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Northwest Family Services strives to be a contributing member of this community.  You will find a list of programs and services that we gladly offer to the community in this section.

NWFS provides workshops to hundreds of families in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington County in English and Spanish. The following is the calendar of workshops in Spanish and English that NWFS will be hosting at Parkrose, Centennial and George middle school.  The workshops are free of cost.

 

Oregon Homeowner Support:

OHCS LogoHORZ fnlOregon Homeowners Support is a new website which lists HUD approved counseling agencies. NEDCO is the designated agency for Clackamas County homeowners (Not affliated with NWFS). Their services are geared toward those homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments or who are already in default and at risk of foreclosure. These services are provided at NO CHARGE to the homeowner. Despite the mortgage and real estate crisis in our state, there are programs and help available.

Worksource Clackamas:

Worksource Clackamas workshops are a series open to everyone looking to better develop their job search skills. Community experts and NWFS staff cover topics including interest and skill assessments, writing an effective cover letter and resume, how to conduct a job search, proper interviewing techniques and the impact of social networking media. Our programs are in English and Spanish.

See schedule of classes.

Community Builder:

Northwest Family Services strives to make a better community. We work to equip people with vital skills for a lifetime.

Join us for our Community Builder Events! Each event is an opportunity to learn more about Northwest Family Services and the need in our community.

  • Enjoy a free meal
  • Bring a friend
  • Interactive
  • Informational, no request

See schedule of classes.

Parenting and Youth Mentor Alliance:

Parenting Inside Out (PIO) is an evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral parent management skills training program created for criminal justice and systems involved parents through a six-year collaboration of scientists, policy makers, practitioners, and instructional designers. Both the information in the program and the way that information is presented were informed by knowledge derived from research and practice.

PIO satisfies mandated parenting class requirements.

See schedule of classes.