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We provide food, housing, warmth and other essential services to Jackson County's low income children, families, seniors and people with disabilities. . .
Since 1917, the American Red Cross has served the Pacific Northwest which includes Washington and Oregon, by preventing and alleviating human suffering. . .
Local faith groups, in alliance with the community at large, will provide emergency food supplies, without charge, to individuals and families in the Ashland/Talent area who would otherwise go hungry and will also endeavor to increase awareness about the problem of hunger in our communities.
Family Solutions has been supporting the mental health needs of youth and families in Southern Oregon since 1971. We believe that it is a fundamental right of all children to have care and support that ensures their healthy development. The best place to foster a child's healthy development is within a healthy family, so we support the child within the family and the family within the community!
Golden Rule ReEntry is a trauma-informed, community-based organization that assists the formerly incarcerated. Through kinship, networking, classes & services we foster connection as well as personal & professional growth.
Heart and Hope music offers a well designed interactive program of music that is positive, uplifting, and inspiring.
Maslow Project is a goal-oriented resource center serving homeless youth, ages 0 through 21. We are located at 500 Monroe Street in Medford, Oregon. We provide basic needs, as well as on-site access to a variety of services from community partners.
Options for Helping Residents of Ashland (OHRA) helps low income people build better lives. By offering hope and access to social service resources, we encourage those in need on the path to self-sufficiency.
Opening doors to the future for women recovering from breast cancer treatment through life-changing interactions with horses.
The Ashland Food Project is a revolutionary way to collect food: It's a donor drive, not a food drive. Instead of asking for one-time contributions of food, our volunteers (Neighborhood Coordinators) enlist their neighbors to become long-term Food Donors.
The Gleaning Network is a nonprofit membership based foodshare pantry which works to reduce local food waste by taking in donations from local businesses such as grocery stores, farmers and in partnership with other such organizations and redistributes this donated food to our members.