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Salvation Army Hope House Transitional Living


Men, women and families come to us from the street, from camps and cars and find a hand up to help them get back on their feet. Broken lives are mended. Parents are reunited with children. A second chance becomes a better life.

On a daily basis, we are changing people’s lives, restoring families, and providing hope. Since 1996, The Salvation Army’s Hope House in Medford has helped Jackson County’s homeless get back on their feet. Hope House is a drug and alcohol free transitional living facility that accommodates single men, single women and families. Living facilities include individual rooms and dorms for single men and women. For families, home is one large room when they first come to Hope House.

The Salvation Army’s transitional programs move people from the streets to stability to employment and finally to a home. At Hope House, children find a safe, alcohol and drug free place to call home while their parents get back on their feet. Hope House provides a safe and clean environment supported by 24-hour, seven-day-a-week case management and supportive services. Clients become healthy physically, mentally and emotionally. They complete drug and alcohol treatment, reunite with children, get jobs, pay debt, start saving money and learn valuable life skills to help them become self-sufficient.


1065 Crews Rd., Medford

Call 541-773-7005 for more information.