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Statewide & County Services
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Servicios Estatales y del condado.
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Statewide Services
Servicios Estatales
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Statewide SAMHSA Disaster Distress
Helpline
1-800-985-5990 or by texting TalkWithUS 6674624/7For individuals and families having a difficult time coping with the outbreak and want to seek outside help, mental health supportCallers to the hotline can also connect with counselors in over 100 other languages via 3rd-party interpretation services; they offer direct support for Spanish speakers and deaf/hard of hearing individuals.
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StatewideOR Employment DepartmentCase by Case basis COVID-19 Related Business Layoffs, Closures, and Unemployment Insurance Benefits
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StatewideEmergency loans available for small businesses
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StatewideUnemployment insurance eligibility
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StatewideWork ShareLayoff aversion program can help a business avoid layoff
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StatewideSexual Assault Task Force: Help for Survivors
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StatewideOregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
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StatewideNational Domestic Violence HotlineWe have two options for our Representative Payee clients, mailed checks or use of their assigned prepaid debit card.
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StatewideFamily WizePrescription discount card
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Statewide National Business Emergency Operations Center resource for small businesses and employers planning and responding to the impacts of COVID-19
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Statewide (Jackson Co)National Immigration Legal services/advocates(541) 779-77771974 East McAndrews Rd, Medford, OR 97504Domestic Violence Victims, Farm workers, Human Trafficking Survivors, Individuals who are not in legal immigration status, Individuals with physical/mental disabilities, Juveniles, Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender, Torture survivors

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"Portland Metro Area

área metropolitana de Portland"
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Clackamas County - Clackamas Service Center 503-771-79148800 SE 80th Ave Portland, OR 97206Anyone - services can be accessed annonymouslyfood, showers, mail services, medical and dental care
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MulthnomahImpact NW50372117401785 NE Sandy Blvd. #200 Portland OREarly Childhood and Family Services, Youth and Family Services, Housing and Safety Net Services, Senior Services, SUN Community Schools, Slavic Community Services
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Portland basedKBOO Coomuniy RadioResources list for several types of services and networking all related to fight off the COVID-19
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Central/ Willamette Valley

