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Energy Assistance

Oregon Assistance Programs
Organization: Oregon Assistance Programs

A comprehensive listing of State programs providing low income families and individuals financial assistance for all sorts of needs.

Oregon Energy Assistance Program
Organization: Oregon Energy Assistance Program
Social Service:

OEAP is a year-round assistance program funded by a state-mandated electric meter charge. To be eligible, you must meet income guidelines and priority is given to customers who may be in danger of disconnection. The program serves low-income households in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties.

Self Enhancement Inc.
Organization: Self Enhancement Inc.

Self Enhancement, Inc. (SEI), a non-profit organization supporting at-risk urban youth. Working with schools, families and community organizations, SEI provides opportunities for personal and academic success, bringing hope to individual young people and enhancing the quality of community life.

Student demographics

97% African-American
85% qualify for free or reduced lunch
73% from single parent households
36% are gang affected
30% have a parent or sibling incarcerated

Domestic Violence • Energy Assistance • Employment Services • Parenting Classes • Foster Care

Address: 3920 N. Kerby Avenue, Portland, OR 97227
Telephone: (503) 2491721
St Vincent de Paul Hillsboro
Organization: St Vincent de Paul Hillsboro
Social Service:

Hillsboro Food Network
Food available Monday – Saturday, 9:00 am – 11:30 am

Other Services included: Donated Furniture • Limited Funds for rent and utility assistance for residents of Hillsboro and North Plains. ID and proof of residence required.

Address: 442 SE 3rd. Avenue, Hillsboro, OR
Telephone: (503) 693-7528
Utility Assistance
Organization: Utility Assistance
Social Service:

A handy listing of local resources providing assistance with utility bills, including gas, sewer, and electric utilities. Includes access to Low Income Energy Assistance Programs (LIEAP). Most agencies provide assistance only as funds are available. Call ahead first.

Albina Ministerial Alliance
(503) 285-0493
4134 N. Vancouver Avenue, Portland, OR 97217
LIEAP, water and sewer assistance.

Catholic Charities Program Hispano
(503) 669-8350
451 NW. First St., Gresham OR 97030
Serve Multnomah County and Latinos. Water/sewer, gas and electric assistance.

Clackamas County energy assistance line.
(503) 650-5640
LIEAP, electrical, water and sewer assistance.

Community Action Program
(503) 284-6827
422 NE Alberta, Portland Or 97211
Energy conservation info & weatherization tips. Free materials to qualified households.

Oregon Heat Emergency Assistance
(503) 239-1226 | (503) 239-1264
Must have shut-off notice and bill in your name. Low-income households only.

Oregon Energy Assistance
(503) 612-6300 – HEAT Oregon

PGE Bill Payment Assistance

HEAT Oregon

Multnomah County Assistance

Oregon Low Income Energy Programs

Washington Department of Social and Health Services
Organization: Washington Department of Social and Health Services

A comprehensive source to all health and social services provided by the State of Washington and Clark County.