Public Resources

Dear Jackson County Community,

Our agency wants to ensure that you obtain the most essential resources for local wildfire information and disaster relief. Whether you personally experienced a loss or are simply seeking information, we will keep you up-to-date.

Please also visit ACCESS' website at for an extended list.

The last day to apply for FEMA assistance is

November 30th, 2020!

You can apply in person at

Central High School, 815 S. Oakdale Ave. in Medford

Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. –


Or call Central High School at (541) 842-3669

Find out more information from FEMA here:

FEMA Recovery Update – English

Recuperación al día de FEMA – Español

To contact FEMA, call 1 (800) 621-3362

Need assistance appealing a denial of benefits with FEMA?

Click here to see what lawyers are available to help.

The Oregon Trial Lawyers Association is offering Pro bono (free) assistance and materials to help with wildfire insurance claims.

Click here for more information

Relief Programs

Wildfire Damage Housing Relief Program

Recovering from an unexpected emergency is hard, particularly a lost or damaged home. The Oregon Legislature created the Wildfire Damage Housing Relief program to fill the gaps that FEMA and private insurance can’t cover for very low income Oregonians. The home that was lost or damaged must be the primary residence.

Your Civil Rights and Disaster Assistance – Sus derechos civiles y asistencia en caso de desastre