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MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
BUS PASSES
As supplies are available, provides single day bus passes for local transportation in Salem and Keizer.
2475 Center Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES EUGENE
EUGENE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
Provides emergency assistance, as well as information and referral to help households access specialized services and mainstream benefits. Services include clothing, diapers, personal hygiene products, prescription assistance, and bus day passes. May also provide payment assistance for drivers license and birth certificate fees and assistance completing necessary forms to obtain these documents.
1464 W 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Low-income households
Hours: Monday/TuesdayWednesday/Friday 8am-4pm, Thursday 8am-3:30pm
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
Provides assistance with clothing, personal hygiene products, diapers, prescription assistance, shower and transportation passes (if client has verifiable appointment scheduled). Helps connect individuals with other community resources and access mainstream benefits, including help with SNAP applications. Accepts food, clothing, and other donations.
1025 G Street
Springfield, OR 97477
Eligibility: Varies by program
Hours: Clients may call on Monday-Friday 8am-3:30pm
During COVID-19, clients may ask questions in-person on pantry days, Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8am-noon.
CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS OUTREACH
OUTREACH AND DROP-IN CENTER
Provides advocacy, job assistance, transitional housing, and case management services for homeless veterans. Conducts outreach to veterans and non-veterans living in homeless camps by providing potable water, food, clothing, phone/fax services, bus passes, legal aid, and Veterans Affairs claims assistance.
61510 S Highway 97
Suite 100
Bend, OR 977023706
Eligibility: Low-income homeless veterans and veterans at risk of eviction. Must have any discharge status other than dishonorable, have at least one day of active service other than training, and have income at or below the 50% AMI for their county of residence. Veterans of discharge status or income level are eligible for referral to housing and other services. Outreach services are available for veteran and non-veteran homeless and low-income individuals and households.
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3:45pm
CENTRO LATINO AMERICANO
HUMAN SERVICES
Case managers provide comprehensive, wraparound human and social services for Latino families and children. Centro staff intervene in crisis situations with direct assistance, referrals, and advocacy. Agency distributes food clothing, and bus passes as available. Offer assistance to women and children in distress. Agency is a Safe Place for runaway teenagers.
944 W 5th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Latino and immigrant poulation is primary focus, but we assist anyone seeking support and services.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm, Friday 8:30am-noon
COMMUNITY HANDS UP SERVICES
HOMELESS VOUCHERS
Provides a voucher for those experiencing homelessness that can be used for gas, propane, transportation passes, telephone bills and other essential needs as approved by the agency. The total monthly amount will not exceed $100, and a voucher can be applied monthly as long as funds are available.
372 NE Lincoln Steet
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Eligibility: Individuals experiencing homelessness
Hours: Tuesday 3pm-6pm
COMMUNITY IN MOTION
TRANSPORTATION BROKERAGE
Provides transportation services through several programs: Medicaid Transportation, Reserve-a-Ride medical transportation, Bike to Work, Employment Transportation, and Volunteers in Motion. Services are available for non-emergent, general and life sustaining medical appointments. Types of transportation include bus tickets, gas vouchers, volunteer drivers, taxi, train, and wheelchair vans. Trips can be scheduled up to 14 days in advance.
312 SE Stonemill Drive
Suite 115
Vancouver, WA 98684
Eligibility: Medicaid Transportation: Medicaid recipients
Reserve-A-Ride: Adults with disabilities, low-income, age 55 or older, and/or unable to use transit
Employment Transportation/Bike to Work: Low-income and referred by a partner agency
Hours: Office Hours: 8am-5pm
Phone Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-4:30pm Medical Transportation
Phone Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm Employment, Reserve-a-Ride, Bike to Work
Closed from 12-1pm for lunch, closed all major holidays.
Transportation services available 24 hours per day/7 days per week
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
Provides confidential case management independent living services to individuals living with HIV. This program provides expense assistance for HIV medications, transportation costs to medical care and case management appointments, insurance premium payments, transitional housing and rent payment assistance, dental care, disease management education, referrals to other agencies for basic needs, employment, and substance abuse treatment.
1021 SW 5th Avenue
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Individuals living with HIV
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING PENDLETON
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
Provides confidential case management independent living services to individuals living with HIV. This program provides expense assistance for HIV medications, transportation costs to medical care and case management appointments, insurance premium payments, transitional housing and rent payment assistance, dental care, disease management education, referrals to other agencies for basic needs, employment, and substance abuse treatment.
