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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

This week started with a hearing for the Joint Committee on the I-5 Bridge, with Legislators from both Oregon and Washington in attendance.  We had the opportunity to hear from Interstate Bridge Replacement (IBR) Program Director Greg Johnson about what the program focused on and accomplished in 2021.  I have included some of the highlights in the section titled "I-5 Bridge Replacement Update" farther down in this newsletter.  I hope you will take some time to read about how the IBR program is focusing on Community Engagement, centering program decisions on Equity, and committed to an Environmental Framework. 

The 2022 Legislative Short Session begins next Tuesday, February 1st.  It takes a lot of work by Capitol staff and Legislators to conduct a Session, and when it's a short one that only lasts 5 weeks, there is added pressure to get everything done as quickly as possible.  I am looking forward to meeting with colleagues daily, learning about the policy goals of my peers and of state agencies, and of course passing legislation that will benefit all Oregonians.  I hope that you will take the opportunity to participate in the Session as much as possible - citizen engagement is a vital component of good governance.  As the Session is remote, there are opportunities to watch all Committee hearings and Floor Sessions online, and to advocate for the bills that you care about by testifying before committees via Microsoft Teams or by submitting written testimony for the public record.  I have included a 'how to' guide for participating in the Session, which you can read below in the section titled "Follow the Upcoming Short Session".  I would also love to hear your opinions on bills and get a better sense of the priorities that the residents of House District 29 have.  Please reach out to my office via email ( to share your thoughts.  I will do my best to keep you updated on the Session through this newsletter every week.

Rep. McLain and Senator Sollman

Senator Sollman's swearing-in ceremony last Friday in the Senate Chamber.  Senator Sollman now represents Senate District 15, which includes Forest Grove, Cornelius, and West Hillsboro. 




Join me, Senator Sollman, and other community partners for a Virtual Latine Town Hall, presented in Spanish, on Friday, February 4th, at 6:00pm

The Town Hall will be held virtually via Zoom. You can register at this link:


town hall with Senator Sollman and Rep. McLain February 4th


En español:

town hall with Senator Sollman and Rep. McLain February 4th




Visit the Oregon Legislature's Citizen Engagement Page HERE

Citizen Engagement page at the Oregon State Legislature


Watch House and Senate Floor Sessions and Committee Hearings HERE

Watch Committee Meetings and Floor Sessions Here



Track all 2021 Session bills and votes on OLIS HERE

Track Bills here



Video Instructions for tracking bills and votes through OLIS HERE

Instructions for OLIS



Instructions for how to testify on a bill:

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English instructions HERE

AQUI están las instrucciones  




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As Co-Chair of the Interstate 5 Bridge Committee, I have had the opportunity to see close up the progress that is being made on replacing the I-5 Bridge. I am proud of all the work that our committee has done and have been very impressed with the efforts of the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program (IBR), whose employees are tasked with overseeing the planning and implementation of a new bridge.  In 2021, the program had a strong focus on community engagement, on the creation of an Equity Framework to center equity in everything they do, and on developing a Climate Framework to support our commitment to climate initiatives that benefit our community.  Please take a moment to look back at what has been accomplished in 2021, starting with a quick video you can access by clicking the image below:

Year in review video



IBR made a commitment to Community Engagement in 2021: A key piece of the IBR program is to elevate the voices of our community. You have made it clear that your top priority is to replace the Interstate Bridge with a solution that is less congested, seismically resilient, safe, accessible and accommodates multiple forms of transportation. As we kick off the new year we are continuing to seek your feedback - now is the time to get involved to ensure you have input on how the transportation needs and priorities for the program will be addressed.

Community Engagement figures for 2021


IBR made a commitment to centering Equity in 2021:

  • Established the program’s Equity Advisory Group, a diverse group of community members who ensure the program remains centered on equity in its processes and outcomes.
  • Developed the program’s Equity Framework, led by the Equity Advisory Group, outlining the program’s approach and the resources it will use to advance equity.
  • Advanced innovative outreach strategies to better reach equity priority communities including affinity listening sessions and partnerships with local community-based organizations.
  • Refined equity-focused screening criteria to be used in evaluation of design options.
  • Hosted nearly 600 participants who come from equity priority communities in our elevating equity listening sessions.
  • Began offering ASL interpretations and closed captioning in public meetings and events.
  • Translated the program website into 8 languages, community engagement materials into 11 different languages, and hosted 4 listening sessions that were language specific. 


