Connecting Families at the UO
UO Families Listserv is a subscribed email list for the UO community providing information about family-related campus and community events and programs.
To be added to the listserv, visit the subscription management page.
UO supports nursing mothers on campus by offering lactation rooms and a refrigerator loan program.
La Leche League of Oregon offers support, encouragement and information to mothers breastfeeding their babies.
- Center for Healthy Relationships
Provides individual therapy services to all ages for a wide range of concerns.
- Center on Teaching & Learning
Resources and Activities for Parents.
- Child and Family Center
Offers a wide-range of services to help families navigate challenging periods of a child's life.
- Team Duckling
UO faculty and students study how children learn and grow. Learn more about our group and sign up for our studies.
- 211info (connect with an Early Childhood or Family Services Specialist by phone, text or email)
- Resources for Families in Lane County (comprehensive list of family resources compiled by Parenting Now!)
- Family Connections of Lane and Douglas Counties (parenting resources)
- Headstart of Lane County (parenting resources)
- Lane Kids (parenting education)
- Oregon Department of Human Services - Children and Youth (parenting resources)
Employee Assistance Program
Cascade Centers, the university's employee assistance program (EAP) provides assistance with childcare, education issues, behavioral difficulties, development concerns and adoption information.
UO is committed to supporting members of the campus community with family responsibilities.
- Family Support policy
Recognizing the vital role the family plays in the well-being and productivity of its students, staff and faculty, the University of Oregon is committed to helping its members balance their work, educational and family responsibilities.
- Campus Family Alliance
Works to connect families to campus by coordinating and communicating services, events and resources for parents and children.