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Oregon State Disability Resources

— National Dissemination Center for Children With Disabilities
Updated on May 2, 2014
Official State Web Site
 
Connect with your state's official website to find all manner of state agencies and information, including how to contact your governor and/or your representatives in the Senate and House:
 
www.oregon.gov/
State Department of Education: Special Education
 
Office of Student Learning and Partnerships Department of Education 255 Capitol Street N.E.
Salem   OR   97310-0203
(503) 947-5600
nancy.latini@state.or.us
www.ode.state.or.us
State Coordinator for NCLB (No Child Left Behind)
 
Educational Improvement and Innovation Department of Education 255 Capitol Street N.E.
Salem   OR   97310-1300
(503) 947-5877
helen.maguire@state.or.us
www.ode.state.or.us
Programs for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities: Ages Birth through 5
 
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Department Office of Special Education Department of Education 255 Capitol Street N.E.
Salem   OR   97310-0203
(503) 947-5600
www.ode.state.or.us
State Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
 
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services Department of Human Services Children, Adults & Families Division 500 Summer Street N.E., E87
Salem   OR   97301-1120
(503) 945-5880 (V)
(503) 945-5894 (TTY)
www.oregon.gov/dhs
Coordinator for Transition Services
 
Office of Student Learning & Partnerships Special Education Unit Department of Education 255 Capitol Street N.E.
Salem   OR   97310
(503) 947-5639
jackie.burr@state.or.us
www.ode.state.or.us
State Mental Health Agency
 
Addictions in Mental Health Division 500 Summer Street, N.E., E86
Salem   OR   97301-1118
(503) 945-9704
http://egov.oregon.gov/dhs/mentalhealth
State Mental Health Representative for Children and Youth
 
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Addictions and Mental Health Division (AMH) 500 Summer Street, N.E., E86
Salem   OR   97309
(503) 945-9717
bill.bouska@state.or.us
www.dhs.state.or.us/mentalhealth
Councils on Developmental Disabilities
 
Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities 540 24th Place N.E.
Salem   OR   97301-4517
(503) 945-9941
(800) 292-4154 (in OR)
OCDD@ocdd.org
www.ocdd.org
Protection and Advocacy Agency
 
Oregon Advocacy Center 620 S.W. 5th Avenue, Suite 500
Portland   OR   97204-1428
(503) 243-2081
(503) 323-9161 (TTY)
(800) 452-1694
welcome@oradvocacy.org

www.oradvocacy.org

Programs for Children with Special Health Care Needs
 
Child Development and Rehabilitation Center Oregon Health & Science University P.O. Box 574
Portland   OR   97207-0574
(503) 494-8095 (Portland)
(800) 452-3563 (Portland)
(541) 346-3575 (Eugene)
(800) 637-0700 (Eugene)
www.ohsu.edu/cdrc/
State CHIP Program
 
(health care for low-income uninsured children) Oregon SCHIP Division of Medical Assistance Programs Administrative Office 500 Summer Street NE
Salem   OR   97301
(503) 945-5772
(800) 527-5772
(800) 375-2863 (tty)
www.oregon.gov/DHS/healthplan/app_benefits/schip.shtml
Programs for Children and Youth who are Blind or Visually Impaired or Deaf-Blind
 
Regional Programs for Low Incidence Disabilities Department of Education 255 Capitol Street, NE
Salem   OR   97310-0203
(503) 947-5760
www.ode.state.or.us
Vocational Rehabilitation Programs for Youth and Adults who are Blind, Visually Impaired or Deaf-Blind
 
Oregon Commission for the Blind 535 S.E. 12th Avenue
Portland   OR   97214
(971) 673-1588
(888) 202-5463
ocbmail@state.or.us
www.oregon.gov/Blind/index.shtml
Programs for Children and Youth who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Access Program Oregon Disabilities Commission 1257 Ferry Street S.E.
Salem   OR   97301-4278
(503) 378-3142 (V/TTY)
(503) 378-5478 (TTY)
(800) 358-3117 (V/TTY, in OR)
(800) 521-9615 (V/TTY, in OR)
nancy.groff@state.or.us
www.oregon.gov/DHS/odhhs/index.shtml
Telecommunications Relay Services
 
(800) 735-1232 (V)
(800) 735-3250 (VCO)
(800) 735-2900 (TTY); 711 (TTY)
(800) 735-0644 (ASCII)
 
Regional ADA Technical Assistance Center
 
DBTAC Northwest: ADA Center Western Washington Universtiy-CCER 6912 220th Street, S.W. #105
Mountlake Terrace   WA   98043
(425) 248-2480 (TTY)
(425) 248-2480 (TTY);
dbtacnw@wwu.edu
www.dbtacnorthwest.org
University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
 
Center on Human Development University of Oregon 901 E. 18th Avenue, Room 350
Eugene   OR   97403
(541) 346-3591
http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~ivdb
 
Oregon Institute on Disability and Development Oregon Health & Science University P.O. Box 574
Portland   OR   97207-0574
(503) 494-8364
(800) 452-3563
(503) 494-8095 (TTY)
krahng@ohsu.edu
www.oidd.org
Technology-Related Assistance
 
