04/18/2013 - Pool Safety Saves Lives - Free Materials to Keep Your Pool Safe This Summer - Poolsafety.gov provides essential safety tips for safety professionals or pool owners at no charge. Whether you have a portable pool, built in pool or spa this website has family friendly education tools that may help safe a life. Have a fun, safe summer around the pool.
04/18/2013 - Special Buy One – Get One Free Coupon Good for Entry into the North Clackamas Aquatic Park. The coupon is valid from April 19 through May 26 - Clackamas County Public Health in collaboration with North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is offering a special buy one – get one free coupon good for entry into the North Clackamas Aquatic Park. The coupon is valid from April 19 through May 26, 2013. Coupon is attached or you can access via www.clackamas.us/publichealth/
03/01/2013 - Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine - Free Clinic Now Accepting New Patients - The Founders Clinic cares for the medically uninsured in Clackamas County. The free clinic provides medical care and wellness education and is staffed by volunteer medical professionals to serve county residents without access to health care. See attached flyer for eligibilty information. Call 503-722-4400 to schedule a screening appointment.
02/06/2013 - Safe Kids Oregon Encourages You to Recycle ~ Car Seats, Strollers Cribs and Other Big Items - Safe Kids Oregon Encourages Parents to Recycle ~ Car Seats, Strollers Cribs and Other Big Items. Some baby gear is considered unsafe to pass down. In many cases, safety experts do not recommend re-using car seats and older cribs or those with drop sides (which are no longer considered safe). Most thrift stores and charities will not accept these items because they have no way of knowing if they have been in a crash or otherwise damaged. There are several locations near Clackamas where you may drop off recyclable items. See attacted flyer for additional information.
07/26/2012 - Clackamas County Transportation Safety Action Plan Now Available - The Clackamas County Transportation Safety Action Plan (TSAP) is one of the first plans to be completed for an Oregon County. This plan outlines a strategy for the County to build and implement a County-wide Safety Culture. Its ultimate goal is to reduce transportation-related fatalities and serious injuries by 50% over the next ten years. In order to create this culture and effectively meet the goal, the TSAP employs a 5E’s approach, with action items related to engineering, education, enforcement, emergency medical services, and evaluation activities.
06/08/2012 - NEW - You can now TEXT 211 Info and get local resource information - 211info.org would like getting resources to be as easy as possible. That's why you can call toll-free, search on a website, subscribe to emails and now text 211info. As of this week anyone can text their zip code to 898211 to get information and guidance about resources just like you can on the phone. Our hope is texting will expand our ability to serve new populations who prefer a texting conversation above all else (like kids!). This is a pilot program we are very excited about, and we hope you will be excited about it too!
11/29/2011 - Mik and Nero - Safety Street Comic Book featured at Clackamas County Libraries or Download for Free - The Mik and Nero - Safety Street Comic Book offers children a variety of safety messages while having fun. This comic, along with others in the series is available at North Clackamas Libraries free of charge. They can also be downloaded at http://www.clackamas.us/sheriff/kids/
11/29/2011 - Mik and Nero - Safety Street Activity Book featured at Clackamas County Libraries or Download for Free - This is the most popular book of the Mik and Nero series and has been outreached to thousands of children at local libraries, safety fairs and community events. The activity book features lots for kids to do while they learn about traffic safety. Topics include helmet use, bicycle and pedestrian safety and rail road safety.
07/27/2011 - The Real Undercover Boss - How Plaid Pantry CEO Chris Girard is Keeping Alcohol Out of the Hands of Youth - According to the U.S. Department of Transportation (2005) three teens die from drinking and driving daily. That statistic is not just about youth in New York City, Los Angeles, or Chicago, but here in Oregon as well. In Clackamas County, one in four 8th-graders and nearly 40 percent of 11th-graders reported drinking within the last 30 days. Fortunately, there are a host of local agencies working to reduce and prevent underage drinking altogether. One of the most important, yet unrecognized pieces of the prevention effort is enforcement. Each year Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) and local police departments conduct alcohol compliance details in an effort to reduce underage drinking.
03/11/2011 - A NEW CLASS! Home Safety Assessment for Anyone Who Supervises Children 6 months to 3 years. - FOR PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS AND ANYONE WHO SUPERVISES CHILDREN 6 MONTHS TO 3 YEARS Date: April 4, May 2, 2011 Time: 6:00 – 7:00 PM. Please arrive 10 minutes early Location: The Safety Store The Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, in the Atrium 501 N Graham, Portland, OR 97227 Parking: Free. Follow signs on campus to Parking Structure #2 Registration: Required. Limited seating. Call 503-413-4600 Cost: Free! Content: Basic Home Safety Assessment: Identify top safety hazards in and around the home Safety Planning: Overview of possible safety solutions
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