Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships Certification Program

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The Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships for People with IDD Certification Program will provide the opportunity for professionals, caregivers, and family members to be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to provide specialized support for sexual health to people with IDD. By completing the entire certification program, participants will be equipped to support people as a sexual health advocates and provide quality training to others around the foundations of sexual health and development for people with IDD.

Pathways to Justice

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Pathways to Justice is a field-tested criminal justice and disability training program.

Outreach to Aging Caregivers

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In partnership with The Arc US Center for Future Planning, and through a grant from The Retirement Research Foundation, we are offering a unique opportunity for human services professionals to learn how to engage aging caregivers who are providing direct support to an adult son or daughter with IDD in the future planning process.

Co-Occurring Diagnoses Study

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The Arc Oregon, in partnership with The Arc Lane County, was awarded the opportunity to participate in this important work through The Arc US to assess current needs and challenges of people who experience co-occurring IDD and Mental Health diagnoses.

Financial Literacy Education

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Through a grant from The Arc US and MetLife Financial, and with support from Capital Area Asset Builders (CAAB), we are able to offer important Financial Literacy training to individuals and families throughout Oregon.

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— Registration Free for self-advocates —

— lodging and travel assistance available —

2024 Self-advocate Convention of Oregon

May 13–15

The Graduate, Eugene

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We have removed the login feature of our website. This will improve website speed and make it easier to access training and other resources.

How do I access training content?

As of 10/17/2022, registered attendees will no longer be required to log in to access course content. If you are registered for an upcoming class, you were sent an email from training@thearcoregon.org or no-reply@mg.thearcoregon.org with more information.

How can I get help?

If you need assistance, please email us at training@thearcoregon.org.