TO YOU AND ALL OUR NEIGHBORS DURVING COVID-19
Despite the interruption of normal operations across our programs due to COVID-19, Neighborhood House has already begun innovating and adapting to meet the needs of our community and is providing assistance in the following ways:
- FOOD SECURITY FOR ALL NEIGHBORS experiencing ﬁnancial challenges
- CONNECTION FOR ALL SENIORS isolated from needed support services
- Uninterrupted EQUITABLE ACCESS TO EDUCATION for our preschoolers
- PARENTING SUPPORT for families coping with stress and trauma
- SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL SUPPORT for our school-aged children
OREGON CHILDCARE ALLIANCE
Free Business Coaching for Oregon Childcare Providers. Now Accepting Applications. Limited space available.
ORDER FOOD PANTRY DELIVERY HERE
For the safety of our clients and staff, the Neighborhood House Food Pantry is now operating on a delivery-only model.
KNITTING FOR NEIGHBORS
Knit a hat, scarf, mittens, or blanket for your neighbors! Click below to get involved.
HOW WE HELP
Promoting school readiness, social and intellectual growth, and a bright future by engaging families in their children’s education from the start.
Connect with Neighborhood House today to get the essential services you need on your path to self-reliance.
Make a difference in the lives of your neighbors.
Sustain our programs with a one-time or ongoing gift.
ONE PROGRAM’S STORY
THE POWER OF CHILD CARE
Child care providers from Neighborhood House’s Child Care Improvement Project (CCIP) had been caring for children long before they built successful businesses with CCIP’s help. But when COVID-19 hit, everything changed. Watch their story of heroism and resilience below:
Languages our Parenting Program staff collectively speak, including Spanish, Arabic, Hindi and Somali
Families provided transitional housing at 19th Avenue Apartments
Average number of rides provided by our Senior Transportation and Volunteer Driver program monthly
Emergency food boxes delivered to at-need households in 2020