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School Community Resources
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RESOURCE
(List organizations, funded projects, programs, initiatives)
Type of ServiceSCHOOL, DISTRICT, OR COMMUNITY PARTNER?TIER 1/GREEN ZONE


(Describe the purpose)
TIER 2/YELLOW ZONE


(Describe the purpose)
TIER 3/RED ZONE


(Describe the purpose)
NOTES
(Connections, streamlining opportunities, ideas for integrating or supporting trauma informed work, etc)
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211All servicesCommunityCan call or use 211 App to find resources for everything in the local area (or most places nationally). Food, utilities assistance, shelters, LGBTQ, foster care resources, school, parent resources, disability resources, etc
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Community Resource Guide (LINK)All servicesCommunityBilingual guide (can be found at the Tigard Family Resource Center) that describes and gives info to local area resources for a variety of things from childcare, to prescriptions and more.
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Affinity GroupsSocialTigardProvides places where students build connections and process “ouch” moments from their classesGay Straight Alliance, Pacific Islander, etc.
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AmericorpEducationalAmericorp ParnterTutoring to improve scores in math and reading.
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Athletics ProgramsSocialSchoolOpportunity for youth to particate in athletic activities
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Afterschool TutoringEducationalTigardAfterschool academic support for all Tigard StudentsAfterschool busing is available.
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AVIDEducationalDistrict/SchoolProvides college planning, preparation and activities to traditionally underserved studentsImplemented by TTSD, provided to students on campus at school. Program is for low-income/historically underrepresented and other students with barriers to college. More info here: https://www.ttsdschools.org/Page/5579
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Behavior TeamMental HealthDistrictProvides suport to school staff to develop behavior support plans.
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Caring ClosetBasic NeedsDistrictProvides clothes, shoes, hygiene products and emergency bedding supplies to children in need"Each school age child referred by their school counselor can have one visit to our store in the fall/winter and one visit in the spring for summer clothes. "
https://www.ttsdschools.org/Page/7820
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ClubsSocial TigardOpportunity for students to pursue and share a similar interest outside of school curriculum
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School CounselorsMental HealthTigard 6 Counselors. 316 students to counselor ratio. Academic planning, social emotional, mental health support, counseling and referrals.
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Crisis Line (Washington County)Mental HealthCommunityProvides students and community members with telephonic crisis support. Can sometimes respond to incidents as well.503-291-9111
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Drug and Alcohol Education ProgramMental HealthDistrict -Lifeworks (Secondary Schools)Intervention for students who violate no drug policyYellow and red zone
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Domestic Violence Resource CenterBasic Needs/Mental HealthCommunityResources for people experiencing domestic violence or intimate partner violence24/7 crisis line: 503-469-8620 Hillsboro: (503) 640-5352
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Family Resource CenterBasic Needs/Mental HealthDistrictHelps families throughout the entire school district with a variety of direct services and connection to other community resourcesMore here: https://www.ttsdschools.org/Page/125
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Family Resource Center ScholarshipEducationalTigardScholarship opportunities to fund extracirricular activitiesparents an apply. contact Catherine West for more info. materials available in both Spanish and English
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Freshman Experience TeamEducational Tigard
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Hawthorn Walk-in clinicMental HealthCommunityMental health and addiction care. Walk-in crisis clinic in Hillsboro. 503-846-4555
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IntercambioEducational Mentoring program for high school students to middle school
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Latino NetworkEducationalDistrict PartnerWorks with gang-involved and adjudicated youth and families and provides academic support and activities to high school aged youth.Also operates Juntos Aprendemos, a childcare program for Latino children (ages 3-5) in partnership with TTSD, with English language classes offered to parents/families. More here: http://www.latnet.org/overview-aboutus/
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Lines for Life HotlineMental HealthCommunitySuicide prevention hotline800-273-8255 or text 273talk to 839863
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Link CrewEducationalTigardYouth leaders to help freshman youth transition successfully to high school.
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Mental Health Care CoordinationBasic NeedsDistrict-LifeworksConnect students and families to mental health services in the communityYellow and red zone
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Mental Health Counseling Mental HealthDistrict -LifeworksCounseling for students who lack access to mental health services in the community.
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Mental Health ResourcesMental HealthOutsideSome LGBTQ-specific. Cost and specialty listed. Many sliding fee options
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National Suicide HotlineMental HealthResponds to calls nationally re: crisis and suicidal ideation800-273-8255, Spanish: 888-628-9454
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OEA Trust School WellnessMental HealthTTSDWellness resources/opportunities provided by TTSD to some school employeesFunded by OEA trust grant
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On Track Coach and CoordinatorEducational TigardProvide coaching and support to 50 freshman to ensure they are on track to graduate
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Oregon Tobacco Quit LineMental HealthTobacco prevention counseling. Used to provide nicotine replacement therapy though did not provide in 2017 due to funding.1-800-QUIT-NOW, Spanish 1-877-2no-FUME, Hearing impaired: 1-877-777-6534
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Project Homeless Connect TigardMental Health/Basic NeedsTTSDProvides supports and services for for people experiencing homelessnessOne day, once a year
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School PsychologistMental Health TTSD1 per 1900 students. Mainly SPED youth.
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School Based Health CenterBasic NeedsDistrict, Virginia Garcia, LIfeworksProvide health services to studentsAll zones
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Silent MentoringEducational Tigard9th grade students, assign student to the teacher.9th grade students, assign student to the teacher. Yellow and red zone.
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THS ConnectEducational Tigard
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Tigard Public LibraryEducationalCommunityPrograms for youth and adults. Offers parenting classes. Cultural/museum passes can be checked out for free admission to local attractions. Book delivery services. Luke Dorf has a homeless outreach worker at the library for resource referral
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Tigard Turns the Tide (TTD)Mental HealthTigard, partnersCommunity coalition of adult and student leaders in drug and alcohol preventionThe Coalition's student group is Tigard High's STUDD Club.
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Trauma-informed Professional DevelopmentMental HealthTigardProfessional development provided to staff in the form of trainings, lectures, book clubs and internal/external collaboration and consultation with experts in trauma
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Upward BoundEducational TTSDHelps low-income, first generation college students graduate from high school, gain entrance to/ successfully graduate from collegeTutoring, mentorship, summer program, etc. More here: https://ttsdupwardbound.weebly.com/about-ub.html
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VolunteersAll ServicesTigardVolunteers w/ Fam resource center provide: teaching specialized classes, such as budgeting, green cleaning, and arts and crafts, and help staff mobile dental clinics.
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YouthlineMental HealthCommunityResource for young people (21 and younger) in crisis, suicidal and/or experiencing drug and alcohol issues.877-968-8491 or can text at 839863
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Note: I wanted to keep it simple but we can add priorities, funding source, target population (don't forget staff), effectiveness, tapped/untapped, etc. Each tier or priority could be further detailed at a later stage in the process.
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Resource mapping can: • Enrich the strategic planning process with provocative ideas; • Help identify efficiencies and opportunities; • Encourage public and frank discussion of organizational issues; • Contribute to regular, ongoing monitoring efforts; • Identify new resources and potential threats to existing resources; • Help organizations to avoid unwanted surprises; •Allow effective communication to occur/facilitate effective access to resources; •Celebrate efforts that may usually go unnoticed; and •prioritize areas of focus
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