Community Partners

 

Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC)
CDRC offers clinical services for persons with developmental disabilities and other special health care needs. The center offers pediatric diagnosis and evaluation for a wide variety of developmental delays and disorders. Services are offered for children with communication disorders, feeding and nutrition concerns, motor-related problems, and spina bifida.

CDRC Regional Services Center
Clinical Services Building
University of Oregon Campus
901 E. 18th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97403

800-637-0700
541-346-3575

http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/child-development-and-rehabilitation-center/clinics-and-programs/cdrc-eugene-programs/index.cfm

 

Lane County Developmental Disabilities Services program
This office provides a range of services for eligible individuals
and their families, including intake and eligibility determination, case management, protective services for adults, community-based residential and employment services, foster care for children and adults, self-directed supports, high school transition services, and crisis resolution.

Lane County Public Service Building
2nd Floor
125 E. 8th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

541-682-3695
http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/HHS/DevDis/Pages/default.aspx

 

Head Start of Lane County
Head Start offers developmental and educational services to pregnant moms, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families who have low household incomes and struggle to meet the basic needs of life.

221 B Street
Springfield, OR 97477

541-747-2425
http://www.hsolc.org/

 

Early Childhood CARES
EC CARES provides early intervention and early childhood special education to infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children in Lane County.

299 E. 18th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

800-925-8694
541-346-2578
http://earlychildhoodcares.uoregon.edu/

 

Family Resource Center of Lane County
Family Resource Centers are located in schools in rural and in urban areas of Lane County. They offer services and activities that support healthy families and school readiness, including access to phones and fax machines, parent education, family activities, playgroups, and assistance with accessing school personnel.

See the website for contact details for specific locations.
http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/HHS/childrenandfamilies/preventionpractices/Pages/familyresourcecenters.aspx

 

Relief Nursery (Cottage Grove)
Relief Nursery provides services that are easily accessible to low-income parents with children up to age six years. The services include early childhood classrooms, counseling, drug and alcohol recovery, outreach, and parenting education.

720 N. 14th Street
Cottage Grove, OR 97424

541-942-4835
http://www.reliefnursery.org/

 

ShelterCare
ShelterCare offers emergency services for homeless families with children. The program offers emergency shelter and housing in community residential settings, transitional housing services after families leave the shelter and/or reestablish housing in the community, and a homelessness prevention program to help keep families from losing their housing and becoming homeless, by providing small amounts of financial assistance coupled with one-on-one support and training.

499 W. 4th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

541-686-1262
http://www.sheltercare.org/

 

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program
WIC is a special supplemental food and nutrition education program for pregnant and nursing women, infants, and children. The program offers nutrition education (individual education and group classes), breastfeeding promotion and support, and information and referral to other health programs, such as immunization and social service programs.

151 W. 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

541-682-4202
http://www.lanecounty.org/departments/hhs/pubhlth/pages/lcph_wic.aspx#services

 

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