Partners

ABC House

Boy Scouts

Boys & Girls Club of Albany

Boys & Girls Club of the Greater Santiam

Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence (CARDV)

Central Linn Recreation Association

Community After-School Program (CAP)

Community Outreach

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

Cascade West Council of Governments

Family Tree Relief Nursery

Fish of Albany

Furniture Share

Girl Scouts of Oregon & SW Washington

Jackson Street Youth Shelter

InReach Services

Linn-Benton RSVP

Mid-Willamette Family YMCA

Mighty Oaks Children's Therapy Center

Pastoral Counseling Center of the Mid-Willamette Valley

Pre-Primary Speech & Language

Scio Youth Club

Sharing Hands

Sweet Home Emergency Ministries - SHEM

Volunteer Caregivers

 


ABC House
PO Box 68
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 926-2203

www.abchouse.org
Funded Programs:
Child Assessment: ABC House is the child abuse intervention center serving Benton and Linn Counties.   They provide high-quality child abuse assessments for local children when there are concerns of abuse and neglect.  Doctors specializing in child abuse medicine give children head-to-toe medical exams and trained child interviewers talk with children about what really happened to them.  ABC House also offers individual and family counseling, family support and referrals for other much-needed services.  Children and families receive comprehensive services in one safe, child-friendly environment to help lessen the hurt and start on the path toward healing

 

Boy Scouts
425 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 103
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 928-6694
Funded Programs:
Scoutreach: The Scoutreach Division gives special leadership and emphasis to urban and rural Scouting programs. Scoutreach is the BSA’s commitment to making sure that all young people have an opportunity to join Scouting, regardless of their circumstances, neighborhood, or ethnic background.

 

Boys & Girls Club of Albany
1215 Hill St SE
Albany, Or 97321
(541) 926-6666
www.bgc-albany.org
Funded Programs:
Athletic Program: provides recreational and competitive athletic opportunities to youth age 6 to 18, no matter their skill level. Programs offered include: Basketball, Track and Field, Cheerleading and Dance, Soccer, Flag and Tackle Football, Volleyball, Baseball, Softball and year-round Coaching Clinics and Sports Camps.

Core Programs: provides a broad frame work of programs that provide a fun, safe, supervised environment for recreational and educational activities where youth age 6 to 18, can develop self-esteem and the qualities needed to become caring and responsible citizens.
Dental: provides low-income children ages 6-18, with dental screening and treatment as well as educational opportunities to improve dental health.

 

Boys & Girls Club of the Greater Santiam
305 S Fifth St
Lebanon, OR 97355
(541) 258-7105
www.bgcgreatersantiam.org
Funded Programs:
Athletic Program: provides recreational and competitive athletic opportunities to youth age 5 to 14, no matter their skill level. Programs offered include: Indoor Soccer, Soccer, Football, Flag Football, Volleyball, Baseball and Softball.

Core Programs: provides a broad frame work of programs that provide a fun, safe, supervised environment for recreational and educational activities where youth age 5 to 14, can develop self-esteem and the qualities needed to become caring and responsible citizens

 

Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence (CARDV)
4786 Philomath Blvd.
Corvallis, OR 97339
(541) 758- 0219
www.cardvservices.org
Funded Programs:
Shelter and Advocacy Services: provides confidential shelter and comprehensive advocacy services for victims of domestic and sexual violence. Advocacy services include: immediate transportation to confidential shelter, assisting with restraining or stalking orders and Law Enforcement response, developing a safety plan, providing 911 phones, on-going education about the impact of domestic violence and personal safety.

 

Community After-School Program (CAP)
PO Box 1717
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 967-9322
www.cap.peak.org
Funded Programs:
Before and after school program: Provides safe, structured, state certified, quality childcare before/after school, on school in-service days, and during the summer to children in every socio-economic level in the community.

 

Community Outreach
865 NW Reiman Ave
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 758-3000
www.communityoutreachinc.org
Funded Programs:
Health Services: provides access to mental health care and medical clinics for people who have no health insurance and cannot otherwise afford healthcare.
Integrated Housing: provides homeless families the support and time needed to gain the skills to stabilize their lives. This program combines affordable housing along with intensive in-home case management, offering the entire family guidance and support so they may build independent and stable lives.