Access Technologies, Inc. 3070 Lancaster Drive N.E.
Salem   OR   97305
(503) 361-1201
(800) 677-7512 (V/TTY)
info@accesstechnologiesinc.org
www.accesstechnologiesinc.org
State Mediation System
 
Office of Student Learning and Partnerships Department of Education 255 Capitol Street N.E.
Salem   OR   97310-0203
(503) 947-5705
valerie.miller@state.or.us

www.ode.state.or.us

Special Format Library
 
Oregon State Library Talking Book and Braille Services 250 Winter Street NE
Salem   OR   97301-3950
(503) 378-3849
(800) 452-0292
tbabs.info@state.or.us
tbabs.org
 
Disability-Specific Organizations
Attention Deficit Disorder
 
To identify an ADD group in your state or locality, contact either: Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) 8181 Professional Place, Suite 150
Landover   MD   20785
(301) 306-7070
(800) 233-4050 (Voice mail to request information packet)
www.chadd.org
 
Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) P.O. Box 543
Pottstown   PA   19464-0543
(484) 945-2101
mail@add.org
www.add.org
Autism
 
To identify an autism group in your state, contact: Autism Society of America 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 300
Bethesda   MD   20814
(301) 657-0881
(800) 3-AUTISM
www.autism-society.org
 
Regional Programs for Low Incidence Disabilities State Services for Autism Department of Education 255 Capitol Street, NE
Salem   OR   97310-0203
(503) 947-5760
www.ode.state.or.us
Blind/Visual Impairments
 
American Foundation for the Blind 11 Penn Plaza, Suite 300
New York   NY   10001
(212) 502-7600
(800) 232-5463
afbinfo@afb.net
www.afb.org
Brain Injury
 
Brain Injury Association of Oregon 2145 N.W. Overton Street
Portland   OR   97210
(503) 413-7707
(503) 740-3155
sherry@biaoregon.org

www.biaoregon.org

 
The Oregon Brain Injury Resource Network 345 N. Monmouth Avenue
Monmouth   OR   97361
(503) 413-7707
(877) 872-7246
tbi@wou.edu
www.tr.wou.edu/tbi
Cerebral Palsy
 
United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwest Washington 11731 NE Glenn Widing Drive
Portland   OR   97220
(503) 777-4167
bthoune@ucpaorwa.org
www.ucpaorwa.org
Epilepsy
 
Epilepsy Foundation of Northwest 2311 N. 45th Street, #134
Seattle   WA   98103
(206) 547-4551
mail@epilepsynw.org
www.epilepsyoregon.org
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
 
The Arc of Oregon 1745 State Street
Salem   OR   97301
(503) 581-2726
(877) 581-2726 (toll-free)
info@arcoregon.org
www.arcoregon.org/
Learning Disabilities
 
Learning Disabilities Association of Oregon P.O. Box 34
Marylhurst   OR   97036
(503) 697-6213
mtsoule@ix.netcom.com
www.ldaor.org
Mental Health
 
Mental Health Association of Oregon (MHAO) Regional Research Institute (RRI) Portland State University 1600 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 900 P.O. Box 751
Portland   OR   97207-0751
(503) 725-5953
beckiec@pdx.edu
 
 
NAMI Oregon 3550 S.E. Woodward
Portland   OR   97202-1552
(503) 230-8009
(800) 343-6264 (in OR)
namioregon@qwest.net
www.nami.org/oregon
 
Oregon Family Support Network, Inc. 2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Suite 274
Eugene   OR   97401
(541) 342-2876
(800) 323-8521
www.ofsn.org
Speech, Language, and Hearing
 
The Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association P.O. Box 523
Salem   OR   97308
(503) 370-7019
assoc@wvi.com
www.oregonspeechandhearing.org/
 
Organizations for Parents
Parent Training and Information Center (PTI)
 
Oregon Parent Training and Information Center (formerly known as COPE) 2295 Liberty Street, N.E.
Salem   OR   97301
(503) 581-8156
(888) 505-2673 (in OR)
info@orpti.org
www.orpti.org
Community Parent Resource Center
 
Oregon FIRST Family Information Referral Services and Trainings 830 NE 47th Avenue
Portland   OR   97213
(503) 215-2268
info@orfirst.org
www.orfirst.org
Parent-To-Parent
 
Contact Parent Training and Information Center.
 
Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
 
Oregon PTA P.O. Box 4569
Portland   OR   97208-4569
(503) 234-3928
or_office@pta.org
www.oregonpta.org
 
Other Disability Organizations
 
Easter Seals Oregon 5757 S.W. Macadam Avenue
Portland   OR   97239
(503) 228-5108
info@or.easterseals.com
www.or.easterseals.com
Independent Living
 
To find out the contact information for the Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) in your state, contact: Independent Living Research Utilization Project The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research 2323 South Sheppard, Suite 1000
Houston   TX   77019
(713) 520-0232 (V)
(713) 520-5136 (TTY)
ilru@ilru.org
www.ilru.org
 
To find out the contact information for centers for independent living (CILs) in your state, contact: National Council on Independent Living 1710 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, 5th Floor
Washington   DC   20036
(202) 207-0334 (V)
(202) 207-0340 (TTY)
ncil@ncil.org
www.ncil.org
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