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Get help for a domestic violence situation during COVID-19
For immediate crisis services:
Call to Safety: 503.235.5333
El Programa Hispano Proyecto UNICA: 503.232.4448
For restraining order support:
Volunteer of America Oregon Home Free Restraining Order Hotline: 503.802.0506
The Gateway Center 503.988.6400
For emergencies, please call 911.
Due to COVID-19 The Gateway Center is not accepting walk-ins at this time. Instead, please call 503-988-6400 during regular business hours for one-on-one support with experienced advocates who will help you develop a personal plan and connect you with other services.
At this time, the Multnomah County Circuit Court is accepting applications for restraining orders in person at the downtown Multnomah County Courthouse (1021 SW 4th Ave) until September 29th, 2020. Starting in October 2020, restraining order applications will be processed at the new Central Courthouse (1200 SW 1st Ave). You can also file applications for restraining orders remotely in coordination with Gateway Center advocates. Our advocates can help you navigate the restraining order process and paperwork over the phone.
You may also call our 24-hour crisis lines (Call to Safety and Proyecto UNICA). For emergencies, please call 911.
Dial Call to Safety at 503-235-5333 or toll-free at 1-888-235-5333 if you are not experiencing an emergency, but need to talk to someone immediately.
Línea de Crisis 503-232-4448. Línea de Crisis 24 horas sin costo 1-888-232-4448. Los servicios que se ofrecen a las sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica y/o asalto sexual incluyen:
- Línea de crisis en español disponible 24 horas al día
- Manejo de casos y abogacía
- Grupos de Apoyo en español
- Apoyo a los padres/madres
- Educación a la comunidad
- Asistencia en la petición de órdenes de restricción y de acecho