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Catholic Sentinel: TIMELINE: 175 Years for the Archdiocese of Portland

Posted By | Raeann Boero

Did you know that Catholic Charities of Oregon was created in 1933 in response to the Great Depression?

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Disaster Services preparedness tip: School and workplace safety plans

Disasters can happen at any time and anywhere. Making sure you have a plan in place for every location at which you and your family spend time is critical.

How to store food for an emergency

In this month’s disaster preparedness tip, we explore easy ways to safely store food in case of an emergency.

High temperatures are coming: Are you prepared?

With Metro area temperatures soaring this week, it’s important to stay cool and hydrated. Review the information below and share it with friends, neighbors and clients.

Disaster preparedness tips: Sheltering in place and in shelters

In a disaster you may be asked to either evacuate or shelter in place. In the excitement of an emergency, focusing on what you need to do can be difficult. Here’s how to keep your family safe:

Emergency Services for Jackson County

If you live in Jackson County, Oregon, and are facing legal or financial hardships or need emotional support due to the Oregon wildfires, Catholic Charities may be able to help.

Oregon Wildfires: The Long Road to Recovery

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Oregon’s devastating September wildfires took lives, homes, and acres of land. Whole communities were destroyed. People’s entire livelihoods are gone, their futures uncertain. Alongside local and national partners, Catholic Charities has been supporting disaster relief efforts in Medford, Phoenix, and Talent.

Rebuilding: Oregon Wildfire Victims Turn to Catholic Charities After Losing Homes, Stability, Livelihoods

(VIDEO) Amid an already stressful year, thousands of Oregonians—many from immigrant communities—suffered trauma and devastation unlike many of us will see in our lifetimes.