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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

Jan. 2, 2017

Library Storytimes

(Located in Polk County)


What Others are Saying

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.
The way class was taught "I understood"
It was a good and fun experience.
Learning to communicate with my child was the most helpful. I'm more patient and I talk to my child more.
I wish I had this class when my kids were younger. I liked everything!
Attending the group as one of the best things I've ever done and I enjoyed it. I wish it wasn't over already.
I added more things for togetherness in bedtime routine. We talk about how great or not great or day was.
I now pay more attention to my children and when they talk. They see I am more interested in them.
I liked understanding what my goals are for me and my child. I liked learning different strategies with the toolbox. I have become more positive and I'm really trying to understand my daughter.
I can get on the same level with my children now.
Everyone was involved and working together.
I liked the spread of six weeks to focus and reflect week by week.