Domestic Violence Support, Links, and Services

Bradley-Angle House 

The Bradley-Angle Provides emergency shelter and options for healing to women and children escaping domestic violence. A 24-hour crisis line is a resource for everyone and all services at Bradley-Angle House are confidential.

Domestic Violence Resource Center 

The Domestic Violence Resource Center, located in Hillsboro, strives to eliminate domestic violence in all its forms and empower communities to become safer by delivering effective services, raising public awareness, and providing expertise. We envision a region comprising of communities that are safe, have zero tolerance for domestic violence, uphold the right to live free from violence at home, and empower everyone to pursue their life goals in self-respect, dignity, and peace.

El Programa Hispano - Project UNICA 

Project UNICA's goal is to provide support, advocacy, and opportunity for self-empowerment, enabling survivors to exercise free and informed life choices. Project UNICA operates the UNICA Crisis Line, the first Crisis Line in Spanish in Multnomah County.

The Gateway Center    

The Gateway Center strives to prevent and reduce the impact of intimate partner violence and its subsequent trauma by providing comprehensive, survivor-centered advocacy and services within a welcoming and culturally sensitive environment.              

Men’s Resource Center  

Portland's Men's Resource Center offers counseling for men individually, with their partner or family, and in groups. Common issues addressed include relationship problems, depression, life transitions, lack of focus or direction, recovery from childhood abuse and anger, and domestic abuse.

Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinator's Office  

The Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinator provides the community with a resource for the prevention and intervention of domestic violence. As a community resource, the Coordinator provides information, consultation, and technical assistance to community groups who want to address this important issue. The Coordinator is the staff person to the Family Violence Coordinating Council, which acts as a coordinating body for domestic violence intervention.

Raphael House of Portland Crisis Line 

Raphael House of Portland has been offering shelter to women and children fleeing domestic violence since 1977. Each year, more than 300 women and children access shelter, food, clothing, transportation, support groups, and individual support at our Hedco Emergency Shelter, and more than 3,500 people are served by our in-house crisis line.

National Domestic Violence Hotline 

Help is available to callers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish, with access to more than 140 languages through interpreter services.

Native American Family Healing Circle  

The Native American Family Healing Circle supports families impacted by domestic and sexual violence by providing advocacy, referrals, and support groups. We work with local programs to facilitate safety planning and placement, provide transportation and emergency hotel vouchers, and assure the practice of culturally relative services. We also provide assistance with filling out and filing Temporary Restraining Orders and Child Custody Orders, as well as with housing and benefit issues.

Salvation Army West Women’s and Children’s Shelter 

The mission of The Salvation Army West Women’s and Children’s Shelter is to intervene in the lives of homeless and abused women and children, providing opportunities for self-sufficiency through shelter and support services.

South Asian Women’s Empowerment and Resource Alliance 

The South Asian Women's Empowerment and Resource Alliance provides free and confidential culturally sensitive services to South Asian women and children victims of domestic violence in the greater Portland area.