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 eleven resident programs serving over 7,500 children and families annually.
Partner programs located at La Pine Community Campus:
Behavioral Health/School Based Therapist
Provides behavioral health screenings for children ages birth through 20. Parents of children 14 and older can schedule appointments with Deschutes County Behavioral Health. Teachers, School Based Health Center staff, and Deschutes County staff can also refer students for services.
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.
Provides family support and specialized intervention services to infants and young children to promote developmental growth for children with special needs, ages birth to 3 years old.
NeighborImpact's Head Start Program is dedicated to helping ensure that children ages 3-4 years old from low income families are ready for school. Head Start build success for children through child focused family centered services that enhance social competence, school readiness, and overall health and well-being.
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.
Provides developmentally appropriate education programs for children with and without special needs who are 3-5 years old.
Offering primary care medical services by La Pine Community Health Center. Please call for an appointment.
Mountain Star, strengthening families to keep children safe. We offer parent coaching, home visits, someone to call if you need support, children's health and wellness screenings, including dental, vision and hearing, connections to community resources, limited mental health services, basic supplies (food, diapers, formula, clothing). To be eligible your family must have at least one child between the ages of birth to 3 years old (up to age 4 in Bend only). How much does it cost? Only your time and participation
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.