DVRC is a non-profit agency providing free services to adult and child survivors of domestic violence within Washington County, Oregon and surrounding areas. We offer protective order advocacy, professional counseling, confidential shelter, 24-hr crisis line response, safety planning, resource referrals, and community trainings. Our Community Advocacy office is open Monday - Friday. Our counseling office is open Monday - Thursday. For more information about each of our services, please go to the specific webpage, or contact us directly.
- Please click on either English or Spanish to view our brochure: ENGLISH SPANISH
- Please click here to download our Safety Resource Card (English & Spanish)
Join the Team!
DVRC is seeking new team members!
Hillsboro Office Scheduled Closures / Oficina Hillsboro cerrado:
Closures Due to Severe Weather Notice:
This notice is to inform you of our policy regarding closures to our Hillsboro office due to weather. If the Hillsboro School District has canceled school then please note our office will not be seeing any clients. If you need a restraining or stalking order, please visit the Washington County Circuit court (across the street from our office) at the Family Law office on the 1st floor.
Este aviso es para informarle acerca de nuestra política de cerrar la oficina debido al clima. Si el Distrito Escolar de Hillsboro ha cancelado la escuela, por favor, tome nota de nuestra oficina no va a ver ningún cliente. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, por favor póngase en contacto con nosotros. Si usted necesita una orden de protección, por favor, a la corte en la oficina de derecho de familia en el primer piso te puede ayudar.
SOUTH ASIAN WOMENS EMPOWERMENT AND RESOURCE ALLIANCE
Beginning January 1, 2015, DVRC will offer culturally-specific services to immigrant communities specifically from South Asia (India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Bhutan, Fiji islands, and Afghanistan).
SAWERA, which stands for South Asian Women's Empowerment and Resource Alliance, will provide advocacy services taking into account this community's domestic violence situations under special circumstances such as immigration and visa issues, and cultural and language barriers.
We encourage the South Asian Community in Washington County to actively engage with DVRC by volunteering, donating and supporting this program.
Stay tuned for more information. If you have any specific questions about volunteering or donating, contact Aditi Vyas at 503-640-5352 OR email her at firstname.lastname@example.org