CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Active Parenting - 5 week series
Summer/Fall of 2020 at Families First
This series provides parents with a proven effective approach and skills to achieve a fuller, more satisfying and harmonious family life....and helps children achieve greater happiness and success. You'll learn 7 Strategies for School Success, along with positive discipline and communication techniques to help your family run more smoothly!
FREE Dinner is from 5:00 - 5:30 and class is from 5:30 - 8:00.
Call 541-575-1006 to register or for child care options.
Working with Families Living in Poverty
Poverty is a complex issue. Its solutions come from individuals–like you–who are willing to learn, understand and work together. See Poverty...Be the Difference is designed to inform, inspire, and motivate you to make a difference for children and families from poverty backgrounds. It will provide some tools and activities for educating, communicating, and working more effectively with people of all ages who live in poverty and hopefully inspire you to want to learn and do more! Contact us for registration information.
Trauma Informed Care
Trauma is a wound. Typically trauma refers to either a physical injury, such as a broken bone, or an emotional state of profound and prolonged distress in response to an overwhelmingly terrifying or unstable experience. Some trauma, like wounds, heal relatively quickly, some heal slowly, and many influence life going forward, like scars. Scars and trauma do not result in defects or deficiencies; rather they are markers of life experience one has survived.
Traumatic experiences are events that threaten or violate one’s safety, health, and integrity. Traumatic experiences may be directly experienced or witnessed. They may be primarily physical experiences, as with physical assaults and sexual abuse, or primarily emotional experiences, as with verbal abuse. Traumatic experiences may result in the emotional experience of traumatic stress, but not necessarily.
Family Fun Day/Grant County Health Fair (CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19)
June 13th, 2020 at Grant County Fair Grounds
WE ARE COMBING THESE POPULAR EVENTS FOR THE FIRST TIME! This annual family friendly event offers affordable fun for the whole family! Gleason Pool will also still be open at no charge from 10-2, Hamburgers and Hot Dogs are $1 and wrist bands for the giant inflatables are $5 each or $20 for a family. We will have a bike helmet exchange and FREE snocones! The Grant County Health Fair has booths that promote health awareness, early detection, and prevention activities. There will be a fasting blood draw to assess your basic health and the American Red Cross will be here if you would like to donate blood.
IF WE ARE ABLE TO RESCHEDULE THIS EVENT WE WILL LET YOU KNOW!