Partnerships

Through collaboration, the Oregon Network of Child Abuse Intervention Centers works toward improving services on a statewide basis for children for whom there are concerns of abuse. The Network helps build the capacity of local communities to provide the best possible care for children and increases resources for child abuse intervention.

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The Network works in close partnership with state agencies, such as the Oregon Department of Human Services, Oregon Department of Justice, and the Child Abuse Multidisciplinary Intervention (CAMI). Additionally we work closely with Regional and National Organizations who provide training and assistance to individual Child Abuse Intervention Centers throughout the state.

The Network is particularly grateful for the support of The National Children's Alliance, and Western Regional Children's Advocacy Center for their ongoing support of our Network, our centers, and multidisciplinary teams throughout the state.  

The Network also thanks The Ford Family Foundation and Meyer Memorial Trust for supporting our efforts to provide training and technical assistance to Child Abuse Intervention Centers throughout Oregon.  We would also like to recognize the ongoing contributions of the Department of Justice Crime Victims Services Division, Oregon Department of Human Services, and Criminal Justice Act Task Force for their support and partnership in addressing child abuse concerns throughout Oregon.

Funding

As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the work of the Oregon Network of Child Abuse Intervention Centers depends on gifts from individual and corporate donors and grants from local foundations, national and regional organizations, and state agencies.

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