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COVID-19 Emergency Relief Resources for PDX (and beyond)
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-This list of resources was compiled by Congressman Earl Blumenauer and his team in Portland, Oregon. It will be updated regularly. Please share with your networks: www.earlblumenauer.com/coronavirus
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-If you have additional resources for consideration, please email us at team@earlblumenauer.com.
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-We have done our best to verify information, but things are changing at a rapid pace, so be sure to contact businesses for updates and verification before visiting.
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-In Oregon, call 211 from a cell phone, 503-222-5555 from a landline, text your zip code to 898211, or email help@211info.org to find services and answer your questions about COVID-19.
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Food Access/Resources
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Oregon Food Bank Statewide Food FinderOregonType in zip code and access free groceries, meals, produce, and other programs in your area. Note: Food pantries and food assistance sites across the state remain open with increased cleaning and changes in service to help minimize contact among large groups of people. Though hours of operation are updated as frequently as possible, please call ahead before visiting a partner agency.https://www.oregonfoodbank.org/find-help/find-food/Note: Most pantries are still open, but this could change. Pantry services will change. Many are moving to a box model to reduce social distancing. Call pantries in advance if you are able to for more information. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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School Food Access SitesPPS, Centennial, David Douglas, Gresham-Barlow, Parkrose, ReynoldsFood and meal distribution at local schools.https://multco.us/sunList updated regularly. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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SnowCap Food PantryEast Multnomah County, note: Generally, they serve East Multnomah County (east of 82nd) but will not turn anyone away right now.SnowCap is the largest food pantry distributor in Oregon and services thousands of people in Portland/Gresham. They will be distributing pre-packed boxes and as much fresh/frozen food as possible. Food is being given outside of front doors so dress warm. http://www.snowcap.org/17805 SE Stark St., Portland, OR 97233 (directly behind Rockwood Center), (503) 674-8785, info@snowcap.org. (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Sunshine DivisionPortland metro areaOpen at both locations for clients to continue receiving emergency food. Food boxes are served near the entrances (outside) in a manner that ensures the safety and precautions to thoughtfully care for clients and staff. For hours and locations, click link to the right.https://sunshinedivision.org/get-help/687 N. Thompson Street Portland, OR 97227 (503.823.2102), 12436 SE Stark Street Portland, OR 97233 (971-255-0834) NOTE: Important COVID-19 Notice: As we have moved to an emergency food box distribution method, it is important to note that individuals and families may receive one food box every week with this current method of distribution. These DO NOT count toward their regular visit allotment as this is a unique situation. Emergency boxes are available for any individual who is home-bound and/or unable to get to their facilities. Portland residents may call 503-823-3333 (do not call 911) to request an emergency food box to be delivered by a Portland Police officer. They are typically delivered within 24 hours. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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Preston's Pantry (Lift Up)NW and Downtown PortlandFood pantry located at First United Methodist Church.http://www.lifturbanportland.org/1838 SW Jefferson St. (First United Methodist Church). In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Preston's Pantry is committed to continue providing access to healthy food and will maintain our hours of operation: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 3pm to 6pm. Food will be pre-bagged​ to reduce contact between individuals. We have adjusted the way we are distributing food to neighbors. ​Please check website for the most updated information. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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Free Meals CalendarPortland metro areaCalendar listing times, locations, and dates for free food.https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ohf9hp6njrkmgl378b0utir7mk@group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Los_Angeles&fbclid=IwAR0kXZWxOx6YfiZZLwX6sjO2YSmkzp7phrBCnwWNWMleZl4PKW5IAQqXJ30&pli=1(verified/updated 3/23/20)
