The resources below will be updated as response efforts change - last updated September 17, 2020 at 2:37 PM.
Ashland is coordinating resources, volunteers and donations with the regional emergency response network through roguevalley.recovers.org.Rogue Valley Recovers is the centralized site for needs, donations, and volunteers. In addition, the City of Ashland has set up a resource and referral line at 541-552-2500 or you can email email@example.com.
It is now possible to have escorted entrance to the closed areas for residents whose homes are still standing. Call and schedule a visit BEFORE going to the Harry and David field. The number to call is 541-613-5194.(The Harry & David Field is located at 2929 S Pacific Hwy, Medford, OR 97501).
Jackson County Expo, 1 Peninger Rd, Central Point: El Expo es el lugar mejor y más seguro para recibir cuidado y servicios. Un “shuttle” (servicio de enlace) correrá a diario de Home Depot en Phoenix al Expo para familias que no tienen transporte.
Access: Haga clic aquí si necesita una vivienda temporal o le gustaría proporcionar una vivienda temporal.
El Tapatío, 1633 Highway 99 (cerca de la venta de carros en Valley View): Ofrece suministros y asistencia a las personas que se encuentran sin hogar.
Northwest Seasonal Workers, 203 N. Oakdale, Medford, 541-773-6811: Ofrece suministros y colectan donaciones.
Unete: Ofrecen ayuda para las personas afectadas. Recolectan y distribuyen fondos para las personas que se encuentran sin hogar, 541-245-1625 o 541-840-9669
Iglesia Living Waters, 360 E Jackson St #5825, Medford: El centro de donaciones en la iglesia Living Waters está abierto de 9 a 5. Ofrece suministros.
Southern Oregon Coalition for Racial Equity, Ayuda económica para el alojamienta de emergencia están ahora disponibles. Si se encuentra sin hogar debido a los incendios y necesita de un alojamiento temporal contactenos en el número (541) 819-0506 o por correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org
Teresa McCormick Center: 2500 S Pacific Hwy (a la izquierda en Bear Creek Corporation Dr - Oficinas de Harry y David); Horario: Las personas afectadas por los incendios de lunes a viernes de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. (ropa, artículos de aseo personal, ropa de cama, equipo de campamento, mochilas y otros artículos básicos); horario general de despensa de alimentos: lunes de 2 p.m. a 4:30 p.m. y jueves 10 am a 1 pm; Por favor, visite nuestra página de Facebook para obtener las últimas noticias del centro. https://www.facebook.com/TeresaMcCormickCenter
La Clínica: Ofrecen servicios médicos y ayudan a inscribirse en el Plan de Salud de Oregon en sus clínicas. También, ofrecen ayuda en español en el Expo de lunes a viernes de 3 pm a 7 pm y ofrece inscripción, programación de nuevos pacientes y visitas virtuales. El Centro de Salud Móvil estará al Expo este miércoles a viernes de 9 am a 4 pm. La clínica de Phoenix está cerrada. Todos los sitios de clínicas regulares (excepto Phoenix) están abiertos en horas hábiles. Llama a 541-618-1300 para hacer citas.GET ASSISTANCE
Rogue Valley Recovers: roguevalley.recovers.org/
Are you in need of assistance? Fill out of the "I Have a Need" form on the Rogue Valley Preparedness Hub.
Ashland Chamber of Commerce: check the Chamber website for a list of Ashland restaurants providing free meals.
OSF Hay Patton Rehearsal Center: Beginning at noon on 9/12, local restaurants will be providing meals to the community at the Hay Patton Rehearsal Center (HPRC) at OSF. The entrance to HPRC is located on Enders Alley, between 1st and 2nd (behind Waterstone). All are welcome. There will be access to wifi and places to charge devices. Masks and social distancing will be required.
Ashland Elks Club: Hot meals are served from 11 AM - 7 PM. The Elks Club is also serving as a day time shelter - 255 E Main St (use the back entrance in the alley).
Free meals for all in Ashland from 11 AM-1:00 PM:
Ashland Middle School - 100 Walker Avenue Ashland, OR
Ashland High School - 201 South Mountain Ave Ashland, OR
Free meals for all in Medford from 11 AM-12:30 PM:
North Medford High School - 1900 Keene Way Dr. Medford, OR
Jefferson Elementary School - 333 Holmes Ave. Medford, OR
Howard Elementary School - 286 Mace Rd. Medford, OR
Jackson Elementary School - 713 Summit Ave. Medford, OR
Oak Grove Elementary School - 2838 W. Main St. Medford, OR
Roosevelt Elementary School - 1212 Queen Anne Ave. Medford, OR
Ashland Christian Fellowship Shelter: 50 W Hersey; Providing day time shelter, food, hot meals and clothing
Breadboard Restaurant: 744 N Main St, Ashland; Free prepared to-go meails to anyone impacted by the fire
Goodwill is receiving donations (more info below), quarantining for safety, and providing free shopping at their stores for people displaced or impacted the fire.
