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Oxford House Umpqua Valley

Transitional Housing
Roseburg, OR
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1303 South East Booth Avenue
Roseburg, OR - 97470

541-673-1105 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website Donate

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Anonymous - Dec 12, 2019

Would like to apply for a space, room within next two three weeks definitely before first of the year.. don't have bed or furniture. Have car 2005 Tahoe that needs urgent work. I own outright.

Anonymous - Sep 8, 2020

How much money do i need to move in and do you have room

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  1. I am homeless female have bad leg need rest to get healthy enough to get to work. Too much walking and no soft bed to recover. I am only addicted to cigs but use white and booze in moderation when I can. I want to get off of the streets and I will not use the samaritan women's abuse prison. posted June 17, 2019
  2. I am homeless sleeping in my car, looking for a job and have 3 interviews on Monday. I have OHP and am hoping for assistance posted May 3, 2020
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