Our Partners

J Bar J PartnersJ Bar J Youth Services recognizes that it takes a continuum of services to meet the needs of youth as they encounter different challenges. Our programs are an important aspect of the community response to homeless and runaway teens, school age children facing adversity, teen girls that are struggling in their families and teen boys that have committed a crime. But we cannot do it alone.  Interdependence is a skill we promote for a healthy lifestyle.  In keeping with this value, we would like to acknowledge the many partners we work with to facilitate positive change for youth.

 

Government

J Bar J Youth Services contracts with these government agencies to provide services to youth:

Oregon Youth Authority
http://www.oregon.gov/oya/Pages/about_us.aspx

U.S. Department of Human Services, Administration for Children and Families
http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/licensing/Pages/index.aspx

Oregon Department of Education
http://www.ode.state.or.us/pubs/directory/schooldirectory_20120904.pdf

Deschutes County Early Learning Council
http://www.deschutes.org/Children-and-Families-Commission.aspx

 

Private Foundations

J Bar J Youth Services is grateful to the following private foundations for their support of facilitating positive change for youth:

Oregon Community Foundation
Rotary Club Of Bend
J Bar J PartnersCollins
WHH Foundation
Deschutes CO. Community
Safeco
Knudson Foundation
Autzen Foundation
Juan Young
Kroger Foundation
US Bancorp Fndn.
Morgan Stanley
Perrin Foundation
TransCanada

 

Corporate Sponsors

Thank you to our wonderful community partners and sponsors!

Multiple event sponsorships

Les Schwab Tire Centers

Les-Schwab-Sign-High-res

Big Foot Beverages

Bigfoot-On-White

Deschutes Brewery

Deschutes Brewery

Hayden Homes

Hayden-Homes

Advanced Energy

Advanced Energy

Bend Research

Bend Research

Bend Garbage & Recycling

Bend Garbage & Recycling

News Channel 21

News Channel 21


25th Annual Oregon High Desert Classics 2014

Grand Prix Sponsors

Oxford Hotel Group
WHH Foundation

Hunter/Jumper Ring Sponsors

Absolute Horse
Carlson Signs
Bank of the Cascades
Coyote Rock Ranch

Mini Prix Sponsors

Stirrup Cup
Jennifer Sparks, DVM

Class Sponsors

Northwest Health Foundation
CMIT Solutions
Eberhard’s Dairy
On Point Community Credit Union
Providence Health & Services
Take 2
Bend Equine Medical Center


Big Brothers Big Sisters Comedy Benefit

Platinum Row Sponsor

Gold Row Sponsor

Ascent Capital

Ascent Capital

Selco Community Credit Union

Selco

Smolich Motors

Smolich Motors

Avion Water Company

Avion

Earth2O

earth2o

 

       

Silver Row Sponsor

Miller Lumber
Cosmetic and Family Dental Care
Dennis Murphy

Other:

Action Print
Umpqua Bank
5 Fusion and Sushi Bar

       

Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake

Presenting Sponsor

Fred Meyer

Fred-Myer

Spare Sponsors

American Energy
American Energy

G5

In Kind

Bend Radio Group
Pacific Power

Lane Sponsors

Pacific Source
Umpqua Bank
US Bank
Bend Memorial Clinic
Ascent Capital Management
Fred Real Estate
St. Charles Medical Center
Brown and Brown Northwest Insurance

 

Pin Sponsors

Papa Murphy’s
Miller Lumber
Quota International
The Management Trust
Central Oregon Radiology Assoc., P.C.
La Pine Rural Fire Protection District

 

 

Youth Resources

National Runaway Safeline
Information for youth, parents and providers.
1-800-621-4000
www.1800runaway.org

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

The Trevor Project
Information for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth
1-866-4-U-Trevor
www.thetrevorproject.org

Association of Child and Youth Care Practice, Inc. (ACYCP)
www.acycp.org
The ACYCP is a membership organization of state and regional associations, child and youth care agencies, and professionals committed to improving the field of child and youth care and the promotion and development of professional competencies. 

Helping Americas Youth
www.helpingamericasyouth.gov
Helping America’s Youth is a nationwide effort to raise awareness about the challenges facing our youth, particularly at-risk boys, and to motivate caring adults to connect with youth in three key areas: family, school, and community.

National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH)
www.endhomelessness.org
The National Alliance analyzes policy and develops pragmatic, cost-effective policy solutions. They work collaboratively with the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to build state and local capacity, leading to stronger programs and policies that help communities achieve their goal of ending homelessness. They can provide data and research to policymakers and elected officials in order to inform policy debates and educate the public and opinion leaders nationwide.

National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY)
www.naehcy.org
A national grassroots membership association, NAEHCY serves as the voice and the social conscience for the education of children and youth in homeless situations. NAEHCY connects educators, parents, advocates, researchers, and service providers to ensure school enrollment and attendance, and overall success for children and youth whose lives have been disrupted by the lack of safe, permanent, and adequate housing.

National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE)
www.serve.org/nche
The Center provides research, resources, and information enabling communities to address the educational needs of children and youth experiencing homelessness.

National Network for Youth (NN4Y)
www.nn4youth.org
The National Network for Youth has been serving the youth of America for more than 30 years by championing the needs of runaway, homeless and other disconnected youth. They are a membership organization that provides advocacy, innovation and services.

National Youth Development Information Center (NYDIC)
www.nydic.org
National Youth Development Information Center is a one-stop website for youth workers with interest in any and all of the following areas: funding, programming, research, policy, job and training opportunities. NYDIC also provides current news to the youth development field and has one of the largest online libraries, providing practice-related information at low-cost or no cost. NYDIC provides constant opportunities for practitioners to share knowledge and experience, enabling them to build the best practice in the field of youth development.

Safe Place
www.nationalsafeplace.org
Safe Place provides access to immediate help and supportive resources for all young people in crisis through a network of sites sustained by qualified agencies, trained volunteers and businesses.