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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

It really made me step back and examine a lot of different things in my own parenting.
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.
It was a good and fun experience.
I liked hearing the different views of other parents.
I deal with stress in different manners now.
I liked the other parents' shared experiences and discussing effective tools.
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 use the skills I learned in group to help me when it gets hard.
I added more things for togetherness in bedtime routine. We talk about how great or not great or day was.
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 now take the time to gather my thoughts before disciplining.
I am learning to be more centered on helping my child learn rather than disciplining to punish. ~Mom of a 3 year old