I have a newborn to three-year old
From birth to age three, a child’s brain makes 1,000,000 new connections every second! The people and experiences during this time builds their brain for future health, learning, and success.
No cost programs to support your newborn - toddler provide:
- Answers to your questions
- Home visiting
- Assistance finding health coverage, care, and other supports
- Nutrition assistance
- Parenting support
- Calendar of events, activities, and classes
Help Me Grow
Help Me Grow is a free service connecting families to needed resources and services starting with pregnancy through age six. Families can also connect to parenting supports, basic needs, healthcare providers.
Parenting Together is a collection of resources available to parents in Washington County. This includes parent education, child care resources, family-friendly activities, and web-based resources for parents organized by the child's age.
Family Resource Coordinators
Family Resource Coordinators provide information, parenting support, referrals, and learning opportunities for families with children birth to six years of age at no cost and can be connected through Help Me Grow.
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals, and other services free of charge to families who qualify and can be connected through Help Me Grow.
Nurse Home Visiting
Early Head Start
Early Head Start supports children's growth and development in a positive learning environment through a variety of services, which include quality Early Childhood Education, Health, Nutrition and Social Services.
211info Child Care
2-1-1 provides free, customized referrals to child care providers and strategies for finding quality child care in Oregon. To speak with a Parent Educator about child care resources: