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Jackson County Health & Human Services
140 S. Holly Street • Medford, Oregon 97501
A new innovative program, Dogs Playing for Life, has helped increase live releases for dogs from 85% in 2015 to 94% today.
If this is your first visit with a service officer, you will want to bring documentation with you to support your claim.
Here’s a look at how Animal Control is responsible for more than “just catching stray dogs.”
This forms intended use is if another agency is working with a veteran who is seeking VA benfits.
Spaying and neutering your pets is very important. Watch to find out why it might be the best thing you can do for their welfare.
How “Person Centered Planning” helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities maintain freedom and independence in their lifestyles.
It’s often difficult for veterans to get the benefits they’re entitled to. Fortunately, Jackson County provides veterans with free qualified help to get the best benefits they can.
Helping people with severe mental illnesses integrate into society and improve quality of life takes a lot of careful planning and specialized knowledge.
Health and Human Services Administration
Read about our policies and notice regarding Americans with Disabilities