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Homeless Education Program

This district-based program provides help with basic needs, crisis intervention and advocacy, and essential support services to homeless children and youth and their families throughout our schools.  Immediate supports are provided so that a child can attend school regularly and so parents can be engaged. Clothing, food, transportation to/from school, and school supplies are available.

We are committed to treating youth and families with integrity, compassion, and respect. If you are in any of the following situations (with or without parent or guardian) we can help.

  • Living on the street, camping, or in a car
  • Couch surfing
  • Living in a shelter
  • Living with friends or family due to a hardship
  • Runaway
  • Not enrolled in school for any reason
  • just in need of help

We can help with:

  • Emergency food
  • Laundry cards
  • Personal hygiene supplies
  • Clothing/shoes
  • Bedding
  • Medical & Housing Referrals
  • After School Activities
  • Transportation
  • HS Diploma/GED Tutoring
Please call Darrick Bruns (McKinney-Vento/Homeless Coordinator) 541-995-6544 for assistance.