HAVEN from Domestic & Sexual Violence
Sponsored by INB
Crisis Line 541-298-4789
420 E. 3rd The Dalles, OR 97058
HAVEN’s mission is to “provide safe and supportive services to those affected by interpersonal and sexual violence by empowering survivors and our community through advocacy, education, and prevention.
HAVEN is the only nonprofit community-based organization providing comprehensive services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and trafficking in Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, and Wheeler Counties. HAVEN also provides services to surrounding communities along the Columbia
River Gorge and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation. The organization began in 1981 with a very small group of concerned citizens. One of the first services HAVEN offered was a 24-hour crisis-line, which continues today as vital part of our on-going safety net.
– PROGRAM OVERVIEW –
For over 36 years HAVEN has strived to provide a safe environment for survivors of domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, stalking and trafficking, and to educate the public about the issues surrounding victimization. We provide 24 hour advocacy, safety planning, and shelter screening every day of the week through our crisis line: 541-298-4789
The HAVEN office (drop-in facility) at 420 E. 3rd in The Dalles is open Monday through Friday 9am to 4pm. Individuals can meet one-on-one with advocates that are specialized and trained in; Aging and People with Disabilities, Domestic Violence that includes working with – Department of Human Services/Child Welfare and Self Sufficiency, Health & Intimate Partner Violence*, Housing/Shelter*, Legal/Court*, Sexual Assault* and Teen Advocacy*. (*Bilingual Advocate)
If you are a survivor we can offer emotional support, resources (see list to the right) as well as safe and confidential shelter.
If you have a friend, family member, or co-worker who is with an abusive partner, we can talk with you about how to best support them, as well as provide support to you.
If you are a community partner we are happy to share our knowledge of the dynamics of domestic/dating violence, sexual violence and what you can do to help create a community that supports survivors and does not tolerate abuse.
All services are free and confidential to survivors and secondary survivors of all ages and genders
24-hour Crisis Line*
Healthy Relationships Classes for Survivors of Domestic Violence*
Hospital Response for Survivors of Domestic or Sexual Assault*
Informational Presentations to Civic and Community Groups*
Information & Referral*
Out-Stationed and Mobile Advocacy*
Support Group for Survivors of Sexual Violence
Trauma Informed Counseling*
Trauma Informed Yoga Classes (including Play Therapy for Children Survivors)*
Violence Prevention Education*
– GIVING OPPORTUNITIES –
Help us meet our goal of a 120 new donors to the 120 Campaign. This allows new supporters to
HAVEN’s donor program to make a monthly repeating gift to fund our comprehensive services. It’s easy, it’s automatic, and even $10 a month can make a major impact for survivors in Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, and Wheeler Counties. Your monthly gift can be automatically charged to your credit card or bank account, or your bank can mail a monthly check. We also have needs for larger repeating financial gifts or one time donations. To sign-up today, call Tara Koch, 541-296-2065 or go to haventhedalles.org.
Sponsor all or part of a fundraising event:
An Evening with HAVEN
Gorge-us Gals Ride
A Season of Caring Annual Appeal
Holiday Programs: Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc
HAVEN accepts monetary and in-kind donations. For more information on how to give to HAVEN please like our Facebook page “HAVEN of the Columbia River Gorge” for regular donation requests from clients, call the office or go to the HAVEN website.
HAVEN volunteers may work directly with clients or support HAVEN staff in non-direct service roles. The Volunteer Training Classes are provided by HAVEN annually during spring and fall.
For more information contact
Tara Koch, Executive Director at 541.296.2065 for sponsorship/donations, or to volunteer.
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