Valle Central / Willamette Valley
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WoodburnPCUN(503) 982-0243300 Young St
Woodburn, OR 97071
Oregon Farm workers. They support mostly immigrants Spanish speakers. They are well connected with the farmer and Latino communities.Spanish, English
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EugeneHomes for Good(541) 682-3755177 Day Island Road, EugenePublic housing and rental assistance
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EugeneMeals on Wheels541-682-3353Aging & Disability Resource Center Also serves Springfield, Cottage Grove, Creswell, Oakridge, Junction City, Veneta and Florence.
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EugeneAging & Disability Resource Connection 541-682-4283LCOG, 859 Willamette St., Eugene Suite 500Adult Protective Services, Advocacy, Caregiving, Food & Nutrition, Medical Assistance, Oregon Money Management Program, Oregon Project Independence, Senior Meals
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EugeneCenter for Community Counseling541-342-84371465 Coburg Rd.Counseling for the uninsured on a sliding scale donation, $1-50
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EugeneCenter for Family Development541-346-0923HEDCO Clinic, 1655 Alder St. Suite 170Sliding scale payments available
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Douglas CoUmpqua Valley Disabilities Network541-672-6336736 SE Jackson St., Rosburg, Oregondisabiled resident of Douglas County Offers: ADA Issues resolutions;support groups; individual and systems advocacy; transition Services; independent skills learning; employment services; employee/employer mediation
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Centro / Este de Oregón
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Baker CountySalvation Army 2505 Broadway Street Baker City, OR 97814UnrestrictedElectrical Assistance
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Baker County Community Connection of Northeast Oregon - Baker County2810 Cedar Street Baker City, OR 97814Low-income residents. Additional eligibility requirements vary by program.Electrical & Rent Assistance
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Crook CountyNeighborImpact(541) 548-23802303 SW 1st Street, Redmond, OR 97756
NeighborImpact provides a diversity of services that not only meet basic human needs for food and shelter, but also enrich people’s lives by providing access to increased education, skills, and hope for the future. Our services assist people to become more independent and self-sufficient, recognizing there is a continuum of support that all people need throughout their life.
NeighborImpact was created in 1985 to represent and serve economically disadvantaged residents of Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Our mission is to support people and strengthen communities.
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Deschutes CountyNeighborImpact(541) 548-23802303 SW 1st Street, Redmond, OR 97756
NeighborImpact provides a diversity of services that not only meet basic human needs for food and shelter, but also enrich people’s lives by providing access to increased education, skills, and hope for the future. Our services assist people to become more independent and self-sufficient, recognizing there is a continuum of support that all people need throughout their life.
NeighborImpact was created in 1985 to represent and serve economically disadvantaged residents of Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Our mission is to support people and strengthen communities.
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Harney CountySenior & Community Services Center(541) 573-602417 South Alder Avenue, Burns, OR 97220
As a community partner, we provide services to seniors, disabled, low- income individuals and veterans, to improve the quality of their lives; enhancing their independence and self- sufficiency.
Harney County Senior and Community Services Center administers many programs and services in Harney County. We are the Area Aging on Aging agency and administer the Community Action Programs. In addition we are the Veteran’s Service Office and run the County Food Bank. We also provide many other programs and services.
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Lake County Klamath & Lake Community Action Servies(541) 882-3500535 Market Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Offers energy assistance, rental assistance, representative payee, and homeless prevention services.
Our team will be on site but we are limiting all in-person interactions to mitigate the risk of widespread illness to our clients. Please call 541-882-3500 for program information or referrals to other resources.
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Umatilla CountySalvation Army & Helping HandSalvation Army--541-276-3369 Helping Hand--541-276-3418Available in the linkCase by case basisElectric Service Payment AssitanceEnglish, Spanish available with request.
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Umatilla CountyCAPECO541-276-3418 Food boxes/laundry vouchers: Unrestricted Prescription assistance: Must have a written or phoned-in prescription from Walmart or Safeway Rent assistance: Must be facing immediate eviction, potential homelessness, or experiencing homelessnessEnglish & Spanish
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Umatilla/Morrow CountyHead StartUmatilla County Commission on Children and Families 541-278-6291Depends on the resource needed. The link is to services that range from: Counciling, Food & Shelter, Child Care, Medical, ect.Link to MANY different resources in Umatilla/Morrow Co: https://umchs.com/wp-content/uploads/Parent_Resources_List.pdfMultiple Languages available on the website.
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Union CountyCOMMUNITY CONNECTION OF UNION COUNTY541-963-75321504 Albany Street Union County Senior Center La Grande, OR 97850-2621Low-income residents. Additional eligibility requirements may vary by program.Rent & Electric Payment Assistance
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Wallowa CountyCOMMUNITY CONNECTION OF WALLOWA COUNTY541-426-3840702 NW 1st Street Wallowa County Senior Center Enterprise, OR 97828Low-income residents. Additional eligibility requirements may vary by program.Rent & Electric Payment Assistance
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Southern Oregon
Sur de oregon
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Jackson county United way of jackson county541-773-533960 Hawthorne St Medford, OR Jackson county residents only, priority for meeting basic needs and childcare, must show proof of need due to Coronavirus Application available on website. Up to $350 for individuals. Also have another grant up to $1000 for organizations working on assistance.
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Jefferson CountyNeighborImpact(541) 548-23802303 SW 1st Street, Redmond, OR 97756NeighborImpact provides a diversity of services that not only meet basic human needs for food and shelter, but also enrich people’s lives by providing access to increased education, skills, and hope for the future. Our services assist people to become more independent and self-sufficient, recognizing there is a continuum of support that all people need throughout their life.NeighborImpact was created in 1985 to represent and serve economically disadvantaged residents of Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Our mission is to support people and strengthen communities.
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Klamath CountyKlamath & Lake Community Action Servies(541) 882-3500535 Market Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601Offers energy assistance, rental assistance, representative payee, and homeless prevention services.Our team will be on site but we are limiting all in-person interactions to mitigate the risk of widespread illness to our clients. Please call 541-882-3500 for program information or referrals to other resources.

KLCAS is coordinating with public health and has been actively following a protocol to prevent the spread of communicable diseases, including COVID-19. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our community and committed to maintaining business operations at this time.
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Coast Area
Area Costal
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Coos CoOregon Coast Community Action541-43570801855 Thomas Ave., Coos Bay, Or 97420
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Yamhill CountyYamhill Community Action Partnership (YCAP)503-472-0457 or 1-855-216-5289 (Toll Free)
For the Hearing Impaired, Oregon Relay 711
1317 NE Dustin Court
McMinnville, OR 97128
vary depending on service needs. energy and heating bills, financial assistance, food, and wider community/county services
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Curry CoCurry County Community Health-Brookings541-813-2535/crisis hotline: 877-519-9322; after hours medicals services: 541-618-4691615 5th St., Brookings, OR 97415offers after hours medical services;provides mental health and addition services; youth mental health services; supportive housing;crisis assessment and intervention services
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Noroeste de Oregon
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