If you are unable to find a particular support group on our website, try using this search tool to locate the exact group you are looking for.
The Annie Ross House is operated by Northwest Housing Alternatives, and is the only emergency family shelter in all of Clackamas County. The house serves families with children who are currently experiencing homelessness.
Canby Alliance Church is heavily involved in our community. We act out our calling to be a blessing to others and seek to serve others in the love of Christ often.
Our Food Pantry is open the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month from 9 am-11 am for anyone who needs food.
Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center provides complete, accurate information and compassionate peer counseling to women who are making decisions about their possible pregnancies.
To report child abuse anywhere in Oregon, contact your nearest Child Protective Services Oregon office. Here is a directory. Always report child abuse.
Clackamas Social Services
(503) -8640 | TTY (503) 650-5646
Area Agency on Aging
Clackamas Resource Connection, senior resources
Community Action Agency
Information and Referral
Lifespan Respite Care Information
Developmental Disabilities Program
Case management for adults and children, Adult Protective Services
Adult Protective Services
Clackamas Service Center (CSC) is a non-profit, 501c3 dedicated to helping homeless and low income individuals and families live a healthy lifestyle. CSC provides critical services designed to promote self-sufficiency including food, medical services and clothing.
Emergency Food Boxes
M-Th. 1 pm – 3:30 pm, Fridays 2 pm-5 pm
Available to residents of Clackamas County and zip codes 97206 and 97266. Bring a current piece of mail (if you have an address.)
M-Th. 5pm-6pm, Fri. 6pm, Saturdays 5:30pm
Clothing Room • Mental Health Counseling • Medical Services • Dental Service • AA Meetings
Use this website to locate food panties in Oregon by city.
An online resource to help low income Oregonians find free legal help.
The Good Roots Community Church food bank is open Saturdays at 9am, serving those in need who live in the 97222 & 97267 zip codes. In order to receive a food box, you must be registered by noon.
If you are in need of an emergency food box, please call the office: (503) 654-0507
The Housing Development Center’s mission is to strengthen opportunities for low-income families and individuals by developing, preserving and sustaining affordable housing and community facilities.
The HDC Community Fund provides low-interest loans tailored to the needs of affordable housing developers. To date, our loans have supported the creation or preservation of more than 850 units of affordable housing.