family services

TANF- Temporary Assistance for in Need Families

Willamette Valley Doula Collective
925- 482-4686
18700 SW Indian Creek Rd
Willamina, OR 97396
A collective of birth, postpartum, infant and family care professionals who serve the Willamette Valley and surrounding areas. Our hope is to empower families as they grow. From planning and navigating prenatal options to settling into parenthood, we are dedicated to providing professional, reliable and compassionate care. Within this, we also address the realm of loss and the sensitive nature of those experiences. It is our passion and purpose to serve each family individually as we meet your unique needs for this sacred time. We respect and serve all birthing preferences and guarantee personalized support throughout your unique journey.

Health Care for Children
Assistance for Child Care if you qualify for TANF or Food Stamps you can also get assistance with child care when you need it. Call 503-472-4634 or visit the office at the above Norton Lane address.

Wrap Around Services

Contact Carolyn Garza, Case Manager.
503-883-4173 or 503-472-0457 ext. 129
M-F, 8 AM - 5 PM
Families can call here or check the website for help with finding food banks, energy service, housing, transit, youth outreach (Newberg and Dundee), community resources.

YCAP Client Assistance
YCAP provides assistance to individuals and families  through the DCAF (Direct Client Assistance Fund) program. This program helps clients meet needs that are not met through other social service programs. Types of assistance includes: 1) work related (special licensing, required clothing or footwear, tools), 2) transportation (car insurance, car repair, tires), Education (testing, training fees), OHP Premiums. This program does not include rental or heating needs. To be eligible clients need to be low-income, and the need must not be indicative of a continuing need that would lead to continued assistance. To apply, applicants must schedule an intake appointment with a YCAP case manager for an appointment. They will need to bring a photo ID, social security card for each family member and copies of information pertaining to the assistance that is being requested. Intake appointments are limited, it is recommended to call the front desk, 503-472-0457 on Monday morning at 8:30.

 Love INC
120 S. Elliott Rd.
Newberg, OR 97132
Have patients call to set up intake appointment in their Clearing house (209 S Main St. Newberg).  Intake appointments are approximately 1 hour long, and they will need to bring photo ID and a utility bill to verify address.  A plan will be put together for patient, including help from local churches and agencies in the area.

 Love INC available to  ANYONE who lives in Newberg, Dundee, Lafayette, Dayton, Yamhill, Carlton, St. Paul and parts of Sherwood (as long as they have a Newberg connection).  There are no income limits or qualifications that would make you ineligible to receive services from Love INC. GAP ministries that LOVE, INC works with include: dental vans, women’s shelter, OTC Medication, and prescription assistance, bus passes, homeless kits, utility bills, breakfast, bags, bicycles, clothing, haircuts, linens, household supplies, showers, firewood (seasonal). Relational Ministry--Life Skill classes, and mentoring.

City Outreach Ministry
McMinnville First Christian Church:
1300 SE Brooks Street, McMinnville, OR 97128

 A Family Place
(Newberg and McMinnville)
•   Parenting Education and Support
•   Specialized Early childhood classrooms
•   Home Visits
•   Resiliency Training for Families
•   Diaper Bank
•   Clothing Closet (Maternity and children’s clothing)
•   Children, family and adult counseling available on site an in the home

Catholic Family Services

Rainbow Family Services
Services offered through the Catholic Family Services. Previously known as Rainbow Lodge, it is a juvenile residential care center

5Rock Ranch
23800 NW Flying M road
Yamhill, OR 97148
5Rock Ranch is a Christ-centered community where people come and live for a time, giving them the privilege to seek the Lord with all their heart, soul, mind and strength. People go to 5Rock Ranch to put their lives on hold for a time and seek God for a new way of living. 5Rock Ranch helps fatherless young men, single mothers and their children and floundering adults. Visit the website or call the phone number listed above.


Providence Medical Group Newberg Behavioral Health Department
For established patients of PMG and referrals from Newberg High School
To schedule with Clinical Psychologist:
503-537-5900, option 3

Yamhill County Mental Health
Adult program
McMinnville - 627 N Evans St 503-434-7523
Newberg - 2251 E Hancock St 503-538-8970

Family & Youth Programs
McMinnville - 420 NE Fifth St 503-434-7462
Crisis walk-in appointments at McMinnville location

YCMH Crisis Line

 Lutheran Community Services (McMinnville/Newberg)
Lutheran Community Services offers family counseling, anger management, domestic violence groups, and family stabilization services.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
For support: 503-434-6350

 Physicians Medical Center
For established patients of PMC
To schedule with Clinical Psychologist: 503-472-6161

Virginia Garcia-Psychology On-site
For established patients of Virginia Garcia
To schedule with Clinical Psychologist:
McMinnville: 503-472-1338
Newberg: 971-281-3000

Hope Connection Counseling
To schedule call 503-967-4964

Mindfulness Training
Making space centering practice
Heidi Hopkins teaches neuro-science based mindfulness practices in Newberg Schools & the community. Coaching both individuals and families, she also leads workshops and retreats.



Brain Training with NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback is a great way to empower your systems to self-regulate.  The "feedback" tells the brain what it's doing and the brain uses that information to make adjustments and optimize.  A well trained brain is flexible, resilient, and better at handling distractions, anxiety, just about anything.  NeurOptimal® is safe for all ages.  Appointments are available in our office, and rental systems are available for family home use.

Parenting Resources

Mid-Valley Parenting
This website provides information on current classes for Yamhill and Polk county for all age groups. There are classes in both Spanish and English. Class topics range from pre-natal to high school parenting. There are domestic violence and sexual violence programs, classes on parenting children who have been through trauma, nurturing fathers and much more. There are often fliers available to print that can be handed out to patients. Visit the link above.

Head Start of Yamhill County
Offers education and activities for both youth and parents.

Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN)
For support: Salem 503-990-7884

Oregon Family Support Network
Families and youth working together to promote mental, behavioral and emotional wellness for other families and youth through education, support and advocacy.

A Family Place
A Family Place supports at-risk families by offering free professional home visiting, parent education and specialized preschool for children ages 0 to 5

 Social/Physical Activities

McMinnville Aquatic Center
They have a scholarship form that can be completed which will cover 2 sets of swimming lessons, generally at $5 or less.

McMinnville Parks and Rec
Fee reduction forms for sports (youth dodge ball, gymnastics, soccer, etc.) and after school activity. After school activities include physical movement, arts/crafts and STEM program.
Indoor walking track $1/person to come in and walk.

Chehalem Parks & Recreation District
Various activities for the whole family.

Chehalem Cultural Center
Offers youth art classes, scholarships available.

Newberg Public Library
Storytime’s, Sensory and Stay & Play events