322 SW 3rd Avenue
Pendleton, OR 978012174
Eligibility: Individuals living with HIV
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING THE DALLES
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
Provides confidential case management independent living services to individuals living with HIV. This program provides expense assistance for HIV medications, transportation costs to medical care and case management appointments, insurance premium payments, transitional housing and rent payment assistance, dental care, disease management education, referrals to other agencies for basic needs, employment, and substance abuse treatment.
400 E Scenic Drive
3rd Floor, Suite 2382
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Individuals living with HIV
Hours: No standard hours
FISH OF ALBANY INC
BASIC NEEDS
Provides basic needs, including food boxes, clothing/shoes/bedding, personal hygiene products, diapers, baby food/formula, backpacks/school supplies, prescription medications for life-threatening conditions, fuel/propane vouchers, utility assistance, identity documents assistance, and local bus tickets. Distribution is subject to donations and eligibility.
1035 SE 2nd Avenue
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
FISH OF ROSEBURG
EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION
Provides emergency transportation assistance, including gas vouchers and bus tickets, as funding permits.
405 Jerry's Drive
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Provides emergency transportation assistance, including gas vouchers and bus tickets, as funding permits.
Hours: Answering service 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
GORGE ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES
EMERGENCY VOUCHER ASSISTANCE
Provides emergency vouchers to individuals in crisis for services such as food, gasoline, lodging, and transportation.
400 11th Street
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday noon-2pm
Call Hood River Police Department after-hours (available 24 hours per day / 7 days per week)
HARNEY COUNTY SENIOR AND COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
SENIOR & COMMUNITY CENTER SERVICES
Community center administering various county programs and services, including Community Action programs and serving as the Area Agency on Aging (AAA). Services include:
-Information and assistance
-Utility assistance including electric, gas, and heating fuel
-Motel vouchers
-Gas vouchers
-Transportation passes
-Food pantry providing 3-5 days worth of food and emergency snack kits
-Congregate meals and Home Delivered Meals
-Weatherization services
-Blood pressure screening
17 S Alder Street
Burns, OR 97720
Eligibility: -Home Delivered Meals: Housebound individuals age 60 and older
-Food pantry: Household may receive food baskets once per month; snack kits for those looking to continue to move through the community
-Motel vouchers: Homeless individuals requiring one night's stay
-Gas vouchers: One time assistance for those that are stuck and looking to continue to move through the community
-Transportation passes: Must have no ties to the community and looking to continue to move through the community
Hours: Center: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
Food pantry: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 2pm-3pm, Friday 9:00am-11am and 2pm-3pm
Congregate meals: Wednesday/Friday noon
Home delivered Meals: Monday/Wednesday/Friday
Blood pressure screening: 2nd Wednesday of the month 11am-noon
ILLINOIS VALLEY FAMILY COALITION
BASIC NEEDS
Provides emergency food (when available), clothing vouchers, laundry vouchers, bus tokens for job interviews, and assistance obtaining ID and birth certificates for those in need.
535 E River Street
Cave Junction, OR 97523
Eligibility: Must be a resident of the Illinois Valley and receiving state or federal benefits.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
IRCO SENIOR SERVICES CENTER
SENIOR SERVICES
Provides home delivered meals, naturalization assistance, homebound assistance, limited transportation assistance, case management, health and wellness activities, and focal point leadership for older adults and their caregivers. An Information and Assistance specialist is available to provide information and referrals.
10165 SE Cherry Blossom Drive
Portland, OR 97216
Eligibility: Age 60 and older. Some services have income eligibility criteria.
Hours: Office hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
Meals: Tuesday/Wednesday 11am-noon (IRCO gym: 10301 NE Glisan Street, Portland, 97220)
IMPACT NW
IMPACT NW SOUTHEAST MULTICULTURAL SENIOR CENTER
TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE
Assists older adults and adults with disabilities in accessing transportation. Provides escorted door-to-door rides, monthly TriMet bus/lift tickets for those who qualify, and group rides to major grocery stores, food banks, and recreational outings.
4610 SE Belmont Street
Portland, OR 97215
Eligibility: Age 60 and older and adults with disabilities
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5pm
INFORMATIONAL RECORD
HEALTH RELATED SERVICES
Health-related services are non-covered services that are offered as a supplement to covered benefits under Oregon’s Medicaid State Plan (OHP) to improve care delivery and overall member and community health and well-being. Health-related services must meet requirements for activities that improve health care quality or expenditures related to health information technology. Health-related services, also known as "flex funds," must show a positive health outcome as related to a current diagnosis and treatment plan.

