The mission of Clackamas Women’s Services is to break the isolation of domestic and sexual violence by offering comprehensive solutions for adults and children escaping domestic and sexual violence, sexual exploitation and trafficking, and elder abuse throughout the Portland area.
Bottom Line for Portland
Last year, CWS provided over 1,500 survivors and their families with wraparound emergency, transitional and long-term support and services, including shelter and housing resources, a 24/7 crisis line, mental health counseling, support groups, youth violence prevention education, and Camp HOPE Oregon (for children whose lives are impacted by family violence).
First 30 donors receive $5 certificate from Kyra’s Bake Shop. Raffles for donations of $25 (Portland Timbers ball), $50 (Domaine Roy & Fils wine), $100 (stay at Inn at Red Hills). In addition, NW Natural will match the first 10 gifts of $100 or more for up to $1,000.
“Clackamas Women’s Services Village didn’t feel like a shelter—it felt like a home. It was a place for me to get my family away from my abusive partner and realize that the cycle of violence is breakable.” —Beth, survivor and past shelter resident