The Family Connection provides a regional parenting hub where parents can come together, learn effective parenting skills, be introduced to community resources and find support from other parents. We also provide organizations and agencies the ability to contract an evidence based parenting series or workshop for their clients.
As an Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative, we partner with local organizations, businesses, schools, daycare centers, and churches, to serve parents and children. The courses in parenting that we offer are all willingly attended because those who come are provided with an engaging experience. Our parenting education series and one-day workshops celebrate positive learning and help parents become the kind of caregivers and role models their children want and need.
Southern Oregon Early Learning Services Hub Fire Relief Fund
The Southern Oregon Early Learning Services Hub has created a $250,000 Fire Relief Fund to provide funding to organizations serving families who have been impacted by the recent fires in Jackson and Josephine Counties. Qualifying organizations must serve children under age six and/or their families and deliver services in the two-county region.
While the fund does not have a request limit per application, requests should be in line with the number of families to be served with the funding. Prioritization will be given to organizations serving the priority populations identified for our region: families whose home language is Spanish; families living in rural communities; families experiencing financial hardship; families with a child experiencing a disability; foster families; teen parents; and families in recovery from substance use.
The funding can be used to 1) replace an organization's critical materials and supplies lost by the fires, 2) purchase materials and supplies needed due to the impact of the fires, and/or 3) provide other supports to families who are impacted by the fires. More details below.
The Handicap Awareness and Support League is a non-profit organization assisting people with disabilities and senior citizens in Josephine & Jackson Counties. Services include support, education, advocacy, and training.
Programs, community education, partnerships, and volunteer opportunities focused on healthy communities and economies, resilient and productive forestry and natural ecosystems, sustainable agriculture, food systems, and gardening, and thriving youth, individuals, and families.
District grants support new or ongoing service projects within at least one of the following Children's Fund cause areas: health, education, and youth leadership development.
Dutch Bros Foundation–Love Abounds
Focused on projects and programs that support local youth, music, health, and the quality of life of those growing, harvesting, and living around the farms from whom they purchase coffee beans.
A community investment program of Avista Corp., providing funding to non-profit organizations addressing the needs of communities and citizens served by Avista Utilities in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, portions of Southern Oregon, and Sanders County, Montana. Application close dates: February 1 (Health and Human Service Proposals), April 1 (Education and Youth Development Proposals), August 1 (Economic and Community Vitality Proposals), and November 1 (Environment and Arts and Culture Proposals).
This is a two-part process. The deadline to submit part 1 of the application is February 1. If selected, organizations will be invited to complete part 2 of the application, which is due August 1. Average grant size is $25,000- $50,000.
The West Family Foundation awards grants in the areas of youth enrichment, human services, and other charitable causes. To complete an application, you will need to register for an online account, located on the application tab of this website. Once your registration is complete, you can apply any time during the three month window of opportunity (December- February).
The Carpenter Foundation is a private family foundation governed by a Board which includes family members and public trustees who represent a wide range of experience and interests. The Foundation makes grants in four key areas: human services, education, the arts, and certain public interest issues.
Grants are awarded in the areas of human services, public safety, and faith based programs. The Foundation has an online application process, and the Foundation has a Spring and a Fall grant cycle. Applications are due on or before January 31 and July 31. Final grant decisions will be announced 9-12 weeks after each deadline.
Statewide nonprofit with offices in Portland, Salem, Eugene, Medford, and Bend. Working alongside donors, stewarding their priorities into strategic giving to support diverse communities across Oregon, creating lasting, transformative change.
Leightman Maxey Foundation
The Leightman Maxey Foundation is a private foundation that distributes grants in support of nonprofit organizations whose services are aligned with the mission of the Foundation. Funding priority is given to those organizations serving "at risk" clients. All applications must be submitted electronically, through the Federation's online grant portal. There are two grant application deadlines a year: March 1 and September 1.
Grants are made based on the Foundation's Mission of Investing in Southern Oregon's youth, individuals, families, and communities. There are two grant application deadlines: March 15 and September 15. Grant awards range between $1,000 to $10,000. The preferred timeframe to contact the Executive Director for the March 15th deadline is January 4 through March 5.
Four Way Community Foundation
The Four Way Community Foundation awards grants to a wide variety of non-profit organizations in Josephine and western Jackson Counties. The Four Way Community Foundation conducts one grant application process per year. The grant cycle opens February 1 and closes April 1.
The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation makes grants up to $15,000. There are two grant application deadlines a year: March 1 and September 1. To be considered, a proposal must be submitted by the deadline date. If the deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the application may be submitted the following weekday. Proposals sent by mail, fax or e-mail cannot be accepted. Final grant decisions will be announced approximately 12 – 16 weeks after each deadline. The Foundation cannot expedite a funding decision.
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.
Many families throughout this country and our own community here in the Rogue Valley have been effected by the opioid epidemic. Family, friends, neighbors and partners lives have been turned upside down. Perhaps you have been effected directly or indirectly. We have created this non-profit organization to do just that through Overdose Education and Free Distribution of the life saving medication, Naloxone to friends and families in need.
Rehabilitation center and clinic.
Apply for child support. Pay child support. Modify an existing child support order. Resources for enforcement. Medical support resources. This location has a TouchPay Kiosk.
Social Security has provided financial protection for our nation's people for over 80 years. Chances are, you either receive Social Security benefits or know someone who does. With retirement, disability, and survivors benefits, Social Security is one of the most successful anti-poverty programs in our nation's history.
We are passionate about supporting our customers by delivering financial support, providing superior customer service, and ensuring the safety and security of your information — helping you secure today and tomorrow.
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.
Provides pharmaceutical care through electronic drug orders for window pick-up or by mail.
Science-based. Call for meeting times.
Compassionate care to children and youths with emotional and behavioral challenges. A comprehensive array of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families. Person-centered philosophy. Serving children in their home community, in the least-restricted setting, with a strong emphasis on family involvement throughout the treatment process.
The SOESD Migrant Education/ELL Department provides workshops, presentations, coaching, and consultations on the building, district, and regional levels to school districts in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath counties.
Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
Private Facebook group for LGBTQ+ and allies.