Free Play Groups
Adult family members or child care providers may bring kids.
All children 5 and under are invited!
FREE snacks and FUN activities. No registration required.
Every other Wednesday, 9-11 am. Everyone Welcome!
Dayton First Baptist Church
300 Flower Lane, Dayton OR 97114
Questions? Call Jenna Sanders at 503-585-2491
Resources for Pregnant Women
Yamhill County residents on OHP can call Yamhill CCO customer service at 1-855-722-8205 to learn about the benefits for pregnant women or to find an obstetrician.
The Yamhill CCO Family Resource Coordinator can help get connected to get one-on-one family support services. Call 503-376-7423 for more information.
Women, Infants, Children (WIC) helps families buy healthy foods, provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support and education, and help finding healthcare and other community services.
Applying for the Oregon Health Plan or Renewing Coverage
If you would like help applying for the Oregon Health Plan or renewing your OHP coverage, there are local application assisters who can support you for free. You can find more information about the application assisters on the Yamhill CCO website: https://yamhillcco.org/for-members/oregon-health-plan-information
Child Developmental Screenings
To keep track of your child’s development, call your child’s primary care provider and schedule a well-child visit. Well-child visits are a covered benefit available at no cost to OHP members. If you have questions about how to schedule an appointment, call your primary care provider or Yamhill CCO’s customer service line at 1-855-722-8205. Willamette Valley Education Service District also offers developmental screenings.
Finding Reliable Vaccine Information
It is recommended to talk to your primary care provider to get vaccine information for your child. You can also contact Yamhill County Public Health at 503-434-7525. The Oregon Health Authority’s website has information about vaccine safety, the recommended vaccine schedule for children and young adults, and the immunization requirements for attendance at public and private schools, preschools, child care facilities, and Head Start programs in Oregon.
A Family Place works to help bring stability to families raising children under age five in Yamhill County and are experiencing high-stress. Supportive staff partner with families who want to learn new ways to interact with their children and help them become the parents they want to be for their kids.
Finding the Right Child Care Provider
For child care referrals, call 211 or text children to 898211. Representatives are available 7 am to 11 pm Monday – Friday and 8 am to 8 pm Saturday – Sunday. You can also go to the SPARK website to find a list of quality child care providers and preschools by zip code.
Keeping Your Children Safe
Safe Families for Children is a community-based support network for struggling families who need a safe place for their children. Parents voluntarily place their children in the program, while also being connected to a family mentor, preventing child welfare involvement and potential removal from the home. To request help, click here.
Henderson House provides shelter and support for families experiencing domestic violence. Call the crisis line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (503)472-1503.
Enrolling in Head Start Programs
To apply for Head Start (3-4 year olds) or Early Head Start (prenatal-2) in Yamhill County, call (503) 472-2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, check out their website.
To find a local food back, go to 211info.org. Enter your location and click ‘I need food’ in the menu on the left.
Yamhill County Resource Guide
Click here to download an English PDF version of a Yamhill County Community Resource Guide.
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