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Services We Provide

All CARDV services are free and confidential. If you have questions about any of our services call our 24-hour hotline 541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197.

24-Hour Hotline

541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197

Staffed 24 hours-a-day, CARDV's hotline is available to provide support, information, safety planning and other resources to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, as well as their supporters.

  • Help for victims/survivors/support persons
  • Crisis intervention
  • Legal/court advocacy, information about restraining orders and other legal options
  • Information and referral for other community services
  • One-on-one peer support
  • Access to emergency shelter

Restraining Order Assistance

541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197

CARDV Advocates are at the court houses in Linn and Benton Counties every day to help with restraining, stalking and sexual assault protective orders. Please note: we are not attorneys and cannot give legal advice. Legal advocates can provide support and information about the court process.

  • Assistance with restraining and stalking order paperwork
  • Accompaniment to court hearings
  • 24 hour support on CARDV's hotline

24-Hour Emergency Shelter

541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197


  • A confidential safe place for survivors of domestic violence
  • Transportation to shelter available
  • Food and necessities provided
  • Advocacy, assistance with medical, legal, and social service agencies
  • Case management
  • Referrals to community agencies for parenting support
  • One-on-one peer support

Crisis Response

Emergency: call 9-1-1

541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197

  • 24-hour emergency response and in-person advocacy at Samaritan Corvallis, Albany and Lebanon hospitals.
  • 24-hour on-scene response to law enforcement calls
  • Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors

Educating to End Violence

541-758-0219 or email CARDV


Presentations and trainings available for:

  • Community groups
  • Parent groups
  • Educators
  • Students
  • Professional developement

Support Groups

541-754-0110 or 800-927-0197

Support groups for survivors of doemstic violence and sexual assault. Call for current information about ongoing groups.