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ACCESS

ACCESS Home Purchasing Specialist

Help with replacing a home that burned in the Alameda Fire. Income-based payment options available:

ACCESS Homeownership Specific Services

Homeownership training course to get you ready to purchase a home. Income-based payment options available. REQUIRED first step to find out which housing grants you are eligible for.

ACCESS Housing Navigation Services

Help with temporary housing or rental assistance. Income-based payment options available.
DCM Hotline
Get connected with a DCM (Disaster Case Manager) to get help navigating recovery needs.
  • 833-669-0554
  • 24/7 
Options for Helping Residents of Ashland (OHRA)
OHRA offers fire survivors use of free phone and help with document replacement: social security card, driver’s license, etc.
Wildfire Support for Mobile Home Residents
Online fire recovery resources for manufactured & mobile housing residents & park owners
Energy Trust of Oregon
Oregon Energy Trust rebate for Heating & Air Conditioning, and Solar Systems for rebuilds
Longer term Secure Short Term Housing (LTSST)
The ‘Longer Term Secure, Short Term (LTSST)’ Housing team is made up of Rogue Valley community members volunteering their time to help those working towards the goal of affordable permanent housing.
211 Info
211 Info is a community-based nonprofit organization funded by state and municipal contracts, foundations, United Ways, donations and community partners in Oregon and Southwest Washington. 211info empowers Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by helping people identify, navigate and connect with the local resources they need.

HOUSING GRANTS

OHCS Forgivable Loan
Homeownership training course to get you ready to purchase a home. Income-based payment options available. REQUIRED first step to find out which housing grants you are eligible for.
ODOE Energy Grant
Eligible projects include renewable energy generation systems like solar or wind, and energy storage systems, electric vehicle charging stations, or microgrid technologies paired with new or existing renewable energy systems. Eligible applicants are encouraged to partner with community groups, non-profits, private businesses, and others on potential projects.
Fire Hardening Grant
If your home or business was lost or damaged in a wildfire during 2020, you may be eligible to receive
more than $6,000 in grant money for fire hardening of your home or business. Local counties and the Department of Consumer and Business Services have created a fire hardening grant program to help people affected by the 2020 wildfires. The program will provide money directly to home and business owners who receive a grant to help pay for fire hardening of a home or business that was damaged or destroyed in the 2020 wildfires.
Down Payment Assistance Program
Homeownership training course to get you ready to purchase a home. Income-based payment options available. REQUIRED first step to find out which housing grants you are eligible for.
IDA (Individual Development Account) Grants
Matching funds grant for small business, down payment assistance, or college tuition.

FOOD

Rogue Food Unites

https://www.roguefoodunites.org/

Daily free meals are served at:
  • THE GROTTO PIZZERIA LOBBY 302 E Main St, Talent, OR 11:45am – 12:45pm / 4:45pm – 5:45pm (daily)
  • HAWTHORNE PARK501 E Main St, Medford, OR11:45am – 12:45pm (mon-fri) UNETE27 N Ivy St, Medford, OR4:45pm – 5:45pm (daily)

MENTAL HEALTH

Lines for Life
Lines for life offers crisis and peer hotlines as well as peer-led Zoom-based Affinity Groups (Virtual Wellness Groups). Call to get a referral to the best support for you!
Jackson County Mental Health Crisis Line
If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, please call the 24/7 crisis line at 541-774-8201. This is a free service.
  • 541-774-8201
  • Hours 24/7 (online referral service) 
Rogue Community Health
Rogue Community Health offers Behavioral Health services, along with a full complement of other Medical Care through personalized contact with their own Community Health Workers. Both OHP and private insurance are accepted, with an income-based sliding scale option also available.
La Clinica
Sliding scale counseling available, $10-$65/hour.
Options for Southern Oregon
Options provides mental health services, with bi-lingual/bi-cultural services also available. Individuals of all ages are accepted with OHP, private insurance, or an income-based sliding scale for those without insurance.
Columbia Care Services
Columbia Care offers mental health services to individuals with OHP, private insurance, as well an income-based sliding scale.
1st Presbyterian Church in Phoenix
3rd Thursday of each month 5:30-7:30pm.  In-person grief & trauma support group.

SOCIAL SUPPORT

Zone Captains Weekly Meetups
Weekly zoom meetups provide valuable social support and connect survivors to pipelines for recovery through peer networks. Connect with them on their website!

