of Oregon women and girls experience
domestic violence in their lifetimes.

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of Oregon women and girls are
sexually assaulted in their lifetimes.

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Announcing El Programa Hispano Católico, the coalition's first Prevention Through Liberation grantee

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The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, in collaboration with the Oregon Health Authority, is pleased to announce that El Programa Hispano Católico – Project UNICA has been selected as the first-ever recipient of Prevention Through Liberation grant funding, effective October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018!

Prevention Through Liberation-funded programs will receive support in developing well-informed theoretical frameworks, implementing promising prevention practices, and adopting robust evaluation methods. These capacity-building activities and resources will support grantees as they continue to grow their prevention efforts into the future. The coalition will make many of these resources available to all coalition member programs, as part of our efforts to increase sexual violence prevention capacity throughout Oregon.

Purchase Marie Ernst soaps; support OCADSV!

With each purchase of a Marie Ernst (link is external) Beauty Bar, $2 will be donated directly toward the Oregon Coalition’s efforts of establishing a flexible fund for survivors of abuse across the state.

Marie Ernst Beauty Bars are a creamy cleansing dual-purpose interlocking soap where one side gently exfoliates, moisturizes and polishes your skin and the other scented side moisturizes and beautifies your entire body. In addition to being great for your skin, they are all-natural, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, vegan and sustainable, protecting our environment with no use of microbeads that pollute our streams and oceans.

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