Homeless and Low-Income Educational Assistance

McKinney-Vento Homeless Program

NEED ASSISTANCE?
Call 211!

Contact:
Jason Hobson
Estacada School District
hobsonj@estacada.k12.or.us or 503-630-6871 Ext. 2905

Oregon School District Homeless Liaisons works with school staff and local agencies to identify students who may qualify for homeless status (according to the McKinney-Vento Act) and, once identified, work to remove barriers these students may have in accessing their education.

If your student is lacking a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, please complete the following form and return to Thea Enright, c/o Estacada High School, Student Services Department.

Residency Information and McKinney-Vento Interview Form.pdf

Who Qualifies:

Anyone lacking a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime resident including:

  • Doubled up, sharing housing due to loss of housing or economic hardship
  • In a motel, recreational trailer, or camp ground
  • In an emergency shelter or transitional housing
  • Living in cars, parks, or public spaces
  • Not in the custody of a parent or guardian
  • Migratory student 

Rights:

  • Go to school, no matter where they live or how long they have lived there
  • Continue in the school that they last attended before becoming homeless
  • Receive transportation to the school they last attended
  • Enroll in school without giving a permanent address
  • Enroll and attend classes while the school arrange for the transfer of immunization records or any other documents required for enrollment

**  These rights are established under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, Title X, Part C of the No Child Left Behind Act

Service to homeless students include:

  • Enrollment assistance
  • Transportation to/from school, if feasible
  • Free or reduced meals (breakfast and lunch while at school)
  • Community resource referrals
  • Materials required to access education


Student Support Fund

Are you homeless, low-income, or just having a hard time making ends meet? Do you want your children to participate in school-related activities with their peers but it is difficult to come up with the all of the funds needed to make this happen? 

Our Student Support fund may be able to assist you. Contact your building secretary or counselor for more information. Assistance is dependent upon funds available.

Donations to the fund should be made out to Estacada School District, Student Support Fund, attention Nick Hogan.

NEED ASSISTANCE?

Call 211

ESTACADA SCHOOL DISTRICT #108 PUBLIC NOTICE MCKINNEY-VENTO HOMELESS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE ACT 

 

Estacada School District supports students who are experiencing homelessness or are at-risk of homelessness. If your family lives in any of the following dwellings: shelter, motel, vehicle, campground, on the street, in an abandoned building, recreational trailer, or other inadequate accommodations, or temporarily doubled-up with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford to house your preschool–aged and school-aged children have certain rights or protections under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.

For help addressing your student’s educational rights contact Jason Hobson at 503-630-6871 Ext. 2905 or call 211.


ESTACADA SCHOOL DISTRICT #108 AVISO PÙBILICO “LAS PERSONAS SIN HOGAR” DE MCKINNEY-VENTO 

Información para jóvenes en edad escolar. Si usted vive bajo una de las siguientes condiciones: • En un albegue, motel, vehiculo, o parque para acampar • En la calle o al aire libre • En un edificio abandonado, remolque-residencia (trailer) u otro alojamiento inadecuado • Comparatiendo una vivienda con otra famila o algu pariente a causa de no poder encontrar alojamiento o por falta de recursos economicos Entonces, usted tiene ciertos derechos y protecciones bajo el Acta de Asistencia Educative para “Las Perosnas Sin Hogar” de McKinney-Vento (McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act). Para obtener asistencia por favor llame Jason Hobson @ 503-630- 6871 #2905.

 

Need help finding help?
Make one call to connect to a wide range of social services in the Clackamas area. Services such as food resources, health care, legal services, employment resources, housing
 and emergency shelters, and other agencies. Call 211.

How will “Estacada School District” help our homeless youth and students?             
We will provide school supplies, free school meal programs, school related fee’s, referrals to early and special education, medical assistance,  academic support’s, school related transportation option’s, and referral’s to other supplemental and community service’s  in order to ensure equal educational access  for our homeless youth and students. For further assistance see your building principal or call your district’s “Homeless Education Liaison” at  503-630-6871 Ext. 2905  or e-mail hobsonj@estacada.k12.or.us.


Assistance in the Estacada – Clackamas County area:

Housing

 

 

N.W. Housing Alternatives

503-654-1007

Emergency shelter and housing assistance

Housing Authority of Clackamas County

503-655-8267

Subsidized rental housing

Clackamas County Social Services

503-655-8591

Rent assistance

Community Development Division

503-650-5640

PGE (Electric) financial assistance

Food

 

 

Estacada Area Food Bank

503-630-2888

Open Tuesday and Friday

Clackamas County Food Bank

503-282-0555

Food Basket Program

Gleaners of Clackamas County

503-655-8740

Low-income food membership program

Department of Human Services

971-673-7300

Temporary aid,food stamps, JOBS program

Insurance, Medical, and Mental Health:

 

 

Estacada SBHC 
Wade Creek Clinic
Orchid Health

503-630-8550

On EHS campus; Primary care, immunizations, referrals.

Clackamas Community Health/Dental

503-655-8471

Primary care, immunizations, WIC, dental services

Community Behavioral Health

503-655-8401

24 hour mental health crisis line

Clackamas Women’s Services

503-654-2288

Shelter and support services for domestic violence

Kaiser for Kids

1-800-464-4000

Affordable health for children birth to 18

Oregon Health Plan

503-655-8336

Health insurance program

Oregon Healthy Kids

1-800-314-5678

Health insurance program for children

Oregon Safe Net

1-800-723-3638

Free health and social service helpline

Prescription Drug Helpline

503-655-8269

Assistance with obtaining prescriptions

 

 

 

Child Care:

 

 

Oregon Childcare Resource

1-800-342-6712

Referral services

Metro Day Care referral

1-800-695-6988

Includes Clackamas County

Foster Care:

 

 

Foster Care Student Hotline

1-855-840-6036

Foster Care Youth Hotline

Education:

 

 

Head Start

503-675-4565

Preschool for children 3-5

Clackamas ESD

503-675-4000

Early intervention for children with disabilities' ages 0-5

Estacada School District

503-630-6871

K-12 education

Estacada Library

503-630-8273

Free internet access and Children’s program’s