Welcome to ACCESS
We provide food, warmth, and shelter to promote stability for vulnerable populations.
How We Help Our Community
We provide vital services and resources to families, individuals, children, seniors, Veterans, and people with disabilities so they can live healthy, stable lives.
Our food pantry network provides a variety of fresh and shelf-stable groceries.
Weatherization and utility bill assistance to help lower heating and cooling costs.
Housing & Shelter
Affordable housing, rental assistance, and home ownership assistance.
Do You Need Services?
ACCESS has a wide variety of short and long-term solutions to help you.
Are you a fire survivor and do you need help? Visit our Center for Community Resilience page
Did You Know? Every Year…
ACCESS serves over 76,000 people in Jackson County.
Through partnerships and service, ACCESS provides food, warmth, and shelter to promote stability for vulnerable populations.
EVERY $1 DONATED PROVIDES 4 MEALS FOR LOCAL FAMILIES
Thank You for Caring About Our Community!
Since 1976, we have been serving our Jackson County neighbors – with your generous support.
“We are so very grateful for ACCESS’s help with our rent, and to the generous donor that helped our family get new furniture [after the Almeda fire].”
– Jesus, ACCESS services recipient
Senior Fair 2023
The fair is back providing vital resources for seniors
April 4th, 2023 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Medford Armory, 1701 S. Pacific Highway
What’s Happening with ACCESS
Community Classes, Announcements, Updates, and Stories
The Impact of ACCESS
With the support of thousands of volunteers and donors, ACCESS provides a variety of services to over 75,000 Jackson County residents every year!
Together, we are making a difference. Check out our video about the power of community — and how you and ACCESS help those in need.
“While taking a walk last week, I saw one of your [food] trucks going by. It reminded me of the good work you’re doing in the community. I am grateful to support your work.”
– ACCESS Donor
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“When I tell people that I work at ACCESS, everyone has a story about how ACCESS helped them, their family, or someone they know. I am proud to lead this organization.”
– Carrie Borgen, Executive Director
“A donor once told me that they support ACCESS because our services are where the rubber hits the road in this community.”
– Kellie Battaglia, Advancement Director
“I am passionate about my work here at ACCESS because I believe that safe, stable housing is a basic human right.”
– Melanie Doshier, Support Services Director
“Our Homeownership Center changes lives every day by providing the tools for families to build assets and realize their dreams of homeownership.”
– Joe Vollmar, Housing Director