Posts in Youth

Josephine County Youth Foundation

PO Box 673 Murphy, OR 97533

JCF is a student-led 501c3 non-profit formed in 2011 that inspires, engages and strengthens the community through innovative leadership and service. High school students use their energy and creativity to improve the social and economic well-being of the community so every individual has the opportunity to be healthy, educated and prosperous.

Boys & Girls Clubs

203 SE 9th St. Grants Pass, OR 97526

Programs and activities focused in the arts, education and career development, sports, fitness and recreation, character and leadership development, and health and life skills.

KAIROS

1750 Nebraska Ave., Bldg A Grants Pass, OR 97527

Mental and emotional health services for families and youth. A region of communities that understands and values mental and emotional wellness, in which all youth and their families have appropriate support and care.

Family Nurturing Center of Josephine County

411 NW E St. Grants Pass, OR 97526

Therapeutic classrooms for children. Home visitation for parents. Parent education.

OnTrack Rogue Valley–Cave Junction

535 E River St. Cave Junction, OR 97523

We envision that all residents in the Rogue Valley have access to quality comprehensive addiction and related behavioral health services that support recovery. OnTrack Rogue Valley offers evidence-based, trauma-informed and family-centric treatment and support services for youth, adults and families.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children)

304 NW D Street Grants Pass, OR 97526

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) speak for foster children in the courtroom, representing solely the child’s best interests. They move mountains so that each child progresses as quickly and effectively as possible through the foster care system and into a safe, permanent home.

OnTrack Rogue Valley–Grants Pass

720 NW 6th St. Grants Pass, OR 97526

We envision that all residents in the Rogue Valley have access to quality comprehensive addiction and related behavioral health services that support recovery. OnTrack Rogue Valley offers evidence-based, trauma-informed and family-centric treatment and support services for youth, adults and families.

The Trevor Project

24/7 crisis line for support of LGBTQ+ under age 25. Website with resources for LGBTQ+ youth.

Runaway Toll-Free Hotline

3141B N. Lincoln Chicago, IL 60657

NRS serves as the national communication system for runaway and homeless youth. Available 24/7 through call, chat, or email.

Maslow Project–Medford

500 Monroe St. Medford, OR 97501

We make our services available through public schools, community-based Resource Centers (in Jackson and Josephine County), and if that doesn’t work, our Outreach Team can provide services on the streets or through our mobile outreach to rural communities.

Maslow Project–Grants Pass

125 NE Manzanita Ave. Grants Pass, OR 97526

We make our services available through public schools, community-based Resource Centers (in Jackson and Josephine County), and if that doesn’t work, our Outreach Team can provide services on the streets or through our mobile outreach to rural communities.

JOE’s Place

130 SE K St. Grants Pass, OR 97526

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.

Hearts With a Mission

1504 NE 9th St., Grants Pass, OR 97526

Youth shelter. Free meals. Educational support. Mentoring. Religious organization. Walk-ins and Calls Accepted 24-hr.

It Gets Better Project

7190 Sunset Blvd #504 Hollywood, CA 90046

LGBTQ+ youth support services. Connecting young LGBTQ+ people with the global LGBTQ+ community by providing access to an arsenal of uplifting and inspiring stories of hope, resilience, and determination. Cultivating a growing network of international affiliates that have embraced the It Gets Better Project's mission to support LGBTQ+ youth in their home countries. Engaging with young LGBTQ+ people both on and offline. Connecting LGBTQ+ youth to local community service providers that can provide on-the-ground assistance.