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2525 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Eugene, OR, 97401
United States


Oregon Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America serves more than 5,000 youth, supported by over 2,500 adults in over 400 units. It includes 7 districts in 6 counties covering Western Oregon including communities like Eugene, Springfield, Corvallis, Roseburg, and Coos Bay. Scouts are also served along the Oregon Coast is covered from Lincoln City to Brookings. 

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Youth Protection

Scouting safely starts with Youth Protection Training and is so much more. 

Youth Protection Training

April is National Youth Protection Awareness month

Oregon Trail Council is committed to 100% Youth Protection Training for its leaders and is promoting the annual renewal of this most important training. If you believe in the importance of keeping our Scouts safe, we challenge you to take or renew your Youth Protection Training between April 1 and April 30 each year.  If you complete the training in April, you are eligible for a special Youth Protection Training patch.  Show your commitment to the safety of our Scouts by earning your 4 YPT trained patch each year in April.

Guide to Safe Scouting

Know the rules of the game we love to play called Scouting. The Guide can be saved as a PDF document or viewed online. 

Age-Appropriate Guideline for Activities
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Incident Reporting

An incident has occurred:

1. Take care of the injured/find a safe place.

2. Preserve and document the evidence/take photos if appropriate.

3. Complete an incident report and notify your local council (Call the Scout Executive at: 480-353-9121).


Oregon Trail Council has partnered with HSR to provide additional accident and sickness coverage for our Scouts and leaders beyond your personal policy. This in included with your registration fees each year. 

Accident and sickness insurance coverage for Scouts and Scouters furnishes medical reimbursement in case of death, accident or sickness within the policy amounts. Coverage is excess of all other insurance or healthcare plans in force. This policy is excess to all other available source of medical insurance or other healthcare benefits.

The coverage provided has maximum limits it pays and a maximum benefit period, usually 52 weeks from the date of the incident. Claims should be filed with the accident and sickness carrier as soon as possible, along with any other source of medical insurance or other healthcare benefits.

2019 Claim form for Health Special Risk (HSR) insurance policy for incidents occurring in the calendar year 2019. Use this form to process a claim in the event of an accident or other applicable incident. This form is only needed in the event of a claim. Fill out the form and process directly through HSR, the third-party insurance company through which Oregon Trail Council has purchased unit accident insurance for each Scouting unit.