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The 2013 edition of Oregon's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report is now available for viewing. This report includes a wide variety of incidents that take place in the context of a family or household. We track incidents involving roommates, care providers, people related by blood or marriage including extended family, current and former intimate partners, the extended family of current and former intimate partners, and cases of prostitution (covered under the term intimate partner).
Congratulations to this year's Midori Hamilton Award and PASSION Award recipients, recognized during our 2014 Annual Conference! The Coalition expresses its immense gratitude for the winners' and all advocates' tireless dedication and ongoing efforts to make Oregon a safer, more just and empowering place.
Nancy Greenman, Prevention Program Coordinator at the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force and the 2014 winner of the Coalition's Midori Hamilton Award.
The 2014 winners of the Coalition's PASSION Award (from left to right):
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.
Department of Health & Human Services
Department of Justice
For information on future HHS funding, visit the HHS Grant Forecast.
For additional federal grant announcements, visit the Grants.gov portal.
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.