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Catholic Charities of Oregon

2740 SE Powell Boulevard
Portland, OR 97202, US (map)

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  • Friday
    Oct 27 2017
    Immigration Legal Services Lunch & Stories - advance RSVP

    Join us for lunch to hear stories of lives that have been changed by having access to justice through legal representation! Lunch will be provided.

    To register, click the link in the Tickets section! Registration is free, donations are accepted.

    There will be optional mass beforehand starting at 11 AM.

    Presider: Fr. Chuck Wood | St. Wenceslaus
    Featured Catholic Charities program: Immigration Legal Services

    Mass: 11:00 am | Lunch & Stories: 12:15 pm-1:00 pm

  • Tuesday
    Sep 5 2017
    DACA Information Session and FAQs

    SOAR Immigration Legal Services and Catholic Charities of Oregon will be holding an Informational Meeting on DACA Updates and FAQs TONIGHT. Here is the information:

    • When: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 6pm
    • Where: Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services (2740 SE Powell Blvd. Portland, OR 97202)
    • Who is presenting: Kim Le (for SOAR) and John Herrera (CCILS)

    Please circulate this information widely. Feel free to send anyone calling to get information.

  • Monday
    Jul 10 2017
    Workshop: Racial Microaggression in Clinical Practice
    Catholic Charities of Oregon

    Each one-day workshop will be held from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm at Catholic Charities Clark Family Center. MONDAY'S WORKSHOP IS REPEATED ON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY.

    Racial Microaggressions are defined as “brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative slights and insults toward people of color”. Racial Microaggressions are the result of unconscious or implicit bias that seeps into interactions with marginalized people. These microaggressions have deep and detrimental impacts on the mental and physical health of people of color and they have enormous impact on the way in which people of color interact with mental health treatment and services.

    This training will support clinicians in recognizing and stopping implicit bias that affects the way in which they engage in clinical practice with clients of color. It will help clinicians to improve their clinical relationship with clients through the reduction of implicit bias interactions for overall improved interventions and outcomes based in equity and social justice.


    • Enhanced clinical rapport with clients.
    • Long term engagement with clients of color.
    • Overall improvement of services to clients from communities of color.
    • Certificate offered - C.E.U. (Continuing Educational Units) through the National Association of Social Workers.
    • Beneficial for developmental and personal growth goals


    Angie Mejia is a doctoral candidate in the department of sociology at Syracuse University. Her current research encompasses immigration, mental health, ethnicity, bio/psychopolitics, and citizenship by looking specifically at U.S. Latinas’ experiences with depression and depression treatment.

    Kat Kelley, MSW, is the Director of Programs and Integration with Catholic Charities of Oregon. Her areas of practice and expertise include trauma, mental health, domestic and sexual violence, immigration, race equity and community organizing. Ms. Kelley has almost 20 years of experience in anti-racist social movements and building white ally identities. She is a clinician and macro practice social worker who focuses on anti-oppressive practice and social justice.

    For group pricing and packages, contact: Kat Kelly, MSW

    • Director of Programs and Integration
    • (971) 409-7265

    El Programa Hispano Católico - Servicios sociales integrales para la comunidad Latina en Oregon. / Comprehensive social services for Oregon's Latin American community.

    Catholic Charities of Oregon - Inspired by the transformative power of God’s love, Catholic Charities partners with the most vulnerable, regardless of faith, to achieve lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.