For individuals in Jackson and Josephine Counties, in Southern Oregon.
We’re working with other agencies to give you the supplies and services you need.

Covid-19 Vaccine

In partnership with Mercy Flights Mobile integrated Healthcare Initiative and Jackson Care Connect, we have made Covid-19 Vaccines more accessible for all! We know that mobility and transportation could be a barrier for some of our neighbors who have not yet received their vaccine, but would like to. We will have all vaccine options available, including boosters for those who qualify! Click the link if you would like to receive your Covid-19 vaccination from the comfort of your home.

Click here to request help.

Haga clic aquí para obtener ayuda.

Family Nurturing Center, Warm Line, for Emotional Support


Child and Family Resource Response


If you need diapers, food and/or hygiene products, we will work with staff, volunteers and partners to distribute these tangible items to families requesting help.


The non-profit community, in partnership with churches, foundations and community members, are working together to create a true safety net for families at risk and in need. We know parenting is hard under the best of circumstances. Now, with parents off or out of work, money, necessary supplies, support, and kids at home; stress is at an all-time high. Children and families are more vulnerable right now than ever.


Every Child – My Neighbor Initiative


Foster families can request items that they are in need of — make your request here .


Community members wanting to meet a needcan apply here.

Once a foster family need is matched with a donor, both will be contacted to coordinate delivery.

Family Nurturing Center’s Community Response to COVID-19


FNC is coordinating with other Child Abuse Prevention providers: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) to join forces with the established Rogue Challenge (Rogue Community Health, YMCA, Head Start, FNC and 28 other partners), using a closed loop referral system and HIE (Health Information Exchange) by Reliance, to connect families with necessary services.

As family support providers (Head Start, Healthy Families, Grandmas 2 Go & Family Nurturing Center, CASA, and CAC) contact families, they will conduct a short screening, to help direct the family toward necessary services. For those requesting tangible items, such as diapers, food and/or hygiene products, FNC will work with staff, volunteers and partners to create a distribution system to get these tangible items to families requesting help.

Due to social distancing measures, FNC will deliver items to families in Grants Pass, Rogue River, Medford, Eagle Point, White City, Central Point, Phoenix, Talent and Ashland.

Family Support providers will conduct a short screening, then use e-referral to help connect families to necessary services as well as for tangible items.

Click here to request help.

Haga clic aquí para obtener ayuda.

Family Nurturing Center, Warm Line, for Emotional Support


Resources and Information

For assistance with emergency shelter and evacuation sites, financial assistance, food and clothing, mail services, mental health support, relief for homeowners, transportation, travel and evacuations, unemployment insurance, and voting:

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How We Can Assist You

The Family Nurturing Center is here to help. We are a non-profit organization, unaffiliated with government agencies. We are here to support all families, regardless of immigration status, race, ethnicity, or gender. We will not share your information with anyone outside of our agency, unless you specifically ask us to in order for us to support you in accessing other services. Our caring staff will reach out to you within 72 hours via your requested form of contact (text/phone/mail). If you do not hear from us, please call us at (541) 779-5242.

We will do our best to provide you with direct support when available. Please understand that our resources are limited. if we cannot help you we will do our best to connect you to someone who can.

Bridge the Divide in Southern Oregon
Donate used laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Bridge the Divide


Relief Nurseries are Oregon’s oldest child abuse prevention program. While serving more than 2,000 families remotely during this pandemic, more than 500 families are left without technology to connect with their teachers, get mental health support, and keep their children safe.

The Solution:

OARN (Oregon Association of Relief Nurseries) is able to reconnect necessary care and support by partnering with the non-profit organization Free Geek. Together, we are safely collecting, transferring and preparing donated devices for delivery to families across Oregon.

We Need Your Donations:

Visit OARN or Free Geek online to donate used laptops, tablets, and smartphones to Oregon’s most vulnerable families: