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Featured Highlights

  • Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship 9th Annual Bike and Hike

    Join us in raising funds in honor of the Men's Residential Center's Al Forthan, to provide scholarships to Oregon high school students who have overcome the challenges of living with family members with addictions. This year we also celebrate the distinguished career of MRC founder, Greg Stone. Congratulations on 25 years of services at VOAOR, Greg! Click on the link below to sign up to hike or bike on Larch Mountain on August 29th.

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  • CourtCare Opens in East Multnomah County

    On June 23rd, VOA OR held its ribbon cutting ceremony for CourtCare, a safe-haven for children as their parents work out their legal issues. The newest site is located at 18480 S.E. Stark St, becoming the second location for these types of services to help protect children from the drama of the court room. The East Multnomah County location opened its doors on April 13 and is serves the community on a part time basis; Monday 1-5 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays. Click the box below for more information on CourtCare and its services.

    Serving the Community
  • Hands Across the Bridge: Celebrating the Success of those in Recovery

    VOAOR, along with other organizations across the nation will be joining on September 7th to increase awareness and celebrate successes of those in recovery. Join the Drug Court Alumni program and others from 10am-12pm for an exciting program of speakers followed by joining hands along the I-5 Bridge, from Washington to Oregon, in a powerful celebrating of the unity and strength of recovery.