Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) is Oregon’s designated Protection & Advocacy (P&A) System. DRO works to uphold the legal rights of people with disabilities. DRO promotes Opportunity, Access and Choice for individuals with disabilities. We assist with legal problems directly related to disabilities.
Statewide service of legal aid programs throughout Oregon helping low-income persons having problems with applying for or receiving public benefits such as Welfare, Food Stamps, or Social Security. Monday and Thursday 1pm-4pm; Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-12pm.
The Hillsboro Regional Office of OLC serves low-income clients and seniors in Washington, Columbia, Clatsop, Tillamook, and Yamhill Counties. Potential clients and community partners can call us about any civil legal problem (we don’t handle traffic or criminal matters). Most of our cases fall into one of three areas: family law, with a focus on domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and child support; housing, with a focus on discrimination, subsidized housing, and advice to tenants; and public benefits issues. We have contracts to provide services to seniors in a wider range of problems in all our counties. If we are unable to assist you with your legal problem, we can almost always refer you to other resources and point you to self-help materials. We have staff members who are bilingual in English and Spanish, and we use interpreters to help us serve people who speak other languages.