Alcoholics Anonymous Better Choices McMinnville Cooperative Ministries / Intergroup Newberg Center Yamhill Co-Chemical Dependency Services 435 NE 17th St McMinnville, OR 97128 544 NE 2nd St. McMinnville, OR 97128 2251 E Hancock, Ste 106 Newberg, OR 97132 627 NE Evans St. McMinnville, OR 97128 501 E First St / PO Box 636 Newberg, OR 97132 117 NE 5th St., Suite I McMinnville, OR 97128 368 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 1075 SW Cedarwood Ave McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 472-1172 (888) 472-1172 (503) 474-2024 (877) 777-2677 (503) 434-8608 (503) 538-8970 (503) 434-7527 Support groups for recovering alcoholics. Outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program. Selfreferral ok. 12 Step Literature Chemical dependency class. Counseling (out patient)


Chehalem Youth & Family Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Dept. of Human Services (DHS) - Child, Adults and Families (CAF) Juliette's House (Child Abuse Assessment Center) (503) 538-4874 (503) 434-6668 Residential treatment, youth service, counseling and educational support. For abused and neglected children to seek timely disposition for safe, stable and permanent homes. Child protective services, family support services, childcare subsidy, Jobs Plus, TANF, Food Stamps and prevention programs. Services for abused children through assessment and counseling referrals. Clients need to be referred by law enforcement, DHS, or a doctor. Pregnancy and childcare information for McMinnville High School Students. Parent consultations, childcare referrals, employer supporter childcare, assistance and training for childcare providers. Child protective services, family support services, childcare subsidy, Jobs Plus, TANF, Food Stamps and prevention programs. Education, health, nutrition, mental health, transportation and social services for families with children 3-4 years old. Food stamps, OHP, WIC, TANF applications, child welfare and Family In Use program. Advocacy for children that have been removed from their home by the state. The state has taken legal or physical custody due to abuse or neglect. Does not provide legal advice or help. Other youth preventions programs available

(503) 472-0311 (800) 282-2126 (503) 435-1550


Bear Hugs Child Care Information Service 615 E 15th St. McMinnville, OR 97128 2475 Center St. NE Salem, OR 97301 368 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 2045 SW Hwy 18, Ste 300 McMinnville, OR 97128 2251 E Hancock, Ste 106 Newberg, OR 97132 117 NE 5th St, Ste I McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 565-4220 (800)-289-5533

Dept. of Human Services (DHS) - Child, Adults and Families (CAF) Head Start of Yamhill County Newberg Center Yamhill County CASA

(503) 472-0311 (800) 282-2126 (503) 472-2000

(503) 538-8970 (503) 434-6668

Yamhill County Homeless and At Risk Youth Worker Youth Outreach

638 North East Davis St McMinnville, OR 97128 719 E First St Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 434-7378 Lisa Orback x4 (866) 538-8023 (503) 538-8023

Assists youths through a variety of programs. Provides emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youth, ages 11-17, for up to 21 days. Counseling and medication management. Counseling, residential treatment, youth service, therapedic groups and educational support. Counseling for children & youth, drug rehab and support. Temporary shelter for abused women and children. Support groups, children's groups, assistance with restraining orders and court accompaniment. Family counseling, nurturing community program, violence intervention and parenting courses. Bi-lingual therapist.


Adult Mental Health Chehalem Youth & Family Family & Youth Programs Henderson House Lutheran Community Services Pregnancy Counseling & Information Center 627 N Evans McMinnville, OR 97128 501 East First St Newberg, OR 97132 420 NE 5th St McMinnville, OR 97128 610 SE First St McMinnville, OR 97128 617 NE Davis St McMinnville, OR 97128 101 S Baker St McMinnville, OR 97128 1548 E First St Newberg, OR 97132 800 NE 2nd St McMinnville, OR 97128 535 E 5th St, Room 117 McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 434-7523 (503) 538-4874 (503) 434-7462 (503) 472-1503 (877) 227-5946 (503) 472-4020

(503) 434-4400

Rainbow Family Services Yamhill County Crime Victims Assistance

(503) 472-2240 (503) 434-7510

Treatment foster care, functional family therapy, independent living program for foster youth. Assistance for victims of crime and stalking. Info about the criminal justice system, assist with restraining orders and victim compensation programs. Drug and alcohol free working farm shelter for adult males. Free clothing, furniture and bedding. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10am ­ 12pm.


