Oregon Employment Department (OED) is committed to providing excellent employment and training services for Clackamas County businesses and job seekers. As part of the WorkSource Oregon network of workforce experts across the state, OED is a key partner in the operations of WorkSource Clackamas, a full service career center located in Oregon City.
Workforce Development Services at Clackamas Community College works with the Clackamas Workforce Partnership to prepare individuals for in demand jobs that lead to solid career options.
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (OVRS) is a statewide resource for people with disabilities and is part of the Department of Human Services. We assist individuals with disabilities in getting and keeping a job that matches their skills, interests and abilities. OVRS staff works in partnership with the community and businesses to develop employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Job Corps is a free education and training program that helps young people learn a career, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age that qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life.
Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is Oregon’s principal agency for helping Oregonians achieve wellbeing and independence through opportunities that protect, empower, respect choice and preserve dignity, especially for those who are least able to help themselves.
Easter Seals Oregon provides exceptional services to ensure that children and adults with autism and other disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. Easter Seals Oregon Employment Services is comprised of individually funded programs working together to provide employment solutions for employers and job seekers.
C-TEC Youth Services is a collaborative effort managed by Clackamas Education Service District. C-TEC Youth Services is an eligibility based program that provides education, employment, and training support for low-income youth in Clackamas County. The Clackamas Workforce Partnership provides the primary funding for C-TEC Youth Services under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA).
Community Solutions of Clackamas County focuses on increasing the employability and wage potential of special populations, including individuals managing a mental illness, people with corrections histories, people on public assistance, veterans, and the long-term unemployed.
Clackamas County Social Services 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, they 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.
Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) provides culturally-appropriate outreach, support and career development, training and employment services to non-English speaking (with an emphasis on Spanish speaking), Clackamas County residents to ensure they attain, retain and advance in employment.
Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) provides housing opportunities that allow persons with special needs to live as independently as possible within a safe, secure, structured environment. The transitional housing program for the homeless helps people get off the streets and in to stable housing. Affordable Housing Preservation Program preserves the long-term affordability of existing multi-family rental units that are designed to meet the needs of low- and moderate-income working people.
Clackamas County Community Corrections works to pursue the restoration of losses to victims and communities and provide effective services, sanctions, and supervision to help offenders become law-abiding citizens.
For more information about the collaborative work we do with our partners, contact our Executive Director, Bridget Dazey, at 503-657-1729 or by email at email@example.com.