• Child Care Resource & Referral

    CCR&R is a program of Umatilla Morrow Head Start, Inc. that assists parents and child care providers with child care issues. Contact us at ccrr@umchs.org or by phone (541) 564-6878

What We Do For Families

  • Offer personalized assistance on choosing quality child care
  • Make referrals to local child care providers – Referrals are available Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
  • Connect families with resources to help with the cost of care
  • Find care options for non-traditional work schedules and children with special needs
  • Please be advised CCR&R is providing referrals only not recommendations.

What We Do For Communities

  • Provide data for planning and policy making
  • Maintain a directory of community resources for families
  • Improve the quality and supply of child care
  • Advocate for a high quality child care system

Contact Us

Umatilla Morrow Head Start/CCR&R
541.564.6878 1.800.559.5878
Fax 541.564.6879

Our Locations

Baker County


2101 Main Street
Baker City, OR 97814
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(541) 523-7238

Grand County


530 E Main St #6
John Day, OR 97845
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(541) 575-1112

Harney County


779 W Fillmore
Burns, OR 97720
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(541) 573-3069

Malheur County


780 SE 6th St
Ontario, OR 97914
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(541) 889-4882

Union County


1100 K Ave
La Grande, OR 97850
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(541) 910-4390
(541) 910-0795

Umatilla / Morrow County


456 E Gladys Ave
Hermiston, OR 97838
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(541) 564-6878



758 NW 1st St
Enterprise, OR 97828
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(541) 398-2397


We offer a wide variety of training options, both in person and online.
Food Handler On-line Study Guide and Test
For more information about our training classes, click here to view our online calendar of upcoming events.
ORO Cover Sheet
For information on E-Learning opportunities, click here.
State Registration

Training available in English and Spanish

What we do for Providers.

  • Refer families who need child care
  • Offer training in child development, health and safety, and business practices
  • Provide ongoing support and links to resources
  • Provide mentors to help providers with all aspects of the Child Care Business
  • Lending Library

What we do for Employers.

  • Consult on work-life strategies to boost recruitment, retention and productivity
  • Offer assistance on child care related issues that effect the work force
  • Offer assistance with tax benefits related to child care


Spark is a statewide program from Oregon’s Early Learning Division helping parents and families access quality child care. It is the updated version of the Quality Rating and Improvement System, or QRIS, and it is improving the quality of child care in Oregon in two ways:

  • Spark connects families to quality early learning and care programs that prepare children for kindergarten and lifelong learning.
  • Spark offers coaching, professional development and resources to help early learning and care programs provide developmentally appropriate experiences and to keep improving the quality of the care they provide to your children.