2740 SE Powell Blvd, #5, Portland, OR 97202
Phone (503)-231-4866, FAX (503)-231-4327
Richard Birkel, Ph.D., Executive Director: email@example.com
Patricia Rojas, Chief Equity Officer & Dir. of El Programa Hispano:
Serves tens of thousands of people annually as the professional social service arm of the Archdiocese of Portland. Works to meet the needs of the poor and most vulnerable through 12 programs, four member agencies and numerous grantee agencies located throughout western Oregon.
Portland Area Services include:
Provides pregnancy support and open adoption services and Elizabeth House residential maternity home and case management for pregnant teens; refugee resettlement programs, legal services to immigrants and refugees; ministry to the elderly parish outreach; Project Rachel pastoral care and reconciliation services for individuals affected by abortion; Hispanic outreach, information and referral, youth services, domestic violence and counseling programs, community organizing, advocacy, interpretation and health access; affordable
Catholic Community Services of Lane County
1025 “G” Street Springfield, OR 97477-4107
Phone (541) 345-3628 FAX (541) 744-2272
Tom Mulhern - Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Operates Community Service Centers located in Eugene and Springfield that provide basic needs including food boxes, clothing, temporary shelter, rent and energy assistance. Sponsors programs that help families take positive steps to move out of poverty, including: transitional housing for those who are homeless; family support and connections for families whose children are at risk of out-of-home placement; and the Young Fathers Program to help young men learn to become better parents and providers.
Catholic Community Services of The Mid-Willamette Valley & Central Coast
P.O. Box 20400, Keizer, OR 97307-0400
Phone (503) 390-2600 FAX (503) 390-8562
James T. Seymour - Executive Director
Provides professional mental health counseling services for families and children. Provides proctor home/treatment for youth involved in the juvenile justice system. Operates a professional shelter care program for Mid-Willamette Valley region, a treatment foster care program and an emancipation skills program for older adolescents. Provides group homes, skill building and work options for people with developmental disabilities. Operates the Exchange Club Abuse Prevention Center.
Catholic Charities of Southern Oregon
724 South Central Ave., Suite 210, Medford, OR 97501
Phone (541) 779-0803
Provides immigration legal services in Medford. Responds to the needs of low income persons in the areas of direct service advocacy and action for social change with an emphasis on food, affordable housing, health care and education.
825 N.E. 20th, Suite 320, Portland, OR 97232
Phone (503) 231-9484 FAX (503) 231-9531
Sr. Krista Von Borstel, SSMO - Executive Director: email@example.com
Provides opportunities for young people to have a variety of positive developmental experiences under the guidance of trained volunteers. Services include athletic programs and leadership training as well as Camp Howard summer camp for youngsters.
11957 SE Fuller Rd., Milwaukie, OR 97222
Phone (503) 652-7476 FAX (503) 460-7838
Heather Wycoff - Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Griffin Center is to provide parishes and other archdiocesan entities a set of facilities to carry out the educational and catechetical mission of the local church.
*These listings are for informational purposes only.
The organizations listed are not affiliated with the Archdiocese of Portland.*
Serving as a medium through which Catholic women speak as a unit, the ACCW is a federation of Catholic women organizations in the Archdiocese. Works with other civic, social and economic agencies to create interest in, and aid in the solution of present day religious, moral, civic, social, economic and educational problems. Also assists the Archbishop and works in the interests of U.S. Catholic Conference.
9121 N. Burr, Portland, OR 97203
Phone (503) 283-5644
Assumption Village is a senior community grounded in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the faith of the Catholic Church. Dedicated to the sanctity of all life, Assumption Village serves people of all faiths and conditions demonstrating respect and caring in a professional and compassionate manner.
Catholic Order of Foresters
Kathleese Young - General Agent: email@example.com
Visitation Court #1113
Chief Ranger - Shirley Evers
The Catholic Sentinel is the oldest Catholic newspaper on the West Coast. Established in 1870, it has long played a vital and bolstering role for the Catholic community. The Catholic Sentinel is published twice monthly by Oregon Catholic Press, and is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Portland.
Fr. Bernard Youth Center is a retreat facility, complete with dorms, hosting youth and young adult meetings, events weekend retreats and camps.
