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Fall Harvest Faire for FNC Families!

Sunday October 27th from 11:00 am-2:00 pm at Hanley Farm in Central Point

Join the Family Nurturing Center and our Farm and Food Program as we celebrate the fall weather with a Harvest Faire for our client families at Hanley Farm! The event is free to clients, food will be provided, and all activities are family friendly! No RSVP required – we hope to see you there!

  • Wood-Fired Pizza Lunch
  • Festive Art Activities
  • Pick your own Pumpkin
  • Face Painting
  • Fresh Cider Press
  • Bean Bag Toss
  • Corn Maze
  • Family Friendly Event

Looking For Help?

We are here for you! The Family Nurturing Center supports and respects families in times of need, and we wrap an array of services around the family unit to decrease family stress. To connect with us for free services, please complete the Referral Form, or call our office at 541-779-5242! Community partners may also refer a family by completing our Community Partner Referral Form.

Services include: In-Home Parenting Support, Therapeutic Classrooms, Respite, Mental Health services for Children, Parent Education, Kindergarten Readiness, Family Needs and Stability Support, Farm & Food Programs, and more!

Our Mission: Strengthening families so that children can live safely and develop fully in their parents’ care.

How You Can Help

You can become part of preventing child abuse and neglect. Your gift, large or small, makes a real difference. We welcome your donations of diapers, gently used children’s clothing and other items.

We also offer volunteer opportunities for you to help in a variety of ways. Click here for our volunteer application!

Find out more

In 2017, 872 Jackson County children and 301 Josephine County children were victims of child abuse or neglect

The Family Nurturing Center is an innovative and proactive response to this crisis. By wrapping an array of services around high-risk families with children birth to five years, we are keeping children safe and families together.

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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The Family Nurturing Center participates in the USDA Child Nutrition Program – This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Click here to read the full statement

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