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Helping Youth 24/7/365

Jackson Street Youth Services gives youth a safe place to live and resources that get them on the road to a better life.

Founded to fill a gap in local support services for housing homeless youth, we serve Linn and Benton Counties and rely on donations and partnerships from throughout the region to give youth in crisis a stable future.

RSVP to our Annual Fundraising Reception - April 14, 2016

We’re approach “The Tipping Point” and you’re invited to join us! Thursday, April 14, 2016 from 5:30-7pm

Please RSVP by completing the form below

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Special thanks to our business sponsors for this event:

Let’s End Youth Homelessness Together

With abundant hope, excitement, and gratitude, we are proud to announce we’ve reached a tipping point in our work to end youth homelessness in Benton and Linn counties. Check out our latest Annual Report.

Jackson Street has expanded to provide services to more youth than ever before in our history and has also provided more of those needed services to each of those individual youth. Here are quotes from the youth themselves.

We’ve changed our name to Jackson Street Youth Services (formerly Shelter) and dropped the Inc. No more JSYSI, now you can now just call us Jackson Street. No matter what town or street we provide any of our services, Jackson Street means prevention and services for homeless youth throughout our region!

Donate online by clicking on the big red button! It’s easy and safe.

Donate Now button for Jackson Street Youth Shelter goes to the Network for Good for secure online donations.

Where would we be without you? Nowhere! Please take a moment now to make your annual donation to keep these programs alive and available to the youth and families who need them.

Or mail check to either county:

Jackson Street Youth Services
PO Box 1984 Albany, OR 97321

PO Box 285 Corvallis, OR 97339

Jackson Street Youth Services is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Jackson Street Albany House Tour

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