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Since 1975 we have been the only nonprofit agency in Washington County, Oregon serving specifically survivors of domestic violence. Our free and bilingual services focus on prevention (community outreach, presentations, trainings, education, library), intervention (Monika’s House Shelter, legal advocacy, counseling, group support, art/play/filial therapy), and empowerment (Survivor Empowerment Fund, advocacy, resources, referrals, safety planning).
Clackamas Women's Services provides the only two emergency shelters and crisis line for survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Clackamas County. One in eight women are survivors of domestic or sexual violence in Oregon and a likely 20,000 of those women and their children live in Clackamas County. Each year Clackamas Women's Services gets more than 5,000 calls for help and 350 of those women and children find shelter at Clackamas Women's Services.
The mission of Bradley Angle is to offer survivors of domestic and sexual violence options for safety, empowerment, healing and hope, while collaborating with our communities to create social change.
Columbia County Women's Resource Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency that exists to provide services and support to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse and Assault, Child Abuse Problems in Relationships and Personal Issues.