Coos County, OR Assistance Programs and Resources

Coos County Food Assistance Programs

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Coos County.

Oxford House for Women & Children - Sea Haven

1644 Meade St
North Bend, OR - 97459
(541) 808-3577
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group suport are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit...

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Oxford House for Men - Coos Bay

1424 Sherman Ave
North Bend, OR - 97459
(541) 808-0950
Oxford House is a self-managed and self-sustaining recovery home for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, where shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds may be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit. ..

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Coos County Rent and Bill Pay Assistance Programs

Our financial assistance programs include rent assistance, bill pay services, prescription assistance programs, utility assistance, mortgage assistance programs in Coos County.

Bay Area Senior Activity Center

886 S 4th St
Coos Bay, OR - 97420
(541)269-2626
On September 16, 1966, for the sum of ten dollars, Frank J. Healy, Corporation Commissioner with the State of Oregon, filed the Articles of Incorporation for the Senior Activity Center. The Center was created for the purpose to provide creative fun, fellowship, social, recreational, and educational activities, for all interested older persons in Coos County, with no age limit, and not-for-profit. The initial office of the corporation was 158 West Market Street and the residing agent was Ralph Aldrich. There were three other initial board members, all of whom were also residents of Coos Bay, as follows: Ethel Rood, Clare Wehrle, and Osa Angle (who resided at the Tioga Hotel). These persons were to serve as directors until the first annual meeting or until their successors were elected and took office. Dixon Anne Sheldon, also of Coos Bay, was the incorporator, and who alone signed the document for the corporation. An amendment was adopted at a meeting of the members on January 19, 1976 and signed by D. Carl Dean, President and Betty M. Henderson, Secretary. Articles II and III were to clarify the purpose of the organization as being exclusively for charitable, educational, literary and scientific purposes within the meaning of a non-profit, under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue code of 1954. Article VII stipulates there will be no political influence, campaigning, or any other activities that are unallowable. On December 19, 1980, an Assignment of Mortgage was signed by the Mayor of the City of Coos Bay, Donald Poage, M.D and W. H. Curtis, Recorder of the City. This document granted to the Senior Activity Center, also now known as Bay Area Senior Activity Center, the property presently in use, located at 886 South 4th Street, Coos Bay, OR 97420...

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Coos County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Coos County.

North Bend Senior Center

1470 Airport Lane
North Bend, OR - 97459
(541)756-7622
For more than 50 years the North Bend Senior Center has provided free services to both the seniors of our community and the community at large. We are proud to serve our community and our wonderful senior members by providing a safe, clean facility for daily use by active seniors in the Coos Bay/North Bend area...

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Cities In Coos County With Listings

Government and Private Assistance Programs

Housing Programs and Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Programs

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.