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List of all Oregon school districts providing meals (by Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon)OregonClick on link to the right to find a list of all Oregon school districts with links to their meal plans during the Coronavirus school closures. You do not have to attend that specific school or district to have access to these meals–free meals are available to children age 1-18 to pick up “grab and go” style.https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQdNuwGk2d3GnFHMqWP5EOM4C9sTKriEoTXNlbCFjJuxHlOz8wKv89L-dtDAOf4lWcjl8QM82L-mOW3/pubhtml?gid=1537028636&amp%3Bsingle=true&amp%3Bwidget=true&amp%3Bheaders=false&urp=gmail_link(verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Blanchet House of HospitalityPortlandAnyone in need of a free hot meal can visit Blanchet House of Hospitality at 310 NW Glisan. All are welcome. You will be served with dignity and respect. Breakfast: 6:30-7:30. Lunch: 11:30-12:30. Dinner: 5:00-6:00.https://blanchethouse.org/covid-19-coronavirus-updates-blanchet-house/310 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR 97209
503-241-4340
info@blanchethouse.org, (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Sisters of the Road CafePorltandSisters of the Road is a nonprofit Cafe in Portland’s Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood working to create systemic change that will end poverty and homelessness by providing nourishing meals in a safe, dignified space.https://www.facebook.com/sistersoftheroadOffering hospitality meals out of to-go boxes from 10-12pm each day (Tuesday-Saturday). NOTE: Cafe is closed from March 31st to April 7th and will be reopening on April 8th.info@sistersoftheroad.org, (503) 222-5694 (verified/updated 3/30/20)
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Union Gospel MissionPortlandProviding meals and food boxes to people in need. Click on link to the right for schedule and info.https://ugmportland.org/meals3 NW 3rd Avenue. M, Tu, Th, 7am: Sack lunch (1 per person). Tu-Fr, 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm: Light lunch, beverages, referrals. Christian spiritual support/prayer. Tu-Fr 4:00 pm: Clothing distribution while supplies last. Tu-Fr 7:10 pm dinner. All meals are to go. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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William Temple HousePortlandOffering food boxes at Hoyt Street location. Hours will be limited to 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Tuesday through Thursday. http://www.williamtemple.org/2023 NW Hoyt St., 503-226-3021. To better protect the health of clients, staff and volunteers, clients will be checked in and provided food in the parking lot of William Temple House. They will still be able to choose the food items desired. No other Social Services will be available at this time. (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Outside InPortlandDrop in Day Program, avaialble to 18-24 year olds, provides: Healthy Meals, Showers and Laundry Facilities, Mail and Internet Access, Connections with Supportive Staff, Case Management, Housing Resources.https://outsidein.org/young-adult-services/meals-housing-and-support/All services running as usual. Day Program: 1132 SW 13th Ave, 2nd Floor, Portland, OR (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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New Avenues for Youth Drop-In CenterPortland A safe space where youth experiencing homelessness can receive three meals a day, six days a week, as well as access to showers, laundry, clothing, drug and alcohol recovery and mental-health supports, computers and internet, free legal counsel, monthly veterinary clinics for those with pets, and engagement activities focused on skill-building, music and art, health and wellness, recreation, and self-empowerment. Ages 16-24 are eligible for these services.https://newavenues.org/dropin314 SW 9th Ave Portland, OR 97205, (503) 432-3986 (verified/updated 3/26/20)
