Membership-based social welfare services created to benefit older Americans.
AC Portland supplies the tools to empower students to lead healthy lives, succeed academically through two highly successful national programs. www.acportland.org
Alliance for Children and Families
Representing more than 350 private, nonprofit child and family serving organizations.
Children's Trust Fund of Oregon
The Oregon legislature enacted the Children's Trust Fund of Oregon (CTFO) in 1985. This groundbreaking agency was mandated to prevent the generational cycle of child abuse and neglect to innocent children in Oregon . CTFO funds over 30 programs serving every county throughout our State of Oregon.
City of Portland, Bureau of Housing and Community Development (BHCD)
BHCD provides Metropolitan Family Service with funding to expand opportunities for low income families and individuals to improve their economic condition through financial counseling services. www.portlandonline.com/bhcd
Mobilizing the time, talent, and experience of older adults in service to communities.
Corporation for National Service
Working with governor-appointed state commissions, nonprofits, faith-based groups, schools, and other civic organizations to help volunteers serve their communities.
Health Administration Degrees
A directory of Gerontology/Long Term Care programs, containing nationally accredited programs from 22 schools across the country.
Loaves and Fishes
Loaves & Fishes Centers is a
nonprofit, nonsectarian organization
that provides hot, nutritious meals
to homebound seniors 60 years and
Masters in Gerontology
Resource page for students interested in obtaining their masters degree in gerontology.
Multnomah Mind in the Making is a three year project that uses Mind in the Making and the Seven Essential Skills as a focal point for building bridges between early childhood systems and SUN Community Schools.
Minnesota Parent Information and Resource Center
Part of the Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights
-PACER- that helps parents and families of children with disabilities.
Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services
Assisting older adults and persons with disabilities in Multnomah County to live as independently as possible.
National Association for the Mentally Ill
Dedicated to providing practical support, education and advocacy for families of persons with mental illness in the Portland area.
Oregon Community Warehouse
This Portland nonprofit provides
furniture and household items to
people in need, at no cost. Their
goal is to help low-income
individuals by providing the basic
items needed to set up a home.
Portland Children's Investment
The Children's Investment Fund was
created in 2002 to support programs
citywide that nurture
early-childhood development, provide
after-school and mentoring
opportunities for youth, and prevent
child abuse, neglect, and family
Portland State University's Research and Training Center
Portland State University's Research
and Training Center focuses on improving services to children and youth who have mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders and their families.
Ride Connection is a community
service organization that links
transportation with community needs,
working with multiple provider
agencies including MFS.
Social Venture Partners Portland
Portland based professional business people investing time and resources in local nonprofits, including MFS.
Integrating the delivery of quality education with whatever health, social services, recreational activities and community involvement required in a community.
The Beehive connects you to information and resources around the things that matter most
to you: health, jobs, money, education, and family. Learn how to save on your utility bill, find a doctor, get help in becoming a
homeowner, and find how to get a better job. It's all on
The Lifespan Respite Care Network
The Lifespan Respite Care Network was established by the OregonLegislature as a single
point of access to serve all families and individuals, regardless of age, income, race, ethnicity, special need, or situation.
U.S. Soccer Foundation
A recognized leader in sports-based youth development programs for children in underserved, urban communities. Since its founding in 1994, the organization has provided more than $55 million to create and sustain innovative programs in urban areas across all 50 states.
United Way of the Columbia Willamette
Leading the fund raising and agency support efforts in the Northwest.
Ways to Work
Work, Inc., a federally-certified Community Development Financial
Institution, was established as a sister organization to the
Alliance for Children and Families to help interested Alliance member agencies replicate the
Ways to Work loan program.