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Community Resources

This resource page is meant to give students and families visible access to what's available in the community. If you have any questions or need any further assistance please reach out to Barlow’s School Social Worker, Katie Ray, at

Suicide Prevention Program at Barlow High School:

Emergency Services

  • 211 Info - Get Help Finding Help or dial 211

  • Crisis/Emergency

  • Housing/Shelter/Utility Assistance

  • Food Assistance

  • Local Free Food Markets

  • Online Food Stamp Application - SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

  • Services for Students with Unstable Housing

  • Free/Reduced Lunch Application 

  • Barlow Monthly Food Boxes - Through the Oregon Children’s Outreach program Barlow High School has been able to provide food to students and families who can use extra fresh food and veggies in their pantries and fridges each month. This donation occurs on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.  It will be delivered to your home after school between 1:30-5pm. If interested please contact Barlow High School’s School Social Worker for further information on eligibility for this program. 

Healthy Teens:

Healthy Families:

SNAP and Free or Reduced Lunch Recipient Benefits: 

This is the best-known information available at the time of printing. No reference checks or criminal background checks on listed individuals or agencies have been carried out by the Gresham-Barlow School District. Parents and students are advised to make their own investigation of the listed individuals and agencies to determine the appropriateness of that person or agency in assisting the family. There is no representation as the quality or expertise of the listed individuals or agencies.