Parent Leadership Cohort (Douglas County)
Parents in Douglas County — scholarships are available for education and certifications. This program provides scholarships to parents in Douglas county to pursue education and certification in several areas related to parenting, including infant CPR, lactation counseling, play group facilitation and more. Gain valuable job skills, while also uplifting other parents in your community.
University of Oregon Parenting Young Children Project
Parenting Young Children invites parents of children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years old to participate in a telehealth parenting program. This is a paid opportunity, and parents can earn up to $325! Participation involves completing a brief smartphone-based parenting program and four surveys over the course of one year.
Perinatal Task Force
Parents! Use your voice to impact the direction of the Task Force and discuss resources for families. Healthy Start convenes the Perinatal Task Force (PNTF), which is a collective impact group focused on improving health outcomes in Douglas and Josephine counties. This group meets monthly and focuses on the perinatal period — before, during, and after pregnancy. If you would like to join the PNTF and lend your personal input, visit our Perinatal Task Force page.
Check out our calendar for upcoming PNTF community meetings.
Up Together (Josephine County)
HCCSO is looking for 10 parents with children under the age of 5. Parents in Josephine County can earn up to $100 by completing five simple online surveys over the year. You can help our policy-makers understand how to best support southern Oregon families in 2022 and beyond. We’re looking for ten parents to complete five surveys throughout the year, and earn $20 each time.