Food For Lane County (FFLC) invites all children and youth age 18 and younger to eat lunch for free during the summer months. Volunteers serve meals at schools, parks and community centers located throughout Lane County. Each summer, FFLC serves thousands of lunches and breakfasts to children through the Summer Food Program. Visit the Google map for locations or download a pdf of locations here. For any other questions visit the Food For Lane County website or call (541) 343-2822.

For a complete map of sites across Oregon visit summerfoodoregon.org. To find a summer food location near you, text FOOD to 877877 and follow the prompts.

Our 2019 Summer Program Directory is a comprehensive list of activities, camps, and services available during the summer season to youth and families with disabilities. Download the directory here. Give us a call at 541-686-5060 or visit us online at directionservice.org

All parents want their children to succeed but many run out of ideas to support their child’s learning. Ready4K can help!

Each week, you will receive texts with FUN FACTS and EASY TIPS to boost your child’s learning. Ready4K activities build on the things that you already do with your child – like getting ready for school, eating meals together, and going to the store – to make boosting your child’s learning fast, fun and easy.

Free for children 3-5 years old. Sign up here: ready4k.parentpowered.com/sign-up-parents.html

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Boost your child’s learning with Vroom’s fast and fun tips. Vroom tips add learning to mealtime, bathtime, bedtime, or anytime! Download the app and try a Vroom tip!

Free and for children 5 and under. Learn more at vroom.org

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Looking for Lane County agencies and resources that work with families? You need our Resources for Families poster!

Visit Parenting Now! for more information and resources.

Parenting Now! Resource Poster English

Parenting Now! Poster de Recursos – Espanol

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Help find the resources you need, whether it’s Child Care, Utility Assistance, Food or Housing/Shelter. For assistance visit our website to search the database, call 211 or 1-866-698-6155, text your zip code to 98211 (TXT211), or email help@211info.org.

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Evidence- and strength-based family assessment to look at family functioning. This program consists of three 90-minute sessions. Children attend the 2nd session only. Parents receive $150 in gift cards for attending all three sessions.

Children Do Come With Directions – English

Los Niños Si Vienen con Instrucciones – Español