Resources within Benton County, Oregon, and Beyond

CASA is constantly working towards the increase collaboration with resource centers, cultural centers, and other diversity related offices. Here are a few of the community resources currently available.


General Resources

Oregon Comission on Hispanic Affairs

3218 Pringle Rd, SE, Suite 270
Salem, OR 97302


Created to work for the implementation of economic, social, legal, and political equality for Hispanics in Oregon.

Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber

333 SW 5th Ave, Suite 100
Portland, OR 97204


Dedicated to working with all members of the community to increase the economic advancement of Hispanic-owned businesses in Oregon and SW Washington.

The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education

80 Route 4 East, Suite 203
Paramus, NJ 07652
201-587-8800, x108


The sole Hispanic educational magazine for the higher education community, and those involved in running our institutions of higher learning.

Linn-Benton Hispanic Advisory Committee

P.O. Box 3020
Corvallis, OR 97339


Meets the last Tuesday of every month, from 3-5p.m., alternating between Corvallis and Albany locations to discuss issues/topics pertaining to the Hispanic community.

Centro Latino Americano in Lane County

944 West 5th Ave
Eugene, OR 97402


A bilingual multicultural agency dedicated to the empowerment of the Latino Community primarily in Lane County.

Oregon Association of Latino Administrators

P.O. Box 310
Cornelius, OR 97113


Formed to promote Latino educators, both current and aspiring, into positions of leadership in the State of Oregon through mentorship, networking, and professional development.

Casa Latinos Unidos de Benton County

128 SW 9th St
Corvallis, OR 97333


Serving the Latino Community and promoting Family Well-being.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9a.m. - 1p.m. and Wednesdays from 5:30p.m. - 9p.m.

Juntos Podemos Family Center

2475 Lancaster Dr, NE, B-9
Salem, OR 97305


A One-Stop Family support center for Latino families who have a child with developmental disabilities. Connect families with the resources they need to better support their children. They unite families, public services, and community.
Immigrant / Migrant Resources

Latino Community Association

1130 NW Harriman St
Bend, OR 97701


Created to help Spanish-speaking immigrants to the Bend area adjust and thrive. Services offered include legal and medical referrals, translation services, and job assistance.


700 Marion St, NE
Salem, OR 97301


Oregon’s statewide, grassroots immigrant rights coalition. Works to defend and advance immigrant rights through coordination with local, state, and national coalitions and allies.


300 Young St
Woodburn, OR 97071


Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN), is Oregon's union of farmworkers, nursery, and reforestation workers, and largest Latino organization. PCUN empowers farmworkers to understand and take action against systematic exploitation and all of its effects.


1131 SE Oak St
Portland, OR 97214


VOZ is a Workers’ Rights Education Project that is a worker-led organization. It empowers immigrants and day laborers to gain control over their working conditions.

American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon: Immigrant Rights

P.O. Box 40585
Portland, OR 97240


The ACLU of Oregon is an advocacy organization dedicated to providing information for immigrant, refugee, and non-citizen rights.

Jobs with Justice

6025 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97215


A national campaign for workers’ rights. Working through coalitions of labor, community, religious and constituency organizations. Fighting for workers’ rights and economic justice.


1274 5th St, Suite 1-A
Woodburn, OR 97071


The FHDC (Farmworker Housing Development Corporation) was created to develop farmworker leadership for stronger and more secure families and communities through affordable housing, social services, education, and economic development.

Benton County Jobs and Internships:

Benton County is currently recruiting for the positions listed on the Current Employment Opportunities page.

To apply for any of the positions, a Benton County Employment Application Form is required (printable copy linked above). Applications are accepted only for posted positions and all application materials must be submitted to the Human Resources Office before 5:00 pm on the position deadline date. This includes any resumes or other supplemental materials to be considered. To request an application packet by mail, please call our office @ 541.766.6081. For more information on student internships, visit the student interns page.