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.
One of over 1,000 anti-poverty agencies across the country, CSC focuses on connecting people in need with whatever resources they need.
Read the full article and complete list of local organizations/service providers at www.corvallisadvocate.com/2021/low-income-community-survival-resources/