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Building Bridges: Connecting Communities to Prevent Child Abuse

Click here to watch the latest video from the Play Your Part Project, and find out how your fellow Lane County residents are getting involved!

  • All kids are entitled to CARE from their guardians - No Matter their culture, sexual orientation, religion, or education.</span>
  • Our Vision of Safe Healthy Kids - Lane County Middle School Banner Project.</span>
  • Our Vision of Safe Healthy Kids - HEALTHY KIDS, HEALTHY WORLD<br>Mohawk Junior High School.</span>
  • Lane County Middle School Banner Project - Our Vision of Safe Healthy Kids<br>Lincoln Middle School.</span>
  • We Can Fight It Lane County - It Starts With you<br>Kelly Middle School.</span>
  • Every Kid Deserves a Bright Tomorrow<br>Willamette Leadership Academy.</span>
  • Our Vision of Safe Healthy Kids - HANDS AROUND THE WORLD.</span>
  • Lane County Middle School Banner Project - FOREVER LOVED.</span>


The Results are in! The Fourth Annual 90by30 Conference and First ever Strengthening Communities Institute were a huge success. Below you will find a final debrief presentation reflecting attendee evaluation data. Also, download your favorite presentations and check out our “Play Your Part” features. Click on the links below to download the files:

Video: Gypsy's Pledge!

Conference / Institue Reports
90by30 Conference PowerPoints
Conference and Institute Evaluation Summary
The 2016 Conference and Institute Debrief
Conference Opening
Judy Langford Keynote
Panel Carmen Urbina
Panel Carol Metzler
Breakout Supporting Families
Breakout School-Based
Strengthening Communities Institute PowerPoints
Institute Opening
Keynote Judy Langford
Breakout Judy Langford
Breakout Prevention Planning
Keynote Elaine Walters
Breakout Concrete Support
Breakout Knowledge of Parenting

Summer in South Lane

What has 90by30 been up to lately? The South Lane community has kicked off prevention planning, holding several meetings to review and eventually select the strategies to be implemented in the region. Two meetings were held this month at the Cottage Grove Community Center, and Rural Outreach Coordinator Rose Wilde came back to the office with a wall full of great data.