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Important Update!

By Lincoln County 05/14/14

Oregon's abuse reporting hotline for children and adults, (855) 503-SAFE [855-503-7233], is up and running; providing callers with the ability to report suspected child abuse, elder abuse, abuse of people with physical or developmental disabilities, and abuse of people with mental illness or those experiencing a mental health crisis. Let's work together to keep our communities safe!

Upcoming Events

Jul. 31, 2014

Movies in the Park: Jaws

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 1, 2014

River's Edge Summer Concert Series: Sheet to Thrill

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 3, 2014

2014 Mel Brown Summer Jazz Workshop

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 7, 2014

Vision screening for children ages 3-7

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 7, 2014

Movies in the Park: The Lego Movie

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 8, 2014

River's Edge Summer Series Concert: The Ted Vaughn Blues Band

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 14, 2014

Movies in the Park: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

(Located in Polk County)

Aug. 15, 2014

River's Edge Summer Series Concert: Industrialized Country

(Located in Polk County)


What Others are Saying

It really made me step back and examine a lot of different things in my own parenting.
I liked getting different experiences from other people and using the concepts in my everyday life.
I liked it a lot, hearing from other moms is good.
I am learning to be more centered on helping my child learn rather than disciplining to punish. ~Mom of a 3 year old
Easy schedules and easy conversations and activities.
It got me thinking of what to expect as my 9 year old becomes a teenager. This early preparation is a HUGE help and resource.
I like everything about the class it was fun and very helpful.
The environment was always positive.
I deal with stress in different manners now.
I liked the support and adult time. Also, I have been held more accountable for my own actions and it has made her (2 year old daughter) become more patient with me as I am more patient with her.
I liked everything; from acting out role plays to talking with others. It impacted my daughter a lot, now she is playing and learning a lot.
I now use more effective tools when dealing with my son.