Children who are at-risk of lind a range of problems from their exposure to domestic violence get the help they need. Tell a neighbor to watch for s of violence and ask them to call the police.
The crisis and support line is staffed by trained advocates and volunteers. We may be able to provide a range of services and referrals for you and your children: emergency transportation, shelter, some emotional support and encouragement. Find a safe place and call Womenspace at or Toll Free The series aims to educate parents on the effects of domestic violence on children, how to talk to children about violence in the home, how to safety plan, and how to develop tools for parenting in the wake of trauma.
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Parents receive support that reinforces positive parenting, enabling them to feel more competent and confident in their parenting role. We are pleased to participate in local events by staffing an information table and providing support to promote available services. An evolving curriculum provides clients with an understanding of the dynamics of abuse, safety planning, relationship red flags, healthy relationships, cchat and self-empowerment.
The lessons address attitudes, opinions, and behaviors related to dating abuse and healthy relationships. They participate in fun, structured skill-building caht deed to foster self-esteem, self-awareness, creativity and self-expression.
All our advocacy services and many of our group activities are offered in both English and Spanish. A restraining order freee the abuser from contacting you. Support Groups: There are support groups on some evenings and afternoons each week.
for a list of publications provided by Womenspace in both Spanish and English. Children and Youth Services The Womenspace Children and Youth Services program promotes the safety and well-being of children and meets the needs of each family. It is the pattern phine multiple tactics and repeated events that contribute to the trauma survivors experience. Access to shelter is through the hour crisis and support line or meeting with an advocate.
You can speak with an Advocate who will help you learn about the services and resources that are available to you. Referrals are necessary, please see an advocate or call the Crisis and Support Line at The Safehouse provides a dedicated Kidspace, a safe indoor and outdoor area for resident children. All calls free confidential. You can choose to leave or stay with an abusive person. The Safehouse is wheelchair accessible and open to survivors of all genders and identities.
Have a code word to use with your children, family, and friends to let them know you need the police.
Bilingual advocates are also available. Participating in activities at Kidspace reduces isolation and builds self-esteem for the parent. In the case of other language needs, Womenspace accesses interpretation services. Womenspace can assist you in making decisions that are right for you. The center is closed on national holidays. Which doors, windows, elevator, or stairs would be best?
Please or call In your request for the order you can ask that the police go with you to get belongings from your home. If not please see our contact details on the right hand side.
For those who need childcare services during group, please arrive early as space is limited. Scheduled appointments can be made by calling the Crisis and Support Line at We offer support services to families to prevent abuse and neglect and change the long-term effects of abuse. Recovering from the trauma of an abusive relationship takes time. You deserve to be free from fear and abuse.
Access to food and other basic needs is available.
Practice how to get out of your home safely. This curriculum teaches students about healthy relationships, choices and communication.
You might like to view our Frequently Asked Questions first as your query might be answered there. Womenspace strives to create healthy, nurturing environments which allows children to junctoon and builds strong family connections. Advocates offer information, resources, and support in the areas below. Trained staff and volunteers are available to answer questions and assist victims, survivors and family members.
Safehouse - Emergency Shelter Our confidential, emergency shelter offers a healing environment for families and individuals leaving a dangerous situation. You can be a Changemaker through challenging conversations that are based on incorrect information or false assumptions. Parenting in Crisis Class This is a series of seven classes centered on mom-child activities in a learning group setting. Womenspace partners with other community agencies to provide classes on household budgeting and how to find a job or enroll in school.
Get Help Now hour crisis and support line: - - Chat online Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Pearl St 2nd Floor Eugene OR Womenspace believes that each person has the right to lead a life free from violence and fear of abuse. Trainings are tailored to meet the needs chqt agencies, businesses, churches, schools, and healthcare providers. BE INFORMED There are many misunderstandings and mistaken beliefs about the issues surrounding domestic violence and intimate partner violence that continue to perpetuate the oppression of victims.
At the Crisis and Support Center, childcare and respite services are available while a parent attends a support group, class or has a meeting with an advocate.