Discussion in 'Oregon' started by imamaze, Nov 4, 2008.
Links to advocates & Crime Victim Resources. Also Domestic and Family Violence Resources
Crime Victims United of Oregon--A fabulous advocacy group for those touched by crime, very victim friendly, lobbies for tough crime laws....tireless!!
Talk to Steve Doell and tell him Shelley recommended him.
Oregon Victim Assistance Programs
Crime Victims' Services
■Address Confidentiality Program
■County / City Programs
■Crime Victims' Compensation
■Crime Victims' Rights
■Post-Conviction Victim Advocacy Program
■Recovery Act (VAWA & VOCA) Grant Programs
■Sexual Assault Services Program Formula Grant (SASP)
■State Grant Programs
■Victim Services Directory
■Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Program
■Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
Oregon Victims Rights
Crime Victims' Rights
Rights Request Form and other Materials
Services for Crime Victims
Crime Victims' Compensation Program
Address Confidentiality Program
Adult Criminal and Juvenile Justice Systems
When You Think Your Rights Weren't Honored
County District Attorney Offices
Law Enforcement Agencies
Post-Conviction Victim Advocacy Program
Oregon Domestic Violence Resources
State of Oregon - Domestic Violence
With the terrible tragedies of domestic violence and murder-suicides that have been in the news in Oregon recently, many people have been asking how they can help. If you are a victim of any kind of domestic violence, there is help available. Also, the Oregon Alliance to End Violence Against Women has put together some information on how everyone in the community can get involved.
For more information...
Get help now
If you are experiencing an emergency, please call your local emergency phone number. In most communities you should dial 911.
If you are in immediate need of a domestic violence shelter contact the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual violence at
1 (800) 622-3782 or look under Crisis in your phone book.
Oregon guide to domestic violence services
This directory contains organizations in the State of Oregon
which provide assistance to women in domestic violence
situations. The available resources can be accessed by
county or by city.
Resources for Domestic Violence Victims
How to Recognize Domestic Violence
Healthy relationships should be characterized by freedom, safety and equality. Domestic violence can occur in intimate relationships from all walks of life. The most common victims of domestic violence are women and their children.
Many times it is difficult to tell if your relationship is abusive. Domestic violence results from an abuse of power.
As defined by the Oregon Governors Council on Domestic Violence, it is a pattern of coercive behavior used by one person to control and subordinate another in an intimate relationship. These behaviors include physical, sexual, psychological, and economic abuse."
When the abuser learns that violence is an effective way of gaining control, his/her actions may intensify. Domestic abuse may begin with domination and control, but can escalate to assault, rape and even murder.
Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Domestic Violence Resource Center
Resources by state on violence against women
Below is a list of resources for women who have experienced abuse.
If you do not find your state in this list, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) for assistance in locating programs in your area. You can reach the NDVH at 800-799-SAFE (7233) or TDD 800-787-3224.
Organizations are listed by state. The District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are also included. Click on any state name to jump to its organizations. Click any organization name for program and contact information.
Victim Resources and Links
Separate names with a comma.