211 is an easy-to-remember, universally recognizable number that enables a connection between individuals and families in need and the appropriate community-based organizations and government agencies.
Get in touch with 211 by:
- Dialing 211 or (866) 698-6155
- Texting your zip code to 898211
- Emailing 211’s Help mailbox
- Visiting the 211 website
- Downloading the 211 app
Estacada Food Bank
The Estacada Area Food Bank, formed in 1982, is a 501(c)(3) not-for–profit organization serving the communities of Estacada, Eagle Creek, Barton, Damascus, Carver, and Colton. They are governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors and supported by an Executive Director, and other staff and many fabulous volunteers.
- The 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month, 10am to 2pm. We are closed the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month (St. Aloysius Catholic Church serves customers on those days.)
- Wednesdays 10am-2pm
- Thursdays 1pm-5pm
Estacada Community Center
The mission of the Community Center is to provide programs that meet our community needs, enhance the quality of life, and promote community involvement through recreation, activities, education, health, wellness, and fitness activities. They assist seniors and the disabled through ‘Home Delivered Meals’ (Meals on Wheels America) program by providing nutritional daily meals, to help them remain healthy, and remain safely in their homes. Additionally, they provide onsite services for all other age groups at the Center, as well as providing a large venue with flexible event space for community events, meetings, and presentations.
Located in downtown Estacada on 350 SW Zobrist Street, this small and intimate community space is being developed for cultural arts events, lectures, classes, and community meetings.
The Orchid Health partnership with the Estacada School District provides free health care to student children and adolescents in the district. These include students at Clackamas River Elementary, River Mill Elementary, Estacada Middle School, and Estacada High School.
Students between the ages of 12 and 19 who visit the SBHC may be asked to complete an anonymous survey after their visit. The survey asks about the
student’s satisfaction and experience at the SBHC, as well as some general questions about their physical and mental health status. Students can refuse to take the survey and this will not affect their ability to get care at the SBHC. To see a copy of the survey, please go to the “SBHC Data Requirements” page of the Oregon Health Authority website. If you have questions about the survey, please contact the SBHC State Program Office.
Todos Juntos partners with schools, local law enforcement, county agencies, and others to enhance local resources and services for youth and families. These services are available in English and/or Spanish through evidence-based, community-supported activities provided at K-12 schools around Clackamas County. Todos Juntos delivers a range of challenging, age-appropriate programs in a safe, structured, and positive environment.
Visit the Todos Juntos website for additional information.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Clackamas County (NAMI Clackamas) is a grassroots organization by and for people impacted by mental illness, whether in themselves or a family member.
Most of the services are provided by peers…that is, people who have “been there” and “done that”. Visit the NAMI Clackamas website.
Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace
Open enrollment will start in November. The open enrollment period is a window of time that happens once a year — typically in the fall — when you can sign up for health insurance, adjust your current plan, or cancel your plan. It is usually limited to a few weeks. If you miss it, you may have to wait until the next open enrollment period to make any changes. Visit the OregonHealthCare.gov website for help enrolling and additional information.
Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace General Question Line: (855) 268-3767 (toll-free)
Second Home connects volunteer host homes with unaccompanied high school students experiencing homelessness. By ensuring that the students have stable housing and ongoing support, Second Home allows them to focus on completing their secondary education and realize their full potential.
With the support and structure of Second Home, a student and host co-create a rental agreement to give a foundation to a shared living arrangement. Hosts do not take on parenting responsibilities, but rather are present in a student’s life as a caring adult. Please email Maria Mendez with any questions or reach her by phone at (971) 238-9368.
Clackamas Women’s Services
Clackamas Women’s Services (a domestic and sexual violence organization) is now co-located at Estacada High School working with youth. If there are youth survivors wanting to talk about safety plans, emotional support, or navigating the system Karla is open for referrals. She is mobile and can travel to all the other Estacada schools. Email Karla.
Clackamas County Veteran’s Outreach maintains an outreach warehouse to store clothing for the winter season. Contact Matt Furlow – County Veteran’s Outreach for details.