Care Support & Resources

Hope City's amazing community would love to come alongside you in prayer and support. We have a dedicated team of volunteers who care about you and confidentially pray over your requests and offers support in a variety of ways, including hospital and hospice visits, wedding support, funeral and memorial support, physical home needs support, rides to church, and more.

Meeting Physical Needs
The Wichita Center (6031 SE King Road, Milwaukie 97222 – Ph: 503-353-6091)

Provides food for families who have children in the North Clackamas School District. They are presently open on Tuesdays and Thursdays only from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. During these times you can (1) drop off food to be distributed (see website for list of food items) or (2) you and drive up to receive food for your family. Drive up only and they will bring the food to your vehicle. The building is closed during COVID protocol.

Clackamas Service Center (8800 SE 80th Ave. Portland 97206)

The Clackamas Service Center is an inclusive “one-stop” community center for individuals and families seeking food relief and resources for improved health, dignity, and stability. The following are part of what is offered: groceries, meals (6 days a week), showers, clothing, and housewares.

Under Pressure Mental Health Labs

Coping mechanisms, both good and bad, are used to help manage difficult or painful situations. Sometimes overcoming bad coping mechanisms can require changes that we can manage ourselves with the help of our friends and family, but sometimes it requires additional outside support. Watch one of these informative sessions to explore potential sources of these coping mechanisms and the resources that are available to help you overcome them:

Why Can’t I Stop?: Understanding the pressure of addiction

  • Led by WCC Care Pastor Paul Elmore, MA, MS

What is Wrong with Me?: Understanding the pressure of childhood trauma

  • Led by Carolyn Lu, LPC

What We Think About “Secrets” is Dead Wrong: Understanding the pressure of shame

  • Led by Teresa Jansen, LPC
Find Community

We believe that a key ingredient to growth is support from a community of other growing people. Whether you're looking for a safe place for you or your family, community groups will help you find a network of care and support, and allow you a place to provide the same for others in your community. If you're not sure where to start, give us a call at (503)342-3542 and we'd be glad to help.

Can We Help?

If you have questions beyond the scope of what you see here, or need guidance to find specific care or resources, please give us a call at (503) 342-3542 or email our Care Pastor, Russ Isom.