As Jackson County’s Community Action Agency, we are deeply disturbed by the death of George Floyd and the continued senseless killings of Black and African American people. ACCESS values and serves all members of our community, and we abhor any attacks on people of color in this country. ACCESS is inclusive of all people and is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are founded on the principles of humanity, respect and equity and condemn racism in all of its forms. Systemic racism must end. Through our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team, ACCESS will continue to stand with those working to eradicate racism in our system and will work with our community to recognize and end racism and discrimination. 




*Updated 07/09/20*

To better serve our community effective July 1st, 2020 ACCESS is changing its service hours.

New Hours

Monday – Thursday: 7:30 am to 6:00 pm

Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Our lobby remains closed for in-person visits. We are able to assist by phone and email. For assistance please call 541-779-6691 or email info@accesshelps.org

For rental assistance: Please call the COVID-19 rental assistance line at 541-414-0308. You may also visit our rental assistance page  

For energy assistance: Please call 541-779-9020. You may also visit our energy assistance page to book an appointment online


Our Medical Equipment Loan Program is closed until further notice


ACCESS Food Pantries

ACCESS has reopened some of its Medford pantries on a drive-thru basis. Please see the list below. 

This may change so please check back daily. Walk-Up services are still available, please follow social distancing guidelines.


Temporary Pantry List (Updated 06/23/20)

Location: Day: Time City: Address:
Applegate Food Pantry    Monday 11:30am- 1pm Applegate/Ruch Ruch School, 190 Upper Applegate
Eagle Point Food Pantry Monday 4pm-5:30pm Eagle Point 42 Alta Vista Rd, Eagle Point
First Christian Church  Monday 12pm -2pm Medford 1900 Crater Lake Ave, Medford
Salvation Army Pantry   Mon, Tue, Thur, Friday 1pm -3pm Medford 922 N. Central , Medford
Rogue Family Center       Tuesday 1pm – 4pm White City 3131 C, White City
West Medford Pantry       Tuesday 2pm – 4pm Medford 750 N Columbus Ave, Medford
Rogue River Community Center    Tuesdays 10am – 11:45am Rogue River 132 Broadway Rogue River
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
Wednesdays 9am-11am Medford 140 N Oakdale, Medford
ACCESS Free Mobile Market (View Map) Wednesdays 10am-12pm Medford 2020 Cardinal Way (Currently on the corner of Cardinal and Aviation) (View Map)
Medford Community Services   Wednesday



Medford 1900 Greenwood St, Medford
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Thursdays



Central Point 745 N 10th St, Central Point
Shady Cove Community Center   Thursday 10am -12pm Shady Cove 22465 OR-62, Shady Cove
Talent Food Pantry   Thursday 12pm – 2pm Talent 206 Main St Talent
ACCESS Free Mobile Market – Ashland Snowberry Brook    Thursday 3:30pm-5:30pm Ashland Snowberry Brook, 2261 Villard St , Ashland
God’s Food Pantry     Friday 8:30am-11:30am Medford 1032 West Main St, Medford
Prospect Food Pantry     2nd & 4th Friday 12pm – 2pm Prospect 471 Mill Creek Dr, Prospect
Butte Falls Food Pantry at the Landing   2nd  & 4th Friday 3pm – 5pm Butte Falls 800 Laurel Ave, Butte Falls
Gold Hill Christian Center Saturday 9am-12pm Gold Hill 775 5th Ave, Gold Hill


We ask that you call the ACCESS main office at (541) 779-6691 (Monday-Friday 8-am 5pm)  to verify hours prior to going to the pantry.

Get Assistance

ACCESS helps provide food, warmth, and shelter for residents of Jackson County. If you or someone you know are in need of assistance get in touch, our team members are here to help. 


With a volunteer base of over 1,200 community members, your dedication allows access to help provide essential services to over 52,000 Jackson County residents. 


Your donations make a direct impact in Jackson County. Each dollar donated equals 4 meals for local families. 

Learn More About The Film

This film is a tribute to the selfless team who provides such caring, committed support to those in Jackson County who are in need of food warmth and shelter. 

What’s Happening In Our Community

2018-2019 Community Impact

33% Who were fed, warmed, or sheltered were children

52,497 people were served by ACCESS in Jackson County

4,938,166 pounds of food distributed to Jackson County

  • Pounds of Food

1,200 Loyal Volunteers Donated Over 60,000 Hours