The organizations listed below have a direct relationship to our public education mission, are government agencies with a relationship to education or are non-profit organizations who serve the community's public interest as does the local education agency.
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies down the street, across the country and around the world.
The Oregon Pacific Chapter serves more than 750,000 individuals in Benton, Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane, Lincoln and Linn counties.
In every community, an increasing number of children are at home with no adult care or supervision. Young people need to know that someone cares about them. Boys & Girls Clubs offer that and more. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys & girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. Boys & Girls Clubs are a safeplace to learn and grow - all while having fun.
The Roseburg City website features information about city governement, city council, job opportunities, the fire department, and news releases.
Come and visit our city.
Visit the Douglas County website for information of all kinds related to the governing of over 5000 square miles extending from the Pacific Ocean to the Cascade Mountains.
Douglas County was named for U.S. Senator Steven A. Douglas (1813-1861). Senator Douglas was a Democratic candidate for the Presidency against Abraham Lincoln in 1860, and he was an enthusiastic Oregon supporter in the Congress. When first created on January 24, 1851, the County was part of Umpqua County. On January 7, 1852, the Territorial Legislature created new boundaries and renamed it Douglas County. Learn more about Douglas County...
The Douglas County Library System provides free access to information, ideas, books and technology that enrich, educate and empower every individual in our communities.
The Douglas County Library System, formed in 1955, consists of the Headquarters library in Roseburg and ten branch libraries located throughout the county.
Our friendly and professional staff is eager to serve you.
United Way is a community "owned and operated" non-profit organization that provides fundraising, education and technical support to a broad range of health and human-care services delivered by 36 non-profit agencies here in Douglas County. The concept of consolidating many fund drives into one began in this community over 50 years ago with the foundation of the Community Chest. Eventually the Community Chest evolved into United Good Neighbors and, finally, into the United Way
No family makes too much for Healthy Kids. Even middle-income families may qualify for coverage on a sliding scale. For example, a family of four can earn as much as $67,200 per year and may qualify for the low-cost option.
To be eligible, a child must be uninsured, under the age of 19, live in Oregon and be a legal resident. Family income will determine whether the child qualifies for the no-cost, low-cost or full-cost option.
More information is available on the UCAN - Healthy Kids webpage.
Check out the Oregon.gov website for information on all aspects of Oregon's government including; Business, Education, Human Services, Natural Resources, Public Safety, Recreation, and Transportation.
The Douglas County Early Childhood Planning Coalition is a broad collaborative effort by members of local agencies and organizations to develop parent education and family strengthening opportunities that promote the healthy development of young children who reside in Douglas County, Oregon. The Coalition comes together to link community resources and families through a coordinated planning process and strives to offer a wide variety of parent education classes to meet the needs of a diverse parent population.
Check out the Roseburg Area Visitor Center for local attractions, recreation oportunities, lodging, dining and events in the Land of Umpqua.
Umpqua Community College is one of the most picturesque colleges in the country, nestled between beautiful tree-studded hills and overlooking a large bend in the North Umpqua River. Natural volcanic rock and rustic, cedar shake architecture grace the 14 campus buildings located on a 100-acre plot of land six miles north of Roseburg. Easy access to Interstate 5, exit 129, and mild year-around climate complement the scenic beauty of the campus.
YMCA staff and volunteers are committed to helping you identify the best ways the YMCA can support and serve you.