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24-HOUR CRISIS LINES & HELPLINES

Portland Women’s Crisis Line ............................................... 503-235-5333

Or toll-free .................................................................... 1-888-235-5333

Linéa UNICA (Español) ........................... 503-232-4448 o 1-888-232-4448

National Domestic Violence Hotline ................................... 1-800-799-SAFE

Multnomah County Mental Health Line................................. 503-988-4888

Child Abuse Reporting Hotline ............................................. 503-731-3100

Aging & Disability Services 24-hr HelpLine ........................... 503-988-3646

Alcohol & Drug Helpline ........................ 1-800-923-HELP or 503-244-1312

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EMERGENCY SHELTERS

Bradley Angle Emergency Shelter ......................................... 503-281-2442

Clackamas Women’s Services .............................................. 503-654-2288

Casa Hogar (Español) (Los Niños Cuentan/CWS) .................. 503-933-7840

o .................................................................................... 503-974-9882

Monika’s House/Domestic Violence Resource Ctr ................ 503-469-8620

Raphael House .................................................................... 503-222-6222

Salvation Army West Women’s & Children’s ......................... 503-224-7718

SafeChoice/Vancouver YWCA ........................................... 1-360-695-0501

Columbia Co. Women’s Resource Center ........................... 1-503-397-6161

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

Gateway Center For DV Services ........................................... 503-988-6400

Volunteers of America Home Free......................................... 503-771-5503

Clackamas Women’s Services .............................................. 503-722-2366

Washington Co. Center for Victim Services ........................... 503-846-3020

Safety First Supervised Parenting Time/Safe Exchange…… 503-988-6270

A Safe Place, Family Justice Center (Clackamas County) ……. 503-655-8600

 

POPULATION-SPECIFIC DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES

Abuse Recovery Ministry & Svcs. (Christian) ......................... 503-846-9284

Bradley Angle LGBTQ Program ............................................. 503-595-9591

Catholic Charities’ El Programa Hispano

Project UNICA (Español) ....................... 503-669-8350 o 503-232-4448

Disability Assault/Abuse Response Team (DART) ................. 503-725-4160

Healing Roots Center (African & African American) ... 503-595-9591 ext 308

Hope For Families (Christian) ................................... 503-661-4444 ext 556

Insights Teen Parent Program .............................................. 503-239-6996

IRCO ................................................................................... 503-234-1541

IRCO Refugee & Immigrant Family Strengthening ................. 503-445-1446

L.A.Z.O.S. (Español) (DVRC/Washington Co.) .............. 503-640-5352 x 311

NAYA Family Center Healing Circle ....................................... 503-288-8177

Russian Oregon Social Services ........................................... 503-777-3437

SAWERA (South Asian) ........................................................ 503-778-7386

Self-Enhancement Inc DV Program ...................................... 503-285-0493

The Fawoh Circle (Emmanuel) (African-American) ................. 503-287-2223

 

FREE SUPPORT GROUPS * adult groups & children’s groups

Bradley Angle ...................................................................... 503-595-9591

Clackamas Women’s Services * ........................................... 503-654-2807

Domestic Violence Resource Center * .................................. 503-640-5352

El Programa Hispano Project UNICA ..................................... 503-669-8350

Human Solutions ................................................................. 503-548-0216

Volunteers Of America Home Free * ..................................... 503-771-5503

 

OTHER SERVICES

211info (information & referral for community services) ...................... 2-1-1

Multnomah Childcare Resource & Referral .… ..................... (503) 548-4400

SafeNet (statewide health referrals) .................................. 1-800-SAFE-NET

Oregon Crime Victim’s Compensation ............................... 1-800-503-7983

Oregon Health Plan .......................................................... 1-800-359-9517

DHS Self-Sufficiency Services (Food Stamps, TANF, OHP, JOBS, etc):

TA-DVS Program Information ............................................... 971-673-2748

Alberta Branch .. 971-673-6900 SE Branch ................ 971-673-2550

St. Johns Br ....... 971-673-5500 East Self Suff. .......... 971-673-0909

Northeast ......... 971-673-5722 New Market ............. 971-673-1400

Gresham .......... 503-491-1979 East JOBS ................ 971-673-5566

North JOBS ....... 971-673-3331 Teen Parent ............. 971-673-2552

 

RESTRAINING ORDERS & STALKING ORDERS

Multnomah County Courts .................................................... 503-988-3022

Clackamas County Victim Assistance ................................... 503-655-8616

Washington County RO Advocacy ......................................... 503-640-5352

Clark County (Washington) Court ....................................... 1-360-397-2424

Legal Aid’s Domestic Violence Project .................................. 503-224-4086

Volunteers Of America Court Care ......................................... 503-988-4334

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

EMERGENCIES ..................................................................... 911

Non-emergency Police Response in Mult. Co. ....................... 503-823-3333

Multnomah County Jail Release Info. .................................... 503-988-3689

VINE (Jail/Prison/Corrections Info.) ................................. 1-877-OR-4-VINE

DVERT (Domestic Violence Enhanced Response)................... 503-988-6440

Portland Police DV Reduction Unit ........................................ 503-823-0090

Gresham Police ................................................................... 503-618-2318

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office ....................................... 503-255-3600

Multnomah Co. Probation DV Unit ........................................ 503-988-5056

 

MULTNOMAH COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Domestic Violence Prosecutor’s Office .................................. 503-988-3873

Victims’ Assistance Office .................................................... 503-988-3222

Outreach for Underserved Populations.................................. 503-988-5419

Child Support Enforcement .................................................. 503-988-3150

 

CIVIL LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Child Support Helpline ...................................................... 1-800-383-1222

(Legal Aid & Oregon Law Center sponsored helpline for child

support information. Call Mondays 1:00-4:00 or Thursdays 9:00–

noon)

Legal Aid’s Family Law Hotline ............................................. 503-299-6101

(Phone advice about family law issues for low-income domestic

violence victims/survivors in Mult. Co. Call Thursdays between

9:00 am-Noon)

Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic .................................................... 503-768-6500

(Legal services for low-income victims/survivors.)

Legal Aid Multnomah County Office ...................................... 503-224-4086

(Legal services for low-income residents of Multnomah County.)

Mult. Co. Family Court Self Help Center ................................ 503-988-4003

Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Line ............................... 1-800-452-7636

(Referrals to attorneys with family law experience.)

Oregon State Bar Modest Means Program ......................... 1-800-452-7636

(For low to moderate income people. Referrals to lower-cost

attorneys.)

St. Andrews Legal Clinic ....................................................... 503-281-1500

 

IMMIGRATION REPRESENTATION

Catholic Charities’ Immigration Services .............................. 503-542-2855

Catholic Charities’ El Programa Hispano ............................... 503-669-8350

Immigration Counseling Services ......................................... 503-221-1689

Lutheran Community Services NW ........................................ 503-233-0042

SOAR .................................................................................. 503-284-3002

 

BATTERER INTERVENTION PROGRAMS

Allies in Change Counseling Center………………………………. 503-297-7979

ARMS ............................................................................... 503-846-9284

Bridges 2 Safety..…………………………………………………… 1-847-235-9516

ChangePoint……………………………………………………………. 503-350-2758

Eastside Concern (Central City Concern)……………………….. 503-253-5954

Gresham Intimate Violence Education.…………..………………. 503-465-6656

MEPS Counseling………………………………………………………. 503-260-3458

Modus Vivendi LLC…………………………………………………….. 503-781-9065

SoValTi ............................................................................... 503-936-2904

Teras Intervention……………………………………………………… 503-719-5250

Treatment Services NW (Spanish Language)……………………. 503-246-5238

 

 

Sexual Violence Hotlines

RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network):
RAINN.ORG or 800-656-HOPE (4673)
Sexual Assault referral throughout the United States.

Sexual Assault Resource Center:
503.640.5311
Advocacy for sexual assault survivors living in Washington County.

Proyecto UNICA:
503-232-4448
24-hour hotline for Spanish speaking survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Megan’s Law Hotline
1 (888) 275-7365
Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC) provides national Helpline community support and assistance on issues related to Megan’s Law, sex offender management and sexual assault prevention. You can contact PFML/CVC trained staff who are available to support you and your community.

The Survivor Project:
503-288-3191
Advocating for intersex and transgendered survivors of domestic and sexual violence

 

Sexual and Domestic Violence Resources Handout-View PDF