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Join us weekly for a Family Led Discussion!

Join us weekly for a Family Led Discussion!

Join the Reach Out Oregon team for weekly family-led discussions for caregivers. Meetings are from 4-4:30 pm PST each Friday on zoom! Register here to receive the zoom link.  Brought to you by Oregon Family Support Network Thank you for supporting Reach Out Oregon!
KEZI interviews with OFSN and Reach Out Oregon about Teens and COVID-19

KEZI interviews with OFSN and Reach Out Oregon about Teens and COVID-19

COVID-19 has sent young people into a spiral of emotions, and who can blame them? After nearly two years (yes, two- can you believe it?) in a COVID world, we are seeing the effects of in-person, hybrid, or online schooling in our teens. One of our very own, Brooke Doster, sat down with KEZI to talk about how we can help our teens through something this traumatic. Brooke talked about the work being done here at Reach Out Oregon and Oregon Family Support Network and how we can help parents, in turn, help their kids and teens through the current behavioral and mental health crisis.
Join Us for a Back to School Connection and Discussion 8/28!

Join Us for a Back to School Connection and Discussion 8/28!

Back to School Connection and Discussion September 28, 2021, from 6-7pm Connect with other parents to share about back-to-school planning, successes, and concerns. Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsce2vrTwrH9PxAEi5htSucc5dUc76bnbJ
A Time for Families: Hosted by OHA

A Time for Families: Hosted by OHA

Supporting our kids with mental health or addiction challenges can be a hard and painful road, and our search for treatment can feel like a dead end. In a new weekly drop-in discussion hour,  families can now consult with OHA Child and Family Behavioral Health representatives. Parents and family members can present their questions and concerns about services for children and young people who experience mental health or addiction concerns. It is also an opportunity for a discussion about suggestions for OHA to support youth, young adults and their families getting the right service at the right time for the duration needed. The calls are  hosted by the Director of Child and Family Behavioral Health, Chelsea Holcomb, and the Family Partnership Specialist, Frances Purdy. Representatives from Reach Out Oregon are also there to follow-up with specific immediate concerns.
Reach Out Oregon will be closed for Labor Day (09/06)

Reach Out Oregon will be closed for Labor Day (09/06)

Reach Out Oregon will be closed Monday, September 6th for Labor Day. If you are in need of support during this time, Lines for Life offers a support line and will be open during Labor Day. Reach Lines for Life at 800-273-8255. If you are in crisis please dial 911. We hope you have a great holiday weekend!
Introducing our new texting feature!

Introducing our new texting feature!

Reach Out Oregon is excited to share we have added a new texting feature. Find support using our phone number (1-833-732-2467) by call or text!
Back-to-School in COVID-19

Back-to-School in COVID-19

Although we expected this back-to-school time to look somewhat normal, the Delta variant has created a lot of complications for our children. Emerson hospital has published some tips to help your kids, K-12, return to the classroom. and understand how can we make back-to-school as easy as possible with COVID-19.
Don’t quite know where to start to get my daughter some help
@farmwife I have a 16 yr old daughter, who is very bright and always been hyper aware of details, observations, about people, places, characters and deep meaning in movies that typical ...
I’m working and trying to keep my kids in online school!! It’s exhausting!!
@a1advocate I've been working from home, and trying to keep my wits about it all! I mean, my employer is pretty supportive about my need to be flexible But at the end of the day, I'm ...
When your kid flips their lid, how do you keep from flipping yours?
@isaiahperez My son today had a rough day He lives with autism and was having difficulty using a youtube video to help him with his minecraft building He became inconsolable and was ...

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