Click a type of service below to see all programs in the state offering that service.

A hotline phone number that is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by trained advocates who will talk to anyone in a domestic violence, sexual assault and/or stalking situation, offering support and access to resources as needed.

Click here for a list of programs with a crisis hotline

Temporary housing for individuals and families fleeing from an abusive situation. Generally located in a secure, confidential area, emergency shelters provide a safe space that can help facilitate the start of the healing process.

Click here for a list of programs operating a shelter

Intended as a longer-term solution than emergency shelter, transitional housing provides survivors and their families with free or low-cost housing as an interim measure for survivors between temporary emergency shelter and long-term housing.

Click here for a list of programs offering transitional housing

Regularly-scheduled group meetings of advocates and survivors convened for the purposes of reducing feelings of isolation among survivors, dealing with the effects of abuse, and facilitating the overall healing process.

Click here for a list of programs offering support groups

Legal advocacy services help survivors understand the process of applying for restraining orders, discuss how various legal options might impact a survivor's safety, connecting survivors to support groups and other services, and accompanying survivors to the courthouse in the event their restraining order application is contested. However, legal advocacy does not constitute legal advice!

Click here for a list of programs offering legal advocacy

Consultation, legal advice and/or legal representation in court by a licensed attorney or other legal professional.

Click here for a list of programs offering legal representation

Many victims of domestic abuse are forced into financial dependence and even debt by their abuser, as another way for the abuser to exert power, control and entrapment. To help survivors help themselves, economic empowerment services can include providing survivors with basic money management education, individual development savings accounts (IDAs) and other forms of economic justice.

Click here for a list of programs offering economic empowerment

Any program that addresses the experiences of children and youth exposed to trauma, violence and abuse; often incorporates aspects of peer counseling, case management, play therapy, and a number of other practices.

Click here for a list of programs offering services to children and youth

Structured therapy sessions with a licensed mental health practitioner versed in working compassionately with survivors of abuse.

Click here for a list of programs offering counseling services

Educational initiatives, focused either on vulnerable populations or the larger community, to raise awareness about the issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, with the goal of empowering survivors and increasing positive engagement of community members to reduce violence.

Click here for a list of programs doing prevention work

24 hour crisis and support hotline

In addition to the community-based nonprofit advocacy programs and shelters listed above, most prosecutors offices, some police/sheriff departments, and a few parole/probation offices operate victim assistance programs (VAPs).

Victim assistance programs offer:

  • support to victims of crime with navigating the criminal justice system;
  • assistance with applying for state crime victims compensation; and
  • referrals to other service providers in the community.

VAPs generally provide services to victims of crime in relation to criminal cases that are being prosecuted by the state. They do not generally provide support in relation to civil legal proceedings (e.g. divorce, protective orders petitions, civil lawsuits).

Victim assistance programs ≠ Community-based advocates

Victim assistance programs (VAPs) operate within a prosecutor's office or law enforcement agency. As such, communication between survivors and VAPs is not protected by legal privilege and may not necessarily be confidential. Information may be shared between VAPs and prosecutors/law enforcement.

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The Oregon Coalition staff makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the information listed here is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, we do not directly oversee or manage the organizations listed here. Thus, any information and services offered are subject to change.

This page is a work in progress and is updated on an ongoing basis. If you find any inaccuracies, omissions, wrong numbers, or have any suggestions to make this a more useful resource to survivors, please contact us.

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Not sure who to call?

National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-7233
National Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 656-4673
Suicide / Mental Health Hotline (800) 273-8255
Alcohol / Drug Crisis and Referral Line (800) 923-4357
DHS Child Abuse Hotlines Click here for a list by county
(link to external website)
Elder Abuse Hotline (800) 232-3020