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Resources in the Salem Area

Food Resources

Community Dinners

Keizer Community Dinners

When: 4th Wednesday of Every Month
Where: 5303 River Rd N, Keizer, OR 97303
Call: 503.393.5323


South Salem Friends Church

When: Tuesdays // 5:30-7pm
Where: 1140 Baxter Rd SE, Salem, OR 97306
Call: 503.364.7476


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Food Resources

WIC

Where: 3180 Center St NE, Salem, OR 97301
Call: 503.393.7722


SNAP

What: Low-Income Nutrition Assistance Program
Call: 503.393.7722


Marion Polk Food Share

Where: 1660 Salem Industrial Dr NE
Call: 503.393.7722


Meals on Wheels

What: Seniors and Disabled adults
Call: 503.364.2856


Salem Adventist Community Service

What: Free clothing, diapers, food boxes, and household items
Where: 1860 Summer St. NE
Call: 503.363.8893

Meal Sites

ARCHES

Where: 1164 Madison St.
What: Sack lunches


HOME/Drop-In

Where: 625 Union St.
When: Lunch From Noon-1pm, Dinner from 4:30-6:30pm


Jason Lee Church

Where: 820 Jefferson St. NE
When: Sundays 1:30-2:30 pm


SonRise Church

Where: 195 Cinnercuak St, NE
When: Dinner Mon-Wed at 5:00 pm


St. Edwards Catholic Church

Where: 5303 River Rd N
When: Sundays 3:00 – 4:00 pm


South Salem Friends

Where: 1140 Baxter Rd S
When: Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Health Care

Health Care

Oregon Health Plan

 

Where: 500 Summer St NE, Salem, OR 97301
Call:503-947-2340

 


 

Oregon Healthy Kids

 

Where: 500 Summer St NE, Salem, OR 97301
Call:1-877-314-5678

 


 

Northwest Human Services

 

Where: 681 Center St NE Salem, OR 97301
Call: 503-588-5828

 

 


 

Drug Rehab Services

 Where: www.drugrehab.com/oregon/

Call: 877-589-4724

 

 

Pregnancy Resource Centers

Michael the Archangel Pregnancy Resource Center

Where:1725 Capitol St NE, Salem, OR 97301
Call: (503) 581-2229


St. Germaine Pregnancy Resource Center

Where: 3857 Wolverine St NE suite 2c, Salem, OR 97305
Call: (503) 363-2525


Hope Pregnancy Clinic

Where: 2630 Market St NE, Salem, OR 97301
Call: 503) 364-2464


Birth Right of Salem

Where: 1880 Lancaster Dr. NE St #124
Call: 503-585-2273


Childcare Resource and Referral

Where: 2475 Center St. NE
Call: 503-585-2491


Family Building Blocks

Where: 2425 Lancaster Dr. NE
Call: 503-566-2132


Salem Adventist Community Service

Where: 1860 Summer St. NE
Call: 503-363-8893

Domestic Issues

Domestic Violence / Human Trafficking

Center for Hope and Safety

Where: 605 Center St NE, Salem, OR 97301
24hr Hotline: 503.393.7722

Housing

Government Programs

Marion County Housing Authority

What: Housing programs for low-income individuals and families in Marion Co.
Contact: 503-798-4170

Salem Housing Authority

What: Housing programs for low-income individuals and families in Salem.
Contact: 503-588-6368

City of Salem HUD Apartments

Call for information, subsidized apartments, contact each coplex. 
Contact: 503-588-6368

Adolescent Programs

Marion County Housing Authority

What: Supportive apartment housing to help youth ages 16-23 gain life skills and transition toward independence. Priority given to youth aged out of foster care.

Contact: 503-362-2225

Where: 2933 Center St.

ARCHES Project

The ARCHES Project

What: Support services, case management, housing and rental assistance, tenant education for the homeless individual and families

Contact: 503-399-9080

 

Food and Clothing

Anyone

Salem Adventist Community Service

What: Free clothing, diapers, food boxes, and household items.
Where: 1860 Summer St. NE
Contact: 503-363-8893
 

Adolescents & Young Adults

HOME Youth & Resource Center Drop-In

What: Daytime drop-in and resource center for youth ages 11-17 (18 if in school), meals and food boxes.
Contact:
503-391-6428
Where: 625 Union St.


Helping Hands

What: Free clothing, diapers, bus passes, financial assistance, employment/interview clothing by appointment.
Contact:
503-364-9936
Where: 1755 13th St. SE

Adults & Elderly

Salvation Army

What: Emergency food boxes, financial assistance for rent and utilities
Contact:
503-585-6688
Where: 1977 Front St.


Shared Blessings

What: Food boxes every 30 days and clothing
Contact:
503-364-0002
Where: 1675 Wallace Rd.

Post-Abortion Ministries

Contact

Rachel’s Vineyard


Save One


Move Forward

Contact: Call or text Ann at 503-991-2744 or email movingforward@salemheightschurch.org

Education Services

Adult

Chemeketa GED

What: GED preparation classes. Must be 18.

