We serve all individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence. In providing our services we do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, sexual/gender identification, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Our services are bilingual, culturally sensitive, close to public transportation and handicapped-accessible. Our main geographic focus is Washington County, Oregon, but many of victims and survivors we serve come from Multnomah and Clackamas Counties as well as from other Oregon counties and out of state.
- Monika’s House Shelter
- Counseling & group support
- Protective Order advocacy
- Art/play/filial children’s therapy
- Safety planning
- Survivor Empowerment Fund
Our programs address a range of issues survivors face on their way to living free from violence at home.
- 24-Hour Crisis Line
- Monika’s House Shelter, Washington County’s only emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence in imminent physical danger.
- Protective Order Advocacy Program, a legal advocacy program for those needing restraining orders, stalking protective orders, or elder/disabled abuse protective orders.
- Clinical Counseling Services, a clinical counseling and program for adults and children who have experienced domestic violence at any time in their life.
- Community Outreach, providing education, presentations, training, and other resources about domestic violence.
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