We will continue to adapt to the evolving needs of our community to ensure that we continue to provide food, warmth and shelter to Jackson County.
Our Response to COVID-19
Our Commitment To Serve
The health and safety of our neighbors, team members, and all those we serve is our top priority. As an organization, we are carefully and continually monitoring developments related to the COVID-19/new coronavirus and its impact across our service area. We are constantly monitoring and honoring advice both through Jackson County Health and Human Services, the Oregon Health Authority and the CDC.
Governor Brown issued an executive order in which she made a request of all Oregonians: Stay Home. Save lives. Our public health experts and experts across the state and country believe this week is a critical week to try and bend the curve of COVID-19 in our communities.
We will continue to adapt to the evolving needs of our community to ensure that we continue to provide food, warmth and shelter to Jackson County. Please visit www.accesshelps.org for up to date information.
We take our role as the Community Action Agency very seriously and care about our team and those we serve. We want to assure you that we’re taking appropriate and necessary measures to ensure the continuation of services that provide food, warmth, and shelter to those in Jackson County to the best of our abilities.
In addition to following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and regional health organization recommendations, we’ve taken a number of additional precautions to preserve health and safety, including discouraging non-essential business travel, postponing large events, and encouraging social distancing through eliminating face to face meetings wherever possible. We are also taking all sanitation and cleaning recommendations very seriously.
Thank you for supporting ACCESS and allowing us the honor of supporting the community. Our goal is to be able to continually serve as much as we can throughout this difficult and confusing time. We believe we will get through this together as a community and emerge stronger by the bravery and generosity of volunteers, our amazing team, and our community partners.
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
We encourage you to call us at 541-779-6691 for up to date information. You can also email us by clicking below.
Support Our Response Efforts
Your donations make a direct impact in Jackson County. Each dollar donated equals 4 meals for local families.
Note: This link take you to our Network For Good donation page.