Where: 4000 Lancaster Dr. NE

Call: 503-399-5224

 

Adolescent

Roberts High School

What: Alternative education to complete high shcool requirements, provides a smaller learning environment, behavioral support, and academic recovery.
Where: 3620 State St. SSE
Call: 503-399-5550


Roberts Downtown Learning Center

What: Support and services to earn a GED for students 16-21
Where: 360 Commercial St. NE
Call: 503-399-3421


Roberts High School Teen Parent Program

What: Smaller learning environment for teens parents or pregnant teens.
Where: 4071 Winema PL. Bldg #50
Call: 503-399-3105


Winema High School Completion

What: Structured classes are offered both during the day and the evening to complete a high shcool diploma.
Where: 4071 Winema PL. Bldg #50
Call: 503-365-4705


Chemeketa High School Equivalency

What: Program to assist migrant yourh obtain GED certificate
Where: 4000 Lancaster Dr. NE
Call: 503-589-7725


Students in Transition Education Program

What: Assists homeless youth in overcoming barriers to school attendance, provides transportation, school supplies, educational advocacy.
Where: 1309 Ferry St. SE
Call: 503-391-4060

Emergency Assistance (Crisis)

Adolescent

NW Human Services Crisis and Information Hotline

Call: 503-581-5535


Mid Valley Women’s Crisis Hotline

Call: 1-866-399-7722


Human Trafficking Hotline

Call: 1-888-373-7888
Text: BE FREE (233733)


National Runaway Safeline

What: 24 hour crisis and free transportation home
Call: 1-800-Runaway


Youth America Hotline

What: Teens helping teens. 24 hour hotline.
Call: 1-877-968-8454


Salem Police Department (non-emergency)

Call: 503-588-6123


Keizer Police Department (non-emergency)

Call: 503-390-3713

Adult

NW Human Services Crisis and Information Hotline

 

Call: 503-581-5535

 


 

Mid Valley Women’s Crisis Hotline

 

Call: 1-866-399-7722

 


 

Human Trafficking Hotline

 

Call: 1-888-373-7888
Text: BE FREE (233733)

 


 

Salem Police Department (non-emergency)

 

Call: 503-588-6123

 


 

Keizer Police Department (non-emergency)

 

Call: 503-390-3713

 

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Drug Rehab Services

 

Where: www.drugrehab.com/oregon/
Call: 877-589-4724

 

 

 

Legal Help

Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services

What: Immigration legal service to low-income immigrants and refugees, Deferred Action for Childhool Arrivals (DACA).

Where: 2740 SE Powell Blvd, Portland


Mano a Mano Family Center

What: Free consultation with attorneys, low-income, migrant, Mon-Fri 1pm – 6pm.

Where: 2921 Saddle Club St. Ste #1009

Call: 503-315-2290

Shelters

Children

ARCHES Drop-In Day Center

What: Sack lunches, laundry, showers, telephones access hygiene products. Mon-Fri 9am – 4pm

Where: 1164 Madison St. NE


Catholic Community Safe Families for Children

What: Respite care in host homes for children whose family is experiencing crisis. No restriction of parental rights and contact with children is encouraged.

Visit: https://www.safe-families.org

Call: 503-580-4672


Simonka Place

What: Short terms and transition shelter for women ages 18+ and children.

Where: 5119 River Rd

Call: 503-362-7487

Adolescents

ARCHES Drop-In Day Center

What: Sack lunches, laundry, showers, telephones access hygiene products. Mon-Fri 9am – 4pm

Where: 1164 Madison St. NE


Catholic Community Father Taafe Homes

What: Housing program for youth ages 18-22 who are unable to unite with family and have no other housing options. Focus on life skills, job readiness and completion of education.

Where:3737 Portland Rd NE

Call: 503-390-2600


MWVCAA Home Youth/Resource Drop-In Center

What: Day Shelter for youth ages 11-17, 18 if still in school, GED programs, meals, clothing, laundry facilities, showers, referrals

Where: 625 Union St

Call: 503-391-6428


NW Human Services HOST (Rosemary’s Place)

What: Overnight emergency shelter for ages 11-24, drop-in center, crisis intervention, family reunification.

Where: 1143 Liberty St. NE

Call: 503-588-5825


NW Human Services Transition Living Program

What: Housing program for youth ages 18-22 who are unable to unite with family and have no other housing options. Focus on life skills, job readiness and completion of education.

Where: 1143 Liberty St. NE

Call: 503-361-0380


Center for Hope and Safety

What: Emergency shelter for domestic violence victims, advocacy, education

Where: 795 Winter St. NE

Call: 503-399-7722 or 503-378-1572

Adults

ARCHES Drop-In Day Center

What: Sack lunches, laundry, showers, telephones access hygiene products. Mon-Fri 9am – 4pm

Where: 1164 Madison St. NE


NW Human Services HOST (Rosemary’s Place)

What: Overnight emergency shelter for ages 11-24, drop-in center, crisis intervention, family reunification.

Where: 1143 Liberty St. NE

Call: 503-588-5825


NW Human Services Transition Living Program

What: Housing program for youth ages 18-22 who are unable to unite with family and have no other housing options. Focus on life skills, job readiness and completion of education.

Where: 1143 Liberty St. NE

Call: 503-361-0380


Center for Hope and Safety

What: Emergency shelter for domestic violence victims, advocacy, education

Where: 795 Winter St. NE

Call: 503-399-7722 or 503-378-1572


Northwest Human Services HOAP Drop-In

What: Lunch, showers, laundry, telephone access crisis intervention, mental health support for homelss individuals 18+

Where: 394 Church St. NE


Salvation Army

What: Emergency and tranitional shelters for homeless men and women 18 and older

Where: 1901 Front St.

Call: 503-585-6688


Simonka Place

What: Short terms and transition shelter for women ages 18+ and children.

Where: 5119 River Rd

Call: 503-362-7487


Union Gospel Mission

What: An overnight shelter for homeless males ages 18+

Where: 345 Commercial St. NE

Call: 503-362-3983


Women at the Well Grace House

What: Emergency and tranitional shelters for homeless 18 and older

Where: 1324 Peace St. SE

Call: 971-600-3627

Social Services

Adolescents

The ARCHES Project

What: Referral Information, housing programs, case management, day shelter for homeless families and individuals 18+

Where: 1164 Madison St. NE

Call: 503-399-9080


Crisis and Information Hotline Northwest Human Services

What: Primary crisis line and suicide prevention.

Call: 503-581-5535 or 1-800-560-5535


Congregations Helping People

What: Resources and financial help for low-income families. Mon, Wed, Thur, 9 am; Tues at noon. First come, first served.

Where: 600 State St

Call: 503-391-4365


Department of Human Services, Self-Sufficiency

Keizer: 3420 Cherry Ave. NE Suite #10, 503-373-0808

North Salem: 4074 Winema Pl. Bldg. 53, 503-378-2731

South Salem1185 22nd St. SE, 503-378-6327


HOME Youth & Resource Center Drop-In

What: Daytime drop-in and resource center for youth ages 11-17 (18 if in school), meals and food boxes.

Where: 625 Union St.

Call: 503-391-6428


Mano a Mano

What: Educational Classes, resources, and support for Latino families and youth.

Where: 3850 Portland Rd. NE

Call: 503-363-1895


Neighbor to Neighbor

What: Offers free mediation services to youth and families

Where: 1655 Capital St. NE

Call: 503-585-0651


Mission Transition

What: Empowers young adults to accomplish their goals

Where: 2421 Lancaster Dr. NE

Call: 503-576-4571


211 Community Resource Network

What: Information on community resources and social services

Call: 211 or text your zip code to 898211

Anyone

The ARCHES Project

What: Referral Information, housing programs, case management, day shelter for homeless families and individuals 18+

Where: 1164 Madison St. NE

Call: 503-399-9080


Crisis and Information Hotline Northwest Human Services

What: Primary crisis line and suicide prevention.

Call: 503-581-5535 or 1-800-560-5535


Congregations Helping People

What: Resources and financial help for low-income families. Mon, Wed, Thur, 9 am; Tues at noon. First come, first served.

Where: 600 State St

Call: 503-391-4365


Department of Human Services, Self-Sufficiency

Keizer: 3420 Cherry Ave. NE Suite #10, 503-373-0808

North Salem: 4074 Winema Pl. Bldg. 53, 503-378-2731

South Salem1185 22nd St. SE, 503-378-6327


Mano a Mano

What: Educational Classes, resources, and support for Latino families and youth.

Where: 3850 Portland Rd. NE

Call: 503-363-1895


Mission Transition

What: Empowers young adults to accomplish their goals

Where: 2421 Lancaster Dr. NE

Call: 503-576-4571


211 Community Resource Network

What: Information on community resources and social services

Call: 211 or text your zip code to 898211

Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation Services

Adolescents

Bridgeway

What: Adolescent assessment, one/both parents MUST attend

Where: 3325 Harold Dr. NE

Call: 503-363-2021


Clear Path

What: Adolescent assessment, treatment center, sliding scale, OHP

Where: 3793 North River Rd, Keizer

Call: 503-304-7002


Marion County Health Department

What: Adolescent assessment, treatment services

Where: 3180 Center St. NE

Call: 503-588-3180


New Steps Behavioral Health

What: Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment for youth.

Where: 3737 Portland Rd. NE

Call503-364-9957


Pacific Northwest Adult and Teen Challenge

What: Are you or a loved one ready to take a step towards recovery and rehabilitation from drugs or alcohol addiction?

Call: 877-302-7149

 

Adults

Alcoholics Anonymous

What: The website displays all AA meeting in the Willamette Valley.

Call: 503-399-0599 or 503-899-2652


Ridgefield Recovery Village

What: Supplies resources/intervention for drug/alcohol addiction

Call: 855-992-9952


AI-Anon Meetings

What: Website offers resources for family members and friends of alcoholics.


24 hour Addiction Helpline

Call: 800-407-7195


Pacific Northwest Adult and Teen Challenge

What: Are you or a loved one ready to take a step towards recovery and rehabilitation from drugs or alcohol addiction?

Call: 877-302-7149

 

Drug Rehab Services

Where: www.drugrehab.com/oregon/

Call: 877-589-4724