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Get the support and resources your family needs.

FamilyCore is a broad support system for families in Yamhill County, Oregon. If you are pregnant or have children under age 6, fill out the confidential form below and we’ll connect you with a local advocate to help you find personalized, local resources.

It may take up to 2 weeks for us to process your request. If your needs are urgent and non-medical, please call 211. For urgent medical or infant feeding needs, reach out to your medical provider. Questions? See the FAQS at the bottom of this page.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to receive services?

The services provided by FamilyCore agencies are available to you at no cost, regardless of income or insurance.

How will my information be kept confidential? Who has access to my information?

Your information will be shared with FamilyCore’s partners to determine which organization is the best fit to provide the services your family needs.

If you were referred by a medical provider, teacher, etc., FamilyCore will inform your referral contact of which agency will provide services to your family. FamilyCore and its partner agencies are bound by laws that respect your privacy—your personal information will not be shared with anyone else.

Who should I contact if I have a concern or complaint?

If you have a concern about the services you are receiving from a home visiting agency, please contact them directly. Should you have a concern or comment about the process you participated in to access services for your family, please reach out to our Outreach & Referral Coordinator at (503) 376-7423 or use the form on our Contact Us page.

Is FamilyCore part of Child Welfare?

No, we are a collective of independent agencies which work collaboratively to support families. We are not a program associated with the Oregon Department of Human Services.

If I sign up for services, does someone have to come to my home?

No, you are not required to have someone in your home. Family support services can be offered virtually, at the local library, in an agency center, through a workshop or parenting group, or wherever you and your family feel most comfortable.

If I sign up for services, how long will I receive them? Can I quit if I want to?

The length of engagement varies depending on the program providing the services. You are encouraged to stay with the program until it is complete, but participation is voluntary; therefore, you are free to discontinue services at any time.

Who are the partners in FamilyCore?

The FamilyCore Partners include Public Health, A Family Place, Head Start of Yamhill County, Grand Ronde Head Start, Oregon Child Development Coalition, and Provoking Hope.

Do you have a question that’s not answered here? Please contact us.