Housing Navigators help wildfire survivors find a stable home

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Housing Navigators help wildfire survivors find a stable home

Get help finding an apartment, paying rent, and more Housing Navigators work to help 2020 wildfire survivors move into short-term or permanent housing as quickly as possible. They will help you search for housing and connect you with resources to make…

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Temporary Emergency Accommodations Allowed within the City of Talent - Document Posted

posted over 1 year ago by RVCOADjst from United Way of Jackson County
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The City of Talent is permitting emergency accommodations such as RV's, tents, yurts, etc.. This document is the declaration of this which describes the allowances the City plans to make.

Go to the Documents section on the front page of this website - scroll down to the "Documents" button on…

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State of Oregon Wildfire Damage Housing Relief

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Notice: Program has limited funds. You will be placed on a waiting list. OHCS was directed by the 78th Oregon Legislative Assembly to develop, implement and administer the Wildfire Damage Housing Relief Account Program to assist households of lower income that suffer a loss of housing due to a wildfire.

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ACCESS TEMPORARY HOUSING HELP MATCH English and Espanol

posted over 1 year ago by RVCOADjst from United Way of Jackson County
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For Those Seeking Temporary Housing & Those Wanting to Provide Temporary Housing We (ACCESS) have created this Housing Connection Portal to help connect those who have homes or rooms to share and work to match with those who have been displaced by the local fires.

ACCESS staff will work to…

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Hearts With A Mission has open beds at no charge for youth from 10-17 who have been displaced by the fire.

posted over 1 year ago by bhague from Hearts With A Mission
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Our youth shelters in Medford and Grants Pass have space for youth from 10-17 years old who have been displace by the fires. The shelters can provide a safe place for youth to sleep, shower, eat and have monitored online school access.

Contact us at 541-646-7385 or for more information…

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