The Siletz CARE Program provides advocacy, support services, and assistance to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence is a continuous pattern of abusive behaviors, which are used with the intent to gain power and control over another individual within a relationship. It can come in many forms including:
- Physical violence
- Verbal/emotional abuse
- Elder abuse
- Dating Violence
- Sexual assault
- Economic abuse
- Financial Abuse
CARE Program Primary Areas of Focus
- Client Safety: We do as much as we can to provide a safe atmosphere, which will help prevent our clients from experiencing further harm.
- Confidentiality: We will not share any information that is disclosed to us. We will not reveal client names or personal information with anyone outside of the CARE Program without written consent and permission from the survivor, with the exception of mandatory reporting of child abuse.
- Empowerment: We strive to empower survivors by:
- Believing them.
- Allowing each survivor to disclose as much or as little information as they choose.
- Encouraging self-determination by supporting survivors in making their own decisions on what is best for each of their unique situations and needs. We seek to do this without passing judgment on their actions or choices.
Business Hours & Contact Information
Business Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Business Phone: 541-444-9680
24/7 Crisis Line: 541-994-5959 or 800-841-8325
Interim CARE Program Manager
You don't have to be in acute trauma to contact us-
call and inquire about trauma support services.
Siletz Community Health Clinic Yurt
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
If you need more information or directions to any of the support groups, please call 541-444-9680.