Other Resources for Domestic Violence Survivors

Other Resources for Domestic Violence Survivors

Click on the links below to find out about other available resources for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Local Resources:

Portland Women’s Crisis Line

Crisis intervention, safety planning, in-person response for survivors of sexual violence, emergency housing resources, Danger to Safety transportation assistance, support groups, and referrals to other resources. 503-235-5333 or 888-235-5333



Gateway Center for Domestic Violence

One stop center for survivors of intimate partner violence M-F, 9a-4p 505-988-6400

Domestic Violence Resource Center
Crisis line, emergency shelter, children's services, bilingual services

Bradley-Angle House
Provides emergency shelter and options for healing to women and children escaping domestic violence.

Healing Roots:  
Culturally-specific services for African-American survivors of domestic or sexual violence.  503-595-9591 

Clackamas Women’s Services 
Services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout Clackamas County and the greater Portland metro area.

Family Bridge
Serves homeless families by providing them with shelter, meals, help and hope so that they may achieve stability and self-sufficiency.

Good Neighbor Center
Provides safe emergency housing and supportive services that empower individuals and families to become self-sufficient.

Raphael House of Portland
Provides shelter, food, clothing, transportation, support groups and individual support to women and children fleeing domestic violence.

YWCA-Yolanda House 
Provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis line, support groups, advocacy and counseling, emergency supplies, and referrals. Clean and Sober facility. (503) 535-3269

Proyecto UNICA 
Servicios en Espanol: 503-236-9670 

Native American Family Healing Circle
Crisis intervention services, advocacy and ongoing support and educational services. Business phone: 503-288-8177   Crisis line: 503-318-5213

Listen to Kids
School-based prevention programs, support groups and home visits for families leaving domestic violence situations. 503-280-1388

ROSS (Russian Oregon Social Services) 
Services for Russian speakers 503-777-3437  

SARC (Sexual Assault Resource Center) 503-640-5311 
Crisis line, advocacy support at the hospital and with law enforcement, support groups, counseling, clothing. 

West Women's and Children's Shelter
Emergency food, shelter and clothing; counseling, referrals and assistance, children's services 503-239-1254

Government Agencies:

Portland Police

Oregon Department of Justice, Crime Victims Assistance Section

Multnomah County Commission on Children and Families

National Resources:

Love is Not Abuse

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Network to End Domestic Violence

Center For Disease Control & Prevention - National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

Futures Without Violence 

Sexual Assault Resources by State

Domestic Violence Resources by State

Stalking Resources by State