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What is sexual violence?

Sexual violence is any nonconsensual sexual act, or any sexual act where "no" is not a viable option for any person involved (due to coercion, drug/alcohol use, physical or mental incapacitation, etc).

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What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence is a pattern of coercive and/or violent tactics perpetrated by one person against a family member, roommate, or intimate partner, with the goal of establishing and maintaining power and control over that person.

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If you are in immediate danger: STOP, pick up the phone, and call 9-1-1.


Full list of Oregon's community-based resources for survivors

Community-based advocacy programs and shelters

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Name of program Crisis hotline Business Counties served
Battered Persons' Advocacy 541-673-7867 541-957-0288 Douglas
Bradley Angle 503-232-1528 Multnomah
Burns Paiute Tribe - Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program 541-573-8053 Harney
Call to Safety 503-235-5333 503-232-9751 Multnomah
Canyon Crisis Center 503-897-2327 503-897-2327 Marion
Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence 541-754-0110 541-758-0219 Benton, Linn
Center for Hope and Safety 503-399-7722 503-378-1572 Marion, Polk
Clackamas Women's Services 503-654-2288 503-655-8600 Clackamas
Community Works / Dunn House 541-779-4357 541-779-2393 Jackson
Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians - Family Services 541-888-1309 Coos, Lane
Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde - Domestic Violence Program 971-832-0730 503-879-1660 Polk, Yamhill
Confederated Tribes of Siletz - CARE Program 541-994-5959 541-444-9679 Lane, Lincoln
Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation - Family Violence Services 541-429-7045 541-429-7045 Umatilla
Coquille Indian Tribe - Healthy Families First 541-888-9494 Coos, Curry, Jackson, Lane
Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians - Adult & Family Services 541-677-5575 Douglas
Domestic Violence Resource Center 503-469-8620 503-640-5352 Washington
Domestic Violence Services Inc. 800-833-1161 541-276-3322 Morrow, Umatilla
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon - Russian Oregon Social Services 503-777-3437 503-777-3437 Multnomah
El Programa Hispano Católico - Project UNICA 503-232-4448 503-688-2630 Multnomah
Family Justice Center of Washington County 503-430-8300 Washington
Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services 503-988-6400 Multnomah
Harney Helping Organization for Personal Emergencies 541-573-7176 541-573-2726 Harney
HAVEN From Domestic and Sexual Violence 541-298-4789 541-296-1662 Gilliam, Sherman, Wasco, Wheeler
Heart of Grant County 541-620-1342 541-575-4335 Grant
Helping Hands Against Violence, Inc. 541-386-6603 541-386-4808 Hood River
Henderson House 503-472-1503 503-472-0244 Yamhill
Illinois Valley Safe House Alliance 541-592-5332 Josephine
Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization - Refugee and Immigrant Family Strengthening (IRCO - RIFS) 503-234-1541 Multnomah
IMPACT NW - Parent Child Therapeutic Services 503-721-6776 Multnomah
Jackson County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) -- Jackson
Klamath Tribes - Healing Winds 800-524-9787 x1 541-783-2219 x148 Klamath
Lake County Crisis Center 541-947-2449 541-947-2498 Lake
Los Ninos Cuentan 503-974-9882 Clackamas
Marta's House / Klamath Crisis Center 541-884-0390 541-850-8939 Klamath
MayDay, Inc. 541-523-4134 541-523-9472 Baker
My Sisters' Place 541-994-5959 541-574-9424 Lincoln
Native American Youth and Family Healing Center 503-318-5213 503-288-8177 Multnomah
New Beginnings Intervention Center 800-850-4838 541-576-3009 Lake
Oasis Shelter Home 541-247-7600 541-425-5238 Curry
Pathways to Safety International 1-833-723-3833 503-203-1444
Project Dove 541-889-2000 541-889-6316 Malheur
Raphael House of Portland 503-222-6222* 503-222-6507 Multnomah
SABLE House 1-866-518-0284 503-623-6703 Polk
Safe Harbors 541-426-6565 541-426-4004 Wallowa
SAFE of Columbia County 503-397-6161 503-397-7110 Columbia
Salvation Army - West Women's & Children's Shelter 503-224-7718 503-224-7718 Multnomah
Saving Grace 541-389-7021 541-382-9227 Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson
Self Enhancement, Inc. - Domestic Violence Program 503-285-0439 Multnomah
Sexual Assault Resource Center 503-640-5311 503-626-9100 Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington
Sexual Assault Support Services 541-343-7277 541-484-9791 Lane
Shelter From the Storm 541-963-9261 541-963-7226 Union
Siuslaw Outreach Services 541-997-4444 541-997-2816 Lane
Survivor Collective Alliance, Reaching Society (SCARS) 971-217-7119 Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington
The Harbor 503-325-5735 503-325-4962 Clatsop
The SAFE Project 541-756-7000 541-888-1048 Coos
Tillamook County Women's Resource Center 503-842-9486 503-842-5168 Tillamook
Volunteers of America - Home Free 503-771-5503 503-239-3929 Multnomah
Warm Springs Reservation - Victims of Crime Services 541-553-1171 541-553-2293 Jefferson
Women's Crisis Support Team 541-479-9349 541-476-3877 Josephine
Womenspace 541-485-6513 541-485-8232 Lane
YWCA of Greater Portland 503-294-7400 Multnomah

Free / low-cost legal assistance and representation

Disability Rights Oregon (statewide) 503-243-2081
Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy Center 541-485-1017
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Albany Regional Office 541-926-8678
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Central Oregon Regional Office 541-385-6950
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Farmworker Program - Hillsboro Office 503-648-7163
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Farmworker Program - Woodburn Office 503-981-5291
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Foreclosure Hotline (statewide) 503-227-0198
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Klamath Falls Regional Office 541-273-0533
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Lincoln County Office 541-265-5305
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Native American Program 503-223-9483
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Pendleton Regional Office 541-276-6685
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Portland Regional Office 503-224-4086
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Roseburg Office 541-673-1181
Legal Aid Services of Oregon - Salem Regional Office 503-581-5265
Oregon Crime Victims Law Center 503-208-8160
Oregon Law Center - Child Support Hotline (statewide) 1-800-383-1222
Oregon Law Center - Coos Bay Regional Office 541-269-1226
Oregon Law Center - Grants Pass Regional Office 541-476-1058
Oregon Law Center - Hillsboro Farmworker Office 503-726-4381
Oregon Law Center - Hillsboro Regional Office 503-640-4115
Oregon Law Center - McMinnville Office 503-472-9561
Oregon Law Center - Ontario Regional Office 541-889-3121
Oregon Law Center - Public Benefits Hotline (statewide) 1-800-520-5292
Oregon Law Center - Saint Helens Office 503-397-1628
Oregon Law Center - Salem Regional Office 503-485-0696
Oregon Law Center - Woodburn Farmworker Office 503-981-0336
Victim Rights Law Center 503-274-5477


Name of program Last updated Remarks
Tillamook County Women's Resource Center 3 weeks ago Languages spoken at location added.
My Sisters' Place 3 weeks ago Changed from Region 3 to Region 4.
Confederated Tribes of Siletz - CARE Program 3 weeks ago Changed from Region 3 to Region 4.
Heart of Grant County 1 month ago

Other support resources

If you attend or work for an educational institution, fully confidential support may also be available to you through student health services, the counseling center, the women's resource center, and/or the chaplain's office.

Sexual harassment and sexual violence are considered forms of sex discrimination prohibited under Title IX laws and other federal regulations. All educational institutions receiving federal student aid are required by law to establish and implement a formal Title IX grievance reporting and adjudication process. This process is almost always separate from advocacy and support services.


In addition to the community-based nonprofit shelters and advocacy programs, campus-based advocacy programs, and legal aid organizations listed above, most district attorneys' 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, civil lawsuits).

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Victim assistance is NOT the same as community-based advocacy

Communications between survivors and victim assistance programs (VAPs) are not protected by state or federal advocate privilege and confidentiality laws. Under certain circumstances, VAPs may be required to share information with prosecutors or law enforcement.


The confidentiality of certain information shared between certified advocates and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking is protected under Oregon state law. 

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If you have had a negative experience with a shelter or advocacy program, we recommend speaking directly with that organization's executive director or other management personnel. 

If that fails to resolve the dispute, or you feel that the organization has treated you unfairly, you have the option of submitting a formal complaint to the Oregon Department of Human Services.

The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence provides training, research and other support to our member programs, in the interest of better serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking throughout the state. We do not have regulatory oversight or supervisory authority over our member programs.

The Oregon Coalition staff makes every reasonable effort to ensure that information listed on our website is accurate and up-to-date. However, this information is provided "as-is" without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Additionally, any information and services listed 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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