Knights of Columbus, Oregon State Council
Bob Kish - State Deputy: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Knights of Columbus is a family, fraternal, service organization whose goals are to aid the widows and orphans of deceased members, assist parish priests, perform acts of charity and provide assistance in all communities of Oregon. Each Council seeks to assist their parish, community, young people and the Church through strong family life and dedicated fraternity.
KKIOR (Indonesian Catholic Community in Oregon)
424 SW Mill St.
Portland, OR 97201
Sophia Tanukusuma - President/Chairman: email@example.com
Legatus - Portland Chapter
Mark Bekius - President
Bishop Peter Smith - Chaplain
Made up of Catholic businesspeople, Legatus exists to help us live out our faith in the office, the boardroom and in our everyday lives.
Mary's Woods at Marylhurst
17400 Holy Names Dr.
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Mater Dei Radio (Catholic Broadcasting Northwest, Inc)
KBVM 88.3 FM (Portland/Salem/Vancouver) KMME 94.9 & 100.5 FM (Eugene/Springfield)
P.O. Box 5888, Portland, OR 97228-5888
Phone (503) 285-5200
FAX (503) 285-3322
Patrick Ryan - Executive Director
Mater Dei Radio is a Rosary apostolate that proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They envision a region where there is a vibrant, expanding audience with a personal connection to Jesus Christ through Catholic media.
National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother – The Grotto
NE Sandy Boulevard at 85th Ave., Portland
Mailing: P.O. Box 20008, Portland, OR 97220
Tom Fulmer - Executive Director
Northwest Catholic Counseling Center
8383 N.E. Sandy Blvd., Suite 205, Portland, OR 97220
Phone (503) 253-0964
Erin Reynolds Peters – Executive Director
A State Certified Counseling Agency, the Mission of the NCCC is to continue the healing and teaching ministry of Jesus in today's world. The NCCC is committed to providing professional services in a spirit of compassion to all people as they journey through life.
Oregon Catholic Press
5536 N.E. Hassalo St., Portland, OR 97213
Phone (503) 281-1191
John Limb - Publisher
Jose Ortiz-Valladarez - Editor of Catholic Sentinel
Publishes the Catholic Sentinel, a twice-monthly newspaper for the Portland Archdiocese and El Centinela, a monthly Spanish newspaper. Publishes Today's Missal, Breaking Bread, Misal Del Dia and liturgical music used in over 12,000 Catholic parishes nationwide and worldwide.
Sacred Heart Villa
3911 SE Milwaukie Ave., Portland, OR 97202
Sacred Heart Villa is a diverse and innovative community that includes a Loaves & Fishes Meals-On-Wheels dining and community facility, a Providence rehabilitation clinic as well as Garden Partners’ individual gardening opportunities.
Sanctuary for Sacred Arts
Established to foster and encourage the promotion, use, development, study and preservation of sacred arts.
St. Anthony Village
3560 SE 79th Ave., Portland, OR 97206
Phone (503) 775-4414
St. Anthony Village redefine's contemporary communities as a place where residents of all generations and backgrounds may make their home and share the bond of community. Housing and care services provided by St. Anthony Village are designed to enhance the quality of life for our residents. The Village fosters the dignity of it residents by supporting independence through personal choise and self-determination
St. Vincent de Paul Society
5120 SE Milwaukie Ave, Portland, OR 97202
Phone (503) 235-7837
Anna Plaster - Executive Director
Serves those in need, regardless of race, religion, sex or national origin. 2,000 active volunteers in the greater metropolitan Portland area deliver food, clothing and household items, visit prisons, hospitals and nursing homes, addresses housing needs and respond generously to the needs of their community.
Serra Club (Portland)
1500 NE Irving, Suite 440, Portland, OR 972332-4208
Phone (503) 645-2657
Paul Harris - President
Encourages vocations to the priesthood and religious life. A wide range of social activities for seminarians and clergy are held during the year. The club also offers continuing education for members on topics relation to Church life and vocations. The Serra Club meets The 1st, 3rd, and 5th Wednesdays of the month at St. Patrick Parish Hall in Portland.
Villa St. Margaret
3825 SE 80th Ave., Portland, OR 97206
Phone (503) 774-1702
On-site manager - Maureen O-Shaughnessy
Villa St. Margaret is designed for active, independent retired people. Health-related services (such as assisted living, health care and home health care) are a very important part of the services offered at St. Anthony's Village, but are available only "if and when" you need them.
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