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A restraining order is a court order to protect your physical safety. It can tell the other person to not have any contact with you, to move out of a shared house, and that they cannot have guns. The order can also list places where the other party cannot go. Restraining orders are free.Oregon provides two methods of filling out restraining order forms: Online Interview-based iForms and Paper forms.Apply for a Restraining Order and Information Getting an Attorney for your Hearing
A Stalking Order is a court order that tells a person who has made unwanted contact with you to stop this behavior and having contact with you.Apply for a Stalking Order and InformationGetting an Attorney for your Hearing
Information on domestic violence and different types of protection orders, restraining, elder and disabled, stalking, and sex abuse.
VOA Home Free – Advocates are available to help with applying for a restraining order 503-802-0506 or HOMEFREECOURT@VOAOR.ORG (8AM-4PM M-F)Gateway Center for Domestic Violence. The Gateway Center Navigators can help participants fill out restraining order applications in regards to their intimate partner violence situation and help answer questions about safety issues and concerns. Call
503.988.6400 for more information.
An elder or disabled restraining order is a court order to protect your physical safety. It can tell the other person to not have any contact with you, to move out of a shared house, and that they cannot have guns. The order can also list places where the other party cannot go. Restraining orders are free.Apply for a Restraining Order and Information
Getting an Attorney for your Hearing ResourcesElders in Action serves older adults in the Portland metro area experiencing problems with housing, healthcare, crime, abuse, and more. 503.235.5474Adult Protective Services (Multnomah County) helps protect seniors, and people with disabilities from abuse and neglect. 503.988.4450
A Sexual Abuse Protective Order is available in certain cases where a person was subjected to unwanted sexual abuse by another person who is not a family member or intimate partner.Apply for an Order and Information Getting an Attorney for your Hearing
Gateway Center for Domestic Violence
Crisis Lines, Shelters, Population specific services, Support Groups, Legal Assistance
Bradley Angle LGBTQ Program
Catholic Charities Immigration Services
Clackamas Women’s Services
Columbia County Women's Resource Center
Domestic Violence Resource Center
El Programa Hispano
The Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services Immigration Counseling Services
IRCO Refugee & Immigrant Family Strengthening Program Monika's House (Domestic Violence Resource Center)
Native American Youth & Family Center (NAYA Family Center) Healing Circle
Call to Safety
Russian Oregon Social Services
Salvation Army West Women's & Children's Shelter
SEI (Self Enhancement, Inc) SOAR (Sponsors Organized to Assist Refugees)
Volunteers of America Home Free
YWCA Domestic Violence Services Police Departments and Domestic Violence Units Portland Police BureauDomestic Violence Reduction Unit 503.988.6400Gresham Police Department
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office General Information 503.988.4300 Jail Release Information 503.988.3689
Multnomah County Department of Community Justice (Victims' Services)
Multnomah County Domestic Violence Office 503.988.5056
VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) 1.877.OR.VINE (includes information on inmates in state corrections facilities)Multnomah County District Attorney's Office Domestic Violence Unit 503.988.3222
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