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Volunteer Opportunities

These sites are listed in alphabetical order, without recommendation or references.  

Albertina Kerr  has a range of programs for children with developmental disabilities and their families (intense psychiatric, foster care training/support, early intervention and community-based outpatient services). 

American Red Cross Oregon Trails Chapter trains volunteers for local Emergency Services and for the national Disaster Services Human Resources system. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters  provides volunteers with the opportunity to build one-on-one relationships with local youth.

Bradley Angle offers support to domestic and sexual violence survivors. Volunteers can participate in direct-service by working side-by-side with participants or indirect-service by supporting the mission of Bradley Angle behind the scenes. Both types of volunteers have opportunities to help in a variety of areas including event planning, marketing, and life training.

CASA for Children volunteers investigate, advocate, facilitate and monitor on behalf of a child living in foster care (Multnomah and Washington counties).  Prospective volunteers attend an orientation and receive training.  

The Dougy Center  National Center for Grieving Children and Families
Volunteer Grief Facilitators facilitate children, teens & adult support groups after completion of their training program.

Hands on Greater Portland connects volunteers with opportunities to serve the community in various capacities including feeding the hungry, teaching children, housing the homeless and restoring the environment.

Morrison Child and Family Services  offers a range of opportunities for volunteers, including mentoring youth (age12-17), facilitating children’s groups, providing childcare while family members are in groups, and transporting at-risk youth (age 5-17) to/from appointments.

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence provides technical assistance, training and education to local community centers that work with survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Volunteers work with OCADSV to support the programs.

Oregon Partnership exists to end substance abuse and suicide.  Volunteers assist with several crisis lines, educational and prevention programs.  A military helpline serves veterans, military and their families.  Spanish-speaking services are also available.

Portland Homeless Family Solutions  volunteers work with homeless families at Goose Hollow Family Shelter (night shelter) or Thirteen Salmon Family Center (day shelter).  

Quest Center for Integrative Health  seeks volunteers for childcare activities when mothers are participating in WOW (Women of Wisdom) groups for women living with HIV.

Raphael House  offers a range of services to support families fleeing domestic violence, including an emergency shelter, advocacy center, youth program, transitional housing program, community education and outreach. 

Southwest Medical Center (Vancouver, WA)  has volunteer opportunities available in nearly every department, including the Cancer Center and Hospice care. Volunteers must first attend training. 

TransActive volunteers work in different areas to support, educate and advocate for transgender and gender non-conforming children and youth. Trainings take place quarterly, however applications are always accepted.

Volunteers of America  offer diverse programs to help individuals, families and communities, including an Adult Care Center, Family Recovery Support Program, Family Relief Nursery, Home Free (services for families living with or escaping domestic violence), InAct (substance abuse, gambling, mental health, wellness services) and Men’s Residence.

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