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) 772-0127
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