IBR made a commitment to the Environment in 2021: As a region, if we are to reduce our dependence on automobiles and reduce our climate impact, we must collectively develop and promote walkable communities, local access to jobs, affordable housing, and essential services. These needs go beyond the transportation sector and require all sectors to act.
The IBR program is proud to be one essential component of the region’s transportation system and in 2021, the program developed a Climate Framework to support our commitment to climate initiatives. These considerations will be addressed throughout design, construction, and operations.

Centering the Environment




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With the spread of the Omicron variant, it is important to keep up with health and safety issues in our schools so please take some time to read the letters regarding instruction from both the Forest Grove and Hillsboro School Districts below. 


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Updated COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines:

On Thursday, Jan. 13, the Hillsboro School District shared a health and safety update with their students, staff, and families, which included information about their alignment with the CDC’s new guidelines for shortened isolation and quarantine. As a reminder, isolation is for people who have COVID symptoms or who have tested positive for COVID, regardless of vaccination status; quarantine is for people who have been exposed to someone with COVID. The chart below shows highlights of these new guidelines, for your reference.

For more information, please see the full communication on their website. 

Note that close contacts due to an exposure in the household may be subject to different protocols; please follow all instructions provided to you by the Contact Tracing team (503-844-1784) for your/your student’s specific situation.


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Message from Superintendent Parker -- January 21, 2022:

Dear FGSD Families,

Thank you students, families and staff for your flexibility this week as we pivoted to remote learning in our secondary schools due to the number of staff that have been out ill. As staff have recovered from their illnesses, we are going to reopen FGHS and NAMS on Monday, January 24, 2022. For those families with students at the middle school and high school, please be on the lookout for information that was sent home from the principals this morning with more specific information for starting school on Monday. 

The district will continue implementing layered safety protocols (e.g. ventilation, air purification and sanitation) and encourage all students to maintain appropriate distance and wear appropriate masks. We will have KN95 and KN94 masks available for all staff and students. These masks have proven to be significantly more effective than other masks. Students who want one may pick one up in the front office of their school.

We are hopeful that we are entering a point in this latest variant wave where cases begin to recede. The district’s goal remains keeping our buildings safely open allowing students to remain in the classrooms with their teachers and classmates. Thank you for your patience and partnership. 

Graduation Rates

​​There is no easy way to put it, this past year has been tremendously difficult. The recently released graduation numbers show an overall decrease (see charts below) in the district’s four year graduation rates. While there were increases in several of the student categories, this is not the direction we want to be trending as a district. 

Over the past several years, Forest Grove High School has steadily increased graduation rates. One of the key components of this increase has been the ability to build relationships with students and families, and to encourage students to stay after school to recover credits and complete homework and tests. The shutdown, starting in 2020, didn’t allow FGHS staff as strong of an opportunity to continue these efforts in-person. 

Not only were students severely limited to CDL (comprehensive distance learning) instruction, but on-track meetings with staff and families were limited to zoom meetings rather than in person meetings to help students get back on track. Our staff continued to hold virtual meetings and offer academic and social and emotional support. In addition, we conducted home visits and reached out through phone and social media. Many of our students and families were experiencing difficulties in their lives to meet basic needs and/or were struggling with mental health issues. We continue to support our families and students in all of these areas, as well as academics so students can earn their diploma. 

FGHS staff have been working as a team to identify students who are at risk of not graduating. Staff continue to reach out providing interventions and assistance to recover credits and progress towards graduation. The high school has doubled the number of staff who are focusing specifically on credit recovery. With this type of personalized intervention, we look forward to seeing the number of FGHS graduates increase. 

