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Community Class for Potential First Time Homebuyers: Realizing the American Dream

Medford, August 5th 2019: A “Realizing the American Dream” class is being held Saturday, September 7th 2019, from 9:00am to 5:00pm for people who are interested in buying their first home and getting information that can assist them with the home buying process. The class is being held at Rogue Community College in Grants Pass.Interest…Read more…


ACCESS Senior Shoebox Project Hopes for Volunteers This Holiday Season

(Medford, OR) – The annual ACCESS Senior Shoebox Project accepts wrapped gift boxes filled with a variety of fun and usable items until Monday, Dec. 10. This project brings cheer and care to seniors, people with disabilities or shut-ins during the holiday season throughout Jackson County. You can help by donating wrapped filled boxes and…Read more…

ACCESS Helps OHSI Preserve the American Dream

(Jackson & Josephine Counties, OR) – ACCESS announces foreclosure prevention programs available to distressed homeowners throughout Jackson and Josephine Counties, Oregon.  The Oregon Homeownership Stabilization Initiative (OHSI), Home Rescue Program, will provide assistance to Oregon homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage. Designed to help homeowners pay their 1st mortgage, qualified applicants can receive up to 12…Read more…

More than $250,000 in Grant Funding Available for Housing Youth and People Experiencing Homelessness

The Jackson County Homeless Task Force and ACCESS jointly announce the kick-off of the annual Homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) local funding process. The pre-application is due to ACCESS, the Collaborative Applicant, no later than Friday, Aug. 4, 2017. Approximately $252,869 is available for distribution for the FY 2017-18 from the Jackson County CoC, which may…Read more…


ACCESS Appoints New Executive Director Pamela Norr

Pamela joins ACCESS with over 27 years of nonprofit agency and hospital leadership experience, including multiple years in community-based organizations serving seniors and those in need. Born and raised in Pasadena California, Pamela moved to Oregon 12 years ago and has served at Central Oregon Council On Aging, Oregon Rural Healthcare Quality Network, and Fanconi…Read more…