Health-related services vary by an individual's Community Care Organization (CCO), and may include:
-Helping a person get a cell phone if having one will give them better access to their providers
-Transit passes for members who need transportation for health-related needs beyond covered appointments
-Buying an air conditioner for a person whose health is affected by heat in their home
-Vouchers for a yoga studio for a person whose back pain will be helped by an exercise class
-Preventing electricity shutoff to maintain service to medical equipment
-A class on cooking healthy meals for a person with diabetes
-Assistance with finding housing, move-in costs, and maintaining housing if doing so will improve health conditions

Health-related services is a broad term, but for a service or item to be provided to an individual member, the CCO may call it flexible services or flexible funds. Health-related services are NOT an option for OHP open card non-CCO members.
Confidential Address
Eligibility: Current Medicaid recipients (OHP members) enrolled with a CCO
Hours: Varies by provider
JUNCTION CITY LOCAL AID
Provides a food pantry and clothing closet, which includes shoes. Provides financial assistance for electric bills, prescriptions, and propane gas. Also provides bus tokens.
210 E 6th Avenue
Junction City, OR 97448
Eligibility: Must meet USDA income guidelines
Hours: Tuesday/Wednesday 9am-1pm, Thursday 3pm-8pm, last Saturday of the month 10am-noon
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.
200 S College St
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: Residents in need of basic services
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10am-1pm
LOVE INC OF TIGARD, TUALATIN, SHERWOOD
GAP MINISTRIES
Through the Clearinghouse, Love INC identifies gaps in services and resources in the community and helps the church develop ministries to fill the unmet needs in the area without duplication. Requests for help are received, screened for the extent of need and legitimacy, and referred to a local church ministry, business, or community agency. Services are not guaranteed. Does not serve the City of Beaverton.

Available on a case by case basis: Bus tickets, private rides, furniture and household goods, linens, hygiene supplies, over the counter medicines and supplies, food and clothing, haircuts, parenting classes, individual coaches for Spiritual Direction, employment assistance and household budgeting. Items provided by partnering with local churches, businesses and agencies.

NO funds for gas cards, phone minutes, paying bills, rent, or utilities.
10900 SW 121st Avenue
Tigard, OR 97223
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Tuesday/Wednesday 9:30am-12:30pm
MOLALLA CHRISTIAN CHURCH
TRIMET BUS PASSES
Offers a limited amount of TriMet Hop passes to low-income and Honored Citizens to help with transportation expenses into Portland.
223 E Third Street
Molalla, OR 97038
Eligibility: Youth through Honored Citizen
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30am-2pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
314 SW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
Center provides services to youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Services include:
-Food, clothing, hygiene items, and bus tickets
-Engagement activities, including mentoring and specific activities for LGBTQ youth
-Referrals to employment programs (job readiness training, work experience, life skills training)
-Referrals to alternative education options, including pursuing a GED
-Information on and referrals to housing, health insurance, crisis support, and medical care
-Referrals and resources for gang affected-youth, youth with alcohol and drug addictions, and CSEC youth (Commercially and Sexually Exploited Children)

Where appropriate, can connect youth with employment and education opportunities and programs serving youth transitioning out of foster care that are offered by New Avenues.
470 SE 165th Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
Eligibility: Ages 13-21
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
HOMELESS OUTREACH & ADVOCACY PROJECT (HOAP)
CHERRIOTS DAY PASSES
Provides single-trip bus tickets for the Salem-Keizer area as supplies allow on a first-come, first-served basis.
694 Church Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: HOAP Drop-In Center: Monday-Friday 9am-2pm
Groups, case management, and activities: Monday-Friday 2pm-5pm
POLK COUNTY RESOURCE CENTERS
POLK COUNTY FAMILY & COMMUNITY OUTREACH DEPARTMENT
RESOURCE CENTER
Polk County Resource Center provides the following services: Emergency financial assistance for utilities, birth certificates, ID cards, and prescriptions; hygiene items, diapers, transportation passes, shower passes and gas cards; Comprehensive information and referral; Child care resources and referrals and education to providers and parents. Also offers seasonal programs including school supplies and holiday assistance.
182 SW Academy Street
Suite 220
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Unrestricted

Bus pases and gas cards: once per month for medical appointments, job interviews, or other appointments supported by documentation
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT WASHINGTON COUNTY
HOMELESS DROP IN CENTER
Homeless drop in center offering various services when available:

Dental
Transportation Information
Housing Information
Vision Exams / Services
Haircuts
Showers
Food Stamps
Hygiene Items
Flu Shots
HIV Testing
Bus Passes
Hearing Screening
And other assistance as available
363 SE 6th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123
Eligibility: Individuals experiencing homelessness
Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm
SILVERTON AREA COMMUNITY AID
TRANSPORTATION AND PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE
Provides gasoline vouchers (primarily for jobs and other essential appointments) and bus tickets. Also assists with prescription medications (excluding pain medication). Must fill prescriptions at one of two participating local pharmacies).
421 S Water Street
Silverton, OR 97381
Eligibility: Must meet USDA income guidelines
Hours: Monday/Thursday 9am-noon, Tuesday 4pm-7pm
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
Siuslaw Outreach Services (SOS) provides limited assistance with emergency services, including shelter or transitional housing, limited assistance with rent, electric, water, or propane bills, prescriptions, showers, laundry, bus tickets, taxi vouchers, gas vouchers, and clothing.
1576 W 12th Street
Florence, OR 97439
Eligibility: Income restrictions
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 10am-3:30pm
Crisis line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
ST VINCENT DE PAUL LINDHOLM CENTER
EMERGENCY SERVICES
Provides clothing, household goods, small appliances, furniture, beds, help with rent, propane vouchers for heating, emergency prescription assistance and bus tokens, as available. Types of assistance offered is determined by zip code.

Rent assistance service helps with up to $200 when funds are available and is offered on a case-by-case; first-come, first-served basis.
456 Highway 99 N
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Low-income households
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 10am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4pm
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF MCMINNVILLE
Provides a limited number of emergency utilities assistance with a 12- or 5-day shut-off notice. Provides a shopping-style food pantry open 5 days a week. Provides limited amount of funding for eyeglasses. Sometimes can provide a few bus passes for work or medical transportation only. Issues vouchers to St Vincent de Paul thrift store to obtain free clothing, household items, and furniture for those in an emergency situation.

