UCAN provides quality, low-cost rental housing units throughout Douglas County.
UCAN provides quality early childhood education and child care, nutritional services, health services, information and referral, transportation and family support services to children pre-K and pregnant mothers throughout Douglas County.
UCAN offers free home visiting services in Douglas County to strengthen families with children (newborn to age 3).
UCAN helps people find housing, qualify for housing, pay for housing, avoid eviction and stay in housing.
In Douglas County UCAN helps seniors manage their money.
Nurse Home Visiting
UCAN offers programs in which public health nurses provide home visiting services to improve the health of pregnant women and children age 0 - 20.
UCAN operates the UTrans public transit bus system, including para-transit services, throughout Douglas County. UCAN also offers Medicaid transportation services in Douglas and Josephine County for qualifying individuals needing non-emergency medical transportation.
UCAN provides food to pantries, community kitchens and other agencies serving low-income people. Josephine County Food Bank also operates Raptor Creek farm and offers gardening and nutrition programs.
UCAN helps answer questions about and enroll people in health insurance. UCAN also helps people obtain low- and no-cost prescriptions.
UCAN helps people pay their heating bills and avoid disconnection of service.
UCAN helps people connect to other services in their communities.
UCAN provides meaningful volunteer opportunities that help people in our communities while providing volunteers work experience, social connections and much more.
UCAN helps people prepare and file taxes.
UCAN improves the energy efficiency of homes, helping residents to reduce energy bills.
UCAN provides services to pregnant women, new mothers and children up to age 5 to safeguard their health.