Early Intervention Council

The Early Intervention Council is comprised of parents and professionals in the community who are dedicated to the children in Jackson County with special needs. The council meets once a month to discuss issues related to providing services to the children in our community. The Jackson County Early Intervention Council (JCEIC) has joined with the Early Childhood Partnership Team (ECPT) and meets on the second Friday of the month from 10 a.m. to Noon at First Church of the Nazarene, Ministry Building, 1974 E. McAndrews Rd., Medford.  Parents are encouraged to attend. We would love to have you come join us!  

If you are interested in more information regarding the Early Intervention Council, please contact  (541) 494-7800.

LICC Brochure (English) (PDF)

LICC Brochure (Spanish) (PDF)

Lending Library

The EI/ECSE program has a lending library available to parents and professionals located at our Stewart Site.  It contains books and videos regarding early intervention/early childhood special education topics.

Families For Community

Families for Community (FFC) is a family support network run by families, for families.  They exist to facilitate community among families who have children who experience disabilities of all kinds, through relationship and support opportunities. Families For Community offers different ways for families to find support including one on one parent matching, support groups, social opportunities, training and workshops and advocacy opportunities. To find out how you can get involved with Families For Community, check out their website by clicking on the link above or on our resource page. Families For Community was featured on the Oregon Department of Human Services website.

Familias Especiales

Familias Especiales is a support group for Spanish-speaking families with children with special needs.  The group meets for family activities and training throughout the year.  Children are welcome.  For more information, contact our Multicultural Specialist at (541) 494-7814 or the Swindell's Center at (541) 732-5958.