Project Community Connect 2020

Happening in our community since 2009, Project Community Connect is a collaborative of service providers, government agencies, private businesses, and private citizens working together. Our mission is to bring the community together to help individuals and families fulfill their hopes and dreams of a stable, healthy life. FRIDAY, May 29, 2020 Schedule Vendor Set up […]

2020 pitcount

Point in Time Count

We need your help with the annual Point in Time Count to survey and support our neighbors who are homeless! Please note the following training and event schedule. Unless otherwise noted, all these events, including the training sessions, assembly of backpacks, and distribution of supplies (backpacks and surveys) will occur at ACCESS’ Olsrud Nutrition Center […]

What Homeless Families Need To Know

What Homeless Families Need To Know Homeless and in need of educational services for your children? Children in homeless situations have the right to education under the McKinney-Vento Act. Please click on these links for information provided by Maslow Project, the local liaison for McKinney-Vento. In Spanish: http://www.maslowproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/What-Families-Need-to-Know-Homeless-Info-SpanText.pdf In English: www.maslowproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/What-Families-Need-to-Know-Homeless-Info-EngText.pdf

PRESS RELEASE: Jackson County Continuum of Care releases 2019 Point-InTime (PIT) count to identify homelessness in Jackson County.

Medford, July 9, 2019: With the assistance of 75 volunteers, the Jackson County Continuum of Care conducted its annual Point in Time (PIT) Count on January 22, 2019. 712 people experiencing homelessness in Jackson County were identified, a decrease of 2.8% over last year. 37% of those experiencing homelessness were unsheltered, meaning, that they were […]