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Meals on Wheels PeopleMultnomah, Washington, Clark County (note: not serving Clackamas County)Provides meals to vulnerable seniors.https://www.mowp.org/2020/03/meals-on-wheels-people-modifies-service-model/NOTE: They have suspended meal service at all of their dining centers in Clark, Multnomah and Washington counties. They will continue to deliver to homebound elderly people; however, their delivery model has changed. To limit contact between volunteers and homebound participants, meal delivery will be limited to three days per week rather than five. We have instituted a “no contact” meal delivery system and instructed volunteers to keep a distance of at least six feet from those who are receiving meals. For up-to-date information on what is happening at Meals on Wheels People during this health emergency, call their COVID-19 Hotline at 503.953.8158. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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Estacada Area Food BankEstacada, Eagle Creek, Barton, Carver, Colton, DamascusProvides food to residents of Estacada, Eagle Creek, Barton, Carver, Colton, Damascus. Online ordering available through our website.http://estacadafoodbank.org/272 S. Broadway St. Estacada, Oregon. Change in hours: Open Tuesdays 10am-1pm (closed the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month); Wednesdays 2pm-4pm ONLY for households with a student enrolled in the Estacada School District and 4pm-6pm for all; Fridays 10am-2pm. Be prepared to wait outside. (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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Sandy Community Action CenterOregon Trail School DistrictFood pantry for residents of the Oregon Trail School District.https://sandyactioncenter.com/38982 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy, 503-668-4746. Food Panty Hours: Wednesday and Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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JOINPortlandWorking in partnership with Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services and coordinating with community partners to provide outreach and supportive services that prioritize the safety of our houseless neighbors. https://joinpdx.org/covid-19-response/NOTE: The Day Space is open Monday – Friday, 10 am – 3 pm. Please visit during these hours and bring photo identification. Friends who are visiting will have access to hygiene items and nutritional support (sack lunches, snacks, coffee, water, etc.) through their ADA entrance at 1435 NE 81st Ave, Portland. (503) 232-2031, info@joinpdx.org. (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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SNAPOregonSNAP provides a monthly supplement for purchasing nutritious food. https://apps.state.or.us/onlineApplication/(verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Senior and Vulnerable Shoppers - Special HoursOregon/NationwideMany stores are opening early or offering special shopping times for seniors and vulnerable shoppers. See list to the right and be sure to check with individuals stores in your area to verify.See easy to read graphic here: https://www.facebook.com/KGWTV8/photos/a.111202985735/10156957410035736/?type=3&theaterNew Seasons (8-9am every weekday and extending senior discount to all open hours), Whole Foods (first hour of operation each day for 60 and over), Fred Meyer and QFC (Mon.-Th. from 7-8am), Trader Joes - senior line 9-10 am daily), Albertsons and Safeway (Tues. and Th. from 7-9am), Dollar General (first hour of operation daily), Target (first hour of operation each Wednesday), Walmart (one hour before opening every Tuesday), Costco (Tues. and Th. 8-9am), Walgreens - (Tuesdays from 8-9am), Winco (Tues. and Th. 6-7:30am). Call individual stores to verify. (Updated 3/26/20)
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PSA Safe Grocery Shopping in COVID-19 PandemicOnline resource (YouTube)This is the most current video for New CDC data, safe takeout food practices, and an updated practice for safe grocery shopping/handling.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjDuwc9KBps&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0Ayps-TRWDjNZBzu9g2fhYea4GhxWB1FZU2OwnKOqhHpHtQC_RKW0-geE
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Restaurants:
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Laughing Planet CafePortland, Eugene, Corvallis, BendFree kids meals to those participating in meal-assistance programs during school closures.

Students can get a kids meal and are not required to show proof that they are part of a meal program.
