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Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect

Darkness to Light's evidence-informed training on preventing, recognizing, and reacting responsibly to child sexual abuse. This training is intended for educators but is broad enough for parents and caregivers, faith […]


Umpqua Valley Land Celebration

In partnership with First Indigenous Nations Society (FINS), UC-VEG, Eastwood Elementary, and Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, Thrive Umpqua invites you to a celebration of community, land, […]


Talking With Children About Safety

Talking about personal safety and sex creates a protective bond between parent and child, increases confidence for both, and instills knowledge that makes children and teens much less vulnerable. Having […]


Open ACEs Training

For anyone interested in taking (or repeating) an ACEs training in the NEAR curriculum, we have open trainings coming up in January and February. ACEs stands for the Adverse Childhood […]


Healthy Start Client Virtual Baby Shower

Healthy Start Clients! Talk to your Healthy Start caseworker about this great event! Celebrate our new and expecting Healthy Start parents with games, prizes and helpful information!


Bystanders Protecting Children from Boundary Violations

In this training you will learn how to be an active bystander in child sexual abuse prevention and response. You will receive examples of boundary violations and inappropriate behaviors, and […]


Healthy Touch for Children and Youth

Knowing about child sexual abuse makes us more mindful about how we interact with children. Healthy affection and touch is protective from child sexual abuse especially with parents, caregivers, and […]


“Nutrition in the Womb” Virtual Book Club

Thrive Umpqua and Douglas County OSU Extension Service have teamed up with the OHSU Bob and Charlee Moore Institute for Nutrition & Wellness for a virtual community book club. We […]