This webpage will be updated as more information is available.
Read the latest coronavirus news and announcements from the City of Hillsboro below. For information on cancellations, closures, and additional resources, visit our COVID-19 webpage.
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Community Resources that Neighbors Should Know About
From domestic violence support to crisis counseling, see resources and key contacts, as recommended by members of the Hillsboro City Council.
Domestic Violence Support
If you are in immediate danger, call 911. The Hillsboro Police Department’s Domestic Violence Response Team provides help and support. Call 503-681-6175 or visit our Domestic Violence Response Team webpage.
The Domestic Violence Resource Center is online at DVRC-OR.org. The 24-hour crisis line is 503-469-8620. Proyecto UNICA helps with Latinx domestic violence and sexual assault: 503-232-4448 or ProjectUnica.org.
- Mayor Steve Callaway
The Family Justice Center of Washington County
Call 503-469-8620 for confidential help with restraining orders, safety planning, housing, and more.
The Family Justice Center is in Beaverton at 735 SW 158th Avenue, or at FJCWC.org.
- Council President Fred Nachtigal
Hate Crimes and Discrimination Reporting
Report a hate crime to the Hillsboro Police Department by calling 911 if there is immediate danger, or call the non-emergency phone line at 503-629-0111.
Get culturally specific resources, counseling, and information about hate crimes at PortlandUnitedAgainstHate.org.
- Councilor Olivia Alcaire
Hillsboro School District Meal Service
All children, ages 1 to 18, receive a free meal each weekday between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm. Visit the Hillsboro School District coronavirus webpage.
- Councilor Kyle Allen
Emergency Food Assistance
Call the Oregon Food Bank at 503-505-7061 or visit OregonFoodBank.org.
Low-income individuals and families can apply for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits on the Oregon Department of Human Services Food Assistance website.
- Councilor Anthony Martin
The Washington County Crisis Line provides 24/7 crisis support and intervention at 503-291-9111.
For substance abuse and mental health support, call the Disaster Distress helpline at 800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs (Hablanos for Spanish) to 66746.
LGBTQ+ and questioning youth can call the Trevor Project for 24-hour confidential crisis support at 1-866-488-7386.
Transgender and questioning community members can call the Trans Lifeline for peer crisis support at 1-877-565-8860.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers 24/7 suicide crisis counseling at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or at SuicidePreventionLifeline.org/Chat.
Teens can call the Oregon Youth Line at 877-968-8491, or text teen2teen to 839863, or visit OregonYouthLine.org.
Report child abuse in Hillsboro by calling 911 or the Hillsboro Police Department's non-emergency line at 503-629-0111.
The State of Oregon’s child abuse reporting hotline is 1-855-503-SAFE (7233).
- Councilors Beach Pace and Rick Van Beveren