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211INFO
211INFO MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAM
211info's Maternal and Child Health Program provides specialized information, referral, and follow-up services to individuals and family members of all genders covering needs and questions related to pregnancy, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, and women's health across the life span, including resources for women with breast cancer.
Eligibility: Unrestricted
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
COMMUNITY ACTION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY
COMMUNITY ACTION HEALTHY FAMILIES
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care, and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and learn.
9340 SW Barnes Road
Suite 100
Portland, OR 97225
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
ASHER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
712 Jay Street
Fossil, OR 97830
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-noon and 1pm-5pm, Friday 9am-noon
BAKER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
2200 4th Street
Baker City, OR 97814
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
BENTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
520 NW 27th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
BENTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
520 NW 27th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
2301 Cove Avenue
La Grande, OR 97850
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
2301 Cove Avenue
La Grande, OR 97850
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm
CLACKAMAS COUNTY CHILDREN'S COMMISSION
HEALTHY FAMILIES
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained family support specialist engages with parents to nurture their baby to be safe, healthy and learn.
16518 SE River Road
Milwaukie, OR 97267
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-5:00pm. Evening hours are available for home visits as needed.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children and pregnant persons through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, pregnancy education and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
2051 Kaen Road
Suite 367
Oregon City, OR 97045
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 or pregnant people with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm
CLARK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First/second-time moms are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
1601 E Fourth Plain Boulevard
3rd Floor
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: Pregnant with a first child or with a subsequent child and less than 29 weeks gestation with a household income below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CLATSOP COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
820 Exchange Street
Suite 100
Astoria, OR 97103
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
1st Tuesday of the month 10am-noon and 1pm-5pm
CLATSOP COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
820 Exchange Street
Suite 100
Astoria, OR 97103
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL who have identifiable risk factors or who use alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
COLUMBIA HEALTH SERVICES
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
2370 Gable Road
Saint Helens, OR 97051
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm
COLUMBIA HEALTH SERVICES
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
2370 Gable Road
Saint Helens, OR 97051
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
COMMUNITY ACTION RESOURCE ENTERPRISES INC
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
2310 1st Street
Suite 2
Tillamook, OR 97141
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-11:30 and noon-4pm
COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM
COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM CHILD AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT
NW OREGON HEALTHY FAMILIES
NW Oregon Healthy Families focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on child development, infant care, keeping their baby healthy, and learning what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and learn.
108 W B Street
Rainier, OR 97048
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm (flexible home visiting hours)
COOS HEALTH AND WELLNESS
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
281 LaClair Street
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
CROOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
375 NW Beaver Street
Suite 100
Prineville, OR 97754
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
CROOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
375 NW Beaver Street
Suite 100
Prineville, OR 97754
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
DAISY CHAIN
DOULA / LACTATION / PREGNANCY AND PARENTING NAVIGATION
Home visits conducted by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in the first 2 weeks after baby is born or adopted. IBCLCs create an individualized care plan to screen for and address barriers to successful breastfeeding. 24-hour text support is also available. Doulas provide evidence-based information and support on newborn care questions, sibling adjustment techniques, and breastfeeding support.
Eligibility: Expectant families, through birth or adoption
Hours: By appointment
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
Oregon MothersCare provides prenatal assessments to help women begin the path to prenatal care. Services include pregnancy testing, OHP application assistance, streamlined intake/referral for prenatal care, and dental care referrals. Specialized information and referral also available for WIC, home visitation programs, and other prenatal support services.

The Perinatal Care Coordination program is able to provide individual case management during the prenatal and postpartum periods. Services include childbirth education, nurse home visiting, maternal mental health resources and counseling, and information and referral for community resources and infant care supplies.
2577 NE Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Individuals needing prenatal or postpartum resources
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Families are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits up to their child’s 5th birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
2577 NE Courtney Drive
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Pregnant women and families with children up to the age of 5
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
DOWNTOWN HEALTH CENTER REDMOND
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
Oregon MothersCare provides prenatal assessments to help women begin the path to prenatal care. Services include pregnancy testing, OHP application assistance, streamlined intake/referral for prenatal care, and dental care referrals. Specialized information and referral also available for WIC, home visitation programs, and other prenatal support services.

