Child abuse is a complex issue that cuts across race, class, culture and geography, therefore prevention must be addressed at every level and angle possible. We’ve collected the following resources to support our partners as they develop strategies to lift up prevention across the state.
Research & Policy:
- Oregon Secretary of State Audit – Oregon Can More Effectively Use Family Services to Limit Foster Care and Keep Children Safely at Home (2020)
- CDC Vital Signs – Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) 2019
- Families First Act Tool Kit- Annie E. Casey Foundation (2019)
- Adverse Childhood Experiences Study: How are Findings Being Applied in Oregon?
- Strengthening Oregon Families: Advancing Knowledge to Prevent Child Abuse & Neglect (2014)
- Preserving Childhood:Oregon’s Leading Efforts to Prevent Child Abuse & Strengthen Families (2013)
- 2019 Oregon Child Welfare Data Book
- Oregon By the Numbers: Key Measures for Oregon and it’s counties
- 2017 Child Welfare Data Book
- 2017 US Child Maltreatment
- Understanding Child Maltreatment (2013)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: