Below is a list of Special Olympics Oregon Local Programs. If you're interested in being a coach, unified partner or part of the local program team, select the county where you want to participate, and contact them to move forward!
A Local Program (LP) consists of a local group of children and adults with intellectual disabilities who wish to train and compete in Special Olympics and a Local Program Coordinator (LPC) willing to organize safe, quality training for these athletes. The LPC oversees all aspects of the LP including training, competition, fundraising, public relations, family involvement, financial responsibilities, and administration. They receive all mailings, phone calls and paper work for the LP and are responsible for distributing and communicating all pertinent information to their Local Program Team (LPT), head coaches, assistant coaches and family members as appropriate. An LPC agrees to uphold the philosophy, principles and policies of Special Olympics Oregon for the benefit of the athletes. To learn more, select the county below.
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