 

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
PO Box 100
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 926-2651
www.linncasa.org
Funded Programs:
Linn County Court Appointed Special Advocates: Provides specially trained community volunteers, who advocates for the best interest of children who are under the protection of the Linn County Juvenile Court on allegations that they are neglected or abused, seeking to assure safe, permanent families for them as quickly as possible.

 

Family Tree Relief Nursery
1005 Springhill Dr. NW
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 967-6580
Funded Programs:
Home Based Outreach & Respite Care:
Family Tree Relief Nursery is a community-based child abuse prevention preogram, providing early intervention services at no cost to high-risk Linn County families with children under the age of six.

 

Fish of Albany
1880 Hill SE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 928-4460
Funded Programs:
Clothes Closet: provides free clothing, diapers, personal hygiene and household items to individuals and families lacking adequate clothing with low to no income, those experiencing temporary crisis and those on a fixed income requiring help to make ends meet.

Food Pantry: provides a five day supply of groceries to individuals and households lacking adequate food with low to no income, those experiencing temporary crisis and those on a fixed income requiring help to make ends meet.

Guest House: provides emergency and transitional shelter, basic needs and case-management services to at-risk homeless pregnant and / or parenting teens and their children.

Prescription Assistance: provides payment to a pharmacy for medication prescribed by a physician to treat a life-threatening illness or a communicable disease for persons without prescription insurance and without other resources.

Crisis Intervention: offer scholarships to acquire birth certificates and Social Security cards, the documents required by the DMV to obtain picture identification at the Heart Resource Fair. Fish will screen all candidates and manage the scholarships ($40-$60 each).

Transportation Assistance: provides gasoline vouchers and/or bus tickets to persons without resources in emergency need of transportation.

 

Furniture Share
155 SE Lilly Ave.
Corvallis, OR 97333
(541) 754-9511

www.bfs.peak.org
Funded Programs:
Furniture Share: Furniture Share redistributes quality used furniture at no cost to children, families and individuals in need. Our services provide improved family interactions, increased comfort and safety in homes, improving overall wellness, independence, physical and mental health.

 

Girl Scouts of Oregon & SW Washington
1577 Pearl Street, Suite 300
Eugene, OR 97401
(541) 485-5911
www.girlscoutsosw.org
Funded Programs:
Camping: provides girls with a 24-hour-a-day experience in the outdoors; a camp session last 4 to 14 days. Through camp girls gain independent living skills, positive self-esteem, decision-making skills and leadership abilities.

Comprehensive Youth Development: is a prevention-based mentoring program for girls and young women. Small groups of girls meet with positive adult female role models to learn skills like: self achievement, relating to others, self-respect, cooperation with others and decision-making skills. These skills help girls resist negative and peer pressures as they develop into adults.

C.H.O.I.C.E.S.: is focused on middle - high school aged girls having difficulty reaching their full potential. Leaders are trained to be sensitive to special needs or issues and concerns of teenage girls. Activities include values clarifications, problem solving, communication, health care, relationship building, conflict/anger management, community resources, substance abuse and independent living skills.

 

InReach Services
www.samhealth.org/InReach
541-812-4059
Funded Programs:
Medical & Dental Clinics: Albany InReach Services offers access to medical, dental and mental health care for medically underserved populations in west Linn County with a coordinated and proactive health delivery system. InReach strives to be the architect of creative options for the medically vulnerable by assembling an energetic alliance of paid professionals, students, unpaid professional volunteers and interagency partners.

InReach patients do not qualify for routine medical or dental insurance, or state-funded health programs. InReach seeks to serve this population with a ‘medical home’ model that respects individuals with financial, social and cultural obstacles. The ultimate goal of InReach is to improve the health and well being of those living in the greater Albany area.

Jackson Street Youth

www.jsysi.org

541-220-2950

Funded Program:  Jackson Street Youth Services gives youth a safe place to live and resources that get them on the road to a better life. Founded to fill a gap in local support serivces for housing homeless youth, Serving Linn and Benton Counties. They work to prevent homelesness by showing a path to long term success through building positive relationships and skills for self-sufficiency.

Linn-Benton RSVP
250 Broadalbin SW, Suite 2A
Albany, Oregon 97321
(541) 812-0849
www.csc.gen.or.us/rsvp.htm
www.handsonw.org
Funded Programs:
AARP Tax Aide: A program provided to the public that allows for free simple tax returns for individuals in Linn County, bringing thougsands of dollars of unclaimed Earned Income Tax Credit back to our community.

