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A Family For Every Child
1675 West 11th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402

Fax: 541-343-2866

Tax I.D. 20-4151057

Christy Obie-Barrett,
Executive Director

A Family For Every Child is a non-profit organization that serves families, children, and agencies nationwide. Thank you for all your support.
Multnomah Resources

Support Groups


Talk It Over hosted by Swindells Family Resource Center and sponsored by Trillium Family Services
A support group for families with a child or teen with mental illness, substance abuse, or serious behavior problems. Group is for family members only, including siblings. Snacks are provided. There are two locations to choose from:

Portland: Meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month from 4pm-6pm at Providence Child Center, Providence Hospital Campus 830 NE 47th Ave. in Portland.

Gresham: Meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 6pm-7:30pm at Human Solutions 124 NE 181st Street in Portland.

The contact for both of these groups is Margaret Puckette at (503) 289-7797


LGBTQ Adoptive Parent Support Group hosted by Adoption Mosaic
Meets every 3rd Thursday from 6pm-8pm at Q Center 4115 N. Mississippi Ave. in Portland. Groups will be lead by a team of adoption professionals and members of the LGBTQ adoption community.

For more information or a list of upcoming dates please visit the website at here
or contact Astrid Dabbeni at (971) 533-0102

Adoption Support Group hosted by DHS
Meets the 3rd Monday of each month from 6pm-8pm at DHS Midtown Branch, Lobby Conference Room 1425 NE Irving Street in Portland.

Contacts for more information or to register are:
Rene Hendricks at (971) 673-1866
DonnaThomas at (971) 673-2087


ADHD Parent Support Group hosted by Stumptown CHADD
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm at Providence St. Vincent Hospital 9205 SW Barnes Rd., Room 6 in Portland. This support group is open parents and caregivers of children affected by ADHD. The group is there to share the joys and challenges in raising children with ADHD.

For more information please contact Stumptown CHADD at info@stumptownCHADD.org
You can also check out a flyer for the event at here

Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center
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African-American Families through Adoption Support Group
Meets in the greater Portland area for potlucks and fun. Can help you connect with mentors for African-American children.

Contact Pam or Rob Vergun at 503-645-6642 or pearlysue@standfordalumni.org for more information.

African-American Families through Adoption Support Group
Meets in the greater Portland area for potlucks and fun. Can help you connect with mentors for African-American children.

Contact Pam or Rob Vergun at 503-645-6642 or pearlysue@standfordalumni.org for more information.

Northwest Adoptive Families Association and North American Council on Adoptable Children Representative

Kathie Stocker
5737 SW Pendleton
Portland, OR 97122

Adoptive Families’ Support Group

Jan Coleman
Emanuel Hospital, 1700 AB, 2801 No.
Gantenbein, OR

Adoptive/Foster Support Group

Kathy Roland
IHOP-Corner of Stark & 242nd Avenue
Portland, OR

Department of Human Services

Peggy Gilmer
Clackamas DHS Office
Clackamas, OR

Padres Unidoes

DHS
Judy Orellana
1425 NE Irving, Building 400
Portland, OR

African-American Support Group

Jeanett Davis
Portland, OR
Clackamas, OR

Families For Children from China

Cathy Rowland
P.O. Box 5642
Portland, OR 97208

Department of Human Services

Peggy Gilmer
Clackamas DHS Office
Clackamas, OR
World Wide Web: fcc-oregon.org




Professional Help


Dr. Vince Berger


Board of Licensed Professionals
Search by city to find professional therapists and counselors in your area.



Adoption Therapists in Multnomah County
Provides a list of professionals that can help you and your child through any problems you are facing