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Upcoming Federal Grant Opportunities

Check out the current federal funding opportunities to counter trafficking! This information, along with future funding opportunities will be posted on the Oregon Coalition COIN site for member programs in the near future. Contact Jonathan Gates, Social Media & Events Coordinator for more information about our COIN site member access.


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For information on future HHS funding, visit the HHS Grant Forecast.

For additional federal grant announcements, visit the portal.

"Predatory Sex Offender Alert" Flyers

It has come to our attention that "Predatory Sex Offender Alert" flyers with the Oregon Coalition's logo have appeared in several public locations in the Portland area. We DID NOT create or distribute this flyer, so we cannot comment on its nature or content.

If you need support or assistance regarding domestic or sexual violence issues, please call the Statewide Crisis Hotline at 1-888-235-5333.

Motivate, Create, Participate!

April 1st marks the start of Sexual Assault Awareness Month! Check out our SAAM page for posters, handouts and tipsheets to spread the knowledge about sexual assault and what we can do to end it.

Domestic Violence Counts

Domestic Violence Counts is an annual census-type survey conducted by The National Network to End Domestic Violence, which measures the scope and magnitude of domestic violence as experienced by survivors and advocates across the country.

Oregon Coalition History Project

Join us in documenting the rich history of the Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence! The Coalition’s history is your story and the story of social justice activism in communities across the state. For that reason, we are conducting oral history interviews and collecting memories from people who have made the work of the Coalition possible from its origins in the 1970s through the present.

Are you:

  • A past Coalition staff or board member?
  • A past or current DV/SA program advocate?
  • A community member or Coalition partner who has witnessed or been involved in the Coalition’s work?
As the backbone of the grassroots social justice movement, your story deserves to become part of the historical record. Please contact historian Chloe Massarello directly at