What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence is a pattern of assault and coercive behaviors that batterers use in relationships to gain power and control over their intimate partners. It’s never okay! There is help for you or your loved one. Contact us for referrals, or call one of the many agencies that provide direct support to survivors in our area.
- Danger Assessment
- Local Domestic Violence Resources
- Domestic Violence Resource Manual
- Domestic Violence Resource Manual for Vulnerable Adults
News and Announcements
- May 14, 2013, 2-5 pm | Culturally Specific Services Panel (Part 2 of 2) | Each three hour class costs $30 (individual/nonprofit/student) or $60 (government/for-profit). To register, please email Choya Adkison-Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org, and provide your full name, email, phone, mailing address – and which session you plan to attend.
- South Asian Women’s Empowerment Resource Alliance (SAWERA) – Pramila Paranjape
- Self Enhancement Inc (SEI) – Nick Gallo
- Russian Oregon Social Services (ROSS) – Evelina Kurilenko: Russian community, culture and traditions; ROSS program and services.
- El Programa Hispano, Proyecto UNICA – Claire Barrera