Walk in hours for people currently experiencing homelessness and seeking housing opportunities. An assessment is completed with an Advocate. Assessments take approximately 10 minutes. Assessments are intended to connect people to long term housing options only, not shelter programs. The standardized assessment tool matches the right level of services and housing resources to people experiencing homelessness.
Brown bag program
Food Pantry serving residents of Warm Springs.
Supports tribal members who are low income or have no income. Provides Social Security services help, Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), food distribution, medical gas vouchers (for Indian Health Services referred care, and referrals for other services.
Offers classes, coaching, and programs to strengthen household finances and obtain, maintain, and sustain home ownership. Services: Home buyer education and counseling Foreclosure and reverse mortgage counseling Financial fitness classes and matched savings programs. Additional Locations: additional location hours by-appointment only Redmond 2303 SW 1st Street Redmond, OR 97756 Madras 374 SW 5th Street, Suite B Madras, OR 97741 Prineville 422 NW Beaver Street Prineville OR 97754 LaPine 16405 1st Street La Pine, OR 97739
Provides overnight emergency shelter, meals and clothing to homeless men. Services: Emergency shelter: short term and long term stay Food Showers and laundry services
BestCare is the contracted community mental health program in Jefferson County. Provides mental health assessments to children, families, and adults. Provides counseling and support for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, school-based mental health services, community-based treatment services, and support for young adults in transition.
Food Pantry serving people in need in Jefferson County.
Free academic, vocational, and social skills training in a residential environment for young adults ages 16-24 with limited job skills. Services: High school diploma and GED support, job placement, job training for trades such as landscape gardening, carpentry, culinary arts, and drafting. Eligibility: Must meet federal income guidelines, age requirement, and have a commitment to completing the program.
Help low income families become self-supporting while assisting them in meeting their basic needs. Services: SNAP (food benefits), ERDC (Employment Related Daycare), TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, commonly referred to as the “Cash” or “JOBS” program), TA-DVS (Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors), Work assistance, and Refugee Services.