Part of Oregon Department of Human Services. Medicaid programs. Food and nutrition services. Housing and utility assistance. Assistance with Social Security application and appeals process. Deaf and hard-of-hearing services. Disability benefits. Employment services. Home and community-based services. Medical assistance. Assistance employing a homecare or personal support worker. Report abuse and neglect.
Support group for people who desire to stop drinking alcohol and/or help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.
Whether you are a family caregiver or a person with dementia (including but not limited to that resulting from Alzheimer’s Disease), you deserve to connect with those who understand what you are going through. Share, laugh, cry, vent. It is so good to know that you are not alone. Learn how others are coping with various aspects of the disease process. Hear what has and has not worked for them. Share your own challenges and accomplishments for others to benefit from.
Programs and activities focused in the arts, education and career development, sports, fitness and recreation, character and leadership development, and health and life skills.
Finding forever homes for the children in Oregon's foster care system. Helping to create adoption plans.
With the help of our dedicated volunteers, we distribute food to low and no-income individuals and families in communities all over Josephine County. We have changed the way we build food boxes by growing our own local grocery store produce in our garden at Raptor Creek Farm along with other established programs to end hunger in our community. Our local food bank has provided and distributed millions of pounds of food each year.
Support group for breast cancer patients and survivors. Located in Asante Women's Health Center.
Our group provides emotional support, connection, information and resources for people with cancer and their caregivers. No registration required. Conference Room 2.
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.
Free needle exchange services. Free naloxone/narcan. Free rapid-screening for HIV, hepatitis C, and syphilis. Free referrals, education, and support services for people living with HIV/AIDS. Located in Immanuel United Methodist Church.