Watch Out for Scam!


We want to warn you there is a scam currently in our area. There is someone or multiple people who have been able to ‘spoof’ PGE’s number and are leaving messages telling people to pay their bill or their lights will be turned off. When you call back it is a number that is very similar to PGE’s and it will ask you to press 1 if you are a senior or 2 if you are not. Be advised this is not PGE. We have reported this scam to them and they are aware of it.…/news-room/fraud-alert

Autism – Wellness Wednesday!

As many families know, getting their children the supports that are needed in schools and elsewhere can be difficult. Next week on Monday February 5th, 2018 at 2-4pm the Autism Society of Oregon will be here to provide education on the Autism spectrum. They are also one of Oregon’s largest advocacy organizations, making this a great opportunity for families to provide feedback on their experiences and needs. We hope to see you there!

Additionally, we have several events next week, feel free to check out our events page or calendar on our website:   #wellnesswednesday

Voice Out Your Transportation Issues!

Happy Transportation Tuesday! Rosewood is working with a number of community partners to ensure that your voices are heard on the many transportation issues facing our community. One of those issues is a potential bond measure that may be presented to regional voters in 2020 to fund important transportation projects. Please let us know what you want to see in a funding package and we will raise your voice. We will also update you as to other ways you can have a say in this process. We are dedicated to making sure that the region east of I 205 receives a fair share of the resources from such a bond measure.

Oregon Metro News!


Guerreras Latinas!

So proud of Guerreras Latinas women’s group for using their leadership skills and empowering each other in peer mentorship and going out in the rosewood community to volunteer and creating healthy relationships, thank you Guerreras Latinas ❤️💪🏽

Estamos orgullosos del grupo de mujeres Guerreras Latinas por su liderazgo y empoderamiento de un a la otra y saliendo a la comunidad de Rosewood como voluntarias y creando relaciones saludables gracias Guerreras Latinas ❤️💪🏽


Wellness Events!

Good morning friends, we hope your week is going well!

Coming up in February we have partnered with 4 additional organizations to bring more wellness programming here at Rosewood (all with no costs for participants). Keep an eye on our events page, and feel free to invite any friends you think might be interested! #wellnesswednesday

1. Feb. 5th 2-4pm: The Autism Society of Oregon will be providing a workshop called “Autism 101”. This is a great opportunity to stop in and have any of your questions answered about Autism and supporting an individual who is experiencing Autism including information for available resources.

2. Starting Feb. 6th 5:30-7:30pm: SEI will be hosting a “Learning to Love Ourselves” class for 9 weeks which is a support group for women of color, survivors of trauma. Please call Sarina Simpson, DV Lead to register: (503) 988-6443. Dinner and childcare is provided.

3. Feb. 7th 10am-2pm: Wallace Medical Concern will be on-site to complete OHP enrollments and navigation in addition to Project Access NOW who is here every Tuesday 10am-5pm.

4. Starting Feb. 8th: Multnomah County SNAP program will be here every Thursday 10-1 to assist with SNAP enrollments and renewals.

PSU Business Outreach!

Emily Galash from PSU Business Outreach @psubop meeting with Khadro Abdi owner of @alleaminproduct located at the Hollywood Farmers Market
For more product and catering info visit
@PSUBOP free consultations for anyone wanting to start a business or already have a business. Consultations by appointment 
available in English and Spanish on Wednesday’s at rosewood

Contact Liz Feldman at
Emily Galash at or call 503-725-9820


Transportation Tuesday!

Good Morning! This is Transportation Tuesday!

Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is moving forward with its new authority to reduce speed limits from 25 mph to 20 mph on residential streets. Sadly, PBOT must still jump through a bunch of hoops with the state to reduce the speed limits on collectors and arterials. Rosewood will work with PBOT to make all roads safe for all users At the same time, please remember that almost every accident is preventable, as the article says. You can help by not speeding, drinking/diving, or being distracted. Also, please respect the fact that there are others using the roads and if you are a few minutes later, it will still be ok.…/383815-272528-speed-limits-exp…