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Working Together: Domestic Violence Advocates Co-Located at DHS Offices (POLICIES & PRACTICES RESOURCE GUIDE)
Working Definition of Allyship: The Handout
Where we’re going and where we’ve been: Making the case for preventing sexual violence
Toolkit on Campus Intimate Partner Sexual Violence
Together We Create a Violence Free Oregon- SAAM 2023
APRIL IS SEXUAL ASSAULT ACTION MONTH Dear member programs and community partners, Our theme this year is “Together, We Create a Violence-Free Oregon- Will You Join Us?”. SAAM is a critical month for community engagement to raise awareness, solicit donations and volunteers, and to deepen Sexual Violence advocacy work in Oregon’s anti-violence community by providing an open … Read more
We are Still Here: Resilience is our Power | Domestic Violence Action Month 2022
October 1st marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Action Month! Our theme this year is “We are Still Here: Resilience is our Power.” We are thrilled to have JoJo Baccam (instagram: @jjbccm) as our artist this year to articulate this potent message. Since the pandemic, we have seen increased levels of violence both for survivors of domestic violence … Read more
Shelters Accepting Pets
Pets are a part of the family, and there are barriers to ensuring pets are safe when someone seeks shelter. Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T) has a list of pet-friendly domestic violence shelters across the country to consider.
Statement on the Overturning of Roe V Wade
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force (AGSATF) always has and will continue to always stand with survivors against attacks on their right to bodily autonomy. We support access to abortion because our work is to center the needs of survivors of domestic and sexual … Read more
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