Dunn House Shelter

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Dunn House Shelter

Dunn House Shelter provides a safe refuge and support services for women and children to help them escape from domestic or sexual abuse, stalking, trafficking and date violence.  Adults with or without children who are in fear from their intimate partner or family member may need to stay in a safe place while figuring out a longer term plan for safety, or have time to rest and learn about options. Dunn House Shelter is a large home where several families reside. Food, clothing, and personal care items are provided and the services are free and confidential. Children at Dunn House Shelter have a safe place to play, to spend time with their mothers and to be involved in age appropriate activities. Advocates work with families to provide information, referrals to community services, and needed support.

To contact Dunn House, call:
(541)779-4357 (HELP)
1-855-216-2111 (toll free)

Services Include:

24 Hour HelpLine – A person in crisis can talk to a peer counselor and advocate any time of the day or night. HelpLine workers are able to speak to callers of many languages other than English.

24 Hour Emergency Shelter – For women, men, and children. Food, clothing, support, education about domestic violence, safety planning, resource referrals and emergency transportation are available.

Resource information and referrals including information about shelters located elsewhere.

Children’s Program – Parenting groups and children’s activities.

Support Groups – For women at any stage of the healing process.  Please call the following numbers for information (English speaking groups call (541) 779-4357;  Spanish speaking groups call (541) 779-2393 x 209.

Services are free and provided to women, men, and children of all races, sexual orientations, ethnic groups and religious beliefs.

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