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Training Opportunities in June 2020
List Provided Courtesy of State of Oregon, Oregon Health Authority
Click here to download PDF Format, 16 pages

Jul
8
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 8 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
9
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 9 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Jul
10
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 10 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
13
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 13 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
14
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 14 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
15
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 15 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
16
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 16 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Jul
17
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 17 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
20
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 20 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
21
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 21 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
22
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 22 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
23
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 23 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Jul
24
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 24 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
27
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 27 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
28
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 28 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
29
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 29 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Jul
30
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 30 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Jul
31
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Jul 31 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
3
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 3 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
4
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 4 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
5
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 5 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
6
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 6 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Aug
7
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 7 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
10
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 10 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
11
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 11 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
12
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 12 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
13
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 13 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Aug
14
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 14 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
17
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 17 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
18
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 18 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
19
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 19 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
20
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 20 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Aug
21
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 21 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
24
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 24 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
25
Tue
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 25 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
26
Wed
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 26 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
27
Thu
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 27 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Aug
28
Fri
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 28 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Aug
31
Mon
OP – Ophelia’s Place – Virtual Drop Summer Line-up for Young Women (ages 10-18) – Weekdays @ Online via Zoom
Aug 31 all-day

posterOPHELIA’S PLACE presents its 2020 Summer Line-Up

photo

Ophelia’s Place is excited to share that our activities and workshops for girls and girl-identified youth ages 10-18 are now accessible online! While we will return to our regularly scheduled programming when stay-home requirements are lifted, we are currently offering several activities through our online avenues. Check these out!

  1. Ongoing Zoom Drop-In Groups, Mondays-Fridays
  • Brunch Club: 11 am- Noon; Afternoon Snack Break: 3-4 pm
  • FREE – Registration Required for first meeting
  • That’s right! After-school drop-in is going digital! Join us for Drop-In Groups every weekday to socialize and check in with girls you’ve missed from in-person drop-in, and welcome girls new to Ophelia’s Place! We’ll talk about how things are going at home, chat about any topics or issues on your mind, and bring some ideas direct to you. (Bring your mid-morning/afternoon snack with you!)
  • Drop-in requires the ability to Zoom call with audio/visual support.
  • Facilitated by Ophelia’s Place staff.

2. Poetry Writing Workshop, Tuesday June 23rd

  • Tuesday, June 23 from 4 – 5:30pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Practice your poetry writing skills at our online poetry writing workshop! We will spend some time working on prompts and writing exercises, followed by time to share some of our own work. All you need is a pencil, paper, and a little creativity!
  • Facilitated by Erica Goss, of Girls Voices Matter. Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

3. D&D Camp: The Sunken Secrets of Stilben Swamp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Our adventurers have been called to the swamp town of Stilben to assist a local shopkeeper, Zed, in his alchemical research. He has called on you to investigate the wilderness of the swamp and retrieve valuable resources from it. However, the depths of the Stilben swamp hold more than the alchemical materials that Zed requested. The swamp holds secrets and mysteries that have long been undiscovered, that is, until now!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

3. Feminist Anime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 6 – Thursday, July 9 from 12:30-2 pm
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
    Anime is awesome! …most of the time. Do you ever feel like it can be tricky figuring out which series really works for you? Are you into magical girl power and strong female characters? If yes, this workshop might be for you! We will be watching a different episode every week and breaking it down to learn exactly what makes it so great, and why it’s important to have a series with powerful and well written female characters!
  • Facilitated by Claire Graman of Girls Voices Matter.
  • Zoom required.
  • Come prepared with writing materials.

4.  Virtually Empowered! Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • Ages 14-18. Only Eight spots available.
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This 4-day, girls empowerment camp will nurture self-esteem, teach skills for making healthy choices, and encourage self-expression through discussion and activities. Topics may include stress management and self-care, deconstructing media influence on body image and self-esteem, and creating healthy relationships.

5. Acting/Improv Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, July 20 – Thursday, July 23 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This camp is all about acting! We might all still be stuck at home, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun! In this camp, we will play theater games, practice our improvisation, and see exactly how ridiculous we can get.
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

6. Mad Science Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday July 27 – Thursday, July 30 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • During this week, we will explore some safe, easy, and super cool science experiments that you can do at home! There are all kinds of amazing things you can do with things you might find inside your home. So join us, explore your mad-genius powers, and let’s do some science!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

7. Drawing 101, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Come draw with us! Like anything, drawing takes practice, practice, and more practice. But it can be easier when we learn together and trade tricks and tips! This camp will dive into basic drawing techniques, tutorials, and walkthroughs, all to help you grow as an artist.
  • No previous drawing experience required!
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

8. Girl Time Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 10 to Thursday, August 13 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • For girls ages 10-13 only
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Here at OP, we know that sometimes being a girl can be really hard. That’s why we have our Girl Time Group! Come hang out with OP staff and other girls as we talk about everything from friendships and dating, to puberty and periods. It’s a great place to just figure it all out!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

9. Game Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 17 to Thursday, August 20 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • Games are the best! That’s why we have a whole camp full of them! This week is all about learning new games, trying them out, and maybe even making our own. It’s going to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss out and come play with us!
  • Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.

