Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center

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News & Events

Events

  • Mental Health Mondays every Monday at CDDC from 9 am – 12 pm
  • Haircut Mondays (will begin again in Summer 2022)
  • Art Tuesdays every Tuesday at CDDC from 9 am – 12 pm
  • Movie Tuesdays at 12pm at the Whiteside Theatre
  • Stay tuned for our next flu and COVID-19 vaccination clinic in partnership with Benton County Health Department

News

Corvallis Gazette TimesA curated page with recent articles concerning homelessness in Corvallis
https://www.gazettetimes.com/news/homeless/

Corvallis Advocate, November 27, 2021
https://www.corvallisadvocate.com/2021/book-bin-displays-art-stories-of-people-displaced-by-sweeps/

New CDDC Executive Director, February 2020
https://corvallisddc.org/2020/02/01/new-cddc-executive-director/

Media

The Importance of Being in Solidarity
2019

A Peace of My Mind
2021

CDDC was honored to host award-winning photographer, John Noltner, at the end of July 2021. His project, A Peace of My Mind, is a multimedia arts initiative that uses portraits and personal stories to bridge divides and encourage dialogue around important issues. Through exhibits, workshops, lectures, on-site studios, and distance learning, A Peace of My Mind leads transformative experiences that help a polarized world rediscover the common humanity that connects us.

To enjoy John’s portraits and stories about our CDDC guests, click here.

Local Folks Podcast Series
2019

Where can homeless people go when they need a pair of dry socks or a pair of shoes, a piece of twine to tie something together, a tool to repair their bicycle, or help getting a new ID? Season three of Local Folks Podcast focuses on the Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center – an organization who’s mission is to provide needed services to people who are living in poverty and experiencing homelessness. 

Click Here to listen to all 7 episodes hosted by Bob Madar.

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