KLCAS partners with members of our community creating a social network which will empower people to become self-reliant, contributing members of our community. Here individuals can find resources which may be available to them within both Klamath and Lake Counties.
The referral component of our organization is a key piece to creating economic stability in people’s lives. KLCAS distributes approximately 500 resource guides per month to agencies and individuals. If you are a provider and would like to update or add information, please contact is Jennifer Garcia at email@example.com.
The KLCAS Resource Guide offers a list of agencies within Klamath and Lake Counties who provide support and services.
NEW: The Klamath Family Warming Center will be opening soon for families and individuals who are homeless and in need of shelter for the night. With an anticipated openeing of December 15th, now is the perfect time for people interested in volunteering to get signed up. To learn more, please view the attached Volunteer Letter and visit the Klamath Assembly of God website by clicking here. You can sign up to volunteer directly through the KAOG website.
2-1-1 info allows users to find the services they need when they need them in Klamath and Lake Counties. This service is also available state wide.
Community Action Partnership of Oregon (CAPO) lets users search for services available in their area.
Klamath-Lake County Food Bank provides useful information such as food pantry schedules.
Lions Club-Vision Sight & Hearing Aid Assistance provides assistance in obtaining eyeglasses or hearing aids.
Oregon Helps is an interactive website that will estimate potential eligibility for programs and assistance.
Oregon Law Help offers free legal information for low-income Oregonians.
Oregon Prescription Drug Program helps families and individuals with the purchase of prescriptions.
Oregon Telephone Assistance Program (OTAP) can help reduce phone bills.
Needy Meds maintains a website of free information on programs that help people who can’t afford medications and healthcare costs.