Rogue Valley's

Children's Crisis Relief Nursery

 

Stable Families, Healthy Children

We invite you to be a part of the solution.

 

Preventing

Child Abuse & Neglect

 

Thriving Children

Engaged Communities. Help us change lives.

 

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Gamble for Good!  Join us June 25th for a Poker Tournament to benefit The Family Nurturing Center!

June 25 - Family Nurturing Center

Email Damien Rennie for tickets and info at DAMIEN.RENNIE@SKYOAK.COM

 

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 info@famillynurturingcenter.org, 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

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How You Can Help

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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.

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In 2015, 801 Jackson County children and 322 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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