The Perinatal Care Coordination program is able to provide individual case management during the prenatal and postpartum periods. Services include childbirth education, nurse home visiting, maternal mental health resources and counseling, and information and referral for community resources and infant care supplies.
412 SW 8th Street
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Individuals needing prenatal or postpartum resources
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
DOWNTOWN HEALTH CENTER REDMOND
NURSE FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Families are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits up to their child’s 5th birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
412 SW 8th Street
Redmond, OR 97756
Eligibility: Pregnant women and families with children up to the age of 5
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
DOUGLAS PUBLIC HEALTH NETWORK
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
621 W Madrone Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
DOUGLAS PUBLIC HEALTH NETWORK
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
621 W Madrone Street
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
EUGENE RELIEF NURSERY
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and happy.
1720 W 25th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Hours vary depending on home visits and agency-run workshops
EUGENE RELIEF NURSERY
RELIEF NURSERY ROBIN JAQUA CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and happy.
850 S 42nd Street
Springfield, OR 97478
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Hours vary depending on home visits and agency-run workshops
FAMILIES FIRST PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON/PARENTS AS TEACHERS (PAT)
Frontier Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn. Parents as Teachers home visiting program uses the Born to Learn PAT Curriculum, which provides information on all stages of child development, including new brain development research, developmental screening, activities to do with children, and how to prepare your child for kindergarten.
401 S Canyon Boulevard
John Day, OR 97845
Eligibility: Health Families Oregon: expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Parents as Teachers: call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
CHELSEA'S PLACE
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
2425 Lancaster Drive NE
Salem, OR 97305
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Varies by service, call for information
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
DALLAS CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
182 SW Academy Street
Suite 210
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Varies by service, call for information
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
HELEN'S PLACE
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
180 18th Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Varies by service, call for information
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CENTER
DOUGLAS COUNTY RELIEF NURSERY
Offers classes for young children with highly trained therapists, comprehensive family support programs, parent education training and support group, early intervention services for children, outreach crisis intervention and resource and referrals, respite child care, and in-home support and counseling to families.
300 Jerry's Drive
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Call for information
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
GRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
528 E Main Street
Suite E
John Day, OR 97845
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
GRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
528 E Main Street
Suite E
John Day, OR 97845
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HARNEY COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
420 N Fairview Avenue
Burns, OR 97720
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
HIGH DESERT EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
HEALTHY FAMILIES OF THE HIGH DESERT
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care, and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and learn.
2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
HOOD RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of pregnancy and children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
1109 June Street
Hood River, OR 97031
Eligibility: Pregnant women and families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, hearing loss in the family and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
INSIGHTS TEEN PARENT PROGRAM
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
4900 NE Glisan Street
Portland, OR 97213
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
JACKSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
140 S Holly Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-11:30am and 1pm-5pm
JACKSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
140 S Holly Street
Medford, OR 97501
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-11:30am and 1pm-4pm
JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
Oregon MothersCare provides prenatal assessments to help women begin the path to prenatal care. Services include pregnancy testing, OHP application assistance, streamlined intake/referral for prenatal care, and dental care referrals. Specialized information and referral also available for WIC, home visitation programs, and other prenatal support services.

The Perinatal Care Coordination program offers home visiting and case management services.
715 SW 4th Street
Suite C
Madras, OR 97741
Eligibility: Oregon MothersCare: Pregnant women at any stage of pregnancy
Perinatal Care Coordination: Pregnant women; new moms and babies
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-5pm
JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
715 SW 4th Street
Suite C
Madras, OR 97741
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-5pm
KLAMATH COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
3314 Vandenberg Road
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm, Wednesday 10am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LAKE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
100 N D Street
Suite 100
Lakeview, OR 97630
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LANE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
151 W 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LANE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time moms are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
151 W 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
LANE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
151 W 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
EXPANDED BABIES FIRST!
