The Family Connection provides a regional parenting hub where parents can come together, learn effective parenting skills, be introduced to community resources and find support from other parents. We also provide organizations and agencies the ability to contract an evidence based parenting series or workshop for their clients.
As an Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative, we partner with local organizations, businesses, schools, daycare centers, and churches, to serve parents and children. The courses in parenting that we offer are all willingly attended because those who come are provided with an engaging experience. Our parenting education series and one-day workshops celebrate positive learning and help parents become the kind of caregivers and role models their children want and need.
Early Childhood Services believes that young children with developmental delays or disabilities have the right to high quality, individually designed services provided in the least restrictive environment.
Early Childhood Services is an inclusive program serving over 250 children in Josephine County who have identified delays or disabilities, along with their typically developing peers. We provide direct instructional and therapeutic supports to infants, toddlers and preschoolers through home visiting and classroom based programs, and support families, preschool teachers, and child care providers through consultation.
Rogue Community College (RCC) Veteran Services Department provides a safe and professional environment for our student veterans, dependents, college community, and external partners by assisting students to achieve their education and career goals.
Programs and activities focused in the arts, education and career development, sports, fitness and recreation, character and leadership development, and health and life skills.
Employment and training. Low-price retail store. Accepts donations of goods. Veteran services.
Free kindergarten readiness for children aged 0-5. Educational assessments and activities. Free medical and dental care. Healthy meals and snacks. Indoor and outdoor activities.
The SOESD Migrant Education/ELL Department provides workshops, presentations, coaching, and consultations on the building, district, and regional levels to school districts in Jackson, Josephine and Klamath counties.
The Literacy Council for Josephine County is an all-volunteer, non-profit community service organization founded in 1986.
The purpose of the organization is to assist seniors (50+) in learning how to use computers and other technology related devices. Class schedules and discussion groups vary.
Resource center for homeless and unparented youth. Free meals for youth. Free clothes, hygiene products, shoes, and other essential items. Access to a washer and dryer. Mentoring. Religious organization.