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Partners and Programs

by Netcorps Admin last modified 2016-11-29 17:07

Community partners and programs working to provide the basic building blocks to a good life: to help children and youth achieve their potential, families and individuals reach financial stability and independence, people improve their health and for everyone to have transportation barriers removed.

Programs United Way Funded Partners

Education - Helping children and youth Achieve their Potential

Income - Promoting Financial Stability and Independence

Health - Improving People's Health

Transportation - Removing Barriers

WiLL Funded Programs

United Way Funded Partner Programs

Education - Helping children and youth Achieve their Potential

Scholarships for Youth, Ashland Family YMCA

540 YMCA Way,  Ashland, Oregon  (541) 482-9622
Camping, health enhancement, and youth development activities with scholarships available. Also health activities
for families and people of all ages


Peer Coordinator Project, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
613 Market Street,  Medford, Oregon (541) 734-2272
A volunteer advocate in the courts for children who have been abused and abandoned or neglected


Easter Seals Oregon
(541) 842-2199
Summer day camp activities for children and youth with disabilities


Family Nurturing Center
212 North Oakdale, Medford, Oregon (541) 779-5242  Emergency support services for families


Kids Unlimited
821 N. Riverside, Medford, Oregon (541) 774-3900
After school programs in Medford and mentoring for Latino youth

Resolve, Restorative Justice

33 N. Central, #219  Medford, Oregon (541) 770-2468
Victim Offender Resolution - restorative justice program


Serinidad Para la Familia, Phoenix Counseling Center


149 South Main, Phoenix, Oregon (541)535-4133
Counseling center - Latino parenting and family strengthening


Rogue Valley Family YMCA

522 W. 6th Street, Medford, Oregon (541) 772-6295
Financial assistance for preschool, child care, afterschool programs, camp, swim lessons, youth sports and family fitness


Foster Grandparent Program, Community Volunteer Network
1045 Ellendale,  Medford, Oregon (541) 779-5257
Volunteer services, working with children and others in the community


Roots & Wings Child Development

3703 International Way, Suite B,  Medford, Oregon (541) 779-3544
Child development classroom - United Way funding provides tuition for low income families


Head Start Healthy Smarts, Southern Oregon Child & Family Council
1001 Beall Lane, Central Point, Oregon (541) 734-5150
Program advocates for families with young children to get the help and parenting education they need while the children are young enough to make the maximum impact on their lives

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Income - Promoting Financial Stability and Independence

Disaster Services, American Red Cross  Southern Oregon Chapter
60 Hawthorne, Medford, Oregon (541) 779-3773
Disaster assistance in communities, including help for families with a home involved in a house fire


Pathway's to Self Sufficiency, Center for Non Profit Legal Services

225 West Main Street,  Medford, Oregon (541) 779-7292
Legal assistance for low income seniors and others, with an emphasis on immigration law


Credit Counseling, Consumer Credit Counseling

820 Crater Lake Avenue #202,  Medford, Oregon
(541) 779-2273
Assistance in attaining and education on financial health for low income adults, money management for seniors


Employment, Living Opportunities

861 Valley View Drive,  Medford, Oregon (541) 772-1503

Jobs program with transportation for people with disabilities


 Rogue Valley Veterans and Community Outreach

601 North Grape, Medford, OR (541) 779-8564

Housing and re-entry services for veterans and community members.


Upper Rogue Community Center
22465 Highway 62,  Shady Cove, Oregon (541) 878-2702 Emergency and referral service for the Upper Rogue.

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Health - Improving People's Health


Residential Treatment, Addictions Recovery Center                     
1003 W. Main Street, Medford, Oregon (541) 779-1282
Residential and outpatient drug, substance, and gambling addiction treatment


Lifespan Respite, The Arc of Jackson County

121 N. Central,  Medford, Oregon (541) 779-4520
Respite care for families caring for loved ones with special needs.


Summer Camp, Ashland Supportive Housing
693B Street, Ashland, Oregon (541) 488-2870
Residential living - for adults with developmental disabilities as independent and as involved in the community as possible


Children’s Dental Clinic
229 Stewart Avenue  Medford, Oregon (541) 789-4249
Free dental care for children


Dunn House and Sexual Assault Vicitms Services,

Community Works
201 W. Main Street, Suite 3D  Medford, Oregon (541) 779-2393
Dunn House, a shelter for women to protect and help them achieve freedom from domestic violence and sexual assault victim’s services


Summer Day Camp, Easter Seals Oregon
(541) 842-2199
Summer day camp activities for children and youth with disabilities


Jackson County SART (Sexual Assault Response Team)

43 Morninglight Drive, Ashland, Oregon (541) 840-0940 
Sexual assault survivor services


Healthworker Program, Rogue Community Health
99 Central Avenue, Ashland/19 Myrtle Street Medford/ 8385 Division Road, White City/ Oregon (541) 773-3863
Holistic health workers provide services to promote and secure healthy living.


Food and Friends, Rogue Valley Council of Governments
155 North First St., Central Point, Oregon (541) 664-6674 Food delivery to seniors – also provides sometimes the only contact for homebound seniors


Teen Mental Health, OnTrack, Inc.

221 W. Main Street  Medford, Oregon (541) 772-1777
Outpatient and residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment for teens, adults and families


RSVP, Community Volunteer Network
1045 Ellendale,  Medford, Oregon (541) 857-7780
Volunteer services, Foster Grandparents and RSVP working with children and others in the community


WinterSpring, Center for Living with Loss & Grief
290 N Main, #1, Ashland, Oregon (541) 552-0621
Helping children deal in healthy ways with the loss of loved ones in their lives

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Transportation - Removing Barriers



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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

  Family Nurturing Center

  Kids Unlimited

  La Clinica


  United Way of Jackson County


Southern Oregon Meth Project

  Asante Health System
  Charter Media
  Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors
  Medford Fabrication
  Merle West Medical Center
  The ODS Companies
  Oregon Health & Science University
  Providence Health System
  United Way of Jackson County

  For More Meth Task Force Information...


WiLL (Women Living Leadership)


Ballet Folklorico Ritmo Alegre, Cultural Ambassadors,

Children's Advocacy Center, Building Bridges

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southern Oregon, Credit Reports Big Idea Families

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southern Oregon, Financially Fit Women

Grandmas2Go, Home Visitors

Junior League, Backpack Program

Hope Equestrian Center, At Risk Girls Adopt a Rider

Kids Unlimited, Women Parents


OnTrack, Infant Massage


Phoenix Elementary School, CRISP Leaders

Rogue Retreat, Drivers Licenses


Rose Circle Mentoring Network, Young Mothers Mentoring

Roots and Wings Child Development, Family Education Program

Team Overland, Women Overlanding

For more information on WiLL, click here:

Women Living Leadership - WiLL

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