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Safe Haven

Safe Haven AYSO’s Safe Haven program protects AYSO players and the volunteers who serve them. Under the rules of this program, AYSO requires that each volunteer complete and eSign a volunteer application each and every year, including agreeing to background checks and to abide by the philosophies and policies of AYSO. Volunteers complete Safe Haven courses and job-specific training in order to become certified. AYSO in-person and online training focuses on the best ways to work with children and important safety protocols. Our Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate (CVPA) helps implement Safe Haven policies within our region. We continually strive to create a safe environment for our players and volunteers, so they can enjoy a happy and healthy soccer experience.

Player Safety

From every team practice to every tournament and team party, safety is a big part of keeping things fun. We aim to provide a safe and positive environment where each child can learn, play and have fun. Each individual has the responsibly to help keep our youth safe. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind:

  • Advise your child never to leave a practice or game alone. Walk with a buddy whenever possible.
  • Never let your child swing from or climb on a soccer goal as they have been known to tip over, resulting in serious injury and even death.
  • A player must not wear anything that is dangerous. All items of jewelry (e.g., earrings, bracelets, rings) must be removed before stepping out on the field.

Whenever a player or youth volunteer has suffered an injury or illness that required the care of a physician or a visit to an emergency care facility, the Participation Release Form must be completed in full and signed by the child’s parents or guardians before the player or youth volunteer will be allowed to participate further in the program. In addition, if a player was evaluated by a medical professional, for symptoms of concussion, the Concussion Release Form must be completed and signed by a medical professional.

These forms protect not only AYSO, but more importantly, the participants. Players should not participate until they are fully healed and ready to play. The AYSO Participation Release Form and/or the AYSO Concussion Release Form must be completed and given to the Region 68 Safety Director before the return to participation in any AYSO activity.


Alicia Aden | Region 68 Safety Director
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Jeannette Rossling | Region 68 Child & Volunteer Protection Advocate
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County of Ventura Human Services Agency Hotline
(805) 654-3200

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Camarillo AYSO Soccer

799-B Camarillo Springs Rd. 
Camarillo, California 93012

Email Us: [email protected]
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