United Community Action Network

Serving Douglas and Josephine Counties
• Creating solutions to poverty             • Improving lives in our community
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

⇒ Memorial Day - May 26, 2014
Independence Day - July 4, 2014
Labor Day - September 1, 2014

UCAN is a private non-profit Community Action Agency, founded in 1969 in Roseburg, Oregon by a group of three women, then called "welfare moms", and two caseworkers who wanted more for their children. Now, more than 40 years later, UCAN operates throughout Douglas and Josephine Counties with a staff of more than 180 people committed to promoting resources and opportunities that increase the self sufficiency of all low income families and individuals.

Through the operation of our programs and in partnerships with other agencies, our goal is to alleviate poverty and positively impact the quality of life for elderly, poor, and disabled individuals.

Core Values...


Respect, Dignity, Compassion and Equity: UCAN board, staff and volunteers embrace these qualities in their interactions with people using UCAN's services, the staff and the community.

Accountability: UCAN provides services in a manner that is effective, efficient and meaningful to the community and people's lives. UCAN uses public and private funds in a prudent manner and has fiscal controls that assure superior accountability.

Making a Positive Difference: UCAN's services make a positive difference in people's lives because all people have the ability to grow, improve and change. UCAN makes a positive difference in our communities by providing needed, meaningful and quality services.

Quality and Excellence: UCAN is committed to performing all its functions to the highest caliber and strives for "best practices" in all aspects of its operations. UCAN is a "learning organization" that values creativity and flexibility and embraces the concept of continuously improving the quality of its services throughout the agency.

Partnering: UCAN is an interactive partner with the people using UCAN's services, other agencies and the community.

Courage: UCAN is willing to take risks, try new things, and encourages staff ideas for new projects.

Honesty/Integrity: UCAN is committed to honesty and integrity in all aspects of its organization.