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Lauren helps support families and works with our partners to prepare information for assessments. Her work is vital to what we do at Children's Center, and we feel very lucky to have her as Family Support & Intake Specialist! She joined our team in March. Tell me about your role at Children’s Center. What does a...

Deisy is the first face families see and the first voice you'll hear if you call Children's Center. As the Clinical Support Coordinator, Deisy helps children and families feel welcome and supported at Children's Center. Deisy joined our team in March, and we feel so fortunate to have her here at Children's Center! Get to...

Children’s Center of Clackamas County is a place where children and families come to begin their healing journey from abuse and neglect. It’s also a wonderful place to work. On Thursday, Oct. 5, 2018, Children’s Center was named Oregon's top medium-sized (20-49 employees) nonprofit to work for at the "100 Best Nonprofits to work for...

Nearly 400 friends gathered at the Embassy Suites Washington Square on Friday, September 14, to support the vital work of ending child abuse and neglect at the Children’s Center’s Seventh Annual Healing Garden Gala. Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of attendees, Children’s Center raised more than $423,000 to help serve kids and families recovering from abuse....

Parents of a certain age will recall the old saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.” Many of us were taught to say that when others spoke to us unkindly. But name-calling by parents may do as much harm to children’s minds as any physical object might do...

In recent months, widespread public attention has been devoted to the separation of families who are attempting to immigrate to the United States. While there is understandable confusion about the federal policies and practices resulting in these separations, a considerable body of evidence points to the serious, long-term consequences of removing children from the custody...