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Clackamas Women's Services
Family Support & Community ServicesMedical & Health Care Services
In 1985, Clackamas Women’s Services grew out of neighbors opening their homes and sharing what they had in hopes of building a safer community for families. Since then, we’ve grown beyond shelter to offer a wide range of services for anyone experiencing domestic and sexual violence, from initial crisis to long-term healing. We continue the legacy of working with survivors, community members, emergency responders, partner organizations, and businesses to build communities that honor and support survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Clackamas Women’s Services helps individuals and families experiencing and healing from domestic and sexual violence, child and elder abuse, stalking, dating violence, and trafficking. Serving more than 10,000 adults and children annually, trauma-informed supports include our Village emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis and support line, housing solutions, mental health counseling, youth violence prevention education, and more. Our programs and services are free, confidential, available in multiple languages, and with any accommodations needed. Support is available to people of all ages, gender identifications, sexual orientations, or immigration status to ensure anyone escaping violence can access the resources they deserve.