COVID-19 UPDATE May 1 2020:
We’re still here to help! Though our building is closed to the public for now, we are still available and providing services remotely.
You can reach us Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm and Friday 8am – 1pm by phone at (503) 655-8600.
Confidential advocates are also available 24/7 (503) 654-2288.
If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
Since 2013, A Safe Place Family Justice Center has been helping individuals and families by providing support and safety planning for anyone experiencing family violence, sexual violence, stalking, or abuse against older adults and people with disabilities. Our trained and compassionate professionals from over nine agencies are available to meet with you by appointment or by walking into A Safe Place.
If you are in immediate danger, call 911.
If you need immediate help, call the Clackamas Women’s Services 24-hour crisis line at 503-654-2288.
A Safe Place offers advocacy, culturally-specific services, safety planning, counseling, support groups, legal support, law enforcement support, and other services and resources.
The one-stop, drop-in model makes it easy for participants to have immediate access to a wide range of services on site. Survivors are able to select the services of their choice and then partner agencies coordinate a response that increases survivor’s safety.
About Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is a pattern of coercive behavior used by one person to control another in an intimate relationship. Domestic violence includes physical, sexual, economic and/or verbal or emotional abuse.