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Crook and Jefferson county Oregon assistance programs.

Find rent assistance, help for energy bills, and free food

South Lincoln Resources is a Waldport Oregon non-profit that runs several low income programs. Among them, they can provide vouchers and financial assistance from the South Lincoln Resources managed funds resource. This program is currently administered by pastors of local churches and religious organization in Yachats and Waldport. Help is offered for families in need of limited temporary assistance in paying bills, rent, and other housing expenses. Call (541) 563-2388

Agape Fellowship, which is based in Lincoln City, offers both a hot meal and emergency food for people in need of assistance. Call (541) 994-3166.

Community Services Consortium supports Lincoln County families with the following menu of assistance programs.

  • Heating and utilities - Thousands of local households get help paying heating bills through Low Income Energy Assistance, State Energy Assistance, and private fuel funds and grants that are donated are offered by Central Lincoln PUD, Pacific Power, NW Natural Gas, and local utility customers. Other energy assistance is offered from Oregon Heat, Gas Assistance Program (GAP), Oregon Energy Assistance (OEA), Oregon Low Income Gas Assistance Program (OLGA), as well as S.O.S. (Central Lincoln PUD customers).
  • Mortgage Payment Assistance Program (MPA) - Grants and funds will be made available to help at least 5,000 Oregon home owners pay their mortgage to avoid foreclosure each and every year.
  • Head Start - School aged children can access health and dental care, education programs nutrition, and other aid.
  • Food banks - Get food distributed to you, on learn about other local food banks and distribution centers. Read more on Oregon food banks.
  • Job search assistance - Work with a counselor to either help find a job after a layoff, or to try to find a new job or enhance your career skills and prospects. Get referrals to other agencies, charities, and job finding services as well.

Call Community Services Consortium, which supports Lincoln County Oregon residents, at (541) 752-1010.




Lincoln County Salvation Army offers rent assistance only when funding is available to qualified low income individuals and families. Other services may be available in a crisis, such as free food, groceries, or seasonal programs such as Christmas gifts or toys for children. Newport Oregon. (541) 265-6814. Read more Salvation Army Lincoln Oregon.

Food Share of Lincoln County offers up to one free box of food each and every month. It needs to be an emergency situation. Dial (541) 265-8578

Mid-Williamette Valley Community Action Agency is a non-profit that serves as a resource center. The organization provides updated information and referral to low-income persons about Lincoln County Oregon charities and nonprofit organizations. They administer an emergency financial assistance fund for a variety of emergency needs, such as rent expenses, general housing support, utilities, heating bills and medical prescriptions. Emergency food pantry is also located on site. Woodburn Oregon. (503) 982-8212

Financial assistance for water bills is available from programs such as Help To Others. Any money that is available for Lincoln County families is the result of donations from the community. When funding is available, qualified low income customers and families facing a disconnection may receive support in paying their water bills. The Community Services Consortium (see above) is a key partner in this program. Read more.




By Jon McNamara

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