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Emergency Services for Jackson County

Posted By | Meghan Blood

If you live in Jackson County, Oregon, and are facing legal or financial hardships or need emotional support due to the Oregon wildfires, Catholic Charities may be able to help.

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Refugee Services Spotlight: Looking forward to helping refugee families reunite and rebuild their lives in 2021

Today we congratulate President Biden and welcome him to his first day in office. At Catholic Charities of Oregon, we look forward to what a Biden Administration will mean for our programs—especially our Refugee Services Program.

Política de inmigración durante la transición de la administración presidencial

Manténgase alerta y conozca sus derechos. Protéjase y proteja a su familia con información confiable.

Oregon Wildfires: The Long Road to Recovery

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Oregon’s devastating September wildfires took lives, homes, and acres of land. Whole communities were destroyed. People’s entire livelihoods are gone, their futures uncertain. Alongside local and national partners, Catholic Charities has been supporting disaster relief efforts in Medford, Phoenix, and Talent.

Rebuilding: Oregon Wildfire Victims Turn to Catholic Charities After Losing Homes, Stability, Livelihoods

(VIDEO) Amid an already stressful year, thousands of Oregonians—many from immigrant communities—suffered trauma and devastation unlike many of us will see in our lifetimes. 

PRESS RELEASE: Extended Case Management for Refugees in Governor Kate Brown’s Recommended Budget

Catholic Charities, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Lutheran Community Services NW and our Partners in Oregon’s Refugee Resettlement Collaborative Applaud the Inclusion of Extended Case Management in Governor Kate Brown’s Recommended Budget.

Disaster Strikes, Faith and Unity Endure

Cynthia Molina, MSW, QMHP, CSWA, and Assistant Director of Emergency and Navigation Services, talks about coming together to keep faith and hope alive in the face of disaster after visiting Medford, OR, to provide legal clinics, hygiene items, and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.
John Herrera

Hope in the Midst of Loss

John Herrera, Catholic Charities’ Director of Immigration Legal Services, talks about hope in the midst of loss after visiting Medford, OR, to offer legal clinics and distribute hygiene items and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.

Refugee Services team helps newcomers find and maintain employment

Those who flee oppression and violence arrive in the U.S. to find yet another dire situation. Catholic Charities’ Refugee Services department has developed resources to keep newcomers employed and housed.
Matthew Westerbeck

Refugee resettlement in the NW corner of the U.S.: “An honor and a privilege”

This post originally appeared on USCCB’s Faces of Migration blog.
John Herrera

I've Been Called a Lot of Things...But Never an Angel

John Herrera is the director of the Immigration Legal Services program at Catholic Charities. He gave these remarks at a Christmas party hosted by friends of Catholic Charities.