Welcome to OHDC
Oregon Human Development Corporation (OHDC) is a not-for-profit human service organization that has been providing services for farmworkers and disadvantaged individuals throughout Oregon continuously since 1979. The services include support, referral, advocacy, resources, assistance and education. These programs are funded through a variety of contracts with federal, state, local, and private funding sources.
OHDC's organizational structure consists of a decentralized service delivery system of 7 local service delivery offices throughout the state, and one in Northern Nevada supported by a central administrative office in Portland.
To promote economic and social advancement of farmworkers and disadvantaged individuals through the provision of education, training, advocacy and services that enhance self-sufficiency.
Homeland Security Press Release DACA Renewal June 5, 2014
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
The first DACA approvals will begin to expire in September 2014. To avoid a lapse in the period of deferral and employment authorization, individuals must file renewal requests before the expiration of their current period of DACA. USCIS encourages requestors to submit their renewal request approximately 120 days (four months) before their current period of deferred action expires.
Individuals may request DACA renewal if they continue to meet the initial criteria and these additional guidelines:
USCIS will also host both national and local DACA informational sessions. USCIS will provide further information on these sessions during which USCIS officials will provide additional information on the DACA process and be available to answer your questions. For information on local DACA engagements, please visit www.uscis.gov/outreach.
We speak lots of different languages in the U.S. This interactive map shows what's spoken across the country. Click this link to check out the map.
US Census Language Mapper
2013 Oregon Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Enumeration Study
The Oregon Update, MSFW Enumeration Profiles Study (OR Update MSFW EPS) offers a revised version of the earlier 2002 report, looking at county level estimates in Oregon.
OHDC is an equal opportunity employer and provider of services. For TTY assistance please call 711 or call 503 245-2600 for any assistance needed in accessing our services.