A variety of pre-K learning programs for children ages 3-5-years-old. Home-based services and Early Head Start programs for children ages 6 weeks to 3-years-old for families whose income is within 150% of the current federal poverty guidelines. For families with incomes above 150%, inquire about Preschool Promise.
Helping parents, caregivers, and communities create quality early learning opportunities for young children by providing essential child care services and support in Washington County.
Helps eligible low-income families pay for child care while they are working. Assists families with the cost of registration fees, including annual enrollment fees, application fees, and initial registration fees. Contact your local DHS office to see if eligible.
503-646-9952 (Beaverton DHS Office)
Free parent support groups to anyone in a parenting role. Parents Anonymous model and specialized parent support groups for men and women in recovery from substance abuse and who may have had involvement with Department of Human Services Child Welfare. Parent Mentor program, peer mentoring to parents impacted by addiction who are involved with DHS-Child Welfare system.
503-258-4416 (Parent Helpline)
Special services and supports to families with children birth to 5 years of age identified as having a disability or experiencing developmental delays. Services enhance language, social and physical development through play-based interventions, and parent coaching.
503-614-1446 (Free Screening/Evaluation)
For any child who will be four-years-old on or before September 1st who is in historically underserved populations, of color, emerging bilinguals, experiencing poverty or homelessness is eligible to apply for Pre-K at their designated home school. Includes full inclusion neurodiversity, developmental delays, and behavior challenges disability.