Tenants Speak Out
Formed in 1996, the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) is Oregon’s only statewide, grassroots, tenant-controlled, tenant-rights organization. CAT educates, organizes and develops the leadership of low-income tenants.
Community Alliance of Tenants Mission
To educate and empower tenants to demand safe, stable and affordable rental homes. We believe that housing is the basis of a strong community. So we bring tenants together to organize and collectively advocate for fair and equal protections in housing practices and policies.
The Oregon Regional Hemophilia Center is the only regional resource for children and adults with hemophilia and other clotting disorders.
The Oregon Regional Hemophilia Center at OHSU is one of 12 federally funded regional hemophilia centers nationwide. We serve people with hereditary bleeding and clotting disorders in Oregon and southwest Washington.
The Center serves people with hemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency), hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency) and other hereditary clotting disorders such as von Willebrand’s disease, as well as those affected by inherited clotting disorders. As the regional core treatment center, we collaborate with centers throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon enhances the quality of life for individuals with bleeding disorders and their families through advocacy, assistance, outreach, education and research support.
HFO was founded in Portland in 1963 by a small group of parents of children with hemophilia.
Its goal has always been to improve the quality of life of those living with hemophilia and related bleeding disorders, and those who care for them. It serves individuals, their families and friends living in Oregon and the counties of southwestern Washington. For over five decades the Foundation has provided programs and services which promote and support knowledge, health and advocacy for all people whose lives are affected by hemophilia and related bleeding disorders. HFO’s programs and services are designed to complement the medical care provided by hematologists.
HFO is a volunteer health organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment and cure of all bleeding disorders. Nearly 450 families in HFO’s service area live with a bleeding disorder.
Including family, friends and caregivers, thousands of people are touched by bleeding disorders.