COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR YOUTH
***If you are experiencing a crisis and need to talk with someone right away: Jackson County Crisis Line, 541-774-8201
NAMI of Southern Oregon:
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) provides resources to people living with mental illness, as well as their family, friends, and supporters. NAMI of Southern Oregon offers free 8-week online classes, support groups, and presentations: more information here.
211info.org is your primary resource for non-emergency support for food, shelter, employment, health, and many other services. You can contact 2-1-1 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 2-1-1 from your phone or by visiting their website.
The Maslow Project is a one-stop resource center that ensures immediate basic needs such as food, clothing, and hygiene supplies are met. They provide goal-oriented, wrap around support services to homeless children, ages 0-21, and their families throughout Southern Oregon. Call (541)608-6868
Family Nurturing Center:
The Family Nurturing Center (FNC) is a community-based non-profit child abuse and neglect prevention and intervention program serving high risk families with children under age six. For more information call (541)779-5242
The Community Action Agency for Jackson County – working to mitigate poverty by providing food, shelter, warmth and other essential services to low income children, families, seniors, and people with disabilities. Call (541)779-6691, Ext. 365
Strengthens lives and community through prevention, support services, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and at-risk youth and their families. Call (541)779.4357
Hearts with a Mission:
Serves homeless and at-risk youth by providing shelter, educational support, mentoring and transition planning with a faith-based approach in Grants Pass and Medford. Call (541)646-7385
provides mental health services to youth and young adults. Call (541) 956-4943
Options for Southern Oregon
serves people of all ages in our community who have mental health needs. Our holistic approach addresses housing, advocacy, community integration, crisis intervention, therapy, co-occurring issues, education, work, and economic well-being. (541) 476-2373