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Oregon has many programs and services addressing the needs of children and families. Early Learning Hubs play a critical role in connecting and coordinating those services on a regional level. Hubs center the voices of families from communities who face historical and current inequities due to factors such as race, income, zip code, or language. With local leaders and communities, Hubs help build a shared vision and support strategic planning by evaluating regional successes, barriers, and opportunities. Through these partnerships, Hubs coordinate priorities, funding, and services to more effectively meet the needs of early learning and care providers, young children, and families.
Coordinated systems are easier for families to navigate and increase access and enrollment to high-quality early care and education opportunities. Families receive the support they need to be healthy, stable, and attached. Their children receive the early learning experiences they need to thrive.
Early Learning Hubs bring together cross-sector partners to align services and resources for Oregon's young children and families
Early Learning Hub Parent Leadership Councils are made up of parents who have children ages birth to eight. Council members collaborate with the Early Learning Hubs by:
For more information and to get involved, contact the Early Learning Hub in your region by
selecting your county below.
Please select your region on the map to view Hubs in your area.
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