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Type of Resource LocationGroup Offering ResourceMost Current Resource DescriptionDates AvailableTimes AvailableContact info LinkConfirmation Call DateConfirmation Call NotesConfirmation CallerContent information of resources
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Josephine County
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Childcare
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NationalOregon Department of Education Early Learning DivisionWebsite with FAQ about childcare during the pandemicN/AN/AN/Ahttps://oregonearlylearning.com/COVID-19-Resources/For-Families
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NationalOregon Department of Education Early Learning DivisionThe Employment-Related Day Care program subsidizes the childcare of eligible working low-income families. Eligible families still pay part of the child care cost.N/AN/AN/Ahttps://www.oregon.gov/DHS/ASSISTANCE/CHILD-CARE/Pages/index.aspx
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Josephine CountyOHSU, Oregon Center for Children and Youth with Special NeedsCaCoon is a statewide public health nurse home visiting program. CaCoon nurses help families coordinate care for their children and youth with special health needs.N/AN/A541-474-5325https://www.ohsu.edu/occyshn/cacoon-carecoordination
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OregonOregon Department of Human ServicesHelps people who are either over 60 or have dementia. Includes personal care assistance, chore services, assistive technology devices, adult day care, skilled nursing care, and/or home-delivered meals. All people in this program pay for some of the cost of services.Not sureNot sure855-673-2372https://adrcoforegon.org/consite/explore-oregon-project-independence.php
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Food
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Wolf CreekWolf Creek LibraryWolf Creek Library addresses the needs of low-income individuals that lack a reliable access to affordable, nutritious food. Food pickups are on Fridays and no documentation is required. Free. Fridays1-2:30pm541- 866-2606 102 Ruth Ave , Wolf Creek, OR 97497http://jocofoodbank.org/8-24-2020Not available to answer questions but still active. Updated phone numberDH
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Mental Health & Personal Safety
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NationalShineFree toolkit and text hotline for people struggling with mental health and anxiety during pandemic24/7Text 741741https://www.virusanxiety.com/
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NationalOnline intergroup of alcoholics anonymousWebsite features 1,000+ different online meetings for addicts in need while at homePractically 24/7through websitehttps://aa-intergroup.org/oiaa/meetings/
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Physical Health
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NationalAppleThe COVID-19 app and website allow users to answer a series of questions around risk factors, recent exposure and symptoms for themselves or a loved one. In turn, they will receive CDC recommendations on next stepsN/AN/AN/Ahttps://www.apple.com/covid19
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OregonSalem Health Hospitals and ClinicsIf you suspect you have COVID-19, you can call Salem Health's COVID-19 Triage Line. In addition to providing information, we can help connect you to screening services and virtual visits.UnsureUnsure503-814-0099https://www.salemhealth.org/covid-19
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Rent/Bill Relief
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Rent reliefJosephine CountyACCESS, United Community Action Network24/7541-956-4050https://www.ucancap.org/index.php/what-we-do/affordable-housing/rental-assistance
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Unemplyment ResourcesNationalOregon Employment DepartmentInitial application for pandemic unemployment assistance, for workers (self-employed, etc) not eligable for regular unemployment.(541) 776 - 6060https://govsite-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/mmYWKxa3TqKTTGlkKN5R_PUA%20Application%20-%20English.pdf
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Financial support for immigrants excluded from federal unemploymentOregonOregon Worker Relief Fund, UNETE Center for Farm Worker AdvocacyThe fund provides temporary disaster relief to Oregonians with financial need and who are excluded from the federal unemployment insurance program due to their immigration status.M-F9AM-5PM541-245-1625https://workerrelief.org/find-a-navigator/
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