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The Social Services Department, Programs I, is made up of six Programs that relate to Human Services.

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Anita Bailor, Programs 1 Manager,  541-444-8220

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Siletz Home Visiting Program »

Tribal Maternal, Infant, & Early Childhood Home Visiting Program

Naytlh - 'a     "We Carry the Children"

 

Our home visiting program provides parenting and life skills for successful and positive parenting. We serve native families that are either expecting or have infants under the age of twelve months, continuing through to the child's third birthday. We travel throughout the 11 county areas of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. The Model and Curriculum we provide is called Family Spirit and was developed by the John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health. We are funded by the Tribal Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (TMIECHV).

Family Spirit is evidence based and culturally sensitive to native families. Parents gain knowledge and skills for their developing infant through 36 months of age. We also focus on goals and healthy living for parents as a support system for the family as a whole. The program consists of 63 lessons over a 39 month period and is divided into six modules.

The modules are broken into these categories:

  • Prenatal care (9 lessons);
  • Infant care (16 lessons);
  • Your growing child (11 lessons);
  • Toddler care (9 lessons);
  • My family and me (6 lessons;
  • And healthy living (12 lessons)
While this may seem like a big commitment, the lessons vary from 30 minutes to 90 minutes and some can be combined together as we work with your schedule. Family Spirit suggests we deliver at least 32 lessons to our families in order for them to benefit from the evidence based curriculum. For the full benefits of the program we would like to provide all 63 to our families. As a thank you for participating in our program we offer some incentives which we will be happy to share with you upon being enrolled in our program. 

During your participation if you feel like the visits are too frequent, we can adjust the home visits to accommodate your schedule while still keeping the programs timeline in mind. We are a voluntary program that delivers home visits in the comfort of the homes of our families. If you would like to get more information and or meet our home visiting staff, we would love to schedule a home visit to give you a full overview of the program.

Contact Information

201 SE Swan Avenue, Siletz, Oregon (covering Siletz and the coastal range)
Danelle Smith
Home Visitor
(541)-444-9603 or (541) 270-1027
 
2468 11th Ave., Eugene, Oregon (covering the Willamette Valley area)
Jessica Phillips
Program Director, Home Visitor
(541) 484-4234 or (541) 222-9503201
 
3160 Blossom Drive NE Ste. 105, Salem, Oregon (Covering Salem, Portland, and surrounding area)
Lori Christy
Home Visitor
(503) 390-9494 or (541) 272-2241

 

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