PROVIDING HELP, CREATING HOPE

20K
Oregonians Served
1.8K
Individuals/Families Currently Housed
17K
Volunteers
14K
Volunteer Hours Served

Our Services

Our programs sustain communities and assist individuals and families across the state.
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Housing

Housing Services

Catholic Charities of Oregon develops innovative solutions for some of our region’s most pressing housing challenges.
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Asset Development

Financial Wellness

Financial freedom starts by saving for tomorrow. Save First Financial Wellness offers services that are critical to weathering a financial crisis and attaining a healthy financial lifestyle.
Pregnancy and Parenting

Pregnancy & Parenting Services

In partnership with our clients, we provide an array of family supportive services including counseling, case management, and education.
Migration

Migration Services

At Catholic Charities of Oregon, we welcome all migrants and refugees as our brothers and sisters, providing resettlement and immigration legal services.
Oregon coast
Counseling

Counseling Services

The Intercultural Counseling Center serves children, youth, adults, couples, and families.
Volunteers building new pods for the Kenton Women's Village
Pope Francis

Pope Francis Center

Our center for volunteerism, engagement, and project incubation.
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Press Release

Our Crisis of Character

Posted By | Kat Kelley, Director of Strategic Initiatives
I spent a week touring and working in respite centers along the southern border. While we were there, our team tried to help arrivals work through the trauma they had experienced, hoping to alleviate their intense anxiety. In this report, I walk you through the challenges faced by asylum seekers coming to the U.S. and…
Hands gripped around a chain-link fence.

What Is Public Charge? The State of Oregon Addresses Frequently Asked Questions on DHS Rule Change

Posted By | Staff
Background: On August 12, 2019, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced that it has finalized the new public charge rule. The new rule will take effect October 15, 2019; it is not retroactive. Changes include, but are not limited to, expanding the kinds of public benefits considered in the public charge test. Under the…
View from the State Capitol in Salem

Places to stay cool (interactive map) and resources for recognizing heat-related illness (multilingual)

Posted By | Staff
With temperatures climbing into the high-90s this week, we want to share this interactive map to help you find cool places to stay and this multilingual flyer to help you recognize heat-related illnesses like heat stroke.
A thermometer reaching 100 degrees
Featured Event

Celebration of Hope

Saturday Feb. 29, 2020 |
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SAVE THE DATE: February 29, 2020 Catholic Charities’ 23rd annual Celebration of Hope gala Join us! Contact Kirsten Goetz, Development Events Manager (503) 688-2623 kgoetz@CCOregon.org