We provide a personal touch for every volunteer. Contact our program coordinator at 503-545-6441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aging Disability & Veterans Services Pages
Teachers from Kindergarten to grade 5 are looking for foster grandparents to mentor and assist students in their classrooms. Available Monday-Friday 8am to 3pm.
Applying for the Foster Grandparent Program is easy.
Foster Grandparents serve from 15 to 40 hours per week in locations including schools, hospitals, daycare facilities or Head Start centers.
Free training opportunities and resources for people who care for older adults.
Money and support available to people who care for older people or for a person of any age with Alzheimer’s or another dementia
Health promotion activities like arthritis exercise and tai chi for seniors in Multnomah County
Training for Community Partners/Third Parties
Hoarding is characterized as the persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions, regardless of their actual value.
Hoarding Resource List
Hoarding is chronic and follows a worsening course that can impact health, housing and more. Here are some tips on how to discuss hoarding with someone.
Home Care Services Checklist
In-Home Care Services
In-Home Services - Tools for Providers
MAC Meeting Minutes FY 18
MAC Meeting Minutes FY 2016
MAC Meeting Minutes FY 2017
Resources and instructions and forms.
Sample of social media for Medicare Savings Connect
Mega RFP/RFPQ Funding Summary
An event for any family caregiver caring for an older adult.
The Hoarding Taskforce provides training to professionals and community members in order to reduce stigma and promote best practices.
Multnomah Money Management Program
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