Resource Fair; Your Passport to Learning about Services


WHERE: Pendleton High School, Room 107

WHEN: April 11th, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

If you are unsure of what resources may be available in Pendleton, this is a good place to start.

Many different service agencies and partners, who provide support for people that are low income, have disabilities, or provide other free resources to the public will be at PHS for you to meet.

The event is free, so come out and see what’s available in our area.

We look forward to seeing you there!


Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation
Oregon State Vocation Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation
Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation

Lon Thornburg, TNF

Theresa Knowles, ODDS

OHP Representative

OHP - Representative

Supported Mental Health

Social Security Benefits Planning

Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living

Developmental Disabilities Programs

Employment Path
Job Development; Job Coaching Services

Trendsitions/Horizon Project
Employment Path
Job Development; Job Coaching Services

Vocational Rehabilitation/Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation provides specific things to help people be able to successfully work.  This includes career counseling, employer required items for work, job coaching has someone to help them learn their job, and job development (having someone help find them a job). 

Umatilla County Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP)

CDDP offers services and supports to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. “We are committed to Health and Safety, Choice and Community Inclusion."


Provide information or answers questions regarding SNAP, TANF, and ERDC.  Information about how to become a foster parent for any parents, teachers, etc. 

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