At Morrison, we know that a little support can go a long way.
Throughout our 74 years of service, we have supported youth and families in overcoming stress and trauma to find new ways to thrive. We provide a wide variety of mental health, substance abuse, and foster care services to over 8,200 children and families each year in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Marion, Polk, Columbia, Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties, and we continue to grow.
Room to Thrive
The Rotary Club of Portland chose to support our growth and services by selecting Morrison as the recipient of a once-a-decade grant, Project 2020, to help fund our new Rotary Youth Center at Morrison – a project which will benefit the children and families of Morrison Child & Family Services for generations to come.
With year-round space to gather and recreate, the Rotary Youth Center at Morrison gives our youth, families, and therapists expanded space for treatment, training, physical education, recreation, and group meetings, allowing Morrison to expand our impact even further by combining mental and physical health treatment.
Construction and Progress
Video Credit: EMA Architecture
Together with the team at the Rotary Club of Portland, EMA Architecture, Joseph Hughes Construction, and many other community partners, we broke ground on the building in February 2020 and attained occupancy in October 2020.
We are so very grateful for gifts from the Rotary Club of Portland, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, PacificSource Foundation for Health Improvement, Zidell Family Foundation, the William K. Blount Family Fund and the Hampton Family Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation, The Reser Family Foundation, Clark Foundation, The Henry L. Hillman Foundation, Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund, Schnitzer CommuniCare Fund, The Jackson Foundation, the Firstenburg Foundation, Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust, SoHum Foundation, Historic Parkrose, and the hundreds of individuals and corporations who have signed on. All of you made this project possible.