Wallowa County Commission on Chidlren & Families Mission Statement
Wallowa County will be the best possible place to grow up and to raise a family. A community that is healthy, caring and hopeful. Created and maintained by community conditions, which protects, nurtures and assures that all people reach their fullest potential.
Who is WCCCF?
The Wallowa County Commission on Children and Families is a ten member board composed of 80% lay members representing a broadcross-section of Wallowa County citizens and 20% direct service providers.
The Commission is an organization that allocates state funding for local programs to benefit families. The Commission addresses gaps and overlaps in services, partners with other community groups, and monitors the success of the programs it funds.
The Commission consists of two paid positions and a nine to twelve member board made up of local citizens. The Commission works closely with the Wallowa County Board of Commissioners, using the 2008 Executive Summary of the Wallowa County Comprehensive Plan for Children and Families as a guide to make funding decisions.
Goal of WCCCF
To help Wallowa County be the best possible place to grow up and raise a family by helping local agencies and programs receive the funding they need to provide support to children, youth and parents. (See Funded Programs page for a list of funded programs).
Regular Commission Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at the Wallowa County Courthouse main floor conference room from 4:30 to 6:00 pm
Commission office hours are 7:00 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Wednesday
7:00 to 3:30 pm Thursday
The office is clossed on Fridays.
David Riley, Director, ext. 174, driley at* co.wallowa.or.us
Wallowa County Commission on Children & Families
101 S. River St., Drawer 10
Enterprise, OR 97828
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