• Young Parent Opportunity Program at CCC 

    Young Parent Opportunity Program

    Beginning Fall term 2012, pregnant and parenting teens will be served within the Adult High School diploma /GED program through the Skills Development Department. Additional information will be available online soon or contact Lisa Nielson at 503-594-3401.

    CCC’s Young Parent Opportunity Program (YPOP) is a comprehensive high school educational program serving pregnant or parenting teens. The program has made a difference in the lives of hundreds of teen parents and their children over the years. And we can help you – or someone you know – to meet those same life challenges.

    Pregnant and parenting teenagers can continue their education and prepare for employment while increasing their parenting skills through YPOP. The program is a cooperative effort between supportive staff at Clackamas Community College, Clackamas County high schools, the Department of Human Services, Clackamas County Mental Health and YMCA Childcare. Services are provided through the Family Resource Center on our Oregon City campus.

    YPOP serves Clackamas County youth who are:

    • 15 to 21 years of age
    • Pregnant or parenting
    • Interested in earning high school credits or GED preparation

    Our program and staff are here to help you build a future for yourself and as a parent. If you would like to learn more about the YPOP program, please contact us at the Family Resource Center at 503-594-3027.

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