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CALL TO SAFETY
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
Provides information and referral, advocacy and safety planning, and transportation from danger to safety. Transportation is limited and dependent on funding.

Pre-screens and provides referrals for a Safety and Stabilization Assessment (SSA), which is required before accessing most direct domestic violence services.

Note: Also serves as an entry point into Multnomah County's Domestic Violence System's Coordinated Access Program.
PO Box 42610
Portland, OR 97242
Eligibility: Survivor of domestic and/or sexual violence, stalking, human trafficking, and/or sex industry work, and their supportive family and friends. Domestic and/or sexual violence must have occurred within the last six months. Serves all ages and genders.
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
ANGEL FLIGHT WEST
Arranges free, non-emergency air travel for children and adults within the 13 western states. Types of missions flown include medical transport, special needs camps, domestic violence relocation, assistance for military personnel, blood/organ/tissue donations, disaster response, and transplant recipients. Missions also cover compassion-related reasons including but not limited to travel to provide care for an ill family member or friend and travel to visit a seriously or terminally ill family member.
3161 Donald Douglas Loop S
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Eligibility: -Must be ambulatory and in financial need
-Distance of travel is 1000 miles maximum
-Must submit request at least 7 days in advance and have physician's medical release to travel

Requests for compassion flights are accepted on a case-by-case basis.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
HEART OF GRANT COUNTY
Provides a crisis line, short-term emergency shelter, confidential walk-in center, peer counseling, transportation, temporary safe housing and access to transitional housing, support groups, medical and legal advocacy, outreach and education regarding domestic violence and sexual assault.
115 NW Bridge Street
John Day, OR 97845
Eligibility: Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
Hours: Crisis line and shelter: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
Office: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and by appointment
ILLINOIS VALLEY SAFE HOUSE ALLIANCE
SURVIVOR ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Provides a range of advocacy and support to survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault. Services include crisis intervention, court and medical accompaniment, peer advocacy, support groups, assistance with locating financial help, assistance with restraining and stalking orders, children's summer program, community education, referrals to meet emergency needs, and emergency shelter.
103 S Kerby Avenue
Cave Junction, OR 97523
Eligibility: Survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 9am-5pm, Wednesday/Friday 9am-11am
LAKE COUNTY CRISIS CENTER
LAKE COUNTY CRISIS CENTER (LCCC)
Provides advocacy, protective order assistance, emergency sheltering, safety planning, court and medical/hospital accompaniment, referrals, support groups, and crisis line.
726 N 1st Street
Lakeview, OR 97630
Eligibility: Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, human trafficking, and/or elder abuse
Hours: Office: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
Crisis Line: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
STATION 7
SAFE PLACE
Safe Place is a network of businesses, fire stations and Lane Transit District (LTD) buses that provide youth in crisis with immediate help. Youth can go to any Safe Place site, designated by a black and yellow sign on the outside of the building or bus, and say they need a "safe place." An employee at the site will call Looking Glass Station 7, an emergency shelter where staff will dispatch a trained volunteer to transport the youth to the shelter.
931 W 7th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97402
Eligibility: Youth ages 11-17 in a crisis, non-medical emergency situation
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
NATIONAL RUNAWAY SAFELINE
Provides anonymous and confidential crisis intervention, information and referral, message delivery, and conference services for homeless and runaway youth. Free bus rides home to qualified youth up to age 21 via Greyhound's Home Free Program.

Also provides crisis intervention and support to parents and guardians of at-risk youth.
3141B N Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657
Eligibility: Ages 12-21 and their families. Some restrictions apply for the Home Free program.
Hours: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
THE HARBOR
Provides domestic violence and sexual abuse advocacy, which includes: a 24-hour crisis line, a drop-in center, emergency response, shelter, transportation, and support groups for survivors. Also provides community education on intimate partner violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Supports pregnant and newly parenting mothers who do not feel safe in their relationships.

Advocates are able to travel and meet with survivors in safe public locations throughout Clatsop County in emergency situations.
801 Commercial Street
Lower Level
Astoria, OR 97103
Eligibility: Age 14 and older
Hours: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 9am-4pm, Wednesday 9am-noon
Hotline and crisis advocacy: 24 hours per day / 7 days per week
CALL TO SAFETY
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
HEART OF GRANT COUNTY
HEART OF GRANT COUNTY
ILLINOIS VALLEY SAFE HOUSE ALLIANCE
SURVIVOR ADVOCACY AND SUPPORT SERVICES
LAKE COUNTY CRISIS CENTER
LAKE COUNTY CRISIS CENTER (LCCC)
LOOKING GLASS COMMUNITY SERVICES
SAFE PLACE
THE HARBOR
THE HARBOR