LOCATIONS: Newberg, McMinnville, Sheridan and Willamina, OR

Yamhill County, OR

Serving Yamhill County since 1983.

Contact Information

Address

Administrative Office:
617 NE Davis St
McMinnville, OR 97128

Phone

503-472-4020

Email

Fax

503-472-8630

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Yamhill County

Hours

Mon: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Tues: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Wed: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Thu: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Fri: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Director

Jordan Robinson

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Happy Father’s Day! Especially to amazing Dad’s in our programs like Cody who work SO hard to make the best choices for their families. Fatherhood is not always easy, and we are so proud to support families like his during those hard moments.

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Did you know that we have several A Family Place busses that travel around yamhill county to pick up students?

It is all thanks to donors, volunteers and supporters like you, who make our program possible! If you would like to volunteer to drive or ride the bus with our little students we are always looking for support in those areas! Call our main office 503.472.4020 for more information on volunteering today!
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Did you know that we have several A Family Place busses that travel around yamhill county to pick up students? 

It is all thanks to donors, volunteers and supporters like you, who make our program possible! If you would like to volunteer to drive or ride the bus with our little students we are always looking for support in those areas! Call our main office 503.472.4020 for more information on volunteering today!

As we said last week, this month we will be highlighting some of our amazing ICAP staff members! Meet Kim!

1.What is your job within the ICAP program? I serve ICAP as supervisor. I support our staff providing immigration services in the community and oversee community outreach. I'm always looking for ways to improve the services supporting immigrants in our community and am deeply committed to ensuring that immigrants and advocates have current, accurate information to navigate the constantly changing world of immigration policy and practice.

2.What brought you to ICAP and LCSNW? I first connected with LCSNW when my husband and I attended an ICAP community outreach presentation. I was challenged and inspired by the work that they do. Our own family has had quite long journey with multiple immigration processes and we would have loved to have had an agency like ICAP help us on the way. This is my way of helping others' experience be a little less overwhelming than ours was.

3. What is your favorite thing about working with the immigration community? I love empowering staff and clients and seeing small pieces of their lives transformed when they understand the process they are navigating or when they successfully finish their immigration process. It is especially touching to me each time a family is reunited at the end of their legal process. I have tears in my eyes every time. I've been there and I know how it feels.

Como dijimos la semana pasada, este mes destacamos algunos de nuestros increíbles miembros del personal de ICAP. Conoce a Kim!

1. ¿Cuál es su trabajo dentro del programa ICAP? Sirvo a ICAP como la supervisora. Apoyo a nuestro programa brindando servicios de inmigración en la comunidad y supervisando el alcance comunitario. Siempre estoy buscando formas de mejorar los servicios que apoyan a los inmigrantes en nuestra comunidad y estoy profundamente comprometido a garantizar que los inmigrantes y los defensores tengan información actual y precisa para navegar en el mundo en constante cambio de la política y la práctica de inmigración.

2. ¿Qué te trajo a ICAP y LCSNW? Primero me conecté con LCSNW cuando mi esposo y yo asistimos a una presentación comunitaria de ICAP. Fui desafiado e inspirado por el trabajo que hacen. Nuestra propia familia ha tenido un largo viaje con múltiples procesos de inmigración y nos hubiera encantado tener una agencia como ICAP que nos ayude en el camino. Esta es mi manera de ayudar a que la experiencia de los demás sea un poco menos abrumadora que la nuestra.

3. ¿Qué es lo que más le gusta de trabajar con la comunidad de inmigración? Me encanta empoderar al personal y a los clientes y ver cómo se transforman partes pequeñas de sus vidas cuando comprenden el proceso que están navegando o cuando finalizan con éxito su proceso de inmigración. Es especialmente conmovedor para mí cada vez que una familia se reúne al final de su proceso legal, tengo lágrimas en los ojos todo el tiempo. He estado allí y sé cómo se siente.
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As we said last week, this month we will be highlighting some of our amazing ICAP staff members! Meet Kim! 

1.What is your job within the ICAP program? I serve ICAP as supervisor. I support our staff providing immigration services in the community and oversee community outreach. Im always looking for ways to improve the services supporting immigrants in our community and am deeply committed to ensuring that immigrants and advocates have current, accurate information to navigate the constantly changing world of immigration policy and practice. 

