Empowering Families • Strengthening Children • Preserving Communities

    A Family Place helps reduce childhood abuse, neglect and foster placements in Yamhill County.  We support at-risk families by offering free professional home visiting, parent education and specialized preschool for children ages 0 to 5 – the time research shows these programs to have the greatest long term impact on children’s development. A Family Place combines community support and proven methods to invest in the future of Yamhill County’s children.

    Empowering Families

    Strengthening Children

    Preserving Communities

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    A Family Place opened in Fall 2013. Read about the first year of our program here!

     

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    • Help Prevent Child Abuse!

      by Elaine Burke

      pinwheelApril is Child Abuse Prevention Month!

      The pinwheels around town represent the carefree, whimsical childhood we want for all children.

      Following is a list of ways you can get involved in child abuse prevention right here at home.  

      All donations received in April, including those made at the Champions luncheon on April 19, will include an opportunity to acknowledge someone who gave you a happy, carefree childhood. Please send the name and address of your honoree, along with your gift. (Honoree information will not be added to our regular mailing lists.)

       

      *McMinnville Champions for Children Complimentary Luncheon

      • Tuesday, April 19; Doors open at 11:30.
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