Yamhill Community System of Care

Families know the challenges of supporting children and youth with complex needs.

That is where System of Care can help!

What is Yamhill Community SOC?

System Of Care

This System of Care (SOC) is a collaborative service model that addresses the diverse needs of children, youth, and families. It integrates mental health and essential services into a coordinated network to adapt to their changing behavioral health requirements. SOC fosters partnerships with families and youth, empowering them to navigate various systems and prioritize their preferences for optimal support.

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Our Mission

“The children and youth of Yamhill County will experience meaningful support across all life domains via a collaborative system of care which is family driven, culturally responsive, community integrated, and empowers them to succeed with each life task while feeling hope for their family and their future as evidenced by measurable outcomes.”

Our Vision

“Our vision is that all children and families have the supports they need to feel empowered and hopeful for their future."

Why Should You Join?

Your Voice Matters

Yamhill Community SOC is grounded in 6 core values and principles:

  • Community-based: Services are available in the community, and include traditional and nontraditional services as well as natural and informal supports

  • Family driven and youth guided: Youth and families have a direct voice in their care, and are full partners in the planning and delivery of services

  • Culturally and linguistically responsive: Services and supports are available which match a family's culture, race, ethnicity, and language

  • Coordinated and collaborative: Community agencies and systems work together to support children and families to help them thrive at home, in school, in the community, and throughout life

  • Individualized and strength-based: The strengths and needs of youth and families determine the types of individualized services and supports provided

  • Trauma-informed: Services recognize past trauma and do not create new trauma

When are the Meetings?

Yamhill Community System Of Care meets once monthly and once quarterly

Executive Council: Meets quarterly on the second Thursday of March, June, September, and December. 11 AM - 12 PM

Combined Advisory & Practice Committee Meeting: Meets the third Thursdays of every month from 9 am - 11 am.

The System of Care welcomes youth, family members, and community partners who would like to share their experiences to help transform family-serving systems. If you or someone you know is interested in participating, please contact: [email protected]