10. Fanime Camp, Monday-Thursday

  • Monday, August 24  to Thursday, August 27 from 12:30-2pm PST
  • FREE – Donations accepted
  • Orientation and registration required.
  • This week is all about drawing our favorite characters! Whether it’s an original character or your favorite protagonist, we will look into what details make them who they are! So grab your sketch book and your favorite pencil, and get ready to do some art! Facilitated by OP staff.
  • Zoom required.
  • Other needs: Drawing supplies (paper, pencils, erasers, etc.)

11. OP Weekly Craft Challenge, Fridays

  • FREE
  • Third Friday of the month at Noon on Facebook and Instagram
  • Join us every Friday on Instagram and Facebook for our weekly Craft Challenge!
  • Every week we will take on a new challenge making a cool craft from something random you might find where you live. And the best part is, you get to pick it! Whether it’s a toilet-paper roll, a stick from outside, or just something weird you found under the couch, we challenge you to challenge us!
  • Here is what you’ll need to do:
    Step 1. Take a look around your home and find your challenge item.
    Step 2. Let us know what your challenge item is by messaging us at info@opheliasplace.net, Instagram, or Facebook.
    Step 3. Stay tuned in to check out which challenge item we picked! Let us know what you think and comment with your own craft challenge on social media.

Registration Required for First Meeting.

Register for these activities by calling (541) 284-4333, or emailing info@opheliasplace.net.

Please include the name of the girl and a contact phone number when leaving a voicemail or emailing your registration.

New to Ophelia’s Place? Awesome! Call and schedule an orientation before your first activity. Learn more.  [Echa un vistazo a la versión en español de nuestro calendario.]

Website:

https://www.opheliasplace.net

Newsletter Sign-Up:

https://opheliasplace.net/blog/trending-newsletter/

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OpheliasPlaceEugene/

About Ophelia’s Place

Ophelia’s Place is a prevention-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls ages 10-18 make healthy life choices through empowerment, education and support.

At Ophelia’s Place we believe in girls’ strengths and encourage them to discover and nurture their gifts as they become young women. The goal of our work is to empower young women to make healthy, informed decisions about their many important life choices. By the simplest definition, we are a “community for girls.”  Our vision is that all girls are safe, valued and empowered.

Equity & Inclusion

Ophelia’s Place believes all girls, no matter their backgrounds, should feel valued. Our Equity & Inclusion Committee meets regularly to review Ophelia’s Place policy to ensure we maintain access to our services for all girls.

Vision
We envision a future in which girls of all backgrounds feel at home in Ophelia’s Place, and see themselves reflected throughout our organization. We are committed to ensuring all girls in our community feel safe, valued, and empowered, including those who are marginalized by experiences of oppression.

Mission
The mission of the Equity & Inclusion Committee is to embed equity and inclusion into all levels of the organizational framework of Ophelia’s Place. We work to center equity and inclusion in the culture of Ophelia’s Place. This lens is vital in eliminating health disparities across identity groups in the communities we serve. We pledge to increase our outreach and collaboration with diverse communities in order to improve access and utilization of our services by marginalized youth. Through strategic planning and program development, we can enhance the quality and relevance of our services for diverse communities of youth.

Sep
3
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Sep 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Sep
10
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Sep 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Sep
17
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Sep 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Sep
24
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Sep 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Oct
1
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Oct 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Oct
8
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Oct 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Oct
15
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Oct 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Oct
22
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Oct 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Oct
29
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Oct 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Nov
5
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Nov 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Nov
12
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Nov 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Nov
19
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Nov 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Nov
26
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Nov 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Dec
3
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Dec 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Dec
10
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Dec 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Dec
17
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Dec 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Dec
24
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Dec 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org

Dec
31
Thu
SLOP – Suic. Language of Pain – Support Group with Angel Prater at Folktime – Thursdays @ Online via Zoom
Dec 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

**Starting July 9th, 2020**No photo description available.

SUICIDE as a Language Of Pain SUPPORT GROUP

FOR SURVIVORS BY SURVIVORS!!

Do you ever just want to be able to talk about what’s happening and not be afraid to share? Come join others who live with the pain and want to share hope with each other without judgement or fear of reaction.

Who: Survivors!

Anyone who has ever tried to die by suicide and/or anyone living with thoughts/visions/plans or dreams of suicide; people who want a place to talk about it and feel heard!

What: S.L.O.P. is a 90 minute meeting designed and facilitated by survivors for survivors! It provides a space for individuals to come together so they can share their experience, strength and hope!

Why: “Just Talk About It”

Many of us have learned to keep our experiences hidden for fear of others trying to “fix us”, force us to take medications or go into the hospital. As a result, we sometimes feel alone with no one we can trust to just talk about it.

IPS (Intentional Peer Support) principles guide our open conversations about living as a survivor.

When: Every Thursday @ 12pm-1:30pm PST (90 minutes) !

12 — 1pm PST (60 minutes)

Readings, topic discussion, open shares

1 — 1:30pm PST (30 minutes)

Optional time for decompression

Where:

Join our virtual meetings Online via Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82756077651

Group Contact:

SLOPGroup@folktime.org