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Senior Centers

Milwaukie Center

Mission: To be a link to resources for older adults and their families and a place for the community to gather, grow and contribute. 

  • Meals On Wheels
  • Home visits for Meals on Wheels clients
  • Transportation
  • Pete's Cafe
  • Fitness & Enrichment Classes
  • Drop-in Interest groups
  • Pool room, gift shop, library, and main gather areas
  • Foot Clinic
  • Thursday Evening Bingo
  • Virtual Fitness, and enrichment classes
  • Facility rentals
  • Congregate dining

Gladstone Senior Center

Mission: To enhance the lives of seniors living in Gladstone through services, programs, and activities. 

  • AARP Tax Foundation Assistance Program
  • Home Bound Meal program
  • Health & Fitness
  • Transportation

Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC)

Get connected to local information and services for seniors and people with disabilities. To view a 20-minute video walk-through about the ADRC click here.

211 Info

211info connects people with health and social service organizations. At our heart is our core Community Information Center, supported by the Resource Database team. We’ve expanded to include enhanced information & referral and assistance programs that target specific services.

Clackamas County Community Resource Guide

  • Emergency and Crisis Services
  • Basic Services
  • LGBTQ Resources
  • Housing Resources
  • Health Resources
  • Education & Employment Resources
  • Youth & Family Resources
  • Older Adult & Disability Services
  • Legal Services


Trimet Lift

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you may be eligible for LIFT service if you have a disability or disabling health condition and your disability or health condition prevents you from independently using TriMet buses and MAX Light Rail. Door to door transportation for people that are unable to ride a regular bus

  • Application Required
  • Cost: Honored Citizen fare $2.50 per day
  • Rides must be scheduled two days before the appointment
  • My use walker or wheelchairs

Go Go Grandparent

GoGoGrandparet allows older adults to utilize on-demand transportation companies like Lyft and Uber while keeping family and loved ones notified.

  • Door to door transportation is provided by Uber and Lyft for anyone that needs help scheduling transportation
  • GoGo Grandparent takes care of scheduling and payment processing
  • Riders do not need to set up an account with Uber or Lyft
  • Riders can pre-schedule or not by calling Go Go Grandparent
  • Riders must be able to get in and out of the car on their own

Clackamas County Social Services

Transportation is available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. To schedule a ride, contact Transportation Reaching People dispatch: 503-655-8208, Office hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

  • Transportation Reaching People (TRP) offers free transportation for Clackamas County seniors and people with disabilities unable to access other transportation options. Volunteer drivers receive training and use their own vehicles to assist eligible residents to medical appointments and/or essential errands. Our volunteers serve as a lifeline for many riders.
  • The Ride Together program allows riders to recruit their own volunteer driver (i.e. family, neighbors, and friends). Participants schedule rides with their volunteer driver. Mileage reimbursement is provided and volunteer training is required.
  • The Vets Driving Vets program matches veterans who volunteer their services with other veterans who need rides to doctor's appointments or to take care of other basic needs. The service is free to veterans.

Food Resources

Food Resources In Clackamas County

FIDO Pet Food Bank

Providing pet food to ensure that the bond between people and their pet companions is unbroken. Our programs include:

  • Pet Food Bank
  • Animeals
  • Veterans Program


Victim Assistance Program

Coordinated by the Clackamas County District Attorney’s office. 

  • Crime Victims Rights and Services
  • Protective Orders
  • Family Abuse Restraining Order
  • Elder/Disabled Abuse Restraining Orders
  • Stalking Protective Orders
  • Victim Restitution
  • Crime Victims' Compensation Program
  • Additional Victim's Resources


Other Resources

Clackamas County Resolution Services

  • Help solving disputes
  • Family
  • Neighbors and Community
  • Workplace
  • Small Claims
  • Fee and Consent Information
  • Parent Education Program

Oregon Long-term Care Ombudsman

An independent state agency that serves long-term care facility residents through complaint investigation, resolution, and advocacy for improvement in resident care. 

Disaster Preparedness

A county-wide approach to minimize the impact of natural and human-caused incidents. We identify hazards, develop emergency and mitigation plans, coordinate response activities and train incident personnel. We also work with cities and regional partners to promote emergency preparedness and improve incident response.

Senior Loneliness Line

Any aging adult who is experiencing loneliness, isolation, depression or anxiety can benefit from a confidential phone call with our Senior Loneliness specialists. Sometimes knowing there is someone who cares and wants to listen can be of great help.

Alzheimer’s Association

Free 24/7 helpline: (800) 242-3900

Access Technology, Inc.

  • Provides equipment and training to people with significant combined hearing and vision loss so they can stay connected to friends and family
  • Exploring Technology
  • Obtaining Technology
  • Assessments and Training

Oregon Telephone Assistance Programs

  • Oregon Lifeline
  • Telecommunication devises Access Program
  • Oregon Relay - Dail 711

Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit will provide a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Eligible households can also receive a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers if they contribute more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is limited to one monthly service discount and one device discount per household.

Hearing Loss Association of America Guide

A guide to financial assistance for Hearing Aids. 

Resources for Eye Glasses

EyeCare America Resource Guide