Caregiver Information Nights

Community Supports and Services

  • All Born (in)
    A collaboration of trainings, workshops, resources and supports around All born (in) Cross-Disability Best-Practices Educational Inclusion Conference. A parent-driven initiative with a network of parents, teachers, professionals, self-advoates and allies that work together for inclusive schools and communities.

    Clackamas Parenting Together
    (503) 650-5682
    Text: (503) 367-9116
    Hub of parenting related resources. Calendar of classes, support groups, events, networking, information & referral and best practices in parenting education.

    Columbia Regional Program

    Supports to school districts and families to ensure children with disabilities succeed in school. They are offering parent supports and training for how to help children succeed during school closure, and other topics. Website link takes you to their events calendar.

    FACT Oregon
    (503) 786-6082
    FACT Oregon helps thousands of families each year navigate raising a child experiencing disability. We support and equip you, wherever you may be on your journey! The outcome is families with high expectations for their child and a vision for the future where all communities are accessible, welcoming, and embrace that disability is natural. Some of our offerings and resources you can explore include: The All Ability Tri4Youth, blog, newsletters, person-centered one page profiles, professional development, regional learning summits, training & event calendar, trainings and support line.

    Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
    Resources, support, information and connection for relatives raising relatives children. This includes grandparents and all other relatives.

    Help Me Grow
    Parent resource line for children 0-6. They empower families with a support team who can help with parent education and coaching, basic needs support, and access to resources.

    Northwest Down Syndrome Association (NWDSA)
    (503) 238-0522
    Creates and nurtures a loving and inclusive community celebrating every person with a disability, including Down syndrome. Works to increase education, promote public understanding and acceptance, work toward full inclusion, and defind the civil rights of individuals with Down syndrome. NWSDA has resources, supports, and embraces professionals and the cross disability community. 

    Reach Out Oregon
    A place to connect with caregivers of children with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges. Open for phone calls or online chat Monday through Friday from 12:00-7:00 pm except holidays.

    Swindells Resource Center
    (503) 215-2429
    Online parent/caregiver classes including navigating IEP'S, parenting challenging behaviors in a crisis, Transforming Sensory Strategies.

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