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We are very excited to announce that we have changed our name to Hope and Safety Alliance. For 44 years we have worked to end domestic violence. We changed laws, we helped create new systems of support, we advocated for protection of women and children, and we provided shelter to thousands of survivors. Hope and Safety Alliance builds on the legacy of the fierce women who, insaw a need to create Womenspace to focus on this vital work.Inside Dakota Johnson's Serene Hollywood Home - Open Door - Architectural Digest
We provide safety — not only the tools that allow a survivor to stay safe, gain strength and plan their future, but also the space for all survivors to feel safe and welcome. We are committed to alliances — to build and sustain connections in our community to further our anti-violence, anti-oppression and anti-racist work.
We know we can do better to ensure that anyone living in fear and abuse feels safe and welcome here.
The legacy of creating safe harbor for so many women has paved the way for providing hope and safety for all survivors: women, men, trans, and gender diverse folx. We acquired a new safehouse this month with more room, a very large kitchen, huge yard and play area, space for pets and lots of room for possibility and change.
Hope and Safety Alliance is the natural evolution to the work that has been done over the last 44 years — please us in creating a new legacy. Together we can end violence in our homes and in our community. Drop-in services at the main office are by appointment, please call crisis line Until we are officially out of the pandemic, and for the safety of those still at risk or living with someone at risk, masks will be required.
Spanish and English speaking advocates are available day and night on the 24 hour crisis line and Web Chat.
We are able to accept referrals from community partners, and provide emergency services, legal services, safe housing, food and supplies, peer counseling, one on one support and transportation. Each year we serve thousands of survivors and children from our urban and rural communities in Lane County.Ghosts of Highway 20 - COMPLETE SERIES
Domestic violence does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, politics, economic position, education, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. Therefore the Hope and Safety Alliance serves all survivors.
We believe everyone has the right to a life free from violence and fear of abuse. Our work continues. Get Involved.Room of sex Eugene Oregon
email: [email protected] - phone:(468) 856-2603 x 4940