The Social Services Division provides assistance to seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, and low-income residents of Clackamas County.
Social Services is dedicated to helping people in need live with self-reliance and independence, offering many opportunities for all county residents to be socially engaged. For seniors and people with disabilities, low income residents, and veterans, we offer many programs that help support our community and provide people with the information and resources they need to be healthy and safe.
Social Services is a Division of the Health, Housing, and Human Services (H3S) Department. Its director is Brenda Durbin.
If you have a question or would like to request more information, please contact: The Clackamas Resource Connection at 503-650-5622.
Other programs and services
The Clackamas Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) provides a single point of contact for persons seeking information and services about how to care for older adults and people with disabilities.
Clackamas County offers many different services and resources to help people find affordable housing, stay in their homes, and protect the rights of landlords and tenants.
The Social Services Division works directly with a variety of community boards and advisory committees to serve our community and advocate on behalf of Clackamas County Residents. To review the latest minutes from the Monthly Network Meeting, click here.
Social Services of Clackamas County is an independent non-profit organization that supports the Social Services Division and assists low income Clackamas County residents. Social Services of Clackamas County is entirely staffed by volunteers that work to help fund programs and support volunteers.
2017-2020 Area Plan
As the Area Agency on Aging for Clackamas County, we develop an area plan every four years. The plan describes how the agency will use federal funds to assist residents of Clackamas County. The goal is to help aging residents remain independent, healthy, and engaged in their communities.
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