the Black community to have courageous conversations on mental health in Oregon through collaboration, awareness, ...
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Use these links to explore which visa application is best for you. Explore U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) applications ...
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Your representative can be a resource for ensuring that your visa application process goes smoothly. You can use this resource ...
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Oregon Immigration Resource provides legal assistance to those seeking visas. They can also help community members access resources while navigating ...
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The aim of this impact series is to lift up and center Black, Indigenous, and people of colors' stories of both positive and undesirable maternal health and ...
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