HOME Youth Programs

Assistance: Job hunting; help with family & friends; tutoring; bus transportation; Life Skills

Referrals: Health; overnight shelters; mental health; abuse.

Activities: Games; crafts; computers; sports and leisure.

Employment: HOME provides entry-level job experience in janitorial service and meal preparation.

Community Support: HOME is a program of Community Action Agency and is a recipient of United Way dollars. Our funding comes from a variety of sources including government, grants and foundations, events, and individual donors. HOME receives thousands of dollars/year of in-kind and volunteer support.

Community Advocate:

-    Families in crisis connect with the Advocate for screening, support and connections to services, intervening to preserve the family, improve family functioning. This project is state-funded.

-    Assists youth with housing, identification, food stamps, health insurance, schooling and other issues.

We'd love to have you get involved in the Home Youth & Resource Center activities

Have questions? Need help?
Contact us at: (503) 391-6428



Private citizens and businesses can initiate programs that Home Youth Center can integrate.

In this instance, professional web designer Barbara Castleman of LadyWebPro.com awards a brand-new Dell computer to a youth who did well in meeting specific standards of conduct over a few months time. The program was  administered in cooperation with HOME supervisors.

Award systems are an important way for youth to learn responsible behavior patterns and also know that people in the community care about them reaching higher goals.

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Website donated and maintained by Barbara Castleman, LadyWebPro.com