KLAMATH COUNTY RESOURCES
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 and 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.
For information about COVID-19 school closures and remote learning visit www.kcsd.k12.or.us.
For information about COVID-19 school closures and remote learning visit www.kfalls.k12.or.us.
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.
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.
Klamath County School District's free meal program for students continues during school closures.
TAKE ROOT PARENTING CONNECTION
Parenting support and networking connections to parents of young children throughout Douglas, Klamath and Lake Counties.
Klamath County: www.facebook.com/Klamath.County.Take.Root.Parenting.Connection
211info Child Care provides free, customized referrals to child care providers and strategies for finding quality child care in Oregon.
National hotline: 211- United Way supports 211, a free and confidential service that helps people across North America find the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Provides services to domestic violence/sexual assault victims. The center offers a 24-hour confidential crisis hotline – 541-884-0390 and a
24-hour Rape Hotline – 541-883-7273. Community partners include: Klamath Tribes Healing Winds – 541-783-2219, Klamath-Lake CARES
541-274-6289 (ages 17 and younger), Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), business office – 541-885-6198, 24-hours hotlines –
541-591-5545 and 1-877-995-5247. Visit www,martashouse.org.
Provides community resources. Call 541-882-3500 for program information or referrals. Applications for rental and energy bill assistance are currently being accepted. Visit .
Provides nonperishable food, blankets/sleeping bags and discretionary outreach funds. For information call 541-884-4053 or visit www.klamathfallsumc.org/outreach.
Provides food for individuals and families. Visit www.klamathfoodbank.org/index.php.
Partners with individuals, families and communities for health, justice and hope. Call 541-883-3471 or visit www.lcsnw.org/office/klamath-falls.
Tribal offices have suspended non-essential services during the COVID-19 restrictions. For updated contact information visit www.klamathtribes.org.
Offers referral services to military personnel and families. To speak with someone call 541-885-6112 or 541-281-2591. For more information visit www.173fw.ang.af.mil/About-Us/Newcomers-Welcome.
For current COVID-19 information visit www.publichealth.klamathcounty.org/1041/7219/2019-Coronavirus.
Community-based effort that improves the health and well-being of Klamath County residents. Visit www.healthyklamath.org.
Offers short-term housing for youth and provides lunches to children 18 and younger. Call 541-884-2319.
Peer support available for youth ages 11- 18.
Provides formula, infant food, diapers and wipes. Call 541-883-4357 or visit www.pregnancyhopecenter.com.
Mental health therapists are available to speak with children and adults.