Rosie Bareis
Community Campus

Bend, Oregon
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Community Meeting Room

Located at 1010 NW 14th Street, this meeting room is available to rent for nonprofits and other community groups. The ​meeting room can accommodate up to 50 guests, however parking is limited.

Certain restrictions apply, please contact ​Ciaran Jones at 541-388-3101 for further details and availability.

Campus Partners

CASA of Central Oregon

Recruits, trains and supports volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system. Volunteers work within the courts in collaboration with key agencies, legal counsel, and community resources to ensure foster children transition into safe, permanent homes.

Healthy Beginnings

Provides free early childhood health and developmental screenings to ensure children entering kindergarten are healthy, prepared to succeed. Services include physical, developmental, behavioral screenings, referrals, and follow-up case management for children ages birth to 5 years.

Community Solutions

Serves the communities of Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties in Central Oregon. Helps people have difficult conversations by providing a variety of comprehensive mediation, facilitation, and education programs designed to improve communications during life's more difficult moments.

KIDS Center

Provides evaluation, treatment, and prevention services for children when there is a concern for child abuse. KIDS Center offers services in a friendly setting designed to help children begin their healing.

Deschutes Children's Foundation

Deschutes Children’s Foundation provides the space and support where nonprofits succeed at helping children and families. While all DCF locations have a Facility Manager on site, our administrative team is located at Rosie Bareis Community Campus.

NeighborImpact Early HeadStart

Early Head Start is a home-based program integrating high-quality early education with other critical services such as health services (medical visits; hearing, vision and dental checks); meals and nutrition; family advocacy; and parent support/parenting education.