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State of Oregon

When you need help, you need to find the right services and resources as quickly as possible. Find information on affordable housing, homelessness prevention, landlord/tenant resources, food resources, senior resources, energy assistance, low income legal assistance and more.

In 2010, the US Department of Treasury awarded Oregon $220 Million in Troubled Asset Relief Program dollars for foreclosure prevention as part of the “hardest hit” program. Based on broad community feedback The State of Oregon designed several programs, including: Mortgage Payment Assistance, Loan Preservation Assistance and the Loan Refinancing Assistance Pilot Project. View this site to learn more about these programs.

SNAP (formerly known as the Food Stamp Program) is a federal nutrition program administered by Oregon's Department of Human Services. This program improves the health and well being of low-income households and individuals by providing them a means to meet their nutritional needs. View this page to learn how to apply for benefits and find program eligibility requirements.

Find information on a wide range of public health topics from this site of the Oregon Health Authority.

Our mission is to provide simplified public and private health insurance eligibility information in order to help more people access coverage. We aim to find the uninsured and centralize the distribution of information and eligibility requirements, encouraging more people to enroll and thereby lower the ranks of the uninsured. Use this site to access state-by-state tools and resources, including your state's Health Coverage Options Matrix, which provides detailed information on all public and private health coverage options available to you.

To contact an Unemployment Insurance Call Center, call a Portland, Bend, or Eugene local area number 503-451-2400, 541-388-6207, or 541-686-7800, or toll free 1-877-345-3484. To file a new claim, please visit: www.workinginoregon.org/ocs

Programs and services are available to help when you have lost your job. Connect with your nearest staff for services dedicated to helping Oregonians get back to work.

You may qualify for programs if you lost your job

The purpose of the Veterans Program is to provide the maximum level of employment and training opportunities for veterans. Veteran Representatives are dedicated to serving eligible veterans and spouses. To find out what Veteran Priority of Service can mean for you contact your nearest WorkSource Oregon Center. Contact Us.


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