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DCECPC - Douglas County Early Childhood Planning Coalition The Douglas County Early Childhood Planning Coalition–or DCECPC-- consists of representatives from both public and non-profit agencies, including the Roseburg School District, Family Development Center (Relief Nursery), Douglas County Commission on Children and Families, Douglas Education Service District, Head Start, County Mental Health and Community Health, the Douglas County Library, Ford Family Foundation, Umpqua Community College, Battered Persons Advocacy, Early Intervention, Arc Respite Care, Services to Children and Families, Adult and Family Services, Child Care Resource and Referral, and others. In 1998, the Coalition received a grant from the Ford Family Foundation to develop countywide parent education opportunities. The DCECPC has also sponsored presentations on a variety of issues. In 1999, the DCECPC formalized its relationship with Douglas County Commission on Children and Families as its subcommittee to develop and recommend early childhood policies.
 Click here to find out more about DCECPC.


Umpqua Partners (formerly known as DC CAPS)  - www.updrugfree.org

Community Resource Network (CRN)  - Coming soon!

 


Healthy Start/Healthy Families Advisory Board  -

The Douglas County Healthy Start/Healthy Families Advisory Board (HS/HF) advises the local program, and reports to the Douglas County Commission on Children & Families (DCCF) its recommendations in planning, implementation, policies, and assessment of Healthy Start/Healthy Families program services, and the role of Healthy Start/Healthy Families in Douglas County’s local early childhood system of supports and services.  Each county is required to have a local Healthy Start/Healthy Families Advisory Committee, which may be the local Early Childhood Team.

The Healthy Start/Healthy Families Advisory Board has a wide range of skills and abilities and provides a heterogeneous mix of skills, strengths, community knowledge, professions, age, race, sex, gender, and ethnicity.  Membership includes direct representation by community members, including a representative of the medical profession, and program participants.  Healthy Start/Healthy Families providers/contractors/staff may provide Healthy Start/Healthy Families program information to the Healthy Start/Healthy Families Advisory Board but may not participate in board decisions on advising the program or preparing reports to the DCCF.

 Click here to find out more about the Healthy Start Advisory Board.

 


Local Public Safety Coordinating Council (LPSCC) - Coming soon!

 


 

Committees