Join us at Reach Out Oregon for a lively discussion on sending youth “back to school” on Friday, September 4th. Click here to register for our Reach Out Oregon event.      

Emotional regulation skills help children with ADHD tame meltdowns, outbursts, and other negative behaviors. Here, learn how parents can become emotional role models to their children and help create supportive environments. We found this article about teaching emotional regulation skills to children with ADHD to be very helpful. Click here to read more (attitudemag.com, external link) .  

Unique Support For Unique Individuals OFSN provides 1:1 family peer support We offer a strengths-based, family-driven model of support. By focusing on strengths and values of each individual, our work is guided by implementing strategies as unique as each family. OFSN ensures that families have increased opportunities to make decisions for their child, regardless of the systems that they are involved in. OFSN staff members are primarily family members with lived experience We are caregivers; biological, adoptive and foster parents, grandparents, family members, friends and advocates; who have experience raising youth experiencing mental, behavioral, or other significant health challenges. Having livedClick to Read More

Here’s how you can get involved   Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week (May 3-9, 2020) is coming soon.   Here are some of the ways you can participate, learn and be Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week (May 3-9, 2020) is coming soon.   Here are some of the ways you can participate, learn and be involved.   Here are some of the ways you can participate, learn and be involved.   Here are some of the ways you can participate, learn and be involved.   Here are some of the ways you can participate, learn and be involved.   Here are some of the ways youClick to Read More