Marion County Disability

The Arc of Marion County
(503) 798-2296
Address: Location Confidential, Salem, OR 97301
Web: www.thwww.thearcmarion.org
Email: gro.nepo|ramcra#gro.nepo|ramcra
Fees: Membership fee
Clients: Oregon residents with developmental disabilities
Description: The Arc of Marion County is a nonprofit organization (501c3) of members who work together to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities. The Arc provides guidance, referrals, and assistance to individuals in need. They contribute to public awareness and education on the needs, rights and abilities of people with developmental disabilities; and on prevention through membership meetings, guest speakers and various media campaigns. The Arc is also active in local, state and national legislation for the rights and protection of residents with developmental disabilities. Mission Statement: The Arc advocates to enhance the dignity; expand the opportunities; protect the rights of persons and their families with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities; sponsors recreational opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.


Seasons
(503) 585-8129
Address: 1580 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: (503) 363-6158
Service Hours: M-F, 10:00 am-8:00 pm
Fees: Sliding scale
Clients: Adults only ages 17 and older
Description: Seasons offers substance abuse treatment; provides services to deaf, hearing-impaired individuals and co-ed groups. Services include: outpatient substance abuse treatment; DUll Levels 1, 2, and 3; and services to those who are dually-diagnosed.


Shangri-La Corporation
(503) 581-1732
Address: 4080 Reed Rd. S.E., Ste. 150, Salem, OR 97302-1100
Fax: (503) 581-5638
Bus Route Info: #7
Service Hours: 24 hrs7 days
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Web: www.Shangrilacorp.org
Fees: Sliding scale; call for details.
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish, Russian, and Sign
Description: The Shangri-La Corporation provides specialized services to Oregonians with disabilities or to those who are economically disadvantaged. They have served teen mothers and their children; unemployed men and women; homeless families; inmates incarcerated at two of Oregon's correctional facilities; as well as adults with developmental disabilities; Alzheimer's disease; and mental illness. Service schedules range from just a few hours of time to 24 hours/7 days a week; including short-term support and intensive life-long care; and are personalized to meet an individual's needs, skills, and goals.


Vocational Rehabilitation Division - Dallas (OVRS)
(503) 378-5334
Address: 167 S.W. Academy St., Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 831-3385
TTY: (503) 831-1612
Service Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Web: http://oregon.gov/DHS/vr/officelocation.shtml
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Available upon request.
Description: The Vocational Rehabilitation Division serves people who have a disability, and the disability is in some way a barrier to employment. Their mission is to assist Oregonians with disabilities to achieve and maintain employment and independence.


Vocational Rehabilitation Division - Salem (OVRS)
(503) 378-5334
Address: 1701 Liberty S.E., Salem, OR 97302
Fax: (503) 373-7549
TTY: (503) 378-2483
Service Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Web: http://oregon.gov/DHS/vr/officelocation.shtml
Fees: Free
Clients: Disabled persons
Alternate Languages: Sign, others available upon request.
Description: The Vocational Rehabilitation Division serves people who have a disability, and the' disability is in some way a barrier to employment. Their mission is to assist Oregonians with disabilities, to achieve and maintain employment and independence.


Vocational Rehabilitation Services Woodburn (OVRS)
(503) 378-3587
Address: 120 E. Lincoln St., Ste.120, Woodburn, OR 97071
Fax: (503) 980-6656
Service Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Web: http://oregon.gov/DHS/vr/officelocation.shtml
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Russian, Spanish
Description: The Vocational Rehabilitation Division serves people who have a disability, and the disability is in some way a barrier to employment. Their mission is to assist Oregonians with disabilities, to achieve and maintain employment and independence. Please call for an appointment and orientation.

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