AntFarm responds to Emergency needs in Clackamas County. In 2020-2022, AntFarm responded to Clackamas County needs when the Covid-19 pandemic began and actively worked with our community and partners to provide Isolation and Quarantine Wrap Around, Rent Assistance. We have provided Hundreds of thousands of dollars in Covid-19 support, responded to the 2020 Fires, and continue to work with our local communities of Sandy, Estacada, Molalla and the surrounding rural areas to provide education, information, and emergency response.
To learn more about this program, please contact Valerie Salazar Director of Housing & Homeless Services. E-mail Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (503) 668-7962.
ARPA Basic Needs Application
AntFarm has been awarded $2,000,000 in ARPA funds to provide basic goods and services to qualifying households, in Clackamas County, who have been impacted by COVID-19. AntFarm will take lead in partnership with other community based organizations to distribute these goods and services. If you represent a Community Based Organization supporting Clackamas County residents with basic needs, please complete the ARPA Basic Needs Application to become an AntFarm partner in these efforts. When you apply, we will contact you and share with you more about the process.
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