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The City of Portland, Oregon

Police Bureau

Sworn to protect. Dedicated to serve.

Phone: 503-823-0000

Non-Emergency: 503-823-3333

1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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Community Resources

Portland and Multnomah County

Bradley-Angle House  

El Programa Hispano 

The Gateway Center

Healing Roots Village

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization's (IRCO) Refugee and Immigrant Family Strengthening Program (RIFS)

Native American Youth and Family Center

Raphael House

Portland Women's Crisis Line

Russian Oregon Social Services

South Asian Women’s Empowerment and Resource Alliance 

Volunteers of America

West Women and Children’s Shelter

Yolanda House


Beaverton and Washington County

Sexual Assault Resource Center

Hillsboro and Washington County

Domestic Violence Resource Center

Vancouver, Washington and Clark County

YWCA Clark County Sexual Assault Program



Department of Human Services 

Child Welfare


Chehalis, Washington and Lewis County
Human Response Network

Dallas and Polk County
Sable House

Hood River and Hood River County
Helping Hands Against Violence

Oregon City and Clackamas County
Clackamas Women's Services

Tillamook and Tillamook County
Tillamook County Women's Resource Center

Astoria and Clatsop County
The Harbor

Corvallis and Benton and Linn Counties
Center Against Rape and DV

Newport and Lincoln County
My Sister's Place

Warm Springs and Jefferson County

Confederated Tribe of Warm Springs Victims’ of Crime Service Office




Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Professional Resources

End Violence Against Women International

International Association of Chiefs of Police

Joyful Heart Foundation

Manhattan DA's Office

Mending the Sacred Hoop

National Alliance to End Sexual Violence

National Center for Victims of Crime

National Institute of Justice

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Rape Abuse Incest National Network

Resource Sharing Project

Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault

Stop It Now!


College Sex Assaults

Portland State University

Responding to Campus Sexual Assault

End Rape on Campus

Not Alone: Together Against Sexual Assault


Legal Services 

Victim Rights Law Center

Oregon Crime Victims Law Center

National Crime Victims Law Center


Resources for male survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.

The Bristlecone Project

1in6 The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives.

Father's Touch A website about Donald D'Haene's memoir detailing his experience of sexual abuse in a seemingly traditional and strongly religious family in rural southwestern Ontario.

Dr. Richard Gartner's Web Site for Male Victims of Sexual Abuse Read about his book, Betrayed as Boys, and learn of other resources.

From Darkness to Light A resource for child survivors of rape and sexual assault.

Hope for Healing Male Rape. Yes, men can be victimized. No, it does not mean you are weak. A listing of web resources for male survivors.

Male Survivor In October of 1988 the first professional Conference on Male Sexual Victimization was held in Minneapolis. This ground-breaking conference, organized by a few dedicated mental health providers, brought together professionals who wanted to better understand and treat adult male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

Male to Male Child Sexual Abuse in the Context of Homophobia An article by Kali Munro, M.Ed., Psychotherapist.

National Organization on Male Sexual Victimization Dedicated to a safe world, we are an organization of diverse individuals committed through research, education, advocacy, and activism to the prevention, treatment and elimination of all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men.

No Escape  Male Rape in US Prisons: Human Rights Watch undertook three years of research to expose the problem of male rape in U.S. prisons. The resulting 378-page report is based on information from over 200 prisoners spread among thirty-four states, some of whom were interviewed personally, as well as an exhaustive survey of state prison authorities.

The Sexual Abuse of Males Jim Hopper. PhD is a psychologist and for over 15 years a researcher and a therapist for men and women subjected to unwanted sexual experiences and other forms of abuse in childhood. He has published this site as a way to help those looking for resources on the sexual abuse of boys and the lasting effects of childhood sexual abuse in the lives of men.

Stop Prisoner Rape (SPR)  A national 501 (c) (3) human rights organization, Stop Prisoner Rape (SPR) seeks to end sexual violence against men, women, and youth in all forms of detention. Through education, outreach, and advocacy, SPR confronts indifference and combats the causes of prisoner rape. Resources  Resources for male survivors of sexual assault including links, books, and videos.