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Community Resources/Recursos Comunitarios

 

 

Youth and Family Mental Health Resources/Recursos para Salud Mental para Jóvenes y Familias 


Bloom Integrative Care 

Services available: Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: Private insurance only, accepts most private insurance


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. All in person services are suspended. Currently facilitating sessions via telephone and Zoom. Intake must be done via Zoom. There is a new youth therapist starting the beginning of April and another starting April 20th.


Contact information: (503) 560-5822


Location: Hillsboro


Website: https://bloomcarenw.com/


Domestic Violence Resource Center/ Family Justice Center

Services available: Housing services, crisis shelter, community advocacy, counseling services. 


Insurance information: None required 


Current accessibility: Crisis line available at any time 


Contact information: *crisis line* (503) 469-8620 or (866) 469-8600


Location: Serving all of Washington Country  


Website: http://www.dvrc-or.org/ 


LifeWorks NorthWest

Services available: Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families

Insurance information: OHP only 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. On going therapy services and intakes will be via telephone. All in person services are suspended unless it’s to pick up medications, to be seen for a crisis, or to receive psychiatric services. All Hillsboro offices are currently closed but the Beaverton office is open but services are limited with very little staff. 


Contact information: 503 645 9010


Location: Hillsboro and Beaverton 


Website: https://www.lifeworksnw.org/


Firefly Institute

Services available: Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families

Insurance information: Private insurance only, accepts most private insurance. 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. All services are being offered via telehealth. For more info visit: https://www.fireflyinstitute.org/telehealth-at-firefly


Contact information: (503) 560-5822


Location: Hillsboro 


Website: https://www.fireflyinstitute.org/


Forest Grove School Based Health Center

Services available: Mental health therapy and medical services for youth. 


Insurance information: OHP and some private insurance 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Therapy services being offered by phone. Call and provider will determine if medical appointment will be via phone or in person. 


Contact information: (503) 359-4057


Location: Next to Forest Grove High School 



Website: https://virginiagarcia.org/clinics-providers/forest-grove-school-district/ 


Hawthorn Walk-In Clinic

Services available: Crisis support for youth, families, and adults


Insurance information: Any insurance accepted


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Physical location is closed until further notice. Phone and video crisis supports are available. Please call the crisis line at 503-291-9111 to access services. The crisis line will work to determine the best option for response. This may include phone support to address concerns. Updates can be found here- https://www.co.washington.or.us/CAO/status-of-county-services.cfm


Contact information: 503-291-9111


Location: Hillsboro 


Website: https://www.co.washington.or.us/hawthorn


Kaiser

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: Kaiser only 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. All services are being offered via telephone and Zoom unless client does not have access. Depends on provider. Contact Kaiser mental health line for more info. 


Contact information: 855-632-8280


Location: Varies depending on provider


Mind Matters

Services available: Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: Private insurance only 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. The waitlist is currently 3-4 months long. All counselors are at capacity- only booking clients who need to see a psychiatrist. 


Contact information: (503) 352-0468


Location: Hillsboro 


Website: http://www.mindmatterspc.com/


Morrison Child and Family Services

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth and families 


Insurance information: OHP and private insurance accepted


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Intakes and ongoing sessions offered via telehealth and video. 


Contact information: (503) 258-4381


Location: Beaverton 


Website: https://morrisonkids.org/


Northwest Counseling Associates 

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families 


Insurance information: Private insurance only, accepts  most private insurance. 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Intakes and ongoing sessions offered via telehealth. There is a waitlist for new clients. 


Contact information: (503) 444-8230


Location: Hillsboro  


Website: https://nwcounselingassociates.com/


Ride to Care

Services available: Free transportation support for all OHP Health Share recipients to medical appointments (including mental health) via mileage reimbursement, trimet passes, and med cabs. 


Insurance information: For OHP Health Share only


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still offering normal services. 


Contact information: (503) 416-3955


Location: Provides transportation support anywhere in Oregon 


Website: http://ridetocare.com/


Sequoia

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: OHP only 


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Hillsboro location is temporarily closed. All groups at both Hillsboro and Aloha locations are cancelled. Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Intakes and ongoing sessions offered via telehealth. There is a waitlist for new clients of about four weeks. In person intakes are not preferred but are still an option at the Aloha location. 


Contact information: (503) 619-1560 (intake line)


Location: Hillsboro and Aloha 


Website: http://sequoiamhs.org/ 


Western Psychological

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: Mostly private insurance, some therapist take OHP


Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Starting on 3/26 only virtual/telephone therapy is being offered. 


Contact information: (503) 439-9531


Location: Hillsboro and Beaverton


Website: https://www.westernpsych.com/


Wolfpack Counseling

Services available:  Mental health therapy for youth, adults, and families


Insurance information: OHP and private insurance accepted. 


Current accessibility: Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Emailed intake coordinator. Waiting to hear back. 


Contact information: (503) 828-3402


Location: All over Washington County 


Website: http://wolfpacktherapeuticservices.org/


Youth Contact

Services available: Mental health therapy for youth and families


Insurance information: OHP only

Current accessibility: (As of 3/23/20) Still accepting new clients and providing ongoing services. Ongoing sessions are being offered via telephone. Still accepting new clients for waitlist but they are working on how to conduct intake methods during this time. Current waitlist is about six weeks long.  


Contact information: (503) 640-4222


Location: Hillsboro and Beaverton 


Website: https://youthcontact.org/


Other Community Resources/Otros Recursos Comunitarios 


NAMS Food Pantry

Current accessibility: Still open and operating. Please follow the “social distancing” recommendations of six feet between each person. 


Hours of operation: Emailed Osvaldo to confirm 


FGHS Food Pantry 


Current accessibility: (they are still determining how and when it’s going to run- they will get back to me with a plan by 3/31.) 


HomePlate Youth Services- Left VM for outreach coordinator. Website says not currently offering drop in  services at Hillsboro location. 


Old Town Church

Services available: Clothing closet “Closet Green” and emergency shelter


Current accessibility: Forest Shelter and Cornelius emergency shelters are currently closed. The Beaverton emergency shelter is open. Clothing closet will be available via appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment. 


Contact information: (503) 536-6755


Location:  2224 15th Ave Forest Grove, OR 97116 


Website:  oldtownfg.com 


Community Action 

Services available: Energy assistance, early childhood development, family development, housing stability.


Current accessibility: All in person services are suspended until further notice. The Main Telephone Line will remain open Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. 


Contact information: (503) 648-6646


If you are at risk of becoming homeless, call 211. 


Website: caowash.org


Virginia Garcia  

Services available: Medical and wellness services 


Insurance information: OHP and private insurance accepted 


Current accessibility: Must call if you want be seen and provider will determine if you can go in for an appointment at this time. COVIA 19 testing available per doctor approval depending on symptoms.  


Contact information: 503) 359-5564


Website: virginiagarcia.org


FGSD Free Meals for Kids 

Meal Distribution: In partnership with Sodexo and Mid Columbia Bus Company, FGSD will continue serving meals during the extended closure. Grab-and-Go meals will be made available for pick up Monday-Friday at the following locations March 30 through April 28 to all children ages 1-18. Children must be present at all sites to receive their meals. Breakfast and lunch will be served together. 

Bus Stop Delivery Meal Locations

  1. Visitation Church: 11:30am
  2. Forest Gale Drive & Highway 8: 10 am
  3. Thatcher City Park: 10 am
  4. Talisman City Park: 10:45 am
  5. Hawthorne St. &26th Ave: 10:45 am
  6. FGSD District Office: 11:30 am
  7. Bard Park: 10 am
  8. Fir Rd. & 19th Ave: 10:45 am
  9. Karen’s Korner Apartments: 10 am
  10. Garden Manor Apartments: 11:30 am
  11. Cornelius Elementary School: 10:45am
  12. S 20th Ave & Dogwood St.: 10 am
  13. Dilley Elementary School: 10 am
  14. Lake Stop Store: 10:45 am
  15. Glenwood Store: 11:30 am
  16. Oak Grove Academy Gales Creek: 10:45 am

Current Walk‐Up Meal Sites (10 am—12 pm, available during spring break)

  1. Harvey Clarke Elementary School
  2. Joseph Gale Elementary School
  3. Rose Grove Park
  4. Echo Shaw Elementary School
 

Community Resources/Recursos comunitarios

Mental Health Resources/ Recursos para salud mental:

Hawthorne Walk in Center

5240 NE Elam Young Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR 97124

(503) 846-4555

Forest Grove School Based Center

1715 Nichols Lane

Forest Grove, OR 97116

(503) 359-4057

Lifeworks Northwest 

1340 E. Main St., 

Hillsboro, Oregon - 97123

(503) 597-6089

Youth Contact 

(503) 640-4222

 

Washington County 24-hour mental health crisis line

(503) 291-9111

 

Calm App

   

Mindful Schools

   

Curable App

   

Housing Resources:

Second Home 

   

Home Plate Youth Services 

12520 SW 3rd Street

Beaverton, OR 97005

(503) 320-8965

Food Resources/Recursos para comida:

Food Pantry

1401 Nichols Lane

Forest Grove, OR 97116

 

Educational Resources 


2020-21 Family Support Plan/Calendar 

The Forest Grove School District is committed to support our students and their families.  Throughout the 2020-21 school year there will be opportunities to participate in Family Support Sessions that are focused on needs communicated by families and community members.  

Below you will find a calendar of events currently scheduled to support your needs.  More sessions will be as needed.


Family Support Calendar and Details

Date and Time(s)

Session Description

Registration/Zoom Links

Wednesday, September 16th


10:00-11:00am


5:00-6:00pm

This session will focus on how to use the Canvas Parent app to establish routines and schedules during Comprehensive Distance Learning. 

Please click here to register.


 Family Support Session Zoom Link

Wednesday, September 23rd


10:00- 11:00am


5:00-6:00pm

In this session we will provide strategies and tips on creating a learning environment by creating a shared vision and using non-verbal cues to develop skills and provide feedback.  

Please click here to register.


Family Support Session Zoom Link

Wednesday, September 30th


10:00-11:00am


5:00-6:00pm

We will focus our time on how to increase motivation using Canvas communication tools, empower children through choice, and how to use intrinsic rewards to develop skills.  

Please click here to register. 


Family Support Session Zoom Link

Wednesday, October 7th


10:00-11:00am


5:00-6:00pm

Common language will be the theme for this session.  Throughout the session you will learn about the language used within our elementary schools to teach social and emotional skills.  Focus will be on language developed using PAX and Zones of Regulation.

Please click here to register. 


Family Support Session Zoom Link

Please note:

  • Sessions will focus on topics outlined and not be meant as individual support or counseling opportunities.
  • Sessions will not be recorded
  • District and Community Support information will be provided at the conclusion of each session.
  • All sessions will be held virtually during the 2020-21 school year
  • Zoom webinars will be used for each session. 
  • All sessions will be available in English and Spanish
  • Any materials needed will be provided free of charge
  • Families will be encouraged but not required to register for each session.

Plan / Calendario de apoyo familiar 2020-21

El Distrito Escolar de Forest Grove está comprometido a apoyar a nuestros estudiantes y sus familias. A lo largo del año escolar 2020-21, habrá oportunidades para participar en sesiones de apoyo familiar que se centran en las necesidades comunicadas por las familias y los miembros de la comunidad.

A continuación, encontrará un calendario de eventos programados actualmente para satisfacer sus necesidades. Más sesiones serán según sea necesario.


Calendario y detalles de apoyo familiar

Fecha/ horario

Descripción de sesión 

Registración/Zoom Links

miércoles 16 de septiembre


10:00- 11:00am

5:00- 6:00pm

Esta sesión se centrará en cómo utilizar la aplicación Canvas Parent para establecer rutinas y horarios durante el aprendizaje integral a distancia.

Por favor haz click aquí para registrarte


 Sesión de apoyo familiar Zoom Link

miércoles 23 de septiembre


10:00- 11:00am

5:00- 6:00pm

En esta sesión, brindaremos estrategias y consejos para crear un entorno de aprendizaje mediante la creación de una visión compartida y el uso de señales no verbales para desarrollar habilidades y proporcionar retroalimentación. 

Please click here to register.


Sesión de apoyo familiar Zoom Link

miércoles 30 de septiembre


10:00- 11:00am

5:00- 6:00pm

Centraremos nuestro tiempo en cómo aumentar la motivación utilizando las herramientas de comunicación de Canvas, empoderar a los niños a través de la elección y cómo usar recompensas intrínsecas para desarrollar habilidades.

Por favor haz click aquí para registrarte 


Sesión de apoyo familiar Zoom Link

miércoles 7 de octubre


10:00- 11:00am

5:00- 6:00pm

El lenguaje común será el tema de esta sesión. A lo largo de la sesión, aprenderá sobre el lenguaje que se usa en nuestras escuelas primarias para enseñar habilidades sociales y emocionales. El enfoque estará en el lenguaje desarrollado usando PAX y Zonas de Regulación.

Por favor haz click aquí para registrarte 


Family Support Session Zoom Link


Tenga en cuenta:

  • Las sesiones se centrarán en los temas descritos y no se considerarán oportunidades de asesoramiento o apoyo individual.
  • Las sesiones no se grabarán
  • Se proporcionará información de apoyo comunitario y del distrito al final de cada sesión.
  • Todas las sesiones se llevarán a cabo virtualmente durante el año escolar 2020-21.
  • Se utilizarán seminarios web de Zoom para cada sesión.
  • Todas las sesiones estarán disponibles en inglés y español.
  • Cualquier material necesario se proporcionará de forma gratuita.
  • Se alentará a las familias, pero no se les pedirá que se registren en cada sesión.