Family Resource Center
A comprehensive federal and state funded preschool program that prepares children for success in public school. Head Start serves children from low-income families between the ages of three and five and children with disabilities.
A parent co-op, non-profit pre-school for children 3-4 years of age. It is organized by the parents and enables each parent to share their child’s preschool experience by direct participation in the classroom.
Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) provides early childhood care and education services to Head Start and Early Head Start eligible low-income children, pregnant women, and families. Many of their services support migrant and seasonal farm workers and their young children. Their child care and early education programs serve infants through five year olds, and their parent programs are open to all parents that have children enrolled in OCDC programs.