Resources & Links

Cafa Resources and LinksCAFA's therapists and staff are active in Lane County, sharing practical tools for individuals, couples, parents, families and faith communities to use in making a safer place for children.  CAFA strives to educate and equip Lane County residents to live healthy lives for the betterment of the children in our community.  Please use and share these resources as they become needed.

Resources for Couples

Volunteer Anger Management or Domestic Violence classes. 

The Third Option


Resources on Domestic Violence

Abuse: Defined

Commonly Asked Questions about Abuse

Substance Absue and Domestic Violence: How to get help

Warning Signs of Abusive Relationships


Resources for Faith Communities

Clergy Resources for Domestic Violence 


Resources for Families in Lane County


Parenting Now! Resources for Families

Resources for Parents of Young Children

TIPS True Insight Parenting Strategies


Resources for Parents of Adolescents and Teens

Recommended Reading for Parents


Helpful Organizations

RAVE (Religion and Violence E-Learning)

RAVE is an initiative that seeks to bring knowledge and social action together to assist families of faith impacted by abuse.

Amen Clinics

Amen Clinics helps people with a wide range of issues, from attentional problems, anxiety issues, mood problems, autism, obsessive compulsive disorder, addictions, obesity, memory and learning and behavioral problems.

Dr. Dan Siegel

Dr. Dan Siegel's mission is to provide a scientifically grounded, integrated view of human development for mental health practitioners, educators, organizational leaders, parents, and others as we promote the growth of vibrant lives and healthy minds.