WorkSource Portland Metro COVID-19 Updates
Other Resources

The sites below are additional resources to assist your job search or find support while you’re looking for work. Clicking on them will take you to information not maintained by WorkSource Portland Metro.
Social Service Programs

Oregon Helps
Information about social service programs for Oregon families and children.

Oregon Safenet
Links low-income Oregonians to healthcare and social services.

211 Info
A health and human services directory for Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Finances & Budgeting

Annual Credit
Get free annual credit reports.

Hands On Banking Courses
Basic money management tutorials.

My Money Management
Connections to lots of money management resources.

Oregon Individual Development Account Initiative
Individual Development Accounts (IDA) offer low-income Oregonians a way to increase financial security.

Wiser Women
Information about saving, investing, retirement planning and managing finances.

Job Seeker Resources

Ticket to Work Program
A program available to people ages 18 through 64 who are blind or have a disability and who receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

TriMet Hop Pass
Ask about getting a FREE ($3.00 value) Hop Pass at WorkSource! TriMet is transitioning to a paperless system that allows riders to load a card (the Hop Pass) with a variety of fare options. You can find more information about the Hop Pass and register your card here:
My WorkSource
My WorkSource is a personalized website that allows you to manage your WorkSource activities. You can:
  • Sign-up for workshops
  • Use job search tools
  • Access the Prosperity Planner budgeting tool
  • Connect to iMatchSkills
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