St. Vincent de Paul - Social Services Office
132 SE 'H' Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526 Social Services Office ( Tel: 541 479-0926 )
SVdP SOCIAL SERVICES IS CLOSED ON MONDAYS AND OPEN ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY
10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM
What we do:
The Saint Vincent de Paul Social Services Office of Grants Pass serves residents of Josephine County, as well as transient people who are in need of assistance.
Our door is open to all. We operate entirely with volunteers, and are open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 AM until 2 PM (open during lunch hour also).
Our phone number is (541) 479-0926. Due to limited staffing, we are currently unable to return phone messages. Please call during the listed business hours to speak with one of our volunteers.
We provide assistance to the degree that we have funds available in the following areas:
- Utility Bills.
- Emergency Food.
- Bus Transportation (local).
- Prescription Medications (non-narcotic only).
- Sleeping Bags and Tents (when available).
- Home Visits.
- Counseling and Referrals.
- Other assistance based on evaluation by our volunteers.
How do I get Help?
Come to our office located 132 Southeast 'H' Street in Grants Pass during our listed hours of operation. The office will be closed on the following holidays:
- New Year's Day: January 1
- Martin Luther King, Jr's Birthday: January 20
- Good Friday: April 18
- Memorial Day: May 26
- US Independence Day: July 4
- Labor Day: September 1
- Thanksgiving Day: November 27
- Christmas Day: December 25
People are served in the order in which they arrive.
Bring your identification and any relevant document, such as utility bills, shut-off notices, prescriptions, etc.
We are dedicated to offering our brothers and sisters a helping hand, a second chance, or an opportunity to get back on their feet again. We cannot offer on-going financial assistance, but often can provide counseling and helpful referrals.
Saint Vincent de Paul currently has no shelter facility in Grants Pass. We refer people to the Gospel Rescue Mission, or to the Saint Vincent de Paul Family Shelter in Medford.
An essential part of our work is to provide aid while maintaining the confidentiality and dignity of those who are served. Please visit our office if you are in need to help. We will do our best to provide assistance, counseling, and referrals.