DOUGLAS COUNTY RESOURCES
A publication of the Douglas Education Service District and the South Central Early Learning Hub.
Not sure where to get services during these difficult times? Community UPLift is still here to help by providing information and referrals to services in our community. Serving families with children 0-5 up to 21 with special needs. Call today: Douglas County – 541-670-5964; Klamath County – 541-880-4655; Lake County – 541-530-4368. Or text uplift1 to 484848 for a link to a referral form, or visit www.community-uplift.com.
TAKE ROOT PARENTING CONNECTION
Parenting support and networking connections to parents of young children throughout Douglas, Klamath and Lake Counties.
Douglas County: www.facebook.com/douglas.county.Take.Root.Parenting.Hub
Klamath County: www.facebook.com/Klamath.County.Take.Root.Parenting.Connection
Lake County: www.facebook.com/lake.county.Take.Root.Parenting.Hub
ASISTENCIA PARA EL DESEMPLEO POR PANDEMIA
ESPAÑOL (SELECCIONE "ESPAÑOL" EN EL MENÚ DESPLEGABLE DE LA PARTE SUPERIOR DERECHA)
The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program provides unemployment benefits to self-employed, contract, and other workers who cannot get regular Unemployment Insurance (UI).
El programa de Asistencia de Desempleo por Pandemias (PUA) proporciona beneficios de desempleo a trabajadores autónomos, contratados y otros trabajadores que no pueden obtener el Seguro de Desempleo (UI) regular.
Families who have experienced significant income loss may have become eligible for free or reduced-price school meals, and there is still time to apply. Apply online at https://www.ode.state.or.us/apps/FRLApp/Default or contact your local school.
211info Child Care provides free, customized referrals to child care providers and strategies for finding quality child care in Oregon. Call or 1-866-698-6155 text "children" or "ninos" to 898211. (TXT211)Visit www.211info.org/family#childcare.
One-stop resource directory to help you locate needed services such as family services, behavioral support, food pantry locations and more throughout the Douglas County community. Visit www.douglas.or.networkofcare.org
Douglas Public Health Network - Local COVID-19 hotline: (541) 464-6550
United Way National hotline: 211 (Free and confidential service that helps people across North America find the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.)
This site is designed to facilitate community preparedness and recovery. Residents can request help or sign up to donate and volunteer. Visit www.roseburgdisaster.recovers.org.
Civil Legal Aid is open by phone at 541-673-1182. If you are a low income person you are welcome to call for representation, legal forms, appointments, legal advice, and information in civil matters. Hablamos español.