Looking for help for your child?
Visit the Member Organizations
page and click on the link to any
organization. Their web page will tell you all about their programs, where their services are, and
give you contact information so you can call them with particular questions.
Young Children, Youth, and Families
Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Addiction
- Day Treatment
- Assessment and Evaluation
- Juvenile Offender Accountability
- Alternative Schools & Education
- Transition Services
- Independent Living
- Treating Endangering Behaviors fire setting, sex offenders, suicide, assault
- Residential Treatment
- Foster Homes & Proctor Care Shelter
- Drug and Alcohol Recovery
- Family Mediation
- Pregnant & Parenting Teen Programs
- Intensive Mental Health Treatment
- Services for Runaway & Homeless Youth
- Job Readiness
The Oregon Alliance of Children's Programs celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2002. Members of the Alliance represent over $150 million in services to children and families each year. They touch the lives of 78,000 children and families annually, with the help of 3,800 committed employees, over 450 community members and business professionals who serve as board members, and over 3,000 other volunteers who are dedicated to helping clients with a broad range of needs.
We believe this collective experience and dedication, represented through the services in the Program Services Directory, will be valuable to you in finding the appropriate treatment service for the children and families you care about.
Please feel free to contact the individual organizations and programs included here or call the Alliance office at 503-399-9076 for any assistance or information.
Janet Arenz, Executive Director