Low-Income & Community Survival Resources

From The Corvallis Advocate:

Corvallis is an expensive place to live. Homes cost more on average to buy than they do in similar areas — in fact, the median home cost as of last month was $464,750, with a cost of living rating that is 12.8 points higher than an average American town.

Despite the ever-increasing cost of living in Corvallis, there are a massive number of public resources available to those in need ranging from food, utility and rent assistance, to public transportation and medical aid.

Community Services Consortium (CSC):

One of over 1,000 anti-poverty agencies across the country, CSC focuses on connecting people in need with whatever resources they need. 

They provide foodsafe and affordable housing, jobs and financial assistance, and education or training to members of Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties.

Read the full article and complete list of local organizations/service providers at www.corvallisadvocate.com/2021/low-income-community-survival-resources/

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