Polk County Community Corrections Reentry Information

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Contact Information

689 Main St.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-5226
Fax 503-623-5326

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Food/Clothing/Housing Assistance

H2O- Help & Hope to Others

451 SE Maple St.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-831-4736

West Valley Housing Authority

503-623-8387

Dallas Resource

326 Main St.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-523-8429

Grand Ronde Community Resource Center

(503) 879-5731
Address: 8725 Grand Ronde Rd., Grand Ronde, OR 97347
Service Hours: M & F 10:00am-5:00pm
Fees: Free
Clients: Tribal Members
Description: The Grand Ronde Community Resource Center provides a Food Bank and a senior meal site. This office serves Polk county and part of South Yamhill County.

Help and Hope to Others (H2O)

(503) 831-4736
Address: 451 SE Maple, Dallas, OR 97338
Service Hours: M-Sa 9:00am - 5:00pm
Fees: Free, except at the retail store
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Available upon request
Description: Help and Hope to Others provides emergency food boxes (USDA Food Pantry) 10:30 - 1:15 M-Sat. and clothing and household goods (Helping Hands) to residents of Polk Co.. Furniture and appliances are also available for purchase at the retail store. Helping Hands requires a referral from a social service agency or church or school.

Shared Blessing

(503) 364-0002
Address: 1675 Wallace Rd. NW, Salem, OR 97304
Service Hours: W, F 9:00am-11:45am
Office Hours: M-Th 9:00am-4:30pm
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Limited Spanish
Description: Shared Blessing provides food and clothing. Please call or stop by the office for information on services, picture identification is required for all services.

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Legal

Marion-Polk Legal Aid Service, Inc.

(503) 606-3284
Address: 769 N. Main St., Ste. B, Independence, OR 97351
Service Hours: Mon. 1:30pm-4:00pm
Web: www.mplas.org
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Marion/Polk County Legal Aid Service provides legal assistance concerning landlord/tenant issues, public benefits (SS or SSI, etc.), family loss; and senior issues such as nursing home placement, Medicaid, and custody issues concerning the elderly.

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Employment

Bridges to Employment

503-831-1950

Polk County Job & Career Center

503-831-1950

DePaul Industries

(800) 755-5880, (503) 856-9563
Address: 4660 Portland Rd. N.E., Ste. 108, Salem, OR 97305
Fax: (503) 856-9848
TTY: (503) 856-9563
Bus Route Info: #3
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.depaulindustries.com
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Description: DePaul Industries provides vocational training and employment .services. They also work with people with disabilities. Please call for information about the services they provide.

Job Corps

(888) 505-9121, (503) 589-4066
Address: 3865 Wolverine S, Bldg. E, Ste.6, Salem, OR 97305
Fax: (503) 589-4068
Service Hours: 24hrs/7days
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.jobcorps.org
Fees: Free
Clients: Youth, ages 16-24 (age is waved for a documented disability)
Description: Job Corps offers vocational training to youth ages 16-24 who meet eligibility standards (contact your local office for information concerning those standards). This agency provides a campus setting for those enrolled. The campus offers residential and nonresidential dormitories for living, a recreation center, an education center providing vocational and academic classes, a cafeteria, and medical staff that are readily available on the campus. This program pays you a stipend while you learn a trade. Call for more specific information concerning this opportunity to make a difference in your life.

Oregon Employment Department - Dallas

(503) 831-1950
Address: 580 Main St., Ste. B, Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 831-1952
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.workinginoregon.org
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Inquire
Description: The Oregon Employment Department provides job placement assistance to all Oregon jobseekers and recruiting services for business as well as priority services for veterans, labor market information, and information about and promotion of quality child care. It also provides unemployment insurance assistance to those who qualify.

