￼Communities Inspired to SAIV
Joslyn Baker | CSEC
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, Multnomah County Collaboration Specialist
Three year collaborative project to improve local capacity to address CSEC.
address: 501 SE Hawthorne Boulevard Portland, OR 97214
phone: (503) 988-4755
Louise Bauschard | Founder and Excutive Director
Voices Set Free
Voices Set Free seeks to create an ongoing dialogue to address violence against women and children and underrepresented populations. Support groups, mentoring, grassroots advocacy and re-entry experiences are provided for incarcerated women. (Louise is the author of “Voices Set Free: Battered Women Speak from Prison” and was the 2012 recipient of the Portland Soroptomistsʼ Ruby Award.)
phone: (503) 997-8041
Tatyana Bondarchuck | Intern
Jewish Family and Child Services
Tatyana has worked with the Domestic Violence Coordination Office of Multnomah County, with ROSS as co-facilitator of “Seeking Safety” groups; at Lutheran Community Services NW (Child Abuse Intervention Program) as well as with Child Protective Services (contracted to provide services/outreach for Eastern European families.)
address: 1221 SW Yamhill #301 Portland, OR 97205
phone: (503) 226-7079
Ashley Carroll, BSW | Project Coordinator
Abuse in Later Life: Children, Youth, and Families Division, Clackamas County
Mission: to promote wellness and positive outcomes for the children and families in Clackamas County by fostering collaboration and community mobilization.
address: 2051 Kaen Road Oregon City, OR 97045
Susan Carter, Ph.D. | Chair
M.A. Program, Interdisciplinary Studies, Marylhurst University
Consultation Co-facilitator; Consultant with the Center for Partnership Studies (of which SAIV is one program) and the Caring Economy Leadership Program.
address: PO Box 261, Marylhurst, OR 97036
Desk: (503)636-8141 x3338
Rhonda Case | Portland Liaison
Spiritual Alliance to Stop Intimate Violence
Address: 130 Ogden Drive / Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: (503) 680-3125
Abby Gassama | Healing Circle, Manager
NAYA (Native American Youth and Family Center)
Healing Circle works to end the silence around the issue of domestic and sexual violence by promoting community strength, respect and balance in relationships. Services include safety planning, housing stabilization, crisis intervention, advocacy, support groups and educational services.
Phone: (503) 288-8177 x 219
Gil CdeBaca | Acting Executive Director
Los Ninos Cuentan / Children Count
Los Ninos Cuentan assists victims of domestic violence in the Latina community, offering a crisis line, support groups, parenting classes, a language and cultural exchange, financial education and business classes, and educational outreach. Works with “Casa Hogar” the only culturally specific shelter in Oregon (one of two in the US.)
Address: PO Box 1172 / Clackamas, OR 97015
Phone: (503) 974-9882
Pastor Cliff Chappell, M.Div. | Minister, Director of “Man-Up”
St. Johns All Nations Church of God in Christ
Works with men’s groups and trains clergy and lay members to intervene and prevent violence.
Address: 9486 North Buchanan Avenue Portland, OR 97203
Phone: (503) 247-8337
Ron Clark, Ph.D.
Agape Church of Christ, Minister
Educational outreach to the interfaith community about domestic violence. Offers support groups for victims/survivors and separate groups for batterers. Former member of the Attorney Generalʼs Sexual Assault Task Force.
Address: 11124 NE Halsey #635 Portland, Oregon 97220
Phone: (503) 313-5329
Rev. Jennifer Creswell
St. Luke the Physician Episcopal Church, Rector
Address: 120 SW Towle Avenue Gresham, Oregon 97080
Phone: (503) 665-9442
Rahabʼs Sisters, Secretary/Treasurer
Address: PO Box 22443 Milwaukee, OR 97269
Phone: (503) 794-8223
OAASIS: Board Member & Speakers Bureau
Member of the Attorney Generalʼs Sexual Assault Task Force and Author of Boys Donʼt Tell (book and blog)
Silent Spirits, Founder and Director
Providing training about sexual abuse prevention; messaging for public spaces Film “Silent Message” won the FBI Directorʼs Award in 2004.
