The City of Corvallis’ social service allocations process is guided by Council Policy 00-6.05 Social Service Funding Policy. The current policy may be viewed here cc 00.6.05 Social Service Policy.

Each year since 1987, the City has set aside funds to help local non-profit agencies meet the needs of the community. United Way of Benton County provides expertise and administrative support in this effort. In FY 16-17, the City will distribute $361,000 to 22 different agencies in support of 28 programs.  United Way - United Hands

 Prior to each year's allocation, the City Council establishes the social service priorities. The priorities continue to be emergency and transitional needs. In FY 16-17 for example, Community Outreach was allocated $120,000 to provide integrated housing and health services; the Boys and Girls Club will receive $20,000 for Clubhouse support; Jackson Street Youth Shelter will receive 30,000; ABC House will receive $20,000 in support of Project Heal; and the Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence (CARDV) will receive $13,000 to provide shelter services.

Please click here for a complete list of FY 16-17 Social Service Allocations.

For more information on the City's support for social service programs, contact Marci Laurent. Email or phone 541.766.6981.

 

Last updated: 10/13/2016 4:32:21 PM