Blanchet Farms City Outreach Ministry 11750 NE Finn Hill Loop Rd Carlton, OR 97111 1300 SE Brooks St McMinnville, OR 97128


(503) 852-6626 (503) 434-4392


Church on the Hill Community Dinner

(First Presbyterian Church)

Cove Orchard Food Pantry Dayton Food Pantry Dept. of Human Services (DHS) Emergency Disaster Response Friends in the Park Grand Ronde Community Resource Center Grand Ronde Tribal Housing Authority Housing Authority of Yamhill County Isaiah 58 Joseph's Storehouse Lafayette Community Church Love Inc.

700 NW Hill Rd McMinnville, OR 97128 390 NE 2nd St McMinnville, OR 97128 22125 HWY 47 Yamhill, OR 97148 300 Flower Lane Dayton, OR 97114 368 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128

(503) 472-8476 (503) 472-6256 (503) 662-3753 (503) 864-2474 (503) 472-0311 (503) 434-7340

Provides one emergency food box per family per month. Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:00am ­ 1:00pm. Complete meal. Free. Saturdays 5:30 ­ 7:00pm. Rides scheduled if you call the church by Thursday. Food Box. By appointment. Food Bank. 2nd and 4th Tues of every month: 4 - 6pm 1st Sat of every month: 10 - 12 Provides food cards to residents who qualify. 7am - 5pm and by appointment. Att: Doug McGillivray [email protected] Gather for lunch around noon. Food Bank M ­ F 10am ­ 5pm Medical adaptation grant, home repair grant, down payment assistant Grant, Housing, Indian Health. Housing assist. - Section 8, farm worker housing, home ownership, home rehab, family self-sufficiency program. (Non emergency) Food Box. Monday & Wednesday 10am ­ 2pm, Tuesday 1 ­ 3pm Food Box. Wednesday: Noon ­ 1pm Food Box. 2nd & 4th Tuesday: 3 ­ 5pm T, W, Th 9am - 2pm. No cash assistance. Assists residents of Newberg, Dundee, Dayton, Lafayette, Yamhill and Carlton. Provides food, linens, clothing, furniture, buss passes, auto repair, firewood, gas vouchers for doctor appointments, dental van, frozen meals, haircuts, Champoeg Park passes, etc. for clients of Love Inc. Please call or visit to sign up. Food stamps, OHP, WIC, chemical dependency class, TANF applications, VA assistance, child welfare and Family In Use program. Free Meal. Thursdays: 5:30 ­ 7pm Community kitchen. Serving residents of Newberg & Dundee M, Tu, Th 9:00am ­ 2:00pm Food Boxes 11:00am ­ 1:30pm Open Monday ­ Friday 8am ­ 5pm. Provides telephone bill assistance to low income families and individuals. Has TDAP program that provides telephones for the disabled. Food Box. Sunday 1:00 ­ 3:00pm

Wortman Park, McDaniel Lane Side, McMinnville 9615 Grand Ronde Rd Grand Ronde, OR 97347 28450 Tyee Rd Grand Ronde, OR 97347 135 NE Dunn Place McMinnville, OR 97128 310 Getchell St Amity, OR 97101 500 E Main St Carlton, OR 97111 365 Third St Lafayette, OR 97127 209 S Main St Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 879-5731

(503) 879-2401 (800) 422-0232 (503) 434-6571

(503) 835-9604 (503) 852-6434 (503) 852-6031 (503) 864-8409 (503) 537-3999

Newberg Center

2251 E Hancock, Ste 106 Newberg, OR 97132 2315 Villa Rd Newberg, OR 97132 125-A S Elliott St Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 538-8970

Newberg Christian Church Newberg Fish

(503) 538-3104 (503) 538-4444

Oregon Telephone Assistance Program Promise Pantry Red Cross Salvation Army 23330 Fulquartz Landing Rd. Dundee, OR 97115 3131 N Vancouver Portland, OR 97227 1950 SW 2nd St PO Box 765 McMinnville, OR 97128

(800) 848-4442

(503) 550-2859 (503) 284-1234 (800) 991-9515 (503) 472-1009

Share & Care Food Bank St. Barnabas Soup Kitchen

445 N Maple Yamhill, OR 97148 822 W 2nd St PO Box 539 McMinnville, OR 97128

(503) 662-4489 (503) 472-3711

St. Vincent de Paul Social Services

435 SE Baker St McMinnville, OR 97128

(503) 472-6216

Yamhill County Gleaners YCAP ­ Yamhill Community Action Partnership YCGRM (Yamhill Co. Gospel Rescue Mission)

