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Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Resources for Students in Need

Portland United Against Hate

A network of organizations in the Portland Metro Area that also serve victims of harassment and hate crimes.

USA Hello: Search for resources by location, and view the information in a google-maps-like website, or download the free smartphone app.

This is a good way to search for many categories of resources in any area, including: Healthcare and Counseling, Legal Help, Housing and Food, Emergency Services, and more.

Lutheran Community Services NW Crime Victim Center (Multnomah + Clark counties)

Hotline and office to support crime victims (including hate or bias crimes), whether or not the victims have gone to police.

Crucial services include support in identifying and prioritizing emergency needs, assistance and referral in obtaining services, support during legal processes (if victims choose to report).

Advocates are bilingual and interpretation services are available.

Call to Safety 24/7 Crisis hotline: 1.888.235.5333

On their phone line, they offer interpretation for “any language.”

Mon-Fri support by text - connect with an advocate: 503-235-5333

Resource Guide for Portland-area ESL Teachers and Volunteers

Compiled by Briana Paris, updated November 2019


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