SNAP for Students
College Students - Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon (oregonhunger.org)
More college students than ever are struggling with hunger. SNAP is a resource that can help. Students 18-49 who attend higher education at least half-time may be eligible for SNAP by meeting income guidelines and additional criteria. .
For help signing up for SNAP, contact [email protected]
- Oregon Food Bank | Additional Assistance
- Josephine County Food Bank
- Josephine County Food Pantry List
- Jackson County Food Pantry Network
- OregONEligibility: Sign up for medical, food, cash, child care assistance, all in one place
- How to Find Food in a Pandemic: COVID-19 and Food Access - Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon
- Double Up Food Bucks - used along with SNAP
- SoHumane dog and cat food bank: Dog and cat food available according to what’s been donated. Drive up to their door Monday-Friday, 12-5, call them at 541-779-3215, let them know how many dogs or cats you need food for, and they will bring the food out to your car.
211info: Is a non-profit contact center launched in 1980 as a crisis line. In 2004, they transformed into a 211 service, providing callers with referrals to basic needs programs such as food, shelter, health care and more. Since then, they've expanded: consumers can still reach the service by calling 211, but they can also text or email, or use the mobile app and online database.
To speak with a 211 Community Information Specialist about resources in your area:
CALL 211 or 866-698-6155
TEXT your zip code to 898211 (TXT211), Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
EMAIL [email protected], Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
PHONE 24 hours per day / 7 days a week
OR search for resources on our online database or download our app.