Expanded Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of pregnant people and children (birth to age 5) through prevention and early identification of needs and challenges. The visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding and chest feeding support, case management, and referrals to community resources that center the family's needs.
36 SW Nye Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: All pregnant people and their families with children from birth to age 5
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time parents are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child's second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding and chest feeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
36 SW Nye Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Free and voluntary to any first time pregnant parents
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
FAMILY CONNECTS
Offers in-home visits by a nurse and assists by conneting parents with community resources to support the family and children's health and wellbeing.
36 SW Nye Street
Newport, OR 97365
Eligibility: Parents that have given birth within the last 3 months, adopted an infant under 3 months or are fostering are an infant under 3 months are eligible.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ALBANY
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
315 4th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ALBANY
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
315 4th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Varies by site
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH ALBANY
FAMILY CONNECTS
Provides a nurse home visiting service.The nurse home visitor works with families to identify what community resource is needed, and then provides an individualized, non-stigmatizing entry, into a community system of care. This system includes referrals to other, more intensive, home visiting programs, and health and social supports around the state, such as obstetricians and primary care providers, pediatricians and family practice physicians, child care options, mental health services, housing agencies, and lactation support organizations.
315 4th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321
Eligibility: Families with newborns, including foster and adoptive, up to 12 weeks of age
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH LEBANON
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
1600 S Main Street
Lebanon, OR 97355
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH LEBANON
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
1600 S Main Street
Lebanon, OR 97355
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH LEBANON
FAMILY CONNECTS
Provides a nurse home visiting service.The nurse home visitor works with families to identify what community resource is needed, and then provides an individualized, non-stigmatizing entry, into a community system of care. This system includes referrals to other, more intensive, home visiting programs, and health and social supports around the state, such as obstetricians and primary care providers, pediatricians and family practice physicians, child care options, mental health services, housing agencies, and lactation support organizations.
1600 S Main Street
Lebanon, OR 97355
Eligibility: Families with newborns, including foster and adoptive, up to 12 weeks of age
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SWEET HOME
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
799 Long Street
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SWEET HOME
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
799 Long Street
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SWEET HOME
FAMILY CONNECTS
Provides a nurse home visiting service.The nurse home visitor works with families to identify what community resource is needed, and then provides an individualized, non-stigmatizing entry, into a community system of care. This system includes referrals to other, more intensive, home visiting programs, and health and social supports around the state, such as obstetricians and primary care providers, pediatricians and family practice physicians, child care options, mental health services, housing agencies, and lactation support organizations.
799 Long Street
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Eligibility: Families with newborns, including foster and adoptive, up to 12 weeks of age
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
A FAMILY PLACE RELIEF NURSERY MCMINNVILLE
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Trained home visitors coach families in the development of parenting skills and support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families.
125 SE Cowls Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm; home visiting available some evenings
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST YAMHILL COUNTY
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Trained home visitors coach families in the development of parenting skills and support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families.
435 NE Evans Street
Suite A
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm, home visiting available some evenings
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
1108 SW 4th Street
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
1108 SW 4th Street
Ontario, OR 97914
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
MARION COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MARION COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
3180 Center Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm
MARION COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MARION COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of pregnant women through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
3180 Center Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 and pregnant women, with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH BOARDMAN CLINIC
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
101 Boardman Avenue NW
Boardman, OR 97818
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH BOARDMAN CLINIC
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
101 Boardman Avenue NW
Boardman, OR 97818
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH BOARDMAN CLINIC
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time moms are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
101 Boardman Avenue NW
Boardman, OR 97818
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday/Tuesday 8:30am-4:30pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH HEPPNER CLINIC
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
110 N Court Street
Heppner, OR 97836
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH HEPPNER CLINIC
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
110 N Court Street
Heppner, OR 97836
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH HEPPNER CLINIC
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time moms are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
110 N Court Street
Heppner, OR 97836
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT EAST COUNTY HEALTH CENTER AND DENTAL
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
600 NE 8th Street
3rd Floor
Gresham, OR 97030
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL; must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT NORTH EAST HEALTH CENTER AND DENTAL CLINIC
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
5329 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97211
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL; must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT NORTH EAST HEALTH CENTER AND DENTAL CLINIC
HEALTHY BIRTH INITIATIVE (HBI)
The Healthy Birth Initiative program addresses two vital public health services: maternal-child health and reducing health inequity related to low-birth weight and infant mortality in the African American community. Services include home visits, health education, and support groups from pregnancy through the child's second year. Major focus is to involve the father or father figure in the health of the family. Also offers reduced-cost car seats, as well as certified assistance in installation.
