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Parent Wild Fire Advisory

Head First Life Lessons


Health Care Resources

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Assistance with OHP/HKC Application
Virginia Camberos with Oregon Action
Application Assister
Office Phone:  541-772-4029
Cell Phone:  541-778-2159
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PreSchool Promise Josephine County

Immunization Rates

Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center (ECLKC)

Resources for Dealing with Traumatic Events in Schools



Attendance Packet Handout



Fun Activities



Education and Financial Resources


  • If you are currently a recipients of a TANF funded program (ERDC, cash grant, assessment program) or any family member living in the household is on SSI (Supplemental Security Income). ERDC Application. For application instruction, This website has many options. To access instructions click “Child Care”, then click “Subsidy Rates”, then look for “ERDC Application”. Children with disabilities need to apply.

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Disabilities and Mental Health Resource Links:

Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder evaluations/index.html
Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Support
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
Autism Commission-Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism Indicators-First Signs
Autism Support-Autism Inspiration
Autism Support-Autism Speaks
Autism Support-Autism Society of America
Blindness Support-American Foundation for the Blind
Cerebral Palsy Support-United Cerebral Palsy
Classroom Supports and Information-National Association for the Education of Young People (NAEYC)
Classroom Supports-Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Interventions (TACSEI)
Deaf and Hearing Loss Support –Hands and Voices
Death-Talking to children about deathMr. Rogers
Developmental Milestones-Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Disability Supports and Information for Children with Disabilities
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY)
Disaster-Tips for Talking to Children After a Disaster: A guide for parents and teachers and other MH Information – SAMHSA
Down Syndrome Supports and Information-National Down Syndrome Society
Early Childhood Services/Gilbert Creek-Southern Oregon Educational Service District
Early Learning Emotional/Behavior Support-Center on Social Emotional Foundations of Early Learning
Epilepsy Information and Support-Epilepsy Foundation
Family Information and Supports-Oregon Family Support Network, Inc.
Fetal Alcohol Supports and Information-National Organization On Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Health Information- Oregon Family to Family
Heavy Work Ideas-Sensory Processing
Hearing Aid Guide- Consumer Affairs
Best Hearing Aids for 2017
Intellectual and Developmental Disability Support –The Arc
Mental Illness Information and Support-National Alliance of Mental Illness
Parent/Educator information and support for Preschool Children-Zero to Three
Parent and Family Training and Information for Children and Adults with Disabilities
Family and Child Together Parent Training and Information (FACT PTI)
Parenting in a Challenging World – The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Parent Support and Training-Swindell’s Child Disability Center-Providence Hospital
Positive Behavior Supports
Preschool Bullying Informational links:
Rare and Chromosomal Disorders Information-National Organization for Rare Disorders(NORD)
Resources for Dealing with Traumatic Events in Schools – University of Maryland School of Medicine
Sensory Supports –Sensory Planet
Social Security Disability Benefits
State Information on Education-Oregon Department of Education