Graduation Numbers

Bond Dialogue Sessions

The district has been working on our Long Range Facility Planning process for a while now. The district’s goal is to have a bond measure on the ballot for November 2022. The next step in this process is to conduct several community listening sessions. These sessions will help the district develop a comprehensive understanding of how members of the community experience the District’s school facilities. Please consider attending one of these sessions to share your experiences and opinions. Sessions are open to all community members and will be held digitally through Zoom. These meetings (see schedule below) have been set up in a manner to allow individuals to participate in an environment where they feel the most comfortable sharing their experiences. To register for a session please complete the registration form. We look forward to having you join us and share your experiences. In the coming months, there will be more opportunities for the community to provide feedback on the bond planning process and projects.

  • BIPOC Students & Families Mon, Jan 31st 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • ELL / Migrant Students & Families Tues, Feb 1st 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • LGBTQ+ Families Weds, Feb 2nd 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • Latinx Students & Families Mon, Feb 7th 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • Open Session for Students Tues, Feb 8th 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
  • Open Session for all Families Tues, Feb 8th 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
  • SPED Students & Families Thurs, Feb 10th 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.


Dave Parker



Free Eye Exam and Glasses

A full eye exam and glasses are covered for ALL children with CareOregon! No CareOregon or insurance? No problem! Pacific University, College of Optometry is currently offering FREE exams and glasses to children without coverage! So either way, your child can get the help they need! Schedule an appointment at one of our five clinic locations today! Get more information on their website. 

Forest Grove: 503-352-2020

Cornelius: 503-352-8543

Hillsboro: 503-352-7300

Beaverton: 503-352-1699

Portland: 503-352-2500


Free Dental Care for Kids (5-18 yrs old)

Pacific University, with the support of Washington County Dental Society, is hosting an event on Saturday February 19. The goal is to provide preventative, palliative and restorative dental care for children. 

  • Saturday, Feb. 19 (8 am to 3 pm)
  • Pacific University Dental Hygiene Clinic, 2nd floor Creighton Hall (222 SE 8th Ave, Hillsboro)
  • The Health Professions Campus is located directly on the MAX light rail line at the Tuality Hospital/SE 8th Ave. stop.
  • To make an appointment please contact call 503-352-7373
  • A parent or guardian must remain on site while their child receives dental services.
  • No insurance or proof of identification required for this event

En español.


school chairs

Update on the new semester from Hillsboro School District:

First semester ends on Thursday, Jan. 27. There will be no school for all students on Friday, Jan. 28, for teacher grade prep; and on Monday, Jan. 31, for licensed prep. Second semester begins and school resumes for all students on Tuesday, Feb. 1.



snowy wonderland

Forest Grove Inclement Weather Updates:

Inclement weather is bound to occur each school year. Knowing in advance how FGSD makes decisions surrounding inclement weather issues and communicates its decisions can be very beneficial.

Please make sure that your contact information is current with the district by contacting your student's school office. If you have students at multiple schools, you only need to have one school make the change as there is just one master parent record for each parent in our student information system. 

District decisions with regard to inclement weather are shared through the communication channels listed below. Please be sure to follow FGSD on social media, bookmark district/school websites and sign up for alerts to ensure you receive the latest information.

  • District and school websites - All weather related information and updates will be placed in the “Recent News” section on the front page of the district and individual school websites.
  • Facebook and Twitter - The District’s Facebook and Twitter pages are immediately updated when a weather delay/closure or other emergency message is sent out via FlashAlert. We will also use these sites to post additional information as needed.
  • FlashAlert - FlashAlert is the system most local school districts and public agencies use to inform the media about weather-related delays, emergency situations and breaking news. You can subscribe to Flash Alert by visiting, clicking on View Local News, then Portland/Vanc/Salem, then Washington Co. Schools, then Forest Grove School District. Follow the steps to set up your account.

Read more about how Inclement Weather decisions are made by visiting the update on the Forest Grove School District Website, linked here.


technical education includes wielding

Career-technical education endures in Washington County despite COVID-19:

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken valuable time away from students in classrooms across Oregon. But for students in vocational training and career-technical education programs — where hands-on work is critical to learning, and not just a good grade but a future in a promising career is on the line — it's been especially tricky.  However, many students are persevering.

