Domestic Abuse PREVENTION Program in Beaverton


What is Childhood Domestic Violence?

CDV is the terminology used to describe the disease that results from experiencing violence during childhood. This includes domestic violence experienced or observed. There is evidence to support that violence during childhold negatively wires a developing brain. CDV is a massive issue in our society that has been under the radar for too long.

The Ongoing Cycle of Trauma

The negative wiring of the brain and the experiences of domestic violence in childhood are likely to harm the individual later in adulthood.

“Growing up in a violent home is the single best predictor of being a victim or perpetrator later in life” -UNICEFF


Although there are many resources available for those who find themselves in DV situations, there are not enough programs that focus on awareness and PREVENTION. Voices Set Free is a campaign that is focused on education and prevention. There are tools available for unlearning lies and creating a happier life. Our program offers free workshops that educate the community about CDV and provide tools for healing and thriving.

Our program is open to adults who have experienced childhood domestic violence, as well as those in the community who want to prevent this disease.

Domestic Abuse PREVENTION Program Workshops.

Are you someone who has experienced childhood domestic violence or find yourself interested in learning more about this topic? do you feel that you have been effected by trauma caused by CDV? or know someone who suffers? Perhaps you work with those who have been effected, or simply feel compelled to help us prevent this issue from recurring. If so, we welcome you to enroll for one of our upcoming free workshops! Our workshops offer a safe space to people of all identities to listen, voice, and/or join us in the fight against CDV.

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What the data shows us

Those who suffer from or have experienced childhood domestic violence are:

6* more likely to commit suicide.
50% more likely to engage in drug or substance abuse.
74%more likely to commit violent crimes.
1 out of 3 women and 1 out of 7 children have suffered abuse.

Although the data is incredibly disheartening, you or someone that you may know can unlearn the lies that come with CDV.


Below are some of the resources available to those experiencing domestic violence:

National Domestic Violence Hotline.

1-800-787-3324 (TTY)

Family Justice Center of Washington County.

735 SW 158th Avenue Ste.100 Beaverton, OR 97006

Domestic Violence Resource Center.

24-Hr Crisis Line: 503-469-8620 / 1-866-469-8600
Community Resources –
735 SW 158th Avenue
Beaverton, OR 97996

Oregon State Department of Human Services Administration Offices.

Foster Care Ombudsman
Report Child Abuse/ Neglect:
File a complaint:
500 Summer Street NE E-17
Salem, OR 97301

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Services.
Crisis Line:
(503) 654-2288
Main Phone:
(503) 655-8600 
Toll-Free Line:
(888) 654-2288 
(503) 557-5808
Confidential Location

Child Welfare Services.
Fax: (503) 643-4892
Main Phone: (503) 646-7234
Child Abuse Hotline: (503) 681-6917
Toll-Free: (888) 455-9090

No person deserves to suffer from the consequences that come from CDV. As a community, we have an obligation to help those who are suffering as well as prevent this recurring cycle of trauma from repeating.



735 SW 158th Ave Suite 180 Beaverton, OR 97006