Our staff and volunteers have a long, trusted history working with people in poverty in the tri-counties area. With our collective backgrounds and experience, we help individuals to gain access to other social services and support networks whose good work is also transforming our broader community.
If you need assistance with services beyond what CDDC provides, you may wish to check with these additional community connections.
Stone Soup Corvallis, Inc. provides healthy meals every day of the week to any person in need in the Corvallis community. Meals are served at one of four alternating meal sites: St. Mary’s Catholic Church, First Christian Church, Third Street Commons, and Hygiene Center. Click the link for more information on daily meal times and locations.
Corvallis Housing First
CHF provides housing for people experiencing homelessness, generally those who need ongoing help or who have been homeless more than once or for a year or more. If you think they can help you, please call them at (541) 230-1297 for more information. People who qualify for housing can meet with a case manager to talk about their program to see if what they have available can help you.
Community Outreach, Inc.
Located at 865 NW Reiman Ave. Corvallis, and open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Community Outreach’s Transformational Housing program provides on-site housing for men, women, and families, including veterans and young adults. While in housing, clients receive direct case management services, access to mental health and addiction treatment services, and life skills training. COI also offers a medical services for people without health insurance, mental health and alcohol and drug counseling, and onsite childcare. Call Phone: (541) 758-3000 or visit their website for more information.
Community Services Consortium
CSC provides services focus on essential day-to-day survival, such as food and housing, as well as developing new skills that lead to independence through education, training, and work. Whether you need help keeping the heat on today or want help planning for your career of tomorrow, CSC is here to help. Call 541-752-1010 or visit their website for more information.
HOPE Advisory Board
Benton County Housing & Homelessness
The Home, Opportunity, Planning and Equity (HOPE) Advisory Board is a joint effort between Benton County and the City of Corvallis to facilitate a comprehensive, coordinated response to housing and homelessness issues from the county, cities, diverse community partners, leaders, and persons experiencing homelessness.
Benton County Health Services
Benton County provides medical services, mental health counseling and assessment, alcohol and drug treatment, help signing up for Oregon Health Plan, and more. They are located at 530 NW 27th St, Corvallis, and are open from 8am-5pm. Call them at (541) 766-6835 or visit their website.
Vina Moses Center
Vina Moses Center helps people through times of hardship, engaging the community to build resilience and improve wellbeing. They provide household goods, clothing, food, and other items as well as help with rent, utility, prescriptions, and other urgent financial needs. Please make an appointment to shop by calling (541) 753-1420.
Unity Shelter is an umbrella organization for programs that provide safe shelter in Corvallis, Oregon, including The Men’s Shelter, SafePlace, and Room at the Inn. Visit the “Help” section of their website to learn more about taking advantage of their services. You can also call (541) 286-5121 for more information.
For more information about accessing and receiving medical care, visit their website or call (800) 863-5241. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.
Corvallis School District
The Welcome Center is a coordinated effort of Corvallis School District staff, generous donations made by donors through the Corvallis Public Schools Foundation, Dial-A-Bus of Benton County, The Arts Center, Corvallis Assistance League, and local faith communities and community members. They can help with food, financial assistance, gift cards, art projects, and supplies. The Welcome Center is located at the Western View Center, 1435 SW 35th Street on Monday through Thursday from 9 am to noon.