4155 NE Three Mile Ln, #58 McMinnville, OR 97128 1317 NE Dustin Court PO Box 621 McMinnville, OR 97128 1340 NE Logan PO Box 373 McMinnville, OR 97128

(corner of 14th and Logan)

(503) 472-8534 (503) 852-9580 (503) 472-0457 (800) 945-9992 (503) 472-9766

Provides one food box per family once every 45 days. Food box contains perishable and non-perishable items. Apply for assistance in person and you must live in Yamhill County. Also helps with utilities and prescriptions on a limited bases but you must call first. Monday ­ Friday 1:00 ­ 4:30pm Provides one food box per family per month. For residents of Yamhill & Carlton. Call for appointment. Serves a complete meal. Free. Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4 ­ 6pm. Only requirement is that you are hungry. All are welcome, all ages. Often times they give away extra produce, bread or other items as received from the community. Has emergency food bank from which clients can `shop' once a month for free. Also helps with rental assistance/72 hr notices, utility shut offs, emergency prescriptions and household goods. Apply for assistance in person. M ­ F 10:00am ­ 12:45pm. They can also point you to other community resources. Bring proof of residence. Gleaning for fresh local produce. Call for membership information. Emergency shelters, rent assistance, energy assistance, weatherization, transportation and youth programs. Serves a complete free meal every Saturday from 11:30am ­ 1:30pm. Bible study offered at noon and free bibles are available. Year round shelter open 24/7. Must call for intake.



Youth Outreach

719 E First St Newberg, OR 97132 120 N Bridge St Sheridan, OR 97378 [email protected] PO Box 252 Sheridan, OR 97378 435 NE Evans, Ste 314 McMinnville, OR 97128

(866) 538-8023 (503) 538-8023 (503) 843-3133

West Valley Community Services DBA Grand Sheramina West Valley Gleaners

(503) 472-5879 (503) 876-9019 (503) 434-6740 211

WIC - Women, Infants & Children Winter Shelters & Community Information Dept. of Human Services (DHS) ­ Vocation Rehabilitation Experience Works Goodwill Industries McMinnville Job and Career Center McMinnville Police Department departments/city-departments McMinnville Fire Department departments/city-departments Newberg Police Department

Assists youths through a variety of programs. Provides emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youth, ages 11-17, for up to 21 days. Provides food to families and individuals in need in Sheridan, Willamina & Grand Ronde. Mon 10am ­ 2pm, Tues, Wed & Thurs 8am ­ 4:30pm Provides fresh produce, bread and monthly food box to members only. Call to find out about membership information. Nutrition info. & vouchers for pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women with kids up to age 5. Call to find out the locations and operating hours of Winter Shelters and other community resources. Vocation counseling, guidance, evaluation, physical restoration. Information and referral, job development and job search assistance for persons with disabilities. Providing training and employment for low-income seniors. Vocational services to disabled/disadvantaged individuals. Counseling, placement and training. Job search resource room, current job listings and resume tools. Individual job search counseling.


368 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 472-2116

(503) 857-5721 1371 N Hwy 99W McMinnville, OR 97128 370 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 474-3813 (503) 472-3230 (503) 472-5118


121 SW Adams St McMinnville, OR 97128 (503) 434-7307 (503) 434-2353 Offers crime prevention and safety education programs, bicycle licensing, engravers available to check out for no cost, and drop off for unwanted medications. Fire prevention resources, FREE safety classes - Child safety seat fitting stations, fire extinguisher classes, etc. CPR/First Aid Classes - $30. Call for appointments. Vacation home check, safety programs.

175 NE First St McMinnville, OR 97128

(503) 435-5803 (503) 435-5800

Newberg Fire Department

401 East Third St PO Box 970 Newberg, OR 97132 414 E 2nd St 3100 Middlebrook Dr Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 538-8321

(503) 537-1230 (503) 537-0722


(503) 472-6565

FIREMED ­ Ambulance transport for your family for $45 per year. Fire safety information for children. Fire extinguisher training, CPR/First Aid Classes, Child Safety Seat Clinic, Child Safety Seats at a discounted rate for low income/government assisted families. Anonymous tip line for known or suspected drug activity. Provides mediation services for landlords, tenants, neighbors, families, youths, etc. Also, Small Claims mediation through the Circuit Court. M - Th 12:00 ­ 5:00pm Legal services for low-income persons. Tenants Rights Hotline 503-648-7723.


Your Community Mediators of Yamhill County 903 SW Cedarwood Ave PO Box 444 McMinnville, OR 97128 720 E 3rd St McMinnville, OR 97128 535 NE 5th St McMinnville, OR 97128 PO Box 515 Doniphan, MO 63935 2275 NE McDaniel Ln McMinnville, OR 97128 DHS Office (503) 435-2835

Oregon Law Center Yamhill County Defenders

(503) 472-9561 (877) 296-4076 (503) 474-4290


Bureau of Prescription Help Legacy Hospice Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Partnership for Prescription Assistance Providence Newberg Home Health Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic Yamhill County Public Health (573) 996-3333 (888) 812-5152 (503) 472-9685 (800) 361-8506 (800) 359-9517 (800) 699-9075 (888) 477-2669 Help with prescription medication for qualified individuals. Program of supportive care for persons with terminal illness. - Request an application - Be placed on the reservation list Helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free. Medicare certified home health agency that provides skilled home health. Nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, medical social workers and home health aide. Primary care, family planning, maternity care, and dental care for low-income persons & migrant farm workers. Tobacco prevention and education, family planning, maternal child services, food handlers services, immunizations, HIV services, home nurses, etc. Provides case management and support for people with Developmental Disabilities. Psychosocial and vocational services for people with mental illness.

(503) 537-1462

115 NE May Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 412 N Ford McMinnville, OR 97128 627 NE Evans St McMinnville, OR 97128 Mail: 627 NE Evans St Phy: 625 NE Galloway McMinnville, OR 97128


(503) 472-1338

(503) 434-7525 (503) 554-7842 (503) 434-7460 (503) 554-7828 (503) 434-7523

Yamhill County Developmental Disabilities Program Abacus



Faith in Action

310 Villa Rd, Suite 110 Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 537-1549

Mid-Valley Rehabilitation, Inc. Newberg Center Northwest Senior & Disability OVRS (Office Of Vocational Rehabilitation Services) Chehalem Adult Enrichment Service (SASES) Senior Meal Program

319 NE 5th St McMinnville, OR 97128 2251 E Hancock, Ste 106 Newberg, OR 97132 300 SW Hill Rd McMinnville, OR 97128 368 NE Norton Lane McMinnville, OR 97128 125 S Elliott Newberg, OR 97132 101 E Foothills Dr Newberg, OR 97132 707 NE Ford McMinnville, OR 97128 Mail: PO Box 958 Phy: 125 S Elliott Newberg, OR 97132

(503) 472-2248

(503) 538-8970 (503) 472-9441 (866) 333-7218 (503) 472-2116 (503) 519-5747 (503) 538-2817 (503) 538-1490

Caregiver Program - volunteers assist older persons with housekeeping, yardwork, repairs, respite, errands, transportation, etc. Family Friends Program ­ volunteers mentor children with special needs. Strong for Life Program - free exercise class for older adults. Provides employment, community inclusion, residential support and transportation to adults with developmental disabilities and other disabilities. VA assistance. Services to older and/or disabled persons in various ways. Food, Medical, etc. Assisting disabled persons achieve and maintain employment and independence. Day care for disabled adults and seniors. In home senior meal program for residents of Newberg and Dundee. Hot meal program at the Newberg Senior Center. Assist Veterans and their families to file for benefits with federal and state agencies. Transportation. Dial-a-ride & Link service. Wheelchair accessible buses and town bus. Transportation in Yamhill County with links to surrounding counties. Free medical transportation to doctor or dentist in Salem, Portland, and surrounding areas for OHP plus recipients by appointment only. Public transportation M-Th. Transportation for Veterans to the VA Hospital in Portland M-F. Wheelchair accessible. Pick-up at 7:45am at McMinnville Courthouse. Schedule pick-up 24 hrs in advance. Appointments are 9:00am ­ 2:00pm.

Veterans Services

(503) 434-7503


Chehalem Valley Transit Att: Sharon Lindbeck [email protected] Yamhill County Transit Area (YCTA) Trip-link (503) 538-7433 f (503) 538-8428 (503) 472-0457 ext 122 555 Court St NE #5230 Salem, OR 97301 (503) 315-5544 (888) 315-5544 (503) 472-0457 ext 122

Volunteer Medical Transportation (VMT)





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