2018 TASH Conference is Coming to Portland

The 2018 TASH Conference is coming to Portland on November 28-30. Community Pathways is glad to be serving on the Local Host Committee, along with our Seven Corners Collaborative partners: Community Vision, FACT Oregon, and Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities.

We invite self advocates, educators and students, professionals in the field of developmental disabilities, and community leaders to join us in being a part of this wonderful opportunity.

Register to be an Attendee, Volunteer, and/or Sponsor. A few Registration Scholarships are still available to Oregon residents (self-advocates and family members).

Questions? Email Kristine at kolson@communitypath.org

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CPI Celebrates 10 Years of Service

Ten years ago this month, our executive director, Jennifer Santiago, and a small team of dedicated employees set out to establish a support services brokerage: Community Pathways, Inc. (CPI). We are fortunate to have leadership and staff who have been with us since the very beginning.

CPI first got its start as a program under the auspice of the Arc Multnomah-Clackamas. With Jennifer's leadership, CPI has grown into the brokerage it is today, serving over 450 adults living in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties in Oregon.

Our mission is to assist people with disabilities to live empowered, self-determined lives through community connections.


Guiding our growth, and the work we do on a daily basis, is a set of values centered around upholding the principles of self-determination for all people. We practice and promote person-centered thinking and planning, collaboration, compassion, support, advocacy, and empowerment.

We are proud of the support services model we deliver to individuals with developmental disabilities--fellow Oregonians. We look forward to serving our community for many more years to come!

If you are interested in supporting Community Pathways and its continued growth, please connect with us. We'd love to hear from you.

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2018 Division/Clinton Street Fair & Parade

Community Pathways is a Support Sponsor of the 2018 Division/Clinton Street Fair & Parade being held on Saturday, July 21st.

As new kids on the block, Community Pathways is excited to join our neighbors in celebrating this annual event. We look forward to connecting with our neighbors and community in SE Portland. Be sure to stop by our booth. We'd love to say hello!

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As a sponsor of the street fair, Community Pathways is glad to help promote Division/Clinton as a great place to live, play and work for people of all abilities. We are grateful for this opportunity to spread the word about who we are and what we do to assist people with disabilities to live empowered, self-determined lives in the community.

You don't have to be a resident of the SE Division/Clinton area to join in on the street fair activities. We hope you'll join us for this fun community event! 

If you'd like to learn more about CPI's involvement in the street fair, or would like to volunteer with us, call our development specialist at (503) 935-5228

We Moved!

It's official. We moved to Seven Corners Collaborative in SE Portland. Now our team is in the process of settling into our new office space. We are grateful to be in a space that's more accessible to the individuals we serve, and to be sharing it with our partners Community Vision, FACT Oregon, and Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities.

If you're unfamiliar with Seven Corners Collaborative, it is a wedge-shaped building located on the southeast corner of Ladd's Addition, at the intersection of SE Division Street and 20th Avenue across from New Seasons - Seven Corners. The entrance to the building is on SE Ladd Avenue, and our office is located in Suite 220 on the second floor.

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The building is easy to access by car, bike, and public transportation--buses 4 and 10 stop on our block, and the nearest Max Station is at Clinton St/SE 12th Ave serving the Orange Line. Street parking is available, and we encourage people visiting our office to give themselves 10-15 extra minutes to find parking. To help plan your trip using TriMet visit https://trimet.org/

We are grateful to share this new space with our partners Community Vision, FACT Oregon, and Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities. Not to mention: Nossa Familia Coffee is opening a shop on the ground floor. (Hooray for coffee!) To learn more about Seven Corners Community Collaborative, visit http://sevencornerscollaborative.org/ You can also learn more about our partners here.

Come visit us soon!

If you have any questions about our new location, and how to find us, please call our main line at (503) 935-5243

Reminder: We're Closed for the Move

Community Pathways' office is closed today and tomorrow, June 14th and 15th, while we move. Our office will re-open at our new location in SE Portland on Monday, June 18th at 9 AM.

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Please note that our phone numbers, email addresses, and fax number will all remain the same. The only major change to note is the location and physical/mailing address of our office!

Please remember to use our new address when mailing paperwork to Community Pathways. Our new address is:

2475 SE Ladd Avenue, Suite 220, Portland, Oregon 97214

We're Moving to SE Portland

In case you haven't heard, Community Pathways is moving to Southeast Portland. Our new address will be: 2475 SE Ladd Avenue, Suite 220, Portland, Oregon 97214

Our current office, located on NE Oregon Street, will be closed on Thursday and Friday, June 14th and 15th for the move. We re-open our office at our new location on Monday, June 18th at 9AM.

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We are re-locating to Seven Corners Community Collaborative, a brand new community space and building we will be sharing with our partners: Community Vision, FACT Oregon, Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities, and Nossa Familia Coffee. The building is universally accessible to individuals and families of all different abilities. It includes an Assistive Technology (AT) Lab.

We are excited to be a part of this collaborative effort to create an accessible hub of support and resources for people who experience disability, their support networks, and providers living and working in the Portland Metro area. We look forward to seeing you there.

To learn more about Seven Corners Collaborative, visit http://sevencornerscollaborative.org/

For more updates on our move, follow us on Facebook

Our New Website Launches Today

Today is the day! After months of planning, gathering feedback, and creating and editing (and re-editing) content, Community Pathways is launching its new-and-improved website!

We are excited to be sharing more information about our team, the brokerage process, community-based resources, and more with you all. This site has been created with the individuals we serve, their family members, providers (PSWs and agencies), and fellow community members in mind. We hope you find the site useful!

We invite you to connect with us to share your stories and feedback, and to let us know what other information and resources you'd like to see on our site. We value your feedback. It helps us to improve our services and further our mission of assisting people with disabilities to live empowered, self-determined lives.

Another great way to connect with us and receive the latest updates is by liking and following us on Facebook.

We look forward to connecting with more of you soon. Thank you for checking in!

-Community Pathways Team


Touring the Seven Corners Community Collaborative

It's Thursday, so here's a throw back to last month when members of our staff toured the Seven Corners Community Collaborative, the new building in SE Portland that CPI is moving to in June!


Community Pathways will be sharing the building with our partners: Community Vision, FACT Oregon, Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities, and the Assistive Technology Lab. Nossa Familia Coffee will have a shop on the ground floor, which everyone is very happy about. Our team is excited to be a part of this collaborative community space where individuals and their families can seek a variety of supports and services, all in one stop.

For more information about the Seven Corners Community Collaborative and the Assistive Technology Lab, check out the website: