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Resources and Links

FLMS Middle School Calendar

School Supply List

Bus Information

DDSD Student Rights and Responsibilities

22-23 Behavior Procedure and Matrix

COVID-19 Minor Testing Consent Form

Consent form for students 15 and older

Consent form for parents and guardians of students under 15

Food Resources – Free breakfast, lunch and dinner distributed every weekday to every child 18 and under; and free food pantries for families at 8 locations.

Health Care and Mental Health Resources – Information about our Student Health Center, available COVID-19 testing, dealing with stress and anxiety, and more.

Child Care – Resources to assist you in finding available child care in our area.

Learning Resources – See a collection of supplemental learning resources to give your student additional opportunities.

And More, including housing, financial and preventing the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, Multnomah County provides its own resource page for supporting your student learner during Comprehensive Distance Learning.

Crisis Lines

Oregon Youth Line: 877-968-8461 or Text teen2teen 839863

Oregon Youth Line Website

Multnomah County Crisis Line: 503-988- 4888; 800-716- 9769

Clackamas County Crisis Line: 503-655- 8585

Sexual Assault Resource Line: 503-640- 5311

Running Away?

Harry’s Mother 24-Hour Youth and Family Hotline: 503-233- 8111 & 800-914- 9706


New Avenues for Youth: 503-224- 4339

Outside In: 503-535- 3800

Access Program – over 18: 503-432- 3986

Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Trans Youth:

Sexual Minority Youth Recreation Center (SMYRC): 503-872- 9664

Bridging Voices – Portland’s QSA Youth Chorus

Queer Rock Camp

Q Center

Need Help with Drugs and Alcohol?

Youthline: 1-800- 621-1646

Alanon/Alateen: 1-888- 425-2666

Alcoholics Anonymous: 503-223- 8569

Narcotics Anonymous: 503-727- 3733

Legal Trouble?

St. Andrew’s Legal Clinic: 503-281-1500

Legal Aid: 503-224-4086

Catholic Charities Legal: 503-542-2855

(Immigration Law)

Lutheran Community Services:

503-231-7480 (Immigration Law)

Important Consequences:

Minor in possession of alcohol or drugs:

-Possible fine

-Record on file with court system

-Suspension of driving privileges if under 16

-Community service

Community Organizations:

El Programa Hispano: 503-669- 8350

Self enhancement Inc: 503-249- 1721

IRCO Asian Family Center: 503-235- 9396

Native American Youth and Family Center 503-288-8177

Need Food, Clothing, Rent or Utilities Assistance, Other Resources?

Community Resource Line: 211

Portland Impact NW: 503-988- 6000

Metro Info and Referral: 503-222- 5555

SnoCap: 503-674- 8785

Self-Sufficiency Office (DHS): SE Powell & 39th: 971-673- 2550

Oregon Health Plan: 800-359- 9517

Trillium Family Services Resource Guide

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