Community-based services are available at our drop-in center which is located at 1902 Second Street in Tillamook, Oregon. This program is a vital component in a comprehensive service system for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking -- especially for those who still live with their abusers and for those who have left the relationship but who can benefit from support and advocacy services.
Through the community-based program, advocates provide comprehensive services to victims and their children. Services are provided free of charge. The primary goals are to:
Ensure a victim's safety.
Help victims understand the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence.
Assist victims in identifying and dealing with their safety and circumstances by exploring available options to help them improve their situation.
Provide practical information regarding resources.
Support and promote a victim's ability to make his/her own choices.
Safety assessment and planning, including helping the victim develop his/her own safety plan;
Comprehensive case management;
Referrals to medical and social services;
Referrals and advocacy in obtaining housing resources, including relocation assistance and emergency shelter;
Assistance in completing a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO);
Individual counseling for adult and youth survivors and for child witnesses to domestic violence