Education

Klamath County Education Resources

Chiloquin Learning Center (541) 783-2015
Serves: Youth grades 8 through 12.
Services: GED test prep study, basic skills development, reading, math, keyboarding.

Early Childhood Interventions (541)883-4748
Serves: Birth to 5 with special education needs.
Services: Provides early intervention and early childhood special education services.

Integral Youth Services (541) 882-2053

Independent Living Program (541) 882-7675
Serves: Foster Care Youth, ages 14 to 21
Services: Applying for college/financial aid, independent living skills, hygiene, clothing, shopping, cooking, job readiness, taking the bus

New Vision Learning Center (541) 883-8602 or (541) 850-2887
Serves: 4th – 12th grades
Services: Social skills training.

Youth Center (541) 850-5446
Serves: Youth, age 10 – 18, younger siblings only with brother/sister along.
Services: After school recreation, homework help, independent living skills, crafts, community service, junior youth board.

Klamath Adult Learning Center (541) 883-4719
Serves: Ages 16 and up - $100 GED test fee
Services: GED - English, basic education, English as a Second Language, job skills

Klamath Family Head Start (541) 882-5988
Serves: Children 3 and 4 years old; priority given to low income and special needs children.
Services: A comprehensive preschool program serving the whole family, education, health, parent involvement, social services, and mental health.

Klamath Institute (541) 885-4287
Serves: High school students - $25 class fee – summer term only.
Services: Make up high school credits for classes failed. Obtain high school diploma.

Klamath Resources -including the Parent Resource Center (541) 882-2308
Serves: All
Services: A free lending library of learning games and activities; books, videos and audio tapes on parenting; information on learning
differences and how to help with homework; and information and referral services are provided.

Klamath Resources -including www.klamathresources.org
Serves: All
Services: A website with a directory of all agencies and organizations providing services to individuals and families in Klamath County. It also has listings for Support Groups, Events and Training.

Linkville Academy (541) 882-5691
Serves: 6th through 12th grade students.
Services: GED test prep study; basic skills development, reading, math, career guidance

Oregon Child Development Coalition (541) 884-8812
Serves: Families must work in agriculture and meet federal poverty guidelines. Priority given to children with disabilities.
Services: 8 hours daily educational Head Start services for children 6 weeks-5 years of age; transportation to and from the center; all diapers, formula or food; child development screenings.

Oregon Human Development Corporation (541) 883-7186
Serves: Low income and agricultural families or individuals. Must be documented to work legally.
Services: Bi-linqual staff. Education, vocation, employment, emergency financial assistance for rent/utility. Low-income weatherization.

The Work Connection (541) 850-9675
Chiloqin Work Connection (541) 783-2015
Serves: 15 years or older.
Services: Assistance with job search and career, college, financial aid, computer lab.

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