Southern Oregon Regional Center

In 1997, the Oregon Legislature passed Senate Bill 273 to develop a statewide system of regional assessment centers to assure that every suspected child abuse victim in the state has access to a complete medical assessment. The three Counties we serve: Jackson, Josephine, & Douglas

Services We Provide To The Southern Oregon Region


Technical Assistance:

Interviewing And Investigation:

Specialized Trainings:

Please note: The trainings listed below are specialized and intended for those working in the field of Child Maltreatment.

Ongoing: “Medical Peer Review”

Location: Children’s Advocacy Center or at your own computer
When: We participate in the Medical Peer Review that is facilitated by the Midwest Children’s Advocacy Center and welcome other Medical providers to join us in this process.

Ongoing: “Peer Review”

Location: Children’s Advocacy Center
When: Every Thursday 7:00 am-8:00 am.
Open to LEA and DHS field workers doing abuse interviews. Must currently be involved with investigations and interviews. Other Counties are encouraged and welcome to attend.

“Regional Peer Review”

Location: Children’s Advocacy Center
Consultation and review for LEA and DHS field workers doing abuse interviews. Must currently be doing interviews and investigations.

“Forensic Interviewing”

The Oregon Network of Child Abuse Intervention Centers and the Department of Justice in partnership with the Regional Training Centers are now providing Oregon Forensic Interviewing Guidelines training as a standardized training. Our training staff provides training that will complement and enhance the skills learned in the OCFIT training provided to all forensic interviewers in Oregon. These trainings can be customized depending on your team’s needs.
Some of these training topics include but are not limited to the following:
1) Child Development
2) Interviewing a child with special needs
3) Issues with memory
4) interviewing very young children
5) Considerations for secondary interviews.