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In 2014, we realized there was not a single supervised parenting time center to serve the residents of Douglas County. Sure, DHS has a facility for its clients to use and there are also some very awesome individuals who work as free-lance supervisors, but there existed no centrally located, professional, clean, safe parenting time/visitation center for non-custodial parents to visit with their children one-on-one, in a nurturing and private location.  

We saw the need and we began our research; and with  lot of hard work and the help and generosity of the community of Douglas County, Oregon who  helped to not only create a beautiful supervised parenting time center right in the heart of downtown Roseburg, but its citizens (and generosity from outside Douglas County as well) donated toys, supplies, money, products, and so much more to create what has now become an important resource for families in conflict.  

A Safe Place Oregon exists not because of one person's dream or passion, but it truly does belong to the  entire community of Douglas County, for without the support of so many people who believe in our mission: "that no child shall go without seeing their parent simply because the parent cannot afford to pay the fee associated with supervised parenting time facilitators,"  none of this could be possible.  
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PRESS RELEASE: April 23, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: A Safe Place Oregon has been notified that a Schwab Charitable donor has recommended a grant be made to A Safe Place Oregon in the amount of $5,000.00.  Thank you John F. Nash and Virginia Nash for your support and generosity.
727 SE Cass Street, Suite 219, Roseburg, Oregon 97470
(541) 580-9564
A Safe Place Oregon is a proud member of the Downtown Roseburg Association
PRESS RELEASE: April 23, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April is National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Week.  We take this opportunity to remind our community that A Safe Place Oregon, Douglas County's only private, non-profit supervised parenting time center, works with local families involved in high conflict divorce or custody matters.  The center offers complimentary mediation to clients of the center, and can guide parents in better ways to communicate and co-parent their shared children, while often simultaneously helping to rebuild trust between child and parent, especially in cases of extended periods of time involving no visitation.  

Want to make a tax-deductible donation to help the center? You may send it via Facebook Messenger, Check, Cash or Credit Card. Our 
TIN is 81-3734754
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Board President - Philip Nash
Retired Business Owner
Board Vice President - Randy Rubin
Attorney and Business Owner

Board Secretary - Trinity Barney
Business Manager
Cory Hobgood
Consumer Member
Board Treasurer - Teresa Holland
Community Member





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PRESS RELEASE: July 2, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: A Safe Place Oregon, Douglas County’s only private, non-profit, supervised parenting time center offers a safe, clean, professional center where parents, subject to supervised visits by order of the court, are able to see their child(ren). Sometimes, a parent may need assistance with a reunification plan, and the plan begins with supervised visits. A Safe Place Oregon offers age appropriate toys, games, movies, crafts, and other special activities for parents to use to engage and enrich their visits with their child(ren). The center is conveniently located in downtown Roseburg, and is air conditioned and quite comfortable. Visits can either be inside the center, or at a mutually agreed upon public location such as a park or the YMCA. The Center’s address is 727 SE Cass, Suite 219, Roseburg, OR 97470. Please feel free to contact Center staff by phone at 541-580-9564 or e-mail address is spt@oregonparalegal.net.

Nichole Palmateer is the court-appointed supervisor and the Executive Director of A Safe Place Oregon. Ms. Palmateer has been working with local families in Douglas County since 2011. She offers complimentary mediation services to parents who are clients of the Center. When not volunteering with The Center, Ms. Palmateer works as a self-employed paralegal, court-appointed parenting time coordinator and mediator with Oregon Paralegal & Process, LLC, the business she owns with her partner and husband, Eddie Sisco.  

The Center is able to provide some financial assistance to parents through a grant to cover the cost of the hourly supervision fees of underemployed or unemployed parents. The Center’s mission statement is that “No Child Will Go Without Seeing Their Parent Due to a Parent’s Inability to Pay.” 

A Safe Place Oregon also operates The Kindness Boutique, a children’s boutique that provides in-tact, clean children’s clothing and accessories at no cost to parents in need. The Kindness Boutique also accepts donations of gently used or new children’s clothing, accessories and toys. Parents are welcome to make an appointment to come by the Boutique to shop for items or discuss donating by calling 541-580-9564.

A Safe Place Oregon is very proud to announce that it is the recipient of the following recent grant awards: Schwab Charitable by John F. and Virginia Nash in the amount of $5,000 and a three-year grant commitment in the amount of $20,360 by The Ford Family Foundation. The Ford Family Foundation was established in 1957 by Kenneth W. and Hallie E. Ford. Its mission is “successful citizens and vital rural communities in Oregon and Siskiyou County, California.” The foundation is located in Roseburg, Oregon. 
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