St. Anthony Shelter - Shelter For Women - Medford, OR

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2424 N. Pacific Hwy.
Medford, OR 97501
: 541-772-3828

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Description: Six single women's beds, family rooms, thirty day stay, showers, supply your own food, cook your own food, Curfew at 7 pm, out from 10 am to 4:00 pm. Laundry on site. Behind St. Vincent DePaul, they have Deposit assistance, food for pets, bathroom products, clothing vouchers for the year, tents, sleeping bags, soup kitchen 8 am to 1 pm six days a week.

Volunteers Requests by St. Anthony Shelter - Shelter For Women: None needed, ran by two people.


Donation Requests by St. Anthony Shelter - Shelter For Women: Laundry soap, bathroom items, sheets, Blankets, toys, books, food, clothes.



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