Emergency Child Care for Essential Workers is available!

There are more than 70 locations in Clackamas County approved to provide Emergency Child Care

To find a location near you, contact 211 Info

Child Care Search

http://triwou.org/assets/images/phone20px.png Dial 211
http://triwou.org/assets/images/text20px.png Text keyword children to 898211
http://triwou.org/assets/images/email20px.png Email children@211info.org

to connect with a 211 representative
Mon - Fri 7am-11pm Sat - Sun 8am-8pm

para conectar con un representante de 211 para ayudarle con su búsqueda de cuidado infantil


Learn more about Emergency Child Care - https://oregonearlylearning.com/COVID-19-Resources/Emergency-Child-Care 


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There are now more than 70 locations in Clackamas County approved to provide Emergency Child Care fo

COVID-19 Information and Resources

 To support and respond to concerns regarding the coronavirus outbreak, The Early Learning Division  has  developed Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), tools, and guidance for providers, families, and Emergency Child Care.

Early Care and Education Sector Plan for Clackamas County

The Early Learning Hub of  Clackamas County, in collaboration with partners and stakeholders, developed a regional Early Care and Education (ECE) Sector Plan that focuses on identifying priority populations, and areas of highest need, for targeted services. The Sector plan will be integrated into the processes to inform Preschool Promise, Oregon Prekindergarten, and Early Head Start expansions, and equitable resource allocation across our state.  You can download the full ECE Sector plan below.

What are Early Learning Hubs?

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Early Learning Hubs

Early Learning Hub Goals

Early Learning Hub Goals

The Early Learning Division of the Oregon Department of Education provides funding to  Early Learning Hubs to convene cross sector partners to work together toward a shared vision and shared goals. There are 16 Early Learning Hubs in Oregon, supporting  systems development and programs for children, prenatally through six and their families. Early Learning Hubs collaborate with early childhood programs to translate the research on early development into result-oriented interventions and programs.

 https://oregonearlylearning.com/raise-up-oregon 

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Early Learning Hub Goals

Early Learning Hub Goals

Early Learning Hub Goals

Goal 1: Aligned, coordinated, and family-centered early childhood system

Goal 2: Children receive the early learning experiences they need to thrive and be successful in school and life

Goal 3: Families receive the support they need to be healthy, stable and attached


 http://orearlylearning.brewhousepdx.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Early-Learning-Hub_1Pager.pdf 


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Our Region

Early Learning Hub Goals

Our Region

Early Learning Hubs are working in their communities  to streamline systems that are easier to navigate for families, increase access to and enrollment in quality childcare and preschool, and the improve the quality of early learning programs overall.  Early Learning Hubs focus their efforts all children in Clackamas County, with a focus on children and families who have been historically undeserved and under-represented.


 https://oregonearlylearning.com/administration/what-are-hubs/ 


Contact Us

Early Learning Hub of Clackamas County

Clackamas County buildings are currently closed to the public

adieker@clackamas.us | 971-420-3528