CPAH relies on a variety of community organizations to provide important services to residents.
Community Action provides case management, rental and energy assistance, Head Start classes and other basic needs services in Washington County.
LifeWorks NW provides a variety of mental health programs and resources.
Washington County Office of Community Development administers a number of federal and local funding sources.
Washington County Housing Services administers Bridges to Housing program for the county and provides other supportive services.
Oregon Food Bank improves food security throughout the state.
LukeDorf provides a variety of mental health programs and resources.
Neighborhood House provides a variety of basic needs services, transitional housing, food and energy assistance, and a variety of programs for children throughout the Portland area (based in SW Portland).
Write Around Portland provides writing workshops to low-income and vulnerable individuals throughout the Portland area.
Beaverton School District participates in the Summer Lunch Program and delivers free lunches to dozens of sites in Washington County to feed low-income kids.
Tigard/Tualatin School District also participates in the Summer Lunch Program and works with CPAH to provide evaluative information for our youth programs.
Good Neighbor Center is a family homeless shelter in Tigard.
NW Pilot Project assists low-income seniors in finding and retaining affordable housing.
Veterans Administration provides a variety of services to veterans including case management and financial assistance to help veterans get into and maintain affordable housing.
Tualatin Riverkeepers works within the region to improve its livability and provides environmental programs for kids.
OSU Extension Services works throughout the area to provide nutrition classes and housekeeping resources to low-income families.