Astoria Armory Community and Events Center: 503-791-6064 Astoria Armory Restoration provides sport and recreation activities year-round that provide significant alternatives to unhealthy behavior and improves the quality of life in our community.


Boy Scouts of America, Fort Clatsop District: 503-325-2990  The Boy Scouts of America is a family based organization that helps develop citizenship, character and physical fitness in the youth of Clatsop County.  Serves boys ages 6-20 and girls 14-20 through adult mentoring programs.

al_ck1Camp Kiwanilong: 503-861-2933 Camp Kiwanilong is an environmentally unique, rustic camp that specializes in serving area youth with a six-week summer program.  Other groups utilizing the facilities include school groups, youth and community organizations and families.

al_casa1Clatsop CASA Program: 503-338-6063 Court Appointed Special Advocate Program provides advocates for abused and neglected children in juvenile court and child welfare system.  Our goal is to achieve a safe permanent home for each child we serve.

al_cca1Clatsop Community Action: 503-325-1400  We are a non-profit agency, which helps mobilize resources to end poverty.  Our mission is to help people meet housing, food, and other basic living needs.  We operate the CCA Regional Food Bank and Hilltop low income Apartments.

al_house1Hope House, A division of Lutheran Community Services NW: 503-325-6754  Hope House serves children and adults who are struggling with life’s challenges, focusing on recovery from grief and trauma through groups, and individual and family counseling.

al_ccc1Lives in Transition: 503-338-2377  A Clatsop Community College program designed to assist displaced homemakers, single parents and dislocated workers achieve economic self-sufficiency.  The information provided empowers individuals to set and maintain goals for success.

al_voca1The Healing Circle (VOCA) Victory over child abuse: 503-325-2761 Our purpose is to create safe specialized, annual camp programs for child survivors of sexual abuse.  Adult volunteers provide children healing time during camp, and monthly children’s programs.

al_lighthouse1The Lighthouse for Kids: 503-325-4977  We are a medically based, organization that provides skilled and comprehensive medical assessments for children involved in allegations of child abuse or neglect while trying to reduce the trauma to the child.

al_buddies1The Lunch Buddies Mentoring Program: The Lunch Buddies Mentoring Program has provided in-school mentors for children needing extra support for over a decade.  Our mentors agree to meet with their matches for lunch for once a week throughout the school year.  The LBMP also provides backpacks with starter supplies to be dispersed to the kindergarten through 2nd-grade students.  It is our mission to link youth with positive role models to create excitement about school & beyond!

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al_harbor1The Harbor (formerly Women’s Resource Center/Hutchens House): 503-325-4962  Serving victims and survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. Key-programs include Victim Advocacy: 24-hour hotline 503-325-5735, 24 hour crisis response with law enforcement and to hospitals, assistance with filing temporary restraining orders and court advocacy, support groups, and information & referral and Déjà Vu Thrift Shop and employment training site where tax deductible donations are recycled, refurbished, and sold helping to support the organization’s many programs.


al_helpinghandsHelping Hands: 503-738-7019  (Alan Evans) Helping Hands Outreach Re-entry Program is specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals who have barriers to receiving health, addiction, and mental health related services, as well as housing and other services. We offer 30-day, 60-day, 90-day, 6 month, and 1 year individual re-entry plans (IRPs) that concentrate on helping people overcome obstacles they face to re-enter society successfully.

Columbia Senior Diners: 503-325-3231

The aging demographics of Clatsop County creates challenges that Columbia Senior Diners addresses by supporting seniors to live healthy, independent and socially richer relationships and lives. Seniors who cannot occasionally or permanently join others in the dining area can have meals delivered to their homes upon request.  Every possible accommodation is made to individual tastes and food restrictions. For people who may be isolated at home, a driver from Columbia Senior Diners checks in once a day for a brief but vital connection.