Oregon Resources List Under Development

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Organization: WorkSource Oregon
Phone Number: 541-997-1913
Address: 3180 Hwy 101 N Florence, OR 97439
Website: http://www.workinginoregon.org
Resource Need: Employment or Job Skills Training
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


Located out of Douglas County: WILL PROVIDE SERVICES TO REEDSPORT: Job placement, vocational & job counseling, unemployment benefits registration



Organization: Alcoholics Anonymous
Phone Number: AA Hotline 888-203-1432 CB/NB 541 269 3265
Address: Multiple Cities/Addresses. Please see Website or call for locations
Website: http://district8or.wixsite.com/district8or
Resource Need: Recovery and Addiction
County Served: Coos
Douglas
Additional Information:


Meetings available @ multiple locations in Reedsport, Gardiner, Winchester Bay, Coos Bay and North Bend. NOT BANDON

Reedsport classes for women only. See Gardiner or Winchester Bay for men’s classes.

CB/NB Multiple meetings most days. Meetings most days of the week.  



Organization: Alcoholics Anonymous
Phone Number: AA hotline for Bandon (541) 347-1720
Address: Holy Trinity Catholic Church 355 oregon ave. Bandon, Oregon
Website: http://www.aa-district30-area58.org/
Resource Need: Recovery and Addiction
County Served: Coos
Additional Information:


Not for Coos Bay or North Bend. Services for Bandon and other southern coos cities. Multiple meetings most days. Meetings most days of the week.



Organization: Great Afternoons
Phone Number: 541-271-5283
Address: 2605 Longwood Drive Reedsport, OR 97467
Website: http://www.orcca.us/great-afternoons
Resource Need: After School Activities and Youth Programs
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


REEDSPORT ONLY Mainly child care with activities. Ages 6 weeks-6th Grade. Great Afternoons is the only sliding-scale daycare service in the Reedsport area. Great Afternoons enables many parents to better support their families, seek higher education or other methods that can improve their lives, and the lives of their children.


Hours 7am-6pm Mon-Fri

Aged 3-6

This program provides kindergarten readiness, socialization, and age appropriate activities year-round.

Grade k-6

A school age program for grades K-6, that offers homework help, reading, tutoring, nutritious snacks, companionship and positive role modeling for children of parents who are working or going to school. This program also provides full time childcare for children ages 3-12 and summer school classes for school age children when school in not in session. The program allows parents to feel secure that their children are in a safe and positive environment after school, and before the end of their work or school day.



Organization: Reedsport Senior Center
Phone Number: 541-271-4884
Address: 460 Winchester Ave. Reedsport, 97467
Website:
Resource Need: Other
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


REEDSPORT ONLY: no website available 

Hours: Mon-Fri 9-3 (varies sometimes)

Lunch Tue, Thurs., Fri @11:45am. Seniors only. $3 or free if can’t afford it. 

Bingo Wed 1pm (older than 18) 

Painting Mondays 9-12 Free. 

Pottery Thursdays lunch to close   

 Free access to computers, wifi, computer help, free puzzles, free books, free loan of medical equipment (wheelchair, crutches, more), pool table (25c a game), connection to resources, activities and events, good source for educational resources



Organization: LIHEAP
Phone Number: 1-800-301-8226
Address:
Website: http://www.ucancap.org/
Resource Need: Energy Assistance
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5. 

Call and let them know you are in Reedsport. Reedsport residents should never have to travel to Roseburg. All paperwork should be able to be done at the Family Resource Center. Funds not always available for regular or emergency assistance. Contact UCAN or family resource center to schedule for LIHEAP



Organization: LUMA
Phone Number: 541-662-0926
Address: 120 S 20th Street Reedsport, OR
Website:
Resource Need: Energy Assistance
Rental Assistance
Other
County Served: Douglas
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REEDSPORT RESIDENTS ONLY: no website

Applications Available at Project Blessings Food pantry.

Hours: Tue, Wed, Thurs 1-3.

 Low-income only, walk in or call for info. Emergency Funding for Electric, Rent, and SOME other.  Application takes up to 72 hours. Once per year.



Organization: AARP Food Pantry
Phone Number: 541-271-3235
Address: Corner of Railroad and Greenwood
Website:
Resource Need: Food Assistance
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


REEDSPORT ONLY: no website

Painted Building at Hernderson Park

Hours:  Thursday 11am-2p.m

Must have proof of income. Eligibility is based on monthly income and number in household




Organization: Waterfall Clinic
Phone Number: 541-751-7842
Address: 1890 Waite, Suite 3, North Bend
Website: http://wfall.org/
Resource Need: Healthcare Services
Mental Health
County Served: Coos
Douglas
Additional Information:


REEDSPORT and COOSBAY (will provide services to BANDON, but is not the closest option).

Hours Mon-Wed 8-7. Thurs-Fri 8-5

Sliding scale on medical issues for men, women, and children who have no medical insurance. Medicare , Oregon Health Plan/Medicaid , Private Insurance and patients without health insurance. Mammograms, counseling, medical. 



Organization: Project Blessing
Phone Number: 541-662-8001
Address: Hwy 101 & 22nd St Reedsport, OR 97467
Website: https://www.facebook.com/projectblessingfoodpantry/?ref=py_c
Resource Need: Food Assistance
Veteran Services
County Served: Douglas
Additional Information:


REEDSPORT ONLY: Next to the skate park. Shopping style pantry: come shop at this food pantry and pick what you want and need.

Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 1am-3pm Friday 11am-1pm

First Tuesday of the Month 1-2: Homeless Vet Assistance