Read more about career-technical education classes in this Forest Gove News Times article.





oregon emergency rental assistance

Important Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program Updates:

Oregon Housing and Community Services will begin accepting new applications again for the Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program starting on January 26th.

This will be a limited reopening for three to five weeks, depending on the availability of funds. Households with the most need will have priority in accessing resources, not a first-come, first-served basis. 

Applications received on January 26th will be processed after applications received before December 1st. Tenants who apply on or after January 26th may receive safe harbor protections that prevent landlords from evicting tenants until their application is processed. However, those tenants should expect a delay prior to processing and payment.

More information is linked here.




Updated COVID-19 Numbers in Oregon

There are 41 new COVID-19-related death in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 5,994, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

OHA reported 6,904 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today, bringing the state total to 597,172.

OHSU Hospitalization numbers

COVID-19 hospitalizations: The number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 across Oregon is 1,057, which is 12 more than yesterday. There are 152 COVID-19 patients in intensive care unit (ICU) beds, which is nine fewer than yesterday.

There are 60 available adult ICU beds out of 645 total (9% availability) and 228 available adult non-ICU beds out of 4,129 (6% availability).

Hospitalizations expected to peak end of January: The most recent COVID-19 forecast from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) projects 1,550 people in Oregon will be hospitalized with COVID-19 by the end of January. This exceeds the peak of the Delta surge (1,178 hospitalizations) but is a decline of about 100 people in the OHSU forecast from the previous week.  

Note: Please do not visit an emergency department for COVID-19 testing, unless you require emergency care for your symptoms: Emergency departments in Oregon are under significant strain. You can find a test here. If you have a medical condition that doesn’t require emergency care, contact your provider. An urgent care center may also help you get the care you need and will save emergency departments from added strain.

More information about hospital capacity can be found here.

Hospital usage
a woman with a mask on

Free N95 masks are arriving at pharmacies and grocery stores:

"Every person is allowed up to 3 free masks pending availability," the Department of Health and Human Services states.

N95 masks are coming from the Strategic National Stockpile, which has more than 750 million of them on hand. The program, which is also distributing the free masks to community health centers around the country, is ramping up in coming days and should be up and fully operational by early February.

Kroger stores with pharmacies will also doling out the masks throughout the chain's Midwest and Southwest locations. Spokeswoman Kristal Howard said the first allotment of masks is expected to arrive on Thursday, January 27th.

Walgreens is also participating in the distribution program, and expects masks to be available by January 28th.

CVS Pharmacy locations will be offering free N95 masks in the coming weeks.

Read more about the upcoming N95 mask distribution in the NPR article, linked here.


Tips for choosing a high-filtration mask with a good fit and avoiding counterfeit products

Effective masking is essential to slowing the spread of COVID-19, and the highly contagious Omicron variant prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to update its masking guidance, recommending N95 and KN95 masks over cloth or disposable medical masks. Read on to learn about mask options, the differences between high-filtration masks and tips on how to recognize counterfeit products. 

Image shows protective masks: KN95, N95 and a medical mask.




Oregon Vaccination Rates

New data show far fewer hospitalizations for vaccinated and boosted people

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released new data underscoring the fact that COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are the most effective way to protect yourself from severe illness if infected with the virus. For example, unvaccinated people ages 50-64 were 44 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 if infected, compared to those who'd received an initial vaccine series plus a booster dose. Click here for more information.


Graph shows that unvaccinated people are eight times more likely than vaccinated people to test positive for COVID-19



Portland Expo Center offers drive-thru clinic for free COVID-19 vaccines, boosters and tests

You might be asking, “Do I really need a COVID-19 booster dose?” To give yourself the best chance to avoid serious illness and hospitalization if you become infected with COVID-19, the answer is yes.  

Recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that in December: 

  • Unvaccinated people in the U.S. ages 50 - 64 were 44 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than those who were vaccinated and boosted.  
  • Unvaccinated people in the U.S. age 65 and older were 49 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than those who were vaccinated and boosted. 