Phone: (503) 941-0467
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Margaret R. Frimoth, PhD
Founder, Victory Over Child Abuse (VOCA) Camps
(Director of “Lives in Transition” and Counseling Programs at Clatsop Community College. Instructor for Caring Economy Program, CPS). The program provides an annual camp for boys and another for girls who are survivors of child sexual abuse.
Address: 1651 Lexington Avenue Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: (503) 398-2378
ARMS (Abuse Recovery Ministry & Services) * Director of Womenʼs Services
Provides educational counseling and awareness programs to individuals faced with domestic abuse.
Address: PO BOX 663 , Hillsboro, OR 97123
Phone: (503) 846-9284
ROSS, Founder and Director (Russian Oregon Social Services, a program of EMO)
Provides direct services to victims of DV and their children within the Russian speaking community as well as education and outreach.
Address: 4033 SE Woodstock Boulevard Portland, Oregon 97202
Sr. Carol Higgins, M.Div.
Director of University Ministries, Religious Studies Department
Marylhurst University, Marian Hall.
Phone: (503) 534-4066
Website: http://www.marylhurst.edu/academics/schools-colleges-departments/college-arts- sciences/religious-studies/faculty/carol-higgins.html
Cory Jewell Jensen, M.S. CCSOT
Co-Director, Center for Behavioral Intervention
Cory Jewell Jensen, M.S. is the Co-Director of the Center for Behavioral Intervention in Beaverton, Oregon. She has worked with adult sex offenders and their families for 30 years and provided training and consultation to The National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, The United States Navy, the US Marshallʼs Office, the NYPD Special Victimʼs Unit, the National Child Advocacy Center and a number of Faith based organizations. Ms. Jensen served as the Executive Director for the international professional/research organization, the association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), chaired two of ATSAʼs International Research and Treatment Conferences, served as President of the Oregon Chapter of ATSA and chaired the Offender Management Committee attached to the Oregon Attorney Generalʼs Sexual Assault Task Force. She is an instructor for Portland State Universityʼs Child Welfare Training Institute and provides training at Oregonʼs police academy (DPSST). She has published a number of articles related to sex offender treatment, risk management, and child abuse prevention, been the recipient of numerous awards, testified as an expert witness in local and federal courts and been a featured guest on radio talk shows and the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Address: 4345 SW 109th Beaverton, OR 97005
Phone: (503) 644-2772
Catholic Charities, El Programa Hispano Project UNICA, Program Manager
Provides support, advocacy and assistance to survivors of intimate violence within the Latina community in the Portland Metro area.
Address: 2740 SE Powell #7 Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (503) 688-2630
OAASIS, Oregon Abuse Advocates and Victims in Service Assistant Director
Address: PO Box 2161 Portland, OR 97208
India Jensen Kerr
Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, Beaverton
“Safe and Healthy Congregations” Team Member / Faith Trust Institute Training 2012. Our group is a point of contact for educating our congregation about domestic and sexual violence prevention and to promote health relationships.
Phone: (503) 860-5377
ROBES (Russian Old Believer Enhancement Services)
Longtime leader in Portland around DV issues, especially in the ROB community. Outreach Coordinator for the Portland Police Review/Auditor.
Patrick J. Lemmon
Member of the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force
Consultant & Trainer (Former Director/Founder of Men Against Rape in D.C.)
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon/ Executive Director (contact Jenny Pratt at EMO)
(other EMO Staff: Howard Kenyon, OAASIS member and Jan Elfers, SAIV supporter)
Address: 0245 SW Bancroft Street Suite B Portland, OR 97239
Shanya Luther, M.Div., MSW.
Founder and Director: Among Friends: Social-Sexual Support Services
Offering services to developmentally disabled individuals referred by the State.
Address: 1675 SW Marlow, Suite 303 Portland, OR 97225
Lee Ann Mead
Founder, Director: Sparks of Hope
Sparks of Hope was founded two years ago to empower children who are survivors of physical or sexual abuse to thrive, by providing special services to encourage hope and by creating opportunities such as support groups and camps that will foster trust and healing so that they can achieve life-long success.
