Community Resources

Find the Resources you need to thrive in Sisters Country. Whether you’re looking for social services, recreation opportunities, food access, or something else, this comprehensive list will help you find what you need. Know of a resource that’s not already listed on our page? Registered users can submit resources to be added to the community resource guide.

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2023 Cold Weather Shelter Information -CLOSED

With cold weather upon us, many Central Oregon warming shelters have opened their doors or plan to do so soon. All information is current as of 12/2/23 and taken from the website of the Homeless Leadership Coalition.

Government Resources

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Public Safety and Services

Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District

Oregon Department of Transportation

TripCheck-Road Conditions

US Post Office

Wildfire Preparedness & Information

Prescription Drug Disposal

Sisters Sheriff’s Substation
703 N. Larch St.
Sisters, OR

Black Butte Police Station
13885 Bishops Cap
Black Butte Ranch, OR

Emergency Phone Numbers

Mental Health Crisis-Emergency Stabilization Center
(541) 322-7500 Ext 9

Deschutes County Sheriff

Social Services

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Food Access

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Individual and Family Support

Food Vouchers
Phone Number: 541-549-0771

Location: Sisters Fire District, Details: Grocery vouchers to Ray’s. $10 to individuals. $20 to families. Distributed every 90 days.

Kiwanis Food Bank

Location: 328 W. Main Street, Sisters

Contact: 541-410-8688

Details: Thursday from 9:00am-2:00pm. Must provide some information to determine eligibility.

Wellhouse Market

Location: Wellhouse Market Building–222 N Trinity Way, Sisters

Contact: 541-549-4184 or [email protected] 

Details: Open every Thursday at 4:30pm. Drive up options available. No eligibility requirements.

Family Kitchen

Location: Sisters Community Church–1300 McKenzie Hwy, Sisters

Contact: (541) 760-5677

Details: Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30pm stop by for a hot meal provided by Family Kitchen. Due to current covid-19 restrictions, meals will be served in a take-and-go format. No eligibility requirements or information required for meals.

School Aged Youth

Free/Reduced School Breakfast & Lunch

Contact: Terri Rood (Nutrition Services Lead Coordinator)
Phone: (541) 549-4057 | Email: [email protected]

Details: Eligible families can apply to receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch at school Monday-Friday. Complete an application to determine eligibility. Please print and complete the “Sharing Free Reduced Info Form” and the “Meals Application.”

**Note**These forms will be available on the SSD6 website at the start of the ’22-’23 school year.

**For youth struggling with food access during the summer months please contact Family Access Network to be connected with appropriate resources.

Dawn Cooper, SSD6 FAN Advocate:
Ph: 541-549-0155
Email: [email protected]

Theresa Slavkovsky, SSD6 FAN Advocate
Ph: 541-549-0155
Email: [email protected]


Senior Support

Senior Luncheon
Phone Number: (541) 678-5483

Location: Sisters Community Church, 1300 McKenzie Hwy, Sisters

Contact: (541) 678-5483,

Details: Adults aged 60 and over, are eligible for community meals at no-cost. In-person community dining: Tuesdays 11:00 am-1:00 pm. Drive thru pick up: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 12:00-12:30 pm.

Meals on Wheels
Phone Number: (541) 678-5483

Contact: (541) 678-5483

Details: Eligible only for seniors (60+). Meals on Wheels program is designed to meet the nutritional and social needs of isolated older adults. Frequent visits provide opportunities to deliver a healthy meal and help combat social isolation. The meals are delivered by volunteers between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays.

Seasonal Community Meals

Phone Number: (541) 549-1201

Location: Sisters Community Church, 1300 McKenzie Hwy, Sisters, Contact: (541) 549-1201, Details: Hot, traditional Thanksgiving meals.

Phone Number: (541) 549-0771

Location: Sisters Fire District, Contact: (541) 549-0771, Details: Hot, traditional Christmas meals.

Seasonal SNAP and EBT

Sisters Farmers Market

Location: Fir Street Park, Sisters, Oregon 97759

Phone: (541) 904-0134 

Email: [email protected]

Hours: Sunday 11:00am-2:00pm (Early June-Early October)

Details: Accepts SNAP/EBT. Check-in at Info Booth to use eligible benefits

Seed To Table

Details: Sign up for Seed to Table produce share in January. SNAP payments and subsidies are available for those experiencing cost-related barriers. Use contact information above for SNAP payment details.

Rainshadow Organics

Location: 71290 Holmes Road, Sisters (Farm Store)
Contact: [email protected],

Farm Store Autumn Hours: Friday and Saturday from 10:00am-3:00pm

Details: Summer/Winter/Full Diet CSA shares and Farm Store. SNAP payments are available. See website for SNAP payment details.

Tumalo Farmstand

Location: 19855 Eight Street, Bend, OR 97703,

Contact: 541-610-7733

Hours: M-F 10:00am-6:00pm, Sa & Su 10:00 am-5:00 pm (Apr/May-Sept/Oct),

Details: Accepts SNAP/EBT and Oregon Farm Direct Nutrition Program Checks. Must be enrolled in WIC to receive Farm Direct checks.

SNAP and EBT Locations

Ray’s Food Place
Location: 635 N Arrowleaf, Sisters

Location: 445 West Highway 20, Sisters

Dollar General
Location: 915 W McKinney Butte Rd, Sisters

Pet Food

Furry Friends
Location: 412 E. Main Ave, Ste 4

Contact: (541) 797-4023
Details: Call or text to coordinate pick-up

Culture and Equity

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Additional Resources

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Public Gathering Spaces

Five Pine Conference Center

Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District Community Hall
Phone Number: (541) 549-0771

Sisters City Hall
Phone Number: (541) 549-6022

Sisters Public Library
Phone Number: (541) 312-1070

Nonprofit Resources

NonProfit Association of Oregon

Community Builders Data Locator
A crowd sourced document with resources to data pertaining to Sisters Country and the surrounding area.

Sisters Give Guide

A central location of many of Sisters Country nonprofits. Use this guide to give back to your community through gifting donations of money, time, awareness, and advocacy.

Click here to see the Sisters Give Guide.

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