BASE is a volunteer nonprofit community organization that provides events, community information-sharing, connection, support, and resources that work towards the well-being and advancement of Black people living in Southern Oregon.
Contact form: https://baseoregon.org/contact-us/
This free service is designed for adults 55 and older living in Oregon who may be isolated or lonely. Our team of volunteers and staff are specially trained in working with older adults, and we can provide ongoing support, connect you or someone you know with resources, or just listen. Your information is completely confidential.
Community Living Case Management (CLCM) provides a wide range of services for individuals and their families who are eligible for services under the Developmental Disabilities criteria. All services provided in Josephine, Douglas, Curry and Coos county under the provision of Community Developmental Disabilities Programs (CDDP) are contracted through CLCM via the State of Oregon.
A free 24-hour crisis, support, and helpline for youth. YouthLine is a teen-to-teen youth crisis and support service provided by Lines for Life—a non-profit dedicated to preventing substance abuse and suicide. YouthLine operates a national helpline that provides crisis support and referrals via call, text, and chat. The YouthLine is answered by teen volunteers daily from 4 pm-10 pm PST (and by adults at all other times!). Translation services are available upon request.
The Food Bank has been a fixture in Josephine County since 1990. Originally we were part of the Josephine County Community Action Agency and were run as a program of the county. During these years, we served hungry individuals and families all over the county and built some of our longest-lasting relationships.
In 2005 the County discontinued funding for the Food Bank and the United Community Action Network stepped in and the Food Bank began to grow. In 2010 a community collaboration among the City of GP, UCAN, Rotary Clubs of GP, and local donors resulted in the construction of a new 10,000 square foot food storehouse and the establishment of Raptor Creek Farm, located on the property to grow food for local families.
Today, the Josephine County Food Bank is a stand-alone, independent non-profit organization. We continue to serve our community from our food distribution center at Raptor Creek Farm located at 3658 Upper River Road in Grants Pass.
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.
Early Childhood Services believes that young children with developmental delays or disabilities have the right to high quality, individually designed services provided in the least restrictive environment.
Early Childhood Services is an inclusive program serving over 250 children in Josephine County who have identified delays or disabilities, along with their typically developing peers. We provide direct instructional and therapeutic supports to infants, toddlers and preschoolers through home visiting and classroom based programs, and support families, preschool teachers, and child care providers through consultation.
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.