Why Join

Along with a host of benefits, your membership helps ORIMHA in its mission to serve the families of Oregon and shows your commitment to being a champion of infant mental health in our state. There are five membership categories, student, family, professional, organization up to 50 members, and organization up to 100 members.  

Why Join ORIMHA?

ORIMHA: Focused On Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health across Oregon

We are the only organization in Oregon that focuses on the health and well-being of infants and toddlers and their families in thriving communities from an early childhood cross-sector, multidisciplinary professional perspective.

ORIMHA Is Multidisciplinary/Cross-Sector: All professionals working with or on behalf of infants and toddlers are encouraged to join

We welcome and serve all early childhood professionals and families. 

This includes:

  • child care providers

  • early intervention staff

  • home visitors

  • community health nurses

  • doulas

  • NICU staff

  • physicians and other pediatric professionals

  • Early Head Start staff

  • child welfare workers

  • infant massage providers

  • mental health therapists

  • relief nursery staff

  • occupational, speech, and physical therapists

  • parent educators

  • policymakers

  • researchers

  • judicial and law enforcement

  • early childhood advocates

  • parents


ORIMHA Membership Has Benefits

  • E-mail announcements of important early childhood resources, topics, and policies 

  • Networking opportunities

  • Access to password-protected members' area of this website that includes job listings, calendar of events, and resources

  • Knowing that your support promotes advocacy for infants, toddlers, young children and their families in communities across the state

  • Organization memberships are listed on the ORIMHA website with a link to your agency's webpage