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Children First for Oregon is pleased to announce that we are the designated beneficiary for Deschutes Brewery‘s Community Pints this February! Join us on Tuesdays in February (February 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th) to support Children First as you sip tasty beer!...

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Executive Director Position Description The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Children First for Oregon (CFFO). The Executive Director reports to a Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission....

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3 days ago
Thank you Rep Lewis for elevating Child Abuse Prevention Month in your newsletter this April. We are committed to working with our partners to protect Oregon's most vulnerable children. #ChildAbusePreventionMonth https://t.co/pskDPIQTSL ChildrenFirstOR photo
4 days ago
We're thrilled to see SB 1008 passed by the Senate today. Research shows that young people have a great ability to grow & change and that treatment and education programs, not prisons, are the best way to help youth make better choices. #orpol #orleg https://t.co/3QAek4vJqB ChildrenFirstOR photo
1 week ago
Oregon lawmakers questioned Child Welfare officials in a hearing Thursday. Whitney Rodgers, a foster youth, described the treatment she received in the foster care system.
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1 week ago
We support the Student Success Act because all students - whether black, brown, or white --- deserve an opportunity to thrive. #YesonStudentSuccess #orleg #RedforEd https://t.co/51NcAXjLxG ChildrenFirstOR photo
1 week ago
It's time to end 30 years of disinvesting in Oregon students. The Student Success Act dedicates an unprecedented $2 billion in new funding to Oregon classrooms - it's time to invest! #YesonStudentSuccess #orleg #RedForEd https://t.co/lKuaYBCjCi ChildrenFirstOR photo
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The top six tobacco companies made over $35 billion dollars in 2018. In the same year, the CDC estimates that tobacco costs Oregonians $1.5 billion in health care costs alone. It’s time to take a stand against big tobacco. #SmokefreeOregon #Dontbefooled https://t.co/Re81O4nutQ ChildrenFirstOR photo