Spiral Living Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving the Illinois Valley since 2006. Our mission is to create a sustainable, self-sufficient community in the Illinois Valley. In order to achieve this overall goal, we work to help all who live in the Illinois Valley to secure the basic necessities such as food, water, shelter, transportation and health care.
As a community health center, Siskiyou provides personalized, patient-centered care to help manage our patients’ individual and family wellness needs through all stages of life. Our goal is to provide a medical home that focuses on high quality primary and preventive care services for the whole family.
The Cave Junction Farmers' Market provides Illinois Valley farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters a venue in which to showcase their wares.
The Carpenter Foundation is a private family foundation governed by a Board which includes family members and public trustees who represent a wide range of experience and interests. Trustees make policy, grant and financial management decisions. The purpose of the Carpenter Foundation is to add opportunity, choice, inclusiveness, enrichment, and a climate for change for those living in the Rogue Valley. The Foundation works in partnership with other agencies, organizations and public entities.
The Four Way Community Foundation was established in Josephine County in 1975. The Foundation was incorporated under the leadership of the Grants Pass Rotary Club for the purpose of receiving and managing donations and bequests (monetary or capital) for civic, educational, charitable or religious purposes to enhance the quality of life for the residents of Josephine County and western Jackson County (defined as the portion of Jackson County west of the 123rd line of longitude which includes Rogue River, Gold Hill, Applegate and Ruch).
Radio for our way of life.
Illinois Valley Community Radio aims to air programs that reflect the unique diversity of our independent way of life.