Battered Persons Advocacy and Oasis Women’s Shelter
24-hour helpline, crisis intervention, peer support advocacy, resource referrals,
emergency services, support groups, speaker’s bureau and Oasis Shelter—
emergency housing for women and their children in crisis (3 week maximum
stay)—can shelter up to 24 people at one time, transportation, transitional
housing, and legal advocacy. Children’s program for all ages and provides
childcare for children of clients who attend support groups. Domestic abuse
resources for men available.
Sexual Assault Response Team: Helps victims of sexual assault with all
ramifications that result from the assault: medical, emotional, legal. Close step-
by-step support throughout whole process. Support group—call BPA for location and times.
Phone: 541-673-7867 or 541-957-0288 or 1-800-464-6543 (24 hour)
Crisis, Access, and Referral - Bilingual/bicultural counseling and case
management, crisis, access, resource and referral services to Latino youth, alcohol
and drug prevention Provides services to families with children 7 years of age
and older, and singles.
Bilingual Alcohol and Drug Counseling - Provides services to Chicano/Latino community
through DUII Diversion, outpatient, and co-dependency groups.
Los Ninos - Provides services to families with children under 6 years of age in the
Chicano/Latino community through case management, emergency housing, pre-
natal and children’s classes; English as A Second Language, (ESOL), and
women’s support group. Additional services include a job program and
assistance with housing and vehicles.
Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
Health, employment, education, alcohol/drug referrals, HUD and housing services
for eligible people, Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA counseling and referrals,
Indian Health services, dental clinic (1-877-688-6433). Call for community
outreach program information. Community Food Bank.
Phone: 541-888-9577 or 1-888-280-0726
Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities Services (Disabilities Services Office)
Serves disabled Oregonians under age 65 through medical assistance, food
stamps, in-home care, adult foster care, nursing home, assisted living, residential
care facility, and adult protective services.
Phone: 541-440-3427 or 1-800-548-3381
(The) Fish of Roseburg
Food - Food Pantry (and referrals to local distribution sites)
405 Jerry's Drive,
Roseburg. Monday and Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., Thursday & Friday 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Lodging - Short term stays through local motels (2 night limit).
Medication - Prescription assistance for up to $50.00
for ages 17 and under.
Transportation - Cab fare or bus vouchers for medical emergencies administered by UCAN.
Miscellaneous - Other services provided according to need and resources.
Harm Reduction Center
Community Services: outreach, HIV testing and counseling, computer lab,
services to schools, Sexual Minority Task Force, speakers. Client Services:
emergency funds program, housing assistance program, transportation assistance, needle exchange, and case management. Volunteer
Program, women’s program, and Hepatitis C information and case
Phone: 541-440-2761 or 1-877-440-2761
Housing Authority of Douglas County
Provides affordable housing opportunities for elderly, low-income families and
special needs clients in an environment that offers dignity of client and in a
manner that maintains pubic trust. Programs include rental assistance and low-
rent housing, Family Self Sufficiency Program and income-based IDA Dream Savers Program.
Phone: 541-673-6548 or 1-800-398-0312
Roseburg Rescue Mission
Emergency shelter, meals to all, bible studies, chapel services, discipleship
program, single male transitional housing rooms, food boxes,
furniture, and clothing,
Insured rural housing loans; guaranteed rural housing loans; leverage loans for
rural housing; 504 loan/grant for repairs of homes, and Mutual Self-Help
Program in collaboration with Umpqua Community Development Corporation.
Phone: 541-673-0136 Ext 4
United Community Action Network (UCAN)
Case Management, Housing and Emergency Support Services (CHESS)
Case Management and Housing - Stabilization program provides families and
individuals with the skills needed to empower them to become self-reliant.
Housing counseling for landlord/tenant problems, home
repair assistance, home weatherization measure for low income households,
have listings to help with finding and keeping a rental, development of low-income
housing, transitional housing (up to 2 years of affordable housing with intensive
case management services).
Emergency Support Services - Provides short-term emergency shelter,
rent/mortgage assistance, blankets/clothes/food and personal hygiene items for
families in crisis, utility assistance, energy conservation information, and
community information and referral.
Phone: 541-672-3421 Roseburg or 1-800-301-8226
Umpqua Community Development Corporation
Develop affordable housing for low and moderate income families through new
construction and rehabilitation. Create economic development opportunities for
the families of Douglas, Coos and Curry Counties. Micro-Enterprise
Development and Learning (MEDAL) program helps low-income entrepreneurs
obtain financing and develop skills to initiate businesses. Heartwood ReSources
offers a used building materials retail outlet with deconstruction services. Low or
zero interest loans for homeowners to rehab or repair their homes.
Self-Help housing where low-income residents can build their own home under
our guidance and supervision.
Umpqua Valley Habitat for Humanity
Families are selected on income, willingness to put in 500 hours of “sweat
equity”, and the need to get out of sub-standard housing. The family pays an
interest-free loan to Habitat for the cost of the house, land and skilled labor.
Phone: 541-672-6182 (leave message)
Wolf Creek Job Corps
A residential training program administered by the Department of Labor that
offers career, academic (High School Diploma or GED, as well as college
opportunities) and social skills training to young men and women. Provides basic
medical and dental care, meals, housing cash allowance, sports and recreation, job
placement, and most importantly, the chance to succeed.
Phone: 541-496-8500 or 1-800-588-9003