Resources

Bradley-Angle House

24 Hour Crisis Line: 503-281-2442
Office: 503-289-6869

For women and women with children fleeing domestic violence. No references necessary. Case management and support groups provided. Phone screening required. 24-hour crisis line. Undisclosed location.

Clackamas Women’s Services

503-654-2288 or 888-654-2288 FREE
http://www.cwsor.org
24-hour phone in-take

Women staying in shelter receive counseling and case management services to begin the healing process and begin planning for their futures. Residents receive much-needed emergency supplies such as food, clothing & toiletries. Women and women w/children fleeing domestic violence or recent sexual abuse. No males over 18, case management.

Domestic Violence Resource Center, Inc. / Children’s Intervention Program

866-469-8600 FREE (toll free)
503-469-8620 (crisis line)
http://www.dvrc-or.org
9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Mon. – Thurs.

Undisclosed location, Hillsboro (call for intake)
Support for children ages 4 – 17 who have witnessed or experienced domestic or dating violence; also encouraging adult victims to participate in their children’s treatment.

Domestic Violence Resource Center, Inc. / Family Violence Intervention Program

150 N First Ave. Hillsboro, OR 97124
503-640-5352
http://www.dvrc-or.org
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon – Fri.

Outreach services to victims of family violence; advocacy, education, and counseling. Adults 18 and older who have experienced family violence at any time in their life may enroll after meeting one-on-one with a counselor or advocate for intake appointment.

Raphael House of Portland

503-222-6222
http://www.raphaelhouse.com
9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
24-hour crisis line.

Emergency housing for victims fleeing a domestic violence situation. Advocacy includes support groups, children’s groups, referrals, and emotional support. 60-day limit.

Salvation Army West Women’s

503-224-7718
http://www.tsacascade.org
Call for phone screening/intake.

Women/children; domestic violence victims. Transitional housing for women with children that have completed the 30 day emergency shelter program: food/clothing; transportation assistance; health referrals; job search assistance; counseling; parenting skills training; and GED tutoring. Portland Children’s Intervention Project serves traumatized children. Call for phone screening/intake.

West Women’s & Children’s Shelter

503-224-7718
http://www.tsacascades.org

Undisclosed location. 30-day emergency shelter for women fleeing domestic violence, no men, no boys over 12 years old, phone intake/screening, stay up to 2 years if in transitional housing plan

Yolanda House

503-535-3266
Crisis Line:
503-535-3269
http://www.ywca.org

An emergency shelter and service program for women survivors of domestic or sexual violence and their children. Confidential location.

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