Adults Children and Families

Healthy families mean healthy communities.

Two people sitting at a table playing BINGO.
Woman walking on the sidewalk in front of a blue building

Community-based medical and social models of age. Our adult day centers offer daytime respite services for caregivers and provide a supportive, therapeutic, and empowering environment for seniors and adults with a variety of health-related needs.

A partnership with Multnomah County Juvenile Justice to provide supervision and support to the youth who would otherwise be held in detention. CMP monitors youth, both in-person and electronically, with GPS (Global Positioning System) units.

“I am eternally thankful for the safe haven you provided for my daughter in a time when I needed it the most. I came across your program in a moment of great stress and anxiety. A moment that I felt I couldn’t do it by myself. The difference you have made in our lives will be forever printed in our hearts.”
Camera looking up at a playground structure from the leafy, yellow ground.
Family Relief Nursery

Provides essential services for families including parent education, therapeutic classrooms, home visitation, and other wrap-around services as a part of our early childhood programming. We are a prevention and intervention program that provides essential services at no cost, helping families establish safe, stable home environments.

Our transitional and emergency services provide survivor centered support designed to prevent victims from having to return to abusive homes. We also support survivors by providing legal advocacy, advocacy in a health care setting, and at DHS.

Our goal is to create healthy and happy communities that are safe for everyone. We have services providing workshops and resources including alcohol and drug prevention, gambling prevention, healthy relationships, and afterschool programming.

Our senior apartment community in Estacada, Oregon includes independent living units and community activities and amenities.

Hotline Services


(503) 771-5503
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Advocates can provide emotional support, safety planning, referrals to community resources, assistance with relocation, stabilization assessments, and connection to address confidentiality programs.


(503) 802-0506
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Advocates can answer questions from survivors and community partners around completing restraining order paperwork. Advocates are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice.


Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
24/7 Availability

If you think you have a problem with gambling, or if you are concerned about at loved one’s gambling, feel free to call us or the Oregon Problem Gambling Helpline.