Bridges to Well-being / Zone Captains 

FREE Well-Being Groups support the social and emotional needs of fire survivors by reducing isolation post trauma. Facilitated by a mental health clinician, these are not formal therapeutic groups, but are designed to strengthen a group member’s sense of belonging, develop coping skills, and offer education on post traumatic experiences.

CITIZEN/EMERGENCY ALERTS

Everbridge Citizen Alerts
Online Service Everbridge is the free, county-wide citizen alert system for computer and smartphones, giving residents immediate notice of emergencies
PulsePoint
Online Service PulsePoint Respond is a 911-connected app that can immediately inform you of emergencies occurring in your community and can request your help when CPR is needed nearby. Municipalities offering Pulse Point engagement are Jackson County Fire District #5, Medford Fire & Ashland Fire & Rescue.

LEGAL AID

Center for Nonprofit Legal Services
Applicants needing free legal assistance should show up at the office in person.
  • http://cnpls.org/
  • 541-779-7291 or 541-779-7000 (for Seniors)
  • 225 W Main Medford 97501
  • Hours M-Fri 8:30am-5pm, closed 12-1 
Legal Document Center
Legal Services are available (including a Notary Public) and downloadable do-it-yourself kits for legal forms for many legal issues, and a host of other documents for $8 per form, or a sliding scale for those with financial hardship.
Oregon Consumer Justice Department
Online legal advocacy for contractor/dealer fraud issues—such as changing price on a home after a contract has been signed, or abandoning the jobsite.
Oregon Law Center
Oregon Law Center (OLC) provides free legal help to people struggling to make ends meet on matters related to their homes, livelihoods, medical care and physical safety against domestic violence.
Attorney Referral Service
Online referral request & modest means program available. $30 initial consult.
Oregon Disaster Legal Services
Fire survivors have had good results with legal advocacy from ODLS.
Legal Shield Legal Shield
Monthly subscription service to give access to a team of lawyers for various issues.

INSURANCE

Wildfire Insurance Resources
State assistance for wildfire related insurance claims.
United Policyholders
Helps to advocate for fire survivors who experience difficulty with their insurance claim.

ADDICTION

Addictions Recovery Center (ARC)
ARC is a walk-in Clinic offering a wide range of services including Detox, Substance and Gambling Addiction Counseling, Medication, Services, and Domestic Abuse Awareness. Their services can be paid out-of-pocket though scholarships are available to individuals in need.
Alcoholics Anonymous, Medford
Free Addiction Recovery Resource Hub for the Rogue Valley
Allied Health
Opioid addiction recovery support open to both OHP and private insurance.
Kolpia Counseling
Addiction recovery support accepting OHP, Medicaid, and private insurance.
OnTrack Recovery Services
OnTrack is accepting new clients for addiction recovery with flexible, needs-based payment plans.
Options for Southern Oregon (Recovery Program)
Options provides addictions counseling, with bi-lingual/bi-cultural services also available. Individuals of all ages are accepted with OHP, private insurance, or an income-based sliding scale for those without insurance.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/FAMILY SUPPORT

Community Works
Community Works’ Dunn House Project is a free safe place for anyone to stay while learning about options and making a longer-term plan for safety while escaping domestic or sexual violence.
Family Nurturing Center
Domestic violence recovery support, family & parent education, child development support, preschool.
Maslow Project
Family support center helping low-income & at-risk youth and families with counseling, meals, school support, and more.

BUSINESS SUPPORT

SOREDI (Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development Inc.)
$6500 grant for small business owners affected by Alameda Fire.
Rotary Clubs
$6500 grant for small business owners affected by Alameda fire
IDA (Individual Development Account) Grants
Matching funds grant for small business, down payment assistance, or college tuition. Program closed until Fall of 2022.

DOCUMENT REPLACEMENT

A Street Print & Parcel
Free notary for fire survivors.
Oregon Health Authority
Replacement certificates; discount for fire survivors – Birth, death, marriage, domestic partnership, divorce certificates.
SSA
Replacement social security card

OTHER

Help Now! Advocacy Center
Free Legal Aid and Advocacy specializing in dispute resolution with businesses, governmental agencies or other individuals. Utility shut-off negotiation. Disability benefit assistance. Goodwill vouchers available. Walk-ins Mon-Wed, or call for an appointment

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