Children's Crisis Relief Nursery
Stable Families, Healthy Children
We invite you to be a part of the solution.
Child Abuse & Neglect
Engaged Communities. Help us change lives.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Join the Family Nurturing Center, CASA, and Children’s Advocacy Center in making our community a safe place for children and help children heal from abuse and neglect
Looking For Help?
To connect with the Family Nurturing Center, please complete the FNC Referral Form, or call the office at 541-779-5242 to complete the referral by phone.
Diapers and Children’s Clothing: Families can access clothing closet and receive a pack of diapers monthly. Stop in at either Medford or Grants Pass location to access services.
Relief Nursery and FNC Home Visitation: Call FNC office at 541-779-5242, email [email protected], or stop by the office 212 N. Oakdale Ave., Medford or 411 NW ‘E’ St., Grants Pass
Healthy Families Home Visitation: Siskiyou Community Health 541-500-8407 Home Visitation for prenatal through 3 monthsFind out more
How You Can Help
You can become part of preventing child abuse and neglect. Your gift, large or small, makes a real difference.
We also offer volunteer opportunities for you to help in a variety of ways. Click here for our volunteer application!
We welcome your donations of diapers, gently used children’s clothing and items.
In 2016, 954 Jackson County children and 339 Josephine County children were victims of child abuse and/or neglect
The Family Nurturing Center, one of 23 Relief Nurseries in Oregon, is an innovative and positive response to this crisis. By wrapping an array of services around high-risk families with children birth to five years, the Family Nurturing Center is keeping children safe and families together. Relief Nursery families are succeeding.
Documented outcomes show:
- Increased family protective factors, and decreased family risk factors
- Reduced time children spend in foster care
- Increased positive parent-child interaction
- Increased participant employment rates
- And most significantly — 99 percent of families have no further involvement in child welfare
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