Polk Job and Career Center

(503) 831-1950
Address: 580 Main St., Ste. B, Dallas, OR 97338
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.work-life-success.com
Email: ude.atekemehc|regnillitsk#ude.atekemehc|regnillitsk
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Description: The Polk Job and Career Center assists community members in job search by providing professional assistance with resumes, cover letters, and applications. They offer job search and placement assistance, including career guidance and job referrals, as well as information on filing Unemployment Insurance claims, JOBS Plus, and Tax Credit programs. Information training vendors, as well as educational, vocational rehabilitation, childcare, and transportation providers are available. PJ&CC offers an assessment of skills, aptitudes, and abilities; and referrals to supportive services. Computers, fax machines, typewriters, and copiers are offered for job search assistance, and services to businesses include retention, training, and employee screening.

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Community Support Programs

Polk County Service Integration

503-623-9664

Alcoholic Anonymous

503-399-0599

Narcotics Anonymous

503-990-0861/503-931-6130

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Health Care

Health Care Safety Net Clinics

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Disability

The Arc of Polk County
(503) 949-5552
Address: 240 SW Washington St., Dallas, OR 97338
Web: www.arcofpolkcounty.org
Email: gro.ytnuocklopfocra|klopcra#gro.ytnuocklopfocra|klopcra
Fees:Only for select community events
Clients: Oregon residents with developmental disabilities
Alternate Languages: Available upon request
Description: The Arc of Polk County is a nonprofit organization (501c.3) 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. 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 enhancing the dignity, expanding the opportunities, and protecting the rights of persons with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities and their families.

DHS - Seniors and People with Disabilities

(503) 831-0581
Address: 260 NE Kings Valley Hwy., Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 623-5178
TTY: (503) 623-5219
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Fees: Free
Clients: Low-income people with disabilities
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: Seniors and People with Disabilities provide medical assistance (Medicaid and OHP) and food stamps for elderly and/or disabled persons who have limited income and resources. They provide services for persons needing long-term care such as in-home care, adult foster care, home assisted living, a residential care facility, and nursing home care, as well as investigates elder abuse and provides protective services for the elderly and people with disabilities. This agency also provides assistance with support groups, supervision, information and referral.

Northwest Human Services

(503) 378-7526
Address: 1233 Edgewater St. NW, Salem, Or 97304
Fax: (503) 588-5803
TTY: (503) 588-5845
Service Hours: M-Sat. 8:30am-5:30pm
Web: www.northwesthumanservices.org
Fees: Sliding scale; Accepts Victims of Crimes Alliance (VOCA) sponsored
Clients: Deaf and hearing impaired
Alternate Languages: American Sign
Description: The Connection Program provides case management and advocacy for deaf persons. They provide a TTY emergency hotline at (503) 588-5833, and an after hours/emergencies number at (503) 581-5535

Northwest Human Services - Homeless Outreach and Advocacy Project (HOAP)

(503) 588-5827
Address: 694 Church St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
Service Hours: 24hrs /7days
Office Hours: M-F 8:30am-4:00pm; Th 9:30-4:00pm
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Description: The Homeless Outreach and Advocacy Project provide services to people who are mentally ill and homeless. Services include outreach, clothing, food, housing, medical care, showers, laundry, advocacy, and case management. HOAP also has a drop-in center available.

Shangri-La Corporation

(503) 581-1732
Address: 4080 Reed Rd. SE, Ste.150, Salem, OR 97302-1100
Fax: (503) 581-5638
Bus Route Info. #7
Service Hours: 24hrs/7days
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.Shangrilacorp.org
Fees: Sliding scale; call for details
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish, Russian, Sign
Description: The Shangri-La Corporation provides specialized services to Oregonians with disabilities or to these who are economically disadvantaged. They have serve teen mothers and their children, unemployed men and women, homeless families, inmates incarcerated at 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 SW Academy St., Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 831-3385
TTY: (503) 831-1612
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Web: www.dhs.state.or.us/vr/index.html
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.

