Friends of Grace Point Fellowship
This “Friends of Grace Point Fellowship” website page is dedicated to organizations that align with our mission.
Feel free to contact them directly if you have questions or needs.
“And they will remember that God is their rock, and they will be redeemed.” Psalm 78:35
We are Here to Serve the Southern Oregon Community.
We Invite You to Come As You Are.
Our Services are Confidential & Payment is Determined by a Sliding Scale.
(scholarships are available)
The ROC Recovery Center is located at 213 S. Fir St., inside Grace Point Fellowship, in Medford, Oregon.
The ROC Recovery Center is a faith-based charitable organization that is committed to meet the needs of those struggling with addiction behavior, mental illness, domestic violence, homelessness or emotional trauma in the Southern Oregon community.
If you or someone you know battles with addiction behaviors please give us a call at 541.200.3000 or email: email@example.com
ROC Recovery Center Mission Statement
The ROC is a faith-based charitable organization whose purpose is to empower, inspire, and provide
restoration to the brokenhearted as they overcome addiction, rebuild lives, and restore families through God’s love.
Advocacy | Promote Recovery in our Community
Respect | Always Considerate of Others
Integrity | Walking in Honesty and Truth
Empowerment | Focus on Creating Solutions
Passion | Dedicated to Success
Teamwork | We all Succeed Together
Thrive | Commitment to Growth
For additional information call 541.200.3000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Families for Children(SFFC) Information Night
Monday, September 27, 2021
6 – 7:15pm
View flyer here >>
“I tell you, even though he will not get up and give you the bread because of friendship, yet because of your shameless audacity he will surely get up and give you as much as you need.” – Luke 11:8
Grace Point Fellowship is dedicated to supporting Safe Families for Children. We encourage those who are led to volunteer by becoming a host family, caring for a child in your home, or becoming a family friend. We offer training at Grace Point Fellowship in our Cafe. There are always ongoing needs so please contact Rick Fraenkel with any questions about this ministry.
For more information contact Rick Fraenkel at 541.941.3830
or by email at email@example.com
Safe Families for Children’s vision is to create a world where children are safe and families transformed through radically compassionate communities. Our mission is to host vulnerable children and create extended family–like supports for desperate families through a community of devoted volunteers who are motivated by compassion to keep children safe and families intact.
- we could stop child abuse before it starts?
- it wasn’t a shameful experience for at-risk families to ask for help?
- single moms were connected to support instead of socially isolated?
- local government, non-profits, and churches worked together to help families in crisis?
- a family’s safety net was their neighbors instead of the government?
- you didn’t have to ‘qualify’ to be cared for?
- children and teens could be protected during times of crisis without being permanently separated from their parents?
Safe Families for Children is the answer.
94% of children hosted in a Safe Family return home and will never be the subject of an abuse or neglect allegation.
Isolation is the most significant contributing factor to child abuse. Through Safe Families for Children, parents step out of isolation and into relationships, reducing the risk of child abuse.
- earn a high school diploma and college degree
- be employed and have health insurance
- decrease welfare dependency
- avoid incarceration
Becoming a Safe Families for Children Volunteer is easy and rewarding.
As a Host Family, caring for a child in your home, or a Family Friend, standing alongside a family offering wisdom and guidance or providing essential support through material goods, you will impact your community for good and potentially help a family chart a course to sustained health and success.
Areas of involvement to consider:
- Host Family: Voluntarily host children in your home on a temporary basis.
- Family Friend: Encourage and support host families and families in need.
- Resource Friend: Provide goods & services to families in need. (meals, gas, groceries)
- Family Coach: Help families in need reach their goals and provide encouragement to host families
- Donate/Raise Funds: Your financial support keeps children safe and families intact
- Pray: Pray for families in crisis, our volunteers, our staff, and the movement
- Host a Home Gathering:
- Assist w/Administrative Tasks: Phone Calls, emails, data entry
- Become a Circle of Support for One Family: Provide clothing, food, transportation or other items to support family.
IMMEDIATE NEEDS & UPDATES
September 14th, 2021
Hosting Opportunity- There is a resident at our TLP home, is desperate need of relationship that only family can provide. This young adult has grown up on Foster Care and has no family. She desperately wants a family to connect with, go to dinner, go hiking, and spend holidays with. She’s not looking for a parent, but relationship and belonging. We’d like her to remain at TLP as her primary residence and do respite and family activates with a family. This young adult is a go getter and overall joy to be around. She has a job, just bought her 1st car, and enjoys healthy outdoor activities. Do you have room for 1 more at your table?
Hosting Opportunity- We have a 17.5 year old male who is needing a host home until he turns 18. This youth is pursuing his diploma and is very close to graduating, he has been employed the past 9 months at a grocery store. He has an extensive Poke man collection, enjoys riding his bike- which he rides to and from work. Conversation flows easily with this youth, he is insightful- but needs healthy connections and relationship.
Circle of Support Needed: The mom of the youth listed above is in desperate need of a circle of support. What’s a circle of support? Someone (or a team of someone’s) who build connection and relationship with the family. This momma is isolated and we know the #1 risk factor to families is isolation. Mom has a fantastic professional team, but could use relationship and a church she and the kids could engage with. Someone to bring dinner or take her to coffee (she can pay her part) and love on this family.
Gift Cards- Grocery, Gas, Haircuts Gift Cards- When we get these, we quickly disperse them to our hosting parents. I cannot express how much these little things help!
- Thankful for everyone who’s loved on our Safe Families, throughout the summer we have been blessed with and delivering Gift Cards, food and supplies to all our Host Homes.
- Thank you for the quick response in gas cards to help the youth get to the Washington School of the Blind- the youth as decided to attend the school!
- Thank you for all the effort to build our volunteer base!
Current Hosting’s/Circle of Support:
Mountain: 1 Long-Term Hosting
Living Waters: 1 Circles of Support, 1 co-hosting with Mountain and 1 respite hosting
Eagle Point Community Bible: 1 Circles of Support
Unassigned Hosting: 1 Circle of Support in Central Point
Hope City: 1 Circle of Support/Respite Hosting
For additional information contact Rick Fraenkel by phone: 541.941.3830
OR email: firstname.lastname@example.org