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  • DHS Guide to Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services

    Information and services for domestic violence survivors, including shelters, safe homes and counseling, throughout Oregon. Content Detail

    By:
    Oregon Department of Human Services
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline

    The National Domestic Violence Hotline creates access by providing 24-hour support through advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope to everyone affected by domestic violence. 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) 1.800.787.3224 (TTY) Anonymous & Confidential Help 24/7. Content Detail

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    National Domestic Violence Hotline
  • Oregon Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Resources

    Domestic violence and sexual assault programs in Oregon. Content Detail

    By:
    Oregon Coalition against Domestic and Sexual Violence
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    Spanish / Español
  • Telephone Assistance Program For Those At Significant Risk of Abuse

    A link to information on how those at significant risk of abuse can avoid having their telephone service disconnected--even after falling behind on telephone bills. For more information, call the Oregon Public Utility Commission at 1-800-522-2404. Content Detail

  • Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)

    The Address Confidentiality Program enables victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking to keep their residential address information confidential. The program is designed to prevent offenders from using state and local government records to locate their victims. Content Detail

    By:
    Oregon Department of Justice
  • Getting Help in Other States

    How to find help and domestic violence resources in other states. Content Detail

    By:
    National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Know the Laws: Oregon

    Learn about laws that help survivors at www.WomensLaw.org. Includes access to forms and information about Federal, Oregon, Tribal and Religious laws that affect survivors. Content Detail

    By:
    National Network to End Domestic Violence, Inc.
  • Legal Aid Offices in Oregon

    Directory of legal aid service providers in Oregon. Search alphabetically or by county. Content Detail

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    Legal Services
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  • Multnomah County Domestic & Sexual Violence Coordination Office

    Community resource for survivors and advocates. Read More

    By:
    Multnomah County DHS
  • Need a Lawyer in Oregon?

    You can contact the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service for help in finding a lawyer in your area. Includes the "Modest Means" program. Content Detail

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    Oregon State Bar - Lawyer Referral Service
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  • OJD Family Law Website

    The Oregon Judicial Department (OJD) Family Law Website provides information about family law services and resources in Oregon, and offers statewide forms for use in family law proceedings. The website includes information, forms and resources for domestic violence, stalking, and elder abuse survivors. Content Detail

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    Oregon Judicial Department
  • Oregon DHS Branch Offices

    A link to a DHS (Department of Human Services) page with further links to help you find DHS offices throughout Oregon. These offices provide services for the following programs: TANF, JOBS Program, General Assistance, TA-DVS Temporary Assistance, Oregon Health Plan, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps), Child Protective Services. Content Detail

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    Oregon Department of Human Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • VINE - Victim Notification About Offenders

    VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is an automated service that lets you track the custody status of offenders in jail or prison. By calling the toll-free number or visiting VINE's site, you can find out the custody status of an offender. You can also register to be notified by phone and email if the custody status of an offender changes. Content Detail

    By:
    Oregon Department of Justice - Crime Victims' Services
  • What Do You Need to Be Safe?

    Information about domestic violence and about assistance that DHS can provide to help you leave an abusive situation. Content Detail

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    Oregon Department of Human Services
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    Spanish / Español