(541) 779-6691

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Our lobby remains closed for in-person visits.
We can assist virtually by phone and email. Please call (541)779-6691 or email info@accesshelps.org

38th Annual Food for Hope Food & Fund Drive

Our biggest food and fund drive of the year is happening NOW! We are currently collecting non-perishable and canned food to help meet the increased need during the winter months. How can you help?

Learn more: www.accesshelps.org/foodforhope

The Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program is PAUSING accepting applications starting December 1st. Click here for more info >>

To apply for Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program, call (541) 414-0319
Please leave a detailed voicemail and our team will call you back within 7-10 business days to follow up on the application process.

Para solicitar para El Programa de Ayuda al Alquiler de Emergencia de Oregón llame al (541) 414-0319
Deje un mensaje de voz detallado y nuestro equipo le devolverá la llamada en un plazo de 7 a 10 días hábiles para dar seguimiento al proceso de solicitud.

Remember that all the assistance in the Valley is shifting and changing to meet current needs.

Rogue Valley Preparedness and Recovery Hub – COVID-19, local fire, and other emergency information and resources.

Oregon Health Authority – for updated vaccine information and resources. (en español)

ACCESS Center for Community Resilience Logo

Help is currently available to fire impacted households.

The Center for Community Resilience serves as a collaborative space for ACCESS and additional local agencies to support those affected by wildfire. ACCESS is focusing on transitioning Jackson County fire survivors into quality, affordable, and permanent housing.

Learn More about The Center for Community Resilience

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. 

What’s Happening In Our Community

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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