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Welcome to Community Works

Community Works supports and empowers anyone impacted by domestic and sexual violence.  We provide crisis support, safe housing, and we’re in the community to help whenever we are needed.  Community Works operates our programs, services, and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws. All genders are welcome. All services are free and confidential.

To reach us, call the HelpLine at 541-779-4357. We’re available 24/7, in multiple languages, including American Sign Language.

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Remember, you are not alone; Community Works is here to help you.

Community Works is here to bring HOPE, SUPPORT, and EMPOWERMENT to those impacted by violence.


Community Works is powered through the generosity of individuals in Southern Oregon. We could not work for the community without your support. All services at Community works are free and confidential.  



Volunteers help Community Works in many capacities, including working with our HelpLine. We appreciate your interest and look forward to speaking with you. Click here>> to download our Volunteer Training Flyer.

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You are not alone; Community Works is here for you.

Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior where one person in an intimate relationship chooses to use coercion, controlling, and abusive behaviors to get and keep control of the other person. This can include emotional, physical and sexual abuse.

Sexual assault and abuse is any sexual activity you do not agree to.

Sex trafficking is defined as exploiting a person through fraud, force, or coercion to participate in sex acts for money.

Our services are free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
541.779.HELP (4357) | Toll Free: 1.855.216.2111

Community Works is in compliance with Title VI Civil Rights Act.

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