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Our Mission:


The Harbor provides advocacy, prevention and support to promote self-determination and hope for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.


We depend on support from the community to continue to provide these services.

Donate to our Winter Ask Campaign!

What’s Going on at The Harbor


Check here for updates on our upcoming events, latest job postings, volunteer opportunities and news about our programs.


Winter Ask Campaign

The Harbor depends on your generous donations to continue to provide services to survivors.

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Upcoming Events!

See us at the Gifts that Make a Difference Holiday Fair hosted by United Way. Dec. 8th 12-4pm, at the McTavish Room.


We’re Hiring!

We are currently looking for a passionate and dedicated person to be our new Executive Director!


Our Programs

At The Harbor, we’re committed to meeting survivors where their at. We believe that there is not one right way to deal with trauma and are here to provide information so that you can make your own informed decisions about what you need and want for yourself. We will be here for you every time, without judgement, no matter what.


Support Groups

The Harbor provides free and confidential support groups throughout the year.  We offer groups for adult survivors of domestic violence, survivors who experienced sexual assault and anyone healing from trauma. Support groups are open to people of all genders. Click here for details on our current groups.

Safety with Technology

There are many important factors to consider when you are dealing with the dynamics of power and control. See this article for information on the potential of being monitored through technology and some ways to increase the safety of your usage.


We believe that we can best serve our clients by building strong community partnerships so that each of the agencies in our community can focus on what they do best and together we work as a team to provide wrap-around services to meet client needs. Click here to see a list of just a few of our partners and resources.

Emergency Shelter

Our confidential emergency shelter is currently undergoing some repairs, and is planned to reopen in January of 2019. We work with our community partners to place survivors in emergency housing based on need and availability.

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Our Impact

Our programs are about more than just a place to sleep, or a shoulder to lean on. It’s about carefully planning with survivors so that they can safely and successfully leave an abusive relationship. It’s about providing holistic support and community that respects the identities, cultures, and goals of each survivor so that they leave shelter with new power and control over their lives. It’s about supporting survivors to be in their element, rebuilding self-love, self-worth, and self-trust.



Individuals Served in 2017

With services like our 24/7 crisis line, in-person advocacy through our drop-in center, legal and criminal justice support, emergency services to meet basic needs like food, shelter and clothing, and support groups to heal among peers.



Years Serving Clatstop County

What began in 1976 as a group of women and phone line has evolved into a thriving non-profit at the forefront of providing culturally  responsive services.   We provide services to residents of Clatsop County, and surrounding areas,  over the age of 15, and provide referral to those under 15.  Roughly 5% of Clatsop County residents utilize our services each year.



Calls Responded to

From local law enforcement and health care providers to offer in-person crisis intervention and support for survivors with urgent needs, such as emergency housing when fleeing a domestic violence situation, or accompaniment to the hospital for a forensic examination with a survivor of sexual assault.

April 2017

The advocates at the shelter helped me through some of the hardest things I’ve ever had to go though. They were respectful, gentle and compassionate with me and made me feel like I wasn’t alone.