2.What brought you to ICAP and LCSNW? I first connected with LCSNW when my husband and I attended an ICAP community outreach presentation. I was challenged and inspired by the work that they do. Our own family has had quite long journey with multiple immigration processes and we would have loved to have had an agency like ICAP help us on the way. This is my way of helping others experience be a little less overwhelming than ours was. 

3. What is your favorite thing about working with the immigration community? I love empowering staff and clients and seeing small pieces of their lives transformed when they understand the process they are navigating or when they successfully finish their immigration process. It is especially touching to me each time a family is reunited at the end of their legal process. I have tears in my eyes every time. Ive been there and I know how it feels.

Como dijimos la semana pasada, este mes destacamos algunos de nuestros increíbles miembros del personal de ICAP. Conoce a Kim!

1. ¿Cuál es su trabajo dentro del programa ICAP? Sirvo a ICAP como la  supervisora. Apoyo a nuestro programa brindando servicios de inmigración en la comunidad y supervisando el alcance comunitario. Siempre estoy buscando formas de mejorar los servicios que apoyan a los inmigrantes en nuestra comunidad y estoy profundamente comprometido a garantizar que los inmigrantes y los defensores tengan información actual y precisa para navegar en el mundo en constante cambio de la política y la práctica de inmigración.

2. ¿Qué te trajo a ICAP y LCSNW? Primero me conecté con LCSNW cuando mi esposo y yo asistimos a una presentación comunitaria de ICAP. Fui desafiado e inspirado por el trabajo que hacen. Nuestra propia familia ha tenido un largo viaje con múltiples procesos de inmigración y nos hubiera encantado tener una agencia como ICAP que nos ayude en el camino. Esta es mi manera de ayudar a que la experiencia de los demás sea un poco menos abrumadora que la nuestra.

3. ¿Qué es lo que más le gusta de trabajar con la comunidad de inmigración? Me encanta empoderar al personal y a los clientes y ver cómo se transforman partes pequeñas de sus vidas cuando comprenden el proceso que están navegando o cuando finalizan con éxito su proceso de inmigración. Es especialmente conmovedor para mí cada vez que una familia se reúne al final de su proceso legal, tengo lágrimas en los ojos todo el tiempo. He estado allí y sé cómo se siente.

FELIZ DIA DEL PADRE!!

*El dia del padre se festeje hoy en muchos otros países como en Argentina, Barbados, Sudáfrica, Venezuela, Paraguay, Grecia y mucho más!
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FELIZ DIA DEL PADRE!!

*El dia del padre se festeje hoy en muchos otros países como en Argentina, Barbados, Sudáfrica, Venezuela, Paraguay, Grecia y mucho más!

Happy Father's Day from Safe Families for Children! We are so thankful for all the fathers who love on their children and embrace the children of another.

"The righteous man walks in his integrity, his children are blessed after him." - Proverbs 20:7
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Happy Fathers Day from Safe Families for Children! We are so thankful for all the fathers who love on their children and embrace the children of another. 

The righteous man walks in his integrity, his children are blessed after him. - Proverbs 20:7

Courage is asking for help. Donna reached out to Safe Families for Children to provide support for her two daughters while she found help for her alcohol and drug addiction. "I was depressed, and things had gotten to the point that I almost didn't care about anything." Mike and Katy cared for Donna's daughters, Alexandria and Taylor, while she finally addressed the issues at the root of her substance problems during regular sessions with a counselor. At one point, Donna was also welcomed into the Wrights' home along with her children. "Katy wouldn't give up on me and wouldn't let me give up on myself. She challenged me to think differently about life, my kids and God. Katy was exactly what I needed in order to change." Get help here: safe-families.org/get-help/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Courage is asking for help. Donna reached out to Safe Families for Children to provide support for her two daughters while she found help for her alcohol and drug addiction. I was depressed, and things had gotten to the point that I almost didnt care about anything. Mike and Katy cared for Donnas daughters, Alexandria and Taylor, while she finally addressed the issues at the root of her substance problems during regular sessions with a counselor. At one point, Donna was also welcomed into the Wrights home along with her children. Katy wouldnt give up on me and wouldnt let me give up on myself. She challenged me to think differently about life, my kids and God. Katy was exactly what I needed in order to change. Get help here: https://safe-families.org/get-help/

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