Child Abuse Prevention

 

Research has shown that child abuse and neglect can result in short term and long term physical, psychological and behavioral consequences for children. The extent of the impact varies widely and is affected by multiple factors, such as the child’s age at time of the abuse, type of maltreatment, and frequency and severity of maltreatment. High quality, evidence-based services that focus on building protective factors can increase resilience in children and families in the short term and contribute to improved well-being and positive longer term outcomes for children. (Portland Children’s Levy)

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Child Abuse Prevention Training for Oregon Schools

 This training is designed to meet the requirements of Senate Bill 379: Child Abuse Identification, Prevention and Reporting and is available for all ESD and SD employees in the state of Oregon.  It is also designed to be accessible to all parents.

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