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Anybody who has lived in Medford for at least the past half-decade will have noticed an increased number of homeless people in the area.
Since April is child abuse awareness month, Tammy Pitson, executive director of Jackson County's Children's Advocacy Center, was invited to speak at the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council meeting.
At this month's Local Public Safety Coordinating Council meeting, Rick Rawlins of Jackson County Mental Health gave an overview of the program and how it's uniquely positioned to help people in crisis in our community.
At this month’s Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Meeting, we learned about the agencies in Jackson County that shoulder the massive, complex, and ever-evolving task of cannabis regulation and code enforcement.
At this month’s Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Meeting, we learned about updates to Senate Bill 48 and services available to victims of domestic violence.
At this months' Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Meeting, multiple representatives from The Collaborate outlined this exciting new program and shared their plans for helping to improve our community.
The topic of Measure 110 has come up in nearly every Local Public Safety Coordinating Council meeting since it was passed last year.
A recurring topic of conversation at recent Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Meetings has been the new legislation that has resulted from recent Oregon legislative sessions.
Conversation with representatives from Jackson Care Connect informing us about an upcoming behavioral health housing summit in Jackson County.
With substance use disorder becoming a growing concern in our community, there is an increasing need for recovery support and housing services in Jackson County.
Justin Hon gave an overview of Rogue Retreat, which has provided supported housing to the homeless in our community since 2006.
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