The Crisis & Support Center at Womenspace is a safe place for any adult who is dealing with the issues of domestic/intimate partner violence. At the center, trained staff and volunteers answer questions and assist clients and friends and family members.
Womenspace believes that each person has the right to lead a life free from violence and fear of abuse. All people have the desire and capacity to control their own lives.
The center offers the following services:
- Referrals & Information
- Peer Counseling
- Support Groups
- Restraining & Stalking Order Assistance
- Legal Advocacy
- Safety Planning
- Case Management
- Queer Alliance Advocacy
- Spanish Speaking Advocates
- Career Counseling
We strive to improve the economic, work, and career development of intimate partner violence survivors. We have offered community- and research-based individual and group career counseling services for the past 10 years in collaboration with the University of Oregon and other community stakeholders. For more information about the ACCESS program services please visit the program website at http://www.access-dv.org/ or look us up on Facebook – Domestic Violence Survivors Support. Survivors can call our advocacy center at any time to schedule an individual appointment with a career counselor or sign up for a career support group.
Contact the Crisis & Support Center today by calling (541) 485-8232.