https://laughingplanet.com/locations/(verified/updated 3/20/20)
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Pita PitOregon City They are offering up to four free pitas per week to Oregon City students who are part of a free or reduced lunch program. They are asking students who are in need of food to message them on Facebook before coming in. Only messages received from students will be able to take advantage of this offer. Facebook link is to the right.https://www.facebook.com/pitapoc/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARBeYLtKYockEtD8LmUJKGzKjyeC38vByGXUOuHYEHExEz9WNk4baJ-7zVZ5nJFlmQ7992CsWQvAVgJmNOTE: Offer ends April 1st. 423 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045, (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Lionheart CoffeeBeavertonOffering brown bag lunches for anyone in need (particularly students) every day from every location. In front of store. 7am - 2pm. Grab and go. Honor system.http://www.lionheartcoffee.com/503-521-7051. Lionheart Scholls – 11421 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Beaverton OR 97008, Lionheart Watson – 4590 SW Watson Ave, Beaverton OR 97005, (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Tasty n AlderPortlandOffering sliding scale meals at pay-what-you-can-afford pricing to those in need and free kids meals. Call to order. https://www.tastynalder.com/580 SW 12th Ave, (503) 621-9251 (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Mediterranean Exploration CompanyPortlandOffering sliding scale meals at pay-what-you-can-afford pricing to those in need and free kids meals. Call to order. https://www.mediterraneanexplorationcompany.com/333 NW 13th Ave., (503) 222-0906 (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Grain & GristlePortlandFree lunch for students on free/reduced lunch. Honor system - ask for "school lunch special" and choose from cheeseburger, burger, grilled cheese (comes with fruit, french fries, carrot sticks and ranch dressing).https://www.grainandgristle.com/1473 NE Prescott St, Portland, OR 97211 (verified/updated 3/20/20)
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Kachka LavkaPortlandWhile Portland area schools are closed, all children under the age of 12 can choose one item off their new kids menu for free, no strings attached.https://www.kachkapdx.com/lavka960 SE 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Sugar Street Bakery & BistroPortlandBrown bag lunches at no charge to children and families who need them. Honor system. Call ahead or go in to order. Can do curbside drop off and can also deliver.http://sugarstreetportland.com/1430 SE Water Ave, Portland, OR 97214 (verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Portland SOSPorltand metro areaPortland’s small businesses need our support now. Many are offering specials and discounts. Purchase gift certificates from your favorite businesses today.https://www.pdxsos.com/(verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Oregon Retailers and Restaurants Offering Gift CertificatesOregonContact info for retailers and restaurants in Oregon offering gift certificates so you can support local businesses.https://airtable.com/shrR0KAlvIC53f521/tblH4t5CBpQvzWSSM?blocks=hide(verified/updated 3/27/20)
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PDX2GOPortland metro areaThis resource was created to help the Portland community find restaurants, food carts, wineries, and breweries that are providing their normal or special takeout and delivery options during the COVID-19 pandemic. Help support these small businesses by placing to-go orders or purchasing gift cards to use at a later date. https://pdx2go.com/(verified/updated 3/27/20)
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Help the Portland Service Industry with TipsPortland metro areaEvery time you have a drink during social distancing or prepare your own meal at home, consider tipping a local service industry worker randomly selected for you. Fewer patrons and closing restaurants is tough on everyone, from the customers to the staff, and every little bit helps (plus, it feels good to tip.)https://serviceindustry.tips/en/or/portland/If you are a service industry worker impacted by this in or near Portland, fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe6pIGTYg-n4wap1zfQ2eRv_DJeIUlaIeabf7F0tPM-b22mFw/viewform (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Shelters
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Convention CenterPortland metro area In response to COVID-19, beginning March 20, 2020 the Oregon Convention Center will provide shelter for up to 140 community members while maintaining social distancing guidelines. This temporary shelter will be managed by the Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services and public health officials.https://www.211info.org/777 NE Martin Luther King Blvd. Call 211 for more info or visit website to the left. (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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The Charles Jordan Community CenterPortland metro area There will be around 400 beds in this temporary shelter managed by the Multnomah County Joint Office of Homeless Services and public health officials.https://www.211info.org/9009 N Foss Ave, Portland, OR 97217. Call 211 for more info or visit website to the left. (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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City Team MinistriesSE PortlandIs continuing to provide hot meals, safe shelter, showers, clean clothing, recovery programs and other essential care while taking precautions to reduce spread of the virus. https://www.cityteam.org/portlandNOTE: All meals are now being served to-go style at the front of facility in order to improve social distancing, as recommended by city officials and Oregon Health Authority. 526 SE Grand Ave., Portland, OR 97214, (503) 231-9334 (verified/updated 3/26/20)
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Portland Rescue MissionNW PortlandContinuing to provide services in a limited capacity. As an essential service to those without homes in our community, Portland Rescue Mission continues to remain open 24/7 for all who need us. See info to the right for details.www.portlandrescuemission.orgAll services are being offered in a limited capacity and they are not taking any new participants into their transitional program. In their men's shelter, they are limiting to 55 spots each night to increase space between shelter beds. 111 W. Burnside St., Portland, OR 97209, 503-906-7690 (verified/updated 3/25/20)
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Salvation Army Female Emergency Shelter SW PortlandContinuing to deliver services during COVID-19. Emergency female shelter, showers, restrooms, lockers, telephone, resting areas, laundry, on-site support groups, activities, case management, information, referrals, snacks and advocacy.http://www.safes.salvationarmy.org30 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97204, (503) 227-0810
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VETS (Veterans Emergency Transitional Shelter) SW Portland
Not currently doing general intakes - only doing a priority need-based system right now.
