Deschutes Children's Foundation took on management duties of the LaPine Community Campus in 2000, with a goal of promoting collaborative and effective services for area children and families. This facility houses eight resident programs serving over 7,500 children and families annually.
Partner programs located at La Pine Community Campus:
Healthy Families of the High Desert provides home visits to all newborns in Deschutes County. This program provides education and information on parenting, well-child growth and development and community resources.
FACT provides support to families with children 0-18 through a variety of parent education & family skills programs, school readiness programs, play groups, and family fun nights. Most services are free.
Family Access Network (FAN) Advocates link children and families to critical social supports with the goal of keeping children in school. Working with one dedicated advocate, a child or parent is referred for dental work, job opportunities, clothing, rent assistance, childcare support, health insurance or whatever the need. Central to FAN's approach is empowering families to take action to help themselves.
Provides developmentally appropriate education programs for children with and without special needs 3-5 years old.
(541) 536.3435Offering primary care medical services by La Pine Community Health Center. Please call 541-536-3435 for an appointment.
Thursdays, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Services provided: birth control methods, emergency contraception, female and male exam visits, STD testing and treatment, pregnancy tests and client education and counseling for reproductive health.
A parent-coop nonprofit preschool serving children ages 3 to 5. The children make new friends and learn many skills that encourage growth and development with the goal of preparing children to transition well from preschool to kindergarten.
Formerly known as Central Oregon Battering & Rape Alliance
Saving Grace provides comprehensive family violence and sexual assault services and promotes the value of living free from violence. They provide emergency shelter, transitional housing support groups, crisis counseling, therapeutic counseling and education.
WIC is a free nutrition education program which provides supplemental foods to promote good health for pregnant women, breastfeeding babies and young children.