Supports individuals in Central Oregon who experience a wide range of disabilities, including intellectual, developmental, cognitive, emotional and physical disabilities, along with their families and/or caregivers. Offers Social Security Advocacy, Assistive Technology, Peer Support, Support Groups, Job Development for Employment (in conjunction with Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation) and Information & Referral.
Latino Community Association specializes in serving immigrant families. Services provided include, but are not limited to: 1. Legal; 2. Employment; 3. Healthcare; 4. Resources & Connections; 5. Basic Needs / Services. For more information visit: https://latinocommunityassociation.org/what-we-do/programs/
CES serves people who are currently experiencing homelessness and are seeking housing opportunities. During HUB walk-in hours, an assessment is offered that is intended to connect people with housing resources (not shelter programs). If you are living and sleeping outside, staying in a shelter, or fleeing/attempting to flee domestic violence, you are welcome to come […]
Brown bag program
An emergency shelter for Prineville men experiencing homelessness.
A shelter in Prineville for women and children experiencing homelessness that offers shelter, assistance, and a safe place to find love, hope and faith.
A community meal café to serve anyone in the community looking for a hot meal.
Offers Lunch & Home Delivery (within a 5 mile radius of the senior center) to seniors aged 60 and above.
Provides primary care for adults and children.
Free academic, vocational, and social skills training in a residential environment for young adults ages 16-24 with limited job skills. Services: High school diploma and GED support, job placement, job training for trades such as landscape gardening, carpentry, culinary arts, and drafting. Eligibility: Must meet federal income guidelines, age requirement, and have a commitment to […]
Housing Works is the local Public Housing Authority and administers the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program. Applicants must apply to the waiting list each year when it opens the second week of January. There is no immediate or emergency assistance available.
Food Pantry. Located in the modular building in FBC’s east parking lot.
Ensures all children in Deschutes and Crook County have access to basic-need services. Services: Referrals to food, shelter, clothing and health resources, Wellness clinic, School supplies. Support offered by school-specific FAN advocates.
Offers support for low income families. Services: SNAP benefits (food stamps), ERDC (Employment Related Daycare), TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, commonly referred to as the “Cash” or “JOBS” program), TA-DVS (Temporary Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors), Work Assistance, and Refugee Services.
Offers alternative education to allow students to make up credits and return to their regular classrooms, or earn a state high school diploma or GED. Students may also participate in Work-Education, a work-experience program that combines classroom credits with community service and natural resource projects. COIC also offers summer work experience, giving students the opportunity […]
Supports people 18+ with any level of experience in finding employment, and offers support in filing for unemployment insurance. Provides access to all WorkSource services, labor market research, free employment-related and computer skill workshops, one-on-one career counseling, mock interviews, resume building, individual skills courses, and access to computers, printers, fax machine, and copy machine for […]