Advocacy

The Center for Counseling and Victims' Services (CCVS) is able to provide advocacy, information, referrals, safety planning, basic case management, and support to crime victims.

Our Victims' Advocates connect with Community Corrections, local law enforcement, the District Attorney's Office, the Oregon State Parole Board, and local community partners to ensure that victims receive the most up-to-date information on offenders, their rights, and services available to them.

Please call our Victims' Advocates, Amy Smith 503-846-3026 or Kim Noall 503-846-3039 for questions about:

  • An Offender
  • Victims' Rights
  • Restitution or Compensation
  • Basic Needs and Transitional Services
  • Safety Planning (Feel free to print and use this Safety Planning Checklist form)
  • Protective Orders
  • Other Victims' Issues or Services...

For additional Crime Victims' information, please visit our Resources and Links section.