East Portland Resilience Coalition (EPRC)

EPRC comprises 20 Voting Partners with signed 2-year Memorandum of Agreement and Seven affiliated organizations.

Voting Partner Organizations

B.C.P. is a Community Based Organization with a passion for networking, sharing resources and collective work.

https://www.facebook.com/BCPpublic/

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We lead community-grounded initiatives to make justice a lived experience for Black, Brown, and Indigenous people in Oregon.

www.brownhope.org

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The purpose of CCA is to enhance the livability of the community; to establish and maintain an open, objective line of communication and relationships among the community and all interested stakeholders.

https://www.eastportland.org/centennial

https://www.facebook.com/centennialcommunityassociation/

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Centennial Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) is open to folks who live, work, and/or spend time in Centennial!

www.facebook.com/CentennialNET/?ref=py_c

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Community Energy Project provides free home services focused on safety, health, and energy efficiency. We provide free community education and supplies, as well as direct home energy upgrades and repairs.

https://www.growing-gardens.org/

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Day One Tech PDX connects technology and personal identity. We offer free services to the community and can be contracted to do culturally specific programming to provide those free services to the community.

http://www.dotpdx.org

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Division Midway Alliance is dedicated to improving life along southeast Division Street.

https://divisionmidway.org

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East Portland Collective builds community by offering free, all-ages arts  activities, education, and fun to underserved and underrepresented community members, centering  the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community, women/femmes, minorities, youth, parents, and individuals living within the margins of society.

www.eastpdxcollective.org

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Growing Gardens uses the experience of growing food in schools, backyards and correctional facilities to cultivate healthy and equitable communities.

https://www.growing-gardens.org

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Grow Portland exists to connect the community to the natural world and healthy food by creating and supporting vibrant and productive school-based garden sites that engage the entire learning community.

https://www.growportland.org

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Check Facebook Link

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Yoana Molina Marcial – Vision Team

Historic Parkrose is committed to increasing social equity, economic opportunity, and safety in Portland’s Parkrose district.

http://historicparkrose.com/

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Dancing Tree Family Center mission is to prevent homelessness by partnering with people as they navigate their journey to stability and opportunity.

https://impactnw.org

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  • Brandi Jordan
  • Sarah Cramer 

Learning to Live is a new nonprofit with the goal of providing education and systems navigation tools for youth in order to identify and develop skills relating to key facets of everyday American life. 

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Outreach to and wraparound supports for youth in East Multnomah County experiencing housing instability and homelessness; programming for LGBTQ youth, youth in foster care, and youth involved in sex trafficking.

https://newavenues.org/east

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Nutrition Garden Rx promotes urban gardens optimized for health and climate benefits with and for people with low income.

https://www.illuminatehn.com/nutrition-garden-rx

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O.D.D.S Program is an organization geared toward the deconstruction of the school to prison pipeline.

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Outgrowing Hunger cares for people by nurturing connection to nature,food, and community.

https://outgrowinghunger.org/

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ROSE’s mission is to connect our community to build good homes, healthy families, and neighborhood opportunities in outer southeast Portland.

https://rosecdc.org/

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Serendipity is a non-profit therapeutic school serving at-risk students whose complex needs prevent success in other settings.

http://www.serendipitycenter.org/

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Affiliate Participant Organizations 

p:ear builds positive relationships with homeless youth through education, art and recreation to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives.

https://www.pearmentor.org

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The purpose of the East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) Economic Development Subcommittee is to develop a strong business environment that strengthens  existing businesses, promotes new businesses, and expands family wage jobs in East Portland.

http://eastportlandactionplan.org

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To serve as a body in order to gather, enlighten, inform, celebrate, champion, empower, and support our Powellhurst-Gilbert neighbors, businesses, homes, schools, environment, and those invested in the neighborhood.

https://www.pgpride.org

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 Building a safe, healthy and vibrant community where neighbors can thrive together.

https://www.rosewoodinitiative.org/about

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Provide hands-on, creative experiences that encourage resilient communities.

https://www.trashforpeace.org

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Unite Oregon is a community-based organization led by and for people of color, immigrants, refugees, rural communities, and people experiencing poverty.

https://www.uniteoregon.org/

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https://www.eastportland.org/woodlandpark

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