CWS Mission: To foster self-empowerment of women and children so they can establish lives free of domestic and sexual violence.

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      Partner With Us This Holiday Season

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      Partnership. This is what has made our work so effective in recent years, and it is the key to continuing that work in the future. With the opening of A Safe Place Family Justice Center one year ago, Clackamas Women’s Services and its partners are now able to offer a complete …

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      STATEMENT: On the Sentencing of Joshua Cavett

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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, November 25, 2014
      CONTACT: Chris Wilhite, (503) 557-5820, chrisw@cwsor.org

      Statement of Melissa Erlbaum, Executive Director at Clackamas Women’s Services, on the Sentencing of Joshua Cavett

      “We hope that the sentencing of Joshua Cavett helps begin the healing process for the family and friends of Jessie Doyle. We know that Jessie’s life can never be replaced. Our hearts and prayers go out to the family, friends and community of Jessie Doyle.

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      Holiday Healing with CWS

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      In the short, overcast days leading up to Thanksgiving, many of us direct our thoughts towards the warmth of home and family. We consider the time-honored recipes that will find a place at our table, the friends and relatives we will spend time with, and the giving season just around …

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      Estacada Outreach Office Open House

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      On Tuesday, October 14th, several groups throughout Clackamas County co-hosted an Open House at the Estacada Outreach Office. The Estacada Outreach Office is a partnership between various agencies that provide services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, including Clackamas Women’s Services, Clackamas County Children, Youth, and Families Division, Clackamas …

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