Henderson House advocates provide domestic violence, sexual assault, and human sex trafficking response and advocacy, crisis intervention, emergency 30-day shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, coordinated wrap around service referrals, support groups, bilingual Spanish services, and youth outreach.
Advocates assist clients in filling out protective orders, based on client’s circumstances. Advocates will provide clients with detailed information regarding the differences between each protective order and allow client to choose the order that best fits their situation.
“One Circle” groups will be started at the McMinnville, Newberg, and Yamhill Carlton High Schools, beginning the 2023-34 school year. These groups strive to encourage student participants to hold on to their voices and stay true to themselves.It enhances judgment and critical thinking skills for wise and healthy choices and counters trends towards self-doubt while improving self-esteem.
Deaf and hard of hearing clients can access Henderson House services with confidential sign language interpretation support, through our partnership with Activating Change. This program requires 48-hour notice in order to coordinate interpretation services and is not available for crisis and emergent needs.