Womenspace Mission Statement:
To prevent domestic violence in intimate partner relationships in Lane County and support survivors in claiming personal power.
If you or someone you know might be in danger,
we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Crisis Line: 541-485-6513 or 1-800-281-2800
Business Office Phone: 541-485-8232
2015 Womenspace Black & White Gala
Our fourth annual Womenspace Black & White Gala will be held on May 9, 2015 at Studio 5 in Eugene, OR (2975 Chad River Drive). Tickets are $100 a person or $800 for a table of 8. Registration opens March 30. Please contact Carrie Wright for more information by phone at 541-485-8232×114 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us for a wonderful evening! Click here to see photos of last year’s event.
IT’S TAX TIME!
You can raise money for Womenspace by having H&R Block help you with your taxes! It’s easy as:
1) Take this flyer to a participating H&R Block office and give it to your tax professional. Go to hrblock.com for the nearest office.
2) If you’re a new H&R Block client, Womenspace receives $20.00!
3) Feel good knowing you helped Womenspace and got your taxes done!
Please share this flyer with your friends to help spread the word.
Did You Know?
- Every Minute: 24 women and men are victims of intimate partner violence (IPV).
- Every Day: An average of 3 women nationwide are killed by a current of former intimate partner.
For more information, take a look at our latest booklet,
“Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): What it is, How to Recognize it; What you can do about it.”
Womenspace Walk-In Services
Walk-in services at our Crisis & Support Center (1577 Pearl St.) are available from 10-3, M-F. Those seeking help for intimate partner violence situations can sit with an advocate and tell their story. Our advocates are experienced, supportive, knowledgeable, respectful, and compassionate. Please do not hesitate to come in if you think you are in an abusive relationship. We can help! Our Crisis Line is available 24/7 at 541-485-6513.
Let’s work together as a community to make Lane County a safer place to live in 2014.
What can YOU do to help end the silence?
Click here for ten ways you can support Womenspace and the survivors we serve.
Visit Employment Opportunities for the most recent position openings at Womenspace.
Visit Volunteer Opportunities for information about volunteering at Womenspace. We are currently accepting applications for our SPRING Volunteer Advocate Training beginning mid MAY 2015. Volunteers can apply at anytime during the year. Please contact us for additional information.