Call Us 503-655-7725
By providing medical examinations and forensic interviews, we support Clackamas County children and families experiencing suspected physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect, including drug endangerment and witness to violence.
Our team of professionals has assembled a wide variety of resources for supportive and caring adults. Physicians, nurse practitioners, forensic interviewers, mental health providers, and educators are also available to provide presentations, training, and consultations to interested partners in Clackamas County.
Children’s Center is a private, non-profit child abuse intervention center accredited by the National Children’s Alliance. Children are referred to us by law enforcement agencies, child protective workers, parents, teachers, health care providers, and others concerned for their welfare.
There are many ways to help ensure that suspected victims of abuse receive the compassion and care they need. As a supporter, your impact is key to spreading the prevention message. Thank you for believing that all children deserve to be safe, healthy, and happy.
Showing all 4 results
Book: After Sherman sees something terrible happen, he becomes anxious and angry, but when a counselor helps him talk about these emotions, he feels much better.
Libro: El nino puede reconocer tales sentimientos y tomar la decision de buscar maneras internas asi como externas de hacer frente al problema; encuenctra maneras de cuidarse y busca ayuda fuera de su casa.
Book: This well-told, very short story gives parents and teachers an occasion to talk with young children about communication, personal safety, and the difference between a bad mood and abuse.
“When Daddy Hit Mommy (Kids Have Trouble Too)” examines the issue of living in an abusive home.