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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
During CAP Month 2021, Liberty House is hosting the Adults Learning to Keep Children Safe Prevention Education Series! It's all free and you get to help keep your community safer from child abuse.
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Liberty House invites you to explore www.iRespectandProtect.com
The mission is to support the lives of youth, families, and communities by fostering positive self-worth, promoting healthy online choices, and supporting safe relationships. iRespect&Protect is a fantastic resource for parents, teens, organizations, and kids. The content was created or approved by Liberty House staff, and we are excited to see it grow as a resource in our community as more organizations contribute!
Due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in Oregon and to ensure staff, clients, and supporters stay safe, we are putting a hold on receiving in-kind donations until after February. We still need snacks, cleaning supplies, and other items on our wish list, so please hold onto those donations until we're able to receive them safely afterwards. Thank you!
We care about your safety!
Read how Liberty House is responding to the Covid-19 pandemic in order to protect our employees, slow the spread in our community, and continue to serve the children and families facing concerns of abuse in Marion & Polk counties.
Liberty House provides Trauma-Informed Services for all clients and families.
For more information click here.
Liberty House has launched, “Change hurt into HOPE,” a sustaining giving campaign. Your monthly gift of $25.00 or more will help us to provide critical services for children referred for concerns of abuse or neglect. We invite you to become part of our special group of sustaining donors today!
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You can help Liberty House earn donations
just by shopping with your
Fred Meyer Rewards Card!
Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. Here’s how the program works:
Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Liberty House at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You can search for us by our name or by our non-profit number 84823. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping Liberty House earn a donation!
Congratulations to the Liberty House staff for achieving over 90% participation in Darkness to Light's Stewards of Children® Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training!
If your company would like to become and offical Partner in Prevention, contact Kelley via email or 971-599-5876.
See the Difference!
Pathways to Healing, Hope and Joy
All members of our community play vital roles in meeting the needs of children. Learn how Liberty House is bringing the community together to give children the support they need.
Become a Partner in Prevention
The number of child abuse cases in our community is staggering, but there is a way to make that number go down! Take the Stewards of Children training. Schedule a training at your organization. Become an official Partner in Prevention by training 90% or more of your organization's staff. Together, we can end child abuse.
Change hurt into HOPE
YOU are part of the solution. Learn More. Get involved.
Every day tired and hurt "butterflies" land on the doorstep of Liberty House. At Liberty House we provide a place for those butterflies to rest their wings.
Children’s appreciation for how Liberty House works.
Healing is Possible
Learn more about Liberty House’s plans to develop follow-up services for children referred for concerns of abuse or neglect.
What Difference Does Liberty House Make to a Child?
Wonder what difference Liberty House makes to a child? Here is a brief glimpse...please watch and share.
A Courageous Mom and Daughter
Interested in learning about what we do at Liberty House? Check out this video of a courageous girl and her mom describing their experience at Liberty House.