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Safe Haven

AYSO’s Safe Haven: Keeping AYSO Players and Volunteers Safe

We take the safety of our athletes seriously.  Precautions are taken on the field to prevent physical injuries, and precautions are taken off the field to ensure children and volunteers are safe in their interactions with each other.

AYSO’s Safe Haven program has been put in place to protect AYSO players and the volunteers who serve them.  It requires that each AYSO volunteer complete an eSign volunteer application each and every year, agreeing to background checks and to abide by the philosophies and policies of AYSO.

Every AYSO volunteer must apply and be accepted as a volunteer.  Volunteers are also asked to complete Safe Haven and job specific training in order to become trained and certified.  AYSO in-person or online training focuses on the best ways to work with children and important safety protocols.  Becoming Safe Haven certified takes some time, but AYSO volunteers know it’s worth it.

Also, did you know that every AYSO Region is required to designate a volunteer to act as the Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate (CVPA)?  A CVPA helps implement Safe Haven policies at the local level.  Next time you see your local CVPA, stop and say hello!

AYSO is so proud of our Safe Haven program – it was the first of its kind in youth sports, most notably in soccer.  It creates a safe environment for players and volunteers to have a happy and healthy soccer experience.  For more information, click here.

It takes a lot of dedicated people to make AYSO possible, and volunteers are always needed.  If you are interested in participating, apply in person at a registration event or click the button below to volunteer.

Contact Us

Iron County AYSO Region 873

attn: Regional Commissioner, PO Box 311
Cedar City, Utah 84721

Email Us: [email protected]