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.
Detecting and responding to new and emerging health threats. Tackling the biggest health problems causing death and disability for Americans. Putting science and advanced technology into action to prevent disease. Promoting healthy and safe behaviors, communities, and environment. Developing leaders and training the public health workforce, including disease detectives. Taking the health pulse of our nation.
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.
Information about foster care and adoption, child safety, runaway and homeless youth, and child care resources. Oregon Child Abuse reporting hotline.
Helping victims of child abuse. Prevention, intervention, education, and aid.
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.
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.
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.
General discussion, support, and monthly diabetes topic. Located in Asante Outpatient Center, Demonstration Kitchen, fourth floor.