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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Maya Edelstein, Development and Communications Coordinator Phone: (503) 557-5828; Email: mayae@cwsor.org Oregon City, Ore., October 14, 2016 — With election day fast approaching Clackamas Women’s Services (CWS) will host a Candidate Forum on Domestic and Sexual Violence in Oregon City for candidates to elected office on October 18, …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chris Wilhite, Director of Development and Communications Phone: 503-212-2897 ext. 102 Email:  chrisw@cwsor.org Portland, Ore., Sept. 13, 2016 — In advance of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, a collaborative of agencies that serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the Portland metro area have …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Maya Edelstein, Clackamas Women’s Services Phone: (503) 557-5828 Email: mayae@cwsor.org Oregon City, Ore., August 29, 2016 — Clackamas Women’s Services, which provides comprehensive support to survivors of domestic violence in Clackamas County, today announces the addition of Julie Dir-Muñoz to its Board of Directors. Dir-Muñoz has a …

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        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Maya Edelstein, Clackamas Women’s Services Phone: (503) 557-5828 Email: mayae@cwsor.org Portland, Ore., August 9, 2016—Clackamas Women’s Services (CWS) today announces that A Safe Place Family Justice Center — the collaborative, drop-in center where CWS is an onsite partner—has been granted a 2016 Achievement …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Maya Edelstein, Clackamas Women’s Services Phone: (503) 557-5828 Email: mayae@cwsor.org Portland, Ore., June 21, 2016 — Clackamas Women’s Services, Clackamas County’s support service for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, today announces the addition of Brian Maher to its Board of Directors. Maher, who has an extensive …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 12, 2016
CONTACT: Melissa Erlbaum, Phone:  (503) 557-5810

A man, posing as a door-to-door magazine salesman, is using Clackamas Women’s Services fraudulently to deceive local residents into giving him money, sometimes hundreds of dollars. CWS received a report from a resident of Clackamas County that a young Caucasian man had come to her door twice this week, selling magazines through a company called PS Circulation, LLC, saying that the proceeds benefit Clackamas Women’s Services.

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