The Second Question: Insight, Resources, Connections

08.21.14
The Coos Bay Stand Down event was not the only one! Stand Down events will resume in Oregon in September. These self-sufficiency fairs are a great way for veterans to gain access to a variety of resources and services.
08.20.14
Oregon Project Independence (OPI) was created in 1975 to assist individuals over the age of 60 with services to help them stay in their own homes. In 2014 the Oregon Legislature provided funding to expand the OPI program to serve individuals between the ages of 19-59 in certain areas of the state. This is a one-year pilot project which will study the need and cost of providing the OPI program to younger adults on a permanent basis.
08.20.14
There are many families in our communities who struggle to provide school supplies for their children. With a new school year upon us, it's not too late to help those in need. Below are several areas with drives underway. Also included is some information on how parents can access free school supplies for their children.
08.18.14
The water quality advisory issued on Thursday (8/14) has been lifted as of Friday (8/15) at 4pm.    
08.14.14
On Friday, August 15, the South Coast Veterans Assistance Network will host Coos Bay’s Veterans Stand Down event. This resource fair is an opportunity for all honorably discharged veterans, with an emphasis on those who are homeless, to have access to a variety of social and support services. Time and Location: 9am-3pm (August 15) At Coos Bay National Guard Armory (255 Norman Ave, Coos Bay, OR 97420)
08.14.14
Nowadays, with the cost of college being more expensive than ever, more and more students look to online courses for feasibility and affordability. 
08.14.14
The Polk County Resource Center has sponsored the Dallas Apple Tree Project for the past 15 years, as a part of Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency's mission to assist the families of Polk County. This project assists children of low-income families in getting the most from their public education experience by providing school supplies. The families served cannot afford the basic school supplies their children need in order to perform well in school. Without proper school supplies, the academic achievement of these children will suffer.
08.13.14
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08.13.14
The Yamhill County Early Childhood Resource Team is hosting a free vision screening for kids 3-7 at the McMinnville Library on Wednesday, August 27, from 11am to 1pm. Visit www.seetoread.net for more information.