Founded in 1986, Community Providers Association of Oregon (CPAO) represents and assists residential, employment, and day service providers who serve people with developmental or mental and emotional disabilities in Oregon. Networking, education, and advocacy enable CPAO members to strengthen their programs to better serve individuals they support in our community.
What We Stand For.
Enriching the lives of people with disabilities.
The people we serve have the resources to reach their dreams.
Celebrating Diversity – Seeking the vision, experience and possibilities of all people in order to make us whole.
Partnerships – Promoting interdependent relationships that are honest, respectful, and open to equally influence lives.
Absolute Integrity – Providing trust, safety, and accountability. Doing the right thing.
Open Leadership – Sharing information, supporting each other and shaping the future.
BLM - Our Pledge.
Community Providers Association of Oregon wants to be clear: we stand with the Black community. Today and forever: Black Lives Matter. Ethnic and racial disparities negatively impact Oregon’s Black community. Given the senseless loss of Black lives at the hands of law enforcement and the global unrest in response to the killing of George Floyd, silence is complicity.
Therefore, Community Providers Association of Oregon pledges to the Black community:
- We will speak up against acts and words of racism and hold individuals and institutions accountable for their actions.
- We will do the work within ourselves so that we can put a stop to the institutional racism that is all-pervasive.
- We will listen more and talk less.
- We will advocate for you, collaborate with you, and help you tell your stories with the dignity and respect deserved.
- We will not allow fear and systemic racism to guide the services we provide.
Working together to improve the rights, services and supports for Oregonians with disabilities.
An experienced lobbyist to represent the interests of our providers and the individuals we support.
Training opportunities for financial, programmatic, and leadership procedures from leading experts.
Connecting with service providers about concerns, new rules, best business practices, and more.
Learn about the benefits of becoming a CPAO member!
- Buena Vista Group Home
- Chamberlin House, Inc.
- Collaborative Employment Innovations (CEI)
- Community Access Services (CAS)
- Community Support Services, Inc. (CSS)
- Cornerstone Associates
- Cornerstone Valley
- Crossroads Residential Home
- Danville Services of Oregon, LLC
- Jack Dempsey, Dempsey Public Affairs LLC
- Edwards Center, Inc.
- Exceed Enterprises
- Full Life
- Nancy Glass, LCSW
- Goodwill Industries of the Columbia-Willamette
- Home Life, Inc.
- Immersive Consulting, LLC
- Integrated Supports for the Living, Inc.
- Job Consultant Network
- Kadmak Residential Services
- Kefi Care Programs
- Jessica Leitner Consulting
- Liberty Living, LLC
- S. A. Meakins LLC
- MV Advancements
- Northwest Mental Health Management Services
- Ohana Loving Care
- Ordinary People AFH
- Oregon Mennonite Residential Services
- Parents for Alternate Support Solutions (PASS)
- Lori Polneau, RN
- Renew Consulting, Inc.
- Rockwest Training
- Samaritian Care Partners of Oregon, LLC
- Schmidt Community Care
- SERP, Inc
- Shalom 24 Hours Group Home
- SilverNail NW
- Specialty Family Homes
- STAR Corporation Specialized Training and Residences
- Sunny Oaks
- Sunshine Industries Unlimited, Inc.
- The Arc Oregon
- Work Unlimited
Our Board of Directors.
Oregon Mennonite Residential Services
Member at Large
Kefi Care Programs
Chief Programs Officer
Member at Large
Chief Executive Officer