Financial, Legal, Housing & Employment

Center for Non-Profit Legal Services
Non-Profit Legal Services is not a government agency. It is a private non-profit law firm that helps and protects the rights of individuals who are in a need of legal assistance that require financial support in Jackson County.  CNPLS provides crisis civil legal assistance to low income and elder residents of Jackson County who are experiencing problems in housing, public welfare, family dissolution, employment, immigration, and major life situations amenable to legal relief.
www.cnpls.org
(541) 779-7291
(541) 779-7000 (for seniors)

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southern Oregon
Local non-profit organization. Low-cost, free, and sliding scale services — individual appointments and classes. Money management, budgeting, etc.
http://www.cccsso.org/
(541) 779-2273

Help Now Advocacy Center
We use advocacy skills to help those in need within our community solve problems or resolve disputes with businesses, governmental agencies, or other individuals.
Types of issues they can help with:
– Financial
– Housing
– Health or medical consumer
– Disputes with neighbors, coworkers etc.
www.helpnowadvocacy.org
Call for intake:  (541) 732-1911

Housing Authority of Jackson County
HAJC provides assistance to low-income individuals who need help finding safe and affordable housing within the community.
Email:  info@hajc.net
website:  www.hajc.net
(541) 779-5785

The Job Council
Provides several services that include:Training and Tools for a successful job search
– Employment Assessment
– Career Guidance
– Promotion within a job
– Assistance finding a child care provider
www.jobcouncil.org
(541) 776-5100

Rogue Federal Credit Union
Crisis budgeting and foreclosure prevention classes through RFCU.
www.roguefcu.org
(541) 858-7536

WorkSource Oregon Employment Department
Worksource Center helps struggling individuals who need help creating resumes, finding employment, and help in processing unemployment claims. The local employment offices no longer handles unemployment insurance claims, however they will assist in the process of what needs to be done in order to file a claim.
www.workinginoregon.org
(541) 776-6060