Casa Esperanza Shelter
6200 SE King Rd.
503 974 9882
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Portland, OR 97222
Class of Housing/Services: refuge specifically for the Latina woman who suffers domestic violence, harassment or sexual assault.
Casa Esperanza Shelter (Hope Home), is a refuge specifically for the Latina woman who suffers domestic violence, harassment or sexual assault. It is located in Clackamas County and has a capacity for 6 or 7 families. It is a transitional place for 6 to 8 weeks. The woman and her children under 18 receive support for a new stage in their lives by helping them find the community resources that are available to them. With the search for work, education and relevant topics that will help them acquire security and confidence to make healthy decisions for themselves and their children.
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Be a volunteer. Call Casa Esperanza Shelter at 503 974 9882 for current volunteer work opportunities.
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