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10395 NW Glencoe Rd. Ste 700, North Plains, Oregon 97133, United States
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday 8:30am - 5pm
Closed each weekday from 12pm to 1pm for lunch
They are a low-cost clinic for qualified low-income pet parents.
Feral Cat Coalition: 503-797-2606
They offer service for barn cats or feral cats to help improve their lives. They have great resources on their website http://www.feralcats.com/ and offer spay and neuter services.
Bonnie L. Hayes: 503-846-7041
Services for lost or found pets. They can scan for a microchip and reunite pets with their owners. They also offer licensing online at https://www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/AnimalServices/AnimalShelter/index.cfm
The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank: 503-939-7555
they provide dog and cat food for those who cannot afford to do so themselves. Their website has many helpful resources https://www.thepongofund.org/
Oregon Humane Society: 503-285-7722
No kill animal shelter with state-of-the-art behavioral facilities. They offer adoption and pet relinquishment services as well as resources for rehoming a pet if they are unable to take your pet. https://www.oregonhumane.org/
Family Dogs New Life Shelter: 503-771-5596
No-kill shelter which will take animals who can no longer be cared for by their owners due to age or other restrictions. https://www.familydogsnewlife.org/
Food Assistance: 503-439-6510
North Plains Food Pantry, every 2nd Thursday and 4th Friday of each month from 5pm to 6:30pm
Meals on Wheels: 503-647-5666
Meal programs which are designed to address senior isolation and hunger to improve the health and quality of life for the elderly.
Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 800-923-4357
Resources for finding local treatment centers or groups.
Suicide Lifeline: 800-273-8255
24/7 free confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources.
Military Helpline: 888-457-4838 open: 24/7/365
Staffed by veterans, they provide help for family issues, thoughts of suicide, substance abuse, and PTSD.
Senior Loneliness Line: 503-200-1633 open: 24/7
Crisis line, resources and information for services
Domestic Violence Resource Center Crisis Line: 503-469-8620
24/7 Crisis line to educate and support survivors and their children.
Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center: 503-601-7400
Offers medical care to those without insurance and offers to pick up those with no transportation.
Ageing and Disability Resource Center: 503-846-3060
Offers resources for elderly community members and veterans. Their phone is answered by a real person after choosing option 1 or 2.