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Jackson County Health & Human Services
140 S. Holly Street • Medford, Oregon 97501
Addiction is a serious and sensitive issue and treating it requires specialized knowledge. Meet Jackson County’s expert addictionologist.
Whether you’ve seen them or not, feral cats are abundant in Jackson County. Here’s how the Animal Shelter helps our local felines both wild and domesticated.
Did you know that psychosis is more likely to develop in people between 15 and 25? Fortunately, treatment can be very effective, and has a major impact on the rest of someone’s life.
Suicide…it happens too much in our community. Here’s how Jackson County fights to prevent it.
Jackson County, in an effort to prevent suicide, has partnered in a new ambitious approach.
It can feel hopeless trying to change a child’s behavior. What’s the “right” way to do it?
With only 6 people on staff at the Jackson County Animal Shelter, we rely heavily on the support from the Friends of the Animal Shelter.
“Looking for a Loyal Companion? Adopt a Dog or Cat from the Animal Shelter”.
A new innovative program, Dogs Playing for Life, has helped increase live releases for dogs from 85% in 2015 to 94% today.
Here’s a look at how Animal Control is responsible for more than “just catching stray dogs.”
Health and Human Services Administration
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