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Help is currently available to fire-impacted households.

The ACCESS Center for Community Resilience can help fire-impacted households find housing, learn about housing options, and get connected with other community resources to help with their recovery journey.

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Request for Proposals & Funding Opportunity

Request for Proposals – Trauma Informed Care Professional Training Services

Posted 8.5.22

RFP submissions are open. ACCESS seeks proposals to provide a trauma informed care training program to all employees within the organization. The program will educate all ACCESS employees on the impact of trauma on our clients and promote cultural and organizational change in responding to such participants and their families. …Read more…

Notice of Funding Opportunity – 2022 Continuum of Care Competition

Posted 8.5.22

The Jackson County Continuum of Care (CoC) announces the local competition for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding as outlined in HUD’s FY22 Continuum of Care Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Any agency or organization within Jackson County may apply for funding. …Read more…

Get Assistance

ACCESS helps provide food, warmth, and shelter for residents of Jackson County. If you or someone you know are in need of assistance, get in touch. Our team members are here to help. 

Volunteer

With a volunteer base of over 1,200 community members, your dedication allows access to help provide essential services to over 52,000 Jackson County residents. 

Donate

Your donations make a direct impact in Jackson County. Each dollar donated equals 4 meals for local families. 

ACCESS Events & News

2022 Continuum of Care Competition

PROJECTS ACCEPTED 2022 CoC Program Competition: Projects Accepted Six projects were submitted to the CoC for consideration by the September 7, 2022, deadline. The Rating and Ranking Subcommittee of the CoC accepted all seven projects: Domestic Violence Bonus Project: Community Works Domestic Violence Renewal Project: Community Works New Rapid Re-Housing Project: On Track Renewal Project:…Read more…

Notice of Funding Opportunity – 2022 Continuum of Care Competition

Posted 8.5.22 The Jackson County Continuum of Care (CoC) announces the local competition for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding as outlined in HUD’s FY22 Continuum of Care Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO). Any agency or organization within Jackson County may apply for funding. However, the proposed project must address the…Read more…

The Story of Impact

In 2019, ACCESS partnered with a local film company to create an emotionally impactful video that communicates the importance of the services ACCESS provides and how it makes a difference every day in the lives of our neighbors in Jackson County. The 6-minute film features vignettes of actual client stories as portrayed by ACCESS team members.

Video Credit: KOBI-TV NBC5

Video Credit: KOBI-TV NBC5

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