Seniors thrive when they are able to remain in their own homes, surrounded by a community of friends and family


individuals are supported by Impact NW’s Seniors Services programs each year.


rides are provided to clients who need help getting to medical appointments or performing errands.

Impact NW’s programs take a holistic view of healthy aging, addressing each client’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.  We are committed to helping our region’s most vulnerable seniors access resources that enable them to remain in their homes successfully, while still being able to participate in the community in which they live. We provide advocacy and case management to seniors aged 60 and older.

Impact NW’s Seniors program gives clients the tools and support they need to be healthy, happy, and active, and to live at home safely.

Our Locations & Hours:

Can we help you?

If you or someone you know is interested in Impact NW’s Seniors programs, call us at (503) 721-6760. Your conversation will be completely confidential, and if Impact NW isn’t the best fit for you, we’ll help connect you to the services you need.

Multicultural Service Center

Address: 4610 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR
Phone: (503) 721-6760
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Services: Advocacy & Case Management Services, Transportation, Activities & Health Promotion

Congregate Housing Services Program (CHSP)

Phone: (503) 867-1531
Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Services: On-site support for residents living in Dahlke Manor, Grace Peck Terrace, Rosenbaum Plaza, and Unthank Plaza affordable housing complexes.

Senior Guardianship Assistance Program (Senior GAP)

Phone: (503) 294-7445
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Services: Guardianship and conservatorship services for otherwise self-sufficient seniors.

Our Seniors Programs:

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Seniors at our Multicultural Service Center participate in weekly Tai Chi classes.

Senior Guardian Assistance (Senior GAP) offers money management services for seniors who are otherwise self-sufficient but struggle to manage their own financial affairs.

Advocacy & Case Management Services provide consultation, assessment, and advocacy to help individuals aged 60 and over and families identify and address service needs and to do long-term care planning.

Congregate Housing Services helps seniors and adults with disabilities living in public housing through in-home care coordination, transportation to shopping and medical appointments, money management & legal services, and on-site meal services.

Transportation Services provide more thousands of rides each year to seniors and adults with disabilities who need help getting to medical appointments or performing errands.

Activities & Health Promotion at our Southeast Multicultural Center provide a hub of activity where seniors gather for exercise classes, meals, games, celebrations, and friendship.