Hawthorne Auto Clinic
4307 SE Hawthorne Blvd  Portland, OR  97215
Tel: (503) 234-2119    Fax: (503) 234-4230


Our Affiliations

  • Automotive Service Association (ASA)  Backed by a 50-year history, ASA has been the leading organization for owners and managers of automotive service businesses that strive to deliver excellence in service and repairs to consumers. 
  • Car Care Council (CCC)  Car Care Council's Mission is to educate motorists about the importance of maintenance, repair and enhancements for safer, cleaner, better performing vehicles.

  • Eco-logical Business Program  The Eco-Logical Business Program recognizes businesses that reach the highest standards in minimizing their environmental impact. The goal of the program is to prevent and minimize pollution generated by small businesses in the Tri-County area. This is the first multi-media (air, water, solid waste) certification program in the nation.
  • International Automotive Technic1ans Network (iATN)  …the largest network of automotive technicians in the world. The International Automotive Technicians' Network is a group of 37,815 professional automotive technicians from 120 countries. The automotive professionals of this group exchange technical knowledge and information with other members from around the globe, sharing 688, 871 years of experience!
  • Identifix  The Identifix repair hotline is staffed by 30+ factory-trained technicians who each specialize on tracking, diagnosing and repairing problems on just one make.
  • Northwest Automotive Trades Association (NATA)   NATA is the automotive industry's business resource committed to promoting professionalism and education, providing quality benefits and services, representing common business interests and building consumer confidence.
  • The mission of Northwest Business for Culture and the Arts (NW/BCA) is  to dramatically increase public and private support for arts,  heritage, and humanities throughout Oregon and SW Washington. NW/BCA  provides a dynamic and mutually beneficial link between business and  the arts.
  • The Oregon Natural Step Network (the Network) was formed to support Oregon business, governmental, and educational organizations interested in using The Natural Step (TNS) framework for sustainability. The Network is a membership organization open to interested organizations and individuals. 
  • The Oregon Business Association believes that a tradition of creative approaches to public policy issues through bi-partisan collaboration has set Oregon apart and made the state a great place to live and do business. This tradition must be restored and maintained.
  • The Sustainable Business Network of Portland (previously BALLE Portland) is dedicated to helping create a local living economy in the Portland metropolitan area and is a local network of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies.
  • The Coalition for a Livable Future is a network of 60 non-profit and community-based organizations working together to create a more equitable and sustainable Portland metropolitan region.
  • Co-op America - practical steps for using your consumer and investor power for societal change.
  • E3: Employers for Education Excellence, Chalkboard Project, and Oregon Business Plan have created the Employer-Classroom Connection Challenge. The Challenge: Adopt policies and practices that encourage school involvement by all of your employees — whether they have kids or not. 
  • Clean Cars for Oregon - A coalition of health professionals, businesses, faith leaders, elected officials, conservationists and others is working to ensure that Oregon adopts clean car standards.