Rebuilding Together Rogue Valley’s Safe-at-Home program has been developed to help low-income seniors and persons with disabilities safely “age-in-place” as long as possible in their current homes.

Preventing falls and improving accessibility will save lives, save dollars and also address the housing crisis in Southern Oregon by helping keep this vulnerable demographic from needing public housing or becoming homeless.

Thank you Oregon Community Foundation

Rebuilding Together Rogue Valley would like to thank the Oregon Community Foundation for awarding us $50,000 via the Reed and Carolee Walker Foundation.


These funds will support our growing capacity needs and allow us to continue to increase our community footprint

Our impact starts with you!

We are a donation driven organization, made possible by people just like you. If you want to help make an impact in your community, use the donation form here to make a contribution. Every dollar helps!

I just wanted to pass along a huge thank you to you and your organization. My dad loves being able to come “home”. This wasn’t possible before the ramp was installed. It has truly been an incredible blessing to our family.

Scott Rucker and Family

“The ramp you built for me saved my life.”

“The bathroom grab bars and my new shower chair with arms means that for the first time in five years, I am able to take a shower without someone watching me.”


DME Installations:

Our contractors are Certified Aging in Place Specialists (CAPS) and install all of our durable medical equipment (grab bars, shower wands, bed rails, toilet risers, etc). These are safety items designed to prevent very avoidable injuries such as trips and falls.
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Speaking Seminars:

We love speaking to the community.
Let us be a part of your next event or safety training by booking us to come to your facility or business. 
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Safety inspections:

We provide in home inspections to determine what needs to be implemented in order for you to be safe in your home. We will come out and inspect your area with our certified contractors to help you feel secure and prevent slips, trips and falls in your home.
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Because our grant funding changes regularly, we require an intake to be completed for every applicant. If more than a year has passed since you last applied, we will need another intake to ensure your eligibility information has not changed.

 To apply, please call our intake line at 541.526.9201 OR click ‘apply for services’ to fill out our online form.

If you are having issues with these options you can email Kendyl at [email protected]

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Our grant funding is ever changing and each funder has their own eligibility requirements. Our intake is designed to ask you everything we need to know to assess to see if you qualify for each of our funding sources at the time you apply.

Most grants require you to be low income (based on HUD guidelines), own your home and live in Jackson or Josephine County.

If you have Allcare CCO, Advantage or PACE, please contact your case manager as they will apply on your behalf.

RBTRV works very hard to provide the best possible service with a small staff of just two people. It is often not realistic for us to call every applicant. We review every application within 5 days of being turned in and will either call to schedule or place you on a list of people to serve when funding becomes available that you qualify for.

Please try to avoid calling us multiple times. If you would like an update on your application, please email [email protected]

We do not charge for our services and rely entirely on donations and grant funding. Our goal is to serve low income people in the valley in need of what we offer and we do not want cost to be a barrier.

If you are not considered low income, private pay is an option.

Have Allcare (CCO, Advantage or PACE)? Call your case manager and they will apply on your behalf. Once approved, they will pay for our work.

Donations help to fund services for low income families who fall through the cracks of qualification requirements from larger grant funders. Every donation is so highly appreciated.

Absolutely. Please see our price sheet for more information:

Pricing Sheet

Certified Aging in Place Specialist. We are proud to offer CAPS certified contractors who do our safety assessments and install all of our durable medical equipment (grab bars, shower wands, bed rails, toilet risers, etc).

Wouldn’t it be nice if your contractor was also trained in slip, trip and fall hazards that impact older adults and result in very preventable injuries and hospital stays? Good news! That is EXACTLY what we offer.

Our unique program, uses evidence based practices like the C.A.P.S training,  to keep you or your loved one safe at home for as long as possible.

Durable Medical Equipment. These are safety items designed to prevent very avoidable injuries like trips and falls. Some examples include:

  • Grab bars
  • Shower wands
  • Toilet risers
  • Bed rails
  • Step railings

Absolutely. Just communicate this to the intake line when you call.

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