RSVP Volunteer Program: is a nationwide network of active, older adults contributing their time and experience to community programs. Volunteers connect with over 200 agencies offering essential services, building a legacy, and finding the lasting satisfaction of making a difference.

SHIBA: Senior Health Insurance Benefit Assistance Program. Trained counselors help seniors understand the in's and out's of their medicare or medicaid insurances.


Mid-Willamette Family YMCA
3311 Pacific Blvd SW
Albany, OR 97321
(541) 926-4488
www.ymcaalbany.org
Funded Programs:
Older Adults & Special Populations: provides health and fitness activities, physical therapy, monthly health checks and fellowship that encourage a healthy spirit, mind and body.

Single Parent Families: provides programs like swimming lesson/teams, t-ball, basketball, volleyball and soccer that promotes positive character development for youth as well as opportunities for families to come together and participate in family friendly programs that encourage a healthy spirit, mind and body.

Y-Mentoring: provides one-on-one mentoring between a at risk youth 8-17 and a responsible adult. Mentors encourage youth to realize their potential and gain the necessary skills to be successful in school and life. This friendship give kids the opportunity to take positive action to change their lives. Mentors receive training and attend monthly meetings

 

Mighty Oaks Children's Therapy Center
3615 Spicer Rd SE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 967-7551
www.mightyoakschildren.com
Funded Programs:
Pediatric Therapy: offers comprehensive, family-centered therapy provided by experienced, licensed, and dedicated pediatric specialists for children (birth to 22years) with all types of disabilities. Therapy services include: physical therapy, speech and language therapy and occupational therapy


Pastoral Counseling Center of the Mid-Willamette Valley
602 Madison Street SW
Corvallis, Oregon 97333
(541) 753-9217
(541) 451-5015
www.pccmidvalley.org
Funded Programs:
Pastoral Counseling: provides quality affordable counseling and psychotherapy, to anyone in need of the services, regardless of their ability to pay.

 

Pre-Primary Speech & Language
432 Ferry Street
Albany, Oregon 97321
(541) 917-1931
www.fcpreprimary.org
Funded Programs:
Speech & Language Program: provides speech and language therapy in a preschool setting to 3-5 year old children with speech and language delays. The program provides speech screenings, assists children learn to communicate, promotes social interaction, reciprocal speech with classmates and positive activities to promote growth and self-confidence.

 

Scio Youth Club
38875 North First St.
Scio, OR 97374
(503) 394-3910
Funded Programs:
Athletic Program: provides recreational and competitive athletic opportunities to youth age 4 to 13. Programs offered include: Indoor Soccer, Soccer, Football, Flag Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball and Softball.

Core Programs: provides after school supervision and enrichment to children 5-12. Craft activities, art projects, social inter action, physical activity, unguided play, games and education assistance.


Sharing Hands
130 Spaulding Ave
Brownsville, OR 97327
(541) 466-3110
Funded Programs:
Food Bank: delivers food baskets and personal health items to families and seniors meeting residential and income/household size ratios set by the USDA.

Parents & Pals: offers assistance and guidance to young parents, of pre-school age children, without adequate parenting skills. Playgroups take place two mornings a week and parents meet to discuss and learn about raising children.


Sweet Home Emergency Ministries - SHEM
1050 Long Street
Sweet Home, OR 97386
(541) 367-6504
www.Shemfoodbank.org
Funded Programs:
Client Assistance: provides emergency financial assistance to needy individuals and families. Assistance offered include: rental assistance, lodging vouchers, utility assistance, gasoline vouchers, bus tickets, prescription drug assistance and emergency housing.

Carmen's Closet: provides cost free clothing to people in need in Linn County.

Manna Kitchen: provides a hot meal and fellowship every Friday to the homeless and needy people in the community.

SHEM Food Pantry: provides food boxes to individuals, families and seniors meeting residential and income/household size ratios set by the USDA.


Volunteer Caregivers
930 Queen Avenue SW
Albany, Oregon 97321
(541) 928-2173
Funded Programs:
Volunteer Caregivers: is a coalition of church and community volunteers whose purpose is to enable limited income, frail, elderly and/or disabled persons over age 55 to remain in their homes. Efforts are made to ensure our special friends maintain their independence and dignity.