Starting September 12, a limited number of vouchers are available at TC Chevrolet, 2045 Highway 99, Ashland, Mon-Sat, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Vouchers for $50 per family are good at any Goodwill store that is open.
Ashland Goodwill, 639 Tolman Creek Rd. Ashland 541-482-1363, 10 AM-7 PM daily
For families who lost everything and need a lot: Goodwill As-Is Outlet, 4 W 3rd St, Medford, OR 97501, 541- 608-2805, normal hours Tues-Sat, 9:30 AM - 5 PM.
Fire impacted people may take as much as they want for free, no voucher needed.
Ashland Elks Club in addition to accepting donations, the Ashland Elks Club is also distributing supplies from 11 AM - 7 PM, 255 E Main St (use the back entrance in the alley).
Ashland Chamber of Commerce: check the Chamber website for a list of Ashland businesses providing clothes/supplies
Ashland El Tapatio Parking Lot: 1633 OR-99 (near the car dealerships at Valley View)
Ashland Christian Fellowship Shelter: 50 W Hersey; Providing day time shelter, food, hot meals and clothing
Ashland High School: 201 S Mountain Ave, Ashland; Distributing essential supplies available for pick-up 11 AM - 2 PM daily
OSF Carpenter Hall, 44 S. Pioneer Street, Ashland, which is open daily 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 2–8 p.m. Items available for distribution include pet food, personal hygiene products, household items, blankets, toys & clothing
Teresa McCormick Center: 2500 S Pacific Hwy (left on Bear Creek Corporation Dr – Harry and David Offices); Hours: Those affected by the fires Mon-Fri 9 am to 5 pm (Clothing, hygiene, linens, some camping gear, back packs and other basic essentials); For latest updates PLEASE visit our FB page!! https://www.facebook.com/TeresaMcCormickCenter
Rogue Valley Recovers: roguevalley.recovers.org/ Are you in need of assistance? Fill out of the "I Have a Need" form on the Rogue Valley Preparedness Hub.
Ashland Elks Club: 255 E Main (use the back entrance in the alley);The Elks Club is offering day time shelter from 8 AM - 7PM. There are places to sit, public use computer(s), free wifi & hot meals are served from 11 AM - 7 PM
SOU Student Rec Center: 1465 Webster St; Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. for all who need respite and support in an air-conditioned facility, with bathrooms, water, food and WiFi available.
Ashland Christian Fellowship Shelter: 50 W Hersey; Providing day time shelter, food, hot meals and clothingHOUSING Info
Please see emergency shelter information below for immediate needs
Access Hotel Vouchers: Access has a dedicated fire relief hotline and can assist with hotel vouchers on a case by case basis: Call (541) 414-0309 or email email@example.com
Call all shelters to confirm if space is available
Medford's First Presbyterian, 85 S Holly St, Medford - Contact Pastor Christine at (541) 944-8545.
New Life Church of the Nazarene, 1974 E McAndrews Rd, is open to shelter families displaced from the fires. Please contact the Church for availability information. Phone: (541) 779-7777
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2305 Taylor Rd, Central Point - Running an evacuation shelter in coordination with the Red Cross. Call 541-664-2050.
Jackson County Fairgrounds, 1 Peninger Rd, Central Point - Jackson County has established a full-service evacuation center at the Jackson County EXPO with crisis management support, medical care, care for Seniors, bilingual support, food, showers, cots/bedding, etc. for those folks who have no other option for safe housing. Transportation is available.
Jacksonville Presbyterian Church, 425 Middle Street. Indoor Shelter available on 9/11/2020. Please see website: https://www.jvillepres.org/ or call 541-899-1287 for shelter availability.
Evans Valley Creek Community Center, 8205 E Evans Creek Rd, Rogue River. Space for 50 people. Call 541-582-6006. Trailers, RVs, tents and indoor shelter available. Meals and toiletries are available.
Grants Pass (check each location for availability):
Edgewater Christian Fellowship, 101 Assembly Cir, Grants Pass. Space for 50 people. Call 541- 474-7172.
