Public Health Services - Parent Child Health

So that all our Crook children get off to a good start and can thrive in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment, we offer support and education to pregnant women and parents of young children.

Our services include the following:

- WIC (Women’s, Infants, and Children Nutrition) program provides food and nutrition information to help keep pregnant women, infants, and children under five healthy and strong.

- Services for Children with Special Health Care Needs which provides Public Health Nurse home visits, support, services, and coordination of care for your child with special health care needs.

- Pregnant Women - Oregon Mothers Care connects you with services to support your pregnancy including free pregnancy testing, Oregon Health Plan application assistance and more.
Oregon Mother's Care

- Public Health Home Visiting Programs

- Healthy Start Home Visiting Programs

We also link pregnant students and young women and men who are parenting to high school programs and other resources that can help them stay in school and successfully graduate.

To learn more about our Parent Child Health program, call us at 541-447-5165 .

Resources:
Crook Kids Clinic (School Based Health Clinic)



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