Report child abuse by calling 1-855-503-SAFE (7233), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You can also report child abuse by calling a local police department, county sheriff, county juvenile department, or Oregon State Police.
For children who have experienced physical or sexual abuse, neglect, andor exposure to domestic violence. Spanish-speaking staff available.
2800 N. Vancouver Ave. Ste. 201, Portland, OR 97227. Medical Building 1 across from Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
Call to report possible child abuse that has taken place in a licensed childcare facility, to check compliance and complaint history, and to check criminal history registry. Spanish and Russian-speaking staff.
Free parent support groups available to anyone in parenting role. Groups co-led by parents and a professional facilitator trained in evidence-based, child abuse prevention Parents Anonymous model, specialized parent support groups for men and women in recovery from substance abuse and who may have had involvement with Department of Human Services Child Welfare. Parent Mentor program, peer mentoring to parents impacted by addiction involved with DHS-Child Welfare system.
855-427-2736 (National Parent Helpline)
Free victim recovery groups for women who have or are experiencing domestic abuse. Domestic violence intervention groups and parenting for both men and women (fees apply), open to voluntary and court order clients.
Serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Offers a 24-hour crisis line, safety planning and emotional support, information, and referral for survivor services and emergency housing, local and long-distance danger-to-safety transportation assistance, follow up advocacy and case management, free support groups. Language line service for any language, community outreach, and education
503-235-5333 (Crisis Line)
1-888-235-5333 (Toll-Free Crisis Line)
Provides survivors of domestic violence with free and bilingual services for prevention, intervention, and empowerment including protective order advocacy, professional counseling, confidential shelter, safety planning, resource referrals and community trainings. In addition, free counseling for child survivors of domestic violence, ages 5 to 18 are available.
(503) 469-8620 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
Supports voluntary dialogue in a safe setting between survivors and offenders of domestic violence who are qualified candidates and have no previous relationship with each other. Sessions are moderated by a male and female facilitator team. Participants may be accompanied by a support person. Survivor Impact Panel: a panel of domestic violence survivors speak about the effects of abuse.
Domestic violence advocacy line in English and Spanish with interventions, housing and legal support.
503-232-4448 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
A day shelter and community center serving women, children, and gender non-conforming folks experiencing poverty, trauma, and intersecting issues. Advocacy and community resource referral, goal planning, clothing, hygiene items, showers, mailing address, voice mailbox, and classes.
627 NW 18th Ave., Portland, OR 97209
Advocates on-call to meet survivors at the hospital for support through physical exam, police report, and legal process. Advocates provide legal and law enforcement accompaniment, information and referral. Free mental health services, individual counseling (in English and Spanish), support groups for survivors (adult and teen groups) and friends and family of survivors in English. Services available to both adolescent and adult survivors of sexual violence.
(503) 640-5311 (24-Hour Crisis Line)
4900 SW Griffith Dr. Ste. 100, Beaverton, OR 97005