For over 60 years, we’ve joined forces with key community partners from education, healthcare, business and government to create opportunities that change lives and make communities stronger.

Our commitment to children, families and older adults encourages people across the lifespan to realize their full potential. To accomplish this, we focus our work in these service specialties.

MFS Community Schools Locations

  • Centennial District
  • 
David Douglas District
  • Gresham Barlow District
  • North Clackamas District
  • Parkrose District
  • Reynolds District

Transportation

  • Project Linkage

Health & Wellness

  • Food Pantry

Family Support 

  • Financial Literacy
  • Kindergarten Readiness
  • Latino Parent Leadership
  • Parent Education
  • Ways to Save
  • Ways to Work

Older Adult Support 

  • Community Visiting
  • In-Home Support
  • Peer Support
  • Project Linkage

Diversity

Metropolitan Family Service (MFS) provides programs to all individuals and families without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, religion, gender identity or on the basis of disability.

MFS complies with all applicable laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and ORS Chapter 659A. If you wish to request additional information on MFS’s Title VI nondiscrimination requirements or if any person believes they have experienced unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI or other applicable law and wish to file a complaint, contact the Human Resources Department at (503) 232-0007 ext. 215 or email humanresources@metfamily.org.

Client Grievance Process (PDF)
Client Grievance Forms (PDF)