Community resources are local and/or nationwide organizations that individuals can turn to for assistance in filling an unmet need such as food, shelter, etc. The below resources are not affiliated with Warner Pacific University in any way. If you need additional help or have questions, please reach out to your Academic Advisor.
211 info helps you to navigate and connect with local resources such as bill pay assistance, shelters, low cost, or free clinics, etc. You can get help via the website, by calling 211 on your phone or texting your zip code to 898211.
The Oregon Food Bank’s Food Finder will help you find local food boxes, free meals, pantry style grocery programs, etc. They also offer cooking and gardening classes to help you learn to cook nutritiously while staying on a limited budget.
Multnomah County Food Access-related Resources is an interactive map showing you places for free food, community gardens, DHS offices, farmers markets, and WIC clinics. The map also includes public transportation routes so you can find a convenient location.