www.tsacascade.org30 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97204, 503-239-1259 (verified/updated 3/20/20)
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Transition Projects (TPI) Resource CenterNW Portland Continuing to deliver services during COVID-19. The Transition Projects Day Center is open seven days a week, 365 days a year. The Day Center is the point of access to all other services TPI offers, and is the first place people should visit if they are looking to meet basic needs or be connected to emergency or residential shelter services.http://www.tprojects.org/650 NW Irving St., Portland, OR 97209, (503) 280-4700 (verified/updated 3/26/20)
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Rose Haven Day Shelter for Women and ChildrenPortland metro area Rose Haven will be continuing to offer services. They will be serving meals from 9 am-noon M-F as well as offering supplies. They are letting a limited number of people in at a time for their restrooms. Services include: Food, water, emergency clothing, diapers, wipes, hygiene products, mail service, pet food, bathrooms and sink usage, outdoor supplies including tents, tarps, sleeping bags (as supplies last), additional direct service allocations for rental and utility assistance.https://rosehaven.org/(503) 248-6364, 627 NW 18th Ave., Portland, OR 97209 (verified/updated 3/23/20)
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Portland Homeless Family SolutionsSE PortlandContinuing to provide shelter and services to homeless families with children. http://www.pdxhfs.org/(verified/updated 3/24/20)
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Utilities/Rent
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Home ForwardPortland metro areaHome Forward works with local community agencies to provide a range of services — emergency hotel voucers, rent payment, help with eviction prevention, and help with housing placement — to people who are homeless or at risk of eviction. http://www.homeforward.org/find-a-home/get-help-paying-rent/short-term-help
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Impact NWPortland metro areaImpact NW provides a safety net for families in crisis, with services that connect them to housing and energy assistance while supporting them as they move toward independence.https://impactnw.org/programs/housing-and-safety-net/
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211 Utility Assistance ProgramsMultnomah, Clackamas, Washington CountyOnline database to find utility assistance programs in Oregon and Southwest Washington.https://www.211info.org/energy#Multnomah
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Portland General ElectricPortlandThey have suspended non-payment disconnection. Urging customers to call them if you need help with your bill so they can work with you to find a solution that fits your needs. You can request a payment extension 24/7 by logging in to your account or calling their automated phone system. Offices are closed through 4/1 and they are encouraging customers to use self-service options.https://www.portlandgeneral.com/our-company/news-room/covid-19Their community offices will be closed March 16 - April 1.They are encouraging use of our self-service payment options, including: paying with the PGE app, paying online, paying by phone on their automated system (Call 503-228-6322 (Portland) or 800-542-8818 (elsewhere) & have your PGE account number handy) (verified/updated 3/20/20)
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NW Natural GasOregonWill not disconnect customers who can’t make utility payments due to the impacts caused by Coronavirus.https://www.nwnatural.com/ContactUs503-226-4211 or 800-422-4012
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Portland Water BureauPortlandWill not disconnect service of Bureau of Environmental Services and Water Bureau customers for nonpayment. Customers will continue to be responsible for sewer/stormwater/water charges due now and accrued during this time. The Bureau of Environmental Services and the Water Bureau offer financial assistance in the form of: Payment arrangements, Bill discounts for sewer and water charges, Crisis vouchers, The Utility Safety Net program.portlandoregon.gov/water/financialassistanceFor more info or to work out a plan: 503-823-7770, PWBCustomerService@portlandoregon.gov
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Pacific PowerOregonTemporarily suspending disconnections and late fees for non-payment for customers.https://www.pacificpower.net/about/newsroom/news-releases/pacific-power-to-suspend-disconnections-in-response-to-covid-19.html888-221-7070,

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Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, NW Fiber and more (see list at website on the right)NationwideFCC Chairman Pai has asked phone companies to pledges for the next 60 days (until mid-May) to:
(1) not terminate service to any residential or small business customers because of their
inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic;
(2) waive any late fees that any residential or small business customers incur because of their
economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic; and
(3) open its Wi-Fi hotspots to any American who needs them
https://www.fcc.gov/document/chairman-pai-launches-keep-americans-connected-pledgeContact individual companies for more info.
