Project HELP advocates for the educational rights of children and youth living in homeless or transitional situations including residing in motels, substandard housing, shelter, transitional housing, camping or doubled up with other families. Contact S. Schmidt for help with enrollment, transportation and more – 541-355-1037. (Text) 541-246-7409.
The Central Oregon Resource Directory (CORD) is a one-stop, centralized information webpage designed to help local residents in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. The website features resources by category (such as “Food & Supplies” and “Transportation & Delivery”) and by town. Visit the Directory for details.
Our Student Mental Health webpage includes information to help connect students and families with mental health resources, including help lines, free counseling resources, tips for families and more. Families can also reach out to their school counselors anytime, contact information can be found on individual school’s webpages. See a list of schools.
Families seeking resources in Spanish can visit our información webpage.