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Outpatient Services

Offering a Holistic Outpatient Experience that helps YOU define your own success.

Residential Treatment

Everyone deserves a life free from addiction.

Adults, Children, & Families

Healthy families mean healthy kids.

Drop-In Child Care

We provide a safe, trauma-informed, and compassionate environment for children.

Hotline Services

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRISIS HOTLINE

(503) 771-5503
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Advocates can provide emotional support, safety planning, referrals to community resources, assistance with relocation, stabilization assessments, and connection to address confidentiality programs.

RESTRAINING ORDER HOTLINE

(503) 802-0506
HOMEFREECOURT@VOAOR.ORG
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Advocates can answer questions from survivors and community partners around completing restraining order paperwork. Advocates are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice.

PROBLEM GAMBLING HELPLINE

503-972-9626
Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
877-MY-LIMIT
24/7 Availability

If you think you have a problem with gambling, or if you are concerned about at loved one’s gambling, feel free to call us or the Oregon Problem Gambling Helpline. 

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Your gift helps support programs and services that encourage positive development, foster independence, and promote the type of self-sufficiency that can change someone's life.​

Volunteer Team

Every year, 600 community members like you put their passion to work through 21,000 hours of enhancing relationships with children and youth, enriching activities for elders, encouraging people rebuilding their lives after addiction and incarceration.

Join us as we recognize the important contributions of those who have supported our mission and
allowed us to serve our community.  

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