During her first 3 months in the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), Beth immediately leaned into the training and support offered by our staff. It was very clear that she was feeling alone, disenfranchised, and in need of employment assistance. With the help of our amazing staff, Beth was able to turn her life around.
Jonathan is 13 years old, and he has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Having positive and exciting camp experiences is so helpful for Jonathan. It helps him feel less “different” and more like everyone else. He is building memories that will last his whole life. – Tina, Jonathan’s mom.
HVRP provides services that assist veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our program helps them reintegrate into their communities and find meaningful employment. We provide veterans with the tools they need to gain new skill sets such as financial literacy, computer training, job search training, and interview guidance. Veterans learn skills to retain employment and become financially independent. This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Program Services include:
Employability and skills assessment
Job readiness services, including life skills & money management, vocational counseling & guidance, job club, workshop job search assistance and addressing barriers to successful employment
90, 180, and 270-day job retention follow up.
All human service providers or organizations who are in contact with Veterans and/or individuals or families facing homelessness.
Walk-in inquiries are normally welcome; but due to COVID-19, we ask that you contact us in advance.
Homeless or at risk of homelessness
Veteran of the United States Armed Forces
Ready to work with us to make a change in their life!
Homeless: This grant follows the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and definition of homeless individual.
Veteran: A person who has served active duty Military, Naval, or Air Service and whose discharge or release is other than dishonorable.
Employment-ready: we are looking to assist individuals in gaining meaningful employment. Eligible individuals will be serious about working and ready to partner with us in removing barriers.
Easterseals will help with:
Individualized support based on specific needs
Employment support services such as job-related equipment or reasonable expenses (clothing, transportation, toiletries or food, etc.)
Training and remedial education, job preparation services, trade certification and licensing assistance
Assistance finding shelter, transitional, and permanent housing
Referral for other services or treatments
Pool of individuals ready to work
Pre-screened, qualified applicants
Resources for long term success
Reasonable continuous training on the job and education support
Strategic marketing advantage in hiring Veterans!
*Please call if you are unsure about eligibility.
Portland | 30 N Webster Street, Portland, OR 97217 | 503.280.6037
Beaverton WorkSource | 241 SE Edgeway Drive, Beaverton, OR 97006 | 503.526.2741
Oregon City WorkSource | 506 High Street, Oregon City, OR 97045 | 971.673.6460
Salem | 3878 Beverly Ave NE, Suite 5 | 971.283.4973
Eugene | 2890 Chad Dr, Eugene, OR 97408 | 541.600.3780
Albany | 208 Broadalbin, Albany, OR 97322 | 541.248.3732
Medford | 1040 Crater Lake Ave, Medford, OR 97504 | 541.414.3680