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Shelters

Community Works

541-779-2393
900 EMain Street
Medford, OR 97504

HELPLINE (Resource Directory and rape crisis hotline)
541-779-4357

Domestic Violence Council
541-774-4988

Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
Services:

The Dunn House - Food, clothing, support, education about domestic violence, safety planning, resource referrals and emergency transportation are available. (541-779-4357)
Eligibility: For women and children who are escaping domestic violence.
Youth Emergency Shelter - Case management, counseling substance abuse treatment available through school, life skills and job search skills. (541-779-2393 X221)
Eligibility: Homeless and runaway youth ages 11-17 that are not a ward of the state.
Treatment Foster care services - Children are placed in foster care homes and also receive case management, counseling, substance abuse treatment through school, life skills and job search skills. (541-973-5293)
Eligibility: Youth ages 13-18 who are not a ward of the state.
Transitional Living Program - Youth that live independently receive assistance with counseling, life skills and job search skills. (541-779-2393 X 223)
Eligibility: Youth ages16-21.
Independent Living Program - Youth receive educational and employment assistance, housing assistance, and life skills training. (541-779-2393)
Eligibility: Youth, 14+ who are or were in foster care need a referral from and must be in the custody of DHS or need to have an open, voluntary case with DHS after ward ship has been dismissed.



Gospel Mission (Men)

541-779-1597
125 W. Jackson St.
Medford, OR 97501

Hours: Check in at any time.
Eligibility: All homeless men, no proof of ID or income required.
Services: Men may stay at shelter for up to 10 days. The shelter provides meals at 8:30am, 12:30pm and 5:00pm, followed by a required chapel service at 7pm. Beds, showers, and counseling available per request.



Gospel Mission (Women)

541-772-2931
534 N. Bartlett St.
Medford, OR 97501

Hours: May check in at any time.
Services: Women and children may stay at shelter for up to 10 days. The shelter provides meals at 8:30am, 12:30pm and 5:00pm. Beds, showers, and counseling available per request. Required chapel services are Mon and Thurs. at 6:30pm.
Eligibility: Homeless women and children.



Hearts with a Mission

541-646-7385
521 Edwards St.
Medford, OR 97501

Hours: 24 hour intake.
Services: Shelter, food, clothing, mentorship and mediation.
Eligibility: Youth ages 12-17 may stay up to 120 days. Must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.



Rogue Valley Chapter Red Cross

541-779-3773
60 Hawthorne St.
Medford, OR 97504

Services: Health and safety classes disaster training, disaster services for those who experience fires or natural disasters, help individuals locate family in military to inform them of emergency situations.
Eligibilty: Anyone who must evacuate their home due to a fire or natural disaster may receive assistance. Classes are open to the public.
Hours: M-TH 9am-4pm, Fri.9am-12pm Fri.



Salvation Army Hope House

541-773-7005
1065 Crews Rd
Medford, OR 97501

Hours: Intake can be done at anytime.
Services: Food, shelter, drug and alcohol treatment, job search assistance, life skills training, parenting classes and anger management.
Eligibility: Any homeless person or family.



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