Celebrating 25 years

To Protect Children and For Everyone’s Safety

To Protect Children and For Everyone’s Safety

As a medical facility, Juliette’s House will continue to require masks for all visitors.

While the state requirement has been lifted as of March 12, 2022 for most indoor spaces in Oregon, Juliette’s House must follow state rules that require mask wearing in all health care settings.

We are requiring N95 or surgical masks, not cloth ones, as they are the ones proven effective against recent Covid-19 variants. Such masks are available at the front door as needed.

Abuse Impacts Us All

When a child is abused the whole family is affected. Parents struggle with their own emotions while trying to provide support and guidance to their child. During this difficult time, families face a complex system of legal, medical and mental health issues, services, and support. No family should have to face it alone.

Needed Services that Help Healing Begin

At Juliette’s House, we bring a variety of professionals together under one roof so families can access a full range of services in one centralized, child-friendly location. We introduce services quickly so children and families can begin healing.

In cooperation with law enforcement and child protective services, we perform thorough medically-based evaluations using specially trained examiners and interviewers in a comfortable, home-like setting.

All allegations of child abuse deserve a skillful, complete assessment by specialized professionals. At Juliette’s House, we strive to make an accurate determination of child abuse with minimal trauma to the child. Our primary goal is medical diagnosis and treatment of alleged child abuse victims.