Allendale School, 2320 Williams Hwy, Grants Pass, OR 97527
Josephine County Fairgroundsfor evacuees with livestock, 1451 Fairgrounds Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97527
Parkway Christian Center, 229 NE Beacon Dr, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Grants Pass High School, 830 NE 9th St, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Grants Pass Shopping Center parking lot, 108th Ave NE, Grants Pass, OR 97526
Gladiola School, 1137 SE Gladiola Dr, Grants Pass, OR 97526
RVTD Expo Shuttle: RVTD is running the following routes to and from the Jackson County Expo. Passengers should look for a Valley Lift paratransit van with the RVTD logo on the side. The shuttles run Monday through Saturday every 30 minutes between 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM and again at 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM.
Central Point shuttle- runs between the Expo and Central Point Albertson's/Goodwill on Freeman Rd. The Route 40 serves this shopping center. Anyone wanting to get to the Expo should get off the Route 40 at the stop on Freeman Rd. and walk to the Goodwill to wait in front for the shuttle.
South Gateway Medford shuttle- runs between the Expo and the S.Gateway Walmart and also the S. Medford Goodwill. The S. Walmart is served by the 1X and the S. Medford Goodwill is served by the Route 24. Anyone wanting to get to the Expo needs to wait in front of either store.
National Disasert Distress Helpline: 1.800.985.5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselorMail/Voting
Mail, USPS: USPS mail is being re-routed and held at the Medford Post Office at 173 Ehrman Way, Medford. Check here for updated on when the Talent and Phoenix locations re-open: US Post Office Residential Disruptions
United Way Fire Fund: unitedwayofjacksoncounty.org/give
The United Way of Jackson County has launched a Fire Fund that will be geared toward longer-term recovery for families impacted by the fire. The United Way will use an application process to cover direct expenses related to families’ losses.
Rogue Credit Union's Southern Oregon Fire Relief Fund: roguecu.org/community/donate
Rogue Credit Union will match up to $50,000 in relief donations for people impacted by the Alameda and Obenchain fires. Donations will go to the Southern Oregon Chapter of the American Red Cross and are designated specifically for assisting impacted families and rebuilding our communities.
Unete: The community of immigrant farm workers in Rogue Valley were severely impacted by the fires. Unete, the center for farm worker and immigrant advocacy, has identified more than 60 families and is collecting donations to be used towards rent, utilities, and food.
Ashland Schools Foundation: The Ashland Schools Foundation is coordinating fundraising and financial relief for Ashland School District (ASD) families and staff who lost their homes in the Almeda Fire. 10% of ASD families and many staff live outside of Ashland, many in Talent/Phoenix. Donations can be made via:Text "ASSIST" to 72572 or by visiting: asf.salsalabs.org/asd-fire-assistDONATE SUPPLIES/VOLUNTEER
Rogue Valley Recovers: roguevalley.recovers.org
This website organized by the Jackson County United Way is the hub for donating items and volunteering to assist in relief efforts.
Jackson County EXPO: is no longer accepting donations of goods and supplies
Ashland Good Will:639 Tolman Creek Rd, 541-482-1363, 10 am - 7 pm. Take donations of clothing, towels, bedding and home furnishings directly to any Goodwill drop off site that is open. (They do not accept food, pet food, hygiene products, or diapers.) The site will be closed depending on air qualityl Call ahead to be sure.
Ashland High School: 201 S Mountain Ave, 9 am - 11 am
Elks Club: 225 E Main St (use back alley door to basement), 10 am - 7 pm, please do not bring furniture
OSF: OSF volunteers have set up a donation center at Carpenter Hall, 44 S. Pioneer Street, Ashland, which is open daily 10 a.m.–1 p.m. and 2–8 p.m. Thank you to all who have donated—we’re humbled by the outpouring of support. If you are local, please check this OSF Donations Central page to find out needs before donating.
Home Depot: 3345 N Phoenix Rd, Phoenix (Access via the I-5 Exit to Phoenix): Accepting towels, duffel bags, luggage, laundry soap, dish soap, cleaning supplies, toiletries, hand sanitizer, paper towels, TP, and snacks (No clothing please).
LOCATE MISSING ANIMALS
Oregon Department of Agriculture has launched a website to help owners reunite with animals displaced due to wildfires. If you know someone who is missing an animal - or are caring for one but do not know who their owner is, visit RogueValley.Recovers.org.