Wildfire Information and Community Resources
Rogue Valley Rebuilds Website
Jackson County has created a website for official recovery information and is available at RogueValleyRebuilds.org. Aimed at those affected by the Ameda and Obenchain fires, the website brings together information from multiple organizations involved in the rebuilding effort.
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OREGON WILDFIRE RESOURCES
FREE MEAL SITES
COMMUNITY RESOURCE ORGANIZATIONS
- United Way of Jackson County: 541-773-5339
- Unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org to sign up if you need help or can offer help. You can also go to your nearest First Interstate bank to donate.
- Jackson County Salvation Army
- Maslow Project: 541 608-6868
- Medford Gospel Mission: 541-779-1597
- American Red Cross-541-779-3773
- Dial 211-provides assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing childcare or other essential services. You can also visit www.211.info.org/ for more information
- Options for Helping Residents of Ashland (OHRA) community resource center. Provides assistance to low-income, homeless and at-risk individuals and families. Contact at 541-631-2235 or https://helpingashland.org/services/resource-guides/
- The American Red Cross has activated the Northwest Response Fund to help Oregon and Washington residents who are affected by the wildfires across the region. Donations will go to families that have been displaced or impacted by the active and growing wildfires: Donate here.
- United Way of Jackson County Fire Fund: roguevalley.recovers.org and Unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org to sign up if you need help or can offer help. You can also go to your nearest First Interstate bank to donate.
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