Temporary Assistance to Domestic Violence Survivors (TADVS) is administered by DHS. TADVS can help with up to $1200 in temporary financial help over a 90 day eligibility period when there is or has been a domestic violence situation. Payments are given directly to the landlord or other service provider. The program can help with housing related payments such as deposits, rents and utilities, relocation costs, replacement of personal/household items left behind when the survivor and children have fled (if items are not available from another source) such as clothing, hygiene items, and essential furniture items, and purchase of items that help address safety including new locks, motion detectors and P.O. Boxes.
245 N Main Street
Canyonville, OR 97417
Eligibility: A person fleeing domestic violence or a person trying to stay safe from domestic violence whose safety is at risk because of domestic violence or the threat of domestic violence. The person must also fit the following criteria:

-Be a parent or relative caring for a minor child or a pregnant woman
-Meet the income criteria for the program. (This program looks only at income on hand that is available to meet any emergency needs.)
-Be a resident of Oregon.
-Eligibility varies and is determined on a case by case basis, call or visit the website for more information.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-noon and 1pm-5pm
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (541) 839-6901 Main phone
  • (541) 839-6907 FAX
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Call for information
COVID-19 INFORMATION: Due to Covid-19, authorization of telephone signatures is now temporarily available. Individuals may complete their application by phone. 
INTAKE PROCEDURE: Call for information or apply at your local Self-Sufficiency Office
FEES: None
DOCUMENTS: None required at intake
LANGUAGES: English, Spanish, interpretation by arrangement
AREA SERVED: Douglas County
  • Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance * Domestic Violence Issues
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