PROTECTING THE SAFETY AND DIGNITY OF PEOPLE UNDER GUARDIANSHIP CARE
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COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS IMPACT ON GUARDIAN PARTNERS:
Guardian Partners staff are working from home. Email is the best way to reach us. Phone messages are being checked, but response time will be slower than usual.
Submitting Course Payments: We strongly encourage payment by credit card, either online or by calling 971-409-1358. Those mailing checks for payment should expect delays in response time.
COVID-19 information and resources from Oregon Health Authority can be found here.
Upcoming Office Closures:
Thursday November 23rd (Thanksgiving)
Friday November 24th (Day After Thanksgiving)
Education to ensure that Guardians and other Court-appointed fiduciaries understand their roles.
Monitoring of cases by Court-appointed volunteers who identify causes for concern.
Resources, referrals, and guidance for Guardians and their families in support of this unrecognized population of heroes.
Protecting the dignity and safety of Oregonians under guardianship
- including seniors & adults with disabilities and minors -
and supporting court-appointed fiduciaries with case monitoring, education and resources.
Our Core Values
Community • Dignity • Integrity • Protection
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Expansion to Jackson and Clatsop Counties
Guardian Partners is pleased to announce the expansion of our programs into Clatsop County, effective February 1, 2023. The addition of Clatsop County to the organization’s service area – along with the September 2022 implementation in Jackson County – means that Guardian Partners now serves nine Oregon counties, representing 59% of state residents.
When members of our community require a guardian or conservator to make decisions for them or manage their financial needs, we want to be sure they have the information they need to do so effectively. Guardian Partners provides education for those who are willing to take on the challenges of providing that assistance. They also provide us, as a court, with the ability to have monitors check in to be sure a protected person’s needs are being met. We’re glad to partner with them to provide this valuable service to our community.
– Hon. Dawn McIntosh, Clatsop County Circuit Court
Guardian Partners has already monitored a number of guardianships in Jackson County and is preparing to monitor its first two cases from Clatsop County. We are seeking local volunteer case monitors in both regions. Contact Monitoring Program Manager Jeni Bennett to get involved: email@example.com.