Sexual Assault Support Services – for survivors of past or present sexual violence.
541-343-7277 or 1-800-788-4727
Provides crisis information, referral and advocacy, follows the status of any criminal case, provides information on judicial process, help preparing for, and someone to go with you to court hearings/trials, help getting a restraining order and filling out applications for Crime Victims’ Compensation, and 24 hour crisis intervention at the request of law enforcement officials.
Works to protect children who are at risk of being harmed by child abuse or by exposure to domestic violence. This is an agency of the State of Oregon with offices in Eugene and Springfield. For more information or to report abuse call 541-686-7555. If there is an afterhours emergency, call 911 or your local police agency.
provides emergency financial assistance to survivors of domestic violence trying to escape or stay away from violence. For more information call 541-687-7373.
Provides emergency shelter for the companion animals of women at risk. 541-689-1503
A helpline and legal services for youth.
(Formerly the Child Advocacy Center) Helps lessen the trauma experienced by abused children going through the judicial process by providing a warm, child-friendly setting where children can be interviewed, receive medical exams to help criminal investigations and testify before Lane County’s specially-convened grand jury for child abuse cases. Also offers domestic violence witness intervention and support groups for caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. Call 541-682-3938 for more information.
Provides legal advocacy and representation for battered women and their children. Monday – Friday office hours are: 12:45 pm – 2:45 PM for intake, and 8:30 am to 5:00 PM for appointments and information. 376 East 11th Avenue, Eugene. 541-342-6056.
Is a global non-profit online movement utilizing Peer-2-Peer connections to promote mental wellness and prevent suicide. Their individual approach provides education, support systems and help to access mental health resources.
Investigates reports of abuse or neglect for Lane County senior citizens and adults with disabilities. Investigates cases involving individuals living in their own homes or in care facilities. Provides support and advocacy for senior citizens and adults with disabilities who are victims of abuse. For more information call 541-682-4038.
Provides crisis intervention, advocacy, support groups and other services for survivors of sexual violence – past and present. Crisis Line: 541-343-7277 or 1-800-788-4727. The drop in center is located at 591 West 19th Avenue, Eugene. The business line is 541-484-9791.
Provides emergency shelter, support groups, a transitional program, 24 hour crisis & referral line, advocacy, peer support, and assistance with restraining & stalking protective orders, safety planning, and senior support. Located at 1576 West 12th Street, Florence. Call 541-997-2816 for more information, or the Florence Area Crisis Line at 541-997-4444.
Provides a 24-hour emergency response for anyone in crisis, including a phone hotline, walk-in crisis counseling, and mobile intervention when necessary. Crisis services are open to individuals, couples, families and groups. Located at 341 E 12th Ave, Eugene. 24 hour Crisis line: 541-687-4000 or 800-422-7558.
Provides affordable and sliding scale counseling for survivors of trauma and offers supportive care and healing for individuals and families. Anxiety, depression, grief, loss, trauma and resilience. Located at 180 W. 12th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401. Or call 541-636-0885.
Resource for survivors of intimate partner violence. Provides emergency shelter for women and children, a drop-in advocacy center, support groups for women, men, and Spanish-speakers, transitional programs, rural services, and a 24-hour crisis and support line.
1577 Pearl Street Eugene, Or 97401
Main Office: 541 485 8232
Crisis/Support Line: 541 485 6513