LAKE 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 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.
Lake County: www.facebook.com/lake.county.Take.Root.Parenting.Hub
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.
A resource for COVID-19 updates and community information regarding closures and services. Visit www.lakecountyor.org.
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.
211info Child Care provides free, customized referrals to child care providers and strategies for finding quality child care in Oregon. Visit www.211info.org/family.
Provides food for individuals and families. Visit www.klamathfoodbank.org/index.php.
Provides community resources. Call 541-882-3500 for program information or referrals. Applications for rental and energy bill assistance are currently being accepted. Visit www.klcas.org.
Lake District Wellness Center is a team of service professionals partnering with the community, families, and individuals to improve the mental and behavioral health of Lake County citizens. For more details visit www.lakehealthdistrict.org/lake-district-wellness-center.