Address: 1819 SW FIfth Avenue #303 Portland, Oregon 97201
Phone: (503) 592-0096
Partnership for Safety and Justice/ Crime Survivors Program Director
Address: 825 NE 20th Suite 250 Portland, OR 97232
Director: Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordination Office
he Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinatorʼs Office acts as a community resource for prevention of and intervention in domestic violence by providing information, consultation, and technical assistance to community groups who want to address this important issue.
Address: 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd Portland, OR 97214
Phone: (503) 988-4113
OAASIS, Executive Director
Oregon Abuse Advocates and Survivors in Service (OAASIS) is a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to increasing public awareness of the realities of childhood sexual abuse, to supporting and empowering survivors of such abuse, and to advocating for strong public policies and laws aimed at preventing it.
Address: PO Box 2161 Portland, OR 97208
SAWERA: South Asian Womenʼs Empowerment & Resource Alliance
SAWERA is dedicated to serving women and children in abusive relationships and offers culturally sensitive services to remove the stigma around domestic violence. Additionally, we join womenʼs groups around this country as catalysts for social change.
Address: PO Box 91242 Portland, Oregon 97291
Phone: (503) 641-2425
Rev. Dr. Deborah Patterson
Northwest Parish Nurse Ministries Executive Director
NPNM offers classes through out the Pacific Northwest in basic and advanced faith community nurse/health ministry studies.
Address: PO Box 2156, Salem, OR 97308
Director, Rose City NVC
(Non Violent Communications / Marshall Rosenberg) Prison Project: Batterersʼ Intervention Groups
Phone: (503) 953-0333
Corinne Bacharach Spiegel, MS, Spec.Ed.
Jewish Family and Child Service- TASK Disabilities Inclusion Specialist
Address: 1221 SW Yamhill #301 Portland, OR 97205
Phone: (503) 226-7079
Executive Director, OCADSV, Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
Address: 1737 NE Alberta Street, Suite 205 Portland, OR 97211
Phone: (503) 230-1951
Rev. Don Voeks, M.Div.
GIVE: Gresham Intimate Violence Education
GIVE offers instruction and intervention/support for perpetrators of DV, attentive to the fact that many perpetrators have a history as victims of intimate violence. Certified Batterersʼ Intervention Programs.
Address: c/o Metro Church of Christ, 1525 NE DIvision, Gresham, 97030
FAST (Fight Against Sex Trafficking): Executive Director
Address: PO Box 998 Beaverton, OR 97075
Phone: (503) 521-0222
President, Interfaith Disabilities of Oregon Member, Washington County Disabilities Council
Phone: (503) 933-2085
Multnomah County Interfaith Initiative Interfaith Coordinator
Collaboration among communities of faith, social service providers, community organizations and local governments working together to promote social justice, peace and non-violence, stewardship and sustainability and pluralism.
Address: 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, OR 97214
Phone: (503) 724-8870
Safe Families for Children, Program Coordinator
Faith communities provide respite for children whose families are in crisis.
Address: PO Box 20400 Salem, OR 97307
Phone: (503) 580-4672
Rev. Sally N. MacNichol, M.Div. PhD.
CONNECT, Co-Executive Director
CONNECT is a New York City nonprofit dedicated to preventing interpersonal nonviolence and promoting gender justice. By building partnerships with individuals and communities, CONNECT strives to help change the beliefs, behaviors and institutions that perpetuate violence. Through legal empowerment, grassroots mobilization and transformative education, CONNECT seeks to create safe families and peaceful communities.
Address: 127 W 127th St., Room 432 New York, NY 10027
Phone: 212-683-0015 x 216
Executive Director, Clackamas Womenʼs Services
We offer a range of services for women and families facing domestic and sexual violence. Our services include a shelter and a 24/7 help line, legal advocacy, housing, rural outreach, counseling, youth education and prevention, community education and culturally-specific services. Our staff of well-trained professionals offers support and advocacy to individuals and families seeking to live violence free lives.
Phone: (503) 212-2897