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Charter CommunicationsOregonStarting on March 16, Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with a K-12 student or college student who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription. Installation fees will be waived for new student households as well. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395.https://www.myoregon.gov/2020/03/13/oregon-utilities-companies-extend-service-during-covid-outbreak/Call 1-855-846-8376 for English or 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish
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ComcastOregonThey will make it easier for low-income families who live in a Comcast service area to sign up by offering new customers 60 days of complimentary Internet Essentials service, which is normally available to all qualified low-income households for $9.95/month.
They are also increasing Internet speeds for the Internet Essentials service from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps for all new and existing customers, which will be the speed of the service going forward.
https://corporate.comcast.com/press/releases/internet-essentials-low-income-broadband-coronavirus-pandemicTo sign up, applicants can simply visit www.internetessentials.com. The accessible website also includes the option to video chat with customer service agents in American Sign Language. There are also two dedicated phone numbers 1-855-846-8376 for English and 1-855-765-6995 for Spanish.
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Resources for Businesses/Workers
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Oregon Restaurant & Lodging AssociationOregonCoronavirus (COVID-19) Resources & Informationhttps://www.oregonrla.org/covid19_info.html
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Service Industry TipsPortland metro areaIf you work in Portland in the food & beverage industry, or if your income is largely tip based, you are eligible to register with ServiceIndustry.tips. Complete this form and you may receive random tips from random members of the public who would otherwise be patronizing your services.https://serviceindustry.tips/en/pre-login/?next=https://app.serviceindustry.tips/en/signup/(verified/updated 3/30/20)
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Business OregonOregonThey offer direct loan programs (OBDF, ORF, and EDLF) that can help with access to capital.http://www.oregon4biz.com/How-We-Can-Help/Finance-Programs/
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Oregon Work Share ProgramOregonSmall businesses that have had to reduce the amount of hours employees work by 20 to 40 percent may be eligible to participate in the Workshare program. This program enables employees to receive unemployment benefits while they are still working under reduced hourshttps://www.oregon.gov/employ/Unemployment/Pages/Work-Share-Program.aspx
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Portland Tech Jobs PortlandIf you are a tech professional looking for employment opportunities, or a tech employer looking for immediate assistance, visit website to the right to view an updated list of tech professionals who are ready to be hired, provided by the Portland tech startup community.https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tWXVCPIAmW8NTaslA6zUivX7ph1OV7lq8fla1nLfC9U/edit#gid=853911755
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The Portland HR Management Association (PHRMA) Resource LIst fpr EmployersPortlandThe Portland HR Management Association (PHRMA) has compiled a series of resources for local employers, including articles on sick leave, crisis leadership, and webinars from HR experts.https://www.portlandhrma.org/news/496788/COVID-19-Resources.htm
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Oregon Employment Department's COVID page OregonCOVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits.https://www.oregon.gov/employ/Pages/COVID-19.aspxOED_COVID19_Info@oregon.gov
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Oregon Employment Department - Unemployment ClaimsOregonWebsite to file unemployment claims.https://secure.emp.state.or.us/ocs4/index.cfm?u=F20200317A055946B89883528.6819&lang=EUnemployment Claimant Handbook: https://www.oregon.gov/employ/Unemployment/Claimant_Handbook/Pages/default.aspx
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Oregon Employment Department - Rules for UnemploymentOregonEmployment Department Temporary Rules for Unemployment Insurance Benefits Flexibilityhttps://www.oregon.gov/employ/Documents/OAR%20471-030-0070-temporaryrule.pdf
