District-wide program designed to support pregnant and parenting students in their education and life goals. Many services available to young parents, including a state-certified child care option at ECCO High School at LCC.
Center for Dialogue and Resolution ~ Parent/Teen Program
Spanish Language Available
Private, personalized, and balanced opportunities for good communication between teens and parents for issues involving trust, privacy, chores, curfew, driving, grades, dating, drug-use, friends, and more.
A range of low-cost, family-based services for children and adolescents (ages 2 – 17). Services include brief and longer-term intervention, assessment, family and child therapy, parenting help, and referrals.
Support and activities for families, including parenting classes, play groups, information and referrals, family literacy and math nights, computer access, after school activities, and volunteer opportunities.
Free parent support program provides parent education to new parents, beginning prenatally or after birth. Family Support Specialists work with parents to strengthen and cultivate a positive parent-child relationship.
Lane County Youth Services/Mediation and Restorative Services
Spanish Language Available by Request
Services include the parent education class “Focus on Children,” custody and parenting time mediation, supervised parenting time, Family Check-Up, Springfield Restorative Justice, and custody evaluations.
Parenting education/support services for parents with infants and young children. Open to all families. Programs: Incredible INFANTs; Wonderful ONEs; Terrific TWOs; Thrilling THREEs; Program for Young Parents (ages 12 – 25) who are pregnant or already parenting; Make Parenting A Pleasure for parents experiencing high levels of stress; Crecer for Spanish-speaking families; Car Seat Inspections; Playtime for Parents and Children; and Baby Connection (see Pregnancy • Childbirth • Postnatal Support • Adoption).
Strength-based support for families with low income and children under 6; crisis response, home visiting, therapeutic classrooms, early childhood special education, parenting classes, child counseling, and recovery support. No cost.
Programs to reduce isolation and build community connections for families raising a child with an intellectual/developmental disability. Services include family support, trainings, mentoring and advocacy.
Nancy Berge 4181 E St., Springfield 97478 541–343–5256 Ext.100
The Child Center
Mental health services for families throughout Lane County, including outpatient counseling, mental health assessment, psychiatric day treatment (ages 3 – 13), wellness program, parenting classes, community resource library, and 24-hour Crisis Response Program (see Helplines).