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In the Media

Community Services Consortium celebrates 40 years of service

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Community Services Consortium being established to help local families in the community overcome poverty and give them the tools and resources to build brighter futures.

In the Media

CSC receives emergency relief funds to distribute to qualified renters

Community Services Consortium last week received over $500,000 of state funding to use as emergency housing assistance for residents of Benton, Linn and Lincoln counties.

Board Meetings

CSC Governing Board Executive Committee and Budget Committee Meeting: June 24, 2020

Meetings are open to the public, and the public’s input is welcomed.

News

CSC COVID-19 Rental Relief Program

Due to high need and volume of applications, please expect delays in response times. Thank you. CSC is providing a COVID-19 Rental Relief Program with …

Board Meetings

CSC Governing Board Meeting: May 28, 2020

Meetings are open to the public, and the public’s input is welcomed.

News

Cancellation of the Barrel to Keg Relay Race

When we started planning our 10th Anniversary Celebration, no one could have foreseen our current reality and the devastation of this pandemic. Unfortunately, after much …

In the Media

A truckload of food: Donation is a 3-day supply given current need

The need is definitely there in the mid-valley amid the coronavirus outbreak, and Linn Benton Food Share is uniquely qualified as a distributor because its reach essentially includes the entire mid-valley.

In the Media

Oregon Freeze Dry donates Mountain House meals to mid-valley

Oregon Freeze Dry is donating more than 36,000 Mountain House meals to mid-Willamette Valley community members who need it the most due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, including health care organizations, first responders, care homes, school districts, food pantries and gleaning services, the company announced on Wednesday morning.

In the Media

Retired Ambulance Gets Another Career in Street Outreach

An old ambulance that has gone through life as a police crime investigation unit and incident command vehicle is moving on to a new life: helping the homeless.

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