Sexual Assault Resources

Our Surviving Sexual Assault packet has a lot of information, and is a good place to start. 

Safety Plan can be useful whether you are in an abusive relationship, in the process of leaving one and after you've left.

Helpful links:

      • Rape Abuse and Incest National Newtork RAINN has an online hotline where sexual assault survivors can chat live with advocates over the instant messaging service.

      • Male survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse can find support and information at

      • KIDS Center is a regional child abuse evaluation and treatment center located in Bend.

      • Temporary restraining orders can be helpful in some situations. Advocates in each office can help with the applications and you can also fill them out and file them yourself.

Sex Offender Info:

To obtain a complete list of registered sex offenders in your area or to inquire about a specific person, please call the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Unit at 503-378-3720.

A person is authorized to use this information only to protect him/herself or a child who may be at risk. The release of this information to the public is meant to assure public protection, not to punish the offender. It is illegal to use information obtained through this website to commit a crime against a registered sex offender or to engage in discrimination or harassment against a registered sex offender.

You can also find some information on the Oregon State Police Sex Offender Unit Registry webpage

Sex Offender Registration
255 Capitol Street, NE, 4th Floor
Salem, OR  97310

Some counties list predatory sex offenders on their websites.

 Some reading suggestions include:

A Very Touching Book by Jan Hindman

Male Rape: Breaking the Silence on the Last Taboo by Richie J. McMullen

Sexual Assault: Will I Ever Feel Okay Again? by Kay Scott

There is No Sex Fairy: To Protect Our Children From Becoming Sexual Abusers by Jan Hindman

In Their Own Words: A Sexual Abuse Workbook for Teenage Girls by Lulie Munson