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DISCLAIMER:  This list is being provided as a courtesy to the public only. The Autism Society of Oregon makes no warranty or representation as to the qualifications, character, training or expertise of the listed individual or agencies. A listing here is not a substitute for your own inquiry.

LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY CITY

Emerging Leaders NW
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Works with young adults with disabilities with a focus on ages 13-30.Mentorships and internships are available.

University of Oregon Disability Services
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Each college in Oregon has a Disability Services office to help you develop the accommodations you need to succeed in college. You will need to advocate for yourself and provide proof of your disability.

Resources for Disabled Students in Need of College Financial Aid
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National resources to help students with disabilities attend college

Advocacy resources for college students with disability
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HEATH Resource Center
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National resource list for students with disabilities

Disability Rights Oregon Benefit Planning Service
503-243-2081
Free Service to Help You Plan Your Benefits while working/going to school.

State of Oregon: Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (OVRS)
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The state vocational rehabilitation agency will sometimes provide assistance with paying for fees, books and other school and work-related expenses. Your area location will be listed on this website.

BEND
Central Oregon Community College
Services for Students with Disabilities
Boyle Education Cneter
Bend, OR 97701
Website: www.cocc.edu/disability-services

Bend Learning Center
404 SW Columbia St Ste 140
Bend, OR 97702
541-383-3208
Website: www.bendlearningcenter.com
Offers college counseling, help with the application process and help finding the support services and how to access them

PORTLAND
INCIGHT

310 SW 4th Ave.
Suite 630
Portland, OR 97204
971-244-0305
email: questions@incight.org
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Mission is to help educate and employ people with disabilities. Possible scholarship opportunities.

Portland Community College
Disability Services

971-722-4344
website:  www.pcc.edu/disability

nonPareil Institute
website: http://www.npitx.org/city/portland.aspx
Provider of technical training for students on the autism spectrum