Community Resources

Sign up for OHP/ SNAP/ Childcare Benefits at:


Sign up for OHP/ SNAP/ Childcare Benefits at: |

Food resources

Clackamas Service Center

Free Grocery Delivery

Call (503) 771-7914

DHS Food Market

Food Box

1st Tuesday of Month

315 S Beavercreek Rd

Gleaners Clackamas County

Food Box

Mon-Fri 9-11:30am

13821 Fir Street, Oregon City

Love One: Food Pantry

November 2, 9, 16, 30

December 7, 14, 21, 28


18131 S Fischers Mill Rd, Oregon City

Hope Pantries

Food boxes for pick up at locations below:

First Presbyterian Church

Tuesdays 1-4pm

1321 Linn Ave O.C.

(503) 656- 7444

United Methodist Church

Wednesdays 1-4pm

18955 South End Rd

Oregon City

(503) 656-3433

St John's Catholic Church

Thursdays 3:15 pm - 5:00 pm

4th and Center St O.C.

(503) 742- 8200

First Baptist Church

Fridays 1-4pm

819 John Adams St

Oregon City

(503) 656-3854

  • Pioneer Pantry

    What is Pioneer Pantry?

    The purpose of The Pioneer Pantry is to provide a bag of nonperishable food to students in need that they can take home and eat when school meal programs are unavailable.

    We serve high school students at OCHS, OCSLA, Jackson Prep, CAIS, and Bridges to Independence.

  • NeedFood.Oregon.Gov

    Find food resources from all over the state.

    You can get help with your food needs. Find help getting fresh local food right here.


    Es posible que pueda obtener los beneficios alimenticios a corto plazo.

    Puede presentarla solicitud y ver si obtiene unaaprobación, todo desde su hogar.

  • Hope Pantries

    HOPE Oregon City food pantries are distribution sites for USDA and Oregon Food Bank perishable and non-perishable food.

    HOPE Oregon City food pantries serves those who reside in the 97004, 97013, 97027, 97045, 97068, and 97267 ZIP codes.

  • Learn More About SNAP

    SNAP ​offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Families who are eligible for SNAP are now also eligible for Head Start, and free or discounted internet.

Clothing / Hygiene Care

Clackamas Service Center

Clothing, Showers & Hygiene Items



8800 SE 80th Ave, Portland, OR 97206

PTA Clothes Closet

Call (503) 785-8035 to set an appointment

Love One: Laundry

  • November 9

  • December 14

  • January 11

Brax Laundry

927 Molalla Ave O.C.

3 loads/ family

211 Information Service

Call 211 or visit: for information on resources you need


Beavercreek Health Center

Primary Care & Dental Services

110 Beavercreek Road, Suite 100 O.C


School Based Health Centers

SBHCs are medical clinics that offer children and youth health care either in a school or on school grounds. They help children and youth get the care they need when they need it.

SBHCs have primary care providers such as doctors, nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants. Some have dental and mental health providers. They work with school nurses to help youth stay healthy and in school.

Community partnerships that include schools, school boards, parents, students and medical professionals create and support SBHCs.

Housing / rent

Clackamas Coordinated Housing Access

Rent & Housing Assistance

Call 503-655-8575 or fill out online intake:

St Vincent De Paul

Rent assistance Program

Call 503-235-8431

Love Inc. Clackamas County

Household Supplies

Call 503-650-0153

Tuesday and Thursday

10:30 AM - 1 PM

Catholic Charities of Oregon City

Assistance with energy bills/ rent

Call (503) 231-4866

Clackamas County Community Action

Eviction prevention, emergency rent assistance, low income housing options. Call (503) 650-5750

Clackamas County Eviction Prevention

Eviction prevention through mediation services

Fill out online intake:

Mental Health

Medical Emergency? Call 911

Mental Health Crisis? Call 988


Text teen2teen to 839863 or call


Clackamas County Crisis & Support Line

Call 503-655-8585

Clackamas Women's Services

Domestic Violence Resources & Support

24/7 Crisis & Support Line (503) 654-2288

Dougy Center

Grief Support, Therapy & Resources

Call (503) 775-5683

Hiltop Behavioral Health

Mon-Fri 8-6:30pm

(503) 655- 8401

998 Courthouse Rd Oregon City

Urgent Mental Health Walk In Clinic

Monday - Friday 9 am - 7 pm


11211 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley, OR

Looking for a Therapist for your child? Contact your pediatrician for further referrals/ recommendations.

Warming Centers

Oregon City Public Library

606 John Adams St, Oregon City, OR

Monday - Friday 10 am - 7 pm

Saturday 10 am - 6 pm

Sunday noon - 5 pm

Father’s Heart

603 12th St, Oregon City, OR

Monday - Friday 9 am - 1 pm

Gift Assistance

Lauren Engelfried

Kristina Ermini

Clackamas Service Center

Sign up for a Thanksgiving turkey or chicken or get toy assistance by visiting:

Need toy assistance this holiday season? Reach out to your child’s school team or to our district social workers.

Youth Resources

Ant Farm

Youth Activities, Outdoor adventures, Youth Core- job skills

Call (503) 668-7962 to get connected

The Living Room

Youth Drop In Space


5427 Glen Echo Ave, Gladstone, OR

Coordinated Housing Access: Youthline

Call 503-546-4693 to get connected with youth specific houselessness diversion program

Oregon City Public Library

For information on Events visit:

Prevention Resources

Medical Emergency? Call 911

Mental Health Crisis? Call 988

Oregon City Together

Youth Substance Prevention Education and Resources

Oregon Recovery Network

Provides latest state and local recovery resources such as AA Meetings and peer services like recovery mentors.

The Trevor Project

A crisis line for LGBTQ+ youth. It also offers text and chat options, an online hangout space and other resources.

1-866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386).

Tribe Wellness Community

Offers free online mental health support groups with groups for teens, people in recovery, people with family difficulties, people with mental illness (OCD, anxiety) and more. Online 24 hours a day. Sign up required.

Youth Era

Hosts free virtual drop ins where teens can connect every weekday from 3 to 6 p.m. on a safe and supportive space called Discord. During “Virtual Drop” hours, youth can access activities such as chat rooms, video game competitions, cooking classes and mindfulness exercises.