Mission: Oregon child development coalition is dedicated to improving the lives of children and families by providing early childhood education, care and advocacy with unique and supportive services to enhance family growth and community success.
Programs: Us department of health and human services, administration for children and families, office of head start, migrant and seasonal program branch. Provided services to 2,561 migrant and seasonal children and their low-income families throughout oregon by promoting school readiness for children, ages three to five, offering educational, nutritional, health, social and other services, while actively engaging parents in their children's learning and help them progress toward their education, literacy and employment goals.
state of oregon, department of education - head start program: provided pre-kindergarten services to 927 children, 349 in marion, 413 in washington, 59 in jackson, 22 in multnomah, and 84 in klamath counties in oregon.
us department of health and human services, administration for children and families, office of head start, migrant and seasonal program branch early head start. Provided early head start services to 389 infants, toddlers, pregnant women and their low-income families throughout oregon. Ehs programs enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development; assist pregnant women to access comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care; support parents' efforts to fulfill their parental roles; and help parents move toward self-sufficiency.