Help is Available
ACCESS helps provide food, warmth, and shelter for residents of Jackson County. If you or someone you know are in need of assistance, please get in touch at (541) 779-6691. Eligibility requirements apply and vary — please visit program pages for details. Our team is here to help.
Find free food at over 30 food pantries in Jackson County. Not having food is scary. Get groceries, fresh produce, and nutritious meals for yourself or your household.
Find ways to reduce your energy costs, or get help paying an outstanding utility bill. We can help you keep the lights (and your heater) on, and also assist with planning for the future.
Housing & Shelter
If you’re struggling to pay rent or looking for a place to call home, ACCESS can help. Our programs are here to get you into — and keep you in — an affordable and long-term home.
Get the Support You Need
We help low-income individuals, families, children, seniors, Veterans, and people with disabilities in Jackson County. Read on for information about free assistance and get connected with local resources.
I’m Looking for Help…
“ACCESS is perhaps THE greatest help someone can find. My wife and I were down on our luck thanks to circumstances we had no control over. But they were able to help out in our biggest time of need since my income was too low to afford an apartment. They came to our rescue and will ALWAYS come to our rescue! Thank you, ACCESS!”
ACCESS is committed to providing equal access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in all of its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation contact the ACCESS office at (541) 779-6691. ACCESS conducts business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law (The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988).