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Community Education & Trainings

Since our formation in 1973, community educational presentations have been a core service of Call to Safety. By educating the larger community about the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence, as well as the oppressions that make these issues even more complex, we can work together towards a world without violence.

We offer a variety of workshops and presentations on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence.  If your group or organization is looking for more information about the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence, give us a call and we can work together to meet your request. As well as offering workshops and presentations, we also operate Basic Advocacy Trainings throughout the year to provide our volunteers and staff with the most up-to-date knowledge before they provide direct services to survivors. Call to Safety is also available to table at events on request throughout the Tri-County area.

To view titles, descriptions and fee schedule please see our Community Education Payment Scale.

To inquire about trainings please contact Brianna, our Director of Services: 503.419.4353 or

Our Core Trainings

  • Introduction to Domestic Violence
  • Introduction to Sexual Violence
  • The Culture of Gendered Violence (formerly Rape Culture)
  • Basic Advocacy Skills
  • Specialized, Intermediate Advocacy Training
  • The Intersections of Homelessness and Violence
  • Introduction to the Sex Industry
  • Where to Go When There’s Nowhere to Go: Navigating a Community’s Limited Resources
  • Sexual Violence Between Intimate Partners