Oregon State Resources

Bridges Oregon

Oregon state non-profit advocacy charity organization provides programs specifically for the deaf, deafblind, and deaf plus including advocacy, housing, ADA accessibility assessment, ASL interpreting,  and a national sign language assessment (NSLA) service. To learn more about them and the programs they offer visit Bridges Oregon

Disability Rights Oregon

Oregon state non-profit legal advocacy charity organization which focuses on civil rights for people with disabilities. A project they did in response to our feedback was to create a series of ASL interpreted videos covering key aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), spanning 16 videos. How awesome is that! To learn more about them visit DRO.

Oregon School for the Deaf

K-12 School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and deaf with additional disabilities. Here's a short article about the history of OSD, and the official OSD Website.

Bridge City Montessori School

Bilingual ASL & Spoken English program for pre-school and kindergarten children located in Portland. 

Camp Taloali

Summer camp in Stayton Oregon for deaf and hard of hearing children, children of deaf adults (CODAs), and siblings of deaf children welcome too.  They have a disc golf course, and they put on some excellent events such as World Deaf Timberfest (WDT), and Haunted Forrest. Visit Camp Taloali to learn more about them.

Deaf Owned Businesses


Focuses on making Arts, Cultural & Media Events Accessible & Inclusive To The Deaf & Hard of Hearing Through Technology, Education & Outreach.


Restaurant in Portland Oregon.

Clackamas River Growlers

Bar in Estacada Oregon.

Pilea Play

A community space for young children and their families to play, create, investigate, and build community.

National Resources

National Association of the Deaf

National non-profit charity organization which focuses on civil rights. OAD is a state chapter of NAD. To learn more about them visit NAD's about-us page.