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involving child sexual abuse, please call or email us. We're here to help.

OUR MISSION

We are dedicated to keeping children & teens safe from sexual abuse and helping survivors heal through:

     •  Education
     •  Prevention training
     •  Survivor support

Restore Hope, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

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PAM CONGDON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Pam@RestoreTheirHope.com     503-667-1189

 

ERIC JONES, PRESIDENT

SURVIVOR SUPPORT DIRECTOR

Eric@RestoreTheirHope.com

 

P.O. Box 56, Fairview, OR  97024

 

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RESTORE HOPE is dedicated to keeping children and teens safe from sexual abuse

and helping survivors heal through education, prevention training, and survivor support.

Watch the videos below to find out more about the issues surrounding child sexual abuse.

Svava Brooks   

SURVIVOR & TRAUMA RECOVERY COACH

Abuse can affect families for generations. Svava and her daughter tell their story and offer hope to other survivors.

svavabrooks.com

Peter Janci    

ATTORNEY, CREW JANCI LAW FIRM

Peter has valuable insights about abuse prevention at your organization and explains why survivors file lawsuits.

crewjanci.com

April is National Child Abuse Prevention month

Since 1983, April has been a time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities working together to prevent child abuse. The blue pinwheel is the national symbol that reminds us of the epidemic that plagues our communities.

 

In Oregon alone we find more than 10,000 children suffer child abuse and neglect each year. That number is the equivalent of 170 school buses full of children. That’s 170 buses too many.

 

In recognition of the collaboration needed to help prevent child abuse, we invite you read more about what steps we can all take to prevent and reduce child abuse and neglect.

 

We look forward to forming partnerships with friends and other agencies that work toward the same goal.

Learn how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse

Stewards of Children®

 

A TRAINING WORKSHOP FEATURING:

•  a video with survivor stories

•  expert professional advice

•  a facilitator-led discussion on practical steps

to keep children/teens safe

 

AN INVALUABLE RESOURCE FOR:

parents    day care centers    sports groups 

after-school programs  •  children’s clubs  

schools  church groups 

Click here for more information

or to schedule a training for your organization

5 steps to protecting our children

Simple and practical actions you can take to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to sexual abuse.

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1

LEARN

THE FACTS

1 in 10 children are sexually abused.

Over 90% of them know their abuser.

2

MINIMIZE

OPPORTUNITY

Eliminate or reduce isolated, one-on-one situations to decrease risk for abuse.

3

TALK

ABOUT IT

Have open conversations with children about our bodies, sex, and boundaries.

4

RECOGNIZE

THE SIGNS

Know the signs of abuse to protect children from further harm.

5

REACT

RESPONSIBLY

Understand how to respond to risky behaviors and suspicions or reports of sexual abuse.

Download a free printable flyer on keeping kids safe  •  Information courtesy of Darkness to LIght   •   www.D2L.org

You can help prevent

teen and child

sexual abuse

by supporting local 

prevention training 

workshops

 

Free information to print or share

How to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse

Signs of child sexual abuse

SIGNS OF ABUSE

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