Bilingual Customer Service Coordinator
Hours: Monday through Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. & 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Family Connections provides support and assistance to child care providers by offering a variety of classes and short-term training. These classes and training are designed to assist child care providers in meeting state training requirements, participating in the Oregon Registry, aiding in program improvement, or enrolling in LBCC’s certificate or degree programs through the Child and Family Studies programs.
Connects families with parenting classes, services, and resources in their county for children and families prenatal to 6 years old.
Homeless Education & Literacy Project (HELP)
Provides services to McKinney-Vento Federal Education students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. These students can be eligible for specialized assistance with immediate enrollment, immunizations, school fees, school of origin transportation, referrals, and support to overcome barriers to education.
Ashlee Conte 541-574-5824
Cheli Cuevas-Verduzco (Spanish/English) 541-270-3816
Hispanic Family Liaison
Providing a bridge of communication and education between the Hispanic community and Lincoln County School District.
Mr. Hernandez (Spanish/English) 541-574-0505
JOY (Job Opportunities for Youth) Program
Provides eligible high school students with employment, career and college preparation.
Community Outreach Specialist / JOY Program
LIFT (Learning Is Fun Together)
Parent/child class for preschool-age children, 3-5. Free.
Newport LIFT program is closed until further notice due to COVID-19 restrictions
Safe Families For Children
Safe Families for Children is a community service movement that serves vulnerable, isolated families in crisis situations – some of which may have the potential to lead to abuse and/or neglect. Wrapping a circle of support around these families we create extended family-like relationships, including a safe home for children to live in temporarily, that give parents space to get their lives back on track until they are in a better place to care for their children again. This network of relationships keeps children from entering the foster care system and ultimately helps keep families together.
Marisa Hayner 541-261-7410
Youth Transition Program (YTP)
YTP is a unique vocational program offered by our school district in partnership with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Service and the University of Oregon. YTP assists students in addressing barriers and challenges so they successfully transition from school to post-high school opportunities. Serving ages 16-22.
Youth Transition Coordinator
Phone: 541-265-4432 or 541-270-6377
Resource Information and Navigation
For more information on resources related to food, clothing, and community resources.
Spanish/English Customer Service
or Miranda Cortez 541-265-9418
Email: email@example.com (Spanish/English)
Compass Center Office Staff
Communications Specialist 541-265-9211
District Nurses 541-265-6703
ESD Specialists 541-265-4419
LCSD Attendance Advisor 541-574-7639 or 208-514-6506