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ARK PROJECT OF COOS COUNTY
ARK OF COOS COUNTY
The ARK Project is a Coos Bay School District school-based program that provides basic needs, essential support services, crisis intervention and advocacy. Services include: drop in center, food pantry, children's clothing, school supplies, personal grooming supplies, feminine hygiene supplies, mentoring, information and referrals for other assistance agencies, and assistance in applying for ID forms.
817 S 10th Street
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Children and youth, ages 0-21, experiencing homelessness and their families
Hours: School year: Monday-Thursday 1pm-5pm
Summer hours: Tuesday-Wednesday 1pm-5pm
BAMBINOS OREGON
BASIC NEEDS SUPPLIES
Provides basic needs for babies and children, including diapers, wipes and formula. Basic services are limited to once every 30 days.
322 Main Street
Suite 200
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Low-income families
Hours: Monday 9am-12pm, Wednesday 3pm-6pm, Thursday 9am-noon, 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month 1pm-4pm
BLUE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
WOLF DEN FOOD PANTRY
Provides personal hygiene items such as toilet paper, toothbrushes, menstrual care products, and shelf-stable pantry items. Some frozen and plant based options are also offered. Limited school supplies such as pencils and notebooks. All items are subject to availability.
2411 NW Carden Avenue
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: Currently enrolled students at any credit level at Blue Mountain Community College
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 2pm-5pm
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
STUFF A BUS
Helps supply needed school supplies to students throughout the year.
PO Box 843
Neotsu, OR 97364
Eligibility: All grade school students
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
OCEANLAKE ELEMENTARY
STUFF A BUS
Helps supply needed school supplies to students throughout the year.
2420 NE 22nd Street
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: All grade school students
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
TAFT ELEMENTARY
STUFF A BUS
Helps supply needed school supplies to students throughout the year.
4040 SW High School Drive
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: All grade school students
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
TAFT HIGH
STUFF A BUS
Helps supply needed school supplies to students throughout the year.
3780 Spy Glass Ridge Road
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Eligibility: All grade school students
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm
ELYSIUM SANCTUARY
FAMILY SUPPORT
Provides services such as clothing and school supplies for foster (resource) families needing extra assistance.
Confidential Mailing Address
Eligibility: Resource (Foster) Families
Hours: Not applicable
ESTACADA AREA FOOD BANK
CLACKAMAS RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PANTRY
Shopping-style food pantry providing a 5-day supply of food to households. Also provides pet food, hygiene items, household supplies, and clothing as available.
301 NE 2nd Avenue
Estacada, OR 97023
Eligibility: Any household with at least one student enrolled in the Estacada School District: No income requirements.
Clothing: Ages 0-18
Hours: Tuesday 3pm-5pm, Friday 10am-noon
FAMILY ACCESS NETWORK
FAMILY ACCESS NETWORK (FAN)
Serves families living in poverty, working hand in hand with families to connect them to food, shelter, clothing, heating, school supplies, health services, or whatever the need.
2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-18
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm
FISH OF ALBANY INC
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Offers school supplies depending on availability. Donations accepted.
1035 SE 2nd Avenue
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Grades K-12
Hours: Call for information
HEARTS WITH A MISSION
HEARTS WITH A MISSION MEDFORD
YOUTH SHELTER
Youth shelter providing temporary emergency shelter for up to 120 days with written parent/guardian consent or 72 hours without written consent. Services for sheltered and unsheltered youth include case management, mentoring, housing search assistance, and counseling services. Bathing facilities, school supplies, laundry facilities, a clothing closet, and personal grooming supplies are also provided.
529 Edwards Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Homeless, runaway, transitional living, and at-risk youth ages 10-17
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
IFOSTER
FOSTER YOUTH RESOURCES
An online resource for foster and former foster youth to access programs that help provide various services.
PO Box 159
Truckee, CA 96160
Eligibility: Former and current foster children ages 16-24
Hours: Varies by program
LOVE INC NEWBERG
GAP MINISTRIES
Connects people in need with local churches and service agencies. Basic goods and services are offered to clients as they are donated. Services available may include, but are not limited to: bicycles, breakfast/lunch bags, bus passes, clothing closets (adults and children), community meals, counseling services, diapers, haircuts, housecleaning services, H.U.G.S. (hats, umbrellas, gloves, scarves & socks), kitchen supplies, laundry service, bedding/linens, personal grooming supplies/toiletries, over-the-counter medications, personal care kits, physical therapy, showers, water bill assistance, yard work, and firewood. All services go through the Love INC Clearinghouse. After meeting with a specialist, the client will be issued vouchers to receive appropriate services from local partners. Assistance is determined on an individual basis and is not guaranteed.

