Every year, Parent-Child Development Services improves the lives of 250 Multnomah County families with children under the age of 5.
Impact NW’s PCDS classes allow parents to engage in fun, interactive classroom activities with their children and to learn about topics such as nutrition, child development, and positive parenting skills.
Impact NW’s Parent-Child Development Services program receives funding from the Portland Children’s Levy, Multnomah County, Spirit Mountain Community Fund, and United Way.
Yet low-income parents do not often have the time and resources they need to encourage their young children’s healthy growth. Our Parent-Child Development Services program was designed to help struggling parents find the support and develop the skills they need to support their children’s learning and development.