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State of Oregon Workplace Safety and UnemploymentOregonCOVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefitshttps://www.oregon.gov/employ/Pages/COVID-19.aspxmain number, (503) 378-3272, toll free in Oregon, (800) 922-2689, Español, (800) 843-8086
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State of Oregon Sick Time InfoOregonCOVID-19/Coronavirus in Oregon: Facts about Sick Timehttps://www.oregon.gov/BOLI/WHD/OST/Pages/index.aspx
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Oregon Bureau of Labor and IndustriesOregonInfo about time off, wages, and more.https://www.oregon.gov/BOLI/Pages/index.aspxEmployers can call Technical Assistance Hotline at 971-673-0824 or email bolita@boli.state.or.us
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Oregon OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationOregonHealth and Safety Concerns: Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administrationhttps://osha.oregon.gov/Pages/topics/infectious-disease.aspx
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Chamber of Commerce - Coronavirus Survival GuideNationwideResources to Help Your Small Business Survive the Coronavirushttps://www.uschamber.com/co/start/strategy/small-business-resources-for-surviving-coronavirus
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CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and EmployersNationwideThis interim guidance is based on what is currently known about the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will update this interim guidance as needed and as additional information becomes available.https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/guidance-business-response.html
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Restaurant Workers Community FoundationNationwideInformation and links to resources that will help restaurants and workers deal most effectively with the COVID-19 Emergencyhttps://www.restaurantworkerscf.org/news/2020/3/15/resources-for-restaurants-and-workers-coping-with-the-covid-19-emergencyinfo@restaurantworkerscf.org
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U.S. Department of Labor Unemployment InsuranceNationwideNew guidance on unemployment insurance flexibilities during COVID-19 outbreak.https://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/eta/eta20200312-0
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U.S. Small Business Administration Disaster AssistanceNationwideThe SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. Oregon small business owners impacted by coronavirus can now apply for SBA disaster loans up to $2M.https://www.sba.gov/disaster-assistance/coronavirus-covid-19Disaster Customer Service Center -1-800-659-2955 (for the deaf and hard-of-hearing 1-800-877-8339), Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm ET, or email: disastercustomerservice@sba.gov
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Oregon Health Authority Guidance for EmployersOregonGuidance for employers based on CDC guidelines.https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2266.pdfmain number, (503) 378-3272, toll free in Oregon, (800) 922-2689, Español, (800) 843-8086
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The Nonprofit Association of OregonOregonCOVID-19 guidance for nonprofits in Oregonhttps://nonprofitoregon.org/news/covid-19-resources
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Prosper PortlandPortlandBusiness resources through Prosper Portland include information about commercial rent freezes, and deferral of loan payments.https://prosperportland.us/covid-19-business-resources/
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Resources for Greater Portland BusinessesPortlandGreater Portland has rounded up all city, county, and state resources for businesses in one place: Resources for Greater Portland Businesses.https://greaterportlandinc.com/covid-business-resources
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Business for a Better Portland SwitchboardPortlandA forum where leaders in the PDX business community gather to do business together, share resources, advice, and make a positive difference in the city we love. https://bbpdx.switchboardhq.com/
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Business Survival Tips During a PandemicOregonBusiness Finance Officer Tom Schnell put together this helpful guide that walks businesses through steps they can take to deal with coronavirus fallout, including managing cashflow, payments and guidance on long-term planning.https://oeda.biz/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Business-Survival-Tips-During-Coronavirus.pdf