And now you can get a free COVID-19 vaccine, booster or test from your car at the Portland Expo Center. This new high-volume drive-thru site opened in Portland on Jan. 24 and is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7. p.m. No appointment, proof of insurance or immigration status is required. If you’ve already received a COVID-19 vaccination and have your vaccination card, feel free to bring it along. Read on for a list of other high-volume vaccination and testing sites throughout Oregon. 

Infographic provides details about new high-volume vaccination and testing site at PDX Expo.


Vaccine cartoon


Washington Co. Vaccine Information: 


New high-volume vaccination clinic in Washington County:  High-volume vaccination sites throughout the state offer a free, convenient way to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. All three COVID-19 vaccines, boosters and pediatric doses are offered at these sites, and no insurance or appointments are required.  A new high-volume site is open in Washington County: 

  • Langer’s, 21650 SW Langer Farms Pkwy, Sherwood 
  • Outdoor drive-through clinic 
  • Hours: Mondays through Saturdays, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m

Washington County's Mobile Vaccination Van: The van is traveling the county to make it easier for people to get the vaccine close to where they live or shop. Find the schedule here.

Tektronix (starting Thursday, November 11): This clinic will offer all three vaccines, including boost and pediatric doses. Located at 14200 SW Karl Braun Drive (inside Building 58) in Beaverton. Hours are Monday through Friday from 12-6 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. Walk-in only, no appointments. 

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Centers: All vaccination events are open to the community, do not require an appointment, and do not require you to be a Virginia Garcia patient. You do not have to have insurance in order to receive a vaccine. If you have insurance, please bring your card with you. Remember, vaccines are free!

Beaverton Resource Center: This clinic on Fridays takes place inside the Beaverton Resource Center, 13565 SW Walker Road. Visit Project Access Now's website to make an appointment. All three vaccines are available, including boosters and third doses. This site is currently not offering the pediatric Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11. NO CLINIC on December 24, December 31 or January 14.

Paisanos Plaza: This clinic operates every Sunday from 1-5 p.m. It is organized by Oregon Health Authority and Vive NW and offers all vaccines and boosters. It is located at 966 SE Oak Street in Hillsboro. No appointments, ID or health insurance required. Questions? Call the Vive NW hotline at 844-291-4970.

Centro Cultural Clinic: On Saturdays at 1110 N. Adair Street in Cornelius

Centro Clinic


Local pharmacies: As of April 27, 2021, pharmacies are required to offer second/boost doses to people who received their first dose somewhere else.

How much does the vaccine cost?  Vaccines are provided free of charge to the recipient. If you have health insurance, you may be asked to provide that information so the vaccinator can bill your insurance an administration fee.

Mix and Match Approved: The CDC approved a “mix-and-match” strategy that allows anyone qualifying for a booster to receive any of the FDA-authorized vaccines. People may receive either the same or a different COVID-19 vaccine, depending on advice from a health care provider, individual preference, availability or convenience.




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Washington County becomes Oregon’s first county to join the federal 'House America' initiative:

I am proud to see that the Washington County Board of Commissioners joined the 'House America', making it the first jurisdiction in the state to join the federal effort.

The House America initiative was developed in response to the nation’s growing homeless crisis, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“House America is an important initiative given the rise in homelessness we have witnessed in our community,” stated Washington County Board Chair Kathryn Harrington, in a recent release. “There is no one size fits all solution as we work to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness, but I am hopeful seeing the many programs we at Washington County have implemented and will continue to implement to address this crisis.”

With funding and resources provided by the American Rescue Plan and the new HUD Emergency Housing Vouchers (EHV) program, the Washington County Department of Housing Services has been able to grow the number of vouchers for those experiencing homelessness by more than 70%.

You can read more about the initiative in the KOIN 6 article, linked here.


Five Oaks Museum

Washington County crafts Native land acknowledgement:

The Washington County Board of Commissioners recently adopted a land acknowledgement statement to recognizing Indigenous peoples as the "original stewards of the land now known as Washington County."

