Use this interactive map to quickly locate shelters and advocacy programs throughout Oregon. 

Crisis and support hotline numbers are listed on this map. If you need more specific information, check out our full program directory.

Symbol on map Meaning
local hotel Shelter (approximate location)
store mall directory Advocacy program
star Tribal advocacy program
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Culturally-specific advocacy program

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