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Oregon Business Adversity Response Plan Regarding COVID-19OregonGuidelines developed by The Oregon SBDC Network for you to consider in not only this unprecedented situation created by COVID-19, but in any situation that may create significant impacts to your business operation. https://climb.pcc.edu/blog/oregon-business-adversity-response-plan-regarding-covid-19#Staffing
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APANO's Jade District-Oldtown COVID-19 Small Business Response FundPortland's Jade District and Old Town Chinatown$190,000 will be available for disbursement. These resources are intended to be an additional short-term tool to support local businesses and not in place of other government intervention to support Portland and Oregon’s broader economy. For small businesses located in the Jade District or Old Town Chinatown with a priority on Asian and Pacific Islander owned businesses.https://www.apano.org/jade-district-covid-19-small-business-response-fund/?emci=0bcef294-7769-ea11-a94c-00155d03b5dd&emdi=a36c694a-8069-ea11-a94c-00155d03b5dd&ceid=7227597
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Freelance Artist ResourcesNationwideAggregated list of free resources, remote job opportunities, and financial relief options available to artists of all disciplines.https://covid19freelanceartistresource.wordpress.com/
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Resources for Musicians and Live Music ProfessionalsNationwideList of resources for musicians and live music professionals during COVID-19, as well as ways fans can support artists right now.https://sheshredsmag.com/covid-19-resources-for-musicians/
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Multnomah County/City of Portland COVID-19 Eviction MoratoriumMultnomah CountyFAQ about Multnomah County/City of Portland COVID-19 Eviction Moratoriumhttps://beta.portland.gov/phb/rental-services/multnomah-county-city-portland-covid-19-eviction-moratorium
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Community Alliance of Tenants - COVID-19 Resources for TenantsOregonCOVID-19 Resources for tenantshttps://www.oregoncat.org/
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Community Alliance of Tenants - Renters Rights HotlineOregonRenters Rights Hotline - open MWF: 1pm-5pm | Tues: 6pm-8pm | Sat: 1pm-5pm, (503) 288-0130. See notes to the right.https://www.oregoncat.org/renters-rights-hotlineThe Renters’ Rights Hotline gives tenants detailed information about their rights and practical suggestions to help protect those rights. They can help renters anywhere in Oregon, however you may need to join CAT as a member if you're not in one of our funded counties (join at website to the left). Their funded counties are: Multnomah, Washington, Jackson, Marion and Coos. They may be able to provide other ways of communication such as email or live chatting for example if you are a Deaf or hard of hearing renter. Submit your accommodation request for an appointment by emailing to hotline@oregoncat.org.
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Community Alliance of Tenants - COVID-19 Eviction InfoOregonYouTube Video: COVID-19 Eviction information for Oregon renters: A quick guide.https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=D58RdrB2mXU&feature=emb_logo
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Community Alliance of Tenants - Sample Letter to LandlordOregonSample letter or email to landlordhttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d124c4a13a6df0001626ebd/t/5e822c62679da75b43aa2d37/1585589347348/Template_COVID-19_Tenant_letter_to_LL+1.pdf
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City of Portland - Info for Renters, Landlords, Home BuyersPortlandInformation for renters, landlords, home buyers.https://beta.portland.gov/rent-or-own-property
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Commercial Tenant ProtectionGreshamGresham City Council has barred commercial property owners from terminating commercial leases for any purpose connected to the declared State of Emergency. Those who violate the moratorium will be denied a license to conduct business at their location for one year following the conclusion of the State of Emergency.Contact: 503-618-2463 or CodeCompliance@GreshamOregon.gov
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