5329 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97211
Eligibility: Pregnant African American women who are less than 18 weeks gestation are eligible for home visiting services. Those over 18 weeks gestation are still eligible to participate in support groups and classes.

Reduced-cost car seats available to any African American family in the community.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-6:30pm
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT NORTH EAST HEALTH CENTER AND DENTAL CLINIC
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care, and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy, and learn.
5329 NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard
Portland, OR 97211
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8am-6:30pm
NEXT DOOR
NEXT DOOR WASCO
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON/HOME VISITING FAMILY SERVICES
- Healthy Families: expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old - Parenting classes, baby clothing donations and play groups are unrestricted
- Family Support and Connections: must be receiving TANF or SSI
- Expanded Home Visiting: parent must have one child under the age of 12 and a risk factor (high stress, anxiety or mood disorders, domestic violence, substance abuse, etc)
- Welcome Baby: all expectant parents
1113 Kelly Avenue
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: - Healthy Families: expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
- Parenting classes, baby clothing donations and play groups are unrestricted
- Family Support and Connections: must be receiving TANF or SSI
- Expanded Home Visiting: parent must have one child under the age of 12 and a risk factor (high stress, anxiety or mood disorders, domestic violence, substance abuse, etc)
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. Babies First offers development screening and case management to children 0-5 at risk of developmental delay. Program staff can facilitate referrals to a multitude of community agencies. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
419 E 7th Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Any parent with a child ages 0-5 who may be at a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include: drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Varies, since services are delivered through a home visiting model. Call for information.
NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
419 E 7th Street
The Dalles, OR 97058
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm
OLD MILL CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
HEALTHY FAMILIES
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
1650 SW 45th Place
Corvallis, OR 97333
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old; services offered until child is 36 months old
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
OLD MILL CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
OLD MILL CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ALBANY
HEALTHY FAMILIES
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
528 SW Ellsworth Street
Albany, OR 97322
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old; services offered until child is 36 months old
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm
POLK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST
Public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of pregnant women and vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
182 SW Academy Street
Suite 302
Dallas, OR 97338
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Clinic hours: Monday-Friday 8am-11am and 1pm-4pm
SEA MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES/WIC AND NUTRITION EDUCATION BATTLE GROUND
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Pregnancy and parenting support programs for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients. Services include pregnancy support, Options and Birth Control Counseling, Family Planning, Doula services, breastfeeding support, post-partum depression, post-abortion and miscarriage help, and parenting help from birth to 3 years old.
701 E Main Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Eligibility: Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 8am-5pm by appointment only
SEA MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES/WIC AND NUTRITION EDUCATION VANCOUVER
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Pregnancy and parenting support programs for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients. Services include pregnancy support, Options and Birth Control Counseling, Family Planning, Doula services, breastfeeding support, post-partum depression, post-abortion and miscarriage help, and parenting help from birth to 3 years old.
5411 E Mill Plain Boulevard
Suite 28
Vancouver, WA 98661
Eligibility: Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 8am-5pm by appointment only
SEA MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES/WIC AND NUTRITION EDUCATION WASHOUGAL
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Pregnancy and parenting support programs for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients. Services include pregnancy support, Options and Birth Control Counseling, Family Planning, Doula services, breastfeeding support, post-partum depression, post-abortion and miscarriage help, and parenting help from birth to 3 years old.
1702 C Street
Washougal, WA 98671
Eligibility: Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients
Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday 8am-5pm
Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 8am-5pm by appointment only
SEA MAR COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
VANCOUVER MEDICAL/DENTAL/ WOMEN'S HEALTH CLINIC SALMON CREEK
MATERNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Pregnancy and parenting support programs for Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients. Services include pregnancy support, Options and Birth Control Counseling, Family Planning, Doula services, breastfeeding support, post-partum depression, post-abortion and miscarriage help, and parenting help from birth to 3 years old.
14508 NE 20th Avenue
Suite 102
Vancouver, WA 98686
Eligibility: Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) recipients
Hours: Thursday 8am-12pm and by appointment
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
SCHC HEALTHY FAMALIES
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
1380 Biddle Road
Suite D
Medford, OR 97504
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC CAVE JUNCTION
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
25647 Redwood Highway
Cave Junction, OR 97523
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC GRANTS PASS
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
1701 NW Hawthorne Avenue
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
TILLAMOOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
801 Pacific Avenue
Tillamook, OR 97141
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
TILLAMOOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
801 Pacific Avenue
Tillamook, OR 97141
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 8am-6:30pm, Wednesday 9am-7pm
UMATILLA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
UMATILLA COUNTY HERMISTON CLINIC
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
435 E Newport Avenue
Suite B
Hermiston, OR 97838
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Thursday 9am-4pm, Friday 11am-4pm
UMATILLA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
UMATILLA COUNTY PENDLETON CLINIC
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
200 SE 3rd Street
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: First-time pregnant people with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
UMATILLA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
UMATILLA COUNTY PENDLETON CLINIC
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
200 SE 3rd Street
Pendleton, OR 97801
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
UMATILLA-MORROW COMMUNITY HEAD START
ENTERPRISE/WALLOWA HEAD START
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
670 NW 1st Street
Enterprise, OR 97828
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Home visit times and days vary.
UMATILLA-MORROW COMMUNITY HEAD START
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
110 NE 4th Street
Hermiston, OR 97838
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Home visit times and days vary.
UNITED COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON OF DOUGLAS, KLAMATH, AND LAKE COUNTIES
Healthy Families Oregon focuses on strengthening the parent-child relationship to assure healthy child growth and development. Home visitors support parents in cultivating and strengthening a nurturing, positive relationship with their baby at each visit. Parents receive information on topics like child development, infant care and keeping their baby healthy, and learn what is going on in their communities to support new families. A trained home visitor coaches families as they build their skills as parents and help their baby be safe, healthy and learn.
280 Kenneth Ford Drive
Roseburg, OR 97470
Eligibility: Expectant families must enroll during pregnancy or before baby is 90 days old
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OREGON
FAMILY RELIEF NURSERY EAST PORTLAND
FAMILY RELIEF NURSERY
Relief Nurseries serve families with young children who are at risk of abuse and neglect. They provide high-risk families with intensive support through individualized case management.

Relief nurseries provide parenting education, support through home visits, and group activities. Children participate in therapeutic classrooms with low adult-child ratios, and families receive home visits that promote healthy parenting and child development. Many provide mental health care, counseling for domestic violence and support for adults recovering from addiction. The Family Relief Nursery offers respite care on Fridays with priority given to clients on the waitlist.
2609 SE 136th Avenue
Portland, OR 97236
Eligibility: High risk families with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Intakes are completed to determine eligibility.

High risk typically means experiencing several of the following factors: poverty, high stress, depression, history of mental illness, lack of reliable transportation, single parent, criminal history, adult survivor of child abuse, drug and alcohol history, unemployment, low self-esteem, limited education, anger issues, homelessness or social isolation.