Accepts donations of bedding and linen, clothing, personal grooming supplies, and school supplies.
200 S College Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Residents in need of basic services
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-1pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
THE LIVING ROOM
THE LIVING ROOM DROP-IN CENTER
Weekly rotating meeting place for LGBTQIA2s+ youth to hang out, make friends, find support, and participate in fun activities. Resource closet provides hygiene products, school supplies, sexual health items, and gender and orientation affirming products such as binders, identity flags, clothing, and pronoun pins.
5427 Glen Echo Avenue
Gladstone, OR 97027
Eligibility: Ages 13-23
Resource closet: Identify as LGBTQIA2s+ (including questioning, or unsure)
Hours: Office and Resource Closet: Monday-Friday10am-3pm
Drop-In: Wednesday 4pm-7pm at roatating locations; call or check online schedule
NORTH CLACKAMAS SCHOOL DISTRICT
WICHITA CENTER FOR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
Provides a clothes closet, food pantry, school supplies, hygiene supplies, and support.
6031 SE King Road
Milwaukie, OR 97222
Eligibility: -Food pantry is open to any family with children who reside within the North District School District (NCSD) boundaries.
-Clothes Closet is for any student that attends an NCSD School.

Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 10am-6pm and Wednesday 10am-4pm
OPERATION HOMEFRONT
BACK TO SCHOOL BRIGADE
Provides school supplies and backpacks to children of eligible active duty military personal. Donations accepted year-round.
1355 Central Parkway S
Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78232
Eligibility: Service available to military dependent children only
Hours: Varies
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE
The Education of Homeless Children and Youth Program, authorized as Title X under the No Child Left Behind Act, ensures that homeless students are provided a free, appropriate public education despite lack of fixed place of residence or a supervising parent or guardian. An advocate is available to access resources and to ensure the student's education is not impacted in a major way.

Assistance for qualifying households may include:
-Assistance with academic fees
-Feasible transportation to school of origin (school attended when student qualified for Title X)
-Free meals at school
-School clothes and supplies
-Referrals to health and dental care
-Referrals to rental and housing assistance
255 Capitol Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
Eligibility: Students who are at risk of becoming homeless or who are currently homeless. The definition of homelessness includes students that:
-Lack a regular, fixed, and adequate nighttime residence (substandard housing)
-Are sharing housing due to economic struggles (doubled-up)
-Are living in a shelter, hotel, or motel
-Are living in a public place not designed for sleeping (cars, parks)
-Are unaccompanied (not living with a parent or guardian)
-Are awaiting foster care placement
-Were abandoned in a hospital
Hours: Varies by agency
OREGON DHS CAF DIVISION FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY
ROSEBURG SELF SUFFICIENCY AND CHILD WELFARE OFFICE
THE LEARNING CHILD
The Learning Child program provides backpacks full of school supplies once a year to school children in need. The Mercy Foundation pays for the supplies and the Department of Human Services (DHS) in Roseburg distributes them each fall a couple of weeks before school. The vast majority of the backpacks are distributed to children who are already receiving services through the DHS. If there are any left over, staff may be able to provide them to the general public.
738 W Harvard Avenue
Roseburg, OR 97471
Eligibility: Low-income Douglas County residents
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
OUR FOSTER KIDS INC
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Provides back-to-school supplies, Christmas gifts, and birthday cards.
1212 SW L Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: School age children in foster care
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
ROSEBURG DREAM CENTER
IN HIS HANDS CLOTHING MINISTRY
Free clothing provided to all in need. Donations always needed and welcomed.
2555 NE Diamond Lake Boulevard
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday 4pm-7pm, Tuesday/Thursday 10am-2pm
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND DRIVES
SCHOOLHOUSE SUPPLIES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Provides school and office supplies in the Free Store to teachers. Supplies include basic items (pens, pencils, paper, notebooks and backpacks), incentives (small toys and stickers) various arts and crafts, K-12 books, room supplies (dry erase boards, classroom decor and math/science manipulatives) and various office supplies (binder clips, index cards, notepads, tape and staplers).
4916 NE 122nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97230
Eligibility: Teachers in schools with 50% of students or more qualify for free or reduced lunch and are in the Centennial, David, Douglas, Parkrose, Portland and Reynolds School Districts.
Hours: By appointment only: Registration opens September 2023
ARK PROJECT OF COOS COUNTY
ARK OF COOS COUNTY
BAMBINOS OREGON
BASIC NEEDS SUPPLIES
BLUE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
WOLF DEN FOOD PANTRY
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
STUFF A BUS
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
STUFF A BUS
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
STUFF A BUS
BUSINESS FOR EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH
STUFF A BUS
FAMILY ACCESS NETWORK
FAMILY ACCESS NETWORK (FAN)
FISH OF ALBANY INC
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
HEARTS WITH A MISSION
YOUTH SHELTER
LOVE INC NEWBERG
GAP MINISTRIES
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
THE LIVING ROOM DROP-IN CENTER
NORTH CLACKAMAS SCHOOL DISTRICT
FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE
OREGON DHS CAF DIVISION FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY
THE LEARNING CHILD
OUR FOSTER KIDS INC
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
ROSEBURG DREAM CENTER
IN HIS HANDS CLOTHING MINISTRY
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND DRIVES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES