Welcome to Project Dart!
Project DART (Disability Awareness Resource Team) is a group of advocates and volunteers joining together to provide direct services to people with disabilities in the Portland Tri-county area.
We provide information and resources to the State Of Oregon and beyond.
DART advocates provide advocacy for people with disabilities within the justice system.
DART advocates have knowledge regarding managing care provider relationship and preventing or dealing with abuse from caregivers.
DART advocates are knowledgeable in abuse/safety and crime awareness for people with disabilities.
We hope that people will find information, resources, support and friendship from our online community.
DART Referral Form
DART Brochure 2017
Suicide Prevention Chat Website
Healing Pathways Flyer
We are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, please use our contact form and choose "Site feedback or technical issues", as we are continually striving to improve the experience for all of our visitors.
- Lead Advocate
- Jill T.
- Volunteer Nurse Practitioner
- Dena H.
- Grants and Contracts Administrator
- Patricia A.
- Advocate and Group Facilitator
- Jan C.
- Volunteer Coordinator, Advocate and Group Facilitator
- Sue W.
- Volunteer Advocate and Online Support
- Roxie M.
- Lizzi McNeff
We firmly believe that volunteers contribute to the success of our program. We value our volunteers, their unique experiences, talents skills and time.
Volunteer opportunities include administrative assistant, advocacy and personal assistant for groups. We have a variety of days and time available for volunteer opportunities.
All volunteers are provided with meaningful training opportunities. Volunteers interested in direct services are required to have a background check.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with DART, please click here and select "I would like to volunteer" from the Subject drop-down list.