Since 1980, CSC has been part of a state and national network helping people and communities to thrive. We offer a number of services in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties. These services focus on essential day-to-day survival, such as food and housing, as well as developing new skills that lead to independence through education, training, and work. Whether you need help keeping the heat on today or want help planning for your career of tomorrow, CSC is here to help.
We believe that every family should have access to a stable home, nutritious food, quality education and training, and a job that pays a living wage. We also realize these things can be hard to get without some help along the way. CSC is your place to start. We want to work with you, as a partner, to achieve your goal of a better life for you and your family. In all that we do, CSC provides help for today and skills for tomorrow.
Since 1968, our mission to “assist people to reach their highest level of independence” has motivated our staff of workforce experts to develop cutting-edge strategies that (1) help job seekers and students prepare for self-sustaining employment opportunities, (2) support businesses in their efforts to secure qualified employees and (3) allow us to function as a trusted community partner in every market where we operate.
At United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley we focus on the building blocks of a good life, because we all benefit when we each have an education to help us reach our full potential, the income to support a family, and access to healthcare.
It is not enough to feed a hungry family or protect a child from violence; we need to change the conditions that led to hunger and violence in the first place.
We work together with businesses, government, schools, faith groups, the media, individual community members, and nonprofits – because it takes the whole community to get the kind of results we need. We believe in advancing the common good through a strategic focus on the building blocks of a good life – education, financial stability, health and basic needs.
DHS Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) assists individuals with disabilities to get and keep a job that matches their skills, interests and abilities. VR staff work in partnership with the community and businesses to provide services that are individualized to help each eligible person receive services that are essential to their employment success.
The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) is the principal human services agency of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon. ODHS helps Oregonians achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity, especially for those who are least able to help themselves.
DHS provides direct services to more than 1 million Oregonians each year. These services provide a key safety net for those who are most vulnerable or who are at a difficult place in their life.
The Employment Department is the agency of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon which is responsible for administration of the state’s unemployment insurance program, operation of a statewide employment service through a system of public employment offices, statistical research and reporting to assist job development in both the public and private sector, and provision oversight, certification, and technical assistance to providers of child care.
Although the agency as it exists today was created in 1993 by the Oregon Legislative Assembly, its history dates back to the 1913 opening of the first public employment office within the state by the City of Portland, and incorporates programs of the previous Oregon State Employment Service (established in 1935) and other state agencies.
Chehalem Youth & Family Services is a non-profit organization in Newberg, Oregon that provides many programs that aid the youth and families of Oregon. CYFS is the administrative center for the esteemed Chehalem Counseling Center that provides mental health services to our community.
The soul purpose of CYFS is to facilitate relationships of hope and healing where there is none. We operate by these important principles: Love, Justice, Freedom, Truth, Faith and Hope.
We offer cost effective services to children and their families of compassion, hope, and encouragement to grow mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Easterseals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults with autism and other disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
Job Corps is a program administered by the United States Department of Labor that offers free-of-charge education and vocational training to young men and women ages 16 to 24. Job Corps’ mission is to help young people ages 16 through 24, improve the quality and satisfaction of their lives through vocational and academic training.
Chemeketa Community College is a community college located in the unincorporated community of Hayesville, Oregon, near Salem, United States, with a campus in McMinnville and education centers in Dallas, Brooks, and Woodburn, and the Northwest Wine Studies Center in Eola. Chemeketa serves nearly 30,000 students each year in a district that covers 2,600 square miles (6,700 km2) in Marion, Polk, most of Yamhill, and part of Linn counties.