UPDATE (3/21/22): The lobby at Dirkse CC remains open to the public by appointment. All staff and guests are required to wear a face-covering or mask while navigating office space or in the office’s common areas; COVID-related questions and temperature checks may also be asked of staff and visitors to complete. All services continue to be conducted in accordance with OHA and ODDS guidelines.
It’s true! Our very own team of professional counselors have been hard at work creating its first group session.
Almost twenty-five years ago, when Dirkse Counseling and Consulting opened its doors in Beaverton, Oregon, it was one woman making ends meet for her family while doing what she loved; helping people with disabilities to secure and keep employment.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a labor shortage in the United States and it’s even being felt here in Beaverton. Factors such as the increase in the minimum wage, the rising cost of medical insurance,
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