Hours: Therapeutic Early Childhood Program: Monday-Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm
Parent Education Classes: offered quarterly one afternoon a week
Respite Care: Monday and Wednesday afternoon for home based and waitlisted families
WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
155 N 1st Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Eligibility: Expecting families or those with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP (NFP)
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education.
155 N 1st Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Must enroll prior to the 28th week of pregnancy.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
YAMHILL COUNTY HHS FAMILY AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education
420 NE Fifth Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
Babies First! is Oregon's public health nurse home visiting program that works to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children through prevention and early identification of problems. The home visiting nurse can provide health and developmental screenings, health and nutrition education, infant and child development tips, breastfeeding support, and referrals to community resources that center on the family's needs.
412 NE Ford Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Families with children ages 0-5 with a higher risk for health issues. Risk factors may include drug-exposed infant, prematurity, teenage parents, at-risk caregiver, domestic violence, and/or concerned parent or provider.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
Promotes positive pregnancy outcomes through education and support. When a woman sees a Maternity Case Manager (MCM), she is helped to deal with health, social, economic, and dietary parts of her life that are important for a healthy pregnancy and in planning for her labor and delivery. MCMs conduct prenatal and postpartum visits with their client, usually in the client's home. They visit the home and determine safety, nutrition status, emotional needs, and relationship support, and provide education, counseling, and referral as needed. MCMs help clients set goals for making healthy lifestyle choices and fostering personal growth.
412 NE Ford Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: Pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, who have identifiable risk factors; use alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education
412 NE Ford Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
YAMHILL HHS NEWBERG ANNEX
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
First-time mothers are partnered with a registered nurse early in their pregnancy and receive ongoing nurse home visits through their child’s second birthday. Nurses provide health and developmental screenings to identify potential problems with growth, hearing, social-emotional development, oral health, and other issues. Nurses also offer breastfeeding support, parenting support, and general parenting education
2251 E Hancock Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Eligibility: First-time pregnant women with a household income below 185% FPL, must enroll prior to the 29th week of pregnancy
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
COMMUNITY ACTION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
ASHER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
BABIES FIRST!
BAKER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
BENTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
BABIES FIRST!
CLACKAMAS COUNTY CHILDREN'S COMMISSION
HEALTHY FAMILIES
CLACKAMAS COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
CLATSOP COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
COLUMBIA HEALTH SERVICES
BABIES FIRST!
COMMUNITY ACTION RESOURCE ENTERPRISES INC
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM
NW OREGON HEALTHY FAMILIES
COOS HEALTH AND WELLNESS
BABIES FIRST!
CROOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
DESCHUTES COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
DOUGLAS PUBLIC HEALTH NETWORK
BABIES FIRST!
EUGENE RELIEF NURSERY
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
EUGENE RELIEF NURSERY
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
FAMILIES FIRST PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON/PARENTS AS TEACHERS (PAT)
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT CENTER
DOUGLAS COUNTY RELIEF NURSERY
GRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
HARNEY COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
HIGH DESERT EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
HOOD RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
INSIGHTS TEEN PARENT PROGRAM
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
JACKSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
JEFFERSON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
OREGON MOTHERSCARE AND PERINATAL CARE COORDINATION
KLAMATH COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
LAKE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
LANE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
EXPANDED BABIES FIRST!
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
LINN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
MARION COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
MATERNITY CASE MANAGEMENT
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
MORROW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
MULTNOMAH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
NEXT DOOR
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON/HOME VISITING FAMILY SERVICES
NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
OLD MILL CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
HEALTHY FAMILIES
OLD MILL CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
HEALTHY FAMILIES
POLK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
SISKIYOU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
TILLAMOOK COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
UMATILLA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
UMATILLA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
UMATILLA-MORROW COMMUNITY HEAD START
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
UMATILLA-MORROW COMMUNITY HEAD START
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON
UNITED COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK
HEALTHY FAMILIES OREGON OF DOUGLAS, KLAMATH, AND LAKE COUNTIES
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OREGON
FAMILY RELIEF NURSERY
WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BABIES FIRST!
YAMHILL COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP