Our Members

The Oregon Alliance is a non-profit dedicated to championing and advocating for the health and well-being of children, families and communities across Oregon. We are an association whose members work in partnership to recognize and respond to the complexities of behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, emotional challenges, and trauma. Alliance members provide an array of critical services for children, youth, and families including behavioral and mental health services, homeless youth services, therapeutic residential care, and prevention services, along with foster care, adoption, family reunification, education, and substance use treatment.

We connect with community thought leaders, our partners in government, allied fields, and the private sector to bring together the most effective policies, best practices, and resources to help kids live healthier lives and for families and communities to thrive in every corner of state. As importantly, we support Oregonians in becoming their own best advocates.

Click on the organization logos or names to explore our members' websites.


 4D Recovery


Boys & Girls Aid


Bridge Meadows



Cascadia Health




Collective Roots APG





Community Action Partnership of Oregon



Embark Behavioral Health



Family SkillBuilders 





Family Solutions 




Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. 




Homestead Youth & Family Services 





Jackson Street Youth Services 





Janus Youth Programs



 Jasper Mountain Agency




 KAIROS Northwest



Madrona Recovery 



Maslow Project



Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action


New Avenues for Youth


New Narrative Integrative Mental Health


The Next Door, Inc.


Nexus Family Healing


Northwest Family Services


Oregon Community Programs



Parrott Creek Child & Family Services


Volunteers of America Oregon


Yamhill Community Action Partnership


Youth Progress


Youth Unlimited


Youth Villages


​Want to join this dynamic group?
Call the Alliance 503-399-9076, or email our CEO: [email protected].