The acknowledgement reads in part: "Signers of the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855 were removed from their homelands to the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation. Today their descendants are tribal members of Grand Ronde and Siletz tribes, carrying on the traditions and cultures of their ancestors."

It is a formal statement, which will eventually be read at the beginning of county meetings and other events, according to Julie McCloud, county public affairs and communications coordinator.

She said the statement is a first step, and future work regarding it will be led by the county's Office of Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement. She said staff will work on coming up with a protocol, as well as training for staff regarding the appropriate use of the statement.

You can read more about the acknowledgement in the Hillsboro News Times article, linked here.


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Hillsboro Main Street Fire Resources:

In light of the devastating fire along Main Street on January 2nd, I have provided a few resources to help support the recovery effort. I want to thank Hillsboro Fire & Rescue for keeping our community safe and quickly responding to the fire. I would also like to commend the Hillsboro community for coming together to aid those displaced in the fire.  

5 Ways You Can Help

  • The Hillsboro Community Foundation has set up the Hillsboro Community Relief Fund to provide resources directly to those in desperate need. Donations can be made online and are tax deductible.

  • Marcus Harvey, the owner of Portland Gear, has designed “Heart for Hillsboro” shirts and sweatshirts. Proceeds from the sale of these products will go toward the Hillsboro Community Foundation Relief Fund above.

  • Insomnia Coffee is accepting donations of gift cards for essential items, such as gas and groceries, that will go directly to those displaced by the fires. Please drop off gift cards at the Downtown Hillsboro Insomnia location at 137 East Main Street.

  • The Hillsboro Downtown Partnership is compiling a list of immediate needs for those affected and displaced by the fires. The list will be posted on the HDP Facebook page in the coming days.

  • Other fundraisers are being planned throughout the community and will be announced through the Hillsboro Downtown Partnership. Be cautious of non-sanctioned fundraisers.

For updates and video, visit the Hillsboro Fire & Rescue Department Twitter feed

*Thank you to Kimberly Culbertson for working with our office to provide the best resources possible.





OEM has put together this list of contacts to help speed up the process of replacing these documents:

The Governor’s office has put together a Wildfire Resources page that you can access from the Governor’s home page.  It has links to many of the most important updates about the status of fires and resources for evacuees.  This website will be updated regularly.  

Legal ResourcesOregon State Bar’s Lawyer Referral Program, Oregon lawyers, through the Oregon State Bar, are partnering with FEMA and the American Red Cross to provide legal assistance on FEMA claims, contract claims, insurance claims, landlord-tenant matters and more.

The Department of Forestry’s Wildfire Response and Recovery Overview has ongoing updates about firefighting efforts, damage reports, and more.  

FEMA UpdatesFEMA has provided several different Fact Sheets and resources for accessing benefits, determining eligibility and avoiding scams.





Washington County Veterans Resources 

American Legion Post 104: (503) 642-4907

American Legion Post 006: (503) 648-7191

Washington County Disability, Aging, and Veteran Services: (503) 846- 3060

Hillsboro VA Clinic: (503) 906-5000

Paws Assisting

Veterans of Foreign Wars: (503) 895- 1342

Hillsboro Elks Lodge: (503) 648- 1862

Rock Creek Veteran Resources | Veteran Resources at PCC : (971) 722-7743 or 7744

Veterans Support | Pacific University


Mental Health Services: 

  • Washington County Crisis Line | 503-291-9111
  • Crisis Text Line | Text “Connect” to 741741
  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline | 1-800-273-8255
  • Trevor Lifeline | 1-866-488-7386





Employers and Employees

The following list of resources is from Oregon’s Secretary of State’s Office. The fastest way to get in touch with the SOS team is by emailing, using the “Need Help?” button found on most state agency websites or visiting

Education Links

Local Government

Utilities Assistance

Food and Housing Assistance



Oregon Health Authority



One of my favorite pictures of the Columbia River Gorge!

Columbia River Gorge


Yours truly,

Representative Susan McLain

Representative Susan McLain
House District 29

email: I phone: 503-986-1429
address: 900 Court St NE, H-376, Salem, OR 97301