Clients are asked to bring their own bags for food pantry and thrift store items.
435 SE Baker Street
Mcminnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Must have a shut off notice for utility assistance. Helps clients with financial assistance once every 18 months.
No restriction for other services
Hours: Thrift store: Monday-Friday 9am–5pm, Saturday 9am-4pm
Food Pantry: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm
Utilities: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm
THE DEVEREUX CENTER
DROP-IN CENTER
Provides breakfast, hot lunch, bathing facilities, hygiene supplies, laundry facilities, clothing closet, computer/internet access, temporary mailing address, phone messaging, one-on-one advocacy, and Oregon Health Plan enrollment on site weekly. Replacement ID services available in exchange for volunteer service. Tents, tarps, and blankets provided when available in exchange for volunteer service (can be waived if needed). Bus passes available for court or parole meetings in Coquille. Local bus passes available on a case by case basis. Warming Center open as dictated by weather parameters.
1200 Newmark Avenue
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Unrestricted, priority given to people experiencing homelessness with mental health issues. Bus passes: Local transportation to Coquille for court or parole meetings. Must show summons/ticket. Local bus passes on a case by case basis. Volunteer time requested for some higher value items on a case by case basis.
Hours: Day center: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-2pm
Bathing and laundry facilities: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-1pm
Breakfast: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday 9am-9:45am, Thursday 10am-noon for Waffles only
Lunch: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday noon-12:45pm
TILLAMOOK NAZARENE CHURCH
TRANSPORTATION VOUCHERS
When financially possible, provides public transportation vouchers to those in need of transportation within Tillamook or to surrounding areas.
2611 3rd Street
Tillamook, OR 97141
Eligibility: Must meet low-income guidelines
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm
TRANSITION PROJECTS
TRIMET TICKETS
Bus or MAX tickets are available for people starting a new, permanent, full-time job or for medical appointments. Tickets are only provided for the first week of the new job. 10-ticket maximum every 90 days. NO LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORTATION assistance offered.
650 NW Irving Street
Portland, OR 97209
Eligibility: Homeless men and women and other very low- to no-income adults. Only available for people starting a new, permanent job or for medical appointments.
Hours: Resource Center: 7 days per week 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
Resource Center phone hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm; service intakes end 15 minutes before close
TRIMET
INCOME-BASED HONORED CITIZEN HOP CARD
Provides reduced fares for MAX, WES, Portland Streetcar, and C-TRAN for 50% off a single ride or day pass or 72% off a monthly pass.
1800 SW 1st Avenue
Suite 300
Portland, OR 97201
Eligibility: Age 18-64 automatically eligible if a current recipient of OHP, SNAP, TANF, WIC, ERDC, HUD Assistance, Free/Reduced Lunch and/or annual income less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
BUS PASSES
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
EUGENE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY
SPRINGFIELD COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER
CENTRAL OREGON VETERANS OUTREACH
OUTREACH AND DROP-IN CENTER
CENTRO LATINO AMERICANO
HUMAN SERVICES
COMMUNITY HANDS UP SERVICES
HOMELESS VOUCHERS
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
EASTERN OREGON CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (EOCIL)
HIV COMMUNITY SERVICES
FISH OF ALBANY INC
BASIC NEEDS
FISH OF ROSEBURG
EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION
GORGE ECUMENICAL MINISTRIES
EMERGENCY VOUCHER ASSISTANCE
HARNEY COUNTY SENIOR AND COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
SENIOR & COMMUNITY CENTER SERVICES
ILLINOIS VALLEY FAMILY COALITION
BASIC NEEDS
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
SENIOR SERVICES
IMPACT NW
TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE
JUNCTION CITY LOCAL AID
JUNCTION CITY LOCAL AID
LOVE INC NEWBERG
GAP MINISTRIES
LOVE INC OF TIGARD, TUALATIN, SHERWOOD
GAP MINISTRIES
MOLALLA CHRISTIAN CHURCH
TRIMET BUS PASSES
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH
YOUTH OPPORTUNITY CENTER
NORTHWEST HUMAN SERVICES
CHERRIOTS DAY PASSES
POLK COUNTY RESOURCE CENTERS
RESOURCE CENTER
PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT WASHINGTON COUNTY
HOMELESS DROP IN CENTER
SILVERTON AREA COMMUNITY AID
TRANSPORTATION AND PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
SIUSLAW OUTREACH SERVICES
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF LANE COUNTY INC.
EMERGENCY SERVICES
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF MCMINNVILLE
ST VINCENT DE PAUL OF MCMINNVILLE
THE DEVEREUX CENTER
DROP-IN CENTER
TILLAMOOK NAZARENE CHURCH
TRANSPORTATION VOUCHERS
TRANSITION PROJECTS
TRIMET TICKETS
TRIMET
INCOME-BASED HONORED CITIZEN HOP CARD