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Oregon has been selected as the host state for the NAPSA (National Adult Protective Services Association) 25th annual conference this coming October. Learn more about the conference.
The new hotline provides Oregonians with another option to report suspected child abuse, elder abuse, abuse of people with physical or
developmental disabilities and abuse of people with mental illness or those
experiencing a mental health crisis. Read more about the new hotline.
A new state-by-state AARP report again puts Oregon near the top on their performance in the delivery of services and supports to older adults and people with disabilities.Learn more about Oregon and the AARP Scorecard.
Children need good nutrition all year long. The Summer Food
Service Program offers free meals to low-income children 18 and under at 500
locations in Oregon while school is out. To find a summer meal site, call
1-866-3-Hungry or 1-877-8-Hambre or visit the Why Hunger Web site.
Oregon's New “Foster Children’s Bill of Rights” includes Dedicated
Advocate, Access to Hotline and Posters in Foster Homes, Licensed AgenciesLearn more about Oregon's Foster Children's Bill of Rights.
Starting in September
2013, the Employment First initiative, with assistance from a grant from the
U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), began
an Employment First Seamless Transition Pilot.
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