We believe that the Individuals we serve are people first. ColumbiaCare looks at the person first, then how development, circumstances, and mental disorders affect the person. It is our dream to have just the right combination of housing and supports available in every community so that the Individuals we serve have a pathway to achieving the same things all humans need: to not only feel safe and well taken care of, but to contribute and thrive.
Help obtaining an Oregon Identification Card and/or birth certificate (any state). Emergency food boxes. One-time emergency laundry and shower vouchers. One-time emergency vouchers to local thrift stores. Resource center with high-speed computer lab and printing capabilities. Kaleidoscope Play and Learn, a free play group for children aged 1-5 and their caregivers. Helping citizens access services they did not know they were eligible for, would not normally qualify for, or would not have been able to access. Educating, training, mentoring, and coordinating.
Food pantry that also distributes personal care items and clothing to those in need.
Located in the "Better Living Center" building on the West side of the church parking lot. Free food and clothing. Low-cost pots, pans, silverware, dishes, blankets, backpacks, and sleeping bags for sale in the Budget Shop. Religious organization.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.
Thrift store proceeds go to support the programs and services of the Grants Pass Gospel Rescue Mission.
Social Service Assistance.
Resource center for homeless and unparented youth. Free meals for youth. Free clothes, hygiene products, shoes, and other essential items. Access to a washer and dryer. Mentoring. Religious organization.