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Treatment

Alcohol and Drug Treatment

Polk County Mental Health

503-623-9289

Clear Paths Behavioral Care

503-831-1423

Tahana Whitecrow

503-585-0564

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Domestic Violence Treatment

Solutions

503-362-9466

Focus Circle

503-930-8799

Northwest Interventions

503-391-1308 Fax 503-391-6879

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Anger Management Treatment

Solutions

503-362-9466

Focus Circle

503-930-8799

Center for Family Counseling

503-838-6420

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Mental Health Treatment

Polk County Mental Health

503-623-9289

Clear Paths Behavioral Care

503-831-1423

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Sex Offender Treatment

Terry Harrington

503-399-9033

Dr. William Davis

503-364-6093

Jim Briggs

503-585-4570

Ben Brown

503-472-2985

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Counseling

Catholic Community Services

(503) 390-2600
Address: 3737 Portland Rd. NE, Salem, OR 97303
Fax: (503) 304-1310
Bus Route Info: #4
Service Hours: M-Th 8:00am-6:15pm; Fri. 8:00am-5:15pm
Fees: OHP; Private pay
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Community Counseling Center provides counseling services. Please call for more information.

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Crisis/Emergency

West Valley Hospital

503-623-8301
Address: 525 SE Washington St., Dallas, OR 97338
Service Hours: 24 hrs/7 days
Web: [*http//www.westvalleyhospital.org www.westvalleyhospital.org]
Fees: Charity Care; Medicare; OHP; Private insurance
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Interpreter available upon request
Description: The West Valley Hospital provides quality healthcare services and leadership in promoting health improvement to all persons in its service area on a non-discriminatory basis.

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Multiple Service Center

Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon
(503) 390-9494
Address: 3160 Blossom Dr. NE Ste.105, Keizer, OR 97301
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm
Web: www.ctsi.nsn.us
Fees: Free
Clients: Tribal Members
Description: The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon provides adult education job placement, alcoholism outpatient services, higher education, housing improvement program, and Indian Child Welfare Act Services. They also provide an employment referral program. Some of the programs are restricted to tribal members only; please call for details at (800) 922-1399.

DHS - Community Human Services - Self Sufficiency Program

(503) 623-8118
Address: 177 SW Oak St, Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 378-3700 TTY: (503) 373-1851
Service Hours: M-F 7:30am-5:00pm
Web: www.dhs.hr.state.or.us
Fees: Free
Clients: Low-income families
Alternate Languages: Available upon request
Description: The Self-Sufficiency Program provides financial help to low income families with children, employment-related day care, food stamps, OHP, refugee program, Job Opportunities Basic Skill (JOBS) program, and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).

Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. - Dallas Resource Center

(503) 623-8429
Address: 326 Main St., Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 623-0649
Bus Route Info: #1, #2
Service Hours: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm
Fees: Free Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Available upon request
Description: Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Center provides information and referral, client advocacy and emergency funds.

Northwest Human Services - Community Voice Mail Program

(800) 560-5535, (503) 588-5822
Address: 1073 Oak St., SE, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: (503) 391-5291
TTY: (503) 588-5833
Bus Route Info: #6
Service Hours: 24hrs/7days
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Fees: Free
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Salem Community Voice Mail Program allows a person without a phone to receive messages from prospective employers and landlords during their job or housing search. It also provides a vehicle for communication with other social service agencies, as well as service to individuals fleeing domestic violence.

Northwest Human Services - West Salem Clinic - Medical

(503) 378-7526
Address: 1233 Edgewater St., NW, Salem, OR 97304
Fax: (503)585-4278
Service Hours: M-F 8:30am-5:30pm; W 8:30 am-7:45pm; Sat. 8:30am-5:30pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Fees: Sliding scale and insurance (Call for details)
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish, others available upon request
Description: The West Salem Clinic's medical section provides services that include health maintenance exams, well child visits, childhood immunizations, treatment of acute illness and injuries, management of chronic diseases, family planning and annual exams, prenatal care, hospital delivery, in-hospital care from clinic physicians, and laboratory services. Discounts are available to those who qualify and are unable to pay the fee.

Polk County Health Department

(503) 623-8175
Address: 182 SW Academy St., Suite 302, Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 831-3499
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-12:00; 1:00 pm-5:00pm
Web: www.co.polk.or.us
Fees: Fees vary
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Polk County Health Department offers STD and HIV testing and counseling. They also provide the WIC program, family planning, and birth control.

Polk County Human Services

(503) 623-9317
Address: 182 SW Academy St., Ste. 310, Dallas, OR 97338
Fax: (503) 623-2731
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-12:00noon; 1:00pm-5:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-12:00noon, 1:00pm-5:00pm
Web: www.co.polk.or.us
Fees: Free; Fixed fee
Clients: General public
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: Polk County Human Services is a multiple service organization that provides referrals for clothing assistance, counseling and mental health services, crisis and emergency intervention, employment training and placement, family planning, housing assistance, medical services, and substance abuse assistance. They also provide a referral system for child care, financial and legal aid, and transportation issues.

Salem Veterans Center

(503) 362-9911
Address: 617 Chemeketa St, Ste. 100, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: (503) 364-2534
Bus Route Info: Near Transit Center
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm
Fees: Free
Clients: Veterans with an honorable discharge
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Salem Veterans Center provides counseling for trauma due to the effects of combat situations. Veterans' families also receive counseling, providing the veteran has been honorably discharged from the service. The Veterans Center also offers referrals for drug and alcohol issues, and counseling for people sexually traumatized in the military. Services are available to a portion of Wasco County as well.

The Salvation Army - Administration Office

(503)399-0206
Address: 1887 Front St. NE, Salem, OR 97303
Fax: (503) 399-1527
Service Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:00pm
Office Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:00pm
Web: www.salvationarmyusa.org
Fees: Free
Clients: Low-income persons
Description: The Salvation Army provides emergency food, clothing, furniture, temporary shelter, seasonal assistance as available, emergency transportation, and a youth center. Shelter and transportation are available on a case-by-case basis.

Social Security Administration Office

(800) 772-1213
Address: 530 Center Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
Service Hours: M-F 9:00am-4:30pm
Office Hours: M-F 9:00am-4:30pm
Web: www.ssa.gov
Fees: Free
Clients: Qualification requirements vary for each individual case
Alternate Language: Spanish
Description: The Social Security Administration provides Medicare benefits; retirement, disability, and death benefits for survivors; Supplemental Security Income (SS1); and benefits for aged, blind, disabled adults, and children.

Union Gospel Mission

(503) 362-3983
Address: 345 Commercial St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
Fax: (503) 399-5646
Service Hours: 24hrs/7days
Office Hours: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm
Web: [http://www.ugmsalem.org]
Email: gro.melasmgu|ofni#gro.melasmgu|ofni
Fees: Free
Clients: Homeless or low-income men, women, and children
Alternate Languages: Spanish
Description: The Union Gospel Mission provides a men's shelter, a thrift store, food assistance, furniture, and clothing. They also provide a shelter for single men, single women, and women with families or children as well as counseling.

Union Gospel Mission - Thrift Store

(503) 375-2511
Address: 885 Commercial St. N.E., Salem, OR 97301
Fax: (503) 763-0121
Service Hours: M-Sat. 9:30am-5:30pm
Office Hours: M-Sat. 9:30am-5:30pm
Web: [http://www.ugmsalem.org]
Email: gro.melasmgu|redeobj#gro.melasmgu|redeobj
Fees: Retail rate
Clients: General public
Description: The Union Gospel Mission's Thrift Store provides affordable clothes, furniture, and other household items for low income families.

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Child Support Services in Polk County Provided By:

Salem Office
Division of Child Support
4600 25th Avenue NE, Suite 180
Salem, OR 97301
Phone: (503) 986-2565
Fax: (503) 986-6147
Oregon Child Support Program

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