541-773-5339, 60 Hawthorne Street, Medford OR 97504 office@unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org

 

 

 

 

FOOD

AND OTHER

RESOURCES

MISC RESOURCES

 

RogueValley.recovers.org

Website collector for individuals and organizations with interest in volunteering, making donations and to register non-medical, non-first-responder needs that aren’t being met.

https://roguevalley.recovers.org/

 

Oregon Unemployment Online Claim System:

https://secure.emp.state.or.us/ocs4/index.cfm?u=F20200317A055946B89883528.6819&lang=E

 

Continuum of Care – people who are unhoused

Call: HelpLine (24/7) at 541.779.4357

Call: 211

Text: Your Zipcode to 898211

You will be referred to a community agency.

Resources for people who are unhoused during COVID-19 (PDF).

 

Crater Lake Boy Scouts activities to do at home

https://www.craterlakecouncil.org/scouting-at-home/

 

Family Nurturing Center

Child-Family-Resource-Response-Welcome-Letter (pdf)

 

Federal COVID-19 Funding (PDF)

Goodwill Virtual Services

Goodwill Virtual Services (PDF English)

 

SNAP Emergency Allotment

SNAP Emergency Allotment (PDF English)

Snap Emergency Allotment (PDF Spanish)

 

Tenant Protections

Tenant Protections (PDF English)

Tenant Protections (PDF Spanish)

 

Print versions of resource information

PRINT VERSION of FOOD RESOURCES 3-24-2020 1200  (PDF)

PRINT VERSION OF NEWS and OTHER RESOURCES 3-23-2020 (PDF)

 

PRINT VERSION OF OHA RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HOMELESS ENCAMPMENTS (PDF)

 

FOR ORGANIZATIONS

 

RogueValley.recovers.org

Website collector for individuals and organizations with interest in volunteering, making donations and to register non-medical, non-first-responder needs that aren’t being met.

https://roguevalley.recovers.org/

 

Continuum of Care (CoC) for organizations helping people who are not housed)

www.jacksoncountycoc.org

 

HUD Resources for Organizations

COVID-19 Infectious Disease Prevention & Response – Check this page for frequent updates and resources from HUD, including the Infectious Disease Toolkit for CoCs

 

Link for agencies to apply to the Oregon Community Foundation

https://oregoncf.org/news/covid-19/

Apply for impact grants for programs helping people in homelessness during COVID-19 pandemic in $25-$50k range, DEADLINE MARCH 30 .

LINK

 

FOOD

ATTENTION SNAP PARTICIPANTS 

The Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is issuing emergency SNAP supplements to many SNAP households to help buy food during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.

If you are low-income we encourage you to apply. If you are approved, you may also qualify for an extra SNAP payment. To apply:Visit oregonhunger.org/apply-for-snap or call 2-1-1

SNAP Emergency Allotment

SNAP Emergency Allotment (PDF English)

Snap Emergency Allotment (PDF Spanish)

 

WHERE TO FIND FOOD

 

If you or someone you know is concerned about where their next meal will come from, you may use the following statewide link to locate available emergency food locations: Where to Find Food

 

Rogue Valley Food System Network  https://rvfoodsystem.org/

 

For the latest information on ACCESS food pantry supply, call 541-779-6690 and hit ‘0’ (zero).

 

For Food and Friends meal delivery call 541-734-9505

Food and Friends Mealsite Plan (